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Predicting Last Digit analysis

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Posted: October 16, 2014, 6:03 am - IP Logged

Do you use last digit analysis in your predictions?  If so, please explain what you look for to determine what the next draws guess will be.  I have been gathering a lot of data and written a few excel spreadsheets to help gather the information but now that I have it .... what do I do with it?

Thanks

I isolated the last digits online for three games. I used so far java, Excel, vba, php, sql.

Euromillions

The last 10 drawings

2014-09-12913263133711
2014-09-1642930355024
2014-09-196834384839
2014-09-23121314293517
2014-09-26132735464712
2014-09-3031315334257
2014-10-03413234850510
2014-10-0792128303818
2014-10-10629424547910
2014-10-144515233237

The first digits

2014-09-129123371
2014-09-164233524
2014-09-196833439
2014-09-231112317
2014-09-261234412
2014-09-303113457
2014-10-034124551
2014-10-079223318
2014-10-106244491
2014-10-144512337

The last digits

2014-09-129361371
2014-09-164905024
2014-09-196848839
2014-09-232349517
2014-09-263756712
2014-09-303353257
2014-10-034338050
2014-10-079180818
2014-10-106925790
2014-10-144553237
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    Posted: October 16, 2014, 1:44 pm - IP Logged

    I put the positional ascending wheels back online on my website. Zero is eliminated.

    The input can be done like one final for one position, first to last position. You can input up to three numbers for each position.

    final = last digit

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      Posted: October 16, 2014, 4:24 pm - IP Logged

      I isolated the last digits online for three games. I used so far java, Excel, vba, php, sql.

      Euromillions

      The last 10 drawings

      2014-09-12913263133711
      2014-09-1642930355024
      2014-09-196834384839
      2014-09-23121314293517
      2014-09-26132735464712
      2014-09-3031315334257
      2014-10-03413234850510
      2014-10-0792128303818
      2014-10-10629424547910
      2014-10-144515233237

      The first digits

      2014-09-129123371
      2014-09-164233524
      2014-09-196833439
      2014-09-231112317
      2014-09-261234412
      2014-09-303113457
      2014-10-034124551
      2014-10-079223318
      2014-10-106244491
      2014-10-144512337

      The last digits

      2014-09-129361371
      2014-09-164905024
      2014-09-196848839
      2014-09-232349517
      2014-09-263756712
      2014-09-303353257
      2014-10-034338050
      2014-10-079180818
      2014-10-106925790
      2014-10-144553237

      Data, data everywhere, but not a starting point anywhere!

      Hope the Pickme'ers didn't run you off.

      Yes, having lots of data is cool, except it can be confusing. Like anything else you need  a STARTING POINT.

      You can't run a race without a starting point. You can't pay a game without a starting point, you can't do anything without a starting point.

      Sometimes the data gives it to you. Sometimes it doesn't. Most often it means looking over what you have to find something you can use to get you headed in the right direction.

      I keep A LOT of data. Some confusing. But it allows me to look at the same stuff from three or more different views to determine if what I am seeing is worth a second look. Another nasty piece of a chart....

      The R(x) is actual numbers, not digits. So R10 denotes Return of 10, i.e., "How long has 10 been out?"

      In a 4/35, there are 35 total numbers and 4 drawn in each game. At that rate, at the very minimum, it takes 9 draws to cycle through the entire 35. Doesn't happen often. So we get something like this. A chart where many numbers are out 2, 3 or more times what we expect. If you look at 27, up there at the 68, you see it stayed out 7 times as long.

      Some people call numbers like 10, 15, 21, 26, cold numbers. They are confused, out of sync, they don't know what to do. They are not hitting like they should.

      Sometimes this is as good a starting point as you have. I would not suggest playing all the cold numbers in one set. Mix one, maybe two, in with some hot numbers, like 17, 18, 22, 30, 32. FYI, 30, 32 is the most often hit back pair in 2Step. Its hit 27 times in 1401 live draws and 104 times overall. 

      Of course, I tell you not to play all your cold numbers in one line and then, one of my sets is 6, 10, 15, 19.

      Figure that one out.

       

      G

      My greatest accomplishment is teaching cats about Vienna Sausage. When I need a friend, all I need do is walk outside, pop open a can, and every little critter in the neighborhood drops by to say "Hi!"

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        Posted: October 17, 2014, 5:43 pm - IP Logged
        SergeMMulti-CountryEuro Millions3 + 101-02-13-49-50, Lucky Stars: 04-0801-13-40-48-49, Lucky Stars: 08-10$60
        SergeMMulti-CountryEuro Millions3 + 001-02-13-49-50, Lucky Stars: 04-0901-13-40-48-49, Lucky Stars: 08-10$30

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          Posted: October 17, 2014, 5:55 pm - IP Logged

          Data, data everywhere, but not a starting point anywhere!

          Hope the Pickme'ers didn't run you off.

          Yes, having lots of data is cool, except it can be confusing. Like anything else you need  a STARTING POINT.

          You can't run a race without a starting point. You can't pay a game without a starting point, you can't do anything without a starting point.

          Sometimes the data gives it to you. Sometimes it doesn't. Most often it means looking over what you have to find something you can use to get you headed in the right direction.

          I keep A LOT of data. Some confusing. But it allows me to look at the same stuff from three or more different views to determine if what I am seeing is worth a second look. Another nasty piece of a chart....

          The R(x) is actual numbers, not digits. So R10 denotes Return of 10, i.e., "How long has 10 been out?"

          In a 4/35, there are 35 total numbers and 4 drawn in each game. At that rate, at the very minimum, it takes 9 draws to cycle through the entire 35. Doesn't happen often. So we get something like this. A chart where many numbers are out 2, 3 or more times what we expect. If you look at 27, up there at the 68, you see it stayed out 7 times as long.

          Some people call numbers like 10, 15, 21, 26, cold numbers. They are confused, out of sync, they don't know what to do. They are not hitting like they should.

          Sometimes this is as good a starting point as you have. I would not suggest playing all the cold numbers in one set. Mix one, maybe two, in with some hot numbers, like 17, 18, 22, 30, 32. FYI, 30, 32 is the most often hit back pair in 2Step. Its hit 27 times in 1401 live draws and 104 times overall. 

          Of course, I tell you not to play all your cold numbers in one line and then, one of my sets is 6, 10, 15, 19.

          Figure that one out.

           

          G

          There is more on https://emuis.be/euromillions . I cannot just paste it here with the html and layout of my website.

          I indeed prefer to show the data as it is. You can't be finer and you don't get it anywhere. There is nothing confusing in doing a first mental step presented in a readable table. In fact it is less confusing.

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            The last 10 drawings

            2014-09-1642930355024
            2014-09-196834384839
            2014-09-23121314293517
            2014-09-26132735464712
            2014-09-3031315334257
            2014-10-03413234850510
            2014-10-0792128303818
            2014-10-10629424547910
            2014-10-144515233237
            2014-10-17113404849810

            The first digits

            2014-09-164233524
            2014-09-196833439
            2014-09-231112317
            2014-09-261234412
            2014-09-303113457
            2014-10-034124551
            2014-10-079223318
            2014-10-106244491
            2014-10-144512337
            2014-10-171144481

            The last digits

            2014-09-164905024
            2014-09-196848839
            2014-09-232349517
            2014-09-263756712
            2014-09-303353257
            2014-10-034338050
            2014-10-079180818
            2014-10-106925790
            2014-10-144553237
            2014-10-171308980

            The decades

            2014-09-160233500
            2014-09-190033400
            2014-09-231112300
            2014-09-261234400
            2014-09-300113400
            2014-10-030124501
            2014-10-070223300
            2014-10-100244401
            2014-10-140012300
            2014-10-170144401
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              Posted: October 17, 2014, 6:27 pm - IP Logged
              SergeMMulti-CountryEuro Millions3 + 101-02-13-49-50, Lucky Stars: 04-0801-13-40-48-49, Lucky Stars: 08-10$60
              SergeMMulti-CountryEuro Millions3 + 001-02-13-49-50, Lucky Stars: 04-0901-13-40-48-49, Lucky Stars: 08-10$30

              Those payouts are wrong.

              vrijdag 17 oktober
              1 13 40 48 49 8 10
               
               
              Winnende nummersWinnende sterrenWinnaarsTotaal WinnaarsWinst
              52000€
              5104764204.9€
              5021759937.6€
              422905660.7€
              411441752254.4€
              402623796117.4€
              32287401179.3€
              2242895928524.7€
              3158568305716.8€
              301276017656513.3€
              122373532431412.7€
              218911212169209.2€
              2019334626549774.3€
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                Posted: October 17, 2014, 8:40 pm - IP Logged

                Hello, starting point or reference ??? THE last draw is a !! basis, the cycle for each digit position is a base, !!! The numbers have no memory, but has locations !!! The control standards is a basic filter maximum and minimum of the previous draws, at x = 49/6 can not exceed 4 of the previous draws, the references capicuas is a = 23.32 numca or both together.

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                  Posted: October 18, 2014, 2:49 am - IP Logged
                  Match 5 + 1 Lucky Star1 in 6,473,989€413,285.13

                  Considering that a combination costs 2 euros, this is just like winning 207000 for 1 euro.
                  A very bad payout in my eyes.

                  I found statistics on http://www.euro-millions.com/statistics . Pairs and triples.

                  Should I put the same on my website or more? Would anyone care?

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                    Posted: October 18, 2014, 7:29 am - IP Logged

                    Okay, back to last digits. If you used my dynamic ascending wheel for Euromillions and made this wheel:

                    1. 01-02-03-04-05+01-02 NUMBERS {SUM: 15 ODD|EVEN: OEOEO DELTA: 1-1-1-1} STARS {Sum: 3 ODD|EVEN: OE DELTA: 1}
                    2. 01-02-03-04-15+01-02 NUMBERS {SUM: 25 ODD|EVEN: OEOEO DELTA: 1-1-1-11} STARS {Sum: 3 ODD|EVEN: OE DELTA: 1}
                    3. 01-02-03-14-15+01-02 NUMBERS {SUM: 35 ODD|EVEN: OEOEO DELTA: 1-1-11-1} STARS {Sum: 3 ODD|EVEN: OE DELTA: 1}
                    4. 01-02-13-14-15+01-02 NUMBERS {SUM: 45 ODD|EVEN: OEOEO DELTA: 1-11-1-1} STARS {Sum: 3 ODD|EVEN: OE DELTA: 1}
                    5. 01-12-13-14-15+01-02 NUMBERS {SUM: 55 ODD|EVEN: OEOEO DELTA: 11-1-1-1} STARS {Sum: 3 ODD|EVEN: OE DELTA: 1}
                    6. 11-12-13-14-15+01-02 NUMBERS {SUM: 65 ODD|EVEN: OEOEO DELTA: 1-1-1-1} STARS {Sum: 3 ODD|EVEN: OE DELTA: 1}

                    then you would have won quite a few prizes recently.

                    2014-09-1642930355024
                    2014-09-196834384839
                    2014-09-23121314293517
                    2014-09-26132735464712
                    2014-09-3031315334257
                    2014-10-03413234850510
                    2014-10-0792128303818
                    2014-10-10629424547910
                    2014-10-144515233237
                    2014-10-17113404849810

                    Note my positional input with last digits, and a restriction in set size.