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Badger 5: My number selection process to you

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Posted: December 1, 2011, 11:12 pm - IP Logged

Badger 5 for 12-01-2011 was 5-10-16-22-28.

One from 6,7,12,19,24,26,27,28,30

One from 3,4,9,15,22,23

OUCH! That Stung!

Better Luck to All,

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    Posted: December 2, 2011, 12:40 am - IP Logged

    Retxx:

       Image shows charts for MassCash 5/35 for guessing 12-1-2011 draw, and how to set up using the numbers from the last 17 winning draws: 11-14-2011 to 11-30-2011. (17 draws times 5#s/draw= 85Xs'.) 

       The 'amount of last winning draws' used to make the "Bell Curve" will have to be adjusted, up or down from 17, so as to make a Curve with even symmetry and I can't tell you how many to use without experimentation. Fewer draws used will cause higher peaks and fewer columns, more draws used will cause lower peaks but increase the number of columns. Silly to say but try to find the "Bell Curve" sweet spot, not to hot, not to cold.

       MassCash draw: 14-22-25-29-32 for 12-1-2011 was just a guess on my part used for explanation.

    Good Luck,

    BlueDuck

     

     

     

    P.S. Just as a curiosity, look at the chart made up of 80Xs'. I bet most of the winning numbers will be at the peaks or valleys formed by the Xs'. At least, that's the way they show up in the Badger 5 Lotto.

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      Posted: December 2, 2011, 1:03 am - IP Logged

      Retxx:

      MassCash for 12-01-2011 was 1-2-28-29-32. Explaining "valley/peak" comment from last post.

      32 is in a valley formed by 31 and 33.

      29 is in a valley formed by 28 and 30.

      28 is "odd man out".

      1 and 2 are in a valley formed by 3 and 33. Yes, got to loop the numbers: 1-35. No end, no beginning.

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        Posted: December 2, 2011, 8:24 am - IP Logged

        Retxx:

           Correction:   ........ "look at chart made up of 80X's" should read "look at chart made up of 85X's".

         

           Using correct draw numbers for 12-01-2011: 1-2-28-29-32, the "Number of Hits" Chart should look like this:

                                        0     1     2     3     4     5     6     7

         

        12-01-2011               0     1     3     0     0     0     1     NA

        12-02-2011               ?      ?     ?     ?     ?     ?      ?     0

        12-02-2011

        Three hits show up in Column 2 and the outlier (#28), shows up in Column 6. Hmmmm.. if a person could have figured out that Column 6 was going to get a hit, then the choice would have been between two numbers, 12 or 28. And that's the challenge: To figure out which Columns will receive the hits. I'm not too good at it!

        BlueDuck 

         

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          Posted: December 2, 2011, 10:27 am - IP Logged

          Retxx:

             Winsumloosesum's Badger 5 Spreedsheet analyzes Horizontal Rows R1 to R8-R9-R10 (Great idea I didn't see) on the "Bell Curve",  and Vertical Columns C0 to C6-C7-C8 to figure out which numbers may get hits and can be seen under the tab labeled, "XYAxisResults". There are times when R1 receives 4-5 hits in a single day and other times (4-5 times a month) when C1-C2 or C2-C3 or C1-C4 will receive 5 hits on a single day.

              Here are a few clues found from analyzing the CRNG-Badger5 Spreedsheets and Graphs that hopefully will apply to Ball Drop Lotteries as well:

             Figuring out when higher Row Numbers will not get (or get) hits is easier as hits are far and few in between. The symmetry is hard to ignore and a good indicator of what will get (or not get) hits. When a peak of 10 or more digits show up in a Vertical Column, sometime later R1,R2 gets 3-4-(5?) hits. Sometimes the "Bell Curve" will have a steep, almost logarithmic slope upward on the right hand side, indicating hits in a center column.

          Good Luck to all,

          BlueDuck

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            Posted: December 2, 2011, 12:00 pm - IP Logged

            Correction:

             "...almost logarithmic slope upward" should read "almost exponential slope upward".

            Thank you,

             BlueDuck

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              Posted: December 2, 2011, 8:40 pm - IP Logged

              any chance of getting a spreadsheet for the 5/35 mass cash from maybe winsum.

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                Posted: December 3, 2011, 11:10 am - IP Logged

                question; which tab will show playable numbers for next game? Also can you point out the cells to look at. thanks

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                  Rtxx:

                     Thanks for your interest in the System. Best to PM Winsumloosesum for info on SpeedSheets.

                     No 'One Single Tab' will give you the numbers.

                     To use, first update the Draws tab for the newest draw, then suggest drawing out the XYAxisChart. Go to XYAxisResults tab, "ACROSS" Chart, and figure out what Rows, R1 to R9-R10 will get hits.

                      Then go to the "DOWN" Chart, same tab and figure out what Columns, 0s to 7s-8s, will get hits. Numbers will intersect on your hand drawn chart. Good luck will get you 3-4 in a pool of 17-19. Better luck will get you 4-5 in a pool of 19.

                  Good Luck to All,

                  BlueDuck

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                    Posted: December 3, 2011, 7:13 pm - IP Logged

                    Badger 5 for 12-03-2011 guess:

                    one from 17,18,21,25

                    three from 5,6,7,12,20,24,26,27,30

                    one from 4,8,10,22,29

                    Narrowing down the pool using Row information:

                    4,5,6,7,8,10,12,27,17,18,21

                    Good Luck to All,

                    BlueDuck

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                      Posted: December 3, 2011, 11:08 pm - IP Logged

                      Badger 5 for 12-03-2011 results: 10-13-19-23-29

                      none from 17,18,21,25

                      none from 5,6,7,12,20,24,26,27,30

                      two from 4,8,10,22,29

                      one from 4,5,6,7,8,10,12,27,17,18,21

                      OUCH!

                       

                      Better Luck to All,

                      BlueDuck

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                        Posted: December 4, 2011, 12:46 pm - IP Logged

                        I updated the Excel file for Badger 5/31.

                        I included a Tab labeled Min1.  This will calculate how many drawings that were required to include all 31 numbers drawn.  So the minimum would be 1 that all numbers would have to hit.

                        For example, in cell L10 you should see the number 28.  This means that 28 total draws were required to have at a minimum 1 hit for all 31 numbers.  Any number highlighted represents a change.

                        Here is the download link to the zip file:

                        http://www.box.com/s/78tdsxhu3sc50x5o1ng9

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                          I updated the Excel file for Badger 5/31.

                          I included a Tab labeled Min1.  This will calculate how many drawings that were required to include all 31 numbers drawn.  So the minimum would be 1 that all numbers would have to hit.

                          For example, in cell L10 you should see the number 28.  This means that 28 total draws were required to have at a minimum 1 hit for all 31 numbers.  Any number highlighted represents a change.

                          Here is the download link to the zip file:

                          http://www.box.com/s/78tdsxhu3sc50x5o1ng9

                          Update to version 10 Excel file.

                          Added info to Min1 Tab

                          http://www.box.com/s/xcbr4ek6akesfhbhb0d2

                          I will explain in a video.

                          You can use either the older 15 draw range or use the draw range where all 31 numbers are required to hit a minimum of 1 time.

                          If you go to the Tab labeled "HitsChart".  In cell B1 you can enter a "1" or "2".

                          If you enter a number 1 in cell B2, this will calculate a fixed 15 drawing

                          If you enter a number 2 in cell B2, this will calculate draw ranges where as all 31 numbers need to hit a minimum of 1 time.

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                            Updated and corrected a couple formula errors.

                            New download link to zip file:

                            http://www.box.com/s/9jh77neuc0ov8xmh9f5a

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                              Posted: December 4, 2011, 7:33 pm - IP Logged

                              Badger 5 picks for 12-04-2011:

                              one from 5,11,14

                              two from 3,6,7,15,19,20,24,26,27,30

                              one from 2,4,8,23,31

                              one from 10,16,29

                              Good Luck to All,

                              BlueDuck