San Angelo, Texas United States Member #1097 January 31, 2003 1394 Posts Offline

Posted: October 24, 2012, 10:12 pm - IP Logged

New Substitute Lottery System

Master Conversion Key

It goes without saying that I don't believe choosing lottery numbers using a workout driven by analysis of number combinations, inventory totals, complex mathematical equations and the like is worthwhile.

Trying to keep track of 1,000 Pick 3 combinations is a difficult task.

Thus, substitution to clarify and reduce the workload.

Dynamic lottery systems are best, many believe.

I disagree.

Workouts that include dynamic features that try to mimic or reflect the 'chaos' of actual lottery drawings are common place, but, in my humble opinion, are doing more harm than good.

Well, what is the alternative?

Basically, I believe the best approach is using winning lottery numbers to drive a separate, or substitute lottery system. In other words, place a clear line between what goes on at the lottery and the substitute system itself and the data used to make choices.

I did some research and found a Pick 3 system where substitution is used. The lottery numbers are represented by the letters A thru J. However, there are hundreds of 3-letter combinations to keep track of.

I found another system where numbers were converted to their binary equivalents. Thus providing thousands of combinations to track.

Has to be a better way.

Thus, adoption of what I call a 'Master Conversion Key'.

The key gives the lottery numbers a new identify, called Gap numbers, each of which has an alphabetical companion. E.g. 1A, 5B. 7C and 0R.

The Key divides the 10 lottery numbers into 4 parts, A, B, C and R.

A picture is worth more than a thousand words.

Master Conversion Key: (For Pick 3, Pick 4)

Lottery numbers: 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Gap numbers: 7 3 8 0 9 2 4 6 1 5 Gap Alphas: C A C R C A B B A B

These are fixed values e.g. L#0 is always G7, G7 is always 7C.

Examples:

Lottery# 082 = G# - 718 = GA - CAC Lottery# 499 = G# - 955 = GA - CBB Lottery# 210 = G# - 837 = GA - CAC Lottery# 666 = G# - 444 = GA - BBB

Etc

Put another way, there are 3 Gap Alpha 'As' = 1A, 2A, 3A. There are 3 Gap Alpha 'Bs' = 4B, 5B, 6B. There are 3 Gap Alpha 'Cs' = 7C, 8C, 9C. There is one Gap Alpha 'R' = 0R

Further,

Gap numbers 1 2 3 are Gap Alphas 1A, 2A, 3A. Gap numbers 4 5 6 are Gap Alphas 4B, 5B, 6B. Gap numbers 7 8 9 are Gap Alphas 7C, 8C, 9C. Gap number 0 is Gap Alpha 0R

Important: These are fixed substitutions for the Master Key sequences given above.

If the key sequences are changed in any way, all data generated by the original sequence must be discarded.

Just like lottery balls, the numbers and letters are 'objects', that is, they are never added, subtracted, multiplied or divided.

Key Sequences

Any Gap number sequence is acceptable provided there are no repeat numbers. The only restriction is that a lottery number should not be represented by the same Gap number. ie., L#1 should never be G#1, etc

There are 10 numbers in a Pick 3 game, therefore, there has to be 3 Gap Alpha As, 3 Bs, 3 Cs and one R.

Why? The answer will become clear as more of the system is presented.

Once formed, the sequences should not be changed in any way whatever.

The same Key Sequence can be used for Pick 4, or not. It's up to the User.

Feedback

I would appreciate some feedback on this important part of the system or workout.

It should be clear, but, maybe I can't see the forest for the trees.

Florida United States Member #66575 October 30, 2008 3549 Posts Offline

Posted: October 24, 2012, 10:23 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by bobby623 on October 24, 2012

New Substitute Lottery System

Master Conversion Key

It goes without saying that I don't believe choosing lottery numbers using a workout driven by analysis of number combinations, inventory totals, complex mathematical equations and the like is worthwhile.

Trying to keep track of 1,000 Pick 3 combinations is a difficult task.

Thus, substitution to clarify and reduce the workload.

Dynamic lottery systems are best, many believe.

I disagree.

Workouts that include dynamic features that try to mimic or reflect the 'chaos' of actual lottery drawings are common place, but, in my humble opinion, are doing more harm than good.

Well, what is the alternative?

Basically, I believe the best approach is using winning lottery numbers to drive a separate, or substitute lottery system. In other words, place a clear line between what goes on at the lottery and the substitute system itself and the data used to make choices.

I did some research and found a Pick 3 system where substitution is used. The lottery numbers are represented by the letters A thru J. However, there are hundreds of 3-letter combinations to keep track of.

I found another system where numbers were converted to their binary equivalents. Thus providing thousands of combinations to track.

Has to be a better way.

Thus, adoption of what I call a 'Master Conversion Key'.

The key gives the lottery numbers a new identify, called Gap numbers, each of which has an alphabetical companion. E.g. 1A, 5B. 7C and 0R.

The Key divides the 10 lottery numbers into 4 parts, A, B, C and R.

A picture is worth more than a thousand words.

Master Conversion Key: (For Pick 3, Pick 4)

Lottery numbers: 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Gap numbers: 7 3 8 0 9 2 4 6 1 5 Gap Alphas: C A C R C A B B A B

These are fixed values e.g. L#0 is always G7, G7 is always 7C.

Examples:

Lottery# 082 = G# - 718 = GA - CAC Lottery# 499 = G# - 955 = GA - CBB Lottery# 210 = G# - 837 = GA - CAC Lottery# 666 = G# - 444 = GA - BBB

Etc

Put another way, there are 3 Gap Alpha 'As' = 1A, 2A, 3A. There are 3 Gap Alpha 'Bs' = 4B, 5B, 6B. There are 3 Gap Alpha 'Cs' = 7C, 8C, 9C. There is one Gap Alpha 'R' = 0R

Further,

Gap numbers 1 2 3 are Gap Alphas 1A, 2A, 3A. Gap numbers 4 5 6 are Gap Alphas 4B, 5B, 6B. Gap numbers 7 8 9 are Gap Alphas 7C, 8C, 9C. Gap number 0 is Gap Alpha 0R

Important: These are fixed substitutions for the Master Key sequences given above.

If the key sequences are changed in any way, all data generated by the original sequence must be discarded.

Just like lottery balls, the numbers and letters are 'objects', that is, they are never added, subtracted, multiplied or divided.

Key Sequences

Any Gap number sequence is acceptable provided there are no repeat numbers. The only restriction is that a lottery number should not be represented by the same Gap number. ie., L#1 should never be G#1, etc

There are 10 numbers in a Pick 3 game, therefore, there has to be 3 Gap Alpha As, 3 Bs, 3 Cs and one R.

Why? The answer will become clear as more of the system is presented.

Once formed, the sequences should not be changed in any way whatever.

The same Key Sequence can be used for Pick 4, or not. It's up to the User.

Feedback

I would appreciate some feedback on this important part of the system or workout.

It should be clear, but, maybe I can't see the forest for the trees.

NC United States Member #29378 January 1, 2006 552 Posts Offline

Posted: October 24, 2012, 11:54 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by bobby623 on October 24, 2012

New Substitute Lottery System

Master Conversion Key

It goes without saying that I don't believe choosing lottery numbers using a workout driven by analysis of number combinations, inventory totals, complex mathematical equations and the like is worthwhile.

Trying to keep track of 1,000 Pick 3 combinations is a difficult task.

Thus, substitution to clarify and reduce the workload.

Dynamic lottery systems are best, many believe.

I disagree.

Workouts that include dynamic features that try to mimic or reflect the 'chaos' of actual lottery drawings are common place, but, in my humble opinion, are doing more harm than good.

Well, what is the alternative?

Basically, I believe the best approach is using winning lottery numbers to drive a separate, or substitute lottery system. In other words, place a clear line between what goes on at the lottery and the substitute system itself and the data used to make choices.

I did some research and found a Pick 3 system where substitution is used. The lottery numbers are represented by the letters A thru J. However, there are hundreds of 3-letter combinations to keep track of.

I found another system where numbers were converted to their binary equivalents. Thus providing thousands of combinations to track.

Has to be a better way.

Thus, adoption of what I call a 'Master Conversion Key'.

The key gives the lottery numbers a new identify, called Gap numbers, each of which has an alphabetical companion. E.g. 1A, 5B. 7C and 0R.

The Key divides the 10 lottery numbers into 4 parts, A, B, C and R.

A picture is worth more than a thousand words.

Master Conversion Key: (For Pick 3, Pick 4)

Lottery numbers: 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Gap numbers: 7 3 8 0 9 2 4 6 1 5 Gap Alphas: C A C R C A B B A B

These are fixed values e.g. L#0 is always G7, G7 is always 7C.

Examples:

Lottery# 082 = G# - 718 = GA - CAC Lottery# 499 = G# - 955 = GA - CBB Lottery# 210 = G# - 837 = GA - CAC Lottery# 666 = G# - 444 = GA - BBB

Etc

Put another way, there are 3 Gap Alpha 'As' = 1A, 2A, 3A. There are 3 Gap Alpha 'Bs' = 4B, 5B, 6B. There are 3 Gap Alpha 'Cs' = 7C, 8C, 9C. There is one Gap Alpha 'R' = 0R

Further,

Gap numbers 1 2 3 are Gap Alphas 1A, 2A, 3A. Gap numbers 4 5 6 are Gap Alphas 4B, 5B, 6B. Gap numbers 7 8 9 are Gap Alphas 7C, 8C, 9C. Gap number 0 is Gap Alpha 0R

Important: These are fixed substitutions for the Master Key sequences given above.

If the key sequences are changed in any way, all data generated by the original sequence must be discarded.

Just like lottery balls, the numbers and letters are 'objects', that is, they are never added, subtracted, multiplied or divided.

Key Sequences

Any Gap number sequence is acceptable provided there are no repeat numbers. The only restriction is that a lottery number should not be represented by the same Gap number. ie., L#1 should never be G#1, etc

There are 10 numbers in a Pick 3 game, therefore, there has to be 3 Gap Alpha As, 3 Bs, 3 Cs and one R.

Why? The answer will become clear as more of the system is presented.

Once formed, the sequences should not be changed in any way whatever.

The same Key Sequence can be used for Pick 4, or not. It's up to the User.

Feedback

I would appreciate some feedback on this important part of the system or workout.

It should be clear, but, maybe I can't see the forest for the trees.

San Angelo, Texas United States Member #1097 January 31, 2003 1394 Posts Offline

Posted: October 27, 2012, 10:50 am - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by RJOh on October 25, 2012

As long as you're winning, it doesn't matter how you're picking your numbers.

IMHO, folks who don't have a systematic strategy, system, workout (you name it) for choosing which numbers to play are essentially spending money on Quick Picks.

San Angelo, Texas United States Member #1097 January 31, 2003 1394 Posts Offline

Posted: October 29, 2012, 4:14 pm - IP Logged

Hi

I've received a couple of inquiries regarding the Master Conversion Key. I think I've aready answered them, but, maybe I need to address them again, to be sure.

1. Can more than one person have the same key? Yes, in fact, a family or a pool should use the same key. Otherwise, the tracking charts will contain conflicting data.

2. Is there a default key for a game? No, the key only applies to the person or persons using it.

3. Can the Gap numbers be added or substracted to generate sums, etc.? No. Just like official lottery balls, all numbers associated with this strategy are objects. They have no mathematical value.

4. Can the master conversion key strategy be used for other lottery games? Yes. There can be one key sequence for all decades, or different ones for each decade. Remember, that Decade 'A' (1 to 9) has nine digits, therefore, there wouldn't be an '0R'. A decade with less than 9 numbers can be divided into pairs, or any manner the User desires. Just be consistent.

5. Can the G# combinations be used for Positional play?? Yes, however, extensive tracking is required.

I'm willing to help anyone wanting to establish Positional Tracking charts. I'm also willing to help establish other tracking charts, mainly Inventory and HotSheets.