Tx United States Member #4570 May 4, 2004 5180 Posts Offline

Posted: July 12, 2011, 9:27 pm - IP Logged

Thanks Janet!

Yes, a person needs past pick 3 winning numbers then needs them converted into VTracs,

Then we need stats for those VTracs, then we can use some kind of a filter program or some other way of getting some kind of a prediction, then we need the VTracs back to regular pick 3 numbers, there are 125 straight VTracs and each of them makes 8 regular pick 3 numbers.

For example 123:

0, 5 X 1, 6 X 2, 7

That would give 8 numbers

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You have added 5 to each of the 123 digits to make 678.

You have then positioned them from Highest to Lowest Digits, how you get the 20 pick 3 numbers I don't know, but never mind that as I don't need to know.

Tx United States Member #4570 May 4, 2004 5180 Posts Offline

Posted: July 16, 2011, 8:42 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by Teamprofit on July 5, 2011

Lantern,

I have been tracking v-trac roots for a few months with the odd/even filter.

I'm not going to get in to it but there is a great hidden treasure to be found.....

Those that want to find it dont' have to look to hard, but just remember vtracs are only 5 numbers....Vtracs are mostly odd.....

That is all that I will give out in the forum.... Good Luck to everyone!!!

**Read between the lines***

TP

Thanks, you seem to be right, I just took a quick look at some stats which I won't post here and ALL the regular pick 3 filters should be implemented also for the VTracs as they are used for the regular pick 3, besides making the ones that I talk about here, because you are right and they might also be needed, I won't post those stats, but I will post a few VTracs from the Tx Midday draw.

But of course without all the needed stats people won't see much on just the VTracs themselves, looking at both Visual and Numerical stats can tell you what is really going on.

While Paurts' programs have some bugs and also are not quite right in some other ways, at this time they appear to be the only ones that have some of the needed stats, for stats they are the best that I can find, as to filtered wheelers, due to some bugs and omissions I would have to use wheelers made by somebody else, there is something called the Slasher it's like nothing else on the world, the only one right now that can really handle good enough regular pick 3, 4 and also VTrac filtration, but doesn't have the stats, for that only Paurths' programs can really be used so far, so a person would need both of them.

Of course, some people have their own ways and software and or by hand workouts.

I think that I will after all post a few stats, but this software is not quite right so the stats are not posted quite as they should be, that is not in the right order, but even so, there is nothing anywhere else like this other than from Paurths:

DATE N1 N2 N3 H-L H-L Box LastDigit O-E O-E Box Root Sum 22/06/2011 3 2 3 LLL ALL LOW 8 OEO MOSTLY ODD 8 08 23/06/2011 2 2 3 LLL ALL LOW 7 EEO MOSTLY EVEN 7 07 24/06/2011 4 2 4 LLL ALL LOW 0 EEE ALL EVEN 1 10 25/06/2011 5 4 2 HLL MOSTLY LOW 1 OEE MOSTLY EVEN 2 11 27/06/2011 1 4 2 LLL ALL LOW 7 OEE MOSTLY EVEN 7 07 28/06/2011 3 3 2 LLL ALL LOW 8 OOE MOSTLY ODD 8 08 29/06/2011 5 1 1 HLL MOSTLY LOW 7 OOO ALL ODD 7 07 30/06/2011 2 4 3 LLL ALL LOW 9 EEO MOSTLY EVEN 9 09 01/07/2011 2 1 1 LLL ALL LOW 4 EOO MOSTLY ODD 4 04 02/07/2011 3 4 4 LLL ALL LOW 1 OEE MOSTLY EVEN 2 11 04/07/2011 4 2 1 LLL ALL LOW 7 EEO MOSTLY EVEN 7 07 05/07/2011 3 4 3 LLL ALL LOW 0 OEO MOSTLY ODD 1 10 06/07/2011 5 5 5 HHH ALL HIGH 5 OOO ALL ODD 6 15 07/07/2011 5 1 3 HLL MOSTLY LOW 9 OOO ALL ODD 9 09 08/07/2011 4 2 4 LLL ALL LOW 0 EEE ALL EVEN 1 10 09/07/2011 1 5 2 LHL MOSTLY LOW 8 OOE MOSTLY ODD 8 08 11/07/2011 1 5 4 LHL MOSTLY LOW 0 OOE MOSTLY ODD 1 10 12/07/2011 1 3 5 LLH MOSTLY LOW 9 OOO ALL ODD 9 09 13/07/2011 3 5 4 LHL MOSTLY LOW 2 OOE MOSTLY ODD 3 12 14/07/2011 1 1 4 LLL ALL LOW 6 OOE MOSTLY ODD 6 06 15/07/2011 1 3 5 LLH MOSTLY LOW 9 OOO ALL ODD 9 09 16/07/2011 5 2 2 HLL MOSTLY LOW 9 OEE MOSTLY EVEN 9 09

I always have to fix by hand FORMAT problems as people don't take such things into account when doing their "Things".

Now you can see the difference between seeing just the VTracs and the VTs with some of their stats.

Tx United States Member #4570 May 4, 2004 5180 Posts Offline

Posted: July 16, 2011, 8:59 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by LANTERN on July 16, 2011

TP

Thanks, you seem to be right, I just took a quick look at some stats which I won't post here and ALL the regular pick 3 filters should be implemented also for the VTracs as they are used for the regular pick 3, besides making the ones that I talk about here, because you are right and they might also be needed, I won't post those stats, but I will post a few VTracs from the Tx Midday draw.

But of course without all the needed stats people won't see much on just the VTracs themselves, looking at both Visual and Numerical stats can tell you what is really going on.

While Paurts' programs have some bugs and also are not quite right in some other ways, at this time they appear to be the only ones that have some of the needed stats, for stats they are the best that I can find, as to filtered wheelers, due to some bugs and omissions I would have to use wheelers made by somebody else, there is something called the Slasher it's like nothing else on the world, the only one right now that can really handle good enough regular pick 3, 4 and also VTrac filtration, but doesn't have the stats, for that only Paurths' programs can really be used so far, so a person would need both of them.

Of course, some people have their own ways and software and or by hand workouts.

I think that I will after all post a few stats, but this software is not quite right so the stats are not posted quite as they should be, that is not in the right order, but even so, there is nothing anywhere else like this other than from Paurths:

DATE N1 N2 N3 H-L H-L Box LastDigit O-E O-E Box Root Sum 22/06/2011 3 2 3 LLL ALL LOW 8 OEO MOSTLY ODD 8 08 23/06/2011 2 2 3 LLL ALL LOW 7 EEO MOSTLY EVEN 7 07 24/06/2011 4 2 4 LLL ALL LOW 0 EEE ALL EVEN 1 10 25/06/2011 5 4 2 HLL MOSTLY LOW 1 OEE MOSTLY EVEN 2 11 27/06/2011 1 4 2 LLL ALL LOW 7 OEE MOSTLY EVEN 7 07 28/06/2011 3 3 2 LLL ALL LOW 8 OOE MOSTLY ODD 8 08 29/06/2011 5 1 1 HLL MOSTLY LOW 7 OOO ALL ODD 7 07 30/06/2011 2 4 3 LLL ALL LOW 9 EEO MOSTLY EVEN 9 09 01/07/2011 2 1 1 LLL ALL LOW 4 EOO MOSTLY ODD 4 04 02/07/2011 3 4 4 LLL ALL LOW 1 OEE MOSTLY EVEN 2 11 04/07/2011 4 2 1 LLL ALL LOW 7 EEO MOSTLY EVEN 7 07 05/07/2011 3 4 3 LLL ALL LOW 0 OEO MOSTLY ODD 1 10 06/07/2011 5 5 5 HHH ALL HIGH 5 OOO ALL ODD 6 15 07/07/2011 5 1 3 HLL MOSTLY LOW 9 OOO ALL ODD 9 09 08/07/2011 4 2 4 LLL ALL LOW 0 EEE ALL EVEN 1 10 09/07/2011 1 5 2 LHL MOSTLY LOW 8 OOE MOSTLY ODD 8 08 11/07/2011 1 5 4 LHL MOSTLY LOW 0 OOE MOSTLY ODD 1 10 12/07/2011 1 3 5 LLH MOSTLY LOW 9 OOO ALL ODD 9 09 13/07/2011 3 5 4 LHL MOSTLY LOW 2 OOE MOSTLY ODD 3 12 14/07/2011 1 1 4 LLL ALL LOW 6 OOE MOSTLY ODD 6 06 15/07/2011 1 3 5 LLH MOSTLY LOW 9 OOO ALL ODD 9 09 16/07/2011 5 2 2 HLL MOSTLY LOW 9 OEE MOSTLY EVEN 9 09

I always have to fix by hand FORMAT problems as people don't take such things into account when doing their "Things".

Now you can see the difference between seeing just the VTracs and the VTs with some of their stats.

As I told you before All or Most Box Filters also apply to Straight Numbers, while the reverse might not quite always be true.

I fixed the format of the stats better now so you might want to look at them again.

Those are some of the last Tx Midday draws.

As you can see filters and stats are not just for regular pick 3 numbers.

A special VTracs only program would of course be much better, but a person has to use whatever he has.

bgonÃ§alves Brasil Member #92564 June 9, 2010 2247 Posts Offline

Posted: July 18, 2011, 7:07 am - IP Logged

Hello, flashlight,what do you thinkof this filter=pick3unitedinpairsat the lowestdigit With the largestdigiteg283=28pairis joined by thesmaller(2) withthe largest(3),here,this studydoes not takeaccountof thedigit, butmoreminorcondition of thedigit, formingthe pair topick3,and alsoposition wherethefilteristhe smallest and largestof thepick3 Example =721belongs tothe largestdigit1 position(7)and smallertype in the3 position(1) Thedigitzero as thehighestdigit,

bgonÃ§alves Brasil Member #92564 June 9, 2010 2247 Posts Offline

Posted: July 18, 2011, 7:43 am - IP Logged

Hello lanterna,I refer to isjustexample 472=72tostopauniaoisthe largesttothe smallestdigit As themissingdigitis between6,5,4,3, so now It isnecessary to adjustthe position of thepair!Ok Hereduces toa4digitthat goesin front =6,5,4,3with 100% accuracy 472,may have to makeastructureto seethese patterns, a graph To see thehighest and lowestdigit,arrears,etc.

United States Member #81843 October 31, 2009 856 Posts Offline

Posted: July 21, 2011, 8:54 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by Jordans121 on July 2, 2011

I have used and systematically designed my own Vtracs for a very long time and let me tell you that you are wasting your time and making the game much hard than it should be.

I agree. Reduce everything to a boxed set in ascending order i.e. vdrawn 231 is V123. Approach the problem looking for the likely next draw that will be boxed. Then, you can try to order the set for a straight play. Or play boxed. There are only 35 boxed Vtracs that equal the 125 that make the 220 combinations that make all 1,000 combinations and permutations. And then there is Xanadu,….oh my! Sounds like you might have found it.

The 125 are important but most important for finding the straight mirror (what the Vtrac equals as a playable set, see LP systems). The 35 boxed Vtracs are good and can further be defined by subsets of types of sets found in the 35. The LP inspector and deflator is a must to study with, to get a grasp of Vtrac sets as there is much more to them than meet the eye. Both the 125 and the 35 have unique characteristics, pattens and trends. The more ways you can look at them the more you learn how they relate.

Lantern: It is good to see a thread on Vtracs and seeing the 60-60-5 subsets. A little more information on what is presented in what you wish to convey helps everyone understand what goat trail you are going down. It is not always apparent what one is looking at and how they look at it may be different than what is posted. A little more explanation would help.

Vtracs are a bit complex and full documentation of a post helps communicate what it is you wish to point out. Don’t worry about giving away all the goodies, the odds are always 1,000:1 if you are looking for a straight solution.

A strait Vtrac is as likely to repeat the next draw as the last drawn set of digits, but in a boxed vtrac where it can represent 48 (6x8mirrors) combinations and permutations, it (the boxed vtrac) can repeat more frequently, draw to draw.

V123= v132, v213, v231, v312, v321 ( so you have 6 strait vtracs that equal each other when boxed as Vb123). 6 vtracs with 8 mirrors each representing what can be drawn equals 48 combinations and permutations in Vb123. Not all of the 35 Boxed vtracs produce 8 mirrors. Some produce 6, some 4. The 35Vboxed=125Vstrait. The 35Vb= the 220 boxed combinations that make the 1,000.

DD

A mirror is the equivalent of what a Vtrac represents. V123 has 8 mirrors. 8 sets of three digits that can be found drawn strait after a drawing. The Vtrac from 125 vtracs represents all 8 combinations. It looks at first glance that the use of the word mirror in the application above means something else and there is another use of the term in systems play. Do do confuse one for the other. This is where the lack of standardization of terms makes home-spun systems difficult to follow in a post. Any program out there that is worth it's salt clearly defines the terms used in the software so you know what the words mean in the application.

Tx United States Member #4570 May 4, 2004 5180 Posts Offline

Posted: July 21, 2011, 10:30 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by Delta Draw on July 21, 2011

I agree. Reduce everything to a boxed set in ascending order i.e. vdrawn 231 is V123. Approach the problem looking for the likely next draw that will be boxed. Then, you can try to order the set for a straight play. Or play boxed. There are only 35 boxed Vtracs that equal the 125 that make the 220 combinations that make all 1,000 combinations and permutations. And then there is Xanadu,….oh my! Sounds like you might have found it.

The 125 are important but most important for finding the straight mirror (what the Vtrac equals as a playable set, see LP systems). The 35 boxed Vtracs are good and can further be defined by subsets of types of sets found in the 35. The LP inspector and deflator is a must to study with, to get a grasp of Vtrac sets as there is much more to them than meet the eye. Both the 125 and the 35 have unique characteristics, pattens and trends. The more ways you can look at them the more you learn how they relate.

Lantern: It is good to see a thread on Vtracs and seeing the 60-60-5 subsets. A little more information on what is presented in what you wish to convey helps everyone understand what goat trail you are going down. It is not always apparent what one is looking at and how they look at it may be different than what is posted. A little more explanation would help.

Vtracs are a bit complex and full documentation of a post helps communicate what it is you wish to point out. Don’t worry about giving away all the goodies, the odds are always 1,000:1 if you are looking for a straight solution.

A strait Vtrac is as likely to repeat the next draw as the last drawn set of digits, but in a boxed vtrac where it can represent 48 (6x8mirrors) combinations and permutations, it (the boxed vtrac) can repeat more frequently, draw to draw.

V123= v132, v213, v231, v312, v321 ( so you have 6 strait vtracs that equal each other when boxed as Vb123). 6 vtracs with 8 mirrors each representing what can be drawn equals 48 combinations and permutations in Vb123. Not all of the 35 Boxed vtracs produce 8 mirrors. Some produce 6, some 4. The 35Vboxed=125Vstrait. The 35Vb= the 220 boxed combinations that make the 1,000.

DD

A mirror is the equivalent of what a Vtrac represents. V123 has 8 mirrors. 8 sets of three digits that can be found drawn strait after a drawing. The Vtrac from 125 vtracs represents all 8 combinations. It looks at first glance that the use of the word mirror in the application above means something else and there is another use of the term in systems play. Do do confuse one for the other. This is where the lack of standardization of terms makes home-spun systems difficult to follow in a post. Any program out there that is worth it's salt clearly defines the terms used in the software so you know what the words mean in the application.

Thanks for the post!

About this thread I don't at this time have anything else to say, I would not know what else to say.

United States Member #81843 October 31, 2009 856 Posts Offline

Posted: July 22, 2011, 1:39 am - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by LANTERN on July 21, 2011

Thanks for the post!

About this thread I don't at this time have anything else to say, I would not know what else to say.

You are welcome.

"There are:

5 Possible digits there from 1 to 5:

That gives a digits filter from 1 to 5.

Each of the digits is 20% of the total, so any one digit is 1/5."

Okay you lost me there. Can you clarify what it is you are saying here? Add some more words. give some examples. 20% of what total? 125? 1,000? Example please with illustration. Explain why this filter is important and what conclusion you have made from your study. How would one use the filter to their advantage?

Are you trying to say,... In the context of Vtracs,... that there are five digits that a Vtrac can be composed from, three at a time. EG V123 is composed of the Vtrac digits 1,2,3 of the set 1,2,3,4,5. Each of the five vtrac numbers can be used in a filter. One single Vtrac digit is 1/5 of all the Vtrac digits and is also 20% of all the Vtrac digits.

The importance of this Vtrac digit filter is ________________( fill in the blank). The systematic play of this filter method helps me to pick winning numbers to play because ____________________ (fill in the blank).

I really want to follow this thread but it is really is hard to do because I have to figure out what you are saying. It is like it is in some kind of internal talk and I missed the meeting. It really is hard to define the context and follow you as much as I want to. Trust me, If I have a grasp on vtracs I should not be at a loss in a conversation or example provided we are on the same page. Imagine how lost some readers are who don't know their right hand from their left on vtracs? If you have a discovery, be very patient to explain how it can work for others with examples that are defined for what they are ( don't assume they understand how you came to a conclusion or fact) and go into every detail, step by step.

I want to understand what you presented here. please help

Tx United States Member #4570 May 4, 2004 5180 Posts Offline

Posted: July 22, 2011, 10:35 am - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by Delta Draw on July 22, 2011

You are welcome.

"There are:

5 Possible digits there from 1 to 5:

That gives a digits filter from 1 to 5.

Each of the digits is 20% of the total, so any one digit is 1/5."

Okay you lost me there. Can you clarify what it is you are saying here? Add some more words. give some examples. 20% of what total? 125? 1,000? Example please with illustration. Explain why this filter is important and what conclusion you have made from your study. How would one use the filter to their advantage?

Are you trying to say,... In the context of Vtracs,... that there are five digits that a Vtrac can be composed from, three at a time. EG V123 is composed of the Vtrac digits 1,2,3 of the set 1,2,3,4,5. Each of the five vtrac numbers can be used in a filter. One single Vtrac digit is 1/5 of all the Vtrac digits and is also 20% of all the Vtrac digits.

The importance of this Vtrac digit filter is ________________( fill in the blank). The systematic play of this filter method helps me to pick winning numbers to play because ____________________ (fill in the blank).

I really want to follow this thread but it is really is hard to do because I have to figure out what you are saying. It is like it is in some kind of internal talk and I missed the meeting. It really is hard to define the context and follow you as much as I want to. Trust me, If I have a grasp on vtracs I should not be at a loss in a conversation or example provided we are on the same page. Imagine how lost some readers are who don't know their right hand from their left on vtracs? If you have a discovery, be very patient to explain how it can work for others with examples that are defined for what they are ( don't assume they understand how you came to a conclusion or fact) and go into every detail, step by step.

I want to understand what you presented here. please help

DD

DD

You are giving me too much credit kind of, those posts there that I made were not meant to be or to be used as any kind of tutorial on how to use VTracs for the making of pick 3 lottery predictions.

I was just trying to show people some "maybe" possible filters that they might maybe in some way or ways be able to use on the VTracs if they could and wanted to, as to how to do such a thing, I would for sure leave that to them as people like to do things in their own way(s) and besides filters can be used in more than just one way and it is for people to find their own way(s) of using them.

"Are you trying to say,... In the context of Vtracs,... that there are five digits that a Vtrac can be composed from, three at a time. EG V123 is composed of the Vtrac digits 1,2,3 of the set 1,2,3,4,5. Each of the five vtrac numbers can be used in a filter. One single Vtrac digit is 1/5 of all the Vtrac digits and is also 20% of all the Vtrac digits."

"Beware of mistakes"

Do please take a look at this:

I point out that this next info comes out from the L.P.s Inspector 3 online workout.

I know that you already know this, but just want me to point it out to all.

This here shows the 125 Straight VTracs, those are all the VTrac combinations that each of the VT digits makes when wheeled with all the VT digits.

There are 125 VTracs so if you would filter out just one VT digit you would then filter out 61 Straight VTracs, that is, I guess, a little less than half of all the VTracs, so filtering out any VTrac digits might be a very risky thing to do as it might be a thing highly prone to filter(s) failure(s), but if it is somehow done right then it might be a very powerful filter to use.

This filter as with others "overlaps" is filtration power with that of all the other digits, but this I mean that Each of the VTrac digits WON'T filter out 61 Straight VTracs as there are only 125 Straight VTracs that can be filtered out.

You might not want to use it or if it is used maybe you might want to filter out just 1 of the 5 VTrac digits, of course at no time can more than 2 VTrac digits can ever be filtered out unless you want to only play Doubles and or Triples VTracs.

As to how to use this filter, I repeat, that I leave up to the person that wants to use it as filters can be used in more than one way and I like most people, like to keep most or all of my own ways to myself (Sorry).

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People should study the VTracs and their patterns and try to find their own ways.

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If this is all for the VT digits filter, Is there any other thing or point there that you or somebody else want me to talk more about?

I am upset with the way that the lotteries handle their drawings, but not enough that I want to "Break" them.

Tx United States Member #4570 May 4, 2004 5180 Posts Offline

Posted: July 22, 2011, 10:45 am - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by LANTERN on July 22, 2011

DD

You are giving me too much credit kind of, those posts there that I made were not meant to be or to be used as any kind of tutorial on how to use VTracs for the making of pick 3 lottery predictions.

I was just trying to show people some "maybe" possible filters that they might maybe in some way or ways be able to use on the VTracs if they could and wanted to, as to how to do such a thing, I would for sure leave that to them as people like to do things in their own way(s) and besides filters can be used in more than just one way and it is for people to find their own way(s) of using them.

"Are you trying to say,... In the context of Vtracs,... that there are five digits that a Vtrac can be composed from, three at a time. EG V123 is composed of the Vtrac digits 1,2,3 of the set 1,2,3,4,5. Each of the five vtrac numbers can be used in a filter. One single Vtrac digit is 1/5 of all the Vtrac digits and is also 20% of all the Vtrac digits."

"Beware of mistakes"

Do please take a look at this:

I point out that this next info comes out from the L.P.s Inspector 3 online workout.

I know that you already know this, but just want me to point it out to all.

This here shows the 125 Straight VTracs, those are all the VTrac combinations that each of the VT digits makes when wheeled with all the VT digits.

There are 125 VTracs so if you would filter out just one VT digit you would then filter out 61 Straight VTracs, that is, I guess, a little less than half of all the VTracs, so filtering out any VTrac digits might be a very risky thing to do as it might be a thing highly prone to filter(s) failure(s), but if it is somehow done right then it might be a very powerful filter to use.

This filter as with others "overlaps" is filtration power with that of all the other digits, but this I mean that Each of the VTrac digits WON'T filter out 61 Straight VTracs as there are only 125 Straight VTracs that can be filtered out.

You might not want to use it or if it is used maybe you might want to filter out just 1 of the 5 VTrac digits, of course at no time can more than 2 VTrac digits can ever be filtered out unless you want to only play Doubles and or Triples VTracs.

As to how to use this filter, I repeat, that I leave up to the person that wants to use it as filters can be used in more than one way and I like most people, like to keep most or all of my own ways to myself (Sorry).

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People should study the VTracs and their patterns and try to find their own ways.

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If this is all for the VT digits filter, Is there any other thing or point there that you or somebody else want me to talk more about?

I am upset with the way that the lotteries handle their drawings, but not enough that I want to "Break" them.

I will say, as I have already said on some other thread(s), that there is digit(s) filtration, Straight By Position and also Boxed By All Positions.

Tx United States Member #4570 May 4, 2004 5180 Posts Offline

Posted: July 22, 2011, 10:52 am - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by LANTERN on July 22, 2011

I will say, as I have already said on some other thread(s), that there is digit(s) filtration, Straight By Position and also Boxed By All Positions.

If you want an easier way of working with the VTracs you might want to use a program or programs or online workout(s) that will let you do that.

Doing things by hand is being back on the stone age, very hard and very slow and or just plain impossible.

If you don't see what you need somewhere, ask for it, there are those who can make software and or lottery software for offline and also for online use.

If enough people ask for tools, maybe somebody will make and sell them.

As I posted before, take a look, these are REAL VTracs past winning numbers, but only a very small section:

You might need software that can give you listings such as this one and better than this one, listings that can also give other VTrac's stats and patterns and also a VTracs filtered wheeler.

You might even want to forget about the regular pick 3 numbers and just work on the VTracs, but that is all up to you all, I think that it is best to work both ways.

United States Member #81843 October 31, 2009 856 Posts Offline

Posted: July 22, 2011, 3:57 pm - IP Logged

Thank you Lantern

I see what you are trying to do in trying to come up with a balanced group of sets from the 125. You have four nice groups to watch and track with a new way to track variables in history. Good job! The next hit will come from one of four groups unless there is a trip.

No doubt you spent many hours working the 125 and you have discovered a valuable way to help in the next draw’s digits selection. This is a very good contribution of information.

The inspector is quite a tool and often overlooked but it takes a little tinkering to figure out how you want it to work for you. You have found a pattern and it is noteworthy.

Don’t sweat mistakes, I just need to be able to follow along and read between the lines if it is not posted in the text what I am to see. Sometimes I wonder if there is more I should be seeing.

Thanks again.

DD

I think I am missing something in Amazing Grace’s post . There looks to be a list of the 35 boxed Vtracs but not all are there. No telling what it is that is being said if there is more to the information than just the sort of eee/ooo. I just figured it out after another look, I cannot count and multiply and all of the 35 Boxed vtracs are there. Thanks for the color coding AG. Even though they are not balanced in an evenly distributed way, one should consider the chance of the next draw and what came before it. Get some stats and make some rules for selection.

As the VTracs already give a lot of filtration with the use of other filters, perhaps it might be best to NOT USE the Even-Odd and the High-Low filters as on the VTracsthose are Very Much UNBALANCEDPatterns.