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# WA State Match 4

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This game is fun but LP has no tools for it (Match 4).

Does anyone know where to find tools (not stats) like deflate, wheels and such?

Match four is not pick 4.  it has only 24 numbers... 1 through 24   That's it.

Todd!  I hope you read this!  We could use your help with this.

Thanks everyone

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if you watch out for

11 12_ 20-24

11 13_ 20-24

11 14 _20-24

11 15 _20-24

11 16_20-24

as these usually hit monthly, usually @  1-10th/20-30th..3rd/4th digits is what u have to master....none hit yet this month. hope this helped u out..backtest last 2yrs, you'll see

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This game is fun but LP has no tools for it (Match 4).

Does anyone know where to find tools (not stats) like deflate, wheels and such?

Match four is not pick 4.  it has only 24 numbers... 1 through 24   That's it.

Todd!  I hope you read this!  We could use your help with this.

Thanks everyone

So any combination of say 1234  can be match 4?

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So any combination of say 1234  can be match 4?

yes 01 through 24 with no repeat numbers such as doubles  or triples  as in pick 3 and pick4  etc.

There are 10,400 plus, possible combinations.....

My original question:  Does anyone know of tools for WA State Match4 game?

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yes 01 through 24 with no repeat numbers such as doubles  or triples  as in pick 3 and pick4  etc.

There are 10,400 plus, possible combinations.....

My original question:  Does anyone know of tools for WA State Match4 game?

Use  the concept of Prediction Interval,  each number becomes a reference variable. The assumption is all numbers moves  linearly, obviously you need a method to set in motion the assumption.   I have done ample test on this, you're in for big money, all depends on your interpretation of  the concept. Google this concept, do not dwell or bother yourself with the math or the equation part, focus more on the underlying principle.

Hint> Every member  of the pool falls within a  range, find those intervals.

Good luck

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This game is fun but LP has no tools for it (Match 4).

Does anyone know where to find tools (not stats) like deflate, wheels and such?

Match four is not pick 4.  it has only 24 numbers... 1 through 24   That's it.

Todd!  I hope you read this!  We could use your help with this.

Thanks everyone

The only , tools I know of here  on the LP. is the stats, and manual search of the past results, set it up like math problem then, search for results similar to present or last draw. This does put you in the ball park. Use a gauge method.  This is the way I got answers for the Wash. Match 4 Game. Hope this help.

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The only , tools I know of here  on the LP. is the stats, and manual search of the past results, set it up like math problem then, search for results similar to present or last draw. This does put you in the ball park. Use a gauge method.  This is the way I got answers for the Wash. Match 4 Game. Hope this help.

Good to hear from you CBR\$...  I use your method to best of what I understand.

Don't know about a gauge method,  any ideas how to do that.

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Good to hear from you CBR\$...  I use your method to best of what I understand.

Don't know about a gauge method,  any ideas how to do that.

I'm going to pm. you. I'll going to go step by step with you to get the results. I'll show you how to use this gauge method with just what available here on the L.P. It is the only method I've used to get the results you've been seeing on the prediction board it just take just a little more time, to do. I use the tools that are here on the LP, to my advantage. you can too. Any one can. This a case of "It work if you work it."

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Use  the concept of Prediction Interval,  each number becomes a reference variable. The assumption is all numbers moves  linearly, obviously you need a method to set in motion the assumption.   I have done ample test on this, you're in for big money, all depends on your interpretation of  the concept. Google this concept, do not dwell or bother yourself with the math or the equation part, focus more on the underlying principle.

Hint> Every member  of the pool falls within a  range, find those intervals.

Good luck

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I'm going to pm. you. I'll going to go step by step with you to get the results. I'll show you how to use this gauge method with just what available here on the L.P. It is the only method I've used to get the results you've been seeing on the prediction board it just take just a little more time, to do. I use the tools that are here on the LP, to my advantage. you can too. Any one can. This a case of "It work if you work it."

Thank you , I will watch for pm...  Have to run for few hours    be back

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I see draws without placement are posted in ascending order, is that the actual draw order? The current draw is 5-10-14-19, is this the actual draw order?  Would not change anything from simulation point, but  useless to infer from historical data.(referring to interval concept).

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I see draws without placement are posted in ascending order, is that the actual draw order? The current draw is 5-10-14-19, is this the actual draw order?  Would not change anything from simulation point, but  useless to infer from historical data.(referring to interval concept).

WA> P3> draw 620(20 March)> Using simple interval concept by simulation, you follow random !

Wed, Apr 29, 2015 Tue, Apr 28, 2015 Mon, Apr 27, 2015 Sun, Apr 26, 2015 Pick 3 Pick 4 Midday Evening Midday Evening 1-3-0 2-1-9 8-9-7 4-9-1 2-3-4 7-4-2 6-2-6 3-0-2 5-9-8 6-2-0

interval for 6>012345,  interval for 2>34567,   interval for 0>123456

620> 012345-34567-123456>>> 012-123-234-345-345-456-567-123-234-345-456> hit str 234

or filter draw/s 620,598> 134-347-134> 1347> 13-14-17> str 130    or filter next draw 742> final baseline is 13x

Draw>598

Int 5>6-7

Int 9>3-4-5-6-7-8

int 8>7-8-9-0-1

598> 6-7----3-4-5-6-7-8-----7-8-9-01>>> 345-456-678-789-890-901> box hit 897  or find baseline by filtering draw/s 598,302,626> 7-47-71> 74x-77x > hit str 742

draw 302> int3-int0-int2>89012-123456-012345> 890-901-012-123-234-345-456-012-123-234-345> str 234 or find baseline by filtering subsequent draw/s 302,626,742> 891-15-15> 8915> 89-81-85>str 897

draw 626> 6(2345)-2(78901234)-6(89012345)> 234-345-789-890-901-123-234-890-123-234-345>str 234, box 789   or find baseline by filtering draws 626,742,234> 5-8901-89015> 5-80-805  pending

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I see draws without placement are posted in ascending order, is that the actual draw order? The current draw is 5-10-14-19, is this the actual draw order?  Would not change anything from simulation point, but  useless to infer from historical data.(referring to interval concept).

I am new to this game, but assume however they are drawn whether 24 05 18 12... they are sorted to ascend order... doesn't seem logical any other way.

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play the 11 series, it very predictable...mark my word, MAY 2015 IS RIGHT AROUND THE CORNER.....estimated to hit; may1-10th/20-31st..

11 12 x 20-24...3rd position 13-19

11 13 x 20-24....14-19

11 14 x 20-24....15-19

11 15 x 20-24....16-19

11 16 x 20-24...16-19

11 17 x 20 24....18 -19......-played monthly on the dates noted

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WA> P3> draw 620(20 March)> Using simple interval concept by simulation, you follow random !

Wed, Apr 29, 2015 Tue, Apr 28, 2015 Mon, Apr 27, 2015 Sun, Apr 26, 2015 Pick 3 Pick 4 Midday Evening Midday Evening 1-3-0 2-1-9 8-9-7 4-9-1 2-3-4 7-4-2 6-2-6 3-0-2 5-9-8 6-2-0

interval for 6>012345,  interval for 2>34567,   interval for 0>123456

620> 012345-34567-123456>>> 012-123-234-345-345-456-567-123-234-345-456> hit str 234

or filter draw/s 620,598> 134-347-134> 1347> 13-14-17> str 130    or filter next draw 742> final baseline is 13x

Draw>598

Int 5>6-7

Int 9>3-4-5-6-7-8

int 8>7-8-9-0-1

598> 6-7----3-4-5-6-7-8-----7-8-9-01>>> 345-456-678-789-890-901> box hit 897  or find baseline by filtering draw/s 598,302,626> 7-47-71> 74x-77x > hit str 742

draw 302> int3-int0-int2>89012-123456-012345> 890-901-012-123-234-345-456-012-123-234-345> str 234 or find baseline by filtering subsequent draw/s 302,626,742> 891-15-15> 8915> 89-81-85>str 897

draw 626> 6(2345)-2(78901234)-6(89012345)> 234-345-789-890-901-123-234-890-123-234-345>str 234, box 789   or find baseline by filtering draws 626,742,234> 5-8901-89015> 5-80-805  pending

Okay, I kind of see cuz I do pick three for years but not this way..

Question, just starting to understand, bare with me...

how to get these numbers  "interval for 6>012345" --- ie 012345 for the digit 6 ?
Are they standard numbers for each digit like  a matrix for 0-9 digits?

I will digest what you have here and see if I can get it through my head.... then reply...

If this is excel stuff I would love to see working model.  then I could wrap head around how it comes together for match 4 too.

If not excel what would crunch the data or is this a paper deal (not that that's an issue)