The New Substitute Lottery System with Gap Strategy
I have been posting my ideas regarding lottery systems here in LP since 2003.
Although there were lot of posting at LP at the time, there wasn't much information on the
There seemed to be a lot of interest but few in-depth ideas.
After being financially burned by commercial lottery prediction systems that
didn't (still don't) work, I decided to build my own - for general use.
There has to be a better way, I told myself.
I shouldn't have to post 25 or more combinations to win $40 in Pick 3.
I did a lot of research and I finally decided that some-type of substitution system
would be the best choice.
I decided to post my ideas.
I developed a paper and pencil Decade workout where individual winning combinations were reduced
to what I called 'alphanumeric combinations' using a fixed key.
Ex: Key: 1-9 = A, 10-19 = B, 20-29 = C, 30-39 = D, 40-49 = E, 50-59 = F.
Ex: Thus 184.108.40.206.37 = AACDD, 10.18.44.55.59 = BBEFF, etc
These were further broken downs to First3, Last 3, etc, depending on the game.
This greatly reduced the number of combinations to log and track.
Can't say that I won that much, but, I had total control over what to play.
Playing numbers generated by someone else wasn't an option.
My system, or my workout, expanded from time to time as I gained more
experience, and data.
I posted all my results and ideas.
I'm sure the more professional LP members found my ideas 'far out', maybe even comical but I was able to find some support.
The last version of my substitute system was posted in the Lottery Systems Forum under the heading -"FL330".
There are 17 posts describing the workout in great detail.
The last time I checked they are on Page 20 and 21.
As I stated in several of my posts, 'missing by one' became a repetitive problem.
If I had won all the games that I missed by one, I'd have a nice bank account.
I asked LP members for assistance in finding a solution, but only got typical silence in
return. I was definitely on my own.
Seems to help, one would have to download the appropriate posts and set up
the workout - something no one was willing to do.
There are millions of lottery players in Texas, but few come to LP and those that do
are riding their own horses.
Well, several family members and friends and myself got together to try and find out
why so many of our predictions were coming up short by one number.
True, all lottery players miss by one or a couple, but, the miss by one problem I'm
talking about seemed to be more than a matter of guessing wrong. I was
convinced it could be attributed to the mechanics of the tracking sub-systems.
To make a long story short, we traced the problem to the premise that lottery games
are 'dynamic' therefore, player designed systems must also be 'dynamic'.
It's difficult to explain but the FL330 workout is 'overkill' in many respects. Sound tracking indicators
of 'what could happen next' are being cancelled by other sound tracking indicators.
Put simply - it's a mess.
I asked Todd to delete the FL330 posts, but he refused.
I attempted to write some explanations, but trying to reconcile or replace the posts
is more than I can handle.
Starting over is the only option.
However, the FL330 workout is valid in many respects.
In fact the new and revised workout includes many of the tracking forms already presented
and discussed in those posts.
So, unless I get an official message telling me not to proceed, I'm going to present and explain
my Last Substitute Lottery System with Gap Strategy.
Instead of a long 'down to China' thread, I'm going to present the workout in parts.
The first part will discuss a basic non-dynamic theory and adoption of a Master Conversion Key where winning lottery numbers are 'transferred' to a workout with a Base Foundation from which all playing suggestions 'spring forth'.
Sounds complicated, but it's not.