Somerset United Kingdom Member #9710 December 17, 2004 184 Posts Offline

Posted: May 14, 2012, 4:12 pm - IP Logged

I have done much study on lotteries over the years and have found some interesting algorithms on my way.

One hypnotises I came up with was Pick 6 draws tend to bias to the outer individual position distributions over time

Analysis showed this to be true on past history on a large number of draws I tested.

I analysed all possible outcomes which showed why this would be true, it was simply due to no lower numbers than 1 or higher numbers than 49 (in this instance) meaning the field of play on the outer numbers is reduced, hence the higher hit ratios findings in these two outer zones.

A good method of picking numbers in a 6/49 based on the above findings would be to take a sample of the past 10 draws.

Split the 6 numbers in to three groups of 2 (3 groups of 2)

United States Member #59354 March 13, 2008 3972 Posts Offline

Posted: May 15, 2012, 2:42 am - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by Developer on May 14, 2012

I have done much study on lotteries over the years and have found some interesting algorithms on my way.

One hypnotises I came up with was Pick 6 draws tend to bias to the outer individual position distributions over time

Analysis showed this to be true on past history on a large number of draws I tested.

I analysed all possible outcomes which showed why this would be true, it was simply due to no lower numbers than 1 or higher numbers than 49 (in this instance) meaning the field of play on the outer numbers is reduced, hence the higher hit ratios findings in these two outer zones.

A good method of picking numbers in a 6/49 based on the above findings would be to take a sample of the past 10 draws.

Split the 6 numbers in to three groups of 2 (3 groups of 2)

mid-Ohio United States Member #9 March 24, 2001 19828 Posts Offline

Posted: May 17, 2012, 11:20 pm - IP Logged

I may be close to developing something like an algorithm but it's not as simple as A x B x C and it can involve up to 75%or more of the numbers in the regular lottery pool and it has to be recalculated after each drawing.

The real advantage is in knowing the numbers and the range assigned to each position of the combinations. The winning combination will usually be in a group generated using these parameters which can be as large as one to two thousands combinations but picking a few combinations from this group will have better odds of a win than the same numbers of combinations from the possible combinations in general since the combinations in this group will more often have some of the winning numbers than those generated randomly.

If successful, I should see some improvements in my prediction statistics.

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

I may be close to developing something like an algorithm but it's not as simple as A x B x C and it can involve up to 75%or more of the numbers in the regular lottery pool and it has to be recalculated after each drawing.

The real advantage is in knowing the numbers and the range assigned to each position of the combinations. The winning combination will usually be in a group generated using these parameters which can be as large as one to two thousands combinations but picking a few combinations from this group will have better odds of a win than the same numbers of combinations from the possible combinations in general since the combinations in this group will more often have some of the winning numbers than those generated randomly.

If successful, I should see some improvements in my prediction statistics.

I may be closer than you RJoh...

I have a question for you...on your Matrix Walk Chart for Rolling Cash 5/39...do the numbers go from left to right or right to left?

I am sure you are aware of all the same parameters that I am aware of because the Matrix is equivalent.

And i strongly doubt your spreadsheets are any less sophisticated than mine. Although i dont know how Basic appears on screen but i guess it has all the same bells and whistles as excel...

mid-Ohio United States Member #9 March 24, 2001 19828 Posts Offline

Posted: May 18, 2012, 8:41 am - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by LottoBoner on May 18, 2012

I may be closer than you RJoh...

I have a question for you...on your Matrix Walk Chart for Rolling Cash 5/39...do the numbers go from left to right or right to left?

I am sure you are aware of all the same parameters that I am aware of because the Matrix is equivalent.

And i strongly doubt your spreadsheets are any less sophisticated than mine. Although i dont know how Basic appears on screen but i guess it has all the same bells and whistles as excel...

so which way does it go?

You could be right, however not being familiar with Matrix Walk Charts and not using spread sheets I can't respond to your statements and questions properly.

I'm writing all the routines I'm using just for my own use so there's no need for bells and whistles if they can't contribute to the results I'm hoping for.

I'll be testing those results by posting them on the prediction board so anyone can check them there if they wish.

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

bgonÃ§alves Brasil Member #92564 June 9, 2010 2123 Posts Offline

Posted: May 18, 2012, 8:57 am - IP Logged

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Economy class Belgium Member #123700 February 27, 2012 4035 Posts Offline

Posted: May 19, 2012, 6:35 am - IP Logged

I googled algorithm and found that there are listed ordered kinds of algorithms. There is a page full of those on Wiki. I don't have time now to read all of that. It might be smarter to start with probability and sequences, meanwhile analyse the drawings.

My first question is, what kind of algorithms are there? Are there a few main groups that can be covered? What are that main ways to crunch numbers, leaving no gaps? It probably takes a motivated dr. prof. in mathematics to summarize all this.

A good model for learning is roulette, and I am not the only one thinking so. There are roulette based programs out there. Odd and even are possible bets in roulette. Number crunching can be learned by playing it. A program that picks numbers only executes a code, with only one algorithm, you couldn't possibly say that it thinks or uses a selective system.

"You have to play something!"- the roulette player "There are no professional roulette players!" - the professional "You can't win at roulette, unless you steal from it!" - Albern Einstein But, if you can't win at roulette, how could you possibly win in the lottery?