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New Substitute Lottery System - Tracking charts

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bobby623's avatar - abstract
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Posted: October 25, 2012, 5:23 pm - IP Logged

New Substitute Lottery System

Tracking Charts

It goes without saying that anyone risking money playing the lottery needs
to have some idea of how the 'balls are falling', so to speak.

I've found over the years in Pick 3 here in Texas that, even with 4 pre-draws,
the winning structures are somewhat repetitive.

We went through a recent period where double lottery numbers ruled.
Presently, it seems Gap Alpha Structures having an 'OR' are showing up frequently.

Of course, anything can happen.

Intuition is a major factor in number selection. The more tracking charts
there are the more likely a player is going to make correct choices.

At least, that's been my experience.

Therefore, this workout features two types of tracking charts - Inventory and HotSheet.

Inventory is a running count of whatever data is being tracked.
While an inventory by itself is not very useful, there are times when it can make
a difference.

The HotSheet provides step-by-step detail about which pieces of information seems to
be coming up more frequently as opposed to data, that for whatever the reason,
seems to be lagging.

In Texas Pick 3, some numbers seem to 'get lost in the woods,' so to speak, while
a few other numbers seem to be in every drawing.

Lottery Numbers Per Se

This is a substitute workout that places very little emphasis on the individual lottery numbers.

Folks have been doing that for nearly 100 years without much success.

However, playing lottery number doubles can be profitable, if one has some idea what pairs have
'come up' recently and those that are 'due.'

Therefore, Inventory and HotSheet tracking of the doubles is necessary.

The details will be in a separate post - Distribution and Count.

The Gap Alpha structures are important to folks who prefer 'Straight' plays.
Please believe me that you really need to know what's going in this area in your lottery.
And, fortunately, there are Inventory and Hotsheets that are really helpful.

The double GA structures just seem to come up more often than the
Singles, and players who overlook this fact will pay a price.

The details for these tracking charts will be in a separate posting.
The data source is the "Types" in Column V of the Worksheet.

I think it's safe to say a majority of Pick 3 players use the Box or
Any Order game feature.

This workout tracks 20 Gap Number Structures that cover all of the

Again, there is an Inventory chart showing which of the 20 seem to
coming up more often than others.

In this instance, a HotSheet is NOT used because of the many

The tracking chart details will be in a separate post - G#S Distribution.

Every lottery number combination has a base, or structure.
The charts mentioned thus far are primarily used to help a player
decide which structure has the best chance of being in the next drawing.

Once a structure is decided on, a player needs help choosing individual

There are two tracking charts for this purpose.

Although it is involved, one is fairly simple to build, maintain and use.
It has three lines of data taken from Column III of the Worksheet.

It is basically for Box plays, but, can be used for Straights, depending on
the User and how much he/she has to spend.

The second is much more extensive and is for Users who
concentrate on 'positional' play.

In either case, more than a little data is needed in order for useful Trends
to emerge.

Therefore, it is recommended that players using this workout for the first
time need to log data for at least 60 prior winning lottery combinations.

Having tracking data for a few drawings just won't work.

It goes without saying that the tracking charts need to be update after
each and every drawing.

Nothing worse than deciding on a double GAS only to find that it came
up in the last drawing.

Stay tuned.