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# Texas Daily 4- Substitution workout

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Did you read the 13 New Substitution Workout posts in the Systems Forum, pages 16 and 17??
Those posts define the workout in great detail. However, I'm not a gifted writer and I could have easily
contradicted myself, or presented incomplete directions.

If you did read the posts, several times I hope, and still have questions, post them here.
Others might have the same questions.

One important point, you need to have a Key for each lottery game you track. It's your personal key.
You can share with others, your choice.
You can have one key foe each game, or one key for all games. Your choice.
The down side is that you won't be able to compare data with others who might be using
a different method.
It's important that you clear your mind, suppress the methods you have been using.
You will be playing an entirely different game.
There are no helpful internet pages. You will be on your own.

I did a search and found the following posts (haven't read through them). None of them have more than one page. Can you provide a link to the post you're referring to?

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I read them, answer my question about Master Key. The key to the digits are at top of image. If they are not the keys. tell me.

Here is recommended key for Florida pick 4 game.

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

Using the key, you get the following lines.

0729  7347  2082  ARCA  DA  2011
0730  5284  7918  CCAC  TC  1030

If the key structure is confusing, you can rearrange it, but don't change the values.
The Key divides the 10 lottery digits into 3 Groups, or Books, or whatever other name you want to give them.
Group A is lottery digits 078, substitute digits 321, which is also stated as  3A, 2A, 1A.
Group B is lottery digits 169, substitute digits 654, which is also stated as  6B, 5B, 4B.
Group C is lottery digits 245, substitute digits 987, which is also stated as 9C, 8C, 7C
Lottery digit 3 is Substitute digit '0', which is stated as OR  (zero R),
The 'R' is part of Group C, but can stand alone in some circumstances. This requires further explanation but this is not the time for that.

Any arrangement is acceptable so long as there are no repeats.
A lottery digit and substiture digit should never be the same.
There are three As, three Bs, three Cs and one R.
These values are permanent assignments and must not ever be changed. If they are, then all data
logged with the original key must be set aside.

The purpose of the key is to create the means to establish a Base Foundation having all the information needed
for tracking purposes.

Bottom line, you have to create the base  foundation in the manner i've described.

The key also separates the lottery digits from the workout.
There is a procedure for maintaining an inventory, but the data has no practical use, except for playing lottery digit doubles,
which is a separate topic.

No attempt is made to classify the substitutes as hot and cold, odd or even, roots, sums, etc etc.
The lottery substitute digits are OBJECTS having no quantitative value whatever.

The means by which the lottery digits are generated by the lottery is unimportant.
Doesn't matter if ball machines or computers are used.
The lottery digits can be seen as simple triggers.
Questions??

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Manual

Suggest you change the Systems display to 5 years.
This will give you over hundred pages to view.
Scroll down to Page 16.
All of the posts state New Substitute Lottery System
Last one,  CONCLUSIONS, on Page 16
The initial posts are on Page 17.

This is better method than using Search.

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Here is recommended key for Florida pick 4 game.
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

Using the key, you get the following lines.
0729  7347  2082  ARCA  DA  2011

0730  5284  7918  CCAC  TC  1030

Bobby, is 0729 the draw number? If yes, why wouldn't the substitute number be 3294 AACB

0729     7347    2082     ARCA  DA  2011

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Here is recommended key for Florida pick 4 game.
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

Using the key, you get the following lines.
0729  7347  2082  ARCA  DA  2011

0730  5284  7918  CCAC  TC  1030

Bobby, is 0729 the draw number? If yes, why wouldn't the substitute number be 3294 AACB

0729     7347    2082     ARCA  DA  2011

CARBOB

0729 is NOT a draw number. It is the Draw Date.
Perhaps a change in Col I should require the draw date to have a suffix.
072913,  130729, 0729D,    or 0729M (morning or midday) or 0729E (Eve), or 0729N (night)

You can use whatever reference you want.
The important thing is that EVERY WINNING COMBINATION BE PROCESSED in the order in which they occur.
I believe you have two pick 4 drawings, so there should be two entries for each day there is a drawing.
In Oct, Texas will have D4 drawings at 10 am, Noon, 6 p.m and 10 p.m.
A lot of hand logging for me.
Automation would certainly help!!

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Are these correct?

 07/30/13 5 2 8 4 7 9 1 8 C C A C 07/29/13 7 3 4 7 2 0 8 2 A R C A 07/28/13 5 3 9 1 7 0 4 6 C R B B 07/27/13 3 8 6 2 0 1 5 9 R A B C 07/26/13 2 4 7 2 9 8 2 9 C C A C
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Are these correct?

 07/30/13 5 2 8 4 7 9 1 8 C C A C 07/29/13 7 3 4 7 2 0 8 2 A R C A 07/28/13 5 3 9 1 7 0 4 6 C R B B 07/27/13 3 8 6 2 0 1 5 9 R A B C 07/26/13 2 4 7 2 9 8 2 9 C C A C

CARBOB

Yes, the substitution according to the key is correct.
I'm confused.
Your are in Florida, so, there should be two lines for each draw date.
The fact that my might only play one particular drawing is beside the point.
You must include all drawings.
Otherwise, you are going to have incomplete trend strings.

You should place some empty columns between the substitute structures and the alphabetical.

You can complete the lines by analyzing the alphabetical structures.
CCAC is a Triple C,  or TC, because it has three Cs.
ARCA is a Double A, or DA, because it has two As.
CRBB is a Double B, or DB, because it has two Bs.
RABC is a Single, or SG, because there are NO repeat letters.
CCAC is a Triple C, or TC, because it has three Cs.

The actual winning lottery digits are NOT processed, per se.
They are tabulated on chart called DISTRIBUTION AND COUNT.
No attempt is made to classify them as hot/cold odd/even, or whatever.
They are just numbers.
Of course, the lottery digits will come back into play once the user has decided which alphabetical structure to use
for the next drawing.
For example, if the alphabetical structure is AABC, it indicates the combination to played must have
two of 3 possible A lottery digits, one of three possible B digit and one of three possible C digits.
There is a ritual that must be followed in making the best choices.

You can finish the lines above by adding Col VI entries.
CCAC has one A, zero B, 3 Cs, zero Rs = (in ABCR order) 1030, which is a Box combination.
ARCA has two A, zero B, one C, one R = 2011..
CRBB has zero A, 2 Bs, one C and one R = 0211
RABC has one A, one B, one C and one R = 1111
CCAC has one A, zero B, 3 Cs, zero R = 2011

The completed 07/30/13 line is 5284   7918   CCAC   TC  1030

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I separate Mid & Eve.

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I went back and looked, found 12 posts started by you and have "New Substitution" in the title. Does that sound accurate?

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I went back and looked, found 12 posts started by you and have "New Substitution" in the title. Does that sound accurate?

Yes!

I'm sure there are 13, but maybe my list is faulty.
In any event, you found what you need read and absorb

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I separate Mid & Eve.

CARBOB

I suggest you reconsider and use one Base Foundation for all drawings.
Of course, you can do what you want, but I suspect you might regret it later.

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That's a fair amount of information to absorb. I'll try to make some time in the near future and go through it.

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Frustration!  101

I think the lotto God is after me.

Here are the three combinations I played for Texas Daily 4 0731D drawing.

1940, 1784, 7430

Winning combination: 4387

I get really tired of missing by one digit.

My substitution data indicates that the combination is a Double Double (not lottery digits) alphabetical structure.
Specifically, with my Key, the structure is CBCB.
In Texas, the DDs are sort of infrequent.
I track them but rarely decide to spend money on them.
I doubt I would have played CBCB or any other structure with those two letters.
Time to reset.
I'm thinking the next combination will have a double lottery number.

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Here's where we are so far. How does it look???

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CARBOB and other interested parties.

My substitute workout relies heavily on trends and some special tracking charts with specific purposes.

It's a little disturbing to know that some folks only want to consider a few drawings.
It's like trying to dance on one leg.

I realize anyone interested in this workout has already formed a mindset about lotteries, numbers
and other considerations based on traditional methods.

Folks, you are playing a different game now.
All those old methods, considerations, etc, don't apply.

Sure, you will have to learn some new tricks.
But, you won't realize how important they are until you actually take the time to do the work.

I'm sure players with years of experience may figure they can take short cuts, blend old habits
with new ideas and come out ahead.

Well, let me say - good luck with that.

This workout has several rituals that must be followed to the 'T'.
Leaving out drawings to lighten the load, or fit busy schedules, or whatever, is really, really
not a good idea.

I sure would hate for anyone to put in a lot time trying to 'game the system.' so to speak.

Take your time, set up the required charts.
In doing so, you will become really familiar with the game your are playing, and be
able to take advantage of trends that are never obvious with traditional or conventional methods.

Not having enough data is a problem I deal with every day.
It would be worse if I failed to take advantage of all of the possibilities.
You will have to take my word for it.

I'm faced with two additional drawings.
It will take a toll but I'll have to find a way to deal  with it.
Not logging one or more drawings is NOT an option.

Good luck!

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