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Posted: March 13, 2012, 2:13 pm - IP Logged

Put your state or regional RNG 5/6 digit lottery on an EXCEL DATABASE and then FILTER. You should have date of drawing, the 5/6 numbers selected (from lowest to highest), and your number field (where each number gets its cell). This is very important for bringing your predictability level to new hieghts.

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    Posted: March 13, 2012, 10:07 pm - IP Logged

    Who does not do this?

    Only by recording each individual number in a individual cell can you manipulate the data to find trends, patterns, Bell curves, and so on.  If you record all the numbers in one cell, you might as well use Notepad or Word.

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      Posted: March 13, 2012, 11:32 pm - IP Logged

      Who does not do this?

      Only by recording each individual number in a individual cell can you manipulate the data to find trends, patterns, Bell curves, and so on.  If you record all the numbers in one cell, you might as well use Notepad or Word.

      you are so right,except that you forgot geometry and the simple mechanical use of EXCEL. I do the HOT LOTTO. I colorize the hot ball and dig deep geometrically for where the hot ball is going to land next. I go after the hot ball first. If I cannot ascertain where its going to land, I do not play for that draw date. I wait for the colorized hot ball, in the field of 1-39 white balls, to configurate geometrically. It forms definitive parallagrams, definitive and very predictive hyperboles, declinations, abstract SQs, etc. The HOT LOTTO is the easiest 6 digit in the west. I am waiting for others to put it on EXCEL, as a spreadsheet database form, colorize the hot ball and watch the hot ball dance through predictability as you scroll.

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        Posted: March 15, 2012, 7:58 am - IP Logged

        you are so right,except that you forgot geometry and the simple mechanical use of EXCEL. I do the HOT LOTTO. I colorize the hot ball and dig deep geometrically for where the hot ball is going to land next. I go after the hot ball first. If I cannot ascertain where its going to land, I do not play for that draw date. I wait for the colorized hot ball, in the field of 1-39 white balls, to configurate geometrically. It forms definitive parallagrams, definitive and very predictive hyperboles, declinations, abstract SQs, etc. The HOT LOTTO is the easiest 6 digit in the west. I am waiting for others to put it on EXCEL, as a spreadsheet database form, colorize the hot ball and watch the hot ball dance through predictability as you scroll.

        Geometry comes with mathematics.