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# Help wanted: manual's system

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I've had a few PMs about my system. As I've said, I'm stuck on a problem. I'm going to try and outline where I'm stuck at so maybe the LP collective can come up with a solution. The nuts and bolts of the system is fairly simple. It's based on deviations. I wanted to create a system that was played for 7 days or until a hit occurred. Hopefully, with 9 sets or less, per draw, to minimize cost. I'm a programmer so any system I made would be based on data. After you get past the initial idea, it gets a little more involved… For now, I'd like to focus on the problem:

The current version of the system is written in SQL (for proof of concept and testing). So it's a bit difficult to share this for anyone that doesn't know SQL. So I'll try to just stick to examples and data. For the sake of saving time, just know that at some point a set is generated based on how a set differs from the previous draws (i.e. if Position 1 of a draw is 5, and Position 1 of the draw before it is 8, the deviation is 3. 8 - 5 = 3).

Using my deviation system, I input a date of 12/1/12 (so this includes 12/1 draws). It goes through back data (not much, maybe ten days or so, or twenty draws. It's hard to explain without really getting into the boring stuff) and generates a deviation set. In the case of 12/1, I have a deviation set of 6-2-4. Now my problem presents itself. I have to do something with this deviation set so it affects the last drawn set. The last drawn set in FL on 12/1 EVE was 7-0-9. I can either add the deviation set to it or subtract it. If you subtract each deviation position from the last drawn position, you miss out on a bunch of straight hits. Same thing goes for addition. However, if you mix up the positions, you get 50%+ straight hits for the month.

Still using 12/1 as an example here's the workout:
Position 1 deviation is 6. The last drawn is 7. Using lotto math, the possible values are 3 and 1
Position 2 deviation is 2. The last drawn is 0. Using lotto math, the possible values are 2 and 8
Position 3 deviation is 4. The last drawn is 9. Using lotto math, the possible values are 3 and 5

Since this is deviation based, it's a guess where numbers will hit. With that in mind, I do a +1/-1 workout on Positions 2 & 3. Assuming I went addition on each position, here is a set this system would come up with.

334, 333, 332, 324, 323, 322, 314, 313, 312 (312 hit on 12/3 EVE)

Here's another example for 12/2: Position 1 (deviations match): 9. Position 2 (deviations match): 0. Position 3 (addition deviation): 4. Position 3 (subtraction deviation): 6

On 12/3 Mid, 9-0-7 hit. Keep in mind I add +1/-1 to positions 2 & 3. Position 1 (9) matches exactly. Position 2 (0) matches exactly. Position 3 matches subtraction +1. If you don't add the +/- 1 to positions 2 & 3, you miss out on a lot of straights. So the key question remains, do I apply addition or subtraction to position X? Keep in mind, this changes for each and every draw. Playing all positive on 12/1 was good. On 12/2, I would've missed a straight. If you're still with me and have any suggestions, it would be greatly appreciated.

Since I used 12/1 and 12/2, here's 12/3, it didn't hit within 7 days (but, for the sake of arguement, straights did happen on 12/26 and 12/27 but it's not all that cost effective to play numbers for that long, hoping for a hit...):

 Pos1A Pos1S Pos2A Pos2S Pos3A Pos3S 5 1 8 6 1 5 5 1 8 6 0 4 5 1 8 6 9 3 5 1 7 5 1 5 5 1 7 5 0 4 5 1 7 5 9 3 5 1 6 4 1 5 5 1 6 4 0 4 5 1 6 4 9 3
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Try taking the average root over 15 draws and then use this as the "x.

I wont dazzle you with slick graphics and long-winded bs.,tons of 200 numbers charts ,percentages etc.

I just contribute real systems!

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Try taking the average root over 15 draws and then use this as the "x.

11/1 - 11/8 Average SUM: 13
11/1 - 11/8 Average Root: 4.7
Running numbers for 11/8, the next hit was 8-8-3 on 11/16. 8-8-3's SUM is 19, Root is 10.

11/2 - 11/9 Average SUM: 12
11/2 - 11/9 Average Root: 4.3
Running numbers for 11/9, the next hit was 9-6-2 on 11/19. 9-6-2's SUM is 17, Root is 8.

Neither one of those examples is following the 7-day rule but I was just testing the Root theory. Based on these two examples, one can hypothesize that if the SUM or Root of the workout picks is close to the average, it won't hit. If I go +/- 4 on the SUM, and +/- 1 on the Root, it's reducing the workout numbers by a very good margin and not removing the winners. This may be different for hits that follow the 7 day rule. Might have to go the other way. In any case, it's giving me something to test.

Thank you very much for the suggestion.

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11/1 - 11/8 Average SUM: 13
11/1 - 11/8 Average Root: 4.7
Running numbers for 11/8, the next hit was 8-8-3 on 11/16. 8-8-3's SUM is 19, Root is 10.

11/2 - 11/9 Average SUM: 12
11/2 - 11/9 Average Root: 4.3
Running numbers for 11/9, the next hit was 9-6-2 on 11/19. 9-6-2's SUM is 17, Root is 8.

Neither one of those examples is following the 7-day rule but I was just testing the Root theory. Based on these two examples, one can hypothesize that if the SUM or Root of the workout picks is close to the average, it won't hit. If I go +/- 4 on the SUM, and +/- 1 on the Root, it's reducing the workout numbers by a very good margin and not removing the winners. This may be different for hits that follow the 7 day rule. Might have to go the other way. In any case, it's giving me something to test.

Thank you very much for the suggestion.

I use rootsa in different ways.  In NM 191 was drawn over a week ago.  I put the root in my pick 3 step down program and 5 draws later a hit. 757.

 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2
 4 6 4 5 7 5 6 7 5 7 7 5 8 7 5 9 7 5 0 7 5 1 7 5 2 7 5 3 7 5 4 7 5

I wont dazzle you with slick graphics and long-winded bs.,tons of 200 numbers charts ,percentages etc.

I just contribute real systems!

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 Posted: January 7, 2013, 9:33 pm - IP Logged

Well, roots are taking out a fair amount of 'bad' picks but it's weeding out some good ones as well. Doesn't seem to matter if I go off of SUM, Root, or both. Removing or keeping +/- 1 on Root produces the same results. Pity... ah well, back to the grind.

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 Posted: January 7, 2013, 10:18 pm - IP Logged

I've had a few PMs about my system. As I've said, I'm stuck on a problem. I'm going to try and outline where I'm stuck at so maybe the LP collective can come up with a solution. The nuts and bolts of the system is fairly simple. It's based on deviations. I wanted to create a system that was played for 7 days or until a hit occurred. Hopefully, with 9 sets or less, per draw, to minimize cost. I'm a programmer so any system I made would be based on data. After you get past the initial idea, it gets a little more involved… For now, I'd like to focus on the problem:

The current version of the system is written in SQL (for proof of concept and testing). So it's a bit difficult to share this for anyone that doesn't know SQL. So I'll try to just stick to examples and data. For the sake of saving time, just know that at some point a set is generated based on how a set differs from the previous draws (i.e. if Position 1 of a draw is 5, and Position 1 of the draw before it is 8, the deviation is 3. 8 - 5 = 3).

Using my deviation system, I input a date of 12/1/12 (so this includes 12/1 draws). It goes through back data (not much, maybe ten days or so, or twenty draws. It's hard to explain without really getting into the boring stuff) and generates a deviation set. In the case of 12/1, I have a deviation set of 6-2-4. Now my problem presents itself. I have to do something with this deviation set so it affects the last drawn set. The last drawn set in FL on 12/1 EVE was 7-0-9. I can either add the deviation set to it or subtract it. If you subtract each deviation position from the last drawn position, you miss out on a bunch of straight hits. Same thing goes for addition. However, if you mix up the positions, you get 50%+ straight hits for the month.

Still using 12/1 as an example here's the workout:
Position 1 deviation is 6. The last drawn is 7. Using lotto math, the possible values are 3 and 1
Position 2 deviation is 2. The last drawn is 0. Using lotto math, the possible values are 2 and 8
Position 3 deviation is 4. The last drawn is 9. Using lotto math, the possible values are 3 and 5

Since this is deviation based, it's a guess where numbers will hit. With that in mind, I do a +1/-1 workout on Positions 2 & 3. Assuming I went addition on each position, here is a set this system would come up with.

334, 333, 332, 324, 323, 322, 314, 313, 312 (312 hit on 12/3 EVE)

Here's another example for 12/2: Position 1 (deviations match): 9. Position 2 (deviations match): 0. Position 3 (addition deviation): 4. Position 3 (subtraction deviation): 6

On 12/3 Mid, 9-0-7 hit. Keep in mind I add +1/-1 to positions 2 & 3. Position 1 (9) matches exactly. Position 2 (0) matches exactly. Position 3 matches subtraction +1. If you don't add the +/- 1 to positions 2 & 3, you miss out on a lot of straights. So the key question remains, do I apply addition or subtraction to position X? Keep in mind, this changes for each and every draw. Playing all positive on 12/1 was good. On 12/2, I would've missed a straight. If you're still with me and have any suggestions, it would be greatly appreciated.

Since I used 12/1 and 12/2, here's 12/3, it didn't hit within 7 days (but, for the sake of arguement, straights did happen on 12/26 and 12/27 but it's not all that cost effective to play numbers for that long, hoping for a hit...):

 Pos1A Pos1S Pos2A Pos2S Pos3A Pos3S 5 1 8 6 1 5 5 1 8 6 0 4 5 1 8 6 9 3 5 1 7 5 1 5 5 1 7 5 0 4 5 1 7 5 9 3 5 1 6 4 1 5 5 1 6 4 0 4 5 1 6 4 9 3

Can you do a manual workout  for few combined draws of a State with  'deviation concept'?.

Visual illustration may help members to see the solution or come up with ideal. Use this Cal. data for example, explain the concept  from dates dec 29 to Jan 1.

Mon, Jan 7, 2013 Sun, Jan 6, 2013 Drawing Date Pick 3 Midday Evening 235 753 964 531 984 849 393 347 850 449 190 453 711 762 855 535 063 547 779 781

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 Posted: January 7, 2013, 10:53 pm - IP Logged

I've had a few PMs about my system. As I've said, I'm stuck on a problem. I'm going to try and outline where I'm stuck at so maybe the LP collective can come up with a solution. The nuts and bolts of the system is fairly simple. It's based on deviations. I wanted to create a system that was played for 7 days or until a hit occurred. Hopefully, with 9 sets or less, per draw, to minimize cost. I'm a programmer so any system I made would be based on data. After you get past the initial idea, it gets a little more involved… For now, I'd like to focus on the problem:

The current version of the system is written in SQL (for proof of concept and testing). So it's a bit difficult to share this for anyone that doesn't know SQL. So I'll try to just stick to examples and data. For the sake of saving time, just know that at some point a set is generated based on how a set differs from the previous draws (i.e. if Position 1 of a draw is 5, and Position 1 of the draw before it is 8, the deviation is 3. 8 - 5 = 3).

Using my deviation system, I input a date of 12/1/12 (so this includes 12/1 draws). It goes through back data (not much, maybe ten days or so, or twenty draws. It's hard to explain without really getting into the boring stuff) and generates a deviation set. In the case of 12/1, I have a deviation set of 6-2-4. Now my problem presents itself. I have to do something with this deviation set so it affects the last drawn set. The last drawn set in FL on 12/1 EVE was 7-0-9. I can either add the deviation set to it or subtract it. If you subtract each deviation position from the last drawn position, you miss out on a bunch of straight hits. Same thing goes for addition. However, if you mix up the positions, you get 50%+ straight hits for the month.

Still using 12/1 as an example here's the workout:
Position 1 deviation is 6. The last drawn is 7. Using lotto math, the possible values are 3 and 1
Position 2 deviation is 2. The last drawn is 0. Using lotto math, the possible values are 2 and 8
Position 3 deviation is 4. The last drawn is 9. Using lotto math, the possible values are 3 and 5

Since this is deviation based, it's a guess where numbers will hit. With that in mind, I do a +1/-1 workout on Positions 2 & 3. Assuming I went addition on each position, here is a set this system would come up with.

334, 333, 332, 324, 323, 322, 314, 313, 312 (312 hit on 12/3 EVE)

Here's another example for 12/2: Position 1 (deviations match): 9. Position 2 (deviations match): 0. Position 3 (addition deviation): 4. Position 3 (subtraction deviation): 6

On 12/3 Mid, 9-0-7 hit. Keep in mind I add +1/-1 to positions 2 & 3. Position 1 (9) matches exactly. Position 2 (0) matches exactly. Position 3 matches subtraction +1. If you don't add the +/- 1 to positions 2 & 3, you miss out on a lot of straights. So the key question remains, do I apply addition or subtraction to position X? Keep in mind, this changes for each and every draw. Playing all positive on 12/1 was good. On 12/2, I would've missed a straight. If you're still with me and have any suggestions, it would be greatly appreciated.

Since I used 12/1 and 12/2, here's 12/3, it didn't hit within 7 days (but, for the sake of arguement, straights did happen on 12/26 and 12/27 but it's not all that cost effective to play numbers for that long, hoping for a hit...):

 Pos1A Pos1S Pos2A Pos2S Pos3A Pos3S 5 1 8 6 1 5 5 1 8 6 0 4 5 1 8 6 9 3 5 1 7 5 1 5 5 1 7 5 0 4 5 1 7 5 9 3 5 1 6 4 1 5 5 1 6 4 0 4 5 1 6 4 9 3

How many deviation sets was generated for the pool size  (0-9)? You might take a look at  generating the deviations from the pool ( this will be  very random), instead of deviations based on  historical data, this just a thought.

can you generate all possible deviations between all digits in the pool 0-9?

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