|Posted: October 29, 2014, 1:56 pm - IP Logged|
If you want an idea of the processes used by the pattern recognition tools then first take a look at this link,
The pattern recognition tools provided for download here use very similar methods to those covered
in the link with a few notable exceptions. When applying this sort of AI to lottery pattern discovery
we don't have a list of characters to compare so what I do is record the values that show in the next
drawing after a pattern match is found.
Lets say that I build 2 10X10 grids. Each grid has 100 cells or boxes and in the first grid I load the last
100 digits that have shown for the game. A pick-5 game has 5ea 2 digit numbers so a single set contains
10 digits. To fill the entire 10x10 grid it would take 10 drawings.
This is how the first grid is populated. Next the program selects at random so many of the cells and records
the digits that are stored there. Now the program builds the second 10x10 grid and fills it with like data but
starts assigning values with the second line of the database.
Next the program checks the values it stored from the first grid against the same cells in the second grid. Anytime
it finds a perfect match it records the information from the previous set. The program continues the second process
repopulating the second grid dropping down one line in the database each time until it reaches the end of the
The idea behind it is this, if patterns exist in the main data then the information stored should be a continuance of
those patterns. The results collected should give us a very good probability of which digits have the best chance of
showing in the next draw. The program highlights the top hitting values for each position but that does not mean that
value will show in the next drawing but shows what has hit most often in the past after the initial pattern used. Will
the pattern continue? The only way to know for certain is to wait until the next drawing.
If every game followed a pattern then it would be a snap to hit the JP's but they don't. The best method of using these
pattern recognition tools would be to make many runs and select maybe one or two of the best hitting values for a position.
This will help in two ways, it will first prevent JP sharing and can be used in single line play. I suggest that if playing on a
low budget to select one line using the lexie tool and one line using the digit tool. Also don't forget to make digit counts
and apply the logic covered at the first of the post. Have fun, it's a game. Jackpots come and go and IMHO any prize level
win is good, even those that break even.