|Posted: October 14, 2014, 1:16 am - IP Logged|
I will elaborate a bit on the tool above, what this tool does is first load the last 10 games into a 10X10 grid.
In the pic above I hit the random button and it selects anywhere from 6 to 12 digits within the grid which are
highlighted in black. The program then drops one line down in the history of the game and compares it to the
digits selected for matches. When it finds a perfect match it then records the digits that hit in the next drawing.
It continues to do this until it reaches the end of the database. In the pic above you can see that it found 13
exact matches within the database for the random digit selection. The data strings to the right show the hits
for each digit that hit in the next drawing, (-) = miss or did not show and (x) = hit in the next drawing. If the
strings of matching data indicate a pattern then the ones with the most hits should appear in the next drawing
based on the history of the game. Digits 1, 2 and 3 for my 5-39 are played without much thought but if you look
at digit 8 you will see it's 2 games/patterns out and has hit 10 out of 13 or 77%. Selecting 6 to 12 digits for the
search pattern gives billions and billions of possible patterns which can be searched. The program also gives the
user the option to select patterns manually if desired. The program can be ran in step mode or automatic mode.
When ran in auto it can process thousands of patterns in a few seconds and then do a average projection based
on the sum of all the test. If patterns exist within the history this tool should give us the best values to play for
the next game, in theory anyways. I don't personally hold to this type of analysis, not that there are not patterns
to be found, it's that when I play them a few don't come up. However if a person wanted to run thousands of searches
and if any real patterns exist, then it should be dead on. Drawing machines, both ball and RNG's have common setup
traits that might affect the sets produced. If the ball holders are loaded in the same manner as a previous drawing
before they are dropped into the main hopper or the seed value of a RNG is very close to a previous seed then the
numbers drawn might be very close to a past drawing. The lexie is nice in that if we pick the correct digits then we
will have one line to play, NO FILTERING and a JP win.