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Crosstalk

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San Angelo, Texas
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Posted: May 13, 2014, 3:31 pm - IP Logged

This is public test of potential 'crosstalk' between different lottery games.
The following are three Decade A digits in a 12-digit string for a Pick 6/44
lottery game.

3.4.9

These digits are only for the Wednesday May 14 drawing.

Additional digits will be added prior to the May 21 drawing.

Use at our own risk.

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    San Angelo, Texas
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    Posted: May 13, 2014, 5:20 pm - IP Logged

    Tracking for Decade B is complete.
    Therefore:

    3.4.9.15.16.18

    Might not have time to add Decades C and D before next Wednesday (101414) drawing.

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      San Angelo, Texas
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      Posted: May 14, 2014, 10:04 am - IP Logged

      Here are Decades A, B, C, D for Texas and Missouri:

      TX:    3.5.8    11.16.18   25.26.28   30.33.36
      MO:   3.4.9    15.16.18   24.26.27   31.33.37

      This is for Wednesday drawings only.

      The number of objects in Decades E are different - 5 for MO, 10 for TX - making apple-to-apple comparisons impossible.
      Also, TX has 5 objects in Decade F.

      There have been many MO jackpot winners with combinations with Decades ABCD.
      Not so in Texas.
      FYI Texas has not had a 6/54 winner in over 30 drawings.
      The last jackpot ticket has not be redeemed.
      It's a tough game.

      The point of this little test is to learn if data generated in one game is useful in other games where comparisons are possible.
      Not strictly scientific, but adequate for my needs.
      I have my own way of generating data, which is totally different from traditional methods.