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# GS FL330 - The 'A' Book

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San Angelo, Texas
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GS FL330 - Book A

History

You will need 5 sheets of graph paper.

Page 1

Row 2 Col 3-? - Enter HAIDS 1A 2A 3A
Row 2 Col A Col 14 - Enter "A Book"

In Upper corner enter: Data from Worksheet Line A#

Draw a line across the page at Row 31

R33-34 Col 3 Enter 1 2 3

R37 Col 4 Enter 1

R38-40 Col 3 Enter 1 2 3

Row 37 Col 14 Enter 2
Row 38-40 Col 13 Enter 1 2 3

Row 37 Col 24 Enter 3

Explanation:

This is a History page showing Followers for A# 1 2 3.
The data is on the A# line on the Worksheet.

The bottom of the Form is for logging/inventory of single digits,
and pairs 11, 12, 13,  21, 22, 23  and 31 32 33.

Here is the A# data for the Fl Cash 3 combinations we have processed thus far.

Starting at Row 4, Col 3.

Note: Im showing the numbers in horizontal form.

It would be logged in the column on actual page.

Note: The A# stream begins with 942 ....

We only want 1 2 3 in exactly the order in which they occurred.

21312331213311321222312122231321222321

This is a start up so we have to start from the top of the stream.

Count and Log the single digits.

My totals are:

1 - 12
2 - 16
3 - 7

Log the Pairs.

First pair is 21, the second is 13, the third 31,  etc

My totals are:

11 - 1  21 - 6  31 - 5
12 - 5  22 - 6  32 - 3
13 - 4  23 - 4  33 - 2

The last pair in the steam is 21

If there is an A in next drawing, the appropriate number  would be added to the bottom of the stream, and the inventories updated accordingly

It's said that there are no patterns in lotteries. Beg to differ.
You may have already spotted something useful.

Page 2 - Triples

Same heading as for Page 1

Row 3 Col 3 Enter 11
Row 3 Col 6 Enter 12
Row 3 Col 9 Enter 13
Row 3 Col 12 Enter 21
Row 3 Col 15 Enter 22
Row 3 Col 18 Enter 23
Row 3 Col 21 Enter 31
Row 3 Col 24 Enter 32
Row 3 Col 27 Enter 33.

Referring to the History stream given above, convert the Pairs listed to Triples.

For example.

The first pair is 21.
The next digit is 3
Thus Triple 213.

Row 4 Col 12 - Enter 3.

The second pair is 13
The next digit is 1
Thus next triple is 131

Row 4 Col 9  Enter 1

Convert and log the remaining digits.

The last triple is 321.(end of the column)

The next triple begins with 21.

This is Follower information that is very useful.

For example. If you are looking for an A number, you would look at the END of the stream, which is 21,

The question is What's next?

You examine the Followers under 21 for clues.

You would see 33223

Not much to work with, but we are just starting. When you process more Gap numbers and add more data,
you will have better choices.

Take a look at some of the followers.  For example, look at 22 - 232323!

Page 3

Row 4 Col 2 Enter 111
Row 4 Col 5 Enter 112
Row 4 Col 8 Enter 113
Row 4 Col 11 Enter 211
Row 4 Col 14 Enter 212
Row 4 Col 17 Enter 213
Row 4 Col 20 Enter 311
Row 4 Col 23 Enter 312
Row 4 Col 26 Enter 313

The first Quad for the stream above is 2131, the second is 1312, the third is 3123   etc

Row 4 Col 2 - Enter 121
Row 4 Col 5 - Enter 122
Row 4 Col 8 - Enter 123
Row 4 Col 11 - Enter 221
Row 4 Col 14 - Enter 222
Row 4 Col 17 - Enter 223
Row 4 Col 20 - Enter 321
Row 4 Col 23 - Enter 322
Row 4 Col 26 - Enter 323

Row 4 Col 2 - Enter 131
Row 4 Col 5 - Enter 132
Row 4 Col 8 - Enter 133
Row 4 Col 11 - Enter 231
Row 4 Col 14 - Enter 232
Row 4 Col 17 - Enter 233
Row 4 Col 20 - Enter 331
Row 4 Col 23 - Enter 332
Row 4 Col 26 - Enter 333

Referring to the stream.
The last 3 digits are 321.

The question becomes, what's next, what are the possible followers?

Referring to 321 and we see two followers, 2 and 2,

I need an A number. What's the best choice?

Evaluating the Pair, Triples and Quads, I would probably  choose 3. but we don't have the complete picture.

On our Play Worksheet,  not yet provided, we have the Time Out data for 1A 2A 3A.
We also have the Time Out data for the Lottery numbers.
We have other information - to be e xplained later.

If I stick with 3,  which is the same as 3A. the play worksheet would tell me what Lottery number to play

We have to make choices.

These data sheets  help us make a choice, hopefully the right one.

I probably made some mistakes typing this info, I trust you can
figure out what the correct data should be.

FL
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GS FL330 - Book A

History

You will need 5 sheets of graph paper.

Page 1

Row 2 Col 3-? - Enter HAIDS 1A 2A 3A
Row 2 Col A Col 14 - Enter "A Book"

In Upper corner enter: Data from Worksheet Line A#

Draw a line across the page at Row 31

R33-34 Col 3 Enter 1 2 3

R37 Col 4 Enter 1

R38-40 Col 3 Enter 1 2 3

Row 37 Col 14 Enter 2
Row 38-40 Col 13 Enter 1 2 3

Row 37 Col 24 Enter 3

Explanation:

This is a History page showing Followers for A# 1 2 3.
The data is on the A# line on the Worksheet.

The bottom of the Form is for logging/inventory of single digits,
and pairs 11, 12, 13,  21, 22, 23  and 31 32 33.

Here is the A# data for the Fl Cash 3 combinations we have processed thus far.

Starting at Row 4, Col 3.

Note: Im showing the numbers in horizontal form.

It would be logged in the column on actual page.

Note: The A# stream begins with 942 ....

We only want 1 2 3 in exactly the order in which they occurred.

21312331213311321222312122231321222321

This is a start up so we have to start from the top of the stream.

Count and Log the single digits.

My totals are:

1 - 12
2 - 16
3 - 7

Log the Pairs.

First pair is 21, the second is 13, the third 31,  etc

My totals are:

11 - 1  21 - 6  31 - 5
12 - 5  22 - 6  32 - 3
13 - 4  23 - 4  33 - 2

The last pair in the steam is 21

If there is an A in next drawing, the appropriate number  would be added to the bottom of the stream, and the inventories updated accordingly

It's said that there are no patterns in lotteries. Beg to differ.
You may have already spotted something useful.

Page 2 - Triples

Same heading as for Page 1

Row 3 Col 3 Enter 11
Row 3 Col 6 Enter 12
Row 3 Col 9 Enter 13
Row 3 Col 12 Enter 21
Row 3 Col 15 Enter 22
Row 3 Col 18 Enter 23
Row 3 Col 21 Enter 31
Row 3 Col 24 Enter 32
Row 3 Col 27 Enter 33.

Referring to the History stream given above, convert the Pairs listed to Triples.

For example.

The first pair is 21.
The next digit is 3
Thus Triple 213.

Row 4 Col 12 - Enter 3.

The second pair is 13
The next digit is 1
Thus next triple is 131

Row 4 Col 9  Enter 1

Convert and log the remaining digits.

The last triple is 321.(end of the column)

The next triple begins with 21.

This is Follower information that is very useful.

For example. If you are looking for an A number, you would look at the END of the stream, which is 21,

The question is What's next?

You examine the Followers under 21 for clues.

You would see 33223

Not much to work with, but we are just starting. When you process more Gap numbers and add more data,
you will have better choices.

Take a look at some of the followers.  For example, look at 22 - 232323!

Page 3

Row 4 Col 2 Enter 111
Row 4 Col 5 Enter 112
Row 4 Col 8 Enter 113
Row 4 Col 11 Enter 211
Row 4 Col 14 Enter 212
Row 4 Col 17 Enter 213
Row 4 Col 20 Enter 311
Row 4 Col 23 Enter 312
Row 4 Col 26 Enter 313

The first Quad for the stream above is 2131, the second is 1312, the third is 3123   etc

Row 4 Col 2 - Enter 121
Row 4 Col 5 - Enter 122
Row 4 Col 8 - Enter 123
Row 4 Col 11 - Enter 221
Row 4 Col 14 - Enter 222
Row 4 Col 17 - Enter 223
Row 4 Col 20 - Enter 321
Row 4 Col 23 - Enter 322
Row 4 Col 26 - Enter 323

Row 4 Col 2 - Enter 131
Row 4 Col 5 - Enter 132
Row 4 Col 8 - Enter 133
Row 4 Col 11 - Enter 231
Row 4 Col 14 - Enter 232
Row 4 Col 17 - Enter 233
Row 4 Col 20 - Enter 331
Row 4 Col 23 - Enter 332
Row 4 Col 26 - Enter 333

Referring to the stream.
The last 3 digits are 321.

The question becomes, what's next, what are the possible followers?

Referring to 321 and we see two followers, 2 and 2,

I need an A number. What's the best choice?

Evaluating the Pair, Triples and Quads, I would probably  choose 3. but we don't have the complete picture.

On our Play Worksheet,  not yet provided, we have the Time Out data for 1A 2A 3A.
We also have the Time Out data for the Lottery numbers.
We have other information - to be e xplained later.

If I stick with 3,  which is the same as 3A. the play worksheet would tell me what Lottery number to play

We have to make choices.

These data sheets  help us make a choice, hopefully the right one.

I probably made some mistakes typing this info, I trust you can
figure out what the correct data should be.

Can you post an image of a plain graph sheet we this all set up?  To get a better idea on how it should look

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

FL
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I set it up a little different, I did everything  in one page.  Here is an image(does not include todays draw)...

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

San Angelo, Texas
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Treamprofit

This is great stuff

I have to update and scan graph paper sheets.
Automation will greatly reduce the workload.

Looks like this you will have several graph pages reduced to where you can see all the data on one PC screen.

When in use, you are only interested in looking at the triples  (Pair + 1) and Quads (Triple + 1)

Been my experience with TX330 is that the inventory totals for the individual digits and pairs are too flat to use for prediction.

But, the triples (maybe this is wrong word) and quads really tell a story.

In my TX440, I have some really long streams. I have found several repeat patterns that led me to the
right number.

When you evaluate the Playbook and work with the Cs you will see a long repeat pattern.
I'm not sure how to interpret it. But, we don't have much data to work with at this point.

The importance of the Follower streams is that you can see way back into the past without having to go to through a lot of clutter.

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Treamprofit

This is great stuff

I have to update and scan graph paper sheets.
Automation will greatly reduce the workload.

Looks like this you will have several graph pages reduced to where you can see all the data on one PC screen.

When in use, you are only interested in looking at the triples  (Pair + 1) and Quads (Triple + 1)

Been my experience with TX330 is that the inventory totals for the individual digits and pairs are too flat to use for prediction.

But, the triples (maybe this is wrong word) and quads really tell a story.

In my TX440, I have some really long streams. I have found several repeat patterns that led me to the
right number.

When you evaluate the Playbook and work with the Cs you will see a long repeat pattern.
I'm not sure how to interpret it. But, we don't have much data to work with at this point.

The importance of the Follower streams is that you can see way back into the past without having to go to through a lot of clutter.

Thanks!!! I do believe it'll be much easier if the information is together in one place...The Followers for the triples and quads seem to work pretty well with this method.

I noticed that for the quads you only have 18 possible combos

Quote

Row 4 Col 2 - Enter 121
Row 4 Col 5 - Enter 122
Row 4 Col 8 - Enter 123
Row 4 Col 11 - Enter 221
Row 4 Col 14 - Enter 222
Row 4 Col 17 - Enter 223
Row 4 Col 20 - Enter 321
Row 4 Col 23 - Enter 322
Row 4 Col 26 - Enter 323

Row 4 Col 2 - Enter 131
Row 4 Col 5 - Enter 132
Row 4 Col 8 - Enter 133
Row 4 Col 11 - Enter 231
Row 4 Col 14 - Enter 232
Row 4 Col 17 - Enter 233
Row 4 Col 20 - Enter 331
Row 4 Col 23 - Enter 332
Row 4 Col 26 - Enter 333

End Quote

There are a total of 27 different combos and you only showed 18, is this intentional or did you just miss that??

All 27 below

123
132
213
231
312
321
112
121
211
113
131
311
122
212
221
133
313
331
223
232
322
233
323
332
111
222
333

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

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You must have a lot of time on your hands .. I have never seen any of this produce a winning number...

San Angelo, Texas
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Row 4 Col 2 Enter 111
Row 4 Col 5 Enter 112
Row 4 Col 8 Enter 113
Row 4 Col 11 Enter 211
Row 4 Col 14 Enter 212
Row 4 Col 17 Enter 213
Row 4 Col 20 Enter 311
Row 4 Col 23 Enter 312
Row 4 Col 26 Enter 313

The first Quad for the stream above is 2131, the second is 1312, the third is 3123   etc

Row 4 Col 2 - Enter 121
Row 4 Col 5 - Enter 122
Row 4 Col 8 - Enter 123
Row 4 Col 11 - Enter 221
Row 4 Col 14 - Enter 222
Row 4 Col 17 - Enter 223
Row 4 Col 20 - Enter 321
Row 4 Col 23 - Enter 322
Row 4 Col 26 - Enter 323

Row 4 Col 2 - Enter 131
Row 4 Col 5 - Enter 132
Row 4 Col 8 - Enter 133
Row 4 Col 11 - Enter 231
Row 4 Col 14 - Enter 232
Row 4 Col 17 - Enter 233
Row 4 Col 20 - Enter 331
Row 4 Col 23 - Enter 332
Row 4 Col 26 - Enter 333

Copied from original post - I see 27!

San Angelo, Texas
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You must have a lot of time on your hands .. I have never seen any of this produce a winning number...

If I could post copy of three winning tickets for GS TX330 and GS TX440 I'm holding.
One is for \$290, two for \$100 each.

I've cashed in about \$300 worth of tickets in the past month or so.

Yes, I have plenty of free time. However, only about 2 hours per day is spent logging and predicting.

What you may not have considered is that all of the posts are necessary for folks who are doing 'start up'
work, and converting to Excel to automat the logging. Once they have it down and can make predictions,
they won't be using up much time, I won't be clogging up the Lottery Systems page.

This is a completely new way of doing things. Patience is a virtue.

Why don't you give it a try?

Happy Thanksgiving

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You must have a lot of time on your hands .. I have never seen any of this produce a winning number...

For lots of LP members, writing and thinking about how to win a lottery is entertaining and they'll probably never produce any more winning numbers than some one who spends the same amount of time just watching TV, but if it makes them happy that gotta count for something.

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

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