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PA Cash 5 is a 5 of 43 game.  It starts at $125,000 and rolls over when not hit.  I usually only play when it is at $450,000 on up.  It usually doesn't go above $600,000 before it is hit.

I run a different program mostly for my numbers.  A couple of weeks ago I mis-timed getting my tickets due to ahhh......mowing the grass.  Hit With Stick

 

I would have had a 4 of 5, missed out on $299 that night.  My new rule, I'll never check numbers that I should have played but didn't.  I don't even want to imagine how I'd be if my numbers would have been 5 of 5 that night!  Mad

 

Now I just need to learn Lexi..Smile

I run a different program mostly for my numbers. 

What program are you running?

Do you wheel?  Do you play the T.H.?

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    Today the CA Fantasy5 result was   3 - 14 - 29 - 34 - 38

    and I played 1 ticket which was        2 - 13 - 28 - 34 - 38

                                          Lexi :    111 - 321 - 212 - 312 - 321 - 221

                                        Mine :     111 - 122 - 221 - 311 - 211 - 221

    I was off by 1 number for the 3 first numbers. I only have the 1st and 6th good Lexi.

    I know it's not even close but interesting.

    Frenchie.

    Frenchie, am I reading your lines wrong? You are calling, what looks like steps, Lexi's.

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      CARBOB,

      Yes, if you prefer.

      Those " steps " lead actually to the Lexi number which is the same but you're right.

      Frenchie.

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        CARBOB,

        Yes, if you prefer.

        Those " steps " lead actually to the Lexi number which is the same but you're right.

        Frenchie.

        Thank you.

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          Adam,

          Congratulation for your selection very impressive to me.

          I have a question, I'm trying to understand,how did you get the 5/6 by missing the second number this mean you had

          the first Lexi right but the second lexi had to be wrong since you missing the second number 19 ( correct me if I'm wrong )

          in your 2 combinations you missing the 19 which is in the second position so how did you get the rest of the numbers right ???

          by not having the second lexi which would threw off the rest of the numbers ?

          Please explain if you can, I'm very intrigued.

          Frenchie.

          frenchie

           

          Actually the lexie was : 1 0 0 0 0 1 4 4

          The lexie I used was :      0 1 3 7 9 1

           

          So I used 6 positions and skipped the first and the last one. As you can see I missed many of them but my selections were fortunate that along with the group I used brought me there. As a final result I got 10 sets  i.e. :

          09 32 35 36 39 43
          09 32 35 36 39 44
          09 32 35 36 39 45
          09 32 35 36 39 46
          09 32 35 36 39 47
          09 32 35 36 39 48
          09 32 35 36 39 49
          09 32 35 36 40 41
          09 32 35 36 40 42
          09 32 35 36 40 43 

           

          I decided to play the last two ones.

           

          Adam

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            Posted: July 21, 2015, 7:43 am - IP Logged

            Adam

            I think those who stick with it will come out the other side with a big grin, maybe ear to ear.

            RL

            Craig

             

            I agree 100%. The only thing to decide is which game to choose taking into consideration:

            • for which one you find hitting some digits easier as there might be differences,
            • the jackpot amount and rollover : yes or no,
            • price of the ticket,
            • anything which might help you tip the scales when you are unable to fill in all the positions and so you are getting too many sets to play

             

            Adam

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              Posted: July 22, 2015, 12:15 am - IP Logged

              Adam

              Consider this, the values you played produced 5 of the 6 winning numbers.  This is a bit hard to understand

              but the lexie you played was very close.  You can't count the difference between the winning lexie and the

              one you played.  What if you had picked 6 numbers and only 5 hit, would you think it was a chance hit?

               

              This is a bit counter-intuitive but it makes perfect sense if you consider the relationship between the lexies and

              the numbers they produace.  I use to think that if a win was gotten using a lexie value that was far different than

              the actual winning lexie then it was just a chance event but no longer.  Your choices are tied directly to the lines/

              numbers generated. 

               

              It is exactly the same thing as someone picking 5 of the 6 winning numbers regardless of the difference between

              the actual lexie and the one you played.  Think about it, the difference you see is misleading.

               

              P.S.  Study the results of the 1-off program and it should lead you to the same conculsion. 

               

              RL

              Working on my Ph.D.  "University of hard Knocks"

              I will consider the opinion that my winnings are a product of chance if you are willing to consider

              they are not.  Many great discoveries come while searching for something else

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                Posted: July 22, 2015, 3:53 am - IP Logged

                Adam

                Consider this, the values you played produced 5 of the 6 winning numbers.  This is a bit hard to understand

                but the lexie you played was very close.  You can't count the difference between the winning lexie and the

                one you played.  What if you had picked 6 numbers and only 5 hit, would you think it was a chance hit?

                 

                This is a bit counter-intuitive but it makes perfect sense if you consider the relationship between the lexies and

                the numbers they produace.  I use to think that if a win was gotten using a lexie value that was far different than

                the actual winning lexie then it was just a chance event but no longer.  Your choices are tied directly to the lines/

                numbers generated. 

                 

                It is exactly the same thing as someone picking 5 of the 6 winning numbers regardless of the difference between

                the actual lexie and the one you played.  Think about it, the difference you see is misleading.

                 

                P.S.  Study the results of the 1-off program and it should lead you to the same conculsion. 

                 

                RL

                Craig

                 

                Honestly, I've never thought about it that way. I've visited one-off program a couple of times, but it never helped me in my selections. It does show that different digit selections lead to getting a second-tier prize, but I've never been able to find a path among them which could help me go along this way.

                You are right as at the end of the day, 5 of 6 means that somebody is close, no matter what the method used was.

                Adam

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                  RL,

                  Do you think it would be possible to merge your 2 software together and make it one.

                  So it would work like this :

                   ...  1  Make your selection values more open for the filters desired with DMP which would produce off course

                            more sets and increase the chance to capture the 5/5 in.

                   ...  2  Then make also your second selection on the T-Lex the way we do it now with a choice of selecting

                             more values of the 3 digits for the Lexi digit which will increase the chance to get the 5/5 also

                   ...  3  Then, a button that will compare the 2 selection and only keep the common one, if there is if not

                             then we would have to change the selection in one or the other until you get a match.

                   

                             Just an idea, 2 software against each other could maybe be better than one at the time ?

                  Frenchie.

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                    hi RL can you post the link to download the program for the pic3. I would like to work it for mass. thanks

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                      Frenchie

                      I won't be doing any more work on DMP so the answer is no.  I have moved away from using secondary filtering

                      as IMHO it does not pay off.   If trapping JP's in a small subset and then filtering them down worked I would be a

                      billionaire.   Even if the subset is as small as 50 lines secondary filtering is a bummer.

                       

                      Adam

                      Think of it like this, the lexie is the address of each set.  Lets say that we think the winner will be located at

                      1325 North Adams.   Again lets say that there is a house on the left and right of 1325 North Adams named

                      1323 and 1327 and three more across the street 1322, 1324 and 1326 North Adams.  It's perty much a given

                      that any of these will have a JP-1 hit.  But what if the house behind you is on another street named Quincy. 

                      Again lets say that the house directly behind you has the address 2672 Quincy street.  Even though the address

                      has nothing in common with 1325 North Adams it is just as close as any of the other addresses mentioned.   

                      Your analysis led you to a address that had 5 of the 6 correct numbers regardless of how many lexie digits matched.

                      RL

                      Working on my Ph.D.  "University of hard Knocks"

                      I will consider the opinion that my winnings are a product of chance if you are willing to consider

                      they are not.  Many great discoveries come while searching for something else

                      USAF https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prime_Base_Engineer_Emergency_Force

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                        retxx

                        The only daily game software I am giving out is the one that winsum has posted.

                        RL

                        Working on my Ph.D.  "University of hard Knocks"

                        I will consider the opinion that my winnings are a product of chance if you are willing to consider

                        they are not.  Many great discoveries come while searching for something else

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                          Frenchie

                          I won't be doing any more work on DMP so the answer is no.  I have moved away from using secondary filtering

                          as IMHO it does not pay off.   If trapping JP's in a small subset and then filtering them down worked I would be a

                          billionaire.   Even if the subset is as small as 50 lines secondary filtering is a bummer.

                           

                          Adam

                          Think of it like this, the lexie is the address of each set.  Lets say that we think the winner will be located at

                          1325 North Adams.   Again lets say that there is a house on the left and right of 1325 North Adams named

                          1323 and 1327 and three more across the street 1322, 1324 and 1326 North Adams.  It's perty much a given

                          that any of these will have a JP-1 hit.  But what if the house behind you is on another street named Quincy. 

                          Again lets say that the house directly behind you has the address 2672 Quincy street.  Even though the address

                          has nothing in common with 1325 North Adams it is just as close as any of the other addresses mentioned.   

                          Your analysis led you to a address that had 5 of the 6 correct numbers regardless of how many lexie digits matched.

                          RL

                          Thanks, Craig.

                          I see your point. I paid a nice visit to the neighbor. Hope some time in the future I will not mix houses. LOL.

                           

                          Adam

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                            Thanks, Craig.

                            I see your point. I paid a nice visit to the neighbor. Hope some time in the future I will not mix houses. LOL.

                             

                            Adam

                            I like your analogy Craig!

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                              Drawings updated through Sunday, July 26, 2015

                              Zip file to "Master" file.  Contains all the draw histories for Lottery games.

                              https://copy.com/nKOPCjQx6btOHoLz

                                 
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