Dallas,TX United States Member #152930 March 1, 2014 40 Posts Offline

Posted: October 8, 2015, 2:22 pm - IP Logged

Well, a Quick Pick won the $925,000 Texas 2-Step on 10-05-15. Congrats. But, there is something curious? interesting? about the winner - The address of the store and the zip code PLUS the Jackpot amount. Here is the info from Texas Lotto site:

$925,000 1 Winner

Where Sold:

Prize Level

Retailer Name

Retailer Address

Retailer City

Retailer Zip Code

Quick Pick

4 of 4 w/Bonus

BELTWAY GRILL SHELL

12725 S GESSNER

MISSOURI CITY

77489

Yes

Ok. 1. Look at the address. 12725, now look a bit harder. See anything?

Now, look at the Zip code. See it? If not, add up the numbers of both. 1-2-7-2-5 is 17, but if you add the Zip first 7-7-4-8-9 = 35, then use the Jackpot as a guide, where the numbers are the first (3), then 000. 1+2+7 + 25! = 35. Now, this is a regular occurrence with Texas Lotto. Now, if you use the no-repeat +1 for LIKE numbers, then 12725 would be 127 35. In my Lotto usage, 0=7 and 7=0, Ive found this to be uncannily accurate. I've always ascertained that there is something to do with the selling store's address, the Zip Code and the packet number. Almost always with a QPick.

Now, I also use the alt-value (in every one of my posts) where 9=4, 8=3 and 6=5. 7=0 and 0=7. For grins, look at this.

9+2+5 = 16 if nothing is changed. And, or using my theory, 4+2+5 = 11. If you apply this to the address, you get 1-2-0-3-5 = 11. That's one piece.

Then, the Zip - 77489 OR 00489 = 00435 (the 9 is 4 and 00434 = yep, 11. My point is this: ALL 3 numbers in the Where Sold Quick Pick info, with the 'alt-value' adjustments, the Jackpot, the address and the Zip all equal 11. Oh, address: 12035 = 11. And, if you simply use the $925K and the address 12725, not changing anything, 925,000 (925,000 is 925,708, where the 000 is 777 but no repeating or side-by-side numbers, then if you change the Jackpot to the 'alt-value' system I use, you will get 925,712 L>R = 26 and 12725 = 26. This is only giving value to the 000. Then, the Zip - 77489 is (if using same 7-0 logic, 01489 (first 7=0 and 2nd 7 =1, so 01489 is 01489 (9=4) so 01484 = 26. 1 can be 10, and my point is, there is some sort of similarity in where the Jackpot = the address and the zip BOTH.

Another item to view: Say you take away LIKE numbers in all three: 925,000 and address 12725, then LIKE's are 2 and 5. Then, 925,000 would be 9XX,XXX (removed 2,5 and 0) and in address, 12035 = 1XX3X (removed ONE 2 and 7,5) and 2nd 2 is a LIKE 2+1=3. So, in Jackpot, total is 9 or 4 and in address, 1+3 = 4. Will this work for the Zip? 01489 is 01489 or using alt-values, 01435 (9=4 and 4 has been used, so LIKE 4+1=5. End up with this for Zip: 00439, now back to jackpot 925,000 - the LIKE number is 9 and 0, so zip is XX43X and Jackpot is X25,XXX - and yep - BOTH = 7. With respect to the 77, it would be 77=00, the side-by-side 7s the 2nd 7 would be a '0' (as in 2nd 7) 77=00, so you would have 00439. Remember, you are removing LIKE numbers of each, so the result would be 925,000 = X25,XXX and zip 00489 would first be 00439 because 8=3, but because a 4 is used before the 9, the 9 would remain a 9 - if it was a 4, it would change to a 5. So, 00439, would be XX43X (removing the 9 and 0). Result? BOTH = 7.

The reason I'm showing this, is my opinion (belief) that there is a mathematical algorithm or logarithm that says the address, zip and Jackpot must all 'match-up' in some way with regard to the Lotto's equation, since it was a Quick Pick. Now, this can be carried further with the Jackpot, using the three 000s and I'm certain, the results would be the same. I am by no means verifying my theory, but I've noticed there DOES seem to be a correlation between winners and the selling store's address, zip, and when shown, the packet number. They all add up when you apply two simple concepts - alternative values and the side-by-side (no repeat in the line) numbers. Again, IMO, the very reason for alt-values is to make more added totals single digit numbers. Thus, making 7=0 and 9=4 etc.

I have some more PICK 3 (an actual system) that I'm going to post later today-tonight when I return (Dr. appt). THIS has worked for me in the last week and it involves the DRAW# with the two 6-digit numbers (one on left and one on right) and I will show you that buying ONE QP will give you enough info to calculate the winning numbers. In a simple summation, it's adding two numbers to get the first number, then moving L>R or R<L the # of moves of the last number added (ex: 12375, you find the largest number, then the two numbers that add up to, in this case, the 7). So, remove the 5 and 2. depending on which direction (this is EASILY figured out by the date, with each draw alternating R and L) say 12375, you know the largest # is the 7, so remove 2 and 5. Say in this case, the adding starts L>R on 1, you would go 1 to 3, 1+3=4. First number. Then you will move 3 moves (counting the first move ON the 3, so 3,7,skipping 5 back to 1 at beginning and THEN, to get the next number, you add the FIRST number, 4 with the total of 2nd number, another 4 (3+1). You get 8. Then, you reduce the 8 to the alt-value of 3, so re-add 4+3=7. Well, you are not done, So re-add 4+7=11.

I will show this in full - it is then checked with the two 6-digit numbers on the LR bottom of ticket. You get the next number by adding the first to second number, then to get last number, you add first, 2nd and last together, then if two digits, add together until you get ONE digit, then RE-ADD all three numbers - this is exactly where the 'alt-value' works. So, as a quick ex: if you have 4 then 2, then you get 3 for your last number? To get the actual third number, you add 4+2+3=9 and THAT is the third number for your Pick 3. I'll show this later. Gotta go. It works, friends. And, the best thing, is you (when removing the two digits in the DRAW number, you get the TOTAL for that Pick 3, so you will know if you have the right numbers!!!

Later, hope this helps, try it - but I will post an example where I won and show all of this. (also, 2-3 nights ago, I missed by one number, but did get the total of 4, which paid very good - once you KNOW the total, and it is a good paying low or high total? You can simply play 5-10-20 bucks on the total and come out great - but you should be able to add carefully and get all three numbers. Then play 3 EX/ANY in various order and you got it.

Cash Crown.

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Dallas, Texas United States Member #4549 May 2, 2004 1875 Posts Offline

Posted: October 8, 2015, 5:27 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by CashCrown on October 8, 2015

Well, a Quick Pick won the $925,000 Texas 2-Step on 10-05-15. Congrats. But, there is something curious? interesting? about the winner - The address of the store and the zip code PLUS the Jackpot amount. Here is the info from Texas Lotto site:

$925,000 1 Winner

Where Sold:

Prize Level

Retailer Name

Retailer Address

Retailer City

Retailer Zip Code

Quick Pick

4 of 4 w/Bonus

BELTWAY GRILL SHELL

12725 S GESSNER

MISSOURI CITY

77489

Yes

Ok. 1. Look at the address. 12725, now look a bit harder. See anything?

Now, look at the Zip code. See it? If not, add up the numbers of both. 1-2-7-2-5 is 17, but if you add the Zip first 7-7-4-8-9 = 35, then use the Jackpot as a guide, where the numbers are the first (3), then 000. 1+2+7 + 25! = 35. Now, this is a regular occurrence with Texas Lotto. Now, if you use the no-repeat +1 for LIKE numbers, then 12725 would be 127 35. In my Lotto usage, 0=7 and 7=0, Ive found this to be uncannily accurate. I've always ascertained that there is something to do with the selling store's address, the Zip Code and the packet number. Almost always with a QPick.

Now, I also use the alt-value (in every one of my posts) where 9=4, 8=3 and 6=5. 7=0 and 0=7. For grins, look at this.

9+2+5 = 16 if nothing is changed. And, or using my theory, 4+2+5 = 11. If you apply this to the address, you get 1-2-0-3-5 = 11. That's one piece.

Then, the Zip - 77489 OR 00489 = 00435 (the 9 is 4 and 00434 = yep, 11. My point is this: ALL 3 numbers in the Where Sold Quick Pick info, with the 'alt-value' adjustments, the Jackpot, the address and the Zip all equal 11. Oh, address: 12035 = 11. And, if you simply use the $925K and the address 12725, not changing anything, 925,000 (925,000 is 925,708, where the 000 is 777 but no repeating or side-by-side numbers, then if you change the Jackpot to the 'alt-value' system I use, you will get 925,712 L>R = 26 and 12725 = 26. This is only giving value to the 000. Then, the Zip - 77489 is (if using same 7-0 logic, 01489 (first 7=0 and 2nd 7 =1, so 01489 is 01489 (9=4) so 01484 = 26. 1 can be 10, and my point is, there is some sort of similarity in where the Jackpot = the address and the zip BOTH.

Another item to view: Say you take away LIKE numbers in all three: 925,000 and address 12725, then LIKE's are 2 and 5. Then, 925,000 would be 9XX,XXX (removed 2,5 and 0) and in address, 12035 = 1XX3X (removed ONE 2 and 7,5) and 2nd 2 is a LIKE 2+1=3. So, in Jackpot, total is 9 or 4 and in address, 1+3 = 4. Will this work for the Zip? 01489 is 01489 or using alt-values, 01435 (9=4 and 4 has been used, so LIKE 4+1=5. End up with this for Zip: 00439, now back to jackpot 925,000 - the LIKE number is 9 and 0, so zip is XX43X and Jackpot is X25,XXX - and yep - BOTH = 7. With respect to the 77, it would be 77=00, the side-by-side 7s the 2nd 7 would be a '0' (as in 2nd 7) 77=00, so you would have 00439. Remember, you are removing LIKE numbers of each, so the result would be 925,000 = X25,XXX and zip 00489 would first be 00439 because 8=3, but because a 4 is used before the 9, the 9 would remain a 9 - if it was a 4, it would change to a 5. So, 00439, would be XX43X (removing the 9 and 0). Result? BOTH = 7.

The reason I'm showing this, is my opinion (belief) that there is a mathematical algorithm or logarithm that says the address, zip and Jackpot must all 'match-up' in some way with regard to the Lotto's equation, since it was a Quick Pick. Now, this can be carried further with the Jackpot, using the three 000s and I'm certain, the results would be the same. I am by no means verifying my theory, but I've noticed there DOES seem to be a correlation between winners and the selling store's address, zip, and when shown, the packet number. They all add up when you apply two simple concepts - alternative values and the side-by-side (no repeat in the line) numbers. Again, IMO, the very reason for alt-values is to make more added totals single digit numbers. Thus, making 7=0 and 9=4 etc.

I have some more PICK 3 (an actual system) that I'm going to post later today-tonight when I return (Dr. appt). THIS has worked for me in the last week and it involves the DRAW# with the two 6-digit numbers (one on left and one on right) and I will show you that buying ONE QP will give you enough info to calculate the winning numbers. In a simple summation, it's adding two numbers to get the first number, then moving L>R or R<L the # of moves of the last number added (ex: 12375, you find the largest number, then the two numbers that add up to, in this case, the 7). So, remove the 5 and 2. depending on which direction (this is EASILY figured out by the date, with each draw alternating R and L) say 12375, you know the largest # is the 7, so remove 2 and 5. Say in this case, the adding starts L>R on 1, you would go 1 to 3, 1+3=4. First number. Then you will move 3 moves (counting the first move ON the 3, so 3,7,skipping 5 back to 1 at beginning and THEN, to get the next number, you add the FIRST number, 4 with the total of 2nd number, another 4 (3+1). You get 8. Then, you reduce the 8 to the alt-value of 3, so re-add 4+3=7. Well, you are not done, So re-add 4+7=11.

I will show this in full - it is then checked with the two 6-digit numbers on the LR bottom of ticket. You get the next number by adding the first to second number, then to get last number, you add first, 2nd and last together, then if two digits, add together until you get ONE digit, then RE-ADD all three numbers - this is exactly where the 'alt-value' works. So, as a quick ex: if you have 4 then 2, then you get 3 for your last number? To get the actual third number, you add 4+2+3=9 and THAT is the third number for your Pick 3. I'll show this later. Gotta go. It works, friends. And, the best thing, is you (when removing the two digits in the DRAW number, you get the TOTAL for that Pick 3, so you will know if you have the right numbers!!!

Later, hope this helps, try it - but I will post an example where I won and show all of this. (also, 2-3 nights ago, I missed by one number, but did get the total of 4, which paid very good - once you KNOW the total, and it is a good paying low or high total? You can simply play 5-10-20 bucks on the total and come out great - but you should be able to add carefully and get all three numbers. Then play 3 EX/ANY in various order and you got it.

Cash Crown.

All well and good AFTER THE FACT. Doesn't help much now unless....... all the winning tickets showed this same pattern.....or

you know the zip code and address that will win tonight? Or next week? That would be great.

Crap....looking at bills.

Gas bill is $18.25. So half of 18 = 9 +2+5 = 16!!!

The zip is 77849. Yep! You guessed it 35!!!!!!

And the transposed address 12305 = 11!!!!!

My new truck plates are 672......6+7-2 = 11!!!!!

This system is looking great!

Well it was. Electric bill ruined it $157.22. Equals 17.

Maybe if I add my phone number, subtract my SSN, multiply by my DL and add my address. And then we take that number and use it with the draw number on the ticket, divided by the number of tickets sold plus the store identifier and routing number.

Now wait. Only one more step. We divide all these numbers by Pi. Rearrange the order, get all the mirrors, and make wheels.

AFTER the fact, it don't help. Out on the highway you can find license plates that hit in Pick3 this week, maybe even Pick4. Population signs, highway numbers, mile markers, school bus numbers, billboards, etc. Go down any aisle in Kroger on Legacy and look through the expiration on the can goods, prices in the produce section, try the dairy and meat departments........

Yeah, it's nice, but how does that help predict future drawings?

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