Texas United States Member #150797 December 31, 2013 815 Posts Offline

Posted: November 19, 2015, 8:58 am - IP Logged

Actually, I use base 5 (aka "Mirror numbers") instead of real Vtracs, but the principles are the same and they are easier to calculate. I just have to remember to flip Even and Odd when BA posts about Vtracs!

Anyway, one interesting aspect of the Vtrac/Mirror system is that a pair will repeat about 1/3 of the time. After a Double you get a pair repeat about 22% of the time, but after an unmatched combination you will get a pair repeat almost 50% of the time.

For example:

These are from Ontario:

11/18/2015

E

5

92

042

11/18/2015

M

6

90

140

11/17/2015

E

8

78

323

11/17/2015

M

6

55

100

11/16/2015

E

2

49

242

11/16/2015

M

7

11

211

11/15/2015

E

6

40

140

11/15/2015

M

1

91

141

Each Vtrac/Mirror combo generates 3 pairs, which then expand into 12 (3X4) pairs in actual numbers, eg: 140=01,04,14

0=0,5 1=1,6 so we get 01,06,15,56

0=0,5 4=4,9 so we get 04,09,45,59

1=1,6 4=4,9 giving 14,19,46,69

To reduce the total number of picks, these pairs can be combined with the Vtrac/Mirror digits that were not included in the "trigger" combo. Eg. 140 does not include Mirror digits 2 or 3 (2,7 3,8) so the expanded pairs can be combined with 2,7,3,8 in this example.

Note the first example (140 followed by 211). This will happen about half the time (50% doubles in Vtracs), so you can also add in pairs 00,11,44 for this example. This will give you 9 (3X3) addtional pairs, if you want to include them:

11: 1=1,6 11,16,66

The unmatched plus double picks will give you 12X4 + 9X4 = 84 picks, so filtering is definitely required.

"There is no such thing as luck; only adequate or inadequate preparation to cope with a statistical universe."

ORLANDO, FLORIDA United States Member #4924 June 3, 2004 5894 Posts Offline

Posted: November 19, 2015, 1:24 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by Tialuvslotto on November 19, 2015

Actually, I use base 5 (aka "Mirror numbers") instead of real Vtracs, but the principles are the same and they are easier to calculate. I just have to remember to flip Even and Odd when BA posts about Vtracs!

Anyway, one interesting aspect of the Vtrac/Mirror system is that a pair will repeat about 1/3 of the time. After a Double you get a pair repeat about 22% of the time, but after an unmatched combination you will get a pair repeat almost 50% of the time.

For example:

These are from Ontario:

11/18/2015

E

5

92

042

11/18/2015

M

6

90

140

11/17/2015

E

8

78

323

11/17/2015

M

6

55

100

11/16/2015

E

2

49

242

11/16/2015

M

7

11

211

11/15/2015

E

6

40

140

11/15/2015

M

1

91

141

Each Vtrac/Mirror combo generates 3 pairs, which then expand into 12 (3X4) pairs in actual numbers, eg: 140=01,04,14

0=0,5 1=1,6 so we get 01,06,15,56

0=0,5 4=4,9 so we get 04,09,45,59

1=1,6 4=4,9 giving 14,19,46,69

To reduce the total number of picks, these pairs can be combined with the Vtrac/Mirror digits that were not included in the "trigger" combo. Eg. 140 does not include Mirror digits 2 or 3 (2,7 3,8) so the expanded pairs can be combined with 2,7,3,8 in this example.

Note the first example (140 followed by 211). This will happen about half the time (50% doubles in Vtracs), so you can also add in pairs 00,11,44 for this example. This will give you 9 (3X3) addtional pairs, if you want to include them:

11: 1=1,6 11,16,66

The unmatched plus double picks will give you 12X4 + 9X4 = 84 picks, so filtering is definitely required.

Tia,

I created structures in Lotsoft using Vtracs. The structures were all combos in CN (clean numbers), that had no

Texas United States Member #150797 December 31, 2013 815 Posts Offline

Posted: November 19, 2015, 3:34 pm - IP Logged

And again, Evening to Midday:

Evening 11/18 592

Midday 11/19 298

This one is obvious since you don't need the mirror pairs to see the repeat.

The play would have been:

592 Mirrored = 042

pairs = 02,04,24 + 1,3 (the 04 pair was eliminated after 2 hits in a row -- 83% will not hit a 3rd time)

combinations=012,023,014,034,124,234

234 = 234,347,248,239,478,379,289,789

I probably wouldn't play this method for a 3rd repeat in a row, although it does happen from time to time. If I did, I would include the double pairs as doubles have been missing now for 4 games in a row -- remember Vtracs/Mirrors have 50% doubles, so you always have to be looking out for them.

"There is no such thing as luck; only adequate or inadequate preparation to cope with a statistical universe."

ORLANDO, FLORIDA United States Member #4924 June 3, 2004 5894 Posts Offline

Posted: November 19, 2015, 5:13 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by Tialuvslotto on November 19, 2015

And again, Evening to Midday:

Evening 11/18 592

Midday 11/19 298

This one is obvious since you don't need the mirror pairs to see the repeat.

The play would have been:

592 Mirrored = 042

pairs = 02,04,24 + 1,3 (the 04 pair was eliminated after 2 hits in a row -- 83% will not hit a 3rd time)

combinations=012,023,014,034,124,234

234 = 234,347,248,239,478,379,289,789

I probably wouldn't play this method for a 3rd repeat in a row, although it does happen from time to time. If I did, I would include the double pairs as doubles have been missing now for 4 games in a row -- remember Vtracs/Mirrors have 50% doubles, so you always have to be looking out for them.

I will have to come up with a way to track repeats. Everything I know about Lotsoft, was taught to me by Ricky and Win D. I wish Ricky would have been able to finish the new version.

Here is something I found for Fl combined. No V1 rank 213, maxed out @ 84 skips. Too bad, I made my plays earlier. If it doesn't hit tonight, I will jump on it tomorrow.

Texas United States Member #150797 December 31, 2013 815 Posts Offline

Posted: November 20, 2015, 6:55 am - IP Logged

"I probably wouldn't play this method for a 3rd repeat in a row, although it does happen from time to time. If I did, I would include the double pairs as doubles have been missing now for 4 games in a row -- remember Vtracs/Mirrors have 50% doubles, so you always have to be looking out for them."

x

Well, Evening did repeat a pair, and it was a Double (in Mirror world)

Evening result 11/19 380

Mirror result 330

x

Midday 298 Mirror=234

Pairs: 23,24,34,22,33,44 + 0,1

Combos: 022,122,033,133,044,144

022=022,077,027,522,527,577

122=122,127,177,622,627,677

033=033,038,088,533,538,588

133=133,138,188,633,638,688

044=044,049,099,544,549,599

144=144,149,199,644,649,699

x

An easy filter here would be to remove all the doubles in actual numbers if you didn't believe that a double was due. This would leave you with only 12 combinations to play.

"There is no such thing as luck; only adequate or inadequate preparation to cope with a statistical universe."

Texas United States Member #150797 December 31, 2013 815 Posts Offline

Posted: November 20, 2015, 7:03 am - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by CARBOB on November 19, 2015

I will have to come up with a way to track repeats. Everything I know about Lotsoft, was taught to me by Ricky and Win D. I wish Ricky would have been able to finish the new version.

Here is something I found for Fl combined. No V1 rank 213, maxed out @ 84 skips. Too bad, I made my plays earlier. If it doesn't hit tonight, I will jump on it tomorrow.

United States Member #28945 December 25, 2005 1527 Posts Offline

Posted: November 20, 2015, 11:14 am - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by Tialuvslotto on November 19, 2015

Actually, I use base 5 (aka "Mirror numbers") instead of real Vtracs, but the principles are the same and they are easier to calculate. I just have to remember to flip Even and Odd when BA posts about Vtracs!

Anyway, one interesting aspect of the Vtrac/Mirror system is that a pair will repeat about 1/3 of the time. After a Double you get a pair repeat about 22% of the time, but after an unmatched combination you will get a pair repeat almost 50% of the time.

For example:

These are from Ontario:

11/18/2015

E

5

92

042

11/18/2015

M

6

90

140

11/17/2015

E

8

78

323

11/17/2015

M

6

55

100

11/16/2015

E

2

49

242

11/16/2015

M

7

11

211

11/15/2015

E

6

40

140

11/15/2015

M

1

91

141

Each Vtrac/Mirror combo generates 3 pairs, which then expand into 12 (3X4) pairs in actual numbers, eg: 140=01,04,14

0=0,5 1=1,6 so we get 01,06,15,56

0=0,5 4=4,9 so we get 04,09,45,59

1=1,6 4=4,9 giving 14,19,46,69

To reduce the total number of picks, these pairs can be combined with the Vtrac/Mirror digits that were not included in the "trigger" combo. Eg. 140 does not include Mirror digits 2 or 3 (2,7 3,8) so the expanded pairs can be combined with 2,7,3,8 in this example.

Note the first example (140 followed by 211). This will happen about half the time (50% doubles in Vtracs), so you can also add in pairs 00,11,44 for this example. This will give you 9 (3X3) addtional pairs, if you want to include them:

11: 1=1,6 11,16,66

The unmatched plus double picks will give you 12X4 + 9X4 = 84 picks, so filtering is definitely required.

To answer the thread's title, while it may not be the only key, I do think that "Mirrors" are one of the 3 keys to the Pick 3. If one assumes that All Things have some quality of roundness in them, either in form(space) or function(time), then we can assume that the Pick 3 has a circular shape and it moves in a circular fashion. I think "mirrors" are integral to this circularity. I super-actively make use of them in my workouts. They even guide me in the end as I make my picks for I'll choose one or two Vtracs, and submit their mirror numbers.

Excellent work Tialuvslotto. Thanks for sharing your POV.

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Texas United States Member #150797 December 31, 2013 815 Posts Offline

Posted: November 20, 2015, 11:53 am - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by Kola on November 20, 2015

To answer the thread's title, while it may not be the only key, I do think that "Mirrors" are one of the 3 keys to the Pick 3. If one assumes that All Things have some quality of roundness in them, either in form(space) or function(time), then we can assume that the Pick 3 has a circular shape and it moves in a circular fashion. I think "mirrors" are integral to this circularity. I super-actively make use of them in my workouts. They even guide me in the end as I make my picks for I'll choose one or two Vtracs, and submit their mirror numbers.

Excellent work Tialuvslotto. Thanks for sharing your POV.

Thanks, Kola! I find myself relying more and more on my Mirror numbers to discover the likely characteristics of the upcoming draw and use the actual numbers more as a way to select between the 2 mirror possibilities.

"There is no such thing as luck; only adequate or inadequate preparation to cope with a statistical universe."

Economy class Belgium Member #123700 February 27, 2012 4035 Posts Offline

Posted: November 20, 2015, 1:50 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by Tialuvslotto on November 19, 2015

Actually, I use base 5 (aka "Mirror numbers") instead of real Vtracs, but the principles are the same and they are easier to calculate. I just have to remember to flip Even and Odd when BA posts about Vtracs!

Anyway, one interesting aspect of the Vtrac/Mirror system is that a pair will repeat about 1/3 of the time. After a Double you get a pair repeat about 22% of the time, but after an unmatched combination you will get a pair repeat almost 50% of the time.

For example:

These are from Ontario:

11/18/2015

E

5

92

042

11/18/2015

M

6

90

140

11/17/2015

E

8

78

323

11/17/2015

M

6

55

100

11/16/2015

E

2

49

242

11/16/2015

M

7

11

211

11/15/2015

E

6

40

140

11/15/2015

M

1

91

141

Each Vtrac/Mirror combo generates 3 pairs, which then expand into 12 (3X4) pairs in actual numbers, eg: 140=01,04,14

0=0,5 1=1,6 so we get 01,06,15,56

0=0,5 4=4,9 so we get 04,09,45,59

1=1,6 4=4,9 giving 14,19,46,69

To reduce the total number of picks, these pairs can be combined with the Vtrac/Mirror digits that were not included in the "trigger" combo. Eg. 140 does not include Mirror digits 2 or 3 (2,7 3,8) so the expanded pairs can be combined with 2,7,3,8 in this example.

Note the first example (140 followed by 211). This will happen about half the time (50% doubles in Vtracs), so you can also add in pairs 00,11,44 for this example. This will give you 9 (3X3) addtional pairs, if you want to include them:

11: 1=1,6 11,16,66

The unmatched plus double picks will give you 12X4 + 9X4 = 84 picks, so filtering is definitely required.

If you want to know about v-tracking, you have to see all possible cases.

You are searching for followers of certain digits. Example from my ws for last 10 daily 3 CA:

Digit -> Follower-Pair

Follower pair scoring 1 or 2 boxed. @LP: This includes vtrack boxed.

D

T1

T2

F

4

0

6

5

6

4

6

5

4

6

7

5

4

6

8

5

4

4

6

4

4

3

6

4

...

If you stick to a rigid v-tracking model, you get a limited view of what was drawn. This is easy to explain, any number can follow any number.

If you want only rigid models, you would have to map them all. You would need a full list of them and compare which does best, or recently does best, if there is one that does best, for example.

Another observation in tracking digit -> couples (=V) followers:

Digit -> Follower-Pair

Follower pair scoring 2 boxed

D

T1

T2

F

6

4

4

3

4

4

6

2

3

4

7

2

4

3

6

2

The shorter the period, the relatively hotter a situation can be. While a rigid model cannot detect some situations, a complete model can.

Let me tell you that I just invented the w-track! LOL. Digit d can be followed by d+0 d+3 d+6 ... for example. Of course I propose to list all cases. If you want to map them to rigid models, you loose the overview, unless you search by some filter parameter(s) that you set. I think that the last option is what you are looking for.