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I have a workout named Substitution Lottery System.
I've posted many details here in LP.
Basically, this is how it works.
Winning lottery combinations are substituted and divided into 3 groups according to a key.
For example, using my personal key:
L# Sub# Structure
0 7 C
1 6 B
2 0 R
3 3 A
4 9 C
5 5 B
6 8 C
7 4 B
8 1 A
9 2 A
Group A, aka Book A = 1A, 2A, 3A
Group B, aka Book B = 4B, 5B, 6B
Group C, aka Book C = 7C, 8C, 9C, 0R
Every substitute combination sits on a foundation, or Alpha structure, as determined by the key.
817 = 164 = ABB
276 = 048 = RBC
223 = 003 = RRA
Every Alpha structure can be expanded into a 4-digit numerical structure,
aka Box structure, according to the position and number of As, Bs, Cs, or Rs.
These structures are formed by rule, A in Position 1, B in Position 2, C in Position 3
and R in Position 4.
ABB has one A, two Bs, zero C, zero R = 1200
RBC has zero A, one B, one C, zero R = 0110
RRA has one A, zero B, zero C , two Rs = 1002
Box Structure 1200 has one A, two Bs, zero C, zero R = ABB, which can be rearranged to
form two additional Alpha structures: BAB, BBA
Box Structure 0110 has zero A, one B, one C, one R = RBC, which can be rearranged to
form five additional Alpha structures: BCR, CRB, BRC, RCB, CBR
Box Structure 1002 has one A, zero B, zero C and two Rs = RRA, which can be rearranged to
form two additional Alpha structures: RAR, ARR
There are 20 Numerical structures.
The objective of any workout is to generate data that a player can use in deciding
which digits have the best chance of being in the next or the next few drawings.
Following specific rules, the workout incorporates several tracking charts that analyze
drawing history in certain ways to provide reliable trends which, in turn, can aid the selection process.
Tracking the Alpha structures is one of the more important tools.
There are two tracking paths - by position or without regard to position, aka All positions.
Using the three Alpha structures presented here, the single string, aka BooK D, is:
My current All Position, Book D string, based on 115 consecutive Alpha structures, has 345 letters.
/May not be 100% accurate//
The Alpha string is used to generate, on a letter by letter basis, according to a rule, a numerical string aka Followers, or 'F' string, which has exactly the same number of digits as letters in the
The Follower string is generated by counting the number of active cells between like letters or digits in a continuous string of data.
There are four Active cells in the Alpha string - A, B, C, R.
There are four Active cells in the Follower string - 1, 2, 3, 4.
Example of how the strings are initiated and maintained.
The next Alpha structure is ABB.
Thus: Add 'A' in G column.
Count the number of Active cells between the A being added and the A already in the
string. The count is 4, which is placed in the F column. The A that was already in the string is
marked off in some manner, usually a light cross. Thus:
Add first B to the G column. Count the number of active cells between the B being added
and the B already in the string. The count is 4. Thus:
Add the second B to the G column. Count the number of active cells between the B being
added and B already in the string. The count is 1.
Mark off the B that was already in the stream.
Note: The marked off letters remain in place.
Note: The Follower digits are NOT marked off.
In order to be useful, the G and F strings need to be broken down into small pieces for analysis.
Tracking the individual letters to form a 4X4 matrix showing how many times individual
letters follow other letters.
A.A = 25 times, A.B = 38 times, A.C =24 times, A.R 8 times.
There are no other subordinate strings using G letters.
A 4x4 matrix shows how many time the individual digits follow other digits.
1.1 25 times, 1.2 22 times, 1.3 22 times, 1.4 18 times
The F string can be divided into Pairs, with third digits added to show specific trends.
There are 16 possible pairs.
11,12,13,14 21,22,23,24 31,32,33,34 41,42,43,44
These sub-strings are manually updated after each drawing.
I chose Pair 22 and its third digits in my initial posting.
The sub-string ends with Pair 11.
The question remains, What digit could be next?
As can be seen by examining the F string above, the last current Pair is 14.
The third digits for Pair 14 are:
Again, the question is: What's next?
How is the 'Whats next' digit used to aid selection of a lottery number???
The digit selected is used to determine which of the three books the
lottery number can be found.
Lets say that, using all the data available, the Next digit choice is '3'
Referring to the Alpha string, counting up the column, the third Active cell is "C", meaning the
lottery number will be 0, 6, 4 or 2.
Because there are 3 letters in a Pick 3 combination, the above
process is conducted two more times.
The 'C' is temporarily added to the G string, the '3' is temporarily added to the 'F' string, and the
analysis is repeated.
The second set of choices are temporarily added and the analysis is repeated a third time.
The means by which a specific lottery number is chosen involves another
set of data, which is fodder for another posting.
I have to admit that I'm having second thoughts about this endeavor.
I guess I didn't realize how complex the procedure is.
I'm sure you have questions.
Thanks for your interest.