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Lotto 6/49 Matrix Walk: How do you read this?

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Posted: June 8, 2012, 6:11 pm - IP Logged

The following is a "Matrix Walk" for lotto 6/49 for about the last 50 draws.  Is this visual representation useful?  If so, how do you read it? 

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    Posted: June 8, 2012, 7:39 pm - IP Logged

    Lets start with the top line

    the following numbers appeared 8 21 22 26 30 39 in that draw

    I know this as there counter is set to 0

    The next draw line ( 2 draws ago)

    7 22 27 29 33 39 appeared

    Now in your image all counters in line 2 for 8 21 22 26 30 39 are now 1 apart from the two balls that appeareed again which is reset to zero balls 22 and 39

    Its a counter of how many draws pass before each number is drawn

    Looking at the bottom line I can see that ball 17 has not appeared for 21 draws so it is red which I asume the creator meant to mean a hot number.

     

    Hope this helps

    It has been said every software has a bug in it, it has also been said that every program can be reduced by one line of code.

    There for any program can be reduced to 1 line that dont work.

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      Posted: June 9, 2012, 12:12 am - IP Logged

      Thanks, Developer.  I'm the one who created it to track the skips so I should have been more specific with my question. Smile

      What I meant by "how do I read this" is do the columns somehow steer you into leaning a certain way for what numbers to pick?  For instance, stay in the "white" when selecting?

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        Posted: June 9, 2012, 6:38 am - IP Logged

        Thanks, Developer.  I'm the one who created it to track the skips so I should have been more specific with my question. Smile

        What I meant by "how do I read this" is do the columns somehow steer you into leaning a certain way for what numbers to pick?  For instance, stay in the "white" when selecting?

        Sorry, I misunderstood

        No each new draw has the same total statistics as the one before, the new draw mathematically can not be affected from any previous draw.

        You playing the draw gives you a chance of winning, no matter what system is played.

        If you bet 9 tickets using this system and I choose 9 lucky dip tickets we would both have exactly the same mathematical odds of winning a prize.

        The number theory is fascinating though but on the grand scheme of things you just need to play as many tickets as you can afford when aiming for a jackpot win.

        When aiming for 3 ball wins then math becomes useful in telling you the best coverage to use to optimize your tickets for 3 ball wins.

        The lottery organizers give the official stats on their sites, if you play for a long enough period your wins / loses will match those stats on the site no matter what system you play.

        It has been said every software has a bug in it, it has also been said that every program can be reduced by one line of code.

        There for any program can be reduced to 1 line that dont work.


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          Posted: June 21, 2012, 10:02 pm - IP Logged

          this chart was actually created by Texas Madman...red is not hot...it just means it is out a long time...his red means it is nearing imminent draw...i color the red as blue meaning cold and imminent...although imminent can vary by as many as 50 draws....

          I am the one who coined the term matrix walk...meaning the numbers walk...as you can see

          if draw A scores #9 and then

          draw B scores #8 and then

          draw C scores #7 then the numbers appear to "walk" in random motion line...eventually you will intuit a walk and use that number as a banker...that is how you use this chart...in addition to "walking to the left...the numbers walk down in a flag formation...

          dont worry newbie...there is plenty of time for you to create something...

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            Posted: June 22, 2012, 2:17 pm - IP Logged

            When I was playing Lotto 649 years ago (mid 1990-ties) I had a similar calculation for number prediction.

            I called it overdue numbers - the ones that have been waiting for the hit the longest (in that sequence).

            I had it recalculated with every new draw to make sure that the oldest is really such.

            But I never truly used that method. Somehow overdue did not want to come all at the some time.

            Generally, they were scoring poorer than other methods like hot numbers or even cold. However,

            if you want to pick only 1 or 2 numbers at a time from such a calculation (chart) and mix it with others

            it may prove more successful. But always backtrack for a while before commiting any real money to see

            if it is worth your time, effort and bucks.

            Aquarius

            ......


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              Posted: June 22, 2012, 2:27 pm - IP Logged

              When I was playing Lotto 649 years ago (mid 1990-ties) I had a similar calculation for number prediction.

              I called it overdue numbers - the ones that have been waiting for the hit the longest (in that sequence).

              I had it recalculated with every new draw to make sure that the oldest is really such.

              But I never truly used that method. Somehow overdue did not want to come all at the some time.

              Generally, they were scoring poorer than other methods like hot numbers or even cold. However,

              if you want to pick only 1 or 2 numbers at a time from such a calculation (chart) and mix it with others

              it may prove more successful. But always backtrack for a while before commiting any real money to see

              if it is worth your time, effort and bucks.

              Aquarius

              yes i have noticed that the coldest numbers are always tricky...I like to use "hot" cold numbers...

              so for instance if you compare two numbers both at 29 games...they are both at face value equivalent...

              but if A has 7 hits in last 50

              and B as 3 hits in last 50

              then i would play A

              also whenever i keep chasing a number at skip 20, then 21, then 22...i find very often a skip 10, 11, or 12 will score instead so go figure....

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                Posted: June 26, 2012, 10:00 pm - IP Logged

                this chart was actually created by Texas Madman...red is not hot...it just means it is out a long time...his red means it is nearing imminent draw...i color the red as blue meaning cold and imminent...although imminent can vary by as many as 50 draws....

                I am the one who coined the term matrix walk...meaning the numbers walk...as you can see

                if draw A scores #9 and then

                draw B scores #8 and then

                draw C scores #7 then the numbers appear to "walk" in random motion line...eventually you will intuit a walk and use that number as a banker...that is how you use this chart...in addition to "walking to the left...the numbers walk down in a flag formation...

                dont worry newbie...there is plenty of time for you to create something...

                I didn't mean to imply that I created the concept or coined the phrase "Matrix Walk"; I simply meant I created the chart above for my own use.  No offense was intended.


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                  Posted: June 26, 2012, 10:28 pm - IP Logged

                  i am not offended...i am just dubious that you created it...but i could be wrong...

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                    Posted: June 26, 2012, 11:18 pm - IP Logged

                    i am not offended...i am just dubious that you created it...but i could be wrong...

                    I'm not sure what to say to that.  I saw an example here on Lottery Post and thought I would try and create one for the last 50 draws for Canada's Lotto 6/49 since that's what I play.  I've updated it for Saturday's draw and if anyone wants it, I'll be more than happy to send him or her the spreadsheet.