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# PICK 4,5,6 Cracked - New System

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If you have the number to put in an Excel sheet, you don't need Excel. In fact, it would take longer to open Excel and enter the number than to look at the number and determine which numbers were even, odd, low, medium, high, etc.

As to doing it for the global matrix, that computer you are looking at has given you a false idea of data. While I was watching football yesterday I loaded a program that breaks every possible combination down by even/odd totals, all 32 possible combinations between EEEEE and OOOOO, and the 21 possible combinations of high, medium, and low numbers.

It took 1 hour, 27 minutes to run the global matrix of the Texas 5/37. The output file was 115MB. How much data is that?

Excel says it is 46,374 pages. 46,374 PAGES! Let me put that in perspective.

A ream of paper is 500 sheets. It stands about 2.25 inches high. Let's say it costs \$7. (I'm guessing.)

It would take 94 reams of paper that would stand about 17 feet, 7 inches (some trees are not this tall) and cost approximately \$658 for paper to print this file.

Now you tell me, which would be simpler and cheaper: Looking at the number and see where the even/odd digits are, or searching through a pile of paper 17 feet high?

Developer has the better idea of programming it.

If it takes that much paper .... you're doing it wrong.

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Hello, RJOL, the big problem is that it needs time, and in Brazil does not have the use of resources
Hopefully we've got Americans, who are more advanced some 25 to 30 years in IT, compared to the 3rd world countries, rjol, what do you think of the concept of split pairs and trios, etc.?

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Hello, RJOL, the big problem is that it needs time, and in Brazil does not have the use of resources
Hopefully we've got Americans, who are more advanced some 25 to 30 years in IT, compared to the 3rd world countries, rjol, what do you think of the concept of split pairs and trios, etc.?

You have access to a computer and you can read, the only other resource you need is money to pay someone to program for you if you don't want to learn.

* you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket *

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Hey Time*T this is such a dilemma.

dr san can't use Excel to open a huge file, and he can't afford the paper to print it on! This is a major problem.

It reminds me of my own depraved childhood. Every year, from December until February, I had to wait for the snowplow so the sno-cone truck could get to my front door. That is real child abuse!

But now Americans are so advanced in technology we use our magic eyes to determine whether a number is EVEN or ODD. For the rest of the world, the Greeks devised a formula:

If X/2 = Int(1/2*X) then X\$ = "Even" : If X/2 <> Int(1/2*X) then X\$="Odd"

Genuises use If X/2 = Int(1/2*X) then X\$ = "Even" else X\$= "Odd" but that might be confusing in this case.

RJOH, what are we going to do? While the rest of the world enjoys 24 hour days, dr san is getting less hours in his day! And after his post, I'm afraid to send him any program bigger than 3K lest it smoke his Commodore64.

On the bright side, I did find a 19K file I was working on in January that could be used with a few tweaks.

We'll see.

Developer, you have some great stuff going. Still interested in seeing and hearing more. Keep it up!

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Hello Gary, I agree with you, in learning to program, but the nearest town
What is the course developer is 400km away, the issue of deployment by position I just presented to the developer, as a plagiarism, to see if there is exploitation,
In improvements in your program, because it is a forum for discussion of lotteries, ideas are welcome, as the basis of mathematical lottery and 60% (ie 100% prediction) the rest random
The breakup of the trio, it seems very good, as is said lottery, jack the ripper,
Ok let's go party, ah! The objective of the forum are great debates to find a way,
Shorter, to hit a big win, the developer knows that studying or trying to forecast for the whole of a lottery, numca succeed, but in parts (trios and pairs) can hit 60% of a bet, eg 49 / 6 focus to hit 4 numbers, but to set up because
The first 4 6 tends to want to hit a 100% lottery numca we succeed, then the reverse at all, is in parts, ie pairs, trios and quartets of a lottery machines 49 / 6.
Well after playing is always a group of people, numca alone, to have better chances

Dicionário

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Hey Time*T this is such a dilemma.

dr san can't use Excel to open a huge file, and he can't afford the paper to print it on! This is a major problem.

It reminds me of my own depraved childhood. Every year, from December until February, I had to wait for the snowplow so the sno-cone truck could get to my front door. That is real child abuse!

But now Americans are so advanced in technology we use our magic eyes to determine whether a number is EVEN or ODD. For the rest of the world, the Greeks devised a formula:

If X/2 = Int(1/2*X) then X\$ = "Even" : If X/2 <> Int(1/2*X) then X\$="Odd"

Genuises use If X/2 = Int(1/2*X) then X\$ = "Even" else X\$= "Odd" but that might be confusing in this case.

RJOH, what are we going to do? While the rest of the world enjoys 24 hour days, dr san is getting less hours in his day! And after his post, I'm afraid to send him any program bigger than 3K lest it smoke his Commodore64.

On the bright side, I did find a 19K file I was working on in January that could be used with a few tweaks.

We'll see.

Developer, you have some great stuff going. Still interested in seeing and hearing more. Keep it up!

LOL! Hey, no picking on the C64.

In neo-conned Amerika, bank robs you.
Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms should be the name of a convenience store, not a govnoment agency.

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Hello Gary, I agree with you, in learning to program, but the nearest town
What is the course developer is 400km away, the issue of deployment by position I just presented to the developer, as a plagiarism, to see if there is exploitation,
In improvements in your program, because it is a forum for discussion of lotteries, ideas are welcome, as the basis of mathematical lottery and 60% (ie 100% prediction) the rest random
The breakup of the trio, it seems very good, as is said lottery, jack the ripper,
Ok let's go party, ah! The objective of the forum are great debates to find a way,
Shorter, to hit a big win, the developer knows that studying or trying to forecast for the whole of a lottery, numca succeed, but in parts (trios and pairs) can hit 60% of a bet, eg 49 / 6 focus to hit 4 numbers, but to set up because
The first 4 6 tends to want to hit a 100% lottery numca we succeed, then the reverse at all, is in parts, ie pairs, trios and quartets of a lottery machines 49 / 6.
Well after playing is always a group of people, numca alone, to have better chances

Dicionário

I understand why you choose to not learn programming. You certainly wouldn't want to plagiarize somebody's ideas. That couldn't be good in your country.

Of course, being that you aren't from America, you possibly don't understand plagiarism. I would be happy to explain it, but I'd have to plagiarize Plagiarism.org. It would be better if you took the time to Google it.

And, naturally I appreciate your concern but it appears you might be creating a problem, or at least TRYING to create a problem, where there is none.

Developer stated he began his work two years ago. That is about a year and a half before I even considered looking at Cash5. So only a fool would think one plagiarized the other when 1) we worked without knowledge of the other, 2) on different games, and 3) in different time frames. This is perfectly understandable in your case, since English is not your first language.

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Hey Time*T this is such a dilemma.

dr san can't use Excel to open a huge file, and he can't afford the paper to print it on! This is a major problem.

It reminds me of my own depraved childhood. Every year, from December until February, I had to wait for the snowplow so the sno-cone truck could get to my front door. That is real child abuse!

But now Americans are so advanced in technology we use our magic eyes to determine whether a number is EVEN or ODD. For the rest of the world, the Greeks devised a formula:

If X/2 = Int(1/2*X) then X\$ = "Even" : If X/2 <> Int(1/2*X) then X\$="Odd"

Genuises use If X/2 = Int(1/2*X) then X\$ = "Even" else X\$= "Odd" but that might be confusing in this case.

RJOH, what are we going to do? While the rest of the world enjoys 24 hour days, dr san is getting less hours in his day! And after his post, I'm afraid to send him any program bigger than 3K lest it smoke his Commodore64.

On the bright side, I did find a 19K file I was working on in January that could be used with a few tweaks.

We'll see.

Developer, you have some great stuff going. Still interested in seeing and hearing more. Keep it up!

RJOH, what are we going to do? While the rest of the world enjoys 24 hour days, dr san is getting less hours in his day! And after his post, I'm afraid to send him any program bigger than 3K lest it smoke his Commodore64.

Nothing can be done, programmers are self motivated and many are self taught.  I started out on a TI99 and taught myself using the manual that came with it and moved up to a Commodore64 and read its manual too.  When I got a Tandy1000 I was already programming using Basic and have continued to use Basic ever since.  I can't write a commercial grade program but I can write one that does anything I would ever want to do with the lottery games I play.

* you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket *

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RJOH, what are we going to do? While the rest of the world enjoys 24 hour days, dr san is getting less hours in his day! And after his post, I'm afraid to send him any program bigger than 3K lest it smoke his Commodore64.

Nothing can be done, programmers are self motivated and many are self taught.  I started out on a TI99 and taught myself using the manual that came with it and moved up to a Commodore64 and read its manual too.  When I got a Tandy1000 I was already programming using Basic and have continued to use Basic ever since.  I can't write a commercial grade program but I can write one that does anything I would ever want to do with the lottery games I play.

There are free programmable spreadsheet apps out there -- some just as good as (and will interoperate with) the paid stuff, for most people. From LANTERN's blog: http://www.lotterypost.com/blogentry/51260

Saying they lack (money for) this or that program sounds better than saying they want someone else to invest the time & effort on whatever idea they are putting up.

If I had an idea that would get me a jackpot at just the cost of some lines of code, well ....

It seems that for just about every paid app, there's a free (and sometimes better) knockoff; anyone remember when Netscape was a for-sale product?

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Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms should be the name of a convenience store, not a govnoment agency.

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Hello Gary, I agree with you, in learning to program, but the nearest town
What is the course developer is 400km away, the issue of deployment by position I just presented to the developer, as a plagiarism, to see if there is exploitation,
In improvements in your program, because it is a forum for discussion of lotteries, ideas are welcome, as the basis of mathematical lottery and 60% (ie 100% prediction) the rest random
The breakup of the trio, it seems very good, as is said lottery, jack the ripper,
Ok let's go party, ah! The objective of the forum are great debates to find a way,
Shorter, to hit a big win, the developer knows that studying or trying to forecast for the whole of a lottery, numca succeed, but in parts (trios and pairs) can hit 60% of a bet, eg 49 / 6 focus to hit 4 numbers, but to set up because
The first 4 6 tends to want to hit a 100% lottery numca we succeed, then the reverse at all, is in parts, ie pairs, trios and quartets of a lottery machines 49 / 6.
Well after playing is always a group of people, numca alone, to have better chances

Dicionário

Get a copy of the .net framework SDK free from Microsoft and get a second hand version of Visual Studio, get on the web and follow the millions of examples.

This is how I did it, no training, just jumped in.

13 years on I have a great and long term secure job coding software to test the electrical systems on planes among other things..

I am currently part of a team developing a bond test application for a passenger airliner, its interesting work and I love my job.

Just jump in, you will either take to it or you will hate it.

It has been said every software has a bug in it, it has also been said that every program can be reduced by one line of code.

There for any program can be reduced to 1 line that dont work.

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Get a copy of the .net framework SDK free from Microsoft and get a second hand version of Visual Studio, get on the web and follow the millions of examples.

This is how I did it, no training, just jumped in.

13 years on I have a great and long term secure job coding software to test the electrical systems on planes among other things..

I am currently part of a team developing a bond test application for a passenger airliner, its interesting work and I love my job.

Just jump in, you will either take to it or you will hate it.

I need somebody to make predictions for me, I just don't have the resources here, no money and the nearest bank to rob is a few blocks away, no free time, the TV programs take too much of my free time, I need somebody to turn the computer on and do all the typing on the computer's keyboard for me, while I look at the TV shows, the nearest help for this is you all who are probably hundreds or thousands of miles away, I need help, I will type here on the screen some nonsense and I want you all to take that trash and turn it into a good prediction technique and then make a program out of it or at least a spreadsheet, I can't get one of the very many free spreadsheets that can be downloaded from the Web even some little ones that are kind of clones of Excel 4 or 5, nor can I get one of so very many programming environments, such as SmallBasic, Visual Basic, SBasic, PlayBasic, Leopard, KBasic, DarkBasic, Brutus2D, BCX, XB Windows, XB, Vintage Basic, UNP Basic, RapidQ, QKR Basic, QBasic, QuickBasic, NBasic, MSBasic, IBMPCBasic, HOTBasic, GWBasic, FreeBasic, FNXBasic, EnvelopBasic, EBasic, Lazarus (Delphi), Delphi, Blassic, BBC Basic, Basica, Basic4Games, TrueBasic, Etc.

They say that "Knowledge is Power", well, I used to say that "Knowledge is software".

No, no need to steal software, there are so very many cheap and or free very good computer programs.

Don't know Math? (I don't), then maybe we can learn for free on the Internet or at a local library or buy cheap books at a used books store.

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If you can get on the Internet and download even with a slow connection speed you do have the resources.

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After years of research, analysing and testing I have finally produced a perfect mathematical algorithm for any pick 4,5,6 game.

It does not use past draw data but the entire pool to calculate the best numbers and positioning on tickets to maximize win ratios.

Please read my blog, it explains the sytem in more detail. http://blogs.lotterypost.com/developer/

If you would like me to run your numbers through my new system it I will be happy too.

Just post them here and I will post them back optimized with statistics.

Jamie

How many games have you won using your algorythym?

How many jackpots, etc?

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How many games have you won using your algorythym?

How many jackpots, etc?

No one has ever won a lottery jackpot and then came to LP to post what they did to win.  Everyone here is a "wannabe" lottery jackpot winners and can only post theories which up to now haven't worked.

* you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket *

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There's probably enough talent here to code it, once someone comes along with a working idea (that they can describe in english).

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can someone post p-3 numbers to show this works? if you cracked it, i would like to see predictions here. thank you