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Looking for a format sytem for jackpot games

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splinter-cell's avatar - Kinnak
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Posted: April 8, 2012, 1:48 am - IP Logged

Yes, that is exactly what I am looking for.  I am looking at the Vtrac program that JadeLotto created for tntea and it has info that may help close the order gap with the o/e part.  Say my pool has the numbers 2,5,8 for the numbers 1-10 and the Vtrac is showing an odd# for the 1st ball, bingo the 5 fills that spot if the format is (single) (xx) (xx) (xx) (xx)..and so on thru the rest of the remaining 4 numbers to create the winning ticket.  This has been very frustrating because draw after draw I have the 5 winning numbers in my pool.  I could use a wheel for a 3 of 5 prize but I find that a waste when I know I HAVE the 5 winning numbers.  The cost to play all of the numbers for a 5 of 5 wheel is a bit beyond my resources...so that is why I am looking for a format system/method.


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    Yes, that is exactly what I am looking for.  I am looking at the Vtrac program that JadeLotto created for tntea and it has info that may help close the order gap with the o/e part.  Say my pool has the numbers 2,5,8 for the numbers 1-10 and the Vtrac is showing an odd# for the 1st ball, bingo the 5 fills that spot if the format is (single) (xx) (xx) (xx) (xx)..and so on thru the rest of the remaining 4 numbers to create the winning ticket.  This has been very frustrating because draw after draw I have the 5 winning numbers in my pool.  I could use a wheel for a 3 of 5 prize but I find that a waste when I know I HAVE the 5 winning numbers.  The cost to play all of the numbers for a 5 of 5 wheel is a bit beyond my resources...so that is why I am looking for a format system/method.

    The software Lotwin would help you accomplish that. You can suggest how many, the least and the most amount of digits you want in any position plus it will tell what is due according to the decades.

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      Posted: April 8, 2012, 1:30 pm - IP Logged

      splinter-cell ,

      Try ExpertLotto 5. It has a Lot of filters including several for positions and will let you make groups with your numbers and specify  how many numbers to use from each group, how many groups to use, etc.
      Odd even, High low, number ranges, first last digits, number movements, digit movement, sum ranges, all in positions.
      Those and a Lot more for overall numbers. Stats for Winning numbers, or numbers in your package.
      It has been my main lot program for 3 years now.
      Not free, just the best.

      Regards,
      Jerry

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        Posted: April 8, 2012, 1:44 pm - IP Logged

        Hello Splinter-Cell,

           Your formula predicts the 6 winning PB or MM numbers from a pool of 29(?) Can your formula predict just the 5 white MM balls in a smaller pool, and if so what's the size of that pool?

        Thanks,

        BlueDuck

        Here's something that may help for 4-10-2012 MM drawing (MegaBall not included):

        No more than one hit from: 12  13  55  56


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          Jerry,

          I have both and in terms of ease of use I found Lotwin to be much more user friendly. Having owned just about every lotto program out there, I find a big learning curve with Expert. they are both very different. While Expert does some very good things it can be overkill with their filters. Just my opinion.

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            Posted: April 8, 2012, 2:34 pm - IP Logged

            I look at JP games much the same as you do. Here is what I would do is apply your formula to the decades.

            I know this really creates a huge amount of numbers its a main problem Ive always had. In essance your creating a pick 5 program (to use before you plug in your digits) with only 5 being the highest possible number instead of 10 and the sum must = 5

            your decades in a 5-59 game are going to follow this fomat no matter what

            00005

            00014

            00023

            00113

            00122

            01112

            11111

            Its the arrangement (what I listed) and order your looking for if Im understanding you correctly?

            Nickbrownsfan:

               Do you keep track of how many hits happen in each decade column (1-9, 10-19, etc.)? If so, it maybe possible to detect when hits drift (L-R or R-L). At one time had good luck doing this with Badger5 RNG, not such good luck with MM.

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              Posted: April 8, 2012, 2:52 pm - IP Logged

              BlueDuck, I have 2 different formulas.  One formula specific to the BN# and one formula for the WB.  The last drawing I had the time to run was on 4/4/12's PB.  I had 21# in my pool for the WB and 3# in my pool for the PB#.  As I have been working on my formula I have been able to reduce the number from when I first had a Matrix moment and came up with this formula.  I used to have a pool of between 50-53#'s.  But the more I studied the result of my formula I was able to find that the number following the splits was showing whether the number was h/l.  I was then able to create a grid based on that and that has made it much easier and quicker to put together the pool which now runs between 21-26#'s. 

              The PB drawing for 4/4/12 my pool consited of WB 1,5,6,8,19,22,24,28,31,32,33,35,36,38,39,43,45,47,49,53,59 and my pool for the PB#was 2,4,6

              The WB came from my formula result 613388004068662525179 and 883919283019423166672

               

              For the BN# my formula result was 41374369267037171248.  The PB result is interpreted differently.  With the BN, the lead number tells me what the range is for the BN. In this case the lead number was for so where you see = 20, the formula tells me to go up 4 and down 4.  The 20 tells me according to my scale that the number will be low, the 1st 3 numbers of my BN result then tell me where the number range.

                                                                                    4

              the result of my BN looks like this 0425531=20=2

                                                                                     6

              The PB draw for 4/4/12 was 01-24-33-45-49 PB 6

              I have a grid and scale for the WB  and the BN because I see them as a seperate draw.

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                BlueDuck, I have 2 different formulas.  One formula specific to the BN# and one formula for the WB.  The last drawing I had the time to run was on 4/4/12's PB.  I had 21# in my pool for the WB and 3# in my pool for the PB#.  As I have been working on my formula I have been able to reduce the number from when I first had a Matrix moment and came up with this formula.  I used to have a pool of between 50-53#'s.  But the more I studied the result of my formula I was able to find that the number following the splits was showing whether the number was h/l.  I was then able to create a grid based on that and that has made it much easier and quicker to put together the pool which now runs between 21-26#'s. 

                The PB drawing for 4/4/12 my pool consited of WB 1,5,6,8,19,22,24,28,31,32,33,35,36,38,39,43,45,47,49,53,59 and my pool for the PB#was 2,4,6

                The WB came from my formula result 613388004068662525179 and 883919283019423166672

                 

                For the BN# my formula result was 41374369267037171248.  The PB result is interpreted differently.  With the BN, the lead number tells me what the range is for the BN. In this case the lead number was for so where you see = 20, the formula tells me to go up 4 and down 4.  The 20 tells me according to my scale that the number will be low, the 1st 3 numbers of my BN result then tell me where the number range.

                                                                                      4

                the result of my BN looks like this 0425531=20=2

                                                                                       6

                The PB draw for 4/4/12 was 01-24-33-45-49 PB 6

                I have a grid and scale for the WB  and the BN because I see them as a seperate draw.

                Are you saying that you can predict 5/5 last digits?

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                  Posted: April 8, 2012, 4:22 pm - IP Logged

                  Yes that is exactly what I am saying.  That is the reason I am not posting my formula.

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                    Posted: April 8, 2012, 10:19 pm - IP Logged

                    Yes I agree I have done so as wells athough not in the MM or PB but is the smaller games. Mostly becuase I like to work within what I know but i do understand what they are looking for and how they get the results.

                     

                    Happy Easter all Ill be back to this later.

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                      Posted: April 8, 2012, 10:21 pm - IP Logged

                      mostly ive only tracked the decades not how they shift. Its the patterens I look for mostly.

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                        Posted: April 8, 2012, 10:29 pm - IP Logged

                        Thanks for your thoughts.

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                          Posted: April 10, 2012, 5:36 pm - IP Logged

                          I have been asked by some members to post my pool of numbers so it could be verified that my formula is actually doing what I say it does.  I have an email I sent to my work address with the results my formula generated for the 3/30 MM drawing but I can't seem to get it to show in the post..It is part 1 and part 2 and 3 results (prior to me tweaking my formula to only have part 1 and part 2) and part of my BN result calculation prior to me tweaking it since then.  This result was for the record breaking 3/30/2012 MM drawing.  I sent the email to my work address at 9:08 P.M on Friday March 30 2012.  If you work thru the results you will find in my pool 4 of 5 WB#'s.  The second part of my MM# calculation is not shown but the range of the 3 numbers were 17,20,23.

                          The part 1 result was 869546217389982914561 and part 2 1367035371831495355598 and part 3 919567067406962979013

                          The pool was 1,3,4,8,9,11,13,14,16,18,20,23,24,26,28,29,33,37,38,39,41,43,46,47,48,49,51,55

                          The 3/30/12 MM draw was 2-4-23-38-46 23

                           I will only do this once.  I am going to post the result and the pool of numbers from my formula for the 4/10/2012 MM.  I will be posting them around 9pm. tonight.

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                            Posted: April 10, 2012, 9:11 pm - IP Logged

                            MM#'s for 4/10/12

                            Result part 1  734451666202895790714

                            Result part 2   115116083790928003658

                             

                            Pool 1,2,4,5,6,7,8,9,17,20,22,28,29,31,34,35,36,39,42,45,47,50,56

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                              Ok, I know a lot of people on here are saying only 3of5..what happened to the 5of5...well the formula did generate the 5of5 that I said it would. I have no one to blame but myself for that due to the number of people sending me IM's to run my formula on various other games.  My system is paper and pencil and it takes a lot of time to run thru especially with using on a game I had no history with but I try to do it so they could see that I am 100% legit.  I am human and when I get tired I make mistakes.  That is the reason I post along with my pool the actual formula results part 1 and part 2.  As I explained in my previous post how to breakout the numbers for my pool...the 12 is there and so is the 48...let me show you the mistake I made from being over tired.

                              Part 1 result 734451666202895790714

                              As I said the lead digit sets the break points and the lead and last digit in the result flip to their mirrors and the number following that dictates whether the number is higher or lower. I do not need to explain the end digit for process as I am just clarifying that the 12 was there and my formula did generate 5of5 as I have been saying.  Like I said the 7 flips to 2, the digit following the 2 is 3 so it becomes 23, 2 next to a 3 on my scale =12

                              This can be verified by my previous posts on how I break out the numbers so I am not making any excuse just pointing out a human error but my formula is 100% solid.

                              Now for the 48...which is in part 2 result 115116083790928003658.  In this case the lead is 11..the first break at 11 is 11511608379.  In this 1st break there are 2 mirrors 1-6 and 8-3,  I am not going to go into the 1-6 as I am only showing where the 48 was that I missed.  The 3 flips to an 8 which gives you 88, on my scale 8 next to 8 =48.

                              So like I said....my formula does generate 5of5 and is 100% what I said it was.