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Texas Daily 4- Substitution workout

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lottoburg's avatar - wiggle
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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??

Look, DA, DB, DC, DR, TA, TB, TC, TR, QA, QB, QC,QR, DD, SG.

I count 14. 

Since AABB, AARR AACC, BBCC BBRR, CCRR listed as DD in the Types 

(Column V - Type Structure) of BASE FOUNDATION.

    bobby623's avatar - abstract
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    Look, DA, DB, DC, DR, TA, TB, TC, TR, QA, QB, QC,QR, DD, SG.

    I count 14. 

    Since AABB, AARR AACC, BBCC BBRR, CCRR listed as DD in the Types 

    (Column V - Type Structure) of BASE FOUNDATION.

    OK

    I see your point!

    Time to give this up for awhile!
    This old brain not functioning properly!

    Things are going to get complicated.
    Need rest before I get into it.

    I think it should be clear now that substitution is viable system.
    Unlike traditional methods, we don't need any math, draw history, etc.
    Choices are based on reasonably current data.
    Trends are the guiding factors.
    The fact that there has been 1899 drawings, or whatever, means nothing
    Perecentage this, percentage that, means nothing.
    There may be a day when, if there are enough users, when some of the
    trend data can be quantified, but not now.

      lottoburg's avatar - wiggle
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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.

      Hi, Bobby:

      I have some questions about your current G#S (Breaking Version):

      1) Why do you use the GAS to create the Singles instead of using G#S as others do?

      I know the only 1111 can not describe the true single status in lotto game but you would have to

      use 16 single GAS combs to show the structure instead of the current 5 combs in above post.

      If so, there will be not 35 G#S but 50 to substitute the 10000 L# combs in fact.

      Maybe, this is the reason that Excel is not adaptable to some features which somewhere using

      GAS and somewhere using G#S on the same Chart in your SLS? 

      Just I think...or I'm misunderstanding it...

      2) Why do you lost 4 G#S combs which I show them by red as below?

      TB (3): 0301 1300, 0310;

      TC (3): 0130, 1030, 0031;

      QR (1):  0004;

      Maybe, they are typos too.

      Best regards,

      lb

        bobby623's avatar - abstract
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        First of all ...

        Maybe, they are typos too.

        Not a helpful comment!
        I'm not capable of perfection, and neither are you.

        I think I mentioned that I have a paper and pen workout.
        It requires lot of dedicated effort.

        I've learned over a long period that there are some aspects of a lottery game that aren't worth worrying about.

        I included examples of all of the Col VI tracking charts that I maintain.
        There has never been a 0004 (RRRR) in Texas.
        There are a few other G# structures that I didn't list.
        What I was trying to do is show the alternatives to that monster chart CarBob posted.
        In the context of a substitution workout, that chart contains a ton of information that contributes nil, except for the inventory.

        I have my complete list of G# structures in my right hand.
        As I examine the lines, my brain is telling me that in Texas D4, some structures have shown up more often than others.
        It's nice to know information, but maintaining a tracking chart with 35 lines isn't worthwhile.
        I've found that breaking it into pieces is better way.
        However, this is a personal workout.
        If the results in your state are such that you feel you need to do that much tracking, be my guest.
        There will be a day when you will reconsider.
        I also realize that programmers and coders need to know everything.
        I can't help with that.
        I do everything by hand.
        Your job, if you are writing a program, is to use my guidance to identify and include in your product all of the
        possibilities.

        Singles

        Yes, there are 16 individual GA structures.
        Again, these are so infrequent that tracking them is inefficient.
        I keep a list and log them as they arrive.
        There may be a day when the TREND strings strongly suggest that 1111 is due and that I should build a combination sitting on a
        single GA arrangement. If that happens, I'll refer to the list and CHOOSE the one with highest inventory total.

        A reminder, we are not tracking lottery numbers.

        It's time to break Col V into parts for efficient tracking.

        Later!

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          Single GA structures:

          The winning combination in Texas D4 last night was 4890. Substitution 7520.
          The GAS is CBAR, a single.
          I added it to my running list.
          I discovered that this structure has come up 4 times since July 1, 2012.
          I counted the number of different structures on my list.
          There are 22 different ones.
          Question is - How many are there???
          I'm not a mathematician, but I think the answer is another question - How many permutations are there
          for structure ABCR???
          More than 16 for sure, but fewer than 256.
          Anyone want to give me the correct answer???

            bobby623's avatar - abstract
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            Active cells and followers

            Here are the methods I use to generate Follower strings.

            Definitions.

            Active cell - a piece of information (L#, S#, a pair, etc) in a Trend String
            that has not been marked off via processing
            There could be a few as 2 and more than 20. However, the higher the
            total the less meaningful the data being tracked becomes.

            ABCR are the most popular Active Cells in this substitution workout.
            Digits 1,2,3 & 4 are the most popular Followers.

            My experience is that an Active Cell list with more than 6 entries are
            basically worthless.

            InActive cell - an Active cell that has been marked off in some way, usually
            with a light cross mark. These cells remain in place but have no
            value.

            Strings that have been processed to generate Follower strings consist
            of marked and umarked cells.
            The Follower strings remain whole, that is, they are not marked off
            in any way.

            An exception is when a User chooses to generate a second Follower string.
            In this instance, the original Followers would be marked off when
            processed.

            Follower - A numerical value.

            It is generated by counting the number of ACTIVE CELLS in a string line between
            a piece of data being added and the exact same data ALREADY in the string.
            The data already in the string is MARKED OFF.
            The COUNT is added to a companion list immediately adjacent to the
            piece of data that was processed.

            Examples

            GA  F#
            1     1
            2     2
            3     3
            Add GA 2

            1    1
            2    2
            3    3
            2    2

            Add GA 3

            1    1
            2    2
            3    3
            2    2
            3    2

            Continue until all GA entries have been processed.
            Important: There are 3 Active cells. If there are more than 3, an error has been made.
            Probably the user forgot to mark off a cell.

            Processing the FOLLOWER string by breaking it down into Pairs and Singles in a 3x3 Matrix.
            Starting at TOP of Follower string and processing downward

            PAIR column headers are:

            11 12  13  21 22 23  31 32 33
                   3                   2        2

            3x3 Matrix cells:

            1.1 - 0, 1.2 - 1, 1.3 - 0
            2.1 - 0, 2.2 - 1, 2.3 - 1
            3.1 - 0, 3.2 - 1, 3.3 - 0

            When GA data for Book C is used to generate a Follower string, the
            Pair column headers are:

            11 12 13 14 21 22 23 24 31 32 33 34 41 42 43 44

            The data is processed in a 4x4 matrix.

            This is CRITICALLY IMPORTANT information.
            A User who doesn't understand how to generate an accurate Follower string
            needs to step back.

            There are several Follower strings for different applications.

            Questions???

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              Active cells and followers

              Here are the methods I use to generate Follower strings.

              Definitions.

              Active cell - a piece of information (L#, S#, a pair, etc) in a Trend String
              that has not been marked off via processing
              There could be a few as 2 and more than 20. However, the higher the
              total the less meaningful the data being tracked becomes.

              ABCR are the most popular Active Cells in this substitution workout.
              Digits 1,2,3 & 4 are the most popular Followers.

              My experience is that an Active Cell list with more than 6 entries are
              basically worthless.

              InActive cell - an Active cell that has been marked off in some way, usually
              with a light cross mark. These cells remain in place but have no
              value.

              Strings that have been processed to generate Follower strings consist
              of marked and umarked cells.
              The Follower strings remain whole, that is, they are not marked off
              in any way.

              An exception is when a User chooses to generate a second Follower string.
              In this instance, the original Followers would be marked off when
              processed.

              Follower - A numerical value.

              It is generated by counting the number of ACTIVE CELLS in a string line between
              a piece of data being added and the exact same data ALREADY in the string.
              The data already in the string is MARKED OFF.
              The COUNT is added to a companion list immediately adjacent to the
              piece of data that was processed.

              Examples

              GA  F#
              1     1
              2     2
              3     3
              Add GA 2

              1    1
              2    2
              3    3
              2    2

              Add GA 3

              1    1
              2    2
              3    3
              2    2
              3    2

              Continue until all GA entries have been processed.
              Important: There are 3 Active cells. If there are more than 3, an error has been made.
              Probably the user forgot to mark off a cell.

              Processing the FOLLOWER string by breaking it down into Pairs and Singles in a 3x3 Matrix.
              Starting at TOP of Follower string and processing downward

              PAIR column headers are:

              11 12  13  21 22 23  31 32 33
                     3                   2        2

              3x3 Matrix cells:

              1.1 - 0, 1.2 - 1, 1.3 - 0
              2.1 - 0, 2.2 - 1, 2.3 - 1
              3.1 - 0, 3.2 - 1, 3.3 - 0

              When GA data for Book C is used to generate a Follower string, the
              Pair column headers are:

              11 12 13 14 21 22 23 24 31 32 33 34 41 42 43 44

              The data is processed in a 4x4 matrix.

              This is CRITICALLY IMPORTANT information.
              A User who doesn't understand how to generate an accurate Follower string
              needs to step back.

              There are several Follower strings for different applications.

              Questions???

              Finally!!! I'll have to look this over later. This looks like I have an understanding on it.

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                Single GA structures:

                The winning combination in Texas D4 last night was 4890. Substitution 7520.
                The GAS is CBAR, a single.
                I added it to my running list.
                I discovered that this structure has come up 4 times since July 1, 2012.
                I counted the number of different structures on my list.
                There are 22 different ones.
                Question is - How many are there???
                I'm not a mathematician, but I think the answer is another question - How many permutations are there
                for structure ABCR???
                More than 16 for sure, but fewer than 256.
                Anyone want to give me the correct answer???

                ”How many permutations are there for structure ABCR???“ 

                For Box: Only one ABCR;

                For Straight: 24 combs:

                ABCR, ABRC, ACBR, ACRB, ARBC, ARCB;

                BACR, BARC, BCAR, BCRA, BRAC, BRCA;

                CABR, CARB, CBAR, CBRA, CRAB, CRBA;

                RABC, RACB, RBAC, RBCA, RCAB, RCBA.

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                  Col V

                  In my view, Col V contains probably the most important information available
                  in a substitution workout.
                  When I decide to play (spend money), I consult the Col V Trend String for
                  guidance.

                  Unfortunately, there are 14 different ID or TYPE Pairs.
                  Maintaining tracking lines for 14 different Pairs is cumberson task for a paper and pen user.
                  Besides, some of the Pairs are infrequent arrivals.
                  However, all data needs to be accounted for.

                  Vertical Tracking Chart

                  Up to now, except the Singles list, everything has been tracked via horizonal
                  trend lines.
                  This is not very effective for Col V.

                  Using graph paper I have broken the Types into four graph columns.
                  D (for DA, DB, DC, DR)
                  DD (for double doubles)
                  T (for triples)
                  Q (for quads)

                  Here is how to start a D tracking chart.
                  The four Active Cells are DA, DB, DC, Dr, Follower digits 1,2,3 and 4.
                  I know I'm processing doubles so I can drop the D.

                  D  F
                  A  1
                  B  2
                  C  3
                  R  4

                  Add a DC

                  A  1
                  B  2 
                  3
                  R  4
                  C  2

                  Add DA

                  A  1
                  B  2
                  C  3
                  R  4
                  C  2
                  A  4

                  Continue processing, adding new data after each drawing.

                  Double Doubles (Column header is DD)
                  The actual double doubles are logged in order of occurrence.
                  The last five on my list are:

                  DD

                  BC
                  AB
                  CB
                  BR
                  CB

                  Source:
                  Column IV

                  Triples

                  Log the alphabetical references A, B, C and R only
                  Last five on my list.

                  T
                  A
                  C
                  A
                  R
                  A

                  Quads

                  Log only the alphabetical references only.

                  Last five on my list

                  Q
                  A
                  C
                  A
                  C
                  A

                  The paper and pen user has the option of generating Follower strings
                  for Double Doubles, Triples and Quads.

                  TRACKING DOUBLES
                  Recall that Followers are tracked via Pairs and a matrix.

                  Here  is my Matrix with current cell totals, which might not be 100 percent accurate.

                  1.1 - 22, 1.2 - 16, 1.3 - 15, 1.4 - 6
                  2.1 - 20, 2.2 - 13, 2.3 - 22, 2.7 - 7
                  3.1 - 16, 3.2 - 23, 3.3 - 17, 3.4 - 7
                  4.1 - 8, 4.2 - 4.3 - 6. 4.4 - 8

                  The Pair Headers are:
                  11, 12,13,14  21,22,23,24 31,32,33,34 41,42,43,44
                  Note: The secondary Follower strings under each Pair are rather long.
                  I'm not going to put them in here.
                  I have various personal methods I use to evaluate the sub-strings.
                  It's a User's choice situation. No official logging required.

                  ALPHABETICAL MATRIX

                  There are four Double active cells - ABC and R

                  The matrix cell totals I have are:

                  A.A - 25, A.B - 20, A.C - 23, A.R - 6
                  B.A - 13, B.B - 32, B.C - 20, B.R - 4
                  C.A - 22, C.B - 20, C.C - 7, C.R - 4
                  R.A - 4, R.B - 8, R.C - 3, R.R - 0

                  Usage

                  I've decided I want construct a GA structure using one of the Doubles in Col V.

                  The last Double processed is DC.
                  Question. Will it repeats or will it change?
                  I evaluate the Doubles Trend String and make a decision,
                  I think it will change, that is, the next Double will NOT be DC.

                  Referring the Alphabetical Matrix:
                  Line C

                  The Alphabetical Followers C.A and C.B are good candidates.
                  C.A has highest total (22)
                  This indicates the next Double could be DA

                  OR

                  I could refer to the numerical Followers Matrix

                  The last Follower digit is '2'

                  Matrix Line
                  2.1 - 20, 2.2 - 13, 2.3 - 22. 2.4 - 7

                  The highest cell total is 2.3 - 22.

                  I need to convert the '2' to a Letter in the Alphabetical string.

                  I do this by counting UP two Active cells in the string.
                  The second Active cell is 'R', or DR, which contradicts the result from the Alphabetical string that
                  suggests the next double will be DA.

                  This is where EXPERIENCE, INTUITION comes into play.
                  My experience is that DA is probably the next Double.

                  OR

                  I can bypass the above analysis and play ALL four possibilities.
                  This is my general method.

                  Actually, I usually play three combinations based on DA, DB, DC.
                  The DR is somewhat of a radical!!

                  Questions??





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                    Three Cheers for Logic, Experience and Intuition!!!

                    Winning D4 combination 9265, Sub 2941, GAS ACBA  DA  2110

                    I evaluated all of the available data, made some choices and chose DA as next double.
                    The correct choice.
                    Didn't push any buttons.
                    I simply used my God given mental attributes, aka Brain matter!!

                    It is worth all the work???
                    Winning the lottery isn't easy.
                    There are no simple, easy methods.
                    No pain, no gain!!

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                      Three Cheers for Logic, Experience and Intuition!!!

                      Winning D4 combination 9265, Sub 2941, GAS ACBA  DA  2110

                      I evaluated all of the available data, made some choices and chose DA as next double.
                      The correct choice.
                      Didn't push any buttons.
                      I simply used my God given mental attributes, aka Brain matter!!

                      It is worth all the work???
                      Winning the lottery isn't easy.
                      There are no simple, easy methods.
                      No pain, no gain!!

                      Sounds good! 

                      Finally, you have choosed DA as the next double for the next drawing of TX-D4 

                      based on your mental attributes, experiences and Brain matter.

                      Any successful system must work and accept the test for the next possible drawings finally. 

                      OK, Let's re-substitute the DA to L#s which we can play for the true P4 game.

                      1) If only play Box, we can get AABC, AABR, AARC from DA;

                      2) We can restore these Active Cells such A, B, C & R to L# according to the MCK:

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

                      1A = 5    4B= 6   7C = 4   0R =0 

                      2A = 9    5B =8   8C = 3

                      3A = 1    6B =7   9C = 2

                      We can get :

                      AA= 55, 59, 51, 99, 91, 11;

                      B=6,8,7; C=4,3,2; R=0.

                      So, how many permutations are there  for Box structure AABC  

                      I count 54: 6 X 3 X 3 (at least.)

                      In the same way, we can get AABR=6X3X1=18 (at least.) AARC=6X3X1=18 (at least.);

                      Totally, the L# combs should be 54+18+18=90 (at least) for a Box win

                      in the next drawing of TX-D4.

                      The 90 L#S should be predicted or guessed out by SLS as below:

                      For AABC:(54)

                      5564, 5563, 5562, 5584, 5583, 5582, 5574, 5573, 5572.

                      5964, 5963, 5962, 5984, 5983, 5982, 5974, 5973, 5972.

                      ....ETC

                      For AABR:(18)

                      5560, 5580, 5570, 5960,5980, 5970, 5160, 5180, 5170.

                      ....ETC

                      For AARC:(18)

                      5504, 5503, 5502, 5904, 5903, 5902, 5104, 5103, 5102.

                      ....ETC.

                      I don't think the 90 combs (at least) are an economical bet for a real box drawing.

                      Any question about that???

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                        Sounds good! 

                        Finally, you have choosed DA as the next double for the next drawing of TX-D4 

                        based on your mental attributes, experiences and Brain matter.

                        Any successful system must work and accept the test for the next possible drawings finally. 

                        OK, Let's re-substitute the DA to L#s which we can play for the true P4 game.

                        1) If only play Box, we can get AABC, AABR, AARC from DA;

                        2) We can restore these Active Cells such A, B, C & R to L# according to the MCK:

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

                        1A = 5    4B= 6   7C = 4   0R =0 

                        2A = 9    5B =8   8C = 3

                        3A = 1    6B =7   9C = 2

                        We can get :

                        AA= 55, 59, 51, 99, 91, 11;

                        B=6,8,7; C=4,3,2; R=0.

                        So, how many permutations are there  for Box structure AABC  

                        I count 54: 6 X 3 X 3 (at least.)

                        In the same way, we can get AABR=6X3X1=18 (at least.) AARC=6X3X1=18 (at least.);

                        Totally, the L# combs should be 54+18+18=90 (at least) for a Box win

                        in the next drawing of TX-D4.

                        The 90 L#S should be predicted or guessed out by SLS as below:

                        For AABC:(54)

                        5564, 5563, 5562, 5584, 5583, 5582, 5574, 5573, 5572.

                        5964, 5963, 5962, 5984, 5983, 5982, 5974, 5973, 5972.

                        ....ETC

                        For AABR:(18)

                        5560, 5580, 5570, 5960,5980, 5970, 5160, 5180, 5170.

                        ....ETC

                        For AARC:(18)

                        5504, 5503, 5502, 5904, 5903, 5902, 5104, 5103, 5102.

                        ....ETC.

                        I don't think the 90 combs (at least) are an economical bet for a real box drawing.

                        Any question about that???

                        Lottoburg

                        You are assuming there are no means whereby the number of plays can be reduced.
                        If you have read the initial New Substitute Lottery System posts you should
                        know that quite a bit of the workout has yet to be presented.

                        We haven't discussed Col III; the three Books; Book D; the Playbook and other features.

                        You are jumping to conclusions, and that's your right.

                        Am I to assume that you don't think Substitution is an economical means of playing the lottery??
                        If so, what's the point of continuing this discussion??

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                          Lottoburg

                          You are assuming there are no means whereby the number of plays can be reduced.
                          If you have read the initial New Substitute Lottery System posts you should
                          know that quite a bit of the workout has yet to be presented.

                          We haven't discussed Col III; the three Books; Book D; the Playbook and other features.

                          You are jumping to conclusions, and that's your right.

                          Am I to assume that you don't think Substitution is an economical means of playing the lottery??
                          If so, what's the point of continuing this discussion??

                          Bobby,

                          I'm sorry for my impatience. Can't wait until I get the result which how SLS can

                          work for next draw by using the real L#s finally. Continue your class please.

                          Best regards,

                          lb

                           

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                            Posted: August 3, 2013, 8:27 pm - IP Logged

                            Column III

                            Column III was created when, using a Key, the individual lottery digits were changed to
                            Substitute digits.

                            Daily 4 has four digits, therefore, Col III has four columns.
                            Column III by itself has no practical use.
                            This workout requires that the Substitute digits be divided into three groups, aka Book A,
                            Book B and Book C.

                            Book A
                            Contents:
                            Lottery Digits 5, 9, 1
                            Substitute Digits 1A, 2A, 3A
                            Active cells - 3
                            Inventory
                            3 Tracking strings.

                            Procedures;
                            Without regard to position, establish a single, vertical list of all 1s, 2s, 3s in
                            the Col.
                            The start drawing date is up to User.
                            Mine began on 1 July 2012.
                            Create horizontal Inventory chart and make separate tabulations for
                            1A, 2A, 3A.
                            Create a horizontal tracking chart with separate trend lines for
                            1A, 2A, 3A.

                            Note: Each GA has four opportunties to be in a drawing. Therefore, the
                            tracking lines advance four columns per drawing.
                            Here are the current inventory totals:

                            1A - 271
                            2A - 233
                            3A - 270

                            Here are the last tracking chart entries:

                            1A - 14 15 16 17 *
                            2A - 12 * 1 2 3
                            3A - 6 7 8 9 10

                            Will line up on graph paper.
                            Reminder the 'end of line' totals must be different.

                            All of this information is organized into a specific layout using the following format:

                            S# Inventory totals Long term and Short Term
                            GA
                            EOL total from tracking chart
                            L#

                            Thus: As of last drawing.
                            272   46   1A     *    5
                            233     8   2A     3    9
                            270   45   3A   11   1

                            The totals are updated when the User initiates a specific ritual to choose
                            lottery digits for play.

                            Book B
                            Lottery digits 6, 8, 7
                            Substiture digits 4B 5B 6B
                            Active Cells - 3

                            The Inventory and tracking scheme is exactly the same as for Book A.

                            Here are current inventory totals:
                            4B - 232
                            5B - 242
                            6B - 287 (yes, 287)

                            Here are the last five tracking chart entries:

                            4B 6 7 8 * 1
                            5B 2 3 4 5 6
                            6B 19 20 21 22 23

                            Consolidating the data into required format:

                            232    7    4B   1   6
                            242  17   5B    6   8
                            287  62   6B  23  7

                            The totals are updated when the User initiates a specific ritual to
                            choose  lottery digits for play.

                            Book C
                            Lottery digits: 4,3,2,0
                            Substitute digits 7C, 8C, 9C, 0R
                            Active cells - 4
                            The Inventory and tracking scheme is exactly the same as for Books A and B.

                            Here are the current inventory totals:
                            7C - 244
                            8C - 224
                            9C - 235
                            0R - 262

                            Here are the last five tracking chart entries:
                            7C 3 4 5 6 7
                            8C 5 6 7 8 9
                            9C 12 13 * 1 2
                            0R  * 1 2 3 4

                            Consolidating the data into required format:

                            244  19  7C  7  4
                            224  24  8C  9  3
                            235  10  9C  2  2
                            262  37  0R  4  0

                            The totals are updated when the User initiates a specific ritual to choose
                            lottery digits for play.

                            Short Term Inventory totals.
                            The long term inventory totals extend from the start to the last draw date.
                            They are not really helpful as far as trends go.
                            The Short term total reflect current trends.
                            The start date for short term data is set by the User.
                            I usually look at the last 50 drawings.

                            Active cell and Follower strings.
                            Mine started on 1 July 2012 and are really long.

                            As previously stated, every G#/GA and Follower strings musts be tracked
                            by Pairs and a matrix.

                            Presenting the data here would require extensive work on my part.
                            It is sufficent for the User to know that he/she must create the charts
                            and keep them current on a draw-by-draw basis.

                            The G and F strings discussed here are also known as Non-positional.
                            It matters not where the digits appear in the Col III Substitution structure.

                            The G and F strings can also be tracked by Position.
                            This requires 4 G# and F# strings with associated Pair follower charts and Matrices.
                            The default choice for new Users  is Non-positional.

                            I realize this is complex but it's important stuff.

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                              Posted: August 3, 2013, 9:04 pm - IP Logged

                              BOOK D

                              Book D is created by aligning the GA structures in Col IV into a single
                              column.

                              This produces a rather long vertical list containing Active Cells A, B, C and R,
                              along with a equally long vertial list containing Follower numbers 1, 2, 3 and 4.

                              The GA list has an associated 4x4 matrix.
                              The F# list has an associated 4x4 matrix and a PAIR chart with individual followers.

                              My GA list was created on 1 July 2012 and fills 642 consecutive graph paper cells.

                              The alphabetical matrix has some very high individual cell totals.

                              The numerical follower matrix cells also have some very high individual  totals.

                              The numerical Pair chart contains long individual follower strings.
                              Some Pairs are longer than others, which aides the selection process
                              when it's time to choose lottery digits for play.

                              Too much data for me to present here.

                              I suggest interest persons go to Mathematics forum, Page one, Topic; What's next, and read
                              the posting by Greenfox any myself.

                              This is a personal workout, which gives me the authority to use or not use
                              certain information.

                              While the Book D data is  mandatory when other lotteries are tracked,
                              it's not a critical consideration with a Numbers game.

                              Normally, the Book D data would be use to create GA structures needed for
                              choosing lottery numbers, but, I have chosen to by-pass this aspect of the
                              workout.

                              It's a very complicated procedure and I'm not sure I have the writing ability
                              to describe it in a way a Newbie would understand it.

                              Suffice it to say that, in lieu of Book D, I choose my GA structures using
                              the Doubles tracking charts.

                              As indicated, I evaluated the trend data and accurately predicted that the next
                              double would be 'DA', which was correct.

                              The next step is to choose the third and fourth letters to form a complete
                              GA structure.

                              Referring to the G#S Inventory chart, there are three G#  Box structures
                              with a double A.

                              These are
                              2110 - AABC
                              2101 - AABR
                              2011 - AACR

                              The inventory chart shows that 2110 has arrived more often then the other two.
                              My GA choice then would be 2110.

                              There is a specific ritual for choosing lottery digits.
                              I'll discuss it in a separate post.

                              I need some rest. Will continue tomorrow!!