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Posted: August 19, 2015, 6:27 am - IP Logged

You did do well. But.....you do realize that a QP in Corpus won it, right?

Your point?

Stay In The Vortex, you'll be happy you did ..... Random? Seriously? You want me to believe that?

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    Your point?

    I picked my own numbers too, played 5 lines. Had 3 out 4 but not on the same line and missed on the bonus ball. Point being, after going thru the time to pick my own numbers, a QP won it. Luck with a QP trumped all of us. LOL.

    CAN'T WIN IF YOU'RE NOT IN

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      Morning!

      Ready for some anguish, total confusion and fun blown lunatic programming? (Thought you might be) Please do not blame me if your mind can't handle the crazy. Just wait to the next full moon to come back and have second look.

      WARNING! Will Robinson you WILL need coffee.....LOTS of coffee. Three/Four pots would be a good start.

      Skyline mentioned his system involved tracking patterns and Even/Odd, Up/Down. I took the liberty (not knowing what his tracking system is) of putting together a method of tracking the BACK DIGIT patterns for Texas 2Step.

      Its in its infancy so there are a lot things that can be cleaned up, done differently, maybe omitted, plus it still needs the Even/Odd breakdowns and patterns included. Keep in mind this is only for the BACK DIGITS.

      At this point I don't have a complete chart. This was test run. Lotta new headings too.

      Reading across Month, Date, Year, N1 - BB is the winning set, then come Sum. Sum is the sum of the BACK DIGITS. 

      Next we have a column U/D, (up/down) tracks whether the sum is going up or going down. The first sum is 14, the second sum is 11. The -3 under U/D column tells us the sum went down by 3. Next sum is 23. The U/D is 12. 11+12 = 23. Then 23 repeats and we see 0 in the U/D column.

      The columns after U/D....RP1, RP2, RP3, RP4 track repeating back digits by position. The results will always be 0 or 1 in those boxes. In our first draw we have 10 and 13 in the red box. In the second box we have 23 and 30.

      Under RP2 and RP3 (in the red box) we see we have back digit repeats in the second and third position. In the nbr section, we see that 3 and 0 hit in the second and third position. (yeah, may change that non repeat 0 to a placeholder like * or - to keep the confusion down a tad.

      the 3 in the red box (23) repeats back to the first and last position as you see in the blue boxes. Then the 3 and 8 repeat back in the second and third positions shown by the green box. AS long as you keep reminding yourself this is all about BACK DIGITS you'll be fine.

      Now comes the L1$-L4$ (yeah, we need a name for this booger). Remember BACK DIGITS only.

      Look again at your N1 thru BB columns. Unber N1 in the first row we have 9. The N1 following that is 4. Since 4 is less than 9 under the L1$ we see "L" to show the first digit was lower than the first digit in the previous draw.

      Under N2 we have 10 and 23 but we're only dealing with back digits and since 3 is higher than 0, L2$ reflects an "H"  telling us the back digit went higher. By using the up1  thru up4 columns we can see by how much back digits change in each position. (SA is for SAME AS in the L1$ thru L4$ columns)

      Need coffee yet? I do. Anybody want to share?

      Yeah, still a lot more to be done. Haven't implemented the Even/Odd yet, (should be a snap after this).

      *There is no bonus ball tracking at this point either.

      Have fun!

      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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        BTW, just noticed the date wasn't rolling over with the next draw. Dumb mistake on my part.

        Easy to fix.

        Forgive my oversight.

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          Gary

          I wrote a very similar program back about 10 years ago.  I even used the same style of coding the digits.

          I will dig around and see if I can find it and post a few pics.  What I ended up doing was adding it as a

          filter in another program where I could set ranges for each digit.  Not sure why I stopped using it but most

          likely it was due to the analysis time required to properly set it.  It's a good idea I think.

          RL

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            I gave up looking, I loaded 3-cd's onto a flash drive, had to change the attributes because when copied to a CD

            they were all set to read only.  Thousands of files.  After just a few minutes I gave up.  Below is a pic of the files

            in just one old lottery program from around the year 1999 or 2000.  There are over 100 exe files, lol.  Back then 

            I could only compile code up to 64K using basic.  What was I thinking?

            And the surprise is they still work.  I use to tell people I have written 100's of lottery programs over the years, after going

            through the 3 CD's I think I should add another zero.

            RL

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              Morning!

              Ready for some anguish, total confusion and fun blown lunatic programming? (Thought you might be) Please do not blame me if your mind can't handle the crazy. Just wait to the next full moon to come back and have second look.

              WARNING! Will Robinson you WILL need coffee.....LOTS of coffee. Three/Four pots would be a good start.

              Skyline mentioned his system involved tracking patterns and Even/Odd, Up/Down. I took the liberty (not knowing what his tracking system is) of putting together a method of tracking the BACK DIGIT patterns for Texas 2Step.

              Its in its infancy so there are a lot things that can be cleaned up, done differently, maybe omitted, plus it still needs the Even/Odd breakdowns and patterns included. Keep in mind this is only for the BACK DIGITS.

              At this point I don't have a complete chart. This was test run. Lotta new headings too.

              Reading across Month, Date, Year, N1 - BB is the winning set, then come Sum. Sum is the sum of the BACK DIGITS. 

              Next we have a column U/D, (up/down) tracks whether the sum is going up or going down. The first sum is 14, the second sum is 11. The -3 under U/D column tells us the sum went down by 3. Next sum is 23. The U/D is 12. 11+12 = 23. Then 23 repeats and we see 0 in the U/D column.

              The columns after U/D....RP1, RP2, RP3, RP4 track repeating back digits by position. The results will always be 0 or 1 in those boxes. In our first draw we have 10 and 13 in the red box. In the second box we have 23 and 30.

              Under RP2 and RP3 (in the red box) we see we have back digit repeats in the second and third position. In the nbr section, we see that 3 and 0 hit in the second and third position. (yeah, may change that non repeat 0 to a placeholder like * or - to keep the confusion down a tad.

              the 3 in the red box (23) repeats back to the first and last position as you see in the blue boxes. Then the 3 and 8 repeat back in the second and third positions shown by the green box. AS long as you keep reminding yourself this is all about BACK DIGITS you'll be fine.

              Now comes the L1$-L4$ (yeah, we need a name for this booger). Remember BACK DIGITS only.

              Look again at your N1 thru BB columns. Unber N1 in the first row we have 9. The N1 following that is 4. Since 4 is less than 9 under the L1$ we see "L" to show the first digit was lower than the first digit in the previous draw.

              Under N2 we have 10 and 23 but we're only dealing with back digits and since 3 is higher than 0, L2$ reflects an "H"  telling us the back digit went higher. By using the up1  thru up4 columns we can see by how much back digits change in each position. (SA is for SAME AS in the L1$ thru L4$ columns)

              Need coffee yet? I do. Anybody want to share?

              Yeah, still a lot more to be done. Haven't implemented the Even/Odd yet, (should be a snap after this).

              *There is no bonus ball tracking at this point either.

              Have fun!

              I wrote a program some years back that does something similar.  It looks at the last drawing and checked which numbers followed its numbers in previous drawings going in the same direction. 

              For example Ohio's Classic Lotto(6/49) Monday's results were 08/17/15 - 13 33 37 41 44 49 and all the numbers were higher than the six numbers in the previous drawings in the same position so the program would give me these 43 numbers to put into my positional RNG to pick some combinations.

              [CP = 43]
              13-COL 1 = 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 11 12 13
              33-COL 2 = 3 6 16 26 27 33
              37-COL 3 = 11 12 16 20 23 26 28 29 37
              41-COL 4 = 19 20 21 24 26 27 28 29 30 31 35 41
              44-COL 5 = 13 19 21 24 25 26 28 29 30 31 32 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44
              49-COL 6 = 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 

              I've since wrote a program that look at past results and concludes if all the numbers are in this group only three are likely to be in their assigned positions so now I accept combinations with three or more numbers in their assigned position that have never matched more than four in previous drawings.

              I posted 10 lines I picked on the prediction board to see what happens. 

               * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy winning ones * 
                 
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                I wrote a program some years back that does something similar.  It looks at the last drawing and checked which numbers followed its numbers in previous drawings going in the same direction. 

                For example Ohio's Classic Lotto(6/49) Monday's results were 08/17/15 - 13 33 37 41 44 49 and all the numbers were higher than the six numbers in the previous drawings in the same position so the program would give me these 43 numbers to put into my positional RNG to pick some combinations.

                [CP = 43]
                13-COL 1 = 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 11 12 13
                33-COL 2 = 3 6 16 26 27 33
                37-COL 3 = 11 12 16 20 23 26 28 29 37
                41-COL 4 = 19 20 21 24 26 27 28 29 30 31 35 41
                44-COL 5 = 13 19 21 24 25 26 28 29 30 31 32 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44
                49-COL 6 = 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 

                I've since wrote a program that look at past results and concludes if all the numbers are in this group only three are likely to be in their assigned positions so now I accept combinations with three or more numbers in their assigned position that have never matched more than four in previous drawings.

                I posted 10 lines I picked on the prediction board to see what happens. 

                RJOhOhioClassic Lotto3 of 606-19-26-31-34-3902-06-17-19-22-34$5

                Maybe better luck next time.

                Tonight's winning numbers 08/19/15 - 02 06 17 19 22 34

                [CP = 43]
                13-COL 1 = 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 11 12 13
                33-COL 2 = 3 6 16 26 27 33
                37-COL 3 = 11 12 16 20 23 26 28 29 37                        *17
                41-COL 4 = 19 20 21 24 26 27 28 29 30 31 35 41
                44-COL 5 = 13 19 21 24 25 26 28 29 30 31 32 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44    *22
                49-COL 6 = 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 

                * Even the numbers missed were within range

                 * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy winning ones * 
                   
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                  I gave up looking, I loaded 3-cd's onto a flash drive, had to change the attributes because when copied to a CD

                  they were all set to read only.  Thousands of files.  After just a few minutes I gave up.  Below is a pic of the files

                  in just one old lottery program from around the year 1999 or 2000.  There are over 100 exe files, lol.  Back then 

                  I could only compile code up to 64K using basic.  What was I thinking?

                  And the surprise is they still work.  I use to tell people I have written 100's of lottery programs over the years, after going

                  through the 3 CD's I think I should add another zero.

                  RL

                  LOL RL!

                  Send me that disk! I'll find out what's on it and report back.

                  (Actually makes me want to dig through the CDs here and see what I've got)

                  Was hoping you'd find that program. It would be great to see what you did, maybe put everything together and find what we're missing (if anything).

                  Added a few columns for High/Low then had to get up and get my day started for real.

                  Found another dummy mistake while getting total counts....

                  .

                  Kept seeing blocks of numbers that never changed. Have to go back and add the code for the three Lows and one High combinations to get all this straight.

                  Then get started on the Even/Odd breakdowns.

                  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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                    I wrote a program some years back that does something similar.  It looks at the last drawing and checked which numbers followed its numbers in previous drawings going in the same direction. 

                    For example Ohio's Classic Lotto(6/49) Monday's results were 08/17/15 - 13 33 37 41 44 49 and all the numbers were higher than the six numbers in the previous drawings in the same position so the program would give me these 43 numbers to put into my positional RNG to pick some combinations.

                    [CP = 43]
                    13-COL 1 = 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 11 12 13
                    33-COL 2 = 3 6 16 26 27 33
                    37-COL 3 = 11 12 16 20 23 26 28 29 37
                    41-COL 4 = 19 20 21 24 26 27 28 29 30 31 35 41
                    44-COL 5 = 13 19 21 24 25 26 28 29 30 31 32 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44
                    49-COL 6 = 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 

                    I've since wrote a program that look at past results and concludes if all the numbers are in this group only three are likely to be in their assigned positions so now I accept combinations with three or more numbers in their assigned position that have never matched more than four in previous drawings.

                    I posted 10 lines I picked on the prediction board to see what happens. 

                    RJOH,

                    Looks like you got something to work with there. And another good idea to work on for 2Step! 

                    Have to start taking notes. Nah, no notes.

                    If my son came in and happened on these half dozen graph pages, he'd commit me straight away.

                    How many people keep page after page of "Combo Alpha Pattern, "Count If "A" > "C", and HHLL, HLHL, EOOE, OEOE, and N1=K?

                    Think I'll get a folder, put all this stuff in it and stamp it TOP SECRET - MAJESTIC 12 ONLY.

                    Then leave it a the Chinese restaurant.

                    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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                      I wrote a program some years back that does something similar.  It looks at the last drawing and checked which numbers followed its numbers in previous drawings going in the same direction. 

                      For example Ohio's Classic Lotto(6/49) Monday's results were 08/17/15 - 13 33 37 41 44 49 and all the numbers were higher than the six numbers in the previous drawings in the same position so the program would give me these 43 numbers to put into my positional RNG to pick some combinations.

                      [CP = 43]
                      13-COL 1 = 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 11 12 13
                      33-COL 2 = 3 6 16 26 27 33
                      37-COL 3 = 11 12 16 20 23 26 28 29 37
                      41-COL 4 = 19 20 21 24 26 27 28 29 30 31 35 41
                      44-COL 5 = 13 19 21 24 25 26 28 29 30 31 32 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44
                      49-COL 6 = 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 

                      I've since wrote a program that look at past results and concludes if all the numbers are in this group only three are likely to be in their assigned positions so now I accept combinations with three or more numbers in their assigned position that have never matched more than four in previous drawings.

                      I posted 10 lines I picked on the prediction board to see what happens. 

                      RJ, I had a quick look at the Canadian 6/49.

                      There are definitely patterns there!  I found 29% were 6U/0D or 0U/6D and another 29% were 5U/1D or 1U/5D.  In the 1/5 condition the one that didn't conform was usually the lowest or highest number.

                      Also, when 6/0, 0/6 happens it is often followed in the next draw by another 6/0, often the opposite.  Sounds like Newton's Third Law!

                      But, yeah, even if you KNOW that your next number will be UP, there is often a lot of space to fill.  Even if you set fairly tight variance limits around the mean you will still end up with quite a few numbers for each position.

                      "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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                        RJ, I had a quick look at the Canadian 6/49.

                        There are definitely patterns there!  I found 29% were 6U/0D or 0U/6D and another 29% were 5U/1D or 1U/5D.  In the 1/5 condition the one that didn't conform was usually the lowest or highest number.

                        Also, when 6/0, 0/6 happens it is often followed in the next draw by another 6/0, often the opposite.  Sounds like Newton's Third Law!

                        But, yeah, even if you KNOW that your next number will be UP, there is often a lot of space to fill.  Even if you set fairly tight variance limits around the mean you will still end up with quite a few numbers for each position.

                        Good morning Tia! No wonder you are known as the lottery detective! Forgive the lower case, I'm laying in dialysis typing one handed on a tablet. Not something you see everyday.

                        You've given lots to think about for the next four hours. Or until I doze off, whichever comes first.

                        Thanks!

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                          RJ, I had a quick look at the Canadian 6/49.

                          There are definitely patterns there!  I found 29% were 6U/0D or 0U/6D and another 29% were 5U/1D or 1U/5D.  In the 1/5 condition the one that didn't conform was usually the lowest or highest number.

                          Also, when 6/0, 0/6 happens it is often followed in the next draw by another 6/0, often the opposite.  Sounds like Newton's Third Law!

                          But, yeah, even if you KNOW that your next number will be UP, there is often a lot of space to fill.  Even if you set fairly tight variance limits around the mean you will still end up with quite a few numbers for each position.

                          Even when you have a program that give you an idea of what the winning numbers might look like, you still have to be lucky and have timing. 

                          I should have waited until the list was about 30 numbers or smaller for that demonstration but I wanted to go in real time to show real results. 

                          The 5/75 matrix of MM has had one particular pattern that has stood out but with only 190 drawings there isn't enough history to take advantage of it.

                           * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy winning ones * 
                             
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                            Think I'll get a folder, put all this stuff in it and stamp it TOP SECRET - MAJESTIC 12 ONLY.

                             

                            LOL That's the perfect name Garyo.

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                              Even when you have a program that give you an idea of what the winning numbers might look like, you still have to be lucky and have timing. 

                              I should have waited until the list was about 30 numbers or smaller for that demonstration but I wanted to go in real time to show real results. 

                              The 5/75 matrix of MM has had one particular pattern that has stood out but with only 190 drawings there isn't enough history to take advantage of it.

                              I Agree!

                               

                              Luck and timing and for me I have to learn to have patience and stop self doubting myself and learn to follow my gut instinct. MM I play every week I just laugh after the drawings because sometimes it draws number That I don't even look or notice during my studies it always throws a curve ball. 

                              Tia gave me an idea about a new chart.

                                 
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