|Posted: November 22, 2014, 2:56 am - IP Logged|
The sets I posted here are not generated using a wheel. The predictor never even looks at a single number
past or present. The predictor first calculates a seed value based on so many previous lines lexicographical
index values which are averaged together. Next the program uses a algorithm which tries to calculate a series
of steps needed so that one of these values converted will match a 5 of 6. The program's only purpose is to
hit a 5 of 6, all other prize matches are a not intended and are just a by-product of the algorithm. The program
hit 1ea 5of6 in 90 games and the overall odds of doing this is 1 in 30,961 so from that perspective it performed
as designed. My hopes were that it would also show a profit.
Did you even read the the post where I explained in detail what the test was all about. If the seed value is correct
then the program will match a 5of6 every time. The seed value is not limited to just one value as there are 228 that
will work for any game. I plan to do more work on the method used to calculate the seed value that is used in the first
step which is the only thing needed to make the program a success.
The program generates lexicographical index values which are converted into number sets in the last stage. As I said
many post back I have no control over the numbers that make up the actual lines and no number is excluded. This has
been proven to be the best betting strategy for any lottery game.
Totally different method being used here. The only time I see actual numbers is when I feel out the bet slips. The systems
I actual play don't require analyzing numbers at all. They build lines based on the mathematical probabilities gotten from
analysis of the entire matrix. Such as the number of digits needed to maximize the lines overall chances of showing in the
If the history of the game can be analyzed to give up the numbers that will show in the next draw then we would have no
lotteries. Short term analysis will sometimes provide good results but after a while they all fail because they are built around
analysis taken from a few past games and the trends change. This is why we see a few so called super systems that show
a few good hits only to fail later. From what you have said of you methods I suspect this will be your downfall unless you
continually find short term trends within the data. Nothing wrong with those methods but I don't use them. Wheeling so many
numbers only works if one can select the correct numbers to wheel and the fewer numbers used, the fewer matches one will
trap. My methods have made me enough that I will never drop into the red in my lifetime. I average a 3 to one return over
the course of a year. I do have failures but overall I have shown a profit of at least 3 to 1 for over 10 years in a row. My DMP
software gives me many different options to generate my lines to play but they all work off the same principles and I have
stuck to these like glue for over 20 years now. This test has nothing to do with my actual play but I will keep working on it
until I am convinced it will never work just like the all the other ideas I test.
P.S. The only value one needs to know when making a bet is the overall odds for winning a prize. The overall odds
for my 6-44 are 1 in 39.32751 if counting 3of6 and 1 in 655.1932 for a cash prize.