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Fibonacci Numbers

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Can fibonacci numbers be used to win the lottery?

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Posted: April 21, 2012, 11:36 pm - IP Logged

The Fib sequence is 0 1 1 2 3 5 8 13 ...

It is calculated by add two numbers together to get the next.  0 + 1 = 1, 1 + 1 = 2, etc.

This sequence occurs alot in probability and statistics.  This is the first time I've seen it use for lottery picks.  It is an interesting though.


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    Posted: April 23, 2012, 4:02 pm - IP Logged

    well i am considering fibs specifically for skips and spacing...

    in a 5/39 game you will find a combo drawn with spacing 0 1  OFTEN!!!

    so for example we had 31  33   34   recently...(i missed it because i am bonkers)

    so you got 3/5 easy...

    then you go by skips...

    0   1    happen most statistically....then if you mix in a 2 and 5, then you already have 4/5 easy!

    also i have found that skip   2   and   5   come out together in patterns....so you get

    0   1    2    5    since due skips vary, it can be also

    0   1    2    4    or

    0   1    2    6

    and then there is usally one long shot....of  10   11   12  13

    so the skip sequence should look   0   1    2   5    13

    or something like                        0    1    2    3     8

    if you play small wheel, say 5 dollar max...and keep to the spread and skips consistent you "should" win more often.....

    i did a search of fibonacci...the member has a pick 4 system...

    and another pacattack was into fibs...but apparantly he got canned...so i better watch out!!

    i use the word "easy"  in a broad relative sense...