Phoenix, AZ United States Member #136173 December 5, 2012 1034 Posts Offline

Posted: October 23, 2014, 3:54 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by Nikkicute on October 8, 2014

The lottery has never been truly random, there are patterns, you just have to find them.

The minute I saw the amount I knew it was time for you to play $101,000 let's go.

If someone from Milwaukee wins I know your going to flip out lol

I think computer generator's are flawed. I've been playing Arizona Fantasy 5 for the past 2 years, maybe less, but I've just recently started looking at patterns concerning the latest draw. If you click on my thread 'Arizona Fantasy 5' in the Pick 5 forum, you'll read my findings that I just recently stumbled upon using a simple method using trigger numbers that I'm now using. I hope I don't bore you with this long post, but here goes. The method I used was pretty simple. I find all the results for the past year using the first number of the last draw result. Take last nights draw for Badger 5 for example, 02-20-24-26-31. What I did for AZ was took the first number '02' and went back a whole year and found all the draws that had a '02' in it and basically copied the next days draw result to Notepad. From there I went through each number (1-41) and one by one and found which numbers were more likely to come out based on the '02' being drawn the day before. Now this is all speculation, but I've come up with a set of numbers that are most likely to be drawn for numbers 1 through 10. If '01' came out the day before I have a set of HOT numbers for that, if '02' came out I have a set for that number and so on and so forth. It's pretty simple really, but I've hit Monday and Tuesday nights drawing where I had all 5 numbers in my set of 'Selected Numbers'. Mind you, my set consists of 20 numbers to play. Although you can play as many numbers as you'd like. I took my set of numbers and wheeled them using an abbreviated wheel generator. You can generate as many combinations as you'd like if you have access to wheel generators. Anyway, I was only doing 21 combinations before and hitting 2 of 5's or 3 of 5's mostly. Every now and then I'd hit a 4 of 5, but those are far and few between. So 4 days ago, I decided to up the ante and come up with 32 combinations just to see what would happen after my set of selected numbers had all 5 numbers in it. I found my results a bit surprising as I had hit 4 of 5 three times in my combo's along with a few 3 of 5's and 2 of 5's. It surprised me how much I could've won if I had played all 32 combinations. For AZ Fantasy 5, a 4 of 5 results in $500, 3 of 5 is $5 and 2 of 5 is $1. So I went over the combinations that hit and I could've won $1532 if I had played all 32 combinations. Which was pretty astonishing. So I did the same thing for the next days drawing, but I was preoccupied with some everyday life stuff and didn't post my numbers until the nest day just to show whoever was reading. I generated them just to see if the trigger number from the day before would yield the same results and it did. I hit another 4 of 5 along with 3 of 5 and 2 of 5's. I smiled and was like "Hmmmm, I might have something here." Haha. The only draw back to this, and there always is when it comes to playing the lottery, is the amount of money you'll have to spend to yield results. I thought it definitely would've been worth it to have played $32 to hit $1532 along with another $32 the following day as well. However, there will be times where you're picks won't come out at all or you hit only 2 of 5 or 3 of 5, but that's to be expected, because this is the lottery, haha. For example my picks for last nights drawing here in AZ only had 2 numbers in my selected picks. I did win, but not as much I would've liked. Anyway, just thought I'd share what I stumbled across a few days ago. Maybe someone with some extra time on their hands could try it out for WI Badger 5 and see what the numbers yield, because IMO, computer generators are flawed and this could be a way to take advantage of that flaw. Good luck y'all. Maybe I'll take a crack at one of your drawings to see what I come up with. I'll post my findings when I do.

"JACKPOT BABY!" ...those elusive words still elude me!

Wisconsin United States Member #123290 February 17, 2012 3051 Posts Offline

Posted: October 27, 2014, 4:10 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by ThemBonez on October 23, 2014

I think computer generator's are flawed. I've been playing Arizona Fantasy 5 for the past 2 years, maybe less, but I've just recently started looking at patterns concerning the latest draw. If you click on my thread 'Arizona Fantasy 5' in the Pick 5 forum, you'll read my findings that I just recently stumbled upon using a simple method using trigger numbers that I'm now using. I hope I don't bore you with this long post, but here goes. The method I used was pretty simple. I find all the results for the past year using the first number of the last draw result. Take last nights draw for Badger 5 for example, 02-20-24-26-31. What I did for AZ was took the first number '02' and went back a whole year and found all the draws that had a '02' in it and basically copied the next days draw result to Notepad. From there I went through each number (1-41) and one by one and found which numbers were more likely to come out based on the '02' being drawn the day before. Now this is all speculation, but I've come up with a set of numbers that are most likely to be drawn for numbers 1 through 10. If '01' came out the day before I have a set of HOT numbers for that, if '02' came out I have a set for that number and so on and so forth. It's pretty simple really, but I've hit Monday and Tuesday nights drawing where I had all 5 numbers in my set of 'Selected Numbers'. Mind you, my set consists of 20 numbers to play. Although you can play as many numbers as you'd like. I took my set of numbers and wheeled them using an abbreviated wheel generator. You can generate as many combinations as you'd like if you have access to wheel generators. Anyway, I was only doing 21 combinations before and hitting 2 of 5's or 3 of 5's mostly. Every now and then I'd hit a 4 of 5, but those are far and few between. So 4 days ago, I decided to up the ante and come up with 32 combinations just to see what would happen after my set of selected numbers had all 5 numbers in it. I found my results a bit surprising as I had hit 4 of 5 three times in my combo's along with a few 3 of 5's and 2 of 5's. It surprised me how much I could've won if I had played all 32 combinations. For AZ Fantasy 5, a 4 of 5 results in $500, 3 of 5 is $5 and 2 of 5 is $1. So I went over the combinations that hit and I could've won $1532 if I had played all 32 combinations. Which was pretty astonishing. So I did the same thing for the next days drawing, but I was preoccupied with some everyday life stuff and didn't post my numbers until the nest day just to show whoever was reading. I generated them just to see if the trigger number from the day before would yield the same results and it did. I hit another 4 of 5 along with 3 of 5 and 2 of 5's. I smiled and was like "Hmmmm, I might have something here." Haha. The only draw back to this, and there always is when it comes to playing the lottery, is the amount of money you'll have to spend to yield results. I thought it definitely would've been worth it to have played $32 to hit $1532 along with another $32 the following day as well. However, there will be times where you're picks won't come out at all or you hit only 2 of 5 or 3 of 5, but that's to be expected, because this is the lottery, haha. For example my picks for last nights drawing here in AZ only had 2 numbers in my selected picks. I did win, but not as much I would've liked. Anyway, just thought I'd share what I stumbled across a few days ago. Maybe someone with some extra time on their hands could try it out for WI Badger 5 and see what the numbers yield, because IMO, computer generators are flawed and this could be a way to take advantage of that flaw. Good luck y'all. Maybe I'll take a crack at one of your drawings to see what I come up with. I'll post my findings when I do.

Thanks so much for your post ThemBonez I read every word!!

I used a similar technique as well except I used two numbers trying to find a pattern.

ex: 02-20-24-26-31

I would look up 02-20 (the first two numbers) only went back a couple of weeks, I never went back

a whole year Think I'll try out your way since it seems to be working out very well for you.

Wisconsin United States Member #104962 January 23, 2011 1075 Posts Offline

Posted: November 10, 2014, 10:03 pm - IP Logged

These were my number picks 28 1 8 2 3 and 1 2 3 8 28 I have separate play slips with each set of numbers but never played them for tonights draw. Hopefully no more then 2 numbers match for each set.

Wisconsin United States Member #104962 January 23, 2011 1075 Posts Offline

Posted: November 11, 2014, 12:15 am - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by ThemBonez on October 23, 2014

I think computer generator's are flawed. I've been playing Arizona Fantasy 5 for the past 2 years, maybe less, but I've just recently started looking at patterns concerning the latest draw. If you click on my thread 'Arizona Fantasy 5' in the Pick 5 forum, you'll read my findings that I just recently stumbled upon using a simple method using trigger numbers that I'm now using. I hope I don't bore you with this long post, but here goes. The method I used was pretty simple. I find all the results for the past year using the first number of the last draw result. Take last nights draw for Badger 5 for example, 02-20-24-26-31. What I did for AZ was took the first number '02' and went back a whole year and found all the draws that had a '02' in it and basically copied the next days draw result to Notepad. From there I went through each number (1-41) and one by one and found which numbers were more likely to come out based on the '02' being drawn the day before. Now this is all speculation, but I've come up with a set of numbers that are most likely to be drawn for numbers 1 through 10. If '01' came out the day before I have a set of HOT numbers for that, if '02' came out I have a set for that number and so on and so forth. It's pretty simple really, but I've hit Monday and Tuesday nights drawing where I had all 5 numbers in my set of 'Selected Numbers'. Mind you, my set consists of 20 numbers to play. Although you can play as many numbers as you'd like. I took my set of numbers and wheeled them using an abbreviated wheel generator. You can generate as many combinations as you'd like if you have access to wheel generators. Anyway, I was only doing 21 combinations before and hitting 2 of 5's or 3 of 5's mostly. Every now and then I'd hit a 4 of 5, but those are far and few between. So 4 days ago, I decided to up the ante and come up with 32 combinations just to see what would happen after my set of selected numbers had all 5 numbers in it. I found my results a bit surprising as I had hit 4 of 5 three times in my combo's along with a few 3 of 5's and 2 of 5's. It surprised me how much I could've won if I had played all 32 combinations. For AZ Fantasy 5, a 4 of 5 results in $500, 3 of 5 is $5 and 2 of 5 is $1. So I went over the combinations that hit and I could've won $1532 if I had played all 32 combinations. Which was pretty astonishing. So I did the same thing for the next days drawing, but I was preoccupied with some everyday life stuff and didn't post my numbers until the nest day just to show whoever was reading. I generated them just to see if the trigger number from the day before would yield the same results and it did. I hit another 4 of 5 along with 3 of 5 and 2 of 5's. I smiled and was like "Hmmmm, I might have something here." Haha. The only draw back to this, and there always is when it comes to playing the lottery, is the amount of money you'll have to spend to yield results. I thought it definitely would've been worth it to have played $32 to hit $1532 along with another $32 the following day as well. However, there will be times where you're picks won't come out at all or you hit only 2 of 5 or 3 of 5, but that's to be expected, because this is the lottery, haha. For example my picks for last nights drawing here in AZ only had 2 numbers in my selected picks. I did win, but not as much I would've liked. Anyway, just thought I'd share what I stumbled across a few days ago. Maybe someone with some extra time on their hands could try it out for WI Badger 5 and see what the numbers yield, because IMO, computer generators are flawed and this could be a way to take advantage of that flaw. Good luck y'all. Maybe I'll take a crack at one of your drawings to see what I come up with. I'll post my findings when I do.

That is a real nice post, I was trying that exact method out earlier, and am pretty excited to see what numbers come up.