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# Backward engineering a winning pick.

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I've been trying to match all six numbers in the local 6/49 game for almost a year and came close back in February with a five of six.  Today when I was doing my work out I noticed the number distribution patterns were the same as they were for the last drawing only one draw longer.

The numbers that had hit in the previous nine drawings for the last game were the same that have hit in the last ten drawings for tonight's drawing and the ones that had hit in the previous 31 the last time have hit in the previous 32 for tonigh's drawing and so forth.

Since I know the parameters that could has produce a winner for the last drawing, I will be applying those same parameters for my picks for tonight's drawing.  Since I will only be playing ten lines of the combinations I pick the best I can hope for is that the winning pick be among the combinations that come up and I get lucky and don't reject it.  I've reviewed my reject list for other drawings and have rejected a couple of 5of6 but never a 6of6.

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 Posted: November 6, 2013, 3:49 pm - IP Logged

I've been trying to match all six numbers in the local 6/49 game for almost a year and came close back in February with a five of six.  Today when I was doing my work out I noticed the number distribution patterns were the same as they were for the last drawing only one draw longer.

The numbers that had hit in the previous nine drawings for the last game were the same that have hit in the last ten drawings for tonight's drawing and the ones that had hit in the previous 31 the last time have hit in the previous 32 for tonigh's drawing and so forth.

Since I know the parameters that could has produce a winner for the last drawing, I will be applying those same parameters for my picks for tonight's drawing.  Since I will only be playing ten lines of the combinations I pick the best I can hope for is that the winning pick be among the combinations that come up and I get lucky and don't reject it.  I've reviewed my reject list for other drawings and have rejected a couple of 5of6 but never a 6of6.

Can you give an example? Not sure what you mean when you say The numbers that had hit in the previous nine drawings for the last game were the same that have hit in the last ten drawings for tonight's drawing

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 Posted: November 6, 2013, 7:08 pm - IP Logged

I've been trying to match all six numbers in the local 6/49 game for almost a year and came close back in February with a five of six.  Today when I was doing my work out I noticed the number distribution patterns were the same as they were for the last drawing only one draw longer.

The numbers that had hit in the previous nine drawings for the last game were the same that have hit in the last ten drawings for tonight's drawing and the ones that had hit in the previous 31 the last time have hit in the previous 32 for tonigh's drawing and so forth.

Since I know the parameters that could has produce a winner for the last drawing, I will be applying those same parameters for my picks for tonight's drawing.  Since I will only be playing ten lines of the combinations I pick the best I can hope for is that the winning pick be among the combinations that come up and I get lucky and don't reject it.  I've reviewed my reject list for other drawings and have rejected a couple of 5of6 but never a 6of6.

"The numbers that had hit in the previous nine drawings for the last game were the same that have hit in the last ten drawings"

That's because all six numbers were drawn in the last 8 drawings and were drawn again for Monday's drawing. If you use the same parameters for tonight's drawing and are correct, it will be a 6/39 drawing with odds of 3,262,623 to 1.

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 Posted: November 6, 2013, 7:14 pm - IP Logged

I am working out patterns, but don't have the time to program all of the ideas. It would take several days to finish it and I am busy with more important.

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 Posted: November 7, 2013, 12:27 am - IP Logged

Can you give an example? Not sure what you mean when you say The numbers that had hit in the previous nine drawings for the last game were the same that have hit in the last ten drawings for tonight's drawing

I was talking about Ohio's Classic Lotto(6/49) which the previous 10 drawings for tonight's drawing contain the same 38 numbers that were in the previous 9 drawings before Monday's drawings.  If you checked the predictions I posted for tonight's drawing then you know it didn't work.  The best I did was a match2 and the combinations I rejected didn't do any better either.

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 Posted: November 7, 2013, 7:56 am - IP Logged

Interesting idea, I'll have to play around with it and maybe give it a try.

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"The numbers that had hit in the previous nine drawings for the last game were the same that have hit in the last ten drawings"

That's because all six numbers were drawn in the last 8 drawings and were drawn again for Monday's drawing. If you use the same parameters for tonight's drawing and are correct, it will be a 6/39 drawing with odds of 3,262,623 to 1.

Actually using the last 8 drawings would get even better at 6/38.  I looked back at all 1063 drawings and had I done something like that from the beginning I would have been playing with a pool of 25-38 numbers and 70 of those times all six winning numbers would have been in the pool and 252 of those times would have included only five of the winning numbers.

Although last night try was a failure, it could lead to a whole new strategy for picking combinations to play in the future.

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 Posted: November 7, 2013, 12:41 pm - IP Logged

If I understand you correctly, you are using the all the numbers that have been drawn within the last 9 draws.

I have been tracking numbers used within the last 10 draws for about the last 2 years.  There have only been 46 times in that time frame (309 draws) that all six numbers drawn were from the less than 10 draws out.

How are you picking your lines from these numbers?  Wheel?

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 Posted: November 7, 2013, 4:01 pm - IP Logged

If I understand you correctly, you are using the all the numbers that have been drawn within the last 9 draws.

I have been tracking numbers used within the last 10 draws for about the last 2 years.  There have only been 46 times in that time frame (309 draws) that all six numbers drawn were from the less than 10 draws out.

How are you picking your lines from these numbers?  Wheel?

I only tried that for last night's drawing and it failed.  My observations were for what could have happened had I been doing that from the beginning.  I usually only play 10 lines or so, so wheeling is not possible with so many numbers.  From now on I'll be picking 10 lines the way I usually did before last night.

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 Posted: November 8, 2013, 7:14 pm - IP Logged

In quick pick no one ever wins. Avoid.

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 Posted: November 8, 2013, 7:15 pm - IP Logged

Right On.

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 Posted: November 8, 2013, 7:26 pm - IP Logged

A quick pick is just not my style but if it works for you, good luck.

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 Posted: November 9, 2013, 7:23 pm - IP Logged

If I understand you correctly, you are using the all the numbers that have been drawn within the last 9 draws.

I have been tracking numbers used within the last 10 draws for about the last 2 years.  There have only been 46 times in that time frame (309 draws) that all six numbers drawn were from the less than 10 draws out.

How are you picking your lines from these numbers?  Wheel?

I have the complete history of Ohio's Classic Lotto which include 1064 drawings and the complete history of the old Super Lotto Plus too.

* you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket *

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 Posted: December 10, 2013, 1:24 am - IP Logged

I think it might be better to forward engineer a winning pick as I cant wager for yesterdays game.

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