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# Learning about Strings

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So what do you do with your string?

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I string letters to call them words.

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So what do you do with your string?

I either play them or exclude them depending on the length of time the string has been running.  For example, for a 4 digit string the 75th percentile falls at 25 games, so if the string has been running for less than 25 games I will consider those digits for play (strings being only one factor in the decision).

If a 4-digit string gets beyond 25 games, I start eyeing it to break.  Other than the time span of the string I also compare 4, 3 and 2 digit strings which often include some of the same digits to see if they are getting old.

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I either play them or exclude them depending on the length of time the string has been running.  For example, for a 4 digit string the 75th percentile falls at 25 games, so if the string has been running for less than 25 games I will consider those digits for play (strings being only one factor in the decision).

If a 4-digit string gets beyond 25 games, I start eyeing it to break.  Other than the time span of the string I also compare 4, 3 and 2 digit strings which often include some of the same digits to see if they are getting old.

Follow her advice, they don't call her the "Lottery Detective", for no reason!!! AllenB, another tip, using Lotsoft. Load the ShortSums table in Lotsoft, with 3 years worth of draws. In the vertical yellow bar, enter the missing digits of a 6-digit string, check the Perform Action On Straight Shortsums also. The remaining combos will be the unhit combos for those 4 digits in 3 years. What do you show for Ca. Mid's longest running 6-digit string and I will show you an example.

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allen; Mass. is ball drawn state if you would like to try and come up with a shot on the front 3. thanks
maybe use it as an example.

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Thank you so much for this advice.  It is the direction I am going.  I have started with 6 Strings and plan on looking at 5,4,3 and maybe 2 strings also.  The main reason I have not tried LotSoft yet, I am almost done with my workout.  When I finish it I will go to Lotsoft to look for comparisons and probably find most of the same things done already.

So here is where I am right now.  I have a worksheet that Shows all 210 possible 6String Combination (taken from the StringAnalizer Workbook.  I list the games in descending order in left hand columns, list the strings at the top of columns to the right.  Using Match Commands with indirect addresses A matrix of hits for each string is displayed.  Breaks are Zero counts for a string and are color highlighted.  Listing the strings left to right in descending order of the length of it's current run taken from the StringAnalizer.  The matrix shows the history of each string. Zooming out So that the numbers become unreadable Shows some interesting patterns.  Zooming back in I can see the the order in which the string numbers formed again, count the number of games it took to reform, count the hits for stringers and breakers while the string forms and after formation.

The matrix show strings that get stuck in a pattern of breaking before forming again.  These string may be the ones to focus on.  Finding any common breakers in these strings could be important.

I have not done the math yet, but; in each game a fixed number of strings must break.  Anyone know that number?

At this point it feel like I found a vault full of calculations.  I am running around grabbing as many as I can, most will be worthless; but, if any show consistent patterns I will use them to form a pick system. I just have not had time to do the analysis yet.  The data for the system is California Daily 3; but; it is constructed to allow any game data to be used.  I will attach pdf files showing the Matrix and calculations for CA in the next few days.

I need some feedback and would appreciate any suggestions.

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Anything on Florida?  You must be pretty busy with all the requests, but if you can would appreciate some

Florida forsight.

thanks

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Longest out 6 digits (unmatched only - 20 box combinations) strings for today:

Mor & Mid6 digits
Sg3
CA2013679-69
NC2025678-63
045678-63
012357-70
SC2123579-61

Eve & Ngt6 digits
Sg3
CA4012369-72

Combined6 digits
Sg3
DE5234569-61
IL5023456-77
PR5123679-80

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Longest out 3 digits string (wheel) where "2 or 3 of 3" unmatched or "2 of 2 (both)" digits in doubles have not been drown for "-xx" number of draws:

Mor & Mid3 digits
Sg23 Db2
MD2045-45
NC2257-45

Eve & Ngt3 digits
Sg23 Db2
FL4356-50
ID4124-45
IL4346-43
456-44
026-50
NE4238-42
SC4156-43
168-46

Combined3 digits
Sg23 Db2
DE5235-45
FL5256-41
IL5345-41
367-51
346-77
MI5034-50
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10/24/15

There is a string, 0,1,2,5,7,8 at 86 draws. If you were to use the missing digits 3,4,6,9 and run them through Lotsoft's Shortsums table. These are the unhit sum 15 straight combos in last 5 years.

159, 249, 384, 474, 546, 636, 654, 672, 744, 816, 834

I played the dbls as combos, the others straight.

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10/24/15

There is a string, 0,1,2,5,7,8 at 86 draws. If you were to use the missing digits 3,4,6,9 and run them through Lotsoft's Shortsums table. These are the unhit sum 15 straight combos in last 5 years.

159, 249, 384, 474, 546, 636, 654, 672, 744, 816, 834

I played the dbls as combos, the others straight.

This is for Fl Combined.

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10/24/15

There is a string, 0,1,2,5,7,8 at 86 draws. If you were to use the missing digits 3,4,6,9 and run them through Lotsoft's Shortsums table. These are the unhit sum 15 straight combos in last 5 years.

159, 249, 384, 474, 546, 636, 654, 672, 744, 816, 834

I played the dbls as combos, the others straight.

012578 was at 8 skips before this morning in FL combined.

Your database must be wrong or bug in the program.

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012578 was at 8 skips before this morning in FL combined.

Your database must be wrong or bug in the program.

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If Winsum's database is wrong, my is wrong. Are you sure that you are interpreting the string correctly? The draws you are showing belong to the string. Digits 128 all came from the string. What we are looking for is a draw containing only these digits 3,4,6,9. The string is now at 87 draws.

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If Winsum's database is wrong, my is wrong. Are you sure that you are interpreting the string correctly? The draws you are showing belong to the string. Digits 128 all came from the string. What we are looking for is a draw containing only these digits 3,4,6,9. The string is now at 87 draws.

My interpretation of "string" and some other terms as "pair" is different.

My pairs mean two different digits. I.e. 122 has only one pair: 12.

Now I understand what you mean by "string", thanks!

For me this is a 4 digits wheel with the following conditions:

• "3 of 4" digits in unmatched draws or
• "2 of 4" in doubles draws or
• "1 of 4" in triples draws

This skip could go very far as you can see QC at 183. It's very risky to stick with it for long time.

It would be better to play just a couple times when the skip comes to a certain level and let it go if doesn't hit then wait for another one to come at the same skip level and do the same. Just an idea.

Here is the current skip over 80 skips for all states for today:

Mor & Mid4 digits
Sg3 Db2 Tr1
FL20569-82
GA20135-82
2345-100
0235-108
0127-121
ID22367-82
IL20189-106
IN20469-92
MO21248-86
2568-91
5679-98
2567-109
2578-109
OH20579-85
PA22467-81
0467-91
PR23789-84
SC21378-83
0379-97
TN11245-85
TS22568-98

Eve & Ngt4 digits
Sg3 Db2 Tr1
CT41457-87
1467-126
DC41589-105
IL42568-87
2569-87
2689-132
IN42489-83
2789-99
MI43679-84
MN40149-81
MO40134-96
NC40478-91
NJ40347-82
NM44567-84
0567-93
NY40236-93
0246-95
0268-102
PR42369-103
QC41357-102
3458-183
TS42358-88
WA40456-88
WC42356-87
WV41457-103

Combined4 digits
Sg3 Db2 Tr1
AR50129-85
0279-94
1289-112
CT51457-87
1467-87
3489-87
4678-87
1567-115
FL53469-87
IA51238-110
IL54568-115
3468-123
MI51348-82
MO50236-85
0678-91
0235-108
NC51257-105
0157-107
NJ51569-91
NM50167-98
0168-98
0678-105
NY50279-88
0169-89
OH50236-85
0267-85
PA52567-95
SC50135-119
TN52678-134
TS52789-89
VA53578-104
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Attached is a pdf file showing part of an Excel Worksheet that Shows all 210 6String combinations over the last 500 Ca. Daily 3 Midday Games.  The pdf is a window of the full worksheet.  You can see where each string has broken over the last 500 games.  You can count hits of all kinds, Singles, Doubles, Triples etc.

Daily_3_StringsB.pdf