|Posted: October 3, 2012, 11:30 am - IP Logged|
I'm one of those low-income retirees who have ideas about playing a jackpot game, but can't afford the tab.
My 'Substitute Lottery System with Gap Strategy' requires 18 numbers that should be distributed evenly among 30 four-point stuctures, or, rolled in a wheel to generate 30 combinations without a guarantee.
The suggested structures, from a field of 62 for a 56-ball game, are:
The 30 Mega Balls, according to my 'Active Cell-Gap-Follower' workout are:
If I were asked which 3 MegaBalls to play in lieu of 30, I'd suggest:
These are the 'coldest' numbers in the 46-number set, according to my tracking logs.
Which lottery numbers do I recommend?
Well, I'm not 'in' so what's the point.
Here are results for the 021012 drawing:
Winning combination = 10-11-20-42-55+9 = BBCEF+C = BCEF+C1
My trend charts suggested the winning combo would be a 4-point structure.
Had the BCE but not the F for ABCE; CEF for CDEF and CE for ACDE.
I didn't choose any of the 18 numbers I feel is the minimum for a Syndicate or Pool
having six members.
The MegaBAll 9 is the first of 12 numbers in my workout's "C" string.
I chose the first five, which is the default method.
There are 4 strings, 3 of which have 12 numbers, while the 4th has 10.
The tracking charts suggested String 'C', but I went ahead and used all four, plus
two other groups based on the Gap inventory/Follower Hot Sheet data trends.
Choosing 30 out of 46 possibilities is a bit heavy.
When I actually play Mega Millions, I usually buy 10 combinations maximum.
Thus the need for 10 MBs.
I then choose the String set that seems to have the best opportunity and play the first 10 MBs.
I sometimes choose one of the 'coldest' numbers and a repeat number.
The four strings will now be adjusted to compensate for the '9' being added to the bottom of
the A String.
My workout has lot of flexibility.
If it isn't clear, I believe analysis of trends based on current drawing history is the best
way to choose numbers to play.
My workout is a single substitute for composite drawing results from multiple drawing machines
and ball sets.