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Texas Daily 4- Substitution workout

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bobby623's avatar - abstract
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Posted: August 13, 2013, 12:43 pm - IP Logged

Choosing Structures to Play

OK, folks!
Let's get this show on the road!
Assuming that you (everyone following this thread) have in fact prepared
ALL of the tracking charts (combined drawings), you should pretty well know where your game
has been, and where it might be headed.
Assuming, again that all of your tracking charts and trend strings are complete and
up-to-date, including the last drawing, you should know that winning a pick 4
numbers game is no easy task.
However, if you have played close attention to draw results, you should have snapped on the fact that there are basically two ways to play the game.
1. Choose at least three alphabetical structures having a double letter.
2. Choose at least three numerical structures having double lottery numbers.
Note: If you don't understand what I'm saying you obviously don't have a complete set
of data to work with - and should go do something else.
A player could, of course, play more or fewer structures.
But, you would have to be INCREDIBLY LUCKY to win playing a single structure or structures
that just don't show up often enough to track.

This is how I choose structures to spend money on.

Doubles DA, DB, DC
(Double DR just doesn't show up in Texas often enough to support a meaningful tracking
string.)

Source/Reference: G# Structure Inventory List
(Mine has 35 separate structures. All single structures are accounted for with the 1111 (ABCR) entry.

There are three structures with Double A - 2110, 2101,2011.
Remember, these are Box structures.
Analysis:
2110 (AABC) has arrived 80 times since 1 July 2012
2101 (AABR) has arrived 22 times.
2011 (AACR) has arrived 26 times.

Inventory totals are tricky, and can lead a user down a dark road.
2110 would appear to be the best choice - but is it?

I now refer to my Double A Tracking chart.
I'm looking at a lot of history.
There isn't much difference in the EOL totals.
Therefore, in the absence of any evidence suggesting I do otherwise, I CHOOSE 2110.
I enter this structure on a Playsheet.

I refer to the Double B tracking chart.
0211 (BBCR) has missed 18 consecutive opportunities. Due??
1201 (ABBR) just completed a short run.
1210 (ABBC) has been a consistent favorite over the long haul.
I choose '1210' and  enter it on the Playsheet.

I refer to the Double C tracking chart.
0121 (BCCR) is a 'laggard'
1021 (ACCR) is a 'hit and miss"
1120 (ABCC) is consistent, not every drawing, but a good choice.
I choose '1120' and enter it on the Playsheet.

The other tracking charts for Double Doubles, Triples, Quad and Singles show all of those
structures arriving at various intervals, but - too risky!

These are Box structures.
An ADVANCED USER could rearrange the sequences, depending on EXPERIENCE, but I
don't recommend it.

I usually play the original choices without modifications.

Thus: my three alphabetical structures are:

AABC ABBC ABCC

These structures are used to form single lottery number combinations.

----------------------------------------

Lottery Number Doubles

Choosing structures for lottery number doubles is complex undertaking.
Draw history and structure tracking clearly show that the repeated digits can
sit on a structure with one repeat letter, or a structure with one letter
repeated three times.

I have already identified three structures having one repeat letter.

AABC  ABBC ABCC

Whatever lottery digit was assigned to the first 'A' would be
repeated to form the needed double.

AABC = 5983 = 5583
ABBC = 5874 = 5884
ABCC = 5842 = 5844

OR

Referring to the G# Structure Inventory List.

There are 12 possibilites:

3001, 3010, 3100
0301, 0310, 1300
0031, 0130 ,1030
0013, 0103, 1003

The respective tracking charts show some structures are more popular than others.
A review of the Base Foundation shows that Texas just completed a run where
the triples supported a run of double lottery numbers.

Of course, the triples could be used for Triple lottery digits, and single combinations, but, these don't
show up very often.

Bottom line - I use Doubles A, B, C as first choice, switching to the triples
when the trend lines show they are more popular.

But, keep in mind, that the lottery games are dynamic and anything can
happen, and it usually does when you least expect it.

I have a more complex set of tracking charts for ADVANCED USERS, who will
figure it out as they gain more experience with the workout.

Next: Playsheet

    bobby623's avatar - abstract
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    Playsheet - Page One of Four

    Playing the lottery is expensive.
    It's important that a player have a plan, an outline, or set of instructions
    to follow.
    Graph paper is recommended.

    My Page One has the following guides:
    Name of the Game: Texas Daily 4
    Drawing: 0813 Night.
    Plays: 3 singles w/alphabetical structures:
    Non-Positional G and F strings.

    S#:   2110      1210     1120
    GA:  AABC     ABBC    ABCC
    L#:  (TBA)

    Plays: 3 Double Lottery combinations using the  Alphabetical
    structures used for Singles.

    S#:   2110    1210   1120
    GA:  AABC   ABBC  ABCC
    L#:  (TBA)

    Bets: (Maximum of $6 for one drawing)
    Singles:
    Fifty cents, Box, One drawing
    Fifty cents, Straight, One drawing
    Total: $3

    Double Lottery:
    Fifty cents, Box, one drawing
    Fifty cents, STR, one drawing
    Total: $3

    Results:

    Post Draw Evaluation.

    The purpose is record all the pertinent information surrounding the various choices made
    or not made when constructing final combinations for play.

    The best time to make notes regarding future plays is now when the data, or ideas,
    are fresh.

    Next: Page 2 - Choosing digits to play.

      bobby623's avatar - abstract
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      Posted: August 13, 2013, 5:34 pm - IP Logged

      Choosing digits to play.

      Page Two

      Graph paper is recommended

      Date: 0813 Night Drawing
      Game: Texas D4

      DISTRIBUTION AND COUNT CHART
      ................BOOK A ....................
      Non-positional G and F strings

      Line 1 ...............IT.....GA.....EOL.....L#.......
      Line 2 ...............53.....1A.....3.........5......
      Line 3 ...............15......2A.....2........9......
      Line 4 ...............48......3A.....16......1

      Explanation:
      Line 1
      IT = Inventory Total, last 50 drawings (Source:  Col III of Base Foundation and GA Inventory Tracking Chart and GA Inventory Tracking Chart)
      GA = Gap Alpha assignment from Master Key Sequence
      EOL = End-of-Line total (Source: GA Draw-by-Draw, Column-by-Column Tracking chart) ('*' is a hit, only one per column) (No repeat column totals).
      L# = Lottery digit assignment from Master Key.

      Explanation:
      Line 4 shows that GA '3A' has come up/arrived 48 times during the last tracking period set
      by User; has missed the last 16 opportunities to be in the winning combination.

      From Non-Positional G and F strings.

      Line 5......GA1...............................................Line 15.....GA2...
      Line 6......312.................................................Line 16.....123
      Line 7......12...................................................Line 17.......23
      Line 8......2... 1/78..2/65...3/73.......................Line 18.......3....1/77..2/75..3/68
      Line 9 .......Blank.............................................LINE 19 ..... Blank
      Line 10 ....FA1.................................................Line 20 ...FA2
      Line 11 ....132..................................................Line 21....323
      Line 12......32...................................................Line 22 ....23
      Line 13 ... 2..1/70..2/67..3/82............................Line 23.....3..1/75..2/77..3/90
      Line 14.................3.3A.1.....................................Line 24...........3.1A.5..

      PlayBox

      S# - 3xxx  3xxx  3xxx
      GA- AABC ABBC ABCC
      L# - 1xxx  1xxx  1xxx

      Explanations:

      Line 5 = This is initial or first step in obtaining a lottery digit using the GA string and 3x3 Matrix.
      Line 6 = The last three Active Cells in the GA string.
      Line 7 = The last Pair in the GA string.
      Line 8 = The last digit in the GA string and 3x3 matrix cell totals.
      Line 9 = Blank
      Line 10 = This is initial or first step in obtaining a GA digit using the F# string and 3x3 Matrix.
      Line 11 = Last three digits in the F# string.
      Line 12 = Last Pair in the F# string.
      Line 13 = Last digit in the F# string.
      Line 14 = The '3' means that the User evaluated all of the possibilities and chose
      Cell 3/82 to select the third digit, counting right to left, from the three Active Cells on Line 6.
      Active cell 3 is the same as 3A. 
      The D&C chart shows 3A is Lottery digit '1', which is entered in the
      PlayBox L# line under 3A.

      The GA structure, AABC, a second 'A" is needed.

      Therefore, the riutal is continued using a second set of information.

      Line 15 = GA2
      Line 16 = Last three Active Cells
      Remember that AC '3' was chosen in the initial step
      Therefore, the last 3 temporary active cells are now  "123"
      The actual sequence won't be known until the drawing is completed.
      Line 17 - The last temporary Pair
      Line 18 - The last temporary digit with matrix cell totals.
      Line 19 Blank
      Line 20 = FA2 (second operation to obtain a second lottery digit)
      Line 21 = Last temporary 3 digits in the F# string
      Line 22 = The last temporary Pair in the F# string
      Line 23 = The 3 indicates the User evaluted all available information and
      chose cell 3/90 to select the third digit in the revised/temporary Active Cell
      sequence. Counting right to left, the third AC digit is 1, which is the same as
      1A.

      The D&C chart shows that 1A equals lottery digit '5', which is entered in the
      PlayBox L# line under 1A.

      S# - 31xx  3xxx  3xxx
      GA - AABC  ABBC ABCC
      L# - 15xx  3xxx 3xxx

      Note: If for some reason, a third 'GA' digit is needed, no processing
      is needed because since 3A and 1A have already been selected, the
      third GA has to be '2A'

      I know this 'ritual' is somewhat complex. But, it actually
      becomes 'a piece of cake' in time. The more digits
      chosen, the easier the processing becomes.

      However, if working with this much detail is too complex, then, the only
      alternative is to rely on the D&C IT and EOL totals.

      GA '2A' is a 'laggard', therefore, a User could just go with 1A and 3A.

      This is not recommended, but, it's the only alternative.

      Because this is something LP users have never seen before, I'm going
      wait a day or two before moving on to Book B and C.

      I tried not to make errors.
      I'm looking forward to addressing any  questions anyone has.
      Thanks for your interest.

        lottoburg's avatar - wiggle
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        Posted: August 13, 2013, 9:15 pm - IP Logged

        Choosing Structures to Play

        OK, folks!
        Let's get this show on the road!
        Assuming that you (everyone following this thread) have in fact prepared
        ALL of the tracking charts (combined drawings), you should pretty well know where your game
        has been, and where it might be headed.
        Assuming, again that all of your tracking charts and trend strings are complete and
        up-to-date, including the last drawing, you should know that winning a pick 4
        numbers game is no easy task.
        However, if you have played close attention to draw results, you should have snapped on the fact that there are basically two ways to play the game.
        1. Choose at least three alphabetical structures having a double letter.
        2. Choose at least three numerical structures having double lottery numbers.
        Note: If you don't understand what I'm saying you obviously don't have a complete set
        of data to work with - and should go do something else.
        A player could, of course, play more or fewer structures.
        But, you would have to be INCREDIBLY LUCKY to win playing a single structure or structures
        that just don't show up often enough to track.

        This is how I choose structures to spend money on.

        Doubles DA, DB, DC
        (Double DR just doesn't show up in Texas often enough to support a meaningful tracking
        string.)

        Source/Reference: G# Structure Inventory List
        (Mine has 35 separate structures. All single structures are accounted for with the 1111 (ABCR) entry.

        There are three structures with Double A - 2110, 2101,2011.
        Remember, these are Box structures.
        Analysis:
        2110 (AABC) has arrived 80 times since 1 July 2012
        2101 (AABR) has arrived 22 times.
        2011 (AACR) has arrived 26 times.

        Inventory totals are tricky, and can lead a user down a dark road.
        2110 would appear to be the best choice - but is it?

        I now refer to my Double A Tracking chart.
        I'm looking at a lot of history.
        There isn't much difference in the EOL totals.
        Therefore, in the absence of any evidence suggesting I do otherwise, I CHOOSE 2110.
        I enter this structure on a Playsheet.

        I refer to the Double B tracking chart.
        0211 (BBCR) has missed 18 consecutive opportunities. Due??
        1201 (ABBR) just completed a short run.
        1210 (ABBC) has been a consistent favorite over the long haul.
        I choose '1210' and  enter it on the Playsheet.

        I refer to the Double C tracking chart.
        0121 (BCCR) is a 'laggard'
        1021 (ACCR) is a 'hit and miss"
        1120 (ABCC) is consistent, not every drawing, but a good choice.
        I choose '1120' and enter it on the Playsheet.

        The other tracking charts for Double Doubles, Triples, Quad and Singles show all of those
        structures arriving at various intervals, but - too risky!

        These are Box structures.
        An ADVANCED USER could rearrange the sequences, depending on EXPERIENCE, but I
        don't recommend it.

        I usually play the original choices without modifications.

        Thus: my three alphabetical structures are:

        AABC ABBC ABCC

        These structures are used to form single lottery number combinations.

        ----------------------------------------

        Lottery Number Doubles

        Choosing structures for lottery number doubles is complex undertaking.
        Draw history and structure tracking clearly show that the repeated digits can
        sit on a structure with one repeat letter, or a structure with one letter
        repeated three times.

        I have already identified three structures having one repeat letter.

        AABC  ABBC ABCC

        Whatever lottery digit was assigned to the first 'A' would be
        repeated to form the needed double.

        AABC = 5983 = 5583
        ABBC = 5874 = 5884
        ABCC = 5842 = 5844

        OR

        Referring to the G# Structure Inventory List.

        There are 12 possibilites:

        3001, 3010, 3100
        0301, 0310, 1300
        0031, 0130 ,1030
        0013, 0103, 1003

        The respective tracking charts show some structures are more popular than others.
        A review of the Base Foundation shows that Texas just completed a run where
        the triples supported a run of double lottery numbers.

        Of course, the triples could be used for Triple lottery digits, and single combinations, but, these don't
        show up very often.

        Bottom line - I use Doubles A, B, C as first choice, switching to the triples
        when the trend lines show they are more popular.

        But, keep in mind, that the lottery games are dynamic and anything can
        happen, and it usually does when you least expect it.

        I have a more complex set of tracking charts for ADVANCED USERS, who will
        figure it out as they gain more experience with the workout.

        Next: Playsheet

        Bobby,

        Thanks for your further instructions and nice sharing!!!

        They're very clear.

          lottoburg's avatar - wiggle
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          Posted: August 13, 2013, 9:25 pm - IP Logged

          Playsheet - Page One of Four

          Playing the lottery is expensive.
          It's important that a player have a plan, an outline, or set of instructions
          to follow.
          Graph paper is recommended.

          My Page One has the following guides:
          Name of the Game: Texas Daily 4
          Drawing: 0813 Night.
          Plays: 3 singles w/alphabetical structures:
          Non-Positional G and F strings.

          S#:   2110      1210     1120
          GA:  AABC     ABBC    ABCC
          L#:  (TBA)

          Plays: 3 Double Lottery combinations using the  Alphabetical
          structures used for Singles.

          S#:   2110    1210   1120
          GA:  AABC   ABBC  ABCC
          L#:  (TBA)

          Bets: (Maximum of $6 for one drawing)
          Singles:
          Fifty cents, Box, One drawing
          Fifty cents, Straight, One drawing
          Total: $3

          Double Lottery:
          Fifty cents, Box, one drawing
          Fifty cents, STR, one drawing
          Total: $3

          Results:

          Post Draw Evaluation.

          The purpose is record all the pertinent information surrounding the various choices made
          or not made when constructing final combinations for play.

          The best time to make notes regarding future plays is now when the data, or ideas,
          are fresh.

          Next: Page 2 - Choosing digits to play.

          OK, You have selected your "What's next" for 08/13/E of TX-D4:

          DA, DB, DC.

          The L#S should be TBA (To Be Announced) later.

          Good luck!

            lottoburg's avatar - wiggle
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            Posted: August 13, 2013, 9:29 pm - IP Logged

            Choosing digits to play.

            Page Two

            Graph paper is recommended

            Date: 0813 Night Drawing
            Game: Texas D4

            DISTRIBUTION AND COUNT CHART
            ................BOOK A ....................
            Non-positional G and F strings

            Line 1 ...............IT.....GA.....EOL.....L#.......
            Line 2 ...............53.....1A.....3.........5......
            Line 3 ...............15......2A.....2........9......
            Line 4 ...............48......3A.....16......1

            Explanation:
            Line 1
            IT = Inventory Total, last 50 drawings (Source:  Col III of Base Foundation and GA Inventory Tracking Chart and GA Inventory Tracking Chart)
            GA = Gap Alpha assignment from Master Key Sequence
            EOL = End-of-Line total (Source: GA Draw-by-Draw, Column-by-Column Tracking chart) ('*' is a hit, only one per column) (No repeat column totals).
            L# = Lottery digit assignment from Master Key.

            Explanation:
            Line 4 shows that GA '3A' has come up/arrived 48 times during the last tracking period set
            by User; has missed the last 16 opportunities to be in the winning combination.

            From Non-Positional G and F strings.

            Line 5......GA1...............................................Line 15.....GA2...
            Line 6......312.................................................Line 16.....123
            Line 7......12...................................................Line 17.......23
            Line 8......2... 1/78..2/65...3/73.......................Line 18.......3....1/77..2/75..3/68
            Line 9 .......Blank.............................................LINE 19 ..... Blank
            Line 10 ....FA1.................................................Line 20 ...FA2
            Line 11 ....132..................................................Line 21....323
            Line 12......32...................................................Line 22 ....23
            Line 13 ... 2..1/70..2/67..3/82............................Line 23.....3..1/75..2/77..3/90
            Line 14.................3.3A.1.....................................Line 24...........3.1A.5..

            PlayBox

            S# - 3xxx  3xxx  3xxx
            GA- AABC ABBC ABCC
            L# - 1xxx  1xxx  1xxx

            Explanations:

            Line 5 = This is initial or first step in obtaining a lottery digit using the GA string and 3x3 Matrix.
            Line 6 = The last three Active Cells in the GA string.
            Line 7 = The last Pair in the GA string.
            Line 8 = The last digit in the GA string and 3x3 matrix cell totals.
            Line 9 = Blank
            Line 10 = This is initial or first step in obtaining a GA digit using the F# string and 3x3 Matrix.
            Line 11 = Last three digits in the F# string.
            Line 12 = Last Pair in the F# string.
            Line 13 = Last digit in the F# string.
            Line 14 = The '3' means that the User evaluated all of the possibilities and chose
            Cell 3/82 to select the third digit, counting right to left, from the three Active Cells on Line 6.
            Active cell 3 is the same as 3A. 
            The D&C chart shows 3A is Lottery digit '1', which is entered in the
            PlayBox L# line under 3A.

            The GA structure, AABC, a second 'A" is needed.

            Therefore, the riutal is continued using a second set of information.

            Line 15 = GA2
            Line 16 = Last three Active Cells
            Remember that AC '3' was chosen in the initial step
            Therefore, the last 3 temporary active cells are now  "123"
            The actual sequence won't be known until the drawing is completed.
            Line 17 - The last temporary Pair
            Line 18 - The last temporary digit with matrix cell totals.
            Line 19 Blank
            Line 20 = FA2 (second operation to obtain a second lottery digit)
            Line 21 = Last temporary 3 digits in the F# string
            Line 22 = The last temporary Pair in the F# string
            Line 23 = The 3 indicates the User evaluted all available information and
            chose cell 3/90 to select the third digit in the revised/temporary Active Cell
            sequence. Counting right to left, the third AC digit is 1, which is the same as
            1A.

            The D&C chart shows that 1A equals lottery digit '5', which is entered in the
            PlayBox L# line under 1A.

            S# - 31xx  3xxx  3xxx
            GA - AABC  ABBC ABCC
            L# - 15xx  3xxx 3xxx

            Note: If for some reason, a third 'GA' digit is needed, no processing
            is needed because since 3A and 1A have already been selected, the
            third GA has to be '2A'

            I know this 'ritual' is somewhat complex. But, it actually
            becomes 'a piece of cake' in time. The more digits
            chosen, the easier the processing becomes.

            However, if working with this much detail is too complex, then, the only
            alternative is to rely on the D&C IT and EOL totals.

            GA '2A' is a 'laggard', therefore, a User could just go with 1A and 3A.

            This is not recommended, but, it's the only alternative.

            Because this is something LP users have never seen before, I'm going
            wait a day or two before moving on to Book B and C.

            I tried not to make errors.
            I'm looking forward to addressing any  questions anyone has.
            Thanks for your interest.

            Hi, Bobby:

            When do you announce your L#S for tonight's TX-D4?

            The drawing time is coming soon.

            Good luck,

            lb

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              Posted: August 13, 2013, 11:27 pm - IP Logged

              Playsheet - Page One of Four

              Playing the lottery is expensive.
              It's important that a player have a plan, an outline, or set of instructions
              to follow.
              Graph paper is recommended.

              My Page One has the following guides:
              Name of the Game: Texas Daily 4
              Drawing: 0813 Night.
              Plays: 3 singles w/alphabetical structures:
              Non-Positional G and F strings.

              S#:   2110      1210     1120
              GA:  AABC     ABBC    ABCC
              L#:  (TBA)

              Plays: 3 Double Lottery combinations using the  Alphabetical
              structures used for Singles.

              S#:   2110    1210   1120
              GA:  AABC   ABBC  ABCC
              L#:  (TBA)

              Bets: (Maximum of $6 for one drawing)
              Singles:
              Fifty cents, Box, One drawing
              Fifty cents, Straight, One drawing
              Total: $3

              Double Lottery:
              Fifty cents, Box, one drawing
              Fifty cents, STR, one drawing
              Total: $3

              Results:

              Post Draw Evaluation.

              The purpose is record all the pertinent information surrounding the various choices made
              or not made when constructing final combinations for play.

              The best time to make notes regarding future plays is now when the data, or ideas,
              are fresh.

              Next: Page 2 - Choosing digits to play.

              The results for 08/13/E of TX-D4:

              P3=958;

              D4=1581;

                bobby623's avatar - abstract
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                Here are the 'how to choose' ritual for Texas Daily 4, Substitute Workout, Book B.
                You will recall that the three GA structures being used to choose digits for Single
                combinations (no repeat digits) to play are:

                Graph paper recommended

                AABC  ABBC ABCC

                Digits for the As were chosen in a previous post.
                The digits for the Bs are chosen according to following instructions.
                Note: This data was prepared on the 13th.

                DISTRIBUTION AND COUNT CHART
                ..................BOOK B.............
                From Non-positional Trend Strings

                Line 1......IT.....GA......EOL.....L#
                Line 2.......8.....4B.........17.....6
                Line 3......26.....5B.........4.......8
                Line 4......69.....6B........21......7

                Line 5.....GB1...............................Line 15.....GB2............................Line 25.....GB3
                Line 6.....645...................................Line 16.....456.............................Line 26 .....564
                Line 7......45....................................Line 17.....56..............................Line 27......64
                Line 8........5..4/61.5/64..6/68..........Line 18.....6..4/80..5/82..6/83.....Line 28..4..4/61..5/64..6/88
                Line 9..  Blank..................................Line 19  Blank.............................Line 29....Blank
                Line 10..FB1....................................Line 20...FB2..............................Line 30..FB3
                Line 11..111....................................Line 21..112................................Line 31 ..123
                Line 12..11......................................Line..22..12................................Line 32..23
                Line 13..1..1/61..2/84..3/54.............Line 23..2..1/77..2/62..3/88.........Line 33..2..1/77..2/62..3/88
                Line 14........2.4B.6..........................Line 24......3.4B.6........................Line 34.....3.5B.8

                Abiding by a rule suggesting that a User should select cells having the highest totals presented
                a problem - FB1 and FB2 gave duplicate results. The recommended course of action is
                to develop a third set of data.

                The lottery digits are placed in the structures as follows:

                PlayBox

                S# - 314x.....345x.....34xx
                GA -AABC....ABBC....ABCC
                L# - 156x.....168.......16xx

                Note that there are no entries for the Pairs on Lines 7, 17, 27, 12 ,22, 23.
                Pair Follower trend strings are important when seeking answers to the What's Next question.
                This data is like a two-edged sword - the clues (use or don't use) can go either way
                I have not found an effective means of showing the possibilities on a chart. There
                are just too many digits to work with.
                Visual scans and scratch notes are the only alternatives.
                Perhaps someone in the LP audience could offer some suggestions???

                The next step in the digit selection ritual is find specific digits for the Cs in the
                GA structures.

                  bobby623's avatar - abstract
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                  Here are the worksheets for Texas Daily 4
                  Substitute Workout, Book C

                  Page 4 of 4

                  Graph paper recommended

                  DISTRIBUTION AND COUNT CHART ...............BOOK C....................
                  Non-positional G and F strings

                  The G-Alpha Structures being filled are:

                  AABC ABBC  ABCC

                  Note: Digit '0' , '0R' is included in Book C. This adds a 4th digit in Active Cell sequence, and
                  a 4th cell in the G and F matrices.

                  Line 1.....IT.....GA.....EOL.....L#
                  Line 2.....23.....7C.....'*'.......4
                  Line 3.....18.....8C......1........3
                  Line 4......20....9C......10.......2
                  Line 5....39.......0R......6........0

                  Line 6.....GC1..............................................Line 16.....GC2......
                  Line 7.....8970.............................................Line 17.....8970...
                  Line 8.........70..............................................Line 18........70
                  Line 9..........0  0/68..7/49..8/56..4/59.............Line 19.....0..0/68..7/49..8/56..4/59
                  Line 10...................blank..................................Line 19............blank.............
                  Line 11.....FB1.................................................Line 21.....FC2
                  Line 12.....224.................................................Line 22.....241
                  Line 13......24....................................................Line 23.......41...
                  Line 14.....4..1/51..2/45..3/49..4/50..................Line 24.......11/30..2/49..3/57..4/35
                  Line 15..............1.0R.0.....................................Line 25........3.9C.2......

                  The GC1 data suggests the digit for the initial 'C' should be '0R', which would be
                  an error because there are no 'Rs' in the GA structure.

                  Therefore, the initial digit must come from GC2.
                  A third set of data is needed to obtain a digit for the second C in the GA structure.

                  Line 26.....GC3
                  Line 27.....8709
                  Line 28........09
                  Line 29 ........9..0/64..7/44..8/60..9/47
                  Line 30.....blank
                  Line 31.....FC3
                  Line 32.....413
                  Line 33.......13.
                  Line 34.......3..1/46..2/61..3/57..4/60
                  Line 35......4.8C.3

                  Updated PlayBox

                  S# - 3149...3459....3498
                  GA - AABC  ABBC  ABCC
                  L# - 1562...1682...1623

                  These are the 3 Single combinations requested by the Play Plan.

                  Next: Choosing digits for three combinations with repeat lottery digits.

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                    bgonçalves
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                    Bobby623 Hello, you too can join up to 4 vertical sweepstakes ago in 4 positions
                      In the vertical, so as to study study did not stir and add vertical
                      In each position, eg
                    Last 4 draws
                    1st 2nd 3rd 4th
                    4   5     8    9
                    8   5      2    0
                    4   5     9     1
                    9   6     3     2
                      That is how you are doing is horizontally, vertically you can do until the last 4 draws, and join patterns

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                      Posted: August 15, 2013, 4:45 pm - IP Logged

                      Double Lottery Digits
                      How to choose.

                      As was indicated in an earlier post, a minimum Texas Daily 4 bet should include
                      3 single combinations based on supstitution GA structure doubles DA, DB and DC,
                      and 3 combinations with double lottery digits.

                      A single combination is one that has no repeats - 5986, 0327, etc

                      A double lottery combination is one where one digit is repeated - 3661, 8890, etc

                      The ritual for choosing single combinations has already been explained.

                      Choosing repeat lottery digits is a bit more complex because the alphabetical
                      structure can be a double A, double B, double C, double R, or, triple AAA,
                      BBB, CCC or RRR.

                      A breakdown of the last 12 drawings shows 8 combinations with double lottery digits.
                      Four are based on alphabetical doubles,  three on triples and one double double.

                      Unfortunately, the tracking charts favor one over the other.
                      The User would have to rely on his/her experience and other factors to make
                      the best choice.

                      The three substitution doubles will be used to generate three combinations
                      having double lottery digits.

                      Since the doubles trend strings have already been used to generate single combinations,
                      the same alphabetical structures will be used for the double lottery digits.

                      Thus:

                      Single combinations:

                      S#: 3149  3459  3498
                      GA: AABC  ABBC ABCC
                      L#: 1562    1682  1623

                      Doulble lottery digit combinations"

                      S#:  3348   1448   1499
                      GA: AABC  ABBC  ABCC
                      L#:  1163   5663   5622

                      Note that the first 'A' choice (3A/1) in the single combination is the
                      repeat lottery digit (1).
                      The first 'B' choice (4B/6) in the single combination is the repeat lottery digit (6).
                      The first 'C' choice (9C/2) in the single combination is the repeat lottery digit (2).

                      Here is are  possible combinations based on alphabetical structures with one letter
                      repeated three times.

                      GA: AAAB  BBBC  CCCA
                      L#: 1156   6682   2231

                      Advanced Users could, of course, come up with other alphabetical structures and
                      lottery digit assignments.

                      This concludes the 'how to choose' demonstrations.

                      I can't believe that no one in the LP audience has asked any questions.
                      Am I to believe that Lottoburg is the only person interested in Substitution??

                      Bobby623

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                        Posted: August 15, 2013, 9:31 pm - IP Logged

                        Double Lottery Digits
                        How to choose.

                        As was indicated in an earlier post, a minimum Texas Daily 4 bet should include
                        3 single combinations based on supstitution GA structure doubles DA, DB and DC,
                        and 3 combinations with double lottery digits.

                        A single combination is one that has no repeats - 5986, 0327, etc

                        A double lottery combination is one where one digit is repeated - 3661, 8890, etc

                        The ritual for choosing single combinations has already been explained.

                        Choosing repeat lottery digits is a bit more complex because the alphabetical
                        structure can be a double A, double B, double C, double R, or, triple AAA,
                        BBB, CCC or RRR.

                        A breakdown of the last 12 drawings shows 8 combinations with double lottery digits.
                        Four are based on alphabetical doubles,  three on triples and one double double.

                        Unfortunately, the tracking charts favor one over the other.
                        The User would have to rely on his/her experience and other factors to make
                        the best choice.

                        The three substitution doubles will be used to generate three combinations
                        having double lottery digits.

                        Since the doubles trend strings have already been used to generate single combinations,
                        the same alphabetical structures will be used for the double lottery digits.

                        Thus:

                        Single combinations:

                        S#: 3149  3459  3498
                        GA: AABC  ABBC ABCC
                        L#: 1562    1682  1623

                        Doulble lottery digit combinations"

                        S#:  3348   1448   1499
                        GA: AABC  ABBC  ABCC
                        L#:  1163   5663   5622

                        Note that the first 'A' choice (3A/1) in the single combination is the
                        repeat lottery digit (1).
                        The first 'B' choice (4B/6) in the single combination is the repeat lottery digit (6).
                        The first 'C' choice (9C/2) in the single combination is the repeat lottery digit (2).

                        Here is are  possible combinations based on alphabetical structures with one letter
                        repeated three times.

                        GA: AAAB  BBBC  CCCA
                        L#: 1156   6682   2231

                        Advanced Users could, of course, come up with other alphabetical structures and
                        lottery digit assignments.

                        This concludes the 'how to choose' demonstrations.

                        I can't believe that no one in the LP audience has asked any questions.
                        Am I to believe that Lottoburg is the only person interested in Substitution??

                        Bobby623

                        Bobby,

                        Good job! Your Class of SLS is almost down now.

                        From your post above your "Waht's next":

                        GA: AAAB  BBBC  CCCA

                        L#: 1156   6682   2231

                        The AAAB=1156 is closed to the result: D4=1581 (08/13/E)

                        In fact, your L#s of "What's next" should be the best proof for your SLS.

                        I do hope you can keep the job continuously each day for one or two weeks at least.

                        Also, CARBOB   and GreenFox are working for it by using Excel now.

                        Maybe, your SLS is the good one in all Substituted Systems such VTracsX option for key patterns,...

                        here.

                        Let's see What's happen next. 

                        Good luck!

                        lb

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                          Posted: August 16, 2013, 8:07 am - IP Logged

                          Bobby,

                          Good job! Your Class of SLS is almost down now.

                          From your post above your "Waht's next":

                          GA: AAAB  BBBC  CCCA

                          L#: 1156   6682   2231

                          The AAAB=1156 is closed to the result: D4=1581 (08/13/E)

                          In fact, your L#s of "What's next" should be the best proof for your SLS.

                          I do hope you can keep the job continuously each day for one or two weeks at least.

                          Also, CARBOB   and GreenFox are working for it by using Excel now.

                          Maybe, your SLS is the good one in all Substituted Systems such VTracsX option for key patterns,...

                          here.

                          Let's see What's happen next. 

                          Good luck!

                          lb

                          OMG! I forgot almost that winsumloosesum, our Excel Expert is working for the SLS in Excel now.

                          Sorry about that , Steve!