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Posted: August 16, 2014, 6:55 pm - IP Logged

This is a sort of addendum to the "8 x 15" thread here:

I've been already tracking some "bands" in the California Daily 3's set of singles boxes. But I divided them up simply as they come, starting with 0 and working to 9, in (mostly: i.e., except for all low-digit [0-4] boxes) sets of 10. I don't think this is the best way to do it, hence the "8 x 15" thread — which contains a host of awesome suggestions by many incredibly smart and savvy players here.

However, those who are interested, be on the lookout in your worksheets for plays within these connected "bands," or sets of 10 (i.e., they are connected as you divide the 120 available boxes into subsets, each one representing 1/12th, or 8.3%, of the total pool of boxes… each, large connected subsections, meaning the ones listed here are definitely due):

BAND #1
Temperature level: Hot
Box numbers:
015 016 017 018 019 025 026 027 028 029
Out since: July 25 (051)

BAND #2
Temperature level: Scalding
Box numbers:
245 246 247 248 249 256 257 258 259 267
Out since: July 13 (527)

As more bands become "long outs," I'll occasionally return here to re-alert people, if'n they want me to… hopefully, I'll have worked out a better band system soon! Smiley

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    Posted: August 22, 2014, 4:52 pm - IP Logged

    This is a sort of addendum to the "8 x 15" thread here:

    I've been already tracking some "bands" in the California Daily 3's set of singles boxes. But I divided them up simply as they come, starting with 0 and working to 9, in (mostly: i.e., except for all low-digit [0-4] boxes) sets of 10. I don't think this is the best way to do it, hence the "8 x 15" thread — which contains a host of awesome suggestions by many incredibly smart and savvy players here.

    However, those who are interested, be on the lookout in your worksheets for plays within these connected "bands," or sets of 10 (i.e., they are connected as you divide the 120 available boxes into subsets, each one representing 1/12th, or 8.3%, of the total pool of boxes… each, large connected subsections, meaning the ones listed here are definitely due):

    BAND #1
    Temperature level: Hot
    Box numbers:
    015 016 017 018 019 025 026 027 028 029
    Out since: July 25 (051)

    BAND #2
    Temperature level: Scalding
    Box numbers:
    245 246 247 248 249 256 257 258 259 267
    Out since: July 13 (527)

    As more bands become "long outs," I'll occasionally return here to re-alert people, if'n they want me to… hopefully, I'll have worked out a better band system soon! Smiley

    Any updates?

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      Posted: August 22, 2014, 7:25 pm - IP Logged

      Any updates?

      Yeah - the "Hot" list finally played, just today - 208 - and though I've been watching it like a hawk, today

      I DIDN'T PLAY IT!!! Bang Head

      Lotto 1 (+1, +1, +1, etc.), PG 0. LOL

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        Yeah - the "Hot" list finally played, just today - 208 - and though I've been watching it like a hawk, today

        I DIDN'T PLAY IT!!! Bang Head

        Lotto 1 (+1, +1, +1, etc.), PG 0. LOL

        Hang in there you will win big!

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          Posted: August 22, 2014, 11:19 pm - IP Logged

          Hang in there you will win big!

          Thanks Lakerben! Smiley

          Remember, once a group is fired off, keep an eye on it - game tends to return swiftly to sets that have been out for long periods of time.

          There's a new set to announce:

          BAND #3
          Temperature level: Bubbling
          Box numbers:
          056 057 058 059 067 068 069 078 079 089
          Out since: August 09 Midday (097)

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            Posted: August 23, 2014, 7:44 am - IP Logged

            Remember, once a group is fired off, keep an eye on it - game tends to return swiftly to sets that have been out for long periods of time.

            I Agree!  

            I have also found this to be true.  You will get 2 or 3 "aftershocks" within 5-10 games of the first hit on a long-out  group.

            "There is no such thing as luck; only adequate or inadequate preparation to cope with a statistical universe."

            ~Robert A. Heinlein

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              Posted: August 23, 2014, 5:19 pm - IP Logged

              Band #1 just fired off Midday today - 249 (I missed it, too, btw). 

              Smiley

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                Posted: August 24, 2014, 4:25 pm - IP Logged

                Remember, once a group is fired off, keep an eye on it - game tends to return swiftly to sets that have been out for long periods of time.

                I Agree!  

                I have also found this to be true.  You will get 2 or 3 "aftershocks" within 5-10 games of the first hit on a long-out  group.

                You nailed it, Tia - it was four, with today's 270Smiley 

                (btw: another one I missed!)

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                  Posted: August 26, 2014, 8:08 pm - IP Logged

                  Thanks Lakerben! Smiley

                  Remember, once a group is fired off, keep an eye on it - game tends to return swiftly to sets that have been out for long periods of time.

                  There's a new set to announce:

                  BAND #3
                  Temperature level: Bubbling
                  Box numbers:
                  056 057 058 059 067 068 069 078 079 089
                  Out since: August 09 Midday (097)

                  Bam. 805 Midday today, 8/26.

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                    Posted: August 27, 2014, 6:48 am - IP Logged

                    Bam. 805 Midday today, 8/26.

                    Good one, Peer Gynt!  I love it when a plan comes together.

                    "There is no such thing as luck; only adequate or inadequate preparation to cope with a statistical universe."

                    ~Robert A. Heinlein

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                      Posted: August 27, 2014, 7:40 am - IP Logged

                      This is a sort of addendum to the "8 x 15" thread here:

                      I've been already tracking some "bands" in the California Daily 3's set of singles boxes. But I divided them up simply as they come, starting with 0 and working to 9, in (mostly: i.e., except for all low-digit [0-4] boxes) sets of 10. I don't think this is the best way to do it, hence the "8 x 15" thread — which contains a host of awesome suggestions by many incredibly smart and savvy players here.

                      However, those who are interested, be on the lookout in your worksheets for plays within these connected "bands," or sets of 10 (i.e., they are connected as you divide the 120 available boxes into subsets, each one representing 1/12th, or 8.3%, of the total pool of boxes… each, large connected subsections, meaning the ones listed here are definitely due):

                      BAND #1
                      Temperature level: Hot
                      Box numbers:
                      015 016 017 018 019 025 026 027 028 029
                      Out since: July 25 (051)

                      BAND #2
                      Temperature level: Scalding
                      Box numbers:
                      245 246 247 248 249 256 257 258 259 267
                      Out since: July 13 (527)

                      As more bands become "long outs," I'll occasionally return here to re-alert people, if'n they want me to… hopefully, I'll have worked out a better band system soon! Smiley

                      Great Work!  PeerGyntParty

                      We got your band #2 425 Sunday evening and Tuesday midday 472

                      so will it stay on the same band is that how this works?

                      Let it Snow Snowman

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                        Great Work!  PeerGyntParty

                        We got your band #2 425 Sunday evening and Tuesday midday 472

                        so will it stay on the same band is that how this works?

                        It looks like it has in whatever State you're playing, because those don't look like California plays... but yeah, it seems to linger a bit usually.  Great job! Smiley

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                          Posted: August 27, 2014, 9:30 am - IP Logged

                          Good one, Peer Gynt!  I love it when a plan comes together.

                          Thanks Tia! Smile

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                            This is a sort of addendum to the "8 x 15" thread here:

                            I've been already tracking some "bands" in the California Daily 3's set of singles boxes. But I divided them up simply as they come, starting with 0 and working to 9, in (mostly: i.e., except for all low-digit [0-4] boxes) sets of 10. I don't think this is the best way to do it, hence the "8 x 15" thread — which contains a host of awesome suggestions by many incredibly smart and savvy players here.

                            However, those who are interested, be on the lookout in your worksheets for plays within these connected "bands," or sets of 10 (i.e., they are connected as you divide the 120 available boxes into subsets, each one representing 1/12th, or 8.3%, of the total pool of boxes… each, large connected subsections, meaning the ones listed here are definitely due):

                            BAND #1
                            Temperature level: Hot
                            Box numbers:
                            015 016 017 018 019 025 026 027 028 029
                            Out since: July 25 (051)

                            BAND #2
                            Temperature level: Scalding
                            Box numbers:
                            245 246 247 248 249 256 257 258 259 267
                            Out since: July 13 (527)

                            As more bands become "long outs," I'll occasionally return here to re-alert people, if'n they want me to… hopefully, I'll have worked out a better band system soon! Smiley

                            Univariate to multivariate assumes a parameter taking different identities with each cycle, these are discrete values compare to percentiles which are estimates.Look at it this way>A ball  with identity 1 returns to same location(cycle) with different identity 2(location is the same, the period is different), does the ball change in substance? NO. The different identities(multivariate) are your PREDICTION POINTS within a certain SPAN(10,20,100,1000 cycles), This approach depends more on the pool or the matrix of game rather than historical data.

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                              Univariate to multivariate assumes a parameter taking different identities with each cycle, these are discrete values compare to percentiles which are estimates.Look at it this way>A ball  with identity 1 returns to same location(cycle) with different identity 2(location is the same, the period is different), does the ball change in substance? NO. The different identities(multivariate) are your PREDICTION POINTS within a certain SPAN(10,20,100,1000 cycles), This approach depends more on the pool or the matrix of game rather than historical data.

                              Assumption> univariate to multivariate by concept of RECURRENCE(Parameter can be digits, sum, roots).I chose sum as parameter  to pinpoint other recurring  sums which comes with a data(PICKS)

                              CAL

                              rawing DatePick 3Pick 4
                              MiddayEveningMiddayEvening
                              Tue, Aug 26, 20148-0-59-7-34-3-1-3
                              Mon, Aug 25, 20147-5-49-1-50-7-4-4
                              Sun, Aug 24, 20142-7-05-4-03-6-8-5
                              Sat, Aug 23, 20142-4-98-8-89-8-4-3
                              Fri, Aug 22, 20142-0-84-6-50-0-8-6
                              Thu, Aug 21, 20140-7-44-0-85-7-3-4
                              Wed, Aug 20, 20144-8-94-5-40-9-0-6
                              Tue, Aug 19, 20148-9-72-3-75-3-8-2
                              Mon, Aug 18, 20143-8-51-7-71-7-3-4
                              Sun, Aug 17, 20146-5-64-0-38-5-2-4

                              draws          sum           sum points (different ID)           data>from sum points           

                              656             17              7,18,20,12,10                        241-846-875-813-235

                               

                              Data>241-846-875-813-235 are positional picks to be filtered with current and successive draws  656>

                              241-84x-87x-813-23x> filter 385> 241-x4x-x7x-x1x-2xx( 2471 is your base with 2 as your drive)> 24x-27x-21x> hits 249-270, you can even filter it further with draw 897> 241-x4x-x1x-2xx> 241> drive 2,>24x-21x, x are all your filters > 8,9,7,3,8,5,6,5,6> hit 249.

                               

                              403          7                     13-19-15-6-20                     706-982-870-204-857 > >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

                              Data> 706-982-870-204-857>filter 403-177>xx6-982-8xx-2xx-85x> 9828856> drive digits 9,8> for hits 888, or just filter with next draw 237,454> 98886> drive 9,8> 988-986-888-886---98x-96x-88-86x

                               

                              NB>See that the draw 656 with  id 17 returns periodically as sums 7,18,20,12,10  each with distinct data, I regard 17 as same as recurring sums(same ball with different ID).My prediction 888 for CAL last week was inherent, no tracking, the pattern evolves by itself.