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I can predict one number for sure in a random game

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Not really much to analyse and only takes a second to check my prediction statistics. I'm using all 24 numbers and placing them randomly into six groups of four. My prize ratio is going up and my hit ratio is about the same. We're running 1 and 2 on the lifetime hit ratio and 2 and 3 in the last 30 days.

You post 20 combinations.

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I have a mathimatical formula that produces one number for sure

But that one number is found in a group of 5 numbers. But one of the 5 will show.

The math formula works about 95% of the time.

What could a player do with a math formula like this? Could it be an advantage to anyone?

To show the difference it would make, we need to know 5 out of how many.

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I have a mathimatical formula that produces one number for sure

But that one number is found in a group of 5 numbers. But one of the 5 will show.

The math formula works about 95% of the time.

What could a player do with a math formula like this? Could it be an advantage to anyone?

I just did that yesterday in kosmic thread.

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I have a mathimatical formula that produces one number for sure

But that one number is found in a group of 5 numbers. But one of the 5 will show.

The math formula works about 95% of the time.

What could a player do with a math formula like this? Could it be an advantage to anyone?

Scientistman where ya at?! Whats the purpose of starting a thread just to abandon it? Makes no sense.....

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Exactly... couldn't agree more.

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You post 20 combinations.

Because six groups of four numbers creates 20 combination. The ticket cost is \$2 and the wheel creates two winning tickets for every win. If I get a 9 number match, I'll have a 3 number match too. I'm just using the Predictions Board to see how much this type of play reduces the cost of play.

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To show the difference it would make, we need to know 5 out of how many.

I'm assuming he meant pick-3 and it reminded me of a system from a few years ago that keyed on just four digits.

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Because six groups of four numbers creates 20 combination. The ticket cost is \$2 and the wheel creates two winning tickets for every win. If I get a 9 number match, I'll have a 3 number match too. I'm just using the Predictions Board to see how much this type of play reduces the cost of play.

Can you show the wheel?

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Can you show the wheel?

Put all 24 numbers into six groups of four, number each group from 1 to 6, and use a simple six digit pick-3 wheel.

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Scientistman where ya at?! Whats the purpose of starting a thread just to abandon it? Makes no sense.....

Maybe he realized he was in over his head and decided to move on.

* you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy winning ones *

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Maybe he realized he was in over his head and decided to move on.

Did he post even "one" correct number??

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I'm assuming he meant pick-3 and it reminded me of a system from a few years ago that keyed on just four digits.

P-3? Oh, well n/m.

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TT

I don't know if it works for all games but the best way I have found to get one correct number match

for my 5-39 is to buy a QP.  It sometimes takes more than one but about 60 to 70 percent of the time

that's what I get, lol.  Way back I would buy 2 or 3 qp's and wheel/filter all the numbers from them.  I

would wind up with 8 to 12 total numbers and a few times I would have 4 of the 5 winning numbers

within the group.   One of the filters I used was that no more than 2 numbers in any one set could

come from a single QP line.  12 numbers only produces 792 unfiltered lines.   I guess a person could

wheel them for a 3 if 5  for a cheap system.

RL

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TT

I don't know if it works for all games but the best way I have found to get one correct number match

for my 5-39 is to buy a QP.  It sometimes takes more than one but about 60 to 70 percent of the time

that's what I get, lol.  Way back I would buy 2 or 3 qp's and wheel/filter all the numbers from them.  I

would wind up with 8 to 12 total numbers and a few times I would have 4 of the 5 winning numbers

within the group.   One of the filters I used was that no more than 2 numbers in any one set could

come from a single QP line.  12 numbers only produces 792 unfiltered lines.   I guess a person could

wheel them for a 3 if 5  for a cheap system.

RL

The odds of matching one in a 5/39 game is 1:2 regardless of how you pick the five numbers.

* you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy winning ones *

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