Sweden Member #163407 January 29, 2015 1 Posts Offline

Posted: August 16, 2015, 8:59 am - IP Logged

Hi everybody.

This is my first post here so I believe the right way to start it is with a brief introduction. I am a professional web/intranet application developer since year 2000, living in Sweden. I started to play the lottery at the beginning of this year, playing the Swedish Lotto Wednesday and Lotto Saturday which are known here as "Lotto Onsdag" and "Lotto Lordag". Before I could actually play for the first time, I had to somehow figure out what numbers to play because I couldn't just play any numbers. I had to do some research and somehow find out what are the numbers/combinations that actually have a low probability of being drawn. Yes, just like many others here, I believe it is actually possible to eliminate a huge amount of combinations based on draw history.

So... in order to do my research I needed some tools and thought I'll develop some for myself. It all ended up in several months of (serious) work and I actually worked more on my system than played the lottery

At this point I believe the lotto analysis tools I developed reached a certain level and I would like to know what that level is. Also, I need to know if any of you, members of LotteryPost, think it's worth the time and energy to further develop and improve my system.

The most notable -- in my opinion -- tools inside my system are:

Lotto Tool - Charts & Stats

Database of 35 lotto games all over the world. This will obviously be increased if you guys think the system is worth further development.

Dual (number of occurrence & percentage) chart view of frequency for each number

General statistics such as

average sum

average sum of digits

average range

average gap

total consecutives of 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

total evens & total odds (number as well as percentage)

even odds ratio

Table view for any of the 35 lotto games where:

Table has a number of columns equal to the total numbers the selected lottery has in the pool

Drawn numbers are highlighted (you can customize the bg. color, text color, etc.)

Numbers range is being highlighted (border color and thickness can be customized)

Summary of consecutive numbers for each drawing

Repeat rate report

Neighbor numbers report

Evens/Odds report

How many times 6,5,4 or 3 of the drawn numbers have been drawn before

Sum of drawn numbers (in the form of a horizontal bar)

Sum of digits of which drawn numbers are made up (in the form of a horizontal bar)

Range of drawn numbers (in the form of a horizontal bar)

Largest gap (didn't know how else to call it) between the most distant two numbers of a given draw

The user can pretty much customize the view by changing colors as well as chaning the number of analyzed drawings

Lotto Tool - Numbers analyzer

This is where you can select any of the lotto games that exist in the database and analyze the numbers. Once the lotto game has been selected, a number of checkboxes show up where you can select the numbers you wish to analyze.

The tool will display valuable information about the selected numbers for the selected lotto game such as:

How many matches

Occurrence of each number for the selected number of drawings

Date when each number was last drawn

How many draws since every number was last drawn

etc...

Lotto Tool - Numbers generator

Probably the most complex tool from all I have developed. It can be used to generate combinations based on the analysis made with the other tools such as generate combinations of numbers that:

Have a sum between X and Y but not equal to A,B,C,...

Have a sum of digits between X and Y but not equal to A,B,C,...

Have a range between X and Y but not equal to A,B,C,...

Have the largest gap between X and Y but not equal to A,B,C,...

Use between X and Y numbers from the last (previous) draw

Each combination should have a min. of X evens and a min. of Y odds

Have between X and Y sets of 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 or 7 consecutives

5, 4 or 3 of each generated combinations should have been drawn between X times and Y times but not A,B,C,... times since the beginning of the selected lottery

5, 4 or 3 of each generated combinations should have been drawn between X times and Y times but not A,B,C,... times during the last N draws

Each combination should contain A,B,C,... numbers

NO combination should contain this or that numbers or combinations...

I velieve it's worth mentioning that the data you need to use the numbers generator is being provided by the other tools.

Alright... I just realized that's a lot of writing. There is more to it but I believe I covered what's more interesting about my system.

Since I am a new member I am not allowed to post links so if any of you is interested in seeing my system in action, please PM me and I'll be glad to direct you to it.

Any questions you may have, please don't hesitate to ask and I'll do my best to answer A.S.A.P.

bgonÃ§alves Brasil Member #92564 June 9, 2010 2122 Posts Offline

Posted: August 16, 2015, 9:54 am - IP Logged

hello, also all bigger numbers or all lower from the last draw, the largest example of 60/6 05,08 23,35,49 last 15 draw 08 10 17 28 39 52 the probability of double and trios of numbers have the chance to saie in certain positions in 60/6 or other lottery numbers 5.6. pattern odd / even 24,15,43,38, 4 conditions All 24 pairs (digits) 15 all odd and 43 the 1st digit is even 38 first digit is odd 2nd pair you have to do in topics and table asim seen aevoluçao of standards diagonally

New Mexico United States Member #86099 January 29, 2010 11117 Posts Offline

Posted: August 16, 2015, 2:15 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by LottoMatic on August 16, 2015

Hi everybody.

This is my first post here so I believe the right way to start it is with a brief introduction. I am a professional web/intranet application developer since year 2000, living in Sweden. I started to play the lottery at the beginning of this year, playing the Swedish Lotto Wednesday and Lotto Saturday which are known here as "Lotto Onsdag" and "Lotto Lordag". Before I could actually play for the first time, I had to somehow figure out what numbers to play because I couldn't just play any numbers. I had to do some research and somehow find out what are the numbers/combinations that actually have a low probability of being drawn. Yes, just like many others here, I believe it is actually possible to eliminate a huge amount of combinations based on draw history.

So... in order to do my research I needed some tools and thought I'll develop some for myself. It all ended up in several months of (serious) work and I actually worked more on my system than played the lottery

At this point I believe the lotto analysis tools I developed reached a certain level and I would like to know what that level is. Also, I need to know if any of you, members of LotteryPost, think it's worth the time and energy to further develop and improve my system.

The most notable -- in my opinion -- tools inside my system are:

Lotto Tool - Charts & Stats

Database of 35 lotto games all over the world. This will obviously be increased if you guys think the system is worth further development.

Dual (number of occurrence & percentage) chart view of frequency for each number

General statistics such as

average sum

average sum of digits

average range

average gap

total consecutives of 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

total evens & total odds (number as well as percentage)

even odds ratio

Table view for any of the 35 lotto games where:

Table has a number of columns equal to the total numbers the selected lottery has in the pool

Drawn numbers are highlighted (you can customize the bg. color, text color, etc.)

Numbers range is being highlighted (border color and thickness can be customized)

Summary of consecutive numbers for each drawing

Repeat rate report

Neighbor numbers report

Evens/Odds report

How many times 6,5,4 or 3 of the drawn numbers have been drawn before

Sum of drawn numbers (in the form of a horizontal bar)

Sum of digits of which drawn numbers are made up (in the form of a horizontal bar)

Range of drawn numbers (in the form of a horizontal bar)

Largest gap (didn't know how else to call it) between the most distant two numbers of a given draw

The user can pretty much customize the view by changing colors as well as chaning the number of analyzed drawings

Lotto Tool - Numbers analyzer

This is where you can select any of the lotto games that exist in the database and analyze the numbers. Once the lotto game has been selected, a number of checkboxes show up where you can select the numbers you wish to analyze.

The tool will display valuable information about the selected numbers for the selected lotto game such as:

How many matches

Occurrence of each number for the selected number of drawings

Date when each number was last drawn

How many draws since every number was last drawn

etc...

Lotto Tool - Numbers generator

Probably the most complex tool from all I have developed. It can be used to generate combinations based on the analysis made with the other tools such as generate combinations of numbers that:

Have a sum between X and Y but not equal to A,B,C,...

Have a sum of digits between X and Y but not equal to A,B,C,...

Have a range between X and Y but not equal to A,B,C,...

Have the largest gap between X and Y but not equal to A,B,C,...

Use between X and Y numbers from the last (previous) draw

Each combination should have a min. of X evens and a min. of Y odds

Have between X and Y sets of 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 or 7 consecutives

5, 4 or 3 of each generated combinations should have been drawn between X times and Y times but not A,B,C,... times since the beginning of the selected lottery

5, 4 or 3 of each generated combinations should have been drawn between X times and Y times but not A,B,C,... times during the last N draws

Each combination should contain A,B,C,... numbers

NO combination should contain this or that numbers or combinations...

I velieve it's worth mentioning that the data you need to use the numbers generator is being provided by the other tools.

Alright... I just realized that's a lot of writing. There is more to it but I believe I covered what's more interesting about my system.

Since I am a new member I am not allowed to post links so if any of you is interested in seeing my system in action, please PM me and I'll be glad to direct you to it.

Any questions you may have, please don't hesitate to ask and I'll do my best to answer A.S.A.P.

mid-Ohio United States Member #9 March 24, 2001 19821 Posts Offline

Posted: August 16, 2015, 2:35 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by LottoMatic on August 16, 2015

Hi everybody.

This is my first post here so I believe the right way to start it is with a brief introduction. I am a professional web/intranet application developer since year 2000, living in Sweden. I started to play the lottery at the beginning of this year, playing the Swedish Lotto Wednesday and Lotto Saturday which are known here as "Lotto Onsdag" and "Lotto Lordag". Before I could actually play for the first time, I had to somehow figure out what numbers to play because I couldn't just play any numbers. I had to do some research and somehow find out what are the numbers/combinations that actually have a low probability of being drawn. Yes, just like many others here, I believe it is actually possible to eliminate a huge amount of combinations based on draw history.

So... in order to do my research I needed some tools and thought I'll develop some for myself. It all ended up in several months of (serious) work and I actually worked more on my system than played the lottery

At this point I believe the lotto analysis tools I developed reached a certain level and I would like to know what that level is. Also, I need to know if any of you, members of LotteryPost, think it's worth the time and energy to further develop and improve my system.

The most notable -- in my opinion -- tools inside my system are:

Lotto Tool - Charts & Stats

Database of 35 lotto games all over the world. This will obviously be increased if you guys think the system is worth further development.

Dual (number of occurrence & percentage) chart view of frequency for each number

General statistics such as

average sum

average sum of digits

average range

average gap

total consecutives of 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

total evens & total odds (number as well as percentage)

even odds ratio

Table view for any of the 35 lotto games where:

Table has a number of columns equal to the total numbers the selected lottery has in the pool

Drawn numbers are highlighted (you can customize the bg. color, text color, etc.)

Numbers range is being highlighted (border color and thickness can be customized)

Summary of consecutive numbers for each drawing

Repeat rate report

Neighbor numbers report

Evens/Odds report

How many times 6,5,4 or 3 of the drawn numbers have been drawn before

Sum of drawn numbers (in the form of a horizontal bar)

Sum of digits of which drawn numbers are made up (in the form of a horizontal bar)

Range of drawn numbers (in the form of a horizontal bar)

Largest gap (didn't know how else to call it) between the most distant two numbers of a given draw

The user can pretty much customize the view by changing colors as well as chaning the number of analyzed drawings

Lotto Tool - Numbers analyzer

This is where you can select any of the lotto games that exist in the database and analyze the numbers. Once the lotto game has been selected, a number of checkboxes show up where you can select the numbers you wish to analyze.

The tool will display valuable information about the selected numbers for the selected lotto game such as:

How many matches

Occurrence of each number for the selected number of drawings

Date when each number was last drawn

How many draws since every number was last drawn

etc...

Lotto Tool - Numbers generator

Probably the most complex tool from all I have developed. It can be used to generate combinations based on the analysis made with the other tools such as generate combinations of numbers that:

Have a sum between X and Y but not equal to A,B,C,...

Have a sum of digits between X and Y but not equal to A,B,C,...

Have a range between X and Y but not equal to A,B,C,...

Have the largest gap between X and Y but not equal to A,B,C,...

Use between X and Y numbers from the last (previous) draw

Each combination should have a min. of X evens and a min. of Y odds

Have between X and Y sets of 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 or 7 consecutives

5, 4 or 3 of each generated combinations should have been drawn between X times and Y times but not A,B,C,... times since the beginning of the selected lottery

5, 4 or 3 of each generated combinations should have been drawn between X times and Y times but not A,B,C,... times during the last N draws

Each combination should contain A,B,C,... numbers

NO combination should contain this or that numbers or combinations...

I velieve it's worth mentioning that the data you need to use the numbers generator is being provided by the other tools.

Alright... I just realized that's a lot of writing. There is more to it but I believe I covered what's more interesting about my system.

Since I am a new member I am not allowed to post links so if any of you is interested in seeing my system in action, please PM me and I'll be glad to direct you to it.

Any questions you may have, please don't hesitate to ask and I'll do my best to answer A.S.A.P.

Sounds great and welcome to LP. If your system includes games played in the states maybe you can post some predictions and see how it works for those games. A lot of LP members have similar information but don't seem to be able to predict any winners. Good luck to you.

* you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket *

bgonÃ§alves Brasil Member #92564 June 9, 2010 2122 Posts Offline

Posted: August 16, 2015, 3:13 pm - IP Logged

Hello matic. The study of certain patterns or number or this is not the default It would be nice You could simulate and ensure accuracy in a single event but rather, and 5,10,20 sweepstakes Oe right estndo within it this good