United States Member #116344 September 8, 2011 3928 Posts Offline

Posted: November 17, 2013, 4:01 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by adobea78 on November 9, 2013

This is a tentative formula derived from ' finding the next term' in a sequence. Whether such sequence is linear or not is left to observation. I use the word 'tentative' to avoid any equivocation . I will replace the Nth term, with Nth set/s since we're dealing with sets. These sets may be your PICKS to wage or a BASE to work on.

Lets go> Every lotto/lottery game has a POOL, with members ranging from lowest to highest, eg, cash 5 has lowest member 1 and highest 39(5/39>5 balls from pool of 39 balls), lottery games are usually 1 to highest 9(a ball from 9 balls). Let's set the variable N for the limit of the POOL. For any game , the format is x/N, where x is/are unknown variable/s to be drawn, for simplicity, i will assume the Linear dimension(yes I understand the dynamics of other dimensions), hence the variables will be drawn>Xo,X1........Xn. So for every draw set my Nth set will be >[(X1-X2),(X1-X2)+2 ,N-(X1-X2), N-(X1-X2)+2] . Note that X could be X3 ....Xn,

X1 and X2 assumes the variable X follows a linear sequence. The number 2 is deviation range for the variable X.

Now lets plug in some numbers using assumed cash 5 draw > 1-22-34-15-20:

United States Member #116344 September 8, 2011 3928 Posts Offline

Posted: November 18, 2013, 1:25 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by flossdog on November 18, 2013

I must be slow but I don't understand how you calculate the formula or in other words how you are

arriving at your playable numbers.

thanks!

I used the word 'Tentative' at the start of this thread, and trying to improve it. Finding Nth term in a Random sequence(what dimension?-speculation, if I may) , one has to make assumptions. Plug in your numbers, you may come out with different ideal even to re-write the formula. Give me your State data for 5/6 games and I will do a workout (preferable beginning of this month).

United States Member #141445 April 14, 2013 12 Posts Offline

Posted: November 18, 2013, 4:37 pm - IP Logged

Hello Adobea78,

Please do a workout using your formula for Florida Fantasy 5 which is a 5/36 lotto game,. I tried to do a copy and pste of the last 10 dsrawings but ity wouldn't paste.

Hope you can illustrate the use of your formula in a way math simpletonslike me will understand.

United States Member #116344 September 8, 2011 3928 Posts Offline

Posted: November 18, 2013, 4:41 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by billdog on November 18, 2013

Hello Adobea78,

Please do a workout using your formula for Florida Fantasy 5 which is a 5/36 lotto game,. I tried to do a copy and pste of the last 10 dsrawings but ity wouldn't paste.

Hope you can illustrate the use of your formula in a way math simpletonslike me will understand.

From 5/36 lotto format, you have 5 unknown variables X1, X2, Xn to be drawn from a pool of 36 balls, the formula ASSUMES, X1,X2..... are drawn in linear sequence(dimension is debatable), so we're going to use the SEQUENTIAL DIFFERENCE between the variable/s X and plug it into the formula> so for known draw set 10-18-22-31-32, you start with seq dff. 10 and 18, assign X1=10, X2=18, from the formula

United States Member #116344 September 8, 2011 3928 Posts Offline

Posted: November 25, 2013, 1:54 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by adobea78 on November 9, 2013

This is a tentative formula derived from ' finding the next term' in a sequence. Whether such sequence is linear or not is left to observation. I use the word 'tentative' to avoid any equivocation . I will replace the Nth term, with Nth set/s since we're dealing with sets. These sets may be your PICKS to wage or a BASE to work on.

Lets go> Every lotto/lottery game has a POOL, with members ranging from lowest to highest, eg, cash 5 has lowest member 1 and highest 39(5/39>5 balls from pool of 39 balls), lottery games are usually 1 to highest 9(a ball from 9 balls). Let's set the variable N for the limit of the POOL. For any game , the format is x/N, where x is/are unknown variable/s to be drawn, for simplicity, i will assume the Linear dimension(yes I understand the dynamics of other dimensions), hence the variables will be drawn>Xo,X1........Xn. So for every draw set my Nth set will be >[(X1-X2),(X1-X2)+2 ,N-(X1-X2), N-(X1-X2)+2] . Note that X could be X3 ....Xn,

X1 and X2 assumes the variable X follows a linear sequence. The number 2 is deviation range for the variable X.

Now lets plug in some numbers using assumed cash 5 draw > 1-22-34-15-20:

This outcome gives constant 3/5 for lotto games and very effective for lottery games also.

Ideals are always welcome, keep your thoughts if you only find faults, am open to positive critique and ideals.

FL

Drawing Date

Pick 3

Pick 4

Midday

Evening

Midday

Evening

Sun, Nov 24, 2013

9-1-2

4-4-7

1-6-6-1

4-3-8-2

Sat, Nov 23, 2013

8-6-3

1-7-5

8-8-6-3

3-4-0-3

Fri, Nov 22, 2013

8-6-6

4-5-2

0-8-5-1

4-8-2-8

Thu, Nov 21, 2013

8-3-6

1-7-3

9-2-6-8

5-2-9-6

Wed, Nov 20, 2013

2-9-4

3-3-6

4-6-2-5

8-6-4-8

Tue, Nov 19, 2013

7-9-6

0-4-2

3-0-0-8

2-9-4-3

Mon, Nov 18, 2013

8-8-5

0-2-3

9-2-4-0

6-6-1-9

Sun, Nov 17, 2013

7-4-0

5-5-5

1-2-0-2

7-9-6-5

Sat, Nov 16, 2013

6-0-1

1-8-6

8-5-4-6

6-2-1-7

Fri, Nov 15, 2013

6-5-2

3-9-5

3-1-1-4

3-6-9-3

Plug in P3/P4 draws,eg P3 (EVE ) and filter by next draws(Combined), note down Remnants(R)

each step>

Draw base from formula

395> 6835-4657>filter by nxt draw 601>R,0,1-01

835-457> filter by 186>R1,6

35-457>3547 (740 exit, but not clear), filter by 740>R0

35-5> 355> 35x-55x> X is mostly frequent R0,1,0,1,1,6,0

Your final pick 355 is valid for 7 draws,you can do another set just to confirm first set, eg

draw 186> 7924-2479>filter by 740>R,0-0

92-92> picks 929-292-92x-29x

555>0291-0291-0291> filter by 023>R,3-3-3

91-91-91> 919-911-999-111-913-912-910-912

023>2479-1380>filter 796>R6

24-1380> filter 042>R0,-4,2

138 > 130-134-132-136-128-148-168-238-438-638

042>4657-2479>filter 294>R,29,

657-7 > 6577>657-677-577-65x-57x-67x(you can filter further by draw336>R,3

577>577-57x-75x

NB> a set should be waged for at least 5 draws, above examples are test workout to show a trend to pick

pair with certainty, R is optional(you can used the most frequent 2 digits of combined last 5 draws).Trying to do many workouts is not suggested(is good for testing) for obvious reason.