Texas United States Member #1477 May 7, 2003 2311 Posts Offline

Posted: February 27, 2013, 2:40 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by Oso Grande on February 27, 2013

Good job Clipster--

If you have the money you could have played all those numbers

6100 6108 6109 etc with the others for a total of $6 or $12 on

a box or box and straight.

You hit it straight which is $2500 for 50 cents or $5000 for a

dollar. rcbbuckeye could have played $48 for 4 straight

tickets on each of the 12 numbers and hit for 20g's.

Had you played front pairs and back pairs with those numbers

you would have won fifty bucks on a $3.50 investment.

If I can get the right reading out of my databases I think this method will work for the Pick 4. There would be no need to Box them. Since the 1st pair projection is strictly for the 1st pair and the 2nd pair projection the 2nd, I wouldn't be flipping them so there would be no need to box.

The front pair would have been: 61 68 81 87 or 16 76 18 78

The back pair would have been: 00 08 80 09 90

If all were used it would have been 40 Straights. At 50 cents play would have cost $20 but the return would have been $2500.

If I had some Alpha Tracking I might have been able to eliminate certain combinations. For Example if Alpha indicated the 1st digit would be Odd I could have eliminated all combinations of 16 and 78. If in the 2nd pair the Alpha indicated the last digit would have been Even, I would have eliminated all combinations with the 09. That alone would have reduced the 40 to 16 straights and for $8 returned $2500.

Some times you just have to jump in and take a chance.

With the process going as well as it is and continues I just might take that leap of faith.

Texas United States Member #1477 May 7, 2003 2311 Posts Offline

Posted: February 27, 2013, 3:48 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by Oso Grande on February 27, 2013

I tried to keep you from knowing how dumb I am but I don't know

what you mean by Alpha. Maybe it only matters that you know

which of course I can live with since I'm on a computer that

works with 1's and 0's and does amazing things.

I took computer 101 when I was about 45. I thought I was decent

with numbers but could not grasp the 1010011100. It would have

been funny if it wasn't so frustrating.It still hurts even though I'm

laughing now.

I asked when I signed up for the course if it would teach me how

to use a computer since I barely knew how to turn one on. The first

assignment on the first day was to do research on something.

I got my son to help me with that but then came the 1's and 0's.

I dropped the course after a 45 on the first test.

I took Introduction Into Computer Programming in 1968 but we didn't get into actual desiging of software. All we did was learn how to wire the boards for keypunch, operate a keypuncy machine, wire boards to sorters and accounting machines. Back then a computer took up the entire wall of one room. About all I remember from the Keypunch machine was there were upper and lower punches depending on what keys you used on the keyboard. I seem to recall the mention of 1's and 0's which would probably be a binary system that is used in computers. Actually my tracking is similar in that it uses a binary system to project what is coming next.

By the time I reached 50 I wanted a computer and didn't know myself how to run one. I knew if I couldn't afford one in the first place and if I didn't know how to use one that I couldn't afford somebody to fix my messes. Solution? I started buying obsolete computer parts in sealed and hammer down auctions. I started taling to people who knew how to build one and eventually learned how to put one together myself. I never have bought a ready built computer out of a store. I do all my upgrading myself on what I have. Haven't done much work on one in a few years though so hope if this one ever goes down I will remember enough to get it going again lol

When the lottery just started I had just gotten my computer and wasnt even using Windows 95 much less anything else. I did have Windows 3 and 3.1, That was good though because I got into computers when knowing a little DOS was helpful. In case you don't know that tern it stands for.....Disk Operating System. I got one of my Son's Junior High School text books on Computers and read it for input on how to use a computer.

Regards the "Alpha". Alpha stands for whether something is ODD or EVEN.

If a combination is 1234 it is OEOE

If a combination is 2468 it is EEEE

If a combination is 1357 it is OOOO

The Alpha of 369 is OEO

The Alpha of 459 is EOO

I think you begin to get the idea.

Two Odd digits and 1 Even digit will always Sum Total Even

Two Even digits and 1 Odd will always Sum Total ODD

All Even will Sum Even and All Odd will Sum Odd

Knowing which was a combination Sums can tell you what the Alpha (how many Evens/Odd) to expect.

It's a bit like the Algebra concept of:

A Plus X's a Plus = a Plus

A Plus X's a Minus = a Minus

A Minus X's a Minus = a Plus.

WHY? I will never know. I just did what my teacher in Jr. High told me and it worked lol I was excempted from Mid terms both years I took Algebra and even had to tutor my Brother when he was having problems.

Since I am using my Pick 3 software to track 1st and 2nd pairs I turn each 2 digit combination into a 3 digit Pick 3 entry. I add a constant "0" to each pair. Since ithe "0" is already Even I know that if the Sum Total of a pair is going to be Odd I will be looking for 1 Odd and 1 Even digit to complete the pair. If Sums Even then I need to look for either 2 Even digits or 2 ODD digits.

It's the same princple in tracking the All or Nothing. I turn each number 1 through 24 into a 3 digit combination to use in my software. The Sum Total and Alpha concept is the same. While some Teens and 20's can Sum Total Odd and Alpha chart can tell me whether the 1st digit will be Odd or Even so I will know whether to look for a Teen or a Twenty.

There are 4 Alpha Patterns in a 3 digit combinations. EEE/OOO, EEO/OOE, EOE/OEO/, and EOO/OEE

I number those patterns 1-2-3 and 4 and tracking those for 4 digits to tell me what the next makeup of the number wil be. A Teen will be EOE or EOO. For a 20 it will be either a EEE or EEO. If a Single it will be either an EEO or an EEE

In this way I don't fill my heads with digits but rather patterns and then apply digits to those patterns. When I think Even I automatically think 0-2-4-6-8 When I think ODD I automatically think 1-3-5-7-9,

Texas United States Member #1477 May 7, 2003 2311 Posts Offline

Posted: February 27, 2013, 6:12 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by Oso Grande on February 27, 2013

Clipper sorry to hear about that power supply mess up. Check

with a local computer repair place and see if you can trade it

for the one you need. maybe throw in a few dollars if you have

to so you won't be without it for another week or so.

I looked at some front pairs. Todays day draw was 6708 so I went

down the day column and looked for 67 as the front pair. It hit 3 times

since the first counting today. 72 has hit 3 times since the first while

04 and 14 have not hit.

I looked at 99 on the night draw. It hit Jan 1st--thats why I chose

it. it hit again on Valentines day. So roughly 39 days. At 50 cents

a day thats $19.50 to win $25. Not good but better than a kick

in the pants.

If your program can find front pairs or back pairs that repeat

a good amount of times--even once a month that would be awesome.

However, if you can produce the numbers you did for yesterday and

find either front or back pairs once a week that would be very worthwhile.

You had 4 front pairs--played at 50 cents each is $2 a day x 6 days = $12

payout is $25. The 3 back pairs would have been $1.50 a day for a total

of $9. Obviously double it for $1 ticket.

Keep up the good work.

Since my software isnt designed to track whoe "pairs" and to keep record of WHAT 2 digits happen more often then another I have to stick to what the software does do and that is track the 2 digits that will appear. While some pairs might play together more often then others I don't think they do so that it would be worthwhile to track that kind of information.

There seems to be one Code Set Group that tends to be used more often then the other in my software. At least for the 1st pair. Numbers in the first pair only have a repeat rate that is slightly less then 50%. There has only been 3 times that 2 digits have repeated meaning they played back to back.

Going on the basis of this if I block digits 6 and 7, using the codes that will generate combinations I get the follow sets for the 1st Pair tomorrow Day:

23 29 89 8321 81 54 43 49 23 29 89 83

I am trying to cut those combinations down. There is only 1 combination in there with an Even digit as the 2nd digit. All the combinations Sum Odd and the software is indicating that the next Sum will be Odd.

If they stay within the 4 draws, no repeat and sum total Odd the combinations would be 85 and 25.

I have tried to make an allowance for whether something draws 5+ out because I believe something is going to come 5+ out. I just can't tell whether it will be 1 or both digits.

The Alpha tracking I have for the complete draw indicates it will be either 3 ODD/1 Even or it will go a 50/50 split. Each of the above projections has 1 Even and 1 Odd so if the rest of the Pick 4 is 3/1 the last 2 digits have to be 2 Odd digits. If goes 50/50 then the 2nd pair will have 1 Odd and 1 Even as well.

The 2nd Pair is giving me more of a problem trying to come up what is going to happen. Right now I want to say there will be a repeat of the 1 and another digit 5+ out to draw. This would give choices of 12 13 14 19 Of those I would probably go with the 14 or the 19.

I have to take a break from time to time because if I work too long everything starts to become a blur and I start re-thinking when I should go with my "gut feeling". lol

Texas United States Member #1477 May 7, 2003 2311 Posts Offline

Posted: February 27, 2013, 6:15 pm - IP Logged

What I might do for Pick 3 is treat the 3 digit combination like 2 pair. First use the 1st two digits with constant "0" and then make a 2nd database with a constant "0" the 2nd digit and 3 digit. In the combinations pick the last digit would have to be the first digit in the 2nd database.

Texas United States Member #1477 May 7, 2003 2311 Posts Offline

Posted: February 27, 2013, 8:28 pm - IP Logged

OSO - I found a USB Flashdrive with room on it for files and had enough juice in the new laptop battery to copy my All or Nothing files off the laptop and transfer them to my desktop.

Right now though I have a whole lot of updating to get done before can make any projections.

Texas United States Member #1477 May 7, 2003 2311 Posts Offline

Posted: February 28, 2013, 12:52 am - IP Logged

I didn't even work on the Pick 3 today. Spent most of my times on the Pick 4 so didn't even play the Evening. Sure was hoping that 554 didn't show up lol Had ruled out Doubles for the Day Draw. I went high and it went low. Only combination I played was 569. Knew the Sums would change from 11-19 but I zigged when I should have zagged.

Been working on some A&N updates too since I was able to transfer my files from my laptop to desktop with a USB flash drive. Have a TON of work to do.