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# Sequential difference for P3,P4, P5, Lotto: 5/31-5/34

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Is a simple proposition, every draw set triggers a section of the pool,  so be sectional! This chart is handy , more of pencil/paper workout(I understand all these excel  thing, more organizational than intuition). If you don't have patience then don't use, need to reconsider your waging strategy if u decide to use it. Take any draw set, write down the sequential difference, pick your pairs, triads, quads  etc  as your base, eg if my draw set is 759 , my sequential diff will be 2,4 and my pairs are 2(24-27-79), 4(46,45,57).

Data illustration will suffice to offset my poor grammer , so here we go with OHIO Data using the seq.diff. Iam going to  work on P3 and P4.

CHART

 seq. digit difference Pairs triads P4 Quads P5 LOTTO: 5/31  to 5/34 games 0 02,09,91 029,021,291 0029,0099,2291 32-2-34-1-33 1 13,18,80 138,380,130 1138,1130,3380 3-33-31-2-32 2 24,27,79 247,249,479 2247,2249,4479 30-32-4-3-31 3 35,36,68 356,358,568 3356,3358,5568 29-5-31-4-30 4 46,45,57 465,467,657 4465,4467,6657 29-5-31-5-29 5 57,54,46 574,576,745 5574,5576,7745 7-27-29-6-28 6 68,63,35 683,685,835 6683,6685,8835 7-27-29-7-27 7 79,72,24 792,794,924 7792,7794,9924 9-27-25-8-26 8 80,81,13 801,803,013 8801,8803,0013 24-10-26-9-25 9 90,91,12 901,902,012 9901,9902,0012 25-11-23-10-24 lotto 10 12-22-24-11-23 11 21-13-23-11-22 12 20-14-22-13-21 13 19-15-21-14-20 14 18-16-20-15-19 15 17-19-16-18 16 18-16-17 17 19-15-18-16

OHIO DATA

Tue, Feb 5, 2013 Mon, Feb 4, 2013 Sun, Feb 3, 2013 Sat, Feb 2, 2013 Pick 3 Pick 4 Midday Evening Midday Evening 474 485 2641 5572 366 414 8732 6355 787 693 3018 8090 964 558 9649 0921 283 148 5864 5636 285 528 6430 6397 948 675 9338 1566 309 783 8844 1750 969 356 3383 3209 565 304 7164 42

Is better to separate day/ eve draws(For cost and distraction reasons), let start from date Jan 27 (DY draw only)

Date           Draw         seq.dff.       pairs

Jan 27        565            1,1            13x>18x>80x (> priority in selecting, everything is sequential)

jan  28        969            3,3            35-36-68

jan  29        309            3,9            35-36-68 :  90-91-12

jan   30       948            5,4            57,54, 46 : 46-45-57

jan    31       285           6,3             68-63-35 :35-36-68

Now after  5 set(optional) workout,  your pair pattern  becomes clear, U choose only one pattern, don't be greedy(beting strategy), decide to  seq diff 3 for pairs 35,36,68 .

Forming picks for 35,36,68: everything is in sequence, so I'll choose 35, 36 against 0-9, budget constrains?,look at behavior of pairs, and go for str8 or for distinct bet, your x for 356  is the Pool minus 3568 (X=0,1,2,4,9)

P4

Jan 27       7164          6,5,2          683,685, 835 :574,576,745:247,249,479

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You are very generous!

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Is a simple proposition, every draw set triggers a section of the pool,  so be sectional! This chart is handy , more of pencil/paper workout(I understand all these excel  thing, more organizational than intuition). If you don't have patience then don't use, need to reconsider your waging strategy if u decide to use it. Take any draw set, write down the sequential difference, pick your pairs, triads, quads  etc  as your base, eg if my draw set is 759 , my sequential diff will be 2,4 and my pairs are 2(24-27-79), 4(46,45,57).

Data illustration will suffice to offset my poor grammer , so here we go with OHIO Data using the seq.diff. Iam going to  work on P3 and P4.

CHART

 seq. digit difference Pairs triads P4 Quads P5 LOTTO: 5/31  to 5/34 games 0 02,09,91 029,021,291 0029,0099,2291 32-2-34-1-33 1 13,18,80 138,380,130 1138,1130,3380 3-33-31-2-32 2 24,27,79 247,249,479 2247,2249,4479 30-32-4-3-31 3 35,36,68 356,358,568 3356,3358,5568 29-5-31-4-30 4 46,45,57 465,467,657 4465,4467,6657 29-5-31-5-29 5 57,54,46 574,576,745 5574,5576,7745 7-27-29-6-28 6 68,63,35 683,685,835 6683,6685,8835 7-27-29-7-27 7 79,72,24 792,794,924 7792,7794,9924 9-27-25-8-26 8 80,81,13 801,803,013 8801,8803,0013 24-10-26-9-25 9 90,91,12 901,902,012 9901,9902,0012 25-11-23-10-24 lotto 10 12-22-24-11-23 11 21-13-23-11-22 12 20-14-22-13-21 13 19-15-21-14-20 14 18-16-20-15-19 15 17-19-16-18 16 18-16-17 17 19-15-18-16

OHIO DATA

Tue, Feb 5, 2013 Mon, Feb 4, 2013 Sun, Feb 3, 2013 Sat, Feb 2, 2013 Pick 3 Pick 4 Midday Evening Midday Evening 474 485 2641 5572 366 414 8732 6355 787 693 3018 8090 964 558 9649 0921 283 148 5864 5636 285 528 6430 6397 948 675 9338 1566 309 783 8844 1750 969 356 3383 3209 565 304 7164 42

Is better to separate day/ eve draws(For cost and distraction reasons), let start from date Jan 27 (DY draw only)

Date           Draw         seq.dff.       pairs

Jan 27        565            1,1            13x>18x>80x (> priority in selecting, everything is sequential)

jan  28        969            3,3            35-36-68

jan  29        309            3,9            35-36-68 :  90-91-12

jan   30       948            5,4            57,54, 46 : 46-45-57

jan    31       285           6,3             68-63-35 :35-36-68

Now after  5 set(optional) workout,  your pair pattern  becomes clear, U choose only one pattern, don't be greedy(beting strategy), decide to  seq diff 3 for pairs 35,36,68 .

Forming picks for 35,36,68: everything is in sequence, so I'll choose 35, 36 against 0-9, budget constrains?,look at behavior of pairs, and go for str8 or for distinct bet, your x for 356  is the Pool minus 3568 (X=0,1,2,4,9)

P4

Jan 27       7164          6,5,2          683,685, 835 :574,576,745:247,249,479

Set up a limit for x when you select a pair, for example if my pair in play is 35, 36 my limit of x is the highest digit 6, this gives 14 picks total(ie 35/ 0 thru 6 and 36/0-6). The first two sets of pairs/triads... are most frequent.

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Is a simple proposition, every draw set triggers a section of the pool,  so be sectional! This chart is handy , more of pencil/paper workout(I understand all these excel  thing, more organizational than intuition). If you don't have patience then don't use, need to reconsider your waging strategy if u decide to use it. Take any draw set, write down the sequential difference, pick your pairs, triads, quads  etc  as your base, eg if my draw set is 759 , my sequential diff will be 2,4 and my pairs are 2(24-27-79), 4(46,45,57).

Data illustration will suffice to offset my poor grammer , so here we go with OHIO Data using the seq.diff. Iam going to  work on P3 and P4.

CHART

 seq. digit difference Pairs triads P4 Quads P5 LOTTO: 5/31  to 5/34 games 0 02,09,91 029,021,291 0029,0099,2291 32-2-34-1-33 1 13,18,80 138,380,130 1138,1130,3380 3-33-31-2-32 2 24,27,79 247,249,479 2247,2249,4479 30-32-4-3-31 3 35,36,68 356,358,568 3356,3358,5568 29-5-31-4-30 4 46,45,57 465,467,657 4465,4467,6657 29-5-31-5-29 5 57,54,46 574,576,745 5574,5576,7745 7-27-29-6-28 6 68,63,35 683,685,835 6683,6685,8835 7-27-29-7-27 7 79,72,24 792,794,924 7792,7794,9924 9-27-25-8-26 8 80,81,13 801,803,013 8801,8803,0013 24-10-26-9-25 9 90,91,12 901,902,012 9901,9902,0012 25-11-23-10-24 lotto 10 12-22-24-11-23 11 21-13-23-11-22 12 20-14-22-13-21 13 19-15-21-14-20 14 18-16-20-15-19 15 17-19-16-18 16 18-16-17 17 19-15-18-16

OHIO DATA

Tue, Feb 5, 2013 Mon, Feb 4, 2013 Sun, Feb 3, 2013 Sat, Feb 2, 2013 Pick 3 Pick 4 Midday Evening Midday Evening 474 485 2641 5572 366 414 8732 6355 787 693 3018 8090 964 558 9649 0921 283 148 5864 5636 285 528 6430 6397 948 675 9338 1566 309 783 8844 1750 969 356 3383 3209 565 304 7164 42

Is better to separate day/ eve draws(For cost and distraction reasons), let start from date Jan 27 (DY draw only)

Date           Draw         seq.dff.       pairs

Jan 27        565            1,1            13x>18x>80x (> priority in selecting, everything is sequential)

jan  28        969            3,3            35-36-68

jan  29        309            3,9            35-36-68 :  90-91-12

jan   30       948            5,4            57,54, 46 : 46-45-57

jan    31       285           6,3             68-63-35 :35-36-68

Now after  5 set(optional) workout,  your pair pattern  becomes clear, U choose only one pattern, don't be greedy(beting strategy), decide to  seq diff 3 for pairs 35,36,68 .

Forming picks for 35,36,68: everything is in sequence, so I'll choose 35, 36 against 0-9, budget constrains?,look at behavior of pairs, and go for str8 or for distinct bet, your x for 356  is the Pool minus 3568 (X=0,1,2,4,9)

P4

Jan 27       7164          6,5,2          683,685, 835 :574,576,745:247,249,479

NB:For P4/P5 use combined data(Day and Night). Remember everything is in sequence, hence the first two sets of Pairs/triads/quads is all you need.

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Hello adobea78, good job, I question whether it is possible also the pair of extremes of pick3?
Example = 759 pair difference = extreme = 3.0 and 2.4
Pair extreme, is the difference of zero -7 = 3 and at the other end 9-9 = 0
Where the pair is of two frontiers (limit) the left is zero right 9
So in the example 759 have two pairs of pair = 24 and pair of 30 tips

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Hello adobea78, good job, I question whether it is possible also the pair of extremes of pick3?
Example = 759 pair difference = extreme = 3.0 and 2.4
Pair extreme, is the difference of zero -7 = 3 and at the other end 9-9 = 0
Where the pair is of two frontiers (limit) the left is zero right 9
So in the example 759 have two pairs of pair = 24 and pair of 30 tips

Sorry, I don't get the drift, anyways I love to keep things simple. I tried to reduced all my workout to the simplest format before I post. In all probability games many options epitomize the phrase "Jack of all trades, but master of none'. Take a basic concept, exhaust with all options, but the final product should have few  steps to use it.

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NB:For P4/P5 use combined data(Day and Night). Remember everything is in sequence, hence the first two sets of Pairs/triads/quads is all you need.

Play picks for how many draws maximum?  Thanks!

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Play picks for how many draws maximum?  Thanks!

Median, 7 days for P4,  4 days for P3( note the word Median, you always have oscilliations of +/- , you need to adjust for your State. What State/s do you usually wage?

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Median, 7 days for P4,  4 days for P3( note the word Median, you always have oscilliations of +/- , you need to adjust for your State. What State/s do you usually wage?

Cool!  Thanks, again!

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How are these used?

Is it a difference of 10 from the highest to lowest digit?  There isn't any explanation.

 otto 10 12-22-24-11-23 11 21-13-23-11-22 12 20-14-22-13-21 13 19-15-21-14-20 14 18-16-20-15-19 15 17-19-16-18 16 18-16-17 17 19-15-18-16

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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You are very generous!

convert seq. difference into on string and see what happens. The draw sets are subset of a larger set, so be sectional in picks. I call the string smaller pools in moments. Let's convert the pairs into string using the Ga data below>

GA data

 Thu, Feb 7, 2013 Wed, Feb 6, 2013 Tue, Feb 5, 2013 Mon, Feb 4, 2013 645 6453 263 935 1038 1069 464 389 6948 2607 458 045 3810 1192 085 284 8975 3795 756 682 9336 1289 096 764 9745 5067 716 966 9006 4462 160 802 9992 3469 912 403 8607 9466

Take date jan 29 , draw set 912 with seq. diff. 8-1. now convert 8-1 into string(maintain sequence, 8-1 is not 1-8) 8013-1380= \$8013(distint set) or 80131380(double waging). use the string method reduction via drawn set.

date         draw set             seq.dff.            string      reduced string

jan 29       912                   8, 1                  8013        803(1 from draw set 912 reduces the string)

Now you bet on 803 and pairs 80-83(your highest digit is 8, so set the limit of x to 8, what if u don't need doubles(% of 123 draws is higher),then delete   any doubles form:801-802-803-804-805-806-807-830-831-832-834-835-836-837.

jan 29 eve  403                4,3                   46573568      6578(reduced for distint bet)

jan 30 eve   802              finish string          657568                   657 (now convert into 657-65-67)

you can set max digit at 7 and play 650........657, 670.......677 or 650......654 and 670........674(doubles not considered.

summary: Draw set gives u a section of the pool, convert seqpairs into string, reduce string via draw set to minimum of 3 elements for P3,go for str8/box with first digit of reduced string.

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How are these used?

Is it a difference of 10 from the highest to lowest digit?  There isn't any explanation.

 otto 10 12-22-24-11-23 11 21-13-23-11-22 12 20-14-22-13-21 13 19-15-21-14-20 14 18-16-20-15-19 15 17-19-16-18 16 18-16-17 17 19-15-18-16

I think you missed part of the chart, Copy/paste from google table  messed up.  See the original chart on begining of thread. The concept is simple, write down the sequential difference for any drawn set, eg if the set was  1-3-25-17-6, my seq. diff will be 1-3(2), 3-25(21), 25-17(8), 17-6(11)= 2,21,8,11   , these are triggers for the section of the pool , so from the chart :

Diff                 Picks

2                    30,32,4,3,31

21                   not on chart

8                    24,10,26,9,25

11                  21,13,23,11-22

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That helps. Is it the same for the p5 on the top right?  Would you consider putting this on manual's site?

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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