"If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough." -Albert Einstein
I’m not the most mathematically inclined so bear with me while I try to will make this step by step guide to applying Extremely Low Positional Frequency (ELPF) theory as simple as possible. I may use the wrong terminology but hopefully you can understand the overall concept of what I’m talking about.
I started with the question of what is the maximum amount of drawings a cold digit in a certain position has taken before it became the most probable digit to hit in that position.
Again I say, there is beauty in rare things. I suggest inspecting the draw history to find rare events and analyzing the conditions before and after the rare events occurs. Recognize patterns and and review the draw history to so you can get an idea of how often that pattern occurs. Try inspect the previous 1,000 drawing it just may be worth your time.
I started back-testing the previous 30 drawings and I notice there were digits that still have not hit. Then 35 then at finally 40 drawings and I saw that digit finally hit in that position.
The example below is what deepen my curiosity about analyzing extremely cold digits by position.
Use the chart below to predict one digit for the Texas Pick 3 Day drawing on 11/21/13.
Note: I always combine all morning, day, evening and night drawings so you’ll have to do the same to follow along. I also use the previous 100 drawings and I’ll explain why later on.
The draw results for the Day draw on 11/21/13 were 992.
I started finding more extremely cold digits.
Predict the Texas Pick 3 Morning draw on 11-19-13 using the chart below.
The draw results for the Morning draw on 11-19-13 were 375
After finding more extremely cold digits my intuition urged me to do more back and go ahead and post a prediction which the prediction you see in the first post of this thread.
I came to the conclusion that a digit that has not been drawn in over 40 drawings had a higher probability of hitting next.
Yes, I am aware of gamblers fallacy and that all digit have an even chance of hitting next…..
I am also aware that when humans are involved in the process of trying to crate random events there can be evidence bias events occurring and ELPF Theory exposes those events.
Extremely Low Positional Frequency Theory identifies and can help to predict cold digits by position that are more likely to hit next. It can also help to identify and predict clusters of doubles and triples that are likely to occur and I’ll give examples later on.
Again I say, digits that have not hit in a certain position by 40 drawings are just a good starting point to start paying attention to that digit in that particular position. So far I have was observed digits that have not hit in a position in over 66 drawings.
Predict the Tx Pick 3 Morning draw on 11/4/13
On 11/4/13, 545 was drawn that morning.
Predict the Morning draw on 10-28-13
On 10-28-13, 284 was drawn that morning. I'm sure you get the point by now.
Chaos in Action
These rare cold digits are the chaotic butterflies most lottery prediction systems tell you to ignore. Digits that have not hit in over 60 drawings are rarer and have the highest probability of hitting in the next drawing. They’re not just extremely cold they’re Super Cold which is why I call them SuperFreqs. ELPF Theory is more effective at predicting a digit will hit in a certain position when you identify SuperFreqs.
SuperFreqs are the reason why most predictors are left dumbfounded and wondering what happened when they just knew their precious hot number was bound to hit. Probably because most systems just analyze the hottest digits in the previous 10, 20 drawings and maybe the hottest in the previous 50 drawings but I hardly hear anyone suggesting to use the previous 100 or 1,000 previous drawings maybe thinking it has no relation. It just may be impractical but would you analyze so many drawings if you knew you had a better chance at getting a straight hit? You’ve tried reference boxes, so why not try finding a SuperFreq or trois
Test the reliability (consistency) and validity (accuracy) of ELPF Theory for yourself
Try to predict the Tx Pick 3 Day drawing on 9/11/13--à 9/11 really must be a significant day.
The draw results for 9/11
Night draw- 555
This information can be used help support double and triple trigger systems.
Listen to the Lotto
This theory is forcing me to learn more about statistics and creating graphs and charts because now I’m wondering what the draw history of each position would look like if it were a sound or just plotted out on a graph.
So far I’m analyzing cold digits but it can obviously be used give you a different perspective of hot numbers as well to find out how hot digits get before they stop being hot for the next 100 drawings or whatever then they maybe cold, then extremely cold and then hit in the next drawing as a SuperFreq. It would be great to see the rise and fall of the wave. Kind of like it’s breathing as the hottest and the coldest digits expand and contracts around the Lowest Statistical Average/equilibrium.
Step back for a while to see a bigger picture by examining 100, 500 and 1,000 or more previous drawings. In order to really explore the accuracy and predictive power of ELPF theory you need the most data available.
Imagine the draw history as a signal that could be decoded or like weather data. A cluster of SuperFreqs in the previous 882 drawings could make digits that are real hot in the previous 10, 20 and 50 drawings turn out to be cold for the next 400 drawings.
All I’m saying it back-test ELPF Theory for yourself and see what kind of observations, patterns and predictions you can come up with.
Based on my thought of visualizing the lottery as a sine wave, I’ve observed what seems like code that is getting straight hits every draw but I’m producing too many combinations. It’s over 300 combos but it’s hitting every draw. I need to plot at least the previous 1,000 drawings to be even more accurate and I won’t get that kind of software until next week….unless I see a SuperFreq coming then I’m going to play it. I’ll update here as I back-test and filter it more.
Until then, test ELPF Theory for whatever lottery game you play and I would love some constructive feedback. If you have software that can plot the draw history of each digit by position on some kind of graph then I would love to see it because so far from I’ve observed it really is like weather except more predictable. By evaluation so many drawings you can actually see what looks like seasons changing when you step back and look at more drawings as whole.
What is going to hit next is truly relative to previous 300, 700 and 1,000 drawings and you can see it coming.
"When intuition and logic agree, you are always right"
It's called investing when you're great at it and gambling when you suck at it.
Challenge yourself to be more specific with your predictions.
Create a forecast with a beginning and an end date, show all of your combos,
let us know if you expect to hit in exact order and/or any order then post it here --->Pick 3 Forecast (Multiple States) Part 3