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# Texas Daily 4- Substitution workout

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San Angelo, Texas
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Texas Daily 4 w/sustitution, non-positional

I have  been developing a Daily Game substitution workout for more than a year.
I had hoped a programmer or a coder would answer my pleas and help automate
some of the routines, but, no help there.

Seems a majority of people trying to win a lottery game with a workout are traveling down the
same basically non-productive roads that have existed for 50+ years. Doing something
different would be sacrilege.

The workout I used for the numbers I'll give at the end of the post was born about 2 years
ago, after I had spent several years going down those same generally non-productive
roads that led to lots of frustration.

The winning combination history I use as the 'triggers' for this workout began on 1 June 2012.
That's when the lottery introduced new ball sets.
The balls are usually replaced every year, but there's been a change.
The lottery is adding two additional drawings sometime in early October. At that time, new balls and new machines will be introduced.

Since I'm standing alone, I'm not sure whether I'll start over.
The only thing I know for sure is that I definitely won't be in all 4 drawings.
I'll probably play the 10 p.m. draw.

The substitution method I use provides a lot of detailed insight about where a game has been and where it might be headed.

My workout examines the lottery numbers from two basic directions:

Singles - no repeat numbers
Doubles - one number repeated.

There are other possibilities, but, they don't come around often enough to worry about.

The first step in my D4  workout is breaking the 10 lottery number digits into 3 groups.
The second step is converting the lottery numbers to different, substitute numbers.
This step provides an alphabetical string which I use to divide the substitute numbers into
structures, of which there are 15 basic sets repesenting 10,000 combinations.

Following a specific ritual involving several 'trend strings',  I choose specific substitute numbers
for the alphabetical structures.

The final step is converting the substitute numbers back to lottery numbers.

This is not a number generator, per se.
The User evaluates all the ' trend strings' and uses intuition, logic and experience to choose numbers
to play.

These are 6 sets I've chosen for the Texas Daily 4 072613 Night drawing. These same numbers
will be played for the 072713  Day drawing.

I've included the alphabetical structures.

Singles:

S#    3169   3659   3690
GA    AABC  ABBC  ABCC
L#    1572   1782   1720

Double Lottery Numbers:
S#  6119    2559   3776
GA  BAAC   ABBC  ACCB
L#  7552    1882   1447

Because I have missed winning two straights because I played Box only, I now play both
ways all the time.

Thanks for your interest.

Florida
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Texas Daily 4 w/sustitution, non-positional

I have  been developing a Daily Game substitution workout for more than a year.
I had hoped a programmer or a coder would answer my pleas and help automate
some of the routines, but, no help there.

Seems a majority of people trying to win a lottery game with a workout are traveling down the
same basically non-productive roads that have existed for 50+ years. Doing something
different would be sacrilege.

The workout I used for the numbers I'll give at the end of the post was born about 2 years
ago, after I had spent several years going down those same generally non-productive
roads that led to lots of frustration.

The winning combination history I use as the 'triggers' for this workout began on 1 June 2012.
That's when the lottery introduced new ball sets.
The balls are usually replaced every year, but there's been a change.
The lottery is adding two additional drawings sometime in early October. At that time, new balls and new machines will be introduced.

Since I'm standing alone, I'm not sure whether I'll start over.
The only thing I know for sure is that I definitely won't be in all 4 drawings.
I'll probably play the 10 p.m. draw.

The substitution method I use provides a lot of detailed insight about where a game has been and where it might be headed.

My workout examines the lottery numbers from two basic directions:

Singles - no repeat numbers
Doubles - one number repeated.

There are other possibilities, but, they don't come around often enough to worry about.

The first step in my D4  workout is breaking the 10 lottery number digits into 3 groups.
The second step is converting the lottery numbers to different, substitute numbers.
This step provides an alphabetical string which I use to divide the substitute numbers into
structures, of which there are 15 basic sets repesenting 10,000 combinations.

Following a specific ritual involving several 'trend strings',  I choose specific substitute numbers
for the alphabetical structures.

The final step is converting the substitute numbers back to lottery numbers.

This is not a number generator, per se.
The User evaluates all the ' trend strings' and uses intuition, logic and experience to choose numbers
to play.

These are 6 sets I've chosen for the Texas Daily 4 072613 Night drawing. These same numbers
will be played for the 072713  Day drawing.

I've included the alphabetical structures.

Singles:

S#    3169   3659   3690
GA    AABC  ABBC  ABCC
L#    1572   1782   1720

Double Lottery Numbers:
S#  6119    2559   3776
GA  BAAC   ABBC  ACCB
L#  7552    1882   1447

Because I have missed winning two straights because I played Box only, I now play both
ways all the time.

Thanks for your interest.

Thanks Bobby

Gonna read through and see if I understand it.

Are you open to questions if we have any ?

Thank You

Carlig

San Angelo, Texas
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Thanks Bobby

Gonna read through and see if I understand it.

Are you open to questions if we have any ?

Thank You

Carlig

Carlig

Of course I'll answer questions.
That's why we are all here, right?

It starts out pretty simple but gets complex when the playchart is formed.

Thanks for your interest.

BOSTON
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boy have you got the right help volunteering herself. Youdo not know how good she is until she gets started. Everyone praises her. Glad to see you here Carlig.

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boy have you got the right help volunteering herself. Youdo not know how good she is until she gets started. Everyone praises her. Glad to see you here Carlig.

LOL

Im here but you keep forgetting that some of these guys are way to advanced for me..

I have to understand it before I can excel it and sometimes even if I understand it, its beyond my abilities ..

CG

San Angelo, Texas
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Carlig
The workout is state and game specific.
It may cross state lines, but, thats a  topic for another day.
You are in Florida.
Lets substitute some of the recent Cash 4 drawings.
You will need a substitution key.
Suggest this one, which is for your game only.

L#  0  1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9
S#  3  6  9  0  8  7  5  2  1  4
GA  A  B  C  R  C  C  B  A A  B

L#  S#  GA

8    1     1A
7    2     2A
0    3     3A

9    4     4B
6    5     5B
1    6     6B

5   7      7C
4   8      8C
2   9      9C

3   0     0R

GA - Alphabetical assignment

0722D  6740  5283  BACA  DA  2110
0722N  4670  8523  CBAA  DA   2110
0723D  5108  7631  CBAA  DA   2110
0723N  1319  6064  BRBB  TB   0301

DA = Double A
TB = Triple B

BACA =  (two As, one B, one C, no R) = 2110
BRBB =  (no  As, three Bs, no Cs, 1 R = 0301

Questions?

San Angelo, Texas
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Results Texas Daily 4
0726N - 4091 - 7023 - CRAA - DA - 2011

Combinations played:
Using Non-Positional data.

Singles:
S#    3169   3659   3690
GA    AABC  ABBC  ABCC
L#    1572   1782   1720

Double Lottery Numbers:
S#  6119    2559   3776
GA  BAAC   ABBC  ACCB
L#  7552    1882   1447

Going to replay for 0727D

Thanks for your interest.

BOSTON
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hi bobby,can you take a look at Mass.pic 4 for mid or eve specific and I will try and follow hopefully with carlig's help.

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LOL

Im here but you keep forgetting that some of these guys are way to advanced for me..

I have to understand it before I can excel it and sometimes even if I understand it, its beyond my abilities ..

CG

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retxx

Sorry, but taking on another lottery will require more time than I have to give.
Actually, you don't need CarliG's help.
If you read the posts carefully, you will find that all you need to do to get started is
set up a personal substition key like the one I did for Florida, combined drawings.
You then start the substitution process, converting the winning lottery numbers to substitute numbers.
This will create an alphabetical structure for each combination processed.
Your data lines should be in the following format:

I- Date and drawing
II - Winning combination
III - Substitute combination
IV - Alphabetical Structure (There are 286 of these representing 10000 substitute combinations)
V - ID (DA, double A, DB, double B, TA - triple A, Quads, DD double doubles, believe there are 19 of these.)
VI - Numerical Structure (There are 25 basic structures representing 10000  substitute combinations)

Note: There was a typo in an earlier post stating 15 basic structures)

Please note that there are no mathematics required.
No sums, no roots, no mirror, no vtracs, no hot and cold, no odds and evens, no adding/substracting 1 or 2.
The lottery numbers have no quantitative value. They are objects which will be organized in specific ways
to help a user make good choices on which numbers to play.

I'll provide more information on the Trend strings a User will need to make those choices.

I don't expect CarliG will program or code a complete workout.
There are features that are not adaptable to Excel. However, there is a basic platform anyone can
use.
The more difficult portions will be explained later.

Remember, this is a paper and pencil workout.
I'm hopeful that CarliG, or any interested person with progamming and or coding skills, will create a series of
basic routines that will automate some of the logging, maintaining inventories, etc.
You might also do a search for a series of posts (New Substitution System) in the Systems Forum, pages 15 and 16.

Thanks for your interest

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Resuls for Texas Daily 4, 0727D -

4172 - 7369 CABC  DC  1120

Had the 172 in all three singles.
Not a winner, but not bad considering there are 10000 combinations.

I'm going to replay these numbers for one more drawing.
A double lottery number is due.
I really don't want to reset until a double arrives.

BTW  The GA for the third single, ABCC,  should be ABCR.
Not sure why I didn't go ahead and choose a second C.
The second best choice is 7C, which would have given L# 4.
I guess the lotto god was giving me a lesson!!

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Results for the Texas Daily 4 072713 Night drawing:

L# - 2009
S# - 9002
GA - CRRA (Straight)
ID -  DR  (Double R)
G# - 1012 (Box)

The repeat digit is in Positions 2 and 3, which fit my expectation.

The double lottery digit combination I was looking for arrived, but I didn't have
a  Double R (00) in my play scheme.

Daily 4 can be expensive proposition.
My budget funded total 6 combinations, played STR/BOX, 50 cents.

I won \$2700 last year with a Double R straight combination. History doesn't
always repeat!

I started this post to demonstrate that 'substitution' is a viable option when it
comes to choosing numbers to play.

My paper/pen workout relies heavily on production of several 'trend strings' to
guide or regulate the selection process.

This means the users have to participate by using their individual mental abilities.

I had hoped, given the number of lottery players who visit LP often,  that a
programmer or coder would step up and reduce what BobP called the 'grunt work' with a few
standard processing routines.

I doubt anyone could ever convert my strategy into a complete lottery system.
That is not my goal.

I sometimes forget that a majority of LP folks are 'riding their own horses,' so
to speak. Considering something new and different isn't in their game plan.

Thus, the power of tradition.

Apparently, doing stuff that hasn't really worked for 50+ years is nonetheless a superior choice; particularly if the
alternative means doing more than just pushing a few buttons.

A workout using substitution begins with the creation of a 'base foundation'
through the use of a conversion key, which can be used, in turn, to generate various tracking
charts with specific purposes.

I presented a sample key for Florida, but any other arrangement  will work.

All a user has to do is expand those basic information modules, so to speak, into
useful 'trend strings' that aid the selection of digits to play.

All of this, of course,  requires time, attention to detail and diligence.

Make the right choices and, with the help of Lady Luck, you can achieve some significant
wins.

Given the fact that there has been very little response to this thread, there
won't be further posts.

Good luck!

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I was going to let it pass because it would be after the fact, but, here is something for the skeptics.

Texas Daily 4
Results for 0729N
Winning combination:
L# 0658
S# 0415
GA RBAB
ID DB (double B)
G# 1201

I reset and played these combinations:

5160  5680  5604

Spent \$3 and won \$100!!

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I was going to let it pass because it would be after the fact, but, here is something for the skeptics.

Texas Daily 4
Results for 0729N
Winning combination:
L# 0658
S# 0415
GA RBAB
ID DB (double B)
G# 1201

I reset and played these combinations:

5160  5680  5604

Spent \$3 and won \$100!!

Bobby623,

Congratulations on your win!

Enjoyed the reads, but did not understand.

But maybe after tons over reads..I might.

Thanks for posting!

Wear cute pajamas to bed...because you never know who you will meet in your dreams.

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Hey bobby,

This is amazing stuff you got here. I like your approach on doing something different. That's really original.

I have tons if questions because I would enjoy doing this method fort state. However, can't get to asking the questions right now because work had just been so demanding.

When I'm off (Wednesday), I'll have a chance to ask my questions in more detail. One example: what does "#L" mean? How are you coming up with ABCD? How are you only getting 4 lines?

Hope you don't disappear and would like to assist me on trying this method out.

Thanks!

NY

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