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garyo1954's avatar - garyo
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The last three games all contain 40 to 44 balls in the set. As you can see NJ and PA fall below the 80% floor, while surprisingly AZ remains above. Again the colors remain the same for all charts. If a color is missing in a chart, it means that pattern didn't make the top 25. The reason some patterns are not colored: Colors were used to ensure at least the top 5 in every chart was compared among all other charts. Additionally, any pattern that had more than 200 hits in any chart was colored......oh, don't forget to ask for a quick pick with a 0 (zero) in the front digit pattern.

 

NJ4/404856AZ5/414889PA5/445566
FRONT DIGIT PATTERNTOTALSFRONT DIGIT PATTERNTOTALSFRONT DIGIT PATTERNTOTALS
012233260112335401123372
011233200122335301233341
012333160012332101223322
001233010123326000123320
112231740112223711223191
122331590012222701133178
112331460011221411233165
011221391122318312233165
001121380022315500223160
002231360111214502233159
001221330001213400233157
001331320011313101122151
002331291123312200122138
001131270122212000112137
011331250113311900113135
011121120223311800133129
022331121223311611123113
111231091112311512333112
12223930222310712223108
01113890013310301112103
0122287011139802333103
0233386122239601222101
123338400023940111395
013337700233870133387
022237011222740001283
                            3720                            4083                            4125
                       76.61%                       83.51%                       74.11%
    garyo1954's avatar - garyo
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    Looking for lottery numbers is a lot like buying soap. You can get so involved in the comparison process, you forget what you're looking for. With soap, it's the ads, slogans, price per pack, price per bar, price per ounce; somebody out there has already determined the price per bubble depending on water temperature. 

    Same with numbers. Hot, cold, hi/lo, even/odd, due/overdue, repeats, followers, leaders and wallflowers. We know making simple things complicated is easy. I'm a pro at it.

    All those little charts are nice and tell a part of the story. We can see that this pattern comes out more than that pattern and that's all well and good. I have no doubt that the top patterns wil continue to produce as they have. 

    A front five digit pattern is pretty much set in stone. But as the chart below shows even the 5 digit patterns that produce the most hits tend to stay out a long time. This is based on Texas data. Would it be better to use 3 or 4 digit patterns and add an addtional digit or two on our own? Maybe. 

    Chart below shows the set, longest the set has stayed out, how long it is currently out, and the number of hits. *83 is the lowest total for longest out. That doesn't mean it stays out that long consistently, just that it has been out that long.

    N1N2N3N4N5LONGESTCURRENTHITS
    011231080208
    012231335207
    01233837164
    001239016156
    0112212934112
    0011214724112
    0012210412108
    002231191596
    11223180494
    022331159687
    12233193379
    112332829379
    00113238177
    011331667272
    01222189872
    0013319312172
    002331611163
    01112200963
    000122484060
      garyo1954's avatar - garyo
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      So what about three or four digits? Would using those improve the possibility of a hit? A couple of points are interesting here. Using a five digit set, there is only one possible position each can fall in. Using a smaller pattern we now have more positions availabe for a hit. If we use 2 digits, they can fall in first and second,  2 & 3, 3 & 4, or 4 & 5.

      Three digits can fall in 1, 2, 3, or 2, 3, 4, or 3, 4, 5. Four digits either 1, 2, 3, 4 or 2, 3, 4, 5.

      Sounds a bit cracked until you consider 1) in a 5/39 you aren't going to have more than 4 different digits in the front set of any draw and 2) the most common front digit pattern contains 3 different digits. The chart in the last post shows the top 4 patterns contain all 4 digits, but the 15 that follows contain only 3. By focusing on 3 or four digits, we allow ourselves room to add a digit or two of out choice. 

      But which is better? Focusing on 3 or four?

      The following chart is a comparison of the two. In each case, you can see that focusing on smaller sets increase the possibility of a hit, while lowering the longest out odds. I'm hoping this will prove true in the back digits as well. I'll post those results later today. 

      N1N2N3LongestCurrentHitsN1N2N3N4LongestCurrentHits
      1121508090112320432
      1221938111123370346
      0112207530122405387
      0122257670123527320
      00123169000125412324
      1232307011233597278
      2232827232233633212
      2333835871222648169
      1114592791223643380
      0224822920011681244
      00252112561122694281
      22255229502237115183
      333754215300228815146
      1137612310113941149
      13378102130111969145
      013806514800139965113
      0001061423311121009171
      0231211113222231182141
      0033101103523331254288
      03351911036113312710104
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        Gary

        Here is a old dos program that allowed one to add digits for both 1st and 2nd positions for each number

        dtrap

        I might convert it to 64-bit, let me know if interested.  Really busy right now so it could be awhile

        RL

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          Good Morning RL!

          Any help appreciated ALWAYS! We're all in the same boat.

          Some days my end seems to be sinking. That's when the fun really starts though. No complaints. I've been meaning to rewrite the tracking program so you and Steve made that happen. Along the way I got a new idea or two. Just have to go back to the notes and see where they lead.

          Back digits are not coming out the way I hoped.

          Front digits are more predictable, stable, and we know there are only 56 patterns in a 5/39.

          An experiment tracking 3s and 4s may be the way to go as far as homing in on back digit combinations. Tomorrow, the plan is to update all the files, recalculate, and post predictions for various states starting this week.

          My real concern is those pesky back digits which jump around like fleas on an angry dog. Tracking 5 back digits shows, at most, 3 hits over the history of the game. Tracking 4 produces 6. Three digits will produce good hit totals, but the longest out range remains in the 100s. Tracking 2 back digits seems the way to go. Those were calculated in the summary chart. Mostly informational, not reflecting a working hypothesis but it would make sense to do since the object is to use three front digits and two back digits to make sets.

          My thinking is since there are only 4 possible digits, five places to fill, and most permutations contain only 3 digits, it makes sense. It might make too much sense in this case. We will post an experiment and see.

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            Previously I asked the following:

            So the question you must ask yourself is it easier to correctly choose 5 or less ending digits than it is choosing the balls themselves?

            Jimmy

            Prediciting the back or ending digits was always going to be the hardest problem to solve not the front digits.  The digits system shows alot of promise, but fundamentally I don't think it is any easier predicting 5 or less ending digits than it is predicting the ball themselves.

            Using Powerball as an example in a 5/59 game lets say I always predict exactly 4 unique ending digits for the next draw.  I believe this happens roughly 40% of the time.  I have reduced the game to a 5/23 or 5/24 game by my choice of playing exactly 4 unique ending digits.  Lets assume 5/24.  The odds of matching 5/24 are 1 in 42504.  Well thats alot better than 1 in 5 million for matching 5/59 but to get those odds I still had to exactly match the 4 ending digits.  If I was playing in a lottery pool then I might consider the digit system where you could cover more of the ending digit combos but as an individual player in the big jackpot games I just don't see an advantage.  There would have to be alot more filters in play other than the ending digits themselves to make it usable. 

            But don't let me discourage any research I would love for someone to prove me wrong!

            Jimmy

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              Jim

              The digits and numbers have the same exact odds and from this way of thinking there would be no

              advantage for using digits over numbers.  I don't play the big games because of the odds and the digit

              system is just another way to filter out numbers that is based on the frequency of digit hits.  All lottery

              systems, programs or any other method is nothing more then a filter or series of filters.  They accept or

              reject based on some information that when broken down to it's core is a simple filter.   I always like to

              start with something that has some predictable element.  In a 5-3x matrix the base digits 1-2-3 all hit

              togeather around 70% of the time.  This is no big supprise because around 70% of possible sets in the

              matrix also have the digits 1-2-3.  This is something that must be if the game is fair and some would say

              "big woop", that also means I have to choose from these same 70% which is way too many to play. What

              the digit system tries to do is build a smart set.  I say that if you are going to play then build a set that

              has the best chance of hitting, not necessarly in the next draw but overall.   Thousands to tickets are sold

              each day with numbers like 01-02-03-04-05 or 02-04-06-08-10 and they have the same exact odds of hitting

              in the next draw as any other set but these type sets don't cover enough ground so to speak.  Digit counts,

              base digit counts,  high / low counts all produce smarter sets if used correctly.  Lets say that you have a closed

              container with 7 red marbles and 3 blue marbles.  If you select one marble at random even though all the 

              marbles have the same exact odds of being selected you can expect that around 7 out of 10 will be red.  I

              would bet on red every time and just take the 30% misses as an expected loss.  Find the red marbles in

              a game and play them.  There are many critics that like to take the safe route and just proclaim that nothing

              can be done to improve ones play, BUNK.  What most people don't think about is the level that a system must

              be able to perform at to reach the winners platform.   My digit system at least for me is not based on how much 

              I win but how close I came and it's repeatability.  I very very often come within one click of a mouse from winning

              a JP but if you judged the system on jp wins then what would be the verdict.  The other jimmy want's to backtest

              the sets without regard for the inputs selected, My backtest, test how many of the inputs I selected correctly 

              without regard to how much I won or any other information.  If I make the correct selections then I win, I am

              always looking for more predictable values to use with or to replace the existing. 

               

              RL

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                Jim,

                Although I agree you have a valid question, I suppose the ultimate answer lies with the individual. From my perspective I've tried to relate the idea of digital systems from a basic statistical approach.

                I don't agree that the first and last digits are the hardest to predict. In theory, the first, second, fourth, and fifth back digits are MORE predictable than the third. After charting the first and second, first and fifth and last two back digits in 11(?) games, there is no surprise that digits 1 and 2 appear as the top back digits in the first position. And no surprise that the higher digits (7,8,9) appear most often as the last digit in any permutation. 

                I haven't spent a great deal of time on RL's Lexi approach at the moment, but from what I have seen and read, by narrowing the fields from the bookends, we should be capable of locating each positional value, within a certain range. In the way I'm looking at the Lexi, there may be a lot going on that hasn't been discovered.

                I'll leave the proving, dispproving, daring, and the I win/You lose scenarios for those more inclined. The major challenge is finding the data and determining what, why, how, and if, it can be applied. And of those, often the biggest challenge is making the visible apparent in a simple manner.

                Anyone who posts on any forum should accept the impossibility of 100% agreement on any topic. So it would go against my loose-cannon-non-conformity to expect anyone to conform to my methods, manners, or madness. The only exceptions to this rule are 1) people with IDs 2 points below a rock, 2) people with IQs equal to crash dummies, and 3) those drinking MAGIC JU-JU.

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                  Jim,

                  Although I agree you have a valid question, I suppose the ultimate answer lies with the individual. From my perspective I've tried to relate the idea of digital systems from a basic statistical approach.

                  I don't agree that the first and last digits are the hardest to predict. In theory, the first, second, fourth, and fifth back digits are MORE predictable than the third. After charting the first and second, first and fifth and last two back digits in 11(?) games, there is no surprise that digits 1 and 2 appear as the top back digits in the first position. And no surprise that the higher digits (7,8,9) appear most often as the last digit in any permutation. 

                  I haven't spent a great deal of time on RL's Lexi approach at the moment, but from what I have seen and read, by narrowing the fields from the bookends, we should be capable of locating each positional value, within a certain range. In the way I'm looking at the Lexi, there may be a lot going on that hasn't been discovered.

                  I'll leave the proving, dispproving, daring, and the I win/You lose scenarios for those more inclined. The major challenge is finding the data and determining what, why, how, and if, it can be applied. And of those, often the biggest challenge is making the visible apparent in a simple manner.

                  Anyone who posts on any forum should accept the impossibility of 100% agreement on any topic. So it would go against my loose-cannon-non-conformity to expect anyone to conform to my methods, manners, or madness. The only exceptions to this rule are 1) people with IDs 2 points below a rock, 2) people with IQs equal to crash dummies, and 3) those drinking MAGIC JU-JU.

                  Like I said I'm not here to discourage anyone.  I choose to look for patterns versus numbers or digits.  Patterns are much more interesting to me and when I say patterns I do mean patterns not numbers.  I play the numbers that fall under the patterns not the other way around.  That is the area I have chosen to research.  Could be I have taken the wrong path.  As far as drinking MAGIC JU-JU if that is whiskey then I fall into that category.

                  Good luck with your research.

                  Jimmy

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                    Like I said I'm not here to discourage anyone.  I choose to look for patterns versus numbers or digits.  Patterns are much more interesting to me and when I say patterns I do mean patterns not numbers.  I play the numbers that fall under the patterns not the other way around.  That is the area I have chosen to research.  Could be I have taken the wrong path.  As far as drinking MAGIC JU-JU if that is whiskey then I fall into that category.

                    Good luck with your research.

                    Jimmy

                    Jim,

                    I don't know about wrong paths, I see different routes to explore. Hopefully, they all lead to the same destination. But for all I know, I'm on the wrong path. And like Thomas Edison, for the one way I've learned to do a thing, I've learned 1000 ways not to do it.

                    Yes, it is hard to compare and contrast two systems when I know nothing about one of them. And I acknowledge I know nothing about your system, so I'm at a loss.

                    Patterns are particularly appealing. I likely overlook them not knowing what I am seeing.

                    But in my view, anyone who takes the time to look for, discover, and build relationships with numbers is far ahead of the norm. A goal and a plan to achieve it is always more effective than haphazardly waiting for fate to lend a hand. And yet, fate steps in at the oddest times leaving us to wonder what is the purpose of the plan if is not working?

                    Maybe it's nothing more than fate's means of providing the necessary hope we all need to push forward through disaster. Maybe we all deserve T-shirts that say "I survived the lottery to play another day?"

                    Whiskey doesn't qualify as MAGIC JU-JU.

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                      Twice I've mentioned the low digits tend to hang out as back digits in the first and second position. Apparently I promised to post the charts at some point and miserably failed. For that I apologize.

                      A short explanation: What you see in the chart as 12, or 13, or 14, etc isthe back digits in the first two numbers of a set. 12 could be 01, 02 or 01, 12, or 11, 12, or any combination showing 1 and 2 as the back digits in the first two numbers of the set. 

                      Remember, the front digits in any 5/39 can only be a 0,1,2, or 3. Highlighted in yellow are the combinations that do not contain at least one digit that can be played as a front and back digit.

                      Hopefully this helps clarify why it is not necessary to look for more than 5 or 6 digits to make the entire set.

                       

                      AZ5414889PA5445566NJ5404856TX5372743FL5365514IL5395662
                      BACK DIGITTOTALSBACK DIGITTOTALSBACK DIGITTOTALSBACK DIGITTOTALSBACK DIGITTOTALSBACK DIGITTOTALS
                      12144121631214024731220312197
                      13138131421311812701318013165
                      14127141402311413642316323146
                      35126231353411334642415814143
                      23118241301410423633414224142
                      24116341252510125591413625136
                      3410425123249826584513434132
                      4510245117679836581512716122
                      1510115106159414573612135121
                      259635100359345571711846115
                      CA5396503GA5395476NC5391648VAD5444001VAN5445187
                      BACK DIGITTOTALSBACK DIGITTOTALSBACK DIGITTOTALSBACK DIGITTOTALSBACK DIGITTOTALS
                      121881215412541211512145
                      231682315115481311513144
                      131651312234452411534125
                      341523411813393510823124
                      14144151162338259725119
                      24137161163637348936116
                      35136141141734158845115
                      45135241114534458714114
                      25130351091432238615111
                      15114251078932368524107
                      56107451072431148446106
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                        Twice I've mentioned the low digits tend to hang out as back digits in the first and second position. Apparently I promised to post the charts at some point and miserably failed. For that I apologize.

                        A short explanation: What you see in the chart as 12, or 13, or 14, etc isthe back digits in the first two numbers of a set. 12 could be 01, 02 or 01, 12, or 11, 12, or any combination showing 1 and 2 as the back digits in the first two numbers of the set. 

                        Remember, the front digits in any 5/39 can only be a 0,1,2, or 3. Highlighted in yellow are the combinations that do not contain at least one digit that can be played as a front and back digit.

                        Hopefully this helps clarify why it is not necessary to look for more than 5 or 6 digits to make the entire set.

                         

                        AZ5414889PA5445566NJ5404856TX5372743FL5365514IL5395662
                        BACK DIGITTOTALSBACK DIGITTOTALSBACK DIGITTOTALSBACK DIGITTOTALSBACK DIGITTOTALSBACK DIGITTOTALS
                        12144121631214024731220312197
                        13138131421311812701318013165
                        14127141402311413642316323146
                        35126231353411334642415814143
                        23118241301410423633414224142
                        24116341252510125591413625136
                        3410425123249826584513434132
                        4510245117679836581512716122
                        1510115106159414573612135121
                        259635100359345571711846115
                        CA5396503GA5395476NC5391648VAD5444001VAN5445187
                        BACK DIGITTOTALSBACK DIGITTOTALSBACK DIGITTOTALSBACK DIGITTOTALSBACK DIGITTOTALS
                        121881215412541211512145
                        231682315115481311513144
                        131651312234452411534125
                        341523411813393510823124
                        14144151162338259725119
                        24137161163637348936116
                        35136141141734158845115
                        45135241114534458714114
                        25130351091432238615111
                        15114251078932368524107
                        56107451072431148446106

                        Gary,

                        Below is a random sample of draws in 5/42 matrix. 49 draws only, but I do not expect to see much of a difference when looking at all the draws. Out of 49 draws in 42 so over 85% of draws one of base digits i.e. 1, 2, 3 was drawn irrespective of position as back digit. Position-wise out of those 42 draws, in 32 draws, so 76%,  it was in position 1 or 2 in a set. Then in 65% of draws they do show up as back digits in either pos.1 or 2 or both.

                         

                        SAT  05/07/11   08 12 25 32 37 
                        THU  05/05/11   03 10 16 19 42 
                        TUE  05/03/11   01 02 04 29 33 
                        SAT  04/30/11   02 09 15 37 40 
                        THU  04/28/11   04 06 10 17 37 
                        TUE  04/26/11   02 10 23 30 37 
                        SAT  04/23/11   07 17 18 23 32 
                        THU  04/21/11   11 12 21 25 27 
                        TUE  04/19/11   06 11 12 17 30 
                        SAT  04/16/11   02 09 11 35 36 
                        THU  04/14/11   07 08 10 12 29 
                        TUE  04/12/11   08 13 15 24 25 
                        SAT  04/09/11   01 06 34 40 42 
                        THU  04/07/11   16 26 27 33 40 
                        TUE  04/05/11   02 06 24 36 41 
                        SAT  04/02/11   02 10 27 34 35 
                        THU  03/31/11   02 09 11 25 36 
                        TUE  03/29/11   01 17 29 30 37 
                        SAT  03/26/11   01 02 09 26 29 
                        THU  03/24/11   21 27 32 38 39 
                        TUE  03/22/11   09 10 17 27 29 
                        SAT  03/19/11   10 22 23 26 42 
                        THU  03/17/11   06 17 19 23 36 
                        TUE  03/15/11   02 10 15 25 32 
                        THU  03/12/11   04 08 20 26 34 
                        TUE  03/10/11   03 17 22 28 31 
                        SAT  03/08/11   05 08 14 23 33 
                        THU  03/05/11   02 07 23 30 32 
                        TUE  03/03/11   09 16 22 32 39 
                        SAT  03/01/11   04 22 29 32 39 
                        THU  02/26/11   05 07 17 29 32 
                        TUE  02/24/11   11 14 27 30 38 
                        SAT  02/22/11   22 33 34 36 42 
                        THU  02/19/11   20 21 33 36 41 
                        TUE  02/17/11   18 30 34 39 41 
                        SAT  02/15/11   01 13 24 32 35 
                        THU  02/12/11   02 20 22 23 40 
                        TUE  02/10/11   17 19 29 34 38 
                        SAT  02/08/11   03 04 09 40 42 
                        THU  02/05/11   09 18 22 23 31 
                        TUE  02/03/11   10 21 22 25 27 
                        SAT  02/01/11   07 09 10 19 28 
                        THU  01/29/11   01 06 10 22 42 
                        TUE  01/27/11   15 18 25 28 37 
                        SAT  01/25/11   05 08 10 15 30 
                        THU  01/22/11   17 23 26 28 36 
                        TUE  01/20/11   01 06 28 31 34 
                        SAT  01/18/11   08 17 25 30 33 
                        THU  01/15/11   12 17 20 30 36 

                         

                        Adam

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                          Adam,

                          I agree with that. This is a portion of the final file for AZ5/41 that deals with every back digit pair from 00 to 99 through every position (first and 2nd, 1st and 3rd, 1st and 4th, 1st and 5th,....to 4th and 5th). This sorted data demonstrates the truth of your statement perfectly. Base Digits (0,1,2,3, and sometimes 4) do fall irrespective of position.

                          In most cases I err on the conservative side when posting charts but attempt to post a sufficient amount to demonstrate key points. 

                          Thank you for pointing that out!

                           

                          BACK DIGITTOTALS1&3TOTALS1&4TOTALS1&5TOTALS2&3TOTALS2&4TOTALS2&5TOTALS3&4TOTALS3&5TOTALS4&5TOTALS
                          1214418121101021515445105307055928996159445144
                          13138119212102141459095407065910195859434121
                          14127139211100251285793576745863495038825117
                          3512615901396241075692506495840291058715115
                          2311814861792341033488516454836790358723111
                          241161085168812966887526464837889848635105
                          341041285148613958087426315821287558413103
                          451021685248333956785626334822486648414102
                          151013384188035914884716353814585758412100
                          2596208221794589918472628581808544790499
                          1693298129792383038092620580578325780394
                          2692357922785581257887612577568295762494
                          5679277835764479797638607577238165730282
                          3678177619753277237461603576908114720582
                          3778287630751173587400592475797574727873
                          4678257526745472787449590472817404718973
                          5776267527741871017353594471917483710170
                          6876217228732170127254598471137324709069
                          1775237137706569897296599371687245696968
                          2770396820691967597004587470707293699466
                          1869196744692967026860583369367194676765
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                            Posted: May 8, 2011, 2:44 pm - IP Logged

                            Adam,

                            I agree with that. This is a portion of the final file for AZ5/41 that deals with every back digit pair from 00 to 99 through every position (first and 2nd, 1st and 3rd, 1st and 4th, 1st and 5th,....to 4th and 5th). This sorted data demonstrates the truth of your statement perfectly. Base Digits (0,1,2,3, and sometimes 4) do fall irrespective of position.

                            In most cases I err on the conservative side when posting charts but attempt to post a sufficient amount to demonstrate key points. 

                            Thank you for pointing that out!

                             

                            BACK DIGITTOTALS1&3TOTALS1&4TOTALS1&5TOTALS2&3TOTALS2&4TOTALS2&5TOTALS3&4TOTALS3&5TOTALS4&5TOTALS
                            1214418121101021515445105307055928996159445144
                            13138119212102141459095407065910195859434121
                            14127139211100251285793576745863495038825117
                            3512615901396241075692506495840291058715115
                            2311814861792341033488516454836790358723111
                            241161085168812966887526464837889848635105
                            341041285148613958087426315821287558413103
                            451021685248333956785626334822486648414102
                            151013384188035914884716353814585758412100
                            2596208221794589918472628581808544790499
                            1693298129792383038092620580578325780394
                            2692357922785581257887612577568295762494
                            5679277835764479797638607577238165730282
                            3678177619753277237461603576908114720582
                            3778287630751173587400592475797574727873
                            4678257526745472787449590472817404718973
                            5776267527741871017353594471917483710170
                            6876217228732170127254598471137324709069
                            1775237137706569897296599371687245696968
                            2770396820691967597004587470707293699466
                            1869196744692967026860583369367194676765
                            5869376723684267466784584269926954669165
                            7869406736682866476731574366146633597963

                            Gary,

                            I think that looking at the total of base digits in the game can tell the story abt. what we can expect. For example looking at 1170 games in 5/42 game

                            I can see that :

                            1 base digit occurred - once only

                            2 base digits occurred- 23 times

                            3 base digits occurred- 84 times

                            4 base digits occurred- 235 times

                            5 base digits occured- 359 times

                            6 base digits occurred- 287 times

                            7 base digits occurred- 150 times

                            8 base digits occurred- 29 times

                            9 base digits occurred-  2 times

                             

                            Of course, the fact that 5 base digits occurred 359 times i.e. 30% of the time does not mean that their distribution was : 2-2-1 as it could have been for example

                            2-3-0. However they show up together 65% of the time in my game, which is negatively biased by digit 4 in the matrix. In 5/39 matrix they should come up, the

                            three of them together, ar. 70% of the time which only confirms what RL calls them as freebies.

                            I think that 2 biggest challanges are:

                            1. to be able to predict how many times they will hit, each of them base ones and

                            2. correctly guess none-base digits.

                            As to the second point, perhaps an analysis of occurrence of pairs of non- base digits might help determine which ones are most likely to hit together?

                              garyo1954's avatar - garyo
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                              Posted: May 9, 2011, 1:48 am - IP Logged

                              Adam,

                              I've uploaded a Excel summary file (all542Finalindex) which provides a baseline for any 5/42 game. If you haven't seen it, you might want to compare it to the results of the game you play. It's about 62K so it shouldn't take long to download.

                              Once you open it, you will see the chart for the pairs and trips in the back digits, front digit patterns, individual digit breakdowns, mixed digits, prime numbers, etc. 

                              I wrote it to help (me) get a better understanding of the setting for the 5/37 in Texas. It has been expanded for 39, 40, 41, 44, and now 42 ball games. There will a few items (front digit patterns with 4 in the second position) that cannot occur in your game. Ignore those, they should show 0 (zero) anyway.

                              There are no formulas in the worksheet, so it can sorted, sifted, rainbow colored, charted, cut, pasted, or whatever, without loss of data.

                              http://www.box.net/shared/v8x9y4jfiq