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Texas Daily 4- Substitution workout

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Have you read the New Substitute Lottery System posts in the Lottery System Forum, pages 16 and 17??
If not, you need to read them, perhaps several times.
Everything one needs to create a workout is in those posts.
I've been a member of LP for 10 years.
I have recorded all my ideas, some of which have since been modified/cancelled out  by other advances.
The unfortunate part is that I've was working alone.
NOT ONE LP MEMBER EVER STEPPED UP TO ASSIST.
It's obvious to me now that LP is NOT a Help site!
I don't know why I ever thought it was.
Folks basically come here for whatever information/ideas they feel might help them an edge.
My basic belief is that lottery officials are using every tool they can exploit players, most of whom don't really
understand and appreciate what they are up against.
My ideas/methods attempt to even the playing field.
I'm not claiming I've found the secret, or broke the code, so to speak.
I lose a lot more than I win, which is the guiding theory behind lotteries - the house wins.
But, when I lose I accept responsibility for it and strive to do better.
Substitution is a powerful factor.
My workout is based on this fact.
I've tried to explain what I do in numerous posts.
My position is that I'm not going to keep repeating myself.
l believe any person with a desire to control their own fate when it comes to lottery play should be able
to expand the guidance I've provided and create a workout for their personal use.
I've stated that substitution is a different way of doing things, but it's not an impossible task.
Folks, you need to start thinking 'out of the box' and figure out how to do it on your own.
The main point I've been trying to make is that the mathematics employed in a traditional methods for 50+ years have
no role in my workout.
Establishing the Master Base Foundation is the first order of business.
My workout is NOT A NUMBER GENERATOR, per se. There are no buttons that can be activated to provide
ready to play combinations.
The user evaluates the trends and constructs, on a step-by-step basis, the combinations that seem to have
the best chance of winning.
I'll help where I can but it would serve no purpose for me to do the work for you.
Use your imagination, give it a try. Travel down some dead end roads. Learn by doing.
Perhaps the most important initial question is how to use the Col V (alphabetical doubles, etc) data to
best advantage.
Will the next winning combination be from an alphabetical structure having two As, or two Bs??
If you choose two As, you then evaluate the other trend strings to chose the other two letters.
You then follow a ritual to ultimately choose a lottery digit combination for play.
Other factors come into play - how much money can you afford to lose.
I'll be providing some ideas on how to choose lottery numbers at some future time.
I'll do this by providing a standard Playsheet having all the information a user should have developed
beforehand.
Good luck

Hi,Bobby:

I have read your posts and asked some questions about your SLS half years ago. But I can not get any reply. Now I have to renew your idea from your old posts first.

The first step is to create the MCK based on my State since the different State should have the different MCK which bases on its winning history. Also, the MCK should be permanent  once you created it.

If my understanding above is correct, you have created Tex's MCK as below:

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

OR:

GA  L#  GA   L#  GA   L#   GA  L# 

1A   2    4B    7     7C    9 

2A   6    5B    8     8C    1

3A   0    6B    4     9C    3      0R    5

These arrangements or assignments are permanent.
That is, Gap Alpha 1A is always L# 2, etc.
Conversely, L#2 is always Gap Alpha 1A.

(The above comes from your post:

http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/252738 )

But why you was using the different MCK for Tex in your BASE FOUNDATION as below:

Col I   Col II  Col III  Col IV  Col V  Col VI
Date      L#      G#       GAS      Type     G#S
1031D  1766  3644      ABBB      TB      1300
1031N  8279  5962      BCBA      DB      1210
1101D  8401  5703      BCRA      SG      1111
1101N  7703  6608      BBRC      DB      0211
1102D  8356   5814     BCAB      DB      1210
1102N  3002   8009     CRRC      DC      0022
1103D  5831  1583      ABCA      DA      2110

(The above comes from your post:
http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/252772 )

According to those above, your MCK for Tex should be as below:

GA  L#  GA  L#  GA  L# GA L#

1A   5    4B   6     7C   4

2A   9    5B   8     8C   3

3A   1    6B   7     9C   2    0R   0

Why??? Maybe I have misunderstood your MCK. If so, please point out where is my wrong?

Thanks for your hard job and sincere sharing!

Best regards,

lb

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    Looks like you understand it better than I do. Can't wait until I can get a better handle on this. I'd like to get the full system coded.

      bobby623's avatar - abstract
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      Hi,Bobby:

      I have read your posts and asked some questions about your SLS half years ago. But I can not get any reply. Now I have to renew your idea from your old posts first.

      The first step is to create the MCK based on my State since the different State should have the different MCK which bases on its winning history. Also, the MCK should be permanent  once you created it.

      If my understanding above is correct, you have created Tex's MCK as below:

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

      OR:

      GA  L#  GA   L#  GA   L#   GA  L# 

      1A   2    4B    7     7C    9 

      2A   6    5B    8     8C    1

      3A   0    6B    4     9C    3      0R    5

      These arrangements or assignments are permanent.
      That is, Gap Alpha 1A is always L# 2, etc.
      Conversely, L#2 is always Gap Alpha 1A.

      (The above comes from your post:

      http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/252738 )

      But why you was using the different MCK for Tex in your BASE FOUNDATION as below:

      Col I   Col II  Col III  Col IV  Col V  Col VI
      Date      L#      G#       GAS      Type     G#S
      1031D  1766  3644      ABBB      TB      1300
      1031N  8279  5962      BCBA      DB      1210
      1101D  8401  5703      BCRA      SG      1111
      1101N  7703  6608      BBRC      DB      0211
      1102D  8356   5814     BCAB      DB      1210
      1102N  3002   8009     CRRC      DC      0022
      1103D  5831  1583      ABCA      DA      2110

      (The above comes from your post:
      http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/252772 )

      According to those above, your MCK for Tex should be as below:

      GA  L#  GA  L#  GA  L# GA L#

      1A   5    4B   6     7C   4

      2A   9    5B   8     8C   3

      3A   1    6B   7     9C   2    0R   0

      Why??? Maybe I have misunderstood your MCK. If so, please point out where is my wrong?

      Thanks for your hard job and sincere sharing!

      Best regards,

      lb

      Hi
      First of all, the Key sequences can change.
      Sometimes I use different ones to explain examples.
      But, the generating procedure are the same.

      GA  L#  GA  L#  GA  L# GA L#

      1A   5    4B   6     7C   4

      2A   9    5B   8     8C   3

      3A   1    6B   7     9C   2    0R   0

      The above list is current. It is the one I'm now using for my Daily 4 game.

      The Base Foundation draw results above are also correct.
      A major feature of the workout is that a user can create his/her personal Key, which can be
      used for more than one game.
      I have different ones, but that is my choice.
      Different keys means different results, but this is not a problem.
      The only restriction is that a lottery/substitute digits shouldnt be the same.
      Any real analysis on whether or not one key is better than another is probably years away because, at the moment, as far as I know,
      I'm the only user.
      Bottom line, each user generates the data with a specific, unchanging key sequence, evaluates the trends and makes choices.
      Its possible two people with same key will come up with different lottery numbers to play.
      It all goes back to interpreting the trends.
      How we read and use the clues is dependent on our inherent mental capacity.
      Carbob has posted his Excel version, which might be of interest to other folks.
      I can't recall that I ever deliberately not answered any questions I received about the workout.

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        Hi
        First of all, the Key sequences can change.
        Sometimes I use different ones to explain examples.
        But, the generating procedure are the same.

        GA  L#  GA  L#  GA  L# GA L#

        1A   5    4B   6     7C   4

        2A   9    5B   8     8C   3

        3A   1    6B   7     9C   2    0R   0

        The above list is current. It is the one I'm now using for my Daily 4 game.

        The Base Foundation draw results above are also correct.
        A major feature of the workout is that a user can create his/her personal Key, which can be
        used for more than one game.
        I have different ones, but that is my choice.
        Different keys means different results, but this is not a problem.
        The only restriction is that a lottery/substitute digits shouldnt be the same.
        Any real analysis on whether or not one key is better than another is probably years away because, at the moment, as far as I know,
        I'm the only user.
        Bottom line, each user generates the data with a specific, unchanging key sequence, evaluates the trends and makes choices.
        Its possible two people with same key will come up with different lottery numbers to play.
        It all goes back to interpreting the trends.
        How we read and use the clues is dependent on our inherent mental capacity.
        Carbob has posted his Excel version, which might be of interest to other folks.
        I can't recall that I ever deliberately not answered any questions I received about the workout.

        Hi, Bobby:

        Thanks for your detail explanation!

        In other words, the MCK just a tool which can transfer the lottery #s to the special signs. And it's generated

        by personal choice instead of coming from the winning history or other specialties.

        But it should be permanent once you created it anyway.  Is it right?

        If so, why not take your or Tex's MCK as the public and unifying MCK in your SLS?! All states can use it.

        In this way we can not only create a MCK simply but help automate the SLS program conveniently by

        computer. How about your opinion about my suggestion?

        OK, We have create our MCK as below:

         

        GA  L#  GA  L#  GA  L# GA L#

         

        1A   5    4B   6     7C   4

         

        2A   9    5B   8     8C   3

         

        3A   1    6B   7     9C   2    0R   0 

        Next, I will begin the 2nd Step for Boddy's SLS....

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          Hi, Bobby:

          Thanks for your detail explanation!

          In other words, the MCK just a tool which can transfer the lottery #s to the special signs. And it's generated

          by personal choice instead of coming from the winning history or other specialties.

          But it should be permanent once you created it anyway.  Is it right?

          If so, why not take your or Tex's MCK as the public and unifying MCK in your SLS?! All states can use it.

          In this way we can not only create a MCK simply but help automate the SLS program conveniently by

          computer. How about your opinion about my suggestion?

          OK, We have create our MCK as below:

           

          GA  L#  GA  L#  GA  L# GA L#

           

          1A   5    4B   6     7C   4

           

          2A   9    5B   8     8C   3

           

          3A   1    6B   7     9C   2    0R   0 

          Next, I will begin the 2nd Step for Boddy's SLS....

          A quick reply.

          Not everyone wants their workout and lottery choices to be public.
          My family members use the same key.
          They have the same basic information strings, but, they interpret things differently.
          It's always good to have a lottery companion.
          I play my choices, my family members play theirs. We don't duplicate.
          Usually, someone will hit a box.
          It's small time operation but we have fun.

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            A quick reply.

            Not everyone wants their workout and lottery choices to be public.
            My family members use the same key.
            They have the same basic information strings, but, they interpret things differently.
            It's always good to have a lottery companion.
            I play my choices, my family members play theirs. We don't duplicate.
            Usually, someone will hit a box.
            It's small time operation but we have fun.

            Thanks for your approval to my understanding about the MCK.

            Can I use your MCK as my MCK for NY-P4?

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              Thanks for your approval to my understanding about the MCK.

              Can I use your MCK as my MCK for NY-P4?

               No problem.
              I can't play your lottery.
              Your trend charts won't help me in Texas.
              It's possible some of the data will cross state lines, but I don't think there will be
              a situation where results in one state can be used to predict what will happen in another state.
              I read about how 123 in Texas means 456 will fall in New York, but I don't understand how
              that could be possible with random drawings.
              To each his own!

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                 No problem.
                I can't play your lottery.
                Your trend charts won't help me in Texas.
                It's possible some of the data will cross state lines, but I don't think there will be
                a situation where results in one state can be used to predict what will happen in another state.
                I read about how 123 in Texas means 456 will fall in New York, but I don't understand how
                that could be possible with random drawings.
                To each his own!

                Thanks a lots!

                I just try to make some homework by using NY-P4 following your SLS.

                I do hope I can go into the right way step by step.

                Thanks for your sincere help and nice instructions!!!

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                  Hi, Bobby:

                  I have some questions about your SLS from your old posts

                  (http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/252772):

                  1) "This system breaks the total combinations down to 265 GAS combinations

                  when arranged on a chart in Position One-Position Two order."

                  I think the GAS combs should be 256 instead 265.

                  Look, We have 16 pairs from the MCK as below:

                  AA, BB, CC, RR, AB, AC, AR, BA, BC, BR, CA, CB, CR, RA, RB, RC.

                  And we can get 16 straight structure combs from each pair above such as:

                  AAAA, AAAB, AAAC, AAAR, AABA, AABB, AABC, AABR,
                  AACA, AACB, AACC, AACR, AARA, AARB, AARC, AARR.

                  ABAA, ABAB, ABAC, ABAR, ABBA, ABBB, ABBC, ABBR
                  ABCA, ABCB, ABCC, ABCR, ABRA, ABRB, ABRC, ABRR.

                  ETC.

                  So, we can get 16 X 16 = 256 combs totally. But where the 265 combs come from?

                  2) "There are 35 G# structures representing 10,000 exact lottery combinations."

                  How can I get the 35 G#S?

                  3) What's the goal of BASE FOUNDATION in SLS?

                  I think the goal of BASE FOUNDATION should be that

                  to reducing the 10000 L#S to 256 GAS first, then reducing the 256 GAS to 35 G#S further.

                  Is it correct?

                  Best regards,

                  lb

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                    Hi, Bobby:

                    I have some questions about your SLS from your old posts

                    (http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/252772):

                    1) "This system breaks the total combinations down to 265 GAS combinations

                    when arranged on a chart in Position One-Position Two order."

                    I think the GAS combs should be 256 instead 265.

                    Look, We have 16 pairs from the MCK as below:

                    AA, BB, CC, RR, AB, AC, AR, BA, BC, BR, CA, CB, CR, RA, RB, RC.

                    And we can get 16 straight structure combs from each pair above such as:

                    AAAA, AAAB, AAAC, AAAR, AABA, AABB, AABC, AABR,
                    AACA, AACB, AACC, AACR, AARA, AARB, AARC, AARR.

                    ABAA, ABAB, ABAC, ABAR, ABBA, ABBB, ABBC, ABBR
                    ABCA, ABCB, ABCC, ABCR, ABRA, ABRB, ABRC, ABRR.

                    ETC.

                    So, we can get 16 X 16 = 256 combs totally. But where the 265 combs come from?

                    2) "There are 35 G# structures representing 10,000 exact lottery combinations."

                    How can I get the 35 G#S?

                    3) What's the goal of BASE FOUNDATION in SLS?

                    I think the goal of BASE FOUNDATION should be that

                    to reducing the 10000 L#S to 256 GAS first, then reducing the 256 GAS to 35 G#S further.

                    Is it correct?

                    Best regards,

                    lb

                    Hi,Bobby:

                    Could you give me an answer about my questions above asap?

                    Best regards,

                    lb

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                      Hi,Bobby:

                      Could you give me an answer about my questions above asap?

                      Best regards,

                      lb

                      256 is correct.

                      265 is a typo!

                       

                      Sorry

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                        256 is correct.

                        265 is a typo!

                         

                        Sorry

                        Hi, Bobby:

                        Thanks for your reply!!!

                        How about your answers about my questions 2) & 3)?

                        Best regards,

                        lb

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                          Busy here!


                          The GAS structures (Col IV) are converted to G#s (Col VI) as follows:

                          ABCR =  Has one A, one B, one C, one R equals, always in ABCR order, 1111
                          AABR = Has two As, one B, no Cs, one R = 2101
                          AAAA = Has four As, no B, no C, no R = 4000
                          BBBC = Has no As, three Bs, one C, no R = 0310

                          There are 35 G#S structures, no more, no less.
                          These are referred to as BOX structures.
                          The GAS structures are referred to a STRAIGHT structures.

                          This strategy is based on the fact that all winning combinations can be converted to alphabetical structures by breaking
                          the 10 lottery digits into groups of 3, 3, 3 and 1(R)
                          The substitution process is guided by a specific conversion sequence call at Master Key.
                          The processing established a Base Foundation having six major columns.
                          Date, lottery digits, substitition digits, Alphabetical structructures, ID which reduces the alphabetical structures to
                          one of 13 reference pairs, a numerical structures defining the makeup of the alphabetical structures.
                          The ID pairs are Single (SG), Double DA, DB, DC, DR, Triples TA,TB,TC,TR and Quads QA, QB,QC,QR.
                          When a user logs the drawing and substitution results, certain patterns emerge that can be used in choosing digits to play.
                          These patterns differ according to State/Game drawing procedures.
                          The patterns become evident when a user diligently updates certain tracking charts.
                          The user employs intuition, experience, logic, gut feelings and other mental attributes to evaluate the strings and choose digits.
                          Ihave explained this in numerous posts. I'm not going to repeat myself here.

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                            Note: There is an error in my last post.
                            There are 19 ID pairs.
                            I overlooked the Double Doubles.
                            AB, AR, AC, BC, BR and CR.

                            The ID designator for double doubles is DD
                            Sorry about that.
                            Should have been explained in the prior postings.


                            Couple of suggestions re: GAS and G#S inventories (how many)

                            Keeping track of 256 GAS structures is a pain, but, a necessary one.
                            Two things to consider.
                            One, you will discover over time that the official lottery machines are doing the job they were designed for.
                            I've been logging this data for a long time, and it's clear to me that while one or two structures might have high
                            inventory totals, it won't make a difference over the long haul.
                            Two, the inventory if 'nice to know,' 'so what' kind of information.
                            There will no doubt be times when a user will have a question about the structures.
                            Having them will answer the question. Not having them could cause a User make a fast dash
                            to get the information, only to find out that it won't produce any hard answers.
                            I keep them, but it's a low priority.

                            The G#S structure inventory is a HIGH PRIORITY  item.
                            All games have peculiar characteristics, but any game played in a box produces useful trends.

                            This my Inventory list:

                            1111
                            2200
                            2002
                            2020
                            0220
                            0202
                            0022
                            2110
                            2101
                            2011
                            0211
                            1201
                            1210
                            0121
                            1021
                            1120
                            0112
                            1012
                            1102
                            3001
                            3010
                            3100
                            0301
                            0310
                            1300
                            0031
                            0130
                            1030
                            0013
                            0103
                            1003
                            4000
                            0400
                            0040
                            0004

                            Should total 35

                            Visual aids are important. The count should be made in groups of five.

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                              Note: There is an error in my last post.
                              There are 19 ID pairs.
                              I overlooked the Double Doubles.
                              AB, AR, AC, BC, BR and CR.

                              The ID designator for double doubles is DD
                              Sorry about that.
                              Should have been explained in the prior postings.


                              Couple of suggestions re: GAS and G#S inventories (how many)

                              Keeping track of 256 GAS structures is a pain, but, a necessary one.
                              Two things to consider.
                              One, you will discover over time that the official lottery machines are doing the job they were designed for.
                              I've been logging this data for a long time, and it's clear to me that while one or two structures might have high
                              inventory totals, it won't make a difference over the long haul.
                              Two, the inventory if 'nice to know,' 'so what' kind of information.
                              There will no doubt be times when a user will have a question about the structures.
                              Having them will answer the question. Not having them could cause a User make a fast dash
                              to get the information, only to find out that it won't produce any hard answers.
                              I keep them, but it's a low priority.

                              The G#S structure inventory is a HIGH PRIORITY  item.
                              All games have peculiar characteristics, but any game played in a box produces useful trends.

                              This my Inventory list:

                              1111
                              2200
                              2002
                              2020
                              0220
                              0202
                              0022
                              2110
                              2101
                              2011
                              0211
                              1201
                              1210
                              0121
                              1021
                              1120
                              0112
                              1012
                              1102
                              3001
                              3010
                              3100
                              0301
                              0310
                              1300
                              0031
                              0130
                              1030
                              0013
                              0103
                              1003
                              4000
                              0400
                              0040
                              0004

                              Should total 35

                              Visual aids are important. The count should be made in groups of five.

                              Fla Substitutes structures. I see nothing that begs to be played.

                               

                               

                               

                              SUBSPKGMAXMEDHITSDUEAVGSKIP
                              12109721231819339.8426
                              11209729621188310.1130
                              21109729319182110.4410
                              111164819819121015.706
                              202048618817106117.9217
                              02204861972897019.590
                              22004862043486022.091
                              13003241913367128.3641
                              31003241563065229.2368
                              30103241583464129.6937
                              20113242142362030.654
                              10303241813061031.153
                              01213241632561231.1550
                              21013242433859032.209
                              03103242723159032.2016
                              10213241793558132.7640
                              01303241993658432.76123
                              12013242403356233.9355
                              02113242283156033.932
                              11021082433624179.1752
                              03011082534221290.48186
                              01121081953421090.4824
                              10121083114220295.00148
                              30011081544220195.0075
                              003110826951192100.00172
                              04008117343171111.76117
                              00408122452121158.33219
                              40008131643111172.73101
                              0202543873371271.43267
                              0022542996270271.4378
                              2002542206470271.4313
                              1003122764971271.43275
                              0103122186040475.00149
                              0013126815921950.00681
                              00041250500#####DIV/0!