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# GC FL330 Page 7/Worksheet

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San Angelo, Texas
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GS FL330 Page 7 Worksheet

I'm not a preacher by trade, but a little 'preaching' about the potential benefits of a
Substiture Lottery System might be helpful at this point.

The main, primary, principle benefit of a substitution system is that winning lottery combinations
can be reduced to a distinct structure.

This workout provides a rational, logical, systematic, legitimate means whereby the lottery numbers
can be converted to structures.

Using data on certain tracking forms, a player can decide which structure has the best chance of
'coming up' in the next drawing. He or she can then use several data streams,
main the Alpha Identifier Number stream to choose which numbers have the best chance of
being in the next winning combination.

For example, if a player thinks Alpha Structure ABC is the best choice, he or she
then has to pick 3 different numbers, one from reach of three separate groups, to form a
combination for play.

Yes, the lottery numbers are determined by random methods.

However, a player using this particular strategy has every reason to believe that his or her
choices will match the winning combination.

True, it's guesswork. The matches won't happen every drawing. There will be hot and cold periods.

There will be times when frustration over 'missing by one' will cause heart burn.

But, 'you never know' what will happen next, and it's true, you have to be in to win.

This stragegy will provide the best chances to win - without having to play a large number
of combinations, as is the case with some of the other strategies posted at LP. It has worked
fr me numerous times in the past year. Of course, it has also caused plenty of frustration, when
I lose because, given a choice between two numbers, I chose the wrong one.

A word of caution.

I've noted that some players who decided to use the power of substitution for their lottery
choices have difficulty letting go of old habits. That is, they try to adapt their old ways of doing
things to a new way.

Substitution is totally different way of doing things.

There are no 'roots', no 'sums' no adding, no VTRACs, no substraction, no multiplication,
no division.

While a player can choose to track the lottery numbers by Odds and Evens, High and
Lows, these concepts have absolutely no place in the manner in which this system
helps players decide what numbers to play.

Its all about using the power of substitution according to definte set of instructions.

Time to start processing Gap combinations.

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The first step required by this strategy is the conversion of lottery numbers to Gap numbers.

The way in which the conversion is accomplished has already been described. The required
Distribution and Count Chart has been created and used for lottery numbers beginning
on Nov. 1.

We now have a continuous Gap number stream, which will be entered on Row 7 of the Worksheet.

We will now use those numbers to build several data streams that are used, in turn, to generate
the structures.

//The manner in which the data is used to choose numbers will be presented via a separate page//.

Refer to GS FL330 Page 3, which is copied here.

This post provides, using the Row/Column technique, the skeleton for the main Substitute

Lottery System worksheet.

The data is logged on a graph sheet having 30 rows and 40 columns.

INSTRUCTIONS

R2/C17 - Identify the page as the WORKSHEET

R4/C3-12 - Enter 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

R4/C29-40 - Enter 1.2.3=A, 4.5.6=B, 7.8.9=C, R=0

R5/C3-12 - Enter F1F2F3F4F5L1L2L3L4L5 (These should be aligned so that 10 is in same column
as 'F1')

R7/C2 - Enter RE (Reference number)

R8/C2 - Enter PI (Fixed Position Identifiers)

R9/C2 - Enter G# (Gap numbers)

R9/C3-12 - Enter 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0

R10/C2 - Enter AL (Alpha Identifier, Letter components)

R11/C2 - Enter A# (Alpha Identifier, Number components)

R12/C2 - Enter S# (Numerical structure numbers)

R28/C3-12 - Enter F1F2F3F4F5L1L2L3L4L5

Explanations:

All of the streams have names and a purpose.

Basically, this form provides the means whereby a Gap number is converted to what is called a
Position Identifier, which, in turn, is then used to generate another stream called Alpha Identifier which has
two components.

The PID has a Fixed version, which is shown above, and a 'Hot' version, which will vary according to the
specific data being logged. This will be explained by example.

The AID components are 1A2A3A; 4B5B6B; 7C8C9C; and OR. These can be logged as A1A2A3, B4B5B6, C7C8C9 and R0.

The Letter component stream (Row 8) is used to form the Alpha Structures. There are 64 of them
representing 1000 straight lottery combinations.

Ex: AAA, AAB, BAB, CCA, etc. These are logged and tracked separately.

The Number component (Row9) is used to form the Number Structures. There are 20 of them. These are logged and tracked.

Ex: 1200, 2010, etc.

Each number structure is a substitute for a distinct Alpha Structure.

For example, 1200 = 1 A, 2 Bs, Zero Cs and zero R (ABB); 2010 = 2 As, zero Bs, 1 C and zero R (AAC).

Conversely, AAA = 3000; ABC = 1110; BCC = 0120, etc.

The AID numbers are logged in 3 books - A Book, B Book, and C/R Book. These will be explained later.

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Referring to the Distribution and Count Chart, the initial Gap number combination to be processed is:

Lottery Number = 891

Gap Number = 293

Using the Row/Column reference technique:

Enter GAP combination 293 in Worksheet graph cells at Row 7/Col 13,14,15.

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DETERMINING THE PID

Counting from right to left in Row 7, count the number of Active Cells between G#2 and the '#2' already

in the stream.

The count is

'9'. This is a Fixed PID reference number and is entered into the cell at R5/C13.

The ' 2' that was aleady in the stream is Marked Off, making it an INACTIVE CELL.

Counting right to Left in Row 7, count the number of Active Cells between G#9 and the '#9' already in the

stream.

The count is

3. This is a reference number and is entered into the cell at R5/C14.

The '9' that was already in the stream is Marked off.

Counting right to left, count the number of active cells between G#3 and the '#3' already in the stream.

The count is

'9'. This a reference number and is entered into the cell at R5/C15.

The '3' that was already in the stream is marked off.

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Refer to the Fixed PID stream data in Rows 2 and 3.

Note that Reference number

'9' and PID 'F2' are aligned. Therefore, enter 'F2' into the cell at R6/C13.

Note that Reference number

'3'' and PID 'L3' are aligned. Therefore, enter 'L3' into the cell at R6/C14.

Note that Reference number '

9 and PID 'F2' are aligned. Therefore, enter 'F2' into the cell at R6/C15

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DETERMINING THE AID

Enter

'F2' into the cell at Row 25 and Col 13

Counting right to left, count the number of active cells between the added 'F2' and the 'F2' already

in the stream.

The count is

'9', which is placed into the cell at R9/C13.

The 'F2' that was already in the stream is marked off.

Enter

'L3' in the cell at Row 25 and Col 14.

Counting from right to left, count the number of activer cells between the added 'L3' and the 'L3'

The count is

'4', which is placed into the cell at R9/C14.

The 'L3' that was already in the stream is marked off.

Enter

'F2' into the cell at Row 25, Col 13.

Counting right to left, count the numer of active cells between the added 'F2' and the 'F2' already in the

stream.

The count is

'2', which is placed in the cell at R9/C15.

The 'F2' that was already in the stream is marked off.

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Referring to the sequence given on Row 2 at top of the form.

According to the sequence,

AID#9' is a 'C'.

Enter

'C' into the cell at Row 8 and Col 13.

According to the sequence,

AID#4'is a 'B'.

Enter

'B' into the cell at Row 8 and Col 14.

According to the sequence,

'AID#2' is an 'A'.

Enter 'A' into the cell at Row 8 and Col 15.

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The Alpha structure for lottery number

'891' and Gap number '293' is 'CBA'

Note: This is a dynamic workout. Therefore, Gap number 293 could produce a different Alpha

structure for future drawings.

The Alpha number structure for Alpha structure 'CBA' is 1110 (1 A, 1 B, 1 C)

Enter 1 at R10/13; 1 at R10/C14, and 10 at Row 10/ Cell 15.

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The tracking and trend logs described in other pages should be updated.

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According to the D&C chart, the next Gap number to be processed is

'169'

Enter '169' on Row 7/C16,17,18

Count the number of active cells between the '1' and the '1' already in the stream.

The count is 10

Enter '10' in cell R5/C16.

Mark off the '1' that was already in stream.

Count the number of active cells between the '6' and the '6' already in the stream.

The count is 8

Enter '8' in cell R5/C17

Mark off the '6' that was already in the stream.

Count the number of active cells between the '9'and '9' already in the stream.

The count is '4'

Enter '4' in cell R5/C18

Mark off the '9' that was already in the stream.

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Refer to the Fixed PID cells on Rows 2 and 3

Note that reference number 10 and F1 are aligned. Therefore, into F1 into R6/C16.

Note that reference number 8 and F3 are aligned. Therefore, enter F3 into R6/C17

Note that reference number 4 and L2 are aligned. Therefore, enter L2 into R6/C18.

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Determining the AID

Enter F1 at Row 25/C16

Enter F3 at Row 25/C17

Enter L2 at Row 25/C18

Count the number of active cells between the F1 added to the stream and the F1 already in the stream.

The count is 6

Enter 6 at R9/C16.

Mark off the F1 that was in the stream.

Count the number of active cells between the F3 added to the stream and the F3 already in the stream.

The count is 9.

Enter 9 at R9/C17

Mark off the F3 that was already in the stream.

Count the number of active cells between the L2 added to the stream and F3 already in the stream.

The count is 7.

Enter 7 at R9/C18

Mark off the F3 that was already in the stream.

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Determine the Alpha structure using the AID reference data on Row 2.

According to the data, AID#6 is a 'B'

Enter a 'B' at R8/C16.

According tothe data, AID#9 is a 'C'

Enter a 'C' at R8/C17

According to the data, AID#7 is a 'C'

Enter a 'C' at R8/C18

The Alpha structure for Gap combintion 169 is 'RCC'

The Alpha number structure for RCC is 0021(No As, No Bs, 2Cs, 1R)

Enter 0 at R10/C16, 0 at R10/C17, 21 at R10/C18.

Update the tracking and trend logs.

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The remaining and additional Gap combinations are processed EXACTLY as described.

Yes, the processing is involved, but will eventually become what is known as a 'piece of cake.'

Remember, there can only be 10 active cells in a stream.

A problem some so-called Newbies have with worksheet is that they forget to mark off
cells that change from Active to Inactive.

This concludes Worksheet entries for this post.

If anyone has problems, they need to contact me via Post or IM as soon as possible.

The Gap combinations have to be processed as quickly as possible.

If you delay, put it off, or whatever, you will soon be so far behind that you might not want to
continue using this strategy, and that would be a great loss for you.

Note: There may be some errors, or typos, in this Post but nothing that can't be
corrected without too much difficulty.

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Here is a correction regarding processing Gap combination '169'

The following is the corrected version.

According to the D&C chart, the next Gap number to be processed is

'169'

Enter '169' on Row 7/C16,17,18

Count the number of active cells between the '1' and the '1' already in the stream.

The count is 10

Enter '10' in cell R5/C16.

Mark off the '1' that was already in stream.

Count the number of active cells between the '6' and the '6' already in the stream.

The count is 8

Enter '8' in cell R5/C17

Mark off the '6' that was already in the stream.

Count the number of active cells between the '9'and '9' already in the stream.

The count is '4'

Enter '4' in cell R5/C18

Mark off the '9' that was already in the stream.

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Refer to the Fixed PID cells on Rows 2 and 3

Note that reference number 10 and F1 are aligned. Therefore, into F1 into R6/C16.

Note that reference number 8 and F3 are aligned. Therefore, enter F3 into R6/C17

Note that reference number 4 and L2 are aligned. Therefore, enter L2 into R6/C18.

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Determining the AID

Enter F1 at Row 25/C16

Enter F3 at Row 25/C17

Enter L2 at Row 25/C18

Count the number of active cells between the F1 added to the stream and the F1 already in the stream.

The count is 10

Enter 0 at R9/C16.

Mark off the F1 that was in the stream.

Count the number of active cells between the F3 added to the stream and the F3 already in the stream.

The count is 10.

Enter 0 at R9/C17

Mark off the F3 that was already in the stream.

Count the number of active cells between the L2 added to the stream and the L2 already in the stream.

The count is 7.

Enter 7 at R9/C18

Mark off the F3 that was already in the stream.

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Determine the Alpha structure using the AID reference data on Row 2.

According to the data, AID#0 is a 'R'

Enter a 'R' at R8/C16.

According to the data, AID#0 is a 'R'

Enter a 'R' at R8/C17

According to the data, AID#7 is a 'C'

Enter a 'C' at R8/C18

The Alpha structure for Gap combintion 169 is 'RRC'

The Alpha number structure for RRC is 0021 (No As, No Bs, 1C. 2Rs)

Enter 0 at R10/C16, 0 at R10/C17, 12 at R10/C18.

Update the tracking and trend logs.

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The remaining and additional Gap combinations are processed EXACTLY as described.

Yes, the processing is involved, but will eventually become what is known as a 'piece of cake.'

Remember, there can only be 10 active cells in a stream.

A problem some so-called Newbies have with the Worksheet is that they forget to mark off
cells that change from Active to Inactive.

((VERY TRUE, AS I'VE JUST LEARNED!!))

I've checked this several times. I'm sure it's correct.

This concludes Worksheet entries for this post.

If anyone has problems they should contact me soon via Post or IM.

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Example of frustration that comes with playing the lottery.

I have a Substitute Lottery System (GC TX440) for Texas Daily4.

I play 4 sets every drawing.

Last night, the winning numbers were 3814.

I played 1435, Box/Straight \$1

Missed \$100 by one number.

Grrrrr!

My one number miss came about because I chose the wrong number
from the 'C/R Book'

Here is what I was looking at:

......AI....TO....L#....TO....
......7C....25.....0....10....
......8C.....2.....8....21....
......0R....10.....3.....2....

I usually base by choices on numerical structure 1111 or ABCR

Last night, I played Alpha Structure 'BARC'

....B...A...R...C..
....6...3...0...8..
....1...4...3...5..

I correctly guessed the 6B, 3A.
The 0R is an automatic 3

The correct choice for 'C' is 'C9'

Choosing 8C cost me \$100 plus \$1 for the ticket!!

My choices were guided/influenced by the "C" Book History
stream.

You will recall that said the stream is broken in

Too much data to show here.

A problem with Texas Daily4 is the doubles.
Unfortunately, I haven't found a way to handle them.

When you (generic) get your FL330 set up, you will
want to go to FL440. Choosing numbers seems easier.

I'm taking a break.

Have two football games to watch.
Also, have 4 lottery games to up-date.

I'm using GS for Texas Two-Step, and I'm struggling
with the data base. It will get better soon, I hope.

Hope your favorite team wins today!

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Example of frustration that comes with playing the lottery.

I have a Substitute Lottery System (GC TX440) for Texas Daily4.

I play 4 sets every drawing.

Last night, the winning numbers were 3814.

I played 1435, Box/Straight \$1

Missed \$100 by one number.

Grrrrr!

My one number miss came about because I chose the wrong number
from the 'C/R Book'

Here is what I was looking at:

......AI....TO....L#....TO....
......7C....25.....0....10....
......8C.....2.....8....21....
......0R....10.....3.....2....

I usually base by choices on numerical structure 1111 or ABCR

Last night, I played Alpha Structure 'BARC'

....B...A...R...C..
....6...3...0...8..
....1...4...3...5..

I correctly guessed the 6B, 3A.
The 0R is an automatic 3

The correct choice for 'C' is 'C9'

Choosing 8C cost me \$100 plus \$1 for the ticket!!

My choices were guided/influenced by the "C" Book History
stream.

You will recall that said the stream is broken in

Too much data to show here.

A problem with Texas Daily4 is the doubles.
Unfortunately, I haven't found a way to handle them.

When you (generic) get your FL330 set up, you will
want to go to FL440. Choosing numbers seems easier.

I'm taking a break.

Have two football games to watch.
Also, have 4 lottery games to up-date.

I'm using GS for Texas Two-Step, and I'm struggling
with the data base. It will get better soon, I hope.

Hope your favorite team wins today!

Good work bobby and let us know when the upload for this is complete.  I'm ready to try for NM.  Go cowboys!

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Example of frustration that comes with playing the lottery.

I have a Substitute Lottery System (GC TX440) for Texas Daily4.

I play 4 sets every drawing.

Last night, the winning numbers were 3814.

I played 1435, Box/Straight \$1

Missed \$100 by one number.

Grrrrr!

My one number miss came about because I chose the wrong number
from the 'C/R Book'

Here is what I was looking at:

......AI....TO....L#....TO....
......7C....25.....0....10....
......8C.....2.....8....21....
......0R....10.....3.....2....

I usually base by choices on numerical structure 1111 or ABCR

Last night, I played Alpha Structure 'BARC'

....B...A...R...C..
....6...3...0...8..
....1...4...3...5..

I correctly guessed the 6B, 3A.
The 0R is an automatic 3

The correct choice for 'C' is 'C9'

Choosing 8C cost me \$100 plus \$1 for the ticket!!

My choices were guided/influenced by the "C" Book History
stream.

You will recall that said the stream is broken in

Too much data to show here.

A problem with Texas Daily4 is the doubles.
Unfortunately, I haven't found a way to handle them.

When you (generic) get your FL330 set up, you will
want to go to FL440. Choosing numbers seems easier.

I'm taking a break.

Have two football games to watch.
Also, have 4 lottery games to up-date.

I'm using GS for Texas Two-Step, and I'm struggling
with the data base. It will get better soon, I hope.

Hope your favorite team wins today!

I just noticed that a line of data is missing from this example.

This is correct version.

....AI....TO....L#....TO
....7C...25......0....10
....8C....5......5.....3
....9C....2.......8....21
....0R..10.......3....#

I think I need a new keyboard!!

Way to Go Dallas!

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I have completed processing the Gap combinations using my graph paper Worksheet.

Instead of typing in all of the results, I'm going to provide only the first two combinations
293 and 169.

I'll give the results for the last two combinations - 945 and 871.

There is just too much data and I'd probably screw it up.

If you have followed my instructions, you should have the same results. If not, we will
have to try and resolve it.

RE:  939         084
PI: F2L3F2      F1F3L2
G#: 293         169
AI: CBA          RRC
A#: 942         007
S#: 1110       0012

RE: 745          668
PI: F4L2L1      F5F5F3
G#: 945         871
AI: BBR           CAC
A#: 550         818
S#: 0201       1020

Note: I have not developed a way to use the Reference Numbers in the
number selection process, therefore, there  won't be any tracking
for those combinations.

Assuming all of the tracking and inventory forms are completed.

The next step is description of the Books,  A, B and CR.
These are best logged on graph paper rather than computer. You could go
crazy trying to make choices while switching pages on the PC

Mine are on graph paper and are easy to use.
I can take them when I go out, I can get comfortable in bed, etc,
while studying the History streams, of which there are several.

These are the AI# streams

The Books provide the data you need to make good choices.
They are the 'money' books, the place where the keys to lottery banks
are hidden.

It will take me some time to give you the skeletons (outlines) for these pages
There are a dozen or so. You will need lot of graph paper.

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Here are the 3 charts after the first draw.

Conversion chart

 R3 R4 # G # G LT LR # R5 0 0 R6 1 1 1 1 R7 2 2 R8 3 3 R9 4 4 R10 5 5 R11 6 6 R12 7 7 R13 8 1 1 8 R14 9 1 1 9 R15 8 2 3 R16 1 9 R17 9 3 R18 LT LR G R19 1 R20 1 1 2 R21 1 1 3 R22 4 R23 5 R24 6 R25 7 R26 8 R27 1 1 9 R28 0 R29 3 R30 LT CR DBLS R31 0 R32 1 R33 2 R34 3 R35 4 R36 5 R37 6 R38 7 R39 8 R40 9
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Second Chart

Track Lottery Draws & Gap

 R1C1 C2 C3 C4 C5 R2 R3 Draws 8 1 9 R4 0 1 2 3 R5 1 1 # 3 R6 2 1 2 3 R7 3 1 2 4 R8 4 1 2 3 R9 5 1 2 3 R10 6 1 2 3 R11 7 1 2 3 R12 8 # 2 3 R13 9 1 2 # R14 S 1 2 3 R15 R16 Gap 2 9 3 R17 1 1 2 3 R18 2 # 2 3 R19 3 1 2 # R20 4 1 2 3 R21 5 1 2 3 R22 6 1 2 3 R23 7 1 2 3 R24 8 1 1 2 R25 9 1 # 1 R26 0 1 2 3 R27 S 1 2 3
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Third Chart

Worksheet

Bobby623, I'm trying to help.

I think, I have your instructions figured out. If not let me know.

 R1C1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10 C11 C12 C13 C14 C15 C16 R2 R3 R C C C B B B A A A R4 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 R5 F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 L1 L2 L3 L4 L5 R6 R7 RE 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 9 3 9 R8 PI F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 L1 L2 L3 L4 L5 F2 L3 F2 R9 G# 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 2 9 3 R10 AL A A A B B B C C C R C B A R11 A# 9 4 2 R12 S# 1 1 10 R13 R14 R15 R16 R17 R18 R19 R20 R21 R22 R23 R24 R25 R26 R27 R28 F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 L1 L2 L3 L4 L5 F2 L3 F2 R29
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Scrooge

Outstanding work.

Only suggestion is that Row 3 should read:: 1.2.3=A, 4.5.6=B, 7.8.9=C, 0R

It's there as a guide/reminder for the data entered on Row 10.

Are you going to go ahead and process the remaining Gap Combinations??

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bobby623

Do you keep an active cell for ....

RE
AI
A#
S#

??????

For Fixed PI line(not the chart on top that you keep as guide), you only keep the last 10 results?

"It's evolve or die, really, you have to evolve, you have to move on otherwise it just becomes stagnant."

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Teamprofit

Not sure of the question.

You will always have 10 active cells for the lines you mentioned. They are updated as you process new lottery numbers on the
Worksheet.

The Reference numbers are logged and there is a running stream, but I've not found a way to use the data for predictions.
The help when you are correcting error or omissions.

Besides, the A# number stream is the most valuable, and is used to guide the prediction process.  See the Playbook post.

Hope this helps?

Bobby

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 Posted: November 22, 2011, 5:22 pm - IP Logged

This is what I have so far, not including todays draw. Nov 1-21

 Lottery Gap PI AI 819 293 F2L3F2 9C4B2A 952 169 F1F3L2 0R0R7C 988 351 L2F2L1 1A4B8C 944 281 F5F3L3 9C5B7C 504 503 L2F3F5 6B3A4B 638 907 F4L3F2 0R5B7C 452 468 F1F1F2 8C1A2A 826 426 L3F1L2 3A3A7C 990 818 L2F1L4 1A2A0R 091 129 L4L2F3 1A3A8C 343 992 L5L5L4 0R1A4B 304 153 L3F1F1 6B6B1A 891 866 F5F4L5 9C9C6B 434 462 F3L4F4 7C7C4B 706 078 F1F1F5 6B1A6B 208 939 F1F3L4 2A5B5B 699 491 F3L4F1 2A2A3A 711 691 F2L3L3 9C8C1A 201 773 F4L5F5 7C8C8C 416 827 F4F2L2 3A5B9C 468 328 L2L3L2 1A6B2A 211 651 F4F1F4 4B7C2A 488 541 L4F2L3 8C6B6B 558 012 F1L4F4 5B4B5B 020 762 F2F4L3 5B2A5B 829 339 F2L5F1 3A8C6B 102 754 L1F2F2 0R4B1A 744 981 L2F1F2 8C4B3A 372 034 F1F3F5 2A0R0R 561 908 F5L2F5 1A5B2A 274 457 L2F4F3 2A9C4B 214 343 F4L2L4 2A3A0R 314 733 L3L4L5 0R2A0R 932 945 F4L2L1 5B5B0R 577 871 F5F5F3 8C1A8C 307 493 L1F5F4 3A3A5B 820 064 F3F1L1 4B9C5B 689 048 L3L4F3 9C9C5B 903 147 F4L3F3 6B4B3A 776 716 L5L3F5 9C3A8C 067 423 L2F1F3 9C9C6B 980 565 F1L1L4 2A9C9C

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 Posted: November 22, 2011, 8:37 pm - IP Logged

Hi Bobby623,

I'll keep working on this for a while.

Here is a structered number chart. I just cannot paste a chart like it looks on my PC.

Anyway, Someone may use this

 A A A 3 0 0 0 A A B A B A B A A 2 1 0 0 A A C A C A C A A 2 0 1 0 A A R A R A R A A 2 0 0 1 A B B B A B B B A 1 2 0 0 A B C A C B B C A C A B B A C C B A 1 1 1 0 A B R A R B B R A R A B R B A B A R 1 1 0 1 A C C C A C C C A 1 0 2 0 A C R A R C C A R C R A R A C R C A 1 0 1 1 B B B 0 3 0 0 B B C B C B C B B 0 2 1 0 B B R B R B R B B 0 2 0 1 B C C C B C C C B 0 1 2 0 B C R B R C C B R R B C C R B R C B 0 1 1 1 C C C 0 0 3 0 C C R C R C R C C 0 0 2 1 R R A R A R A R R 1 0 0 2 R R B R B R B R R 0 1 0 2 R R C R C R C R R 0 0 1 2 R R R 0 0 0 3
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 Posted: November 22, 2011, 8:45 pm - IP Logged

Worksheet after 10 draws.

I'm using a yellow color to cross out used squares, but it won't show up.

 R3 1   2 3 = A,   4   5 6 = B,     7 8 9 = C,   R = 0 R4 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 R5 F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 L1 L2 L3 L4 L5 R6 R7 RE 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 9 3 9 10 8 4 4 8 5 6 8 3 4 8 6 7 3 9 10 10 9 3 10 4 4 10 2 2 4 8 R8 PI F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 L1 L2 L3 L4 L5 F2 L3 F2 F1 F3 L2 L2 F3 L1 F5 F3 L3 L2 F3 F5 F4 L3 F2 F1 F1 F2 L3 F1 L2 L2 F1 L4 L4 L2 F3 R9 G# 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 2 9 3 1 6 9 3 5 1 2 8 1 5 0 3 9 0 7 4 6 8 4 2 6 8 1 8 1 2 9 R10 AL A A A B B B C C C R C B A R R C A B A C A C B A B R A C C A A A A C A A R A A C R11 A#. . . . . . . . . . . 9 4 2 0 0 7 1 2 8 9 3 7 5 3 4 0 3 8 8 1 2 3 3 7 1 2 0 1 3 8 R12 S#. . . . . . . . . . . 1   1   1 0 0   0   1 2 2   1   0 0 1   0   2 0 1   2   0 0 1   0   1 1 2   0   1 1 2   0   1 0 2   0   0 1 2   0   1 0 R13 R14 Draws . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . 2 . . 3 . . 4 . . 5 . . 6 . . 7 . . 8 . . 9 . . 10 R15 R16 F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 L1 L2 L3 L4 L5 F2 L3 F2 F1 F3 L2 L2 F3 L1 F5 F3 L3 L2 F3 F5 F4 L3 F2 F1 F1 F2 L3 F1 L2 L2 F1 L4 L4 L2 F3

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