I updated the Excel files. Important: You need all 3 Excel files opened in the sequence described below.
I updated all the files again around 9:15 am Eastern Time for those who may have downloaded them earlier this morning.
1. Open the TexasPick3V6 file 1st
2. Open the BookD file 2nd (Select File > Open from the TexasPick3V6 Excel file
3. Open the BookDPart2 last (Select File > Open from the BookD Excel file
Here is the download link to all the Exel files: remember you just need the 3
The only 3 files you need are TexasPick3V3, BookD, and BookDPart2
The BookDPart2 has been updated. After going through Bobby's posts on how he makes his selections I think I calculated the same numbers.
Excel file BookDPart2 is where you would answer the questions "What's Next??".
Option 1: make your next selection based on the "Alpabetical Analysis" & "Follower Sting"
Option 2: make your selection based on the Pair Chart
Both options described below:
I still have a few unanswered questions on a couple calculations but will have to wait until Bobby returns.
Here is Bobby's Math thread posting. NOTE: I corrected the draw date from 7/27 to 7/28
The last three entries in the Alphabetical string, as of 07/27/2013 evening drawing are AAB.
The Follower digits are determined by the Active Cell concept which counts
the unmarked cells between data already in the string (ABC or R) and the same
data being added.
The last active cell added is 'B'
The last two Follower digits are 12.
The user has two options.
Answer the What's next question by analyzing the Alphabetical matrix.
B = A 44 times, B 50 times, C 36 times, R 21 times.
The choice made is the first of three letters needed to obtain a Straight
combination for the next drawing.
Sometimes, the Alphabetical analysis provides results that are
'too close to choose'.
The user then can refer to the Follower string.
The last digit is 2
From the matrix
2 - 1 31 times, 4 46 times, 3 34 times 4 20 times.
This process is done three times to obtain three Follower digits.
The user can refer to the Pair chart.
The last pair is 12
The secondary followers for Pair 12 are:
What I do is evaluate the string and try to figure out (guess) what digit might
follow the last digit - 1.
Examining the string, I note the following
1 - 4,1,2,1.1.1,1,1,3.
I think I would choose 1 as the next follower for pair 12.
I would refer to the Alphabetical string.
Beginning the count from the last entry B, I would count one active cell up the string, which would be a B, the first of the three letters I need for the alphabetical structure.
I would then have to repeat the procedure for Pair 21, and the next pair in order to
get three Alphabetical letters.
I usually go with the results from the Alphabetical string, using the Follower string as a backup.
Hope this makes sense??
What you are doing is coming up with a more precise, analytical method for finding
answers to the What's Next question for all of the 16 pair follower strings.
Here are recent additions to the strings you already have.
The strings are getting longer and longer.
Should there be a cutoff at some point??
Just use the last 300, 400 or other?
However, even with the current total, the Pair follower strings are short.
Pair 22 is the leader with 45 followers.
Pair 24 has 18 followers.
What do you think??
Suggestion: Because the sum for Pairs 12 and 21 is 3, wouldn't it be better to use
substitution and give each Pair a unique ID??? to facilitate tracking???
Your final product would be used for multiple lottery games.
A sort of Universal scheme could be helpful.
I'm still evaluating your presentation.
As for going vertical, I mentioned that because all of my working charts has data
But, if the data is being created by a mathematical formula, algorithum or other
means, I guess it wouldn't matter.
Again, thanks for your hard work.