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bobby623's avatar - abstract
San Angelo, Texas
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Posted: August 9, 2015, 1:12 pm - IP Logged

Substitution Works - Texas Lotto 6/54


I thought I would wave the Substitution flag one more time!

I evaluated the pertinent trend lines and generated the following 8 sets for the 0808 Texas Lotto drawing.
Integer distribution according to 8 Alpha Signatures in lieu of 17-integer wheel.

1.8.14.22.26.34
1.8.18.25.32.37 (2/6/$2)
1.12.18.26.42.49 (2/6/$2)
1.12.22.32.43.52
5.12.18.25.34.43
5.12.22.26.37.53
5.14.22.32.42.49 (2/6/$2)
8.25.34.42.49.53 (3/6/$13)

Winning combination: 8.21.33.37.42.49
 
Cost to play w/Extra - $16
Winnings: $19

Getting closer. Just a matter of time before my choices will match the ball machine output!!

    garyo1954's avatar - garyo
    Dallas, Texas
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    Posted: August 10, 2015, 12:06 am - IP Logged

    Substitution Works - Texas Lotto 6/54


    I thought I would wave the Substitution flag one more time!

    I evaluated the pertinent trend lines and generated the following 8 sets for the 0808 Texas Lotto drawing.
    Integer distribution according to 8 Alpha Signatures in lieu of 17-integer wheel.

    1.8.14.22.26.34
    1.8.18.25.32.37 (2/6/$2)
    1.12.18.26.42.49 (2/6/$2)
    1.12.22.32.43.52
    5.12.18.25.34.43
    5.12.22.26.37.53
    5.14.22.32.42.49 (2/6/$2)
    8.25.34.42.49.53 (3/6/$13)

    Winning combination: 8.21.33.37.42.49
     
    Cost to play w/Extra - $16
    Winnings: $19

    Getting closer. Just a matter of time before my choices will match the ball machine output!!

    You did good bobby!

    Congratulations!

    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!"

      bobby623's avatar - abstract
      San Angelo, Texas
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      Posted: August 10, 2015, 12:20 pm - IP Logged

      You did good bobby!

      Congratulations!

      Thanks, Gary
      A puny win for sure but thought I would give the skeptics something to think about.
      I have a fistful of winning tickets here on my desk, but, I'll not post them.
      You (generic) either believe substitution is worthwhile or you don't.
      My point is that trend analysis, as opposed to mathematical statistics, is a viable means of winning, small or large.
      Texas lotto is difficult game for system players.
      Unfortunately, I spent a lot of time and energy with the jackpot games only to finally realize that they
      are predators not meant to be won.
      All my work went to the landfill!
      Now, it's catch up time for the other games!
      I'm currently working on Daily 4 and Two-Step.
      Hope to have some good news to report soon.
      Actually, I was doing pretty good with Daily 4. Had a $2700 win, but, things went south after they added two drawings.
      I hate coming up with right integers, but for the wrong drawing!
      Just too many game variations.
      I'm sure you are finding Two-Step difficult, as I am.
      I get the impression you are expanding you attempts to win using the mathematical models.
      Good luck!
      Wow!
      Can't recall a summer that was as hot as this one is!
      Stay cool!!
      Bobby

        garyo1954's avatar - garyo
        Dallas, Texas
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        Posted: August 10, 2015, 3:25 pm - IP Logged

        Thanks, Gary
        A puny win for sure but thought I would give the skeptics something to think about.
        I have a fistful of winning tickets here on my desk, but, I'll not post them.
        You (generic) either believe substitution is worthwhile or you don't.
        My point is that trend analysis, as opposed to mathematical statistics, is a viable means of winning, small or large.
        Texas lotto is difficult game for system players.
        Unfortunately, I spent a lot of time and energy with the jackpot games only to finally realize that they
        are predators not meant to be won.
        All my work went to the landfill!
        Now, it's catch up time for the other games!
        I'm currently working on Daily 4 and Two-Step.
        Hope to have some good news to report soon.
        Actually, I was doing pretty good with Daily 4. Had a $2700 win, but, things went south after they added two drawings.
        I hate coming up with right integers, but for the wrong drawing!
        Just too many game variations.
        I'm sure you are finding Two-Step difficult, as I am.
        I get the impression you are expanding you attempts to win using the mathematical models.
        Good luck!
        Wow!
        Can't recall a summer that was as hot as this one is!
        Stay cool!!
        Bobby

        Bobby, I don't try to categorize what I do, I just do it. LOL Feel free to call it whatever you like.

        Since you introduced this I have thought about changing portions of where I track the pattern my Low, Middle, High. to an alpha system. Or made just adding it to see where it goes.

        I believe that given the chance people will explore more often than not. People here have more reason to look at at any and all ideas that get posted too.

        But most posts are about the Pick3 and Pick4 games and most of the questions and replies follow along. I'm never concerned with a post goes ignored. I do what I do and let people decide if its worth their time or not. I came to the conclusion a long time ago that there are more people reading and using the ideas posted that respond or question.

        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!"