Predictors sets for Wed 04-09-14, I am still using DTU=3 but thinking it might be time to make a

few changes. The predictor that I use here is what I call the lower predictor. Here is a brief

explanation of what it does and how it works. As I said earlier in the post this predictor tries to

predict the lexicographical index value of the set then converts the lexie into a set of numbers.

The first step is to sum the lexie values from the last few games and find the average. The number

of past draws it uses is what I call the DTU value. Once it has the summed and averaged these

values it uses this as what I call the center set or starting value.

Next the predictor uses a algorithm that is limited to 34 values, 17 higher than the center set and

17 lower than the center set. If you look at a lexicographical index you see that the values change

very similar to those of an old style odometer. The right most digit changes every 1/10 of a mile and

the second digit from the right changes every mile and the third digit from the right changes every 10

miles etc...... If looking at the lexicographical index for a lottery matrix you will notice that the first 3

or 4 numbers remain the same even though the lexicographical index number changes with every set.

Think of it like this. Lets say that your car has 027560.3 miles on it. You can drive 39.7 miles before

the 4th digit from the left changes one value from 5 to 6. With the lexicographical index of a lottery

you can often move many values up or down from some fixed point and the first 3 or 4 numbers in

the sets represented by those lexie values will be the same.

There are 228 sets that contain 5 of the 6 winning numbers for any drawing in my 6-44. These 5of6 sets

are not distributed equally but for the most part are scattered throughout the matrix. There are places

where several appear together and the idea behind the predictor algorithm is to calculate from it's starting

value how many places it must jump so that it lands within one of these clusters. The algorithm is the heart

of the predictor and even small changes make a very big difference in the sets produced. I am still in the

process of refining the rules for the predictor and having to build different ones for each game matrix because

the number of jumps needed are different for each game.

Some DTU values do much better overall then others, If I remember correctly DTU=8 hit three 5 of 6 tickets

over a span of a 365 games. Not too impressive but I think in time I can improve upon that. The odds for

the game are listed below.

0 of 6 = 2.557

1 of 6 = 2.344

2 of 6 = 6.375

3 of 6 = 41.84

4 of 6 = 669.42

5 of 6 = 30,960.75

6 of 6 = 7,059,052

overall odds of winning a prize are 1 in 39.33.

RL

Predictors sets for Wed 04-09-14

14 20 25 26 31 42 13 19 20 31 34 36 12 17 25 36 38 41 11 22 24 25 31 32 11 12 20 31 33 43

10 14 21 31 41 44 09 19 23 24 25 43 09 12 15 22 39 43 08 18 19 32 35 42 08 11 16 25 39 40

07 22 25 29 32 39 07 12 18 23 29 36 07 08 16 30 35 36 06 15 23 38 40 44 06 10 19 35 37 38

06 07 13 31 39 43 05 14 23 27 29 33 05 09 22 26 30 42 05 06 20 30 36 42 04 15 28 33 36 38

04 10 16 20 28 39 04 07 14 15 25 40 04 05 06 13 30 38 03 14 23 36 40 43 03 10 12 28 36 43

03 06 26 31 39 40 03 04 15 33 38 39 02 14 22 26 29 35 02 10 25 32 38 44 02 07 18 24 30 40

02 05 11 12 26 37 02 03 13 15 32 42 01 16 24 29 34 37 01 11 12 37 38 43 01 07 14 15 17 44