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Texas Daily 4- Substitution workout

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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.

Hi, Bobby:

Thanks for your very clear and detail instructions!

I think I have benn in the correct direction now.

Best regards,

lb

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    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! 

    Hi, CarBob:

    Great job! You have substituted the 10000 L#s to the 35 G#S for FL fast.

    We can find the 5 SUBS (1210,1120,2110,1111,2020) have the higher

    hits (790/1898=41.6%) in FL. The information is very important for selecting next

    drawing. However, I have some questions about your chart:

    What means the MAX, MED, DUE, AVG and SKIP?

    Thanks for your smart job and sincere sharing!

    Best regards,

    lb

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      Posted: August 2, 2013, 6:19 pm - IP Logged

      Hi, CarBob:

      Great job! You have substituted the 10000 L#s to the 35 G#S for FL fast.

      We can find the 5 SUBS (1210,1120,2110,1111,2020) have the higher

      hits (790/1898=41.6%) in FL. The information is very important for selecting next

      drawing. However, I have some questions about your chart:

      What means the MAX, MED, DUE, AVG and SKIP?

      Thanks for your smart job and sincere sharing!

      Best regards,

      lb

      Max= Maximum skip in last100 draws

      Med= Med Skip in last 100 draws

      Avg= avg is hits/d\number of draws

      Skip= number of draws since drawn

      Due = average/ hits

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        Like just about everything in life, lottery workouts evolve.
        Ideas that seem good in the beginning turn out to be a heavy user of energy that could be used elsewhere.
        A reminder, I'm talking about substitution trends, NOT lottery digits. Those were used as triggers and have been set
        aside for later discussion.
        Tracking charts are good examples.
        While it might seem to be a good idea to initiate and maintain 35 separate 'trend lines,' experience indicates that keeping
        a running count is sufficient where the whole chart is concerned.
        Further, there is no need to make a lot of mathematical computations that are basically meaningless, because decisions
        on what to play are made elsewhere.
        Not meaning to be rude, but the chart CarBob put together has no real value beyond an inventory count.
        Some G# structures do lead the pack, so to speak.
        A user could very well decide to select the numerical structures with highest inventory count, convert them back to alphabetical structures,
        choose lottery digits according to whatever ritual applies and hope for the best. The structure will definitely show up again.
        If the User made the right lottery digit choices, he/she wins.
        There is a tracking scheme that will suggest which of the number structures would be good choices. This is covered by discussions
        on Books A, B, C/R.

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          Max= Maximum skip in last100 draws

          Med= Med Skip in last 100 draws

          Avg= avg is hits/d\number of draws

          Skip= number of draws since drawn

          Due = average/ hits

          "Max= Maximum skip in last100 draws"

          Why the skip is 123 in last 100 draws? If it is behind 100?

          Also, still not clear the Avg= avg is hits/d\number of draws?

          hits/d  means hits/day or hits/draw? or...?

          Thanks for your nice and detail instructions!!!

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            "Max= Maximum skip in last100 draws"

            Why the skip is 123 in last 100 draws? If it is behind 100?

            Also, still not clear the Avg= avg is hits/d\number of draws?

            hits/d  means hits/day or hits/draw? or...?

            Thanks for your nice and detail instructions!!!

            Based on the Avg calculations I would say that CarBob was using 1900 draws to compute those numbers.

            Jimmy

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              As I indicated earlier, lottery workouts evolve.
              Here is one tracking chart that I consider mandatory.
              I'm not sure if I discussed this in some of the past postings.
              However, repeating it here is important.
              I call the chart 'Structure Tracking'
              It has two sections - one for the Substitute combinations in Col III,
              and another for the GAS structures in Col IV

              Here is the form skeleton and the last 10 entries for Texas D4, combined drawings
              It will be different for other states.

              III
              S 12*12**12*
              D *12**12**1
              T 52*12345678
              Q 30313233343536373839

              IV
              SG 3456789101112
              AA 2345*12345
              BB 6**123*123
              CC 12345*1*1*
              RR 3456789101112

              TT ACCAAACARA
              QQ (none last 10)

              This will line up properly when transferred to graph paper.
              The asterisk (*) is a 'hit'
              This is draw by draw tracking.

              Note: The 52 after T is actual total of 52, meaning no Substitute triple had arrived for 52
              consecutive drawings.
              No Quad has showed up for 39 consecutive drawings.

              The III trend strings show that Substiture structures with double digits (not lottery digits)
              are more popular than the singles, triples and quads.
              This tells me that I should spend my money on doubles.

              The Col IV trend lines show which of the doubles are the most popular.

              A play decision would be to play four doubles, A, B,C and R.

              The SG is definitely due.

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                Based on the Avg calculations I would say that CarBob was using 1900 draws to compute those numbers.

                Jimmy

                Yes, I think so. It's 1898 draws of FL totally.

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                  Inventories and trend lines.

                  The previous postings on substitution state that the Master Key is used to break the 10 lottery digits
                  into 3 groups, aka Book A, Book B, Book C (includes the R)

                  To ease the logging burden, I've consolidated the Inventories and trend lines
                  on single graph pages.

                  You will recall that the key bonds specific lottery digits to specific GA pairings.

                  Thus, this the skeleton for the the GA Inventory

                  5 1A (total 270 counted in groups of five)
                  9 2A (total 131)
                  1 3A (total 270)

                  6 4B (total 131)
                  8 5B (total 146)
                  7 6B (total 312)

                  4 7C (total 143)
                  3 8C (total 124)
                  2 9C (total 134)
                  0 0R (total 161)

                  These totals vary widely, which is a good thing, as will become clear later.

                  The associated GATracking chart
                  (Last 5 entries)

                  5  1A 678910
                  9  2A 56789
                  1  3A 1*123
                  6  4B 2324*12
                  8  5B  1314151617
                  7  6B  1112131415
                  4  7C 111213141*
                  3  8C   *12*1
                  2  9C  45678
                  0  0R  23456

                  Will line up on graph paper

                  Data Source: Col III
                  Example:  3487 is the same as 3A4B8C7C

                  Reminders.
                  Each GA has 4 opportunities to show up per drawing. Therefore, the tracking is accomplished
                  4 consecutive columns at a time.

                  * is a hit

                  Important: Note that there can no repeat totals in any column.
                  If you have a repeat, an error has been made and needs to be corrected before moving on.

                  I use colored pencils, red for Book A, blue for BooK B and green for Book C.

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                    As I indicated earlier, lottery workouts evolve.
                    Here is one tracking chart that I consider mandatory.
                    I'm not sure if I discussed this in some of the past postings.
                    However, repeating it here is important.
                    I call the chart 'Structure Tracking'
                    It has two sections - one for the Substitute combinations in Col III,
                    and another for the GAS structures in Col IV

                    Here is the form skeleton and the last 10 entries for Texas D4, combined drawings
                    It will be different for other states.

                    III
                    S 12*12**12*
                    D *12**12**1
                    T 52*12345678
                    Q 30313233343536373839

                    IV
                    SG 3456789101112
                    AA 2345*12345
                    BB 6**123*123
                    CC 12345*1*1*
                    RR 3456789101112

                    TT ACCAAACARA
                    QQ (none last 10)

                    This will line up properly when transferred to graph paper.
                    The asterisk (*) is a 'hit'
                    This is draw by draw tracking.

                    Note: The 52 after T is actual total of 52, meaning no Substitute triple had arrived for 52
                    consecutive drawings.
                    No Quad has showed up for 39 consecutive drawings.

                    The III trend strings show that Substiture structures with double digits (not lottery digits)
                    are more popular than the singles, triples and quads.
                    This tells me that I should spend my money on doubles.

                    The Col IV trend lines show which of the doubles are the most popular.

                    A play decision would be to play four doubles, A, B,C and R.

                    The SG is definitely due.

                    Bobby,

                    Your SLS is evolving really now!! The more didcussion the much better!!

                    Some questions about your ST chart:

                    1) You have edited your Chart III. It's correct now(10 hits with 10 *)! 

                    However, there should be 6 * but 7 * in the IV. (Sorry for my picky.lol)

                    2) How can you name the DDs: AABB, AACC, AARR, BBCC, BBRR, CCRR

                        in your GAS?

                    Have a good weekend,

                    lb

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                      Inventories and trend lines.

                      The previous postings on substitution state that the Master Key is used to break the 10 lottery digits
                      into 3 groups, aka Book A, Book B, Book C (includes the R)

                      To ease the logging burden, I've consolidated the Inventories and trend lines
                      on single graph pages.

                      You will recall that the key bonds specific lottery digits to specific GA pairings.

                      Thus, this the skeleton for the the GA Inventory

                      5 1A (total 270 counted in groups of five)
                      9 2A (total 131)
                      1 3A (total 270)

                      6 4B (total 131)
                      8 5B (total 146)
                      7 6B (total 312)

                      4 7C (total 143)
                      3 8C (total 124)
                      2 9C (total 134)
                      0 0R (total 161)

                      These totals vary widely, which is a good thing, as will become clear later.

                      The associated GATracking chart
                      (Last 5 entries)

                      5  1A 678910
                      9  2A 56789
                      1  3A 1*123
                      6  4B 2324*12
                      8  5B  1314151617
                      7  6B  1112131415
                      4  7C 111213141*
                      3  8C   *12*1
                      2  9C  45678
                      0  0R  23456

                      Will line up on graph paper

                      Data Source: Col III
                      Example:  3487 is the same as 3A4B8C7C

                      Reminders.
                      Each GA has 4 opportunities to show up per drawing. Therefore, the tracking is accomplished
                      4 consecutive columns at a time.

                      * is a hit

                      Important: Note that there can no repeat totals in any column.
                      If you have a repeat, an error has been made and needs to be corrected before moving on.

                      I use colored pencils, red for Book A, blue for BooK B and green for Book C.

                      I think it seems easy and fast if creating the GA Inventories and Trend lines

                      by using Excel.

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                        I use DD only.
                        The actual double double is in the tracking chart.
                        Typos are permissable. LOL

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                          As I indicated in an earlier post tracking 35 G#S on a single chart is not very efficient.
                          While it is important to record all events in some manner, some trend lines
                          are not that important.
                          As an alternative, I break the G# structures into smaller pieces,

                          Here are current charts and last five entries.

                          Double -A-
                          2110 - 1**12
                          2101 - *123*
                          2011 - 345*1

                          Double -B-
                          0211 - 1314151617
                          1201 - 2****
                          1210 - *1234

                          Double -C-
                          0121 - 678910
                          1021 - 3*123
                          1120 - *1***

                          Double -R-
                          0112 - **123
                          1012 - 45***
                          1102 - 23456

                          Double Doubles
                          2200 - 6*123
                          2002 - 45678
                          2020 - 12345
                          0220 - *1*1*
                          0202 - 8910*1
                          0022 - 1213141516

                          Singles
                          The whole structure is logged in the order in which they showed up.

                          RABC1
                          CRAB1
                          BRCA14
                          ABRC6
                          BARC6

                          I keep a running tabulation as each structure is logged.

                          Triples/Quads

                          3001 - 12345
                          3010 - 4567*
                          3100 - ****1

                          0301 - 1112131415
                          0130 - 1*1**
                          1030 - *1234

                          1013 1
                          0103 *
                          1003 3

                          Quads
                          4000 - *1*1*
                          0400 - 45678
                          0040 - 1*1*1

                          These trends lines are updated only when there is data to log.
                          For example, it would be wasteful to keep a running trend on a structure that
                          only shows up once in awhile.

                          A user who believes a triple is due, would evaluate the appropriate trend lines and
                          CHOOSE  one. No mathematics required. The Trend line tells the  story.

                          Keep in mind that I've been doing this for a long time.
                          I know the game pretty well.
                          I track other games, so, I need to update the charts quickly.
                          I've identified stuff I'll never use, stuff I'll never spend money on, so I just dont log it with regularity.
                          Newbies shouldn't take chances. Log it all and then cut back when you identify data you have no use for, provided it doesn't
                          screw up other trend charts.

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                            I use DD only.
                            The actual double double is in the tracking chart.
                            Typos are permissable. LOL

                            "I use DD only. "

                            You only use DD to name all double-double GAS in your SLS.

                            In other words, the all 6 double-double GAS: AABB, AACC, AARR, BBCC, BBRR, CCRR

                            should have the same name: DD  in the GAS Types.

                            If so, there should be 14 GAS Types in P4 (9 for P3) instead 19. Is it correct?

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                              Hi

                              DA, DB, DC, DR, TA, TB, TC, TR, QA, QB, QC,QR,
                              AABB, AARR AACC, BBCC BBRR, CCRR listed as DD in the foundation.

                              Plus SG
                              I count 19.

                              What are you counting??