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some of you know my system...and it the best system in the whole...world...and i would like to share...

but i need some help...

I can teach the system easy...but before i spread it to the world i have to win first...that way when the illuminati...abolish lottery because it is no longer profitable...i will not feel like such a shmuck...

i have already "tapped" some of you  as winners...so now i need some help with skip analysis...

fib skip to be precise...any one want to enlighten me about skips before i take out my torch????

some of you out there must have skip statistics easily excecutable data for certain states...can somebody post some for me...for any game...

skip analysis for example...

how many times has this skip pattern occurred?

13  12  5  1  0  ???

Where are my mathmen???

I know you guys can do some amazing stuff with numbers and computers...

i have seen it already...now its time to win.Type

figured i would post here too since this is where the VBA dorks hang out...


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    Posted: May 14, 2012, 4:45 pm - IP Logged

    i apologize for calling you guys dorks...Big Grin Angel

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      Posted: May 14, 2012, 6:54 pm - IP Logged

      What do you mean go up and down on numbers?  Like 320 329 328

      http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/233413    Sun Smiley Popular numbers

      12345

      67890

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        Posted: May 15, 2012, 9:10 pm - IP Logged

        i mean the skip pattern of the actual number "3"  as in your examples...

        when the 3 is drawn it forms a pattern...

        ie   10  5   3   1   0

        i am looking for statistics into these occurences....the pattern can be exactly opposite as in  0  1  3  5  10

        this is the type of advanced analysis necessary.

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          Posted: May 15, 2012, 9:26 pm - IP Logged

          This may (or may not) be along the lines you are talking about. This is a list I generated this evening for Texas Cash 5. This shows all the numbers (1 - 37) in the first column, the current number of draws the number has skipped in the second column, and the number of times that number has hit at that skip (for the last 500 draws) in the last column. This is all done automatically in Microsoft Excel.

          #skip(cur)hits
          32012
          15111
          36011
          24011
          34310
          2029
          1028
          2828
          3767
          527
          2516
          356
          1745
          755
          1345
          1655
          1415
          195
          1905
          3304
          3024
          1114
          644
          2163
          2793
          1833
          2963
          2663
          2152
          3182
          23142
          8121
          9151
          12170
          4210
          22180
          35280
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            Posted: May 15, 2012, 9:33 pm - IP Logged

            Well, I didn't have the latest draws loaded. Here is the updated list:

            #skip(cur)hits
            3112
            15111
            24110
            29210
            419
            3247
            117
            3626
            3346
            1045
            1425
            3035
            2755
            955
            2534
            1144
            644
            37103
            5103
            2693
            2153
            31103
            1253
            3583
            3492
            2072
            28122
            21112
            17201
            7131
            1391
            16211
            19161
            881
            18190
            23300
            22110
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              Posted: May 15, 2012, 9:43 pm - IP Logged

              Or, maybe here's what you're after. This chart is also for Texas Cash 5. Across the top you see the 37 possible numbers. Each row below that represents a drawing (most recent on top). The numbers in the boxes represent the number of skips for the numbers that hit for that drawing:

              12345678910111213141516171819202122232425262728293031323334353637
              0-34----------0--------5-------------
              0------------03-------------0------9-
              7------------13----------1---53-------
              -----3---112--------------------112----
              --0-----25--6------------0-1----------
              --26-----11----7---------4------------
              -------------------0---0--2--10--4----
              -----11-19-----------9---5----------4--
              --11---------0------------12--12----1---
              ----7-------4-------------14---13-----2
              13-------------------1022--5--------0---
              -----------20---------------5----36-0-
              ---0--1---------------------------010
              ---0----------2--------1----------29-7
              -15-21--5-----4----------------------0-
              ------------------33----9-------56--0-
              ----------15--517---------6----------1-
              ----0----0---------19-------1-7-------
              ----6----0-------1---------------28-4-
              -----0---11--2---26----------2---------

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                This may (or may not) be along the lines you are talking about. This is a list I generated this evening for Texas Cash 5. This shows all the numbers (1 - 37) in the first column, the current number of draws the number has skipped in the second column, and the number of times that number has hit at that skip (for the last 500 draws) in the last column. This is all done automatically in Microsoft Excel.

                #skip(cur)hits
                32012
                15111
                36011
                24011
                34310
                2029
                1028
                2828
                3767
                527
                2516
                356
                1745
                755
                1345
                1655
                1415
                195
                1905
                3304
                3024
                1114
                644
                2163
                2793
                1833
                2963
                2663
                2152
                3182
                23142
                8121
                9151
                12170
                4210
                22180
                35280

                yes this is a step in the right direction...yes i see you have days out...and somehow your system is counting the skips for each particular number...thats good...

                seems you could make a projection based on old patterns whether or not the pattern or skip will occur again....

                are you familiar with the flag formation pattern?  XX12345XX

                where x represents a hit or score...and 12345 represents the days between...?

                it is in the LMG...but i dont think its the best pattern to find...(although it appears more in a 5/37 than a 5/39 for obvious reasons...

                i actually have a matrix walk for the texas game in excel and i use A+, and i am looking at the hit chart for last 502 games approx...

                number 32 has 72 hits in that time frame...(a good amount)

                while...37 has 86 hits...(an excellent amount)

                now 07  has 81 hits

                and 29 has 81 hits...

                the 37,7,29, should have similar skip patterns...

                i think expectation of four hits after dormancy is minimum sufficient to produce a possible jackpot... 

                looking at the Hottest  number

                37 i can see using the abbreviated skip chart... skip pattern

                24 21 0 0 0 7 0 2

                previous was

                10 0 6 0 1

                what would be nice is to have an automated chart to be able to assist a player to expect these HOT STREAKS...

                Top 10 numbers in Last 500 would have similar skip patterns to above...

                Bottom 10 numbers would have DIFFERENT from hot number yet similar skip patterns for cold numbers to identify...

                and i think 37 has like 16 repetitions skips...in this same time frame...


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                  Posted: May 16, 2012, 1:23 am - IP Logged

                  Or, maybe here's what you're after. This chart is also for Texas Cash 5. Across the top you see the 37 possible numbers. Each row below that represents a drawing (most recent on top). The numbers in the boxes represent the number of skips for the numbers that hit for that drawing:

                  12345678910111213141516171819202122232425262728293031323334353637
                  0-34----------0--------5-------------
                  0------------03-------------0------9-
                  7------------13----------1---53-------
                  -----3---112--------------------112----
                  --0-----25--6------------0-1----------
                  --26-----11----7---------4------------
                  -------------------0---0--2--10--4----
                  -----11-19-----------9---5----------4--
                  --11---------0------------12--12----1---
                  ----7-------4-------------14---13-----2
                  13-------------------1022--5--------0---
                  -----------20---------------5----36-0-
                  ---0--1---------------------------010
                  ---0----------2--------1----------29-7
                  -15-21--5-----4----------------------0-
                  ------------------33----9-------56--0-
                  ----------15--517---------6----------1-
                  ----0----0---------19-------1-7-------
                  ----6----0-------1---------------28-4-
                  -----0---11--2---26----------2---------

                  i am not really understanding this chart very well...

                  take number 37 for example...

                  what does the 2 0 and 7 represent in the columns?

                  ok from a+ i can tell the yrepresent the last 3 skips...yes...this chart should be able to elucidate the most productive patterns for the hottest numbers over any given time period...

                  yes this is more akin to what i am looking for...

                  take number 22 for example...

                  its skip patterns is

                  22 and current  6, it already is an expensive patterns when COMPARED to its previous skip pattern of

                  10  1 0 0 1 0 2

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                    Posted: May 16, 2012, 1:28 am - IP Logged

                    i am not really understanding this chart very well...

                    take number 37 for example...

                    what does the 2 0 and 7 represent in the columns?

                    ok from a+ i can tell the yrepresent the last 3 skips...yes...this chart should be able to elucidate the most productive patterns for the hottest numbers over any given time period...

                    yes this is more akin to what i am looking for...

                    take number 22 for example...

                    its skip patterns is

                    22 and current  6, it already is an expensive patterns when COMPARED to its previous skip pattern of

                    10  1 0 0 1 0 2

                    This chart is very simple. If the cell has a number in it that means that number (top row) hit that particular draw. The number represent how many times the number had skipped prior to the hit. Seems like you figured that out anyway.


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                      yes thats a very good chart...how long did it take to create the code?

                      i dont have an automated chart like that but i do use pencil and paper and then i transfer into excel...and it looks like the following...

                      the nineteen is in a streak and just hit after 4 draws...

                      the blue colors represent the dormant skips...after a dormant skip you read down....when the column ends you go to the next skip which is the next dormant skip to the right...

                      11

                      11

                      13

                      10

                      15

                      14

                      16

                      16

                      0

                      2

                       

                      2

                      2

                      1

                       

                      4

                      4

                      3

                       

                      3

                       

                      3

                       

                      1

                      3

                      0

                       

                       

                       

                      8

                       

                      6

                      1

                       

                       

                       

                       

                      0

                       

                      0

                      2

                       

                       

                       

                       

                       

                       

                      1

                       

                       

                       

                       

                       

                       

                       

                      9

                       

                       

                       

                       

                       

                       

                       

                      2

                       

                       

                       

                       

                       

                       

                       

                      4

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                        Posted: May 16, 2012, 1:42 am - IP Logged

                        It took me a couple of hours to get that spreadsheet together. It would have taken much longer, but I've worked on enough of 'em now that I can usually get them to do what I want fairly quickly. This particular chart has very little VBA code...mostly done with straight formulas.


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                          yes thats a very good chart...how long did it take to create the code?

                          i dont have an automated chart like that but i do use pencil and paper and then i transfer into excel...and it looks like the following...

                          the nineteen is in a streak and just hit after 4 draws...

                          the blue colors represent the dormant skips...after a dormant skip you read down....when the column ends you go to the next skip which is the next dormant skip to the right...

                          11

                          11

                          13

                          10

                          15

                          14

                          16

                          16

                          0

                          2

                           

                          2

                          2

                          1

                           

                          4

                          4

                          3

                           

                          3

                           

                          3

                           

                          1

                          3

                          0

                           

                           

                           

                          8

                           

                          6

                          1

                           

                           

                           

                           

                          0

                           

                          0

                          2

                           

                           

                           

                           

                           

                           

                          1

                           

                           

                           

                           

                           

                           

                           

                          9

                           

                           

                           

                           

                           

                           

                           

                          2

                           

                           

                           

                           

                           

                           

                           

                          4

                          this chart shows clearly that usually after a dormant period hit...there is a very good chance of a hot/fast skip of 2 games or less...

                          only twice was there no skip at all until another long skip (dormancy) and the last 4 is highlighted different color because it represents a different patterns...

                          instead of

                          11 0 4 3 1 2  which i try to classify as forwards streak it went backwards ie

                          16 4 1 6 0 1 9 2 4   backwards or descending skips...meaning getting smaller...these are the best skips patterns to try and capitalize on....(from my experience)


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                            It took me a couple of hours to get that spreadsheet together. It would have taken much longer, but I've worked on enough of 'em now that I can usually get them to do what I want fairly quickly. This particular chart has very little VBA code...mostly done with straight formulas.

                            how effective is this particular chart in helping you find winners?

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                              Here is another interesting chart for Texas Cash 5. Top row is the numbers. Left column is skips. This shows how many times each number has hit after a particular skip. This covers the last 500 draws. As you can see, some numbers clearly favor hitting after a certain number of skips. If the box is blank, then that number hasn't hit after that particular skip in the last 500 draws.

                              -12345678910111213141516171819202122232425262728293031323334353637
                              081114158101512988612489614589139128641219551041371216
                              17101298311589461141171154511871077111281089710668
                              210310865767869251110310497438696810434579613
                              347337676463568101163415416844339587810562
                              468652410335437735430352426326645763867
                              56261053615813653524173511382565756744512
                              62533453533743404435522566344327245346
                              74241423357123212642211334435152242213
                              81221233122546252133321232242262112322
                              95221332020341013142541234331242412253
                              104003300115133321333223242132233113313
                              110310354113210004042320100222322620232
                              121210012132412132121351220302223113131
                              132221111110140200114021011202111222000
                              142130210302200013103021210121211100202
                              152322110110131140120201101101311020100