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TIPS

Combinations with 5 numbers

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    TIPS

    Standard overview

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      TIPS

      Highest skips after 147 drawings.

      Gail Howard discussion
      The tip given by GH for AON was to play skip 8 by any means.
      As you can see this is wrong.

       

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        Past scores

        low = inverse of high

        odd = inverse of even

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              SkipsToHit\Timeline0-1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-10-11-12-13-14-15-16-17-18-19-20
              03 7 12 19 231 9 18 19 20 2310 19 20 233 4 10 13 15 23 241 2 9 15 22 23 247 12 16 243 4 8 13 189 10 13 18 202 5 11 12 19 234 5 11 14 234 11 21 23 244 8 11 12 19 235 6 8 11 195 10 11 134 5 9 11 12 135 12 13 14 16 245 12 13 15 16 192 8 12 16 192 6 10 12 16 19 236 7 10 20 213 6 7 14 17 20 21 22 24
              12 10 113 13 241 2 9 1419 203 4 13 141 9 15 205 11 12 243 4 810 18 243 8 12 195 63 13 244 12 20 231 3 8 14 2410 171 3 8 116 10 17 2413 154 17 24  
              24 6 21 165102 19 237 14 161 6 219 137 161 10 149 21166 19184 973 18812 13 194 10 18
              3227 1211 186 21   1520217 18 7223 145 1192 15 16 
              4 8         15  20 21      
              5                     
              6     22           1 23 
              7  17         22        
              8                     
              9                     
              10                     
              11                     
              12                     

               

               2019181716151413121110987654321A
              23-46-40-35-34-32-31-26-19-18-14-12-11-10-9-8-5-4-3-2-10
              4-35-33-32-31-29-28-27-23-20-18-15-14-12-11-10-9-7-6-4-30
              11-39-34-33-31-29-28-26-22-21-17-15-14-13-12-11-10-9-8-6-20
              19-31-30-29-28-26-25-22-19-18-17-16-13-12-11-9-8-5-3-2-10
              24-41-37-36-32-30-29-24-21-20-18-16-15-13-11-10-8-6-5-4-3-1
              13-34-33-32-31-30-25-24-22-19-17-16-15-14-13-11-8-7-6-4-3-1
              12-32-30-27-26-25-24-22-19-18-17-16-15-14-12-11-9-8-6-5-10
              3-32-30-28-27-26-25-24-22-21-20-17-15-13-11-9-7-6-4-3-10
              5-43-38-33-31-29-27-26-25-22-21-17-16-15-14-13-12-10-9-8-6-3
              10-40-36-31-30-28-25-24-23-20-19-18-16-14-13-10-8-7-4-3-20
              20-40-38-36-30-29-27-26-25-23-22-21-20-19-14-12-8-7-5-3-2-1
              8-38-37-35-34-33-30-29-27-25-22-21-18-17-15-13-12-11-9-7-6-1
              6-34-33-32-31-30-28-27-24-23-22-21-20-19-18-16-13-12-10-7-30
              9-37-36-35-33-32-31-30-25-24-23-22-18-15-14-11-8-7-5-4-2-1
              7-44-42-40-39-35-33-32-28-26-23-22-21-20-19-16-12-9-6-5-10
              2-41-40-38-37-36-34-32-29-27-25-23-19-18-17-13-9-8-5-4-20
              14-40-38-37-36-35-29-28-27-26-25-23-21-20-16-15-13-10-9-6-4-2
              16-43-41-40-39-36-35-34-28-27-24-23-19-18-17-16-15-12-9-6-5-2
              1-46-44-39-38-37-35-34-33-32-30-26-24-17-15-13-10-7-5-4-2-1
              15-49-47-46-45-44-40-37-35-34-31-26-25-23-19-17-16-11-7-5-4-3
              21-41-39-38-37-36-34-31-29-28-27-26-24-21-20-19-14-11-10-7-30
              18-47-46-43-41-39-38-33-30-29-28-27-23-20-17-14-10-8-7-6-2-1
              17-49-48-45-44-43-42-41-40-39-38-33-31-29-24-21-20-18-16-14-10-2
              22-62-61-57-54-53-51-49-46-45-44-34-28-24-23-22-21-20-12-5-40

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                ADJACENTS IN DRAWINGS

                Date 9-10-2012 to 30-10-2012

                00
                10
                20
                30
                43lll
                51l
                610llllllllll
                728llllllllllllllllllllllllllll
                823lllllllllllllllllllllll
                948llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll
                1038llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll
                1119lllllllllllllllllll
                126llllll

                Example: 1 2 4 would be drawn. 1 and 2 are two adjacent numbers in those three numbers.

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                  ADJACENT HITS IN THE FOLLOWING DRAWING, LEAPFROGS

                   

                  00
                  10
                  25lllll
                  326llllllllllllllllllllllllll
                  453lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll
                  546llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll
                  629lllllllllllllllllllllllllllll
                  713lllllllllllll
                  82ll
                  91l
                  100
                  110
                  120

                  Example: 1 2 4 are drawn, the next drawing is 2 3 5. 3 and 5 are two leapfrogs.

                   

                  Leapfrogs + repetitions:

                  00
                  10
                  20
                  30
                  40
                  52ll
                  64llll
                  718llllllllllllllllll
                  829lllllllllllllllllllllllllllll
                  961lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll
                  1040llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll
                  1118llllllllllllllllll
                  123lll

                   

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                      NFREQ.HIGH SKIPMAX.SERIESREPET.
                      6100-8957
                      8111-6964
                      21103-8954
                      24106-5956
                      1186-11833
                      13104-6852
                      17102-7855
                      1889-7842
                      195-6743
                      786-11739
                      1596-5748
                      1693-6745
                      294-6645
                      387-7634
                      498-10648
                      591-5645
                      9108-5659
                      12102-4645
                      1490-9640
                      2093-8642
                      2392-6646
                      1098-6549
                      1998-8549
                      2282-9537

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                        I must have had a wrong input in one of my previous posts. That could have happened by sorting.

                        FSkip
                        113900,49
                        594-10,26
                        286-20,12
                        158-30,07
                        67-40,03
                        25-50,01
                        16-60,01
                        7-70,00
                        6-80,00
                        3-90,00
                        1-100,00
                        2-110,00

                         


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                          I must have had a wrong input in one of my previous posts. That could have happened by sorting.

                          It could have also happened because you are a troll sometimes, and thus lose focus on the process of data crunching, number analysis, and code writing.

                          Also a leapfrog  is NOT just adjacent

                          It is a situation where there are two adjacents on the same number.

                          So   leapfrog is only in the condition where 1 - 3 follows the 2.

                          Or 2 announces the 1 - 3

                          Please correct your input and output accordingly.

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                            I must have had a wrong input in one of my previous posts. That could have happened by sorting.

                            It could have also happened because you are a troll sometimes, and thus lose focus on the process of data crunching, number analysis, and code writing.

                            Also a leapfrog  is NOT just adjacent

                            It is a situation where there are two adjacents on the same number.

                            So   leapfrog is only in the condition where 1 - 3 follows the 2.

                            Or 2 announces the 1 - 3

                            Please correct your input and output accordingly.

                            It can be the lottery too, doesn't have to be me. Those can make mistakes. They publish the arab way, upside down. Two drawings inversed is enough to make a very tiny difference. Not worth talking about for 1 point difference.

                            If you look at the data, you will find that I did finer than that. A leapfrog isn't qualified as such, when it is repeating. It is one or the other. That chart is correct. The leap is one. If you read my other thread in mathematics, you would know that I made no mistake in there and the computer will not fail with properly written codes.

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                              It could have also happened because you are a troll sometimes, and thus lose focus on the process of data crunching, number analysis, and code writing.

                              No.

                              Also a leapfrog  is NOT just adjacent

                              Yes it is.

                              It is a situation where there are two adjacents on the same number.

                              No it isn't.

                              So   leapfrog is only in the condition where 1 - 3 follows the 2.

                              No it isn't so.

                              Or 2 announces the 1 - 3

                              That's not that.

                              Please correct your input and output accordingly.

                              All is correct. You are wrong.

                              Beyond, you make mistakes in your English. Please correct yourself.

                                 
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