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bgonÃ§alves
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There are patterns in lotteries, which are the basic standards?

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ok thanks

bgonÃ§alves
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Hello, helpmewin wonder if there is hidden patterns in lotteries and how one might use a formula to see these rotating patterns

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Hello, helpmewin wonder if there is hidden patterns in lotteries and how one might use a formula to see these rotating patterns

Before you can talk about patterns, you need a way to identify them.  Once you can identify them you will see that 30% of the time new patterns are occurring and the few patterns that repeat the most do so less than 10% of the time and the combinations possible using those patterns are in the thousands.

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Well said, RJOh.

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Hello, RJOL I agree, what are these standards? Can you identify any?
If you could see the whole (all positions together) or see patterns separated by the vertical position? It is possible to create an algorithm that can see a standard 80% to 100% of the drawings frequency? thank you

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Hello, RJOL I agree, what are these standards? Can you identify any?
If you could see the whole (all positions together) or see patterns separated by the vertical position? It is possible to create an algorithm that can see a standard 80% to 100% of the drawings frequency? thank you

I explained over a year ago in this forum how I came up with patterns ids by dividing the numbers pool range by 2, 3, 4 and 5 and used those results to identify each combination pattern.  I did that for the local 6/49 game and had 7, 28, 75 and 173 difinitions and when combined for a total so far of 206 pattern ids and how often they occured in 1090 drawings.

When you mentioned seeing patterns separated by the vertical position, I have no idea of what you are talking about.

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There are patterns in lotteries, which are the basic standards?

Is this a test?

The basic standard patterns of lotteries are described in the LMG, and the percentage of their occurences depend on the total numbers in the matrix divided by the numbers of balls drawn multiplied by reverse square inverse of total number of possible outcomes.

So in a nutshell.  F(X)= Y-5/Y*(1/√Y^8)

Or is it the other way around?

bgonÃ§alves
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Rjoz Hello, thank you for the position is simple, see patterns of frequencies for each position separately climbing the last draw

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Is this a test?

The basic standard patterns of lotteries are described in the LMG, and the percentage of their occurences depend on the total numbers in the matrix divided by the numbers of balls drawn multiplied by reverse square inverse of total number of possible outcomes.

So in a nutshell.  F(X)= Y-5/Y*(1/√Y^8)

Or is it the other way around?

Sounds like you're still trying to understand those Gail Howard books you've mentioned in earlier posts.  If you ever figure out what F,X and Y stand for, you might have a winner.  Good luck.

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Is this a test?

The basic standard patterns of lotteries are described in the LMG, and the percentage of their occurences depend on the total numbers in the matrix divided by the numbers of balls drawn multiplied by reverse square inverse of total number of possible outcomes.

So in a nutshell.  F(X)= Y-5/Y*(1/√Y^8)

Or is it the other way around?

bgonÃ§alves
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Rjol Hello, this may be considered a standard? example of a lottery 49/6
Took the next draw = 10,12,26,29,35,42 next gave = 08,15,25,30,39,48
The base will always be the last draw as reference
1st position last draw gave 08 soon 10 is positive then it is more = +2
2nd position is = 15 - 3
3rd position = +1
4th position = -1
5th position = -4
6th place = -6

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Rjol Hello, this may be considered a standard? example of a lottery 49/6
Took the next draw = 10,12,26,29,35,42 next gave = 08,15,25,30,39,48
The base will always be the last draw as reference
1st position last draw gave 08 soon 10 is positive then it is more = +2
2nd position is = 15 - 3
3rd position = +1
4th position = -1
5th position = -4
6th place = -6

Sorry, I still don't get where you're coming from, but if it works for you that's all that matters.  Good luck.

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bgonÃ§alves
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The RJOLis easy, the base or pivot is always the last draw Ok

1st Example 12 gave the penultimate gave 8 = 12-8 = -4 then if instead of 8 would be 17

12 +5 = 17 ie one sees the positive and negative of each digit in position

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The RJOLis easy, the base or pivot is always the last draw Ok

1st Example 12 gave the penultimate gave 8 = 12-8 = -4 then if instead of 8 would be 17

12 +5 = 17 ie one sees the positive and negative of each digit in position

If I was looking for an easy way to pick combinations to play I would just buy quick picks.  I'm looking for ways to pick combinations to play that might improve my percentages of wins if it's even possible.

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