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Hi,

here is something i use ( i have 1,2 and 3 on every position) :

1 - 2 1 3

2 - 3 2 1

3 - 1 3 2

4 - 3 1 2

5 - 1 2 3

6 - 2 3 1

7 - 2 1 2

8 - 3 2 2

9 - 1 3 3

0 - 2 1 1

Like in your example where you have all 3 numbers it usually when one number repeat 2 or 3 times then comes other two numbers. Follow number 3 and you can see that often after two times in a row comes 1 or 2.

You need only one repeat to eliminate some numbers :

04/18/15  150847   ---I---I121I---I---I---

04/17/15  061616   ---I---I111I---I---I---

here you have repeat number 1 on first position. Expect 2 or 3 in first position next time.

04/19/15  333526   ---I---I211I---I---I---

Voila. Number 2 on first position.

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lottoswe

On average around 50% of the step digits will repeat from the previous drawing and sometimes it's above 75%.

I coded the digits in the following way.  First the digits are sorted into 3 groups

Group (1) = [0-1-2]  Group (2) = [3-4-5-6] and Group (3) = [7-8-9]

The second value (1) = odd  and (2) = even

The third value (1) = lowest and (2) = highest

The step value  212 is converted in this manner.  2 means that the digit will come from Group (2).  The second

digit (1) means the the digit will be odd and the third value (2) = highest.

So.........

Step-1 set to (2)  reduces the possible digits to (3-4-5-6)

Step-2 set to (1) reduces to the possible odd digits to (3-5)

Step-3 set to (2) reduces to the highest value of the 2 remaining digits which is (5)

The digit value for the step-set (212) = 5

Step-set (112) is not used because there is only 1 odd digit in group (1).  Step-set (322) is also not used because

group (3) has only one even digit.    In other words if step-1 = (1) and step-2 = (1) then  step-3 has to be a (1).  If

step-1 = (3) and step-2 = (2) then step-3 must be a (1).

RL

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Another Tip.

When analyzing step-1, one should remember that (2) will always have the greatest number of shows

because it's a 4 digit group.  The exception to this is when the matrix being played has a low value for

the first lexie digit.  Mega-Millions along with many other games the first lexie digit is limited to (0 or 1).

With these sort of games, position-1,  Step-1 will only have one choice and so will step-3.  The only step

choices would be (111) or (121) so all you need to decide is step-2.  Also when position-1, step-set is

set to the highest value for the first lexie digit then the other position step-sets will be effected.

Example PowerBall 5-59 matrix = 5006386.

If position-1 step-set = (212) which is digit  (5) then positions 2 and 3 step-sets will both need to be set

to (121) which = digit (0)

Back to the tip.  When you are analyzing step-1 remember the group-2 will show the highest hit rate because

it has 1 more possible digit then group-1 or group-3.  When making the comparison between 1,2 or 3 in step-1

you should take this into account.

RL

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So.........

Step-1 set to (2)  reduces the possible digits to (3-4-5-6)

Step-2 set to (1) reduces to the possible odd digits to (3-5)

Step-3 set to (2) reduces to the highest value of the 2 remaining digits which is (5)

The digit value for the step-set (212) = 5

Thanks RL, this is the kind of tips we need. Things are becoming clear now! I have looked at CO-Cash5 and most of the digits that show up are [0-1-5-6-9]. Especially digits 0 & 1 [most times they come in doubles and triples]. It is just a matter of placing them in the correct order.

Go Broncos!

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I have a pick-3, pick-4 version that also has a version of the steps.  These steps are converted directly

from the game digits and not lexie conversion is needed.  I have started working on a version to release

here on LP but it will be a while.   I think a predictor for the p-3, p4 steps is also doable.

RL

Nice! When do we get this one?

Go Broncos!

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I have started on the code changes but need to work out a few problems that deal with the user

being able to load games.  I have all the databases for US games but right now it's set up just for

my state.  Most states have 4 daily games, 2 pick-3 and 2 pick-4 and it needs to load all four at the

same time.  I am a little limited on time right now so it could be a while but I am working on it as

time permits.

RL

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I have started on the code changes but need to work out a few problems that deal with the user

being able to load games.  I have all the databases for US games but right now it's set up just for

my state.  Most states have 4 daily games, 2 pick-3 and 2 pick-4 and it needs to load all four at the

same time.  I am a little limited on time right now so it could be a while but I am working on it as

time permits.

RL

Hi, RL:

Great job!!!

However, could you design a Data Inputer which is similar to Lottery Updater of Smart Luck (GH)?

If so , we can update the databases easily.

Best regards.

lb

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• Saying a Lotto System Works means that we can win constantly (not each draw)  and economically (get a real profit) by using the System.
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Here is a list of mega millions step values for all eight

positions.  The red digits indicates when a value repeated

from the last drawing.

Position 1

111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111
112222212222212212222221211121212221121212221211222221221221
111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111

Position 2
211223311233323211222231212232311121212213312222332122311111
212122121211221211112212222112122112221121222122111111122222
212211121221121211212122112222212111222111122112121121222222

Position 3
122223223321212322333123331133312123312122222121321213211332
212121111222222211121211122221222211121211122222222221112122
111122112112112121211212211211121222212211122211112212211211

position 4
232321322123213111333211113122332321331323223213122322213112
121121211211212122111222212222112121111221221111121111122111
211111122212111112222222211221121111121121122211122222211112

Position 5
132122212122331332121113211231113232332132312112212122322212
111221111112221222112222222212122212212211212221122111111121
111211112121111112112121211121111221122121112222121122122212

Position 6
113313332121331212132123313121233312323223223233221133223331
212111111111111221122111122112112122111221111211122211121112
111112112111221221112112121121211211121222222122112222111211

Position 7
112211322322212233132212123221133211113211233212211333223313
221222221112112122122111221222211112122111222221112122211221
111121111222111211112211212121222212111111111122112211122122

Position 8

212333322113231223321113121323221332221123321322313212312323
122122111111122212212112111121222112212221122112221221122111
222111212112211221122111111212212212122111222121112211111122

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lottoswe

On average around 50% of the step digits will repeat from the previous drawing and sometimes it's above 75%.

I coded the digits in the following way.  First the digits are sorted into 3 groups

Group (1) = [0-1-2]  Group (2) = [3-4-5-6] and Group (3) = [7-8-9]

The second value (1) = odd  and (2) = even

The third value (1) = lowest and (2) = highest

The step value  212 is converted in this manner.  2 means that the digit will come from Group (2).  The second

digit (1) means the the digit will be odd and the third value (2) = highest.

So.........

Step-1 set to (2)  reduces the possible digits to (3-4-5-6)

Step-2 set to (1) reduces to the possible odd digits to (3-5)

Step-3 set to (2) reduces to the highest value of the 2 remaining digits which is (5)

The digit value for the step-set (212) = 5

Step-set (112) is not used because there is only 1 odd digit in group (1).  Step-set (322) is also not used because

group (3) has only one even digit.    In other words if step-1 = (1) and step-2 = (1) then  step-3 has to be a (1).  If

step-1 = (3) and step-2 = (2) then step-3 must be a (1).

RL

Rl, Have you experimented with using this theory on other filters? For instance, LDS, Rts?

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Bob

Yup, I have applied it to just about everything.   All my predictors use steps as it can be applied to any data platform.

I know there has to be a solution, just have to find it.  I don't think it will be a every day or even once a month sort of

predictor, at least for not for the number games but it should provide the short path to a JP win even playing as little

as 1 line.

I have been working on it for a couple years now and the process is slow but I am making a little progress.  Sometimes

I get frustrated when things go backwards but I always come back and start crunching the data again.  It's not too

hard to get up to around the 85% hit level but anything above that is another story.

P.S.

I had a dream last night where  I won a lottery and it was so real that it took a while after I woke up to realize that it

was a only a dream, LOL.  Maybe I should take some time off.

RL

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Bob

Yup, I have applied it to just about everything.   All my predictors use steps as it can be applied to any data platform.

I know there has to be a solution, just have to find it.  I don't think it will be a every day or even once a month sort of

predictor, at least for not for the number games but it should provide the short path to a JP win even playing as little

as 1 line.

I have been working on it for a couple years now and the process is slow but I am making a little progress.  Sometimes

I get frustrated when things go backwards but I always come back and start crunching the data again.  It's not too

hard to get up to around the 85% hit level but anything above that is another story.

P.S.

I had a dream last night where  I won a lottery and it was so real that it took a while after I woke up to realize that it

was a only a dream, LOL.  Maybe I should take some time off.

RL

You never know what may come to you, one night in a dream. Edison was one of the most intelligent men in the world. I guarantee you, some of his inventions appeared in dreams.

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Here is another tip for tonight's MM drawing,  many times we may not be able to decide on a value for the

first lexie digit for games like MM where the first digit will be either 0 or 1.  You can leave the first digit blank in

the convert cell and fill in the rest and then click [run] which will produce 2 lines.  One line's first lexie digit will

be 0 and the second will be 1.  [Conv] cell = _2583246 will produce sets 03 10 39 46 61 and 17 35 49 66 73.

If you were to leave another cell blank along with the first then the program will produce 20 lines.

P.S. The values used here were selected at random.

[Conv] cell = _25_3246 = 20 lines.

03 09 10 55 65
03 09 16 23 30
03 09 22 45 56
03 09 31 39 69
03 09 46 54 59
03 10 14 19 45
03 10 20 24 25
03 10 27 52 64
03 10 39 46 61
03 11 13 22 49
17 29 34 56 63
17 29 57 68 69
17 30 43 63 68
17 31 38 43 64
17 32 35 37 40
17 32 59 64 72
17 33 51 63 67
17 34 49 57 70
17 35 49 66 73
17 36 52 71 75

RL

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Here is a printout that I sometimes use for a pen and paper workouts.

You can copy and paste this into notepad and then print it out.  I set

the font to 12 so that it prints as shown here.  This is for mega millions

04/24/15 drawing.

step1
pos-1 __ 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111
pos-2 __ 211223311233323211222231212232311121212213312222332122311111
pos-3 __ 122223223321212322333123331133312123312122222121321213211332
pos-4 __ 232321322123213111333211113122332321331323223213122322213112
pos-5 __ 132122212122331332121113211231113232332132312112212122322212
pos-6 __ 113313332121331212132123313121233312323223223233221133223331
pos-7 __ 112211322322212233132212123221133211113211233212211333223313
pos-8 __ 212333322113231223321113121323221332221123321322313212312323

Step2
pos-1 __ 112222212222212212222221211121212221121212221211222221221221
pos-2 __ 212122121211221211112212222112122112221121222122111111122222
pos-3 __ 212121111222222211121211122221222211121211122222222221112122
pos-4 __ 121121211211212122111222212222112121111221221111121111122111
pos-5 __ 111221111112221222112222222212122212212211212221122111111121
pos-6 __ 212111111111111221122111122112112122111221111211122211121112
pos-7 __ 221222221112112122122111221222211112122111222221112122211221
pos-8 __ 122122111111122212212112111121222112212221122112221221122111

Step3
pos-1 __ 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111
pos-2 __ 212211121221121211212122112222212111222111122112121121222222
pos-3 __ 111122112112112121211212211211121222212211122211112212211211
pos-4 __ 211111122212111112222222211221121111121121122211122222211112
pos-5 __ 111211112121111112112121211121111221122121112222121122122212
pos-6 __ 111112112111221221112112121121211211121222222122112222111211
pos-7 __ 111121111222111211112211212121222212111111111122112211122122
pos-8 __ 222111212112211221122111111212212212122111222121112211111122

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Anyone do any good on MM.  I played one line and managed exact hits for 3 position, missed one digit on 3 others

and the remaining 2 I only got one digit right.

RL

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Had one correct on MM on line line. Tonight I'm going to do as you suggest, Choose then come back an hour later and throw those out and use different settings.

Get'er done.

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