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Has anyone here ever Coded the 39 pick-5 this way?

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NASHVILLE, TENN
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Posted: August 27, 2013, 11:19 pm - IP Logged

Yes!

I've been tracking/playing NY's Take5 using 3 groups of 13 numbers. (Group 1 is 1 thru 13, Group 2 is 14 thru 26, and Group 3 is 27 thru 39) 

Suppose the following set of numbers came out:  6 18 23 31 37

That'd be one number from Group 1, two numbers from Group 2, and two numbers from Group 3.  There are a total of 79,092 possible combinations of 5 numbers from a 5/39 matrix with that "group distribution" (1-2-2)

Suppose this set came out: 1 2 3 4 5 

That's all 5 numbers from Group 1.  (5-0-0 group distribution)  There are only 1,287 possible 5 number combinations associated with that group distribution. 

These distributions also have 79,092 possible combo's 2-1-2, 2-2-1. 

I tend to play 1-2-2, 2-1-2 or 2-2-1 group distributions with a 3/2 oddd/even mix when I pick my numbers.  You should know that I've never a hit 4 out of 5 playing Take5.  Best I ever did was 3/5.  GiveFive

Suggestion:

Track the 212 (or whichever) for the past five years or longer  and determine how often this group repeats.  If there are sufficient number of repeats then you have an indicator of WHEN to place a wager. 

You will still have the problem of selecting lines but you will have the satisfaction of knowing when to lose your money.

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    NASHVILLE, TENN
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    Posted: August 31, 2013, 7:17 pm - IP Logged

    Suggestion II:

    Seeing that the lottery is a random system, the numbers in each of the three groups should be random.  I feel that you should put thirteen random numbers in group 1 and thirteen in group 2 and so on.

    Once you have determined the grouping, never change them.  Now track the groupings by group number.