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In/Out Filter in a Jackpot Game?

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Posted: April 2, 2016, 8:39 am - IP Logged

Hey

In Pick 3 there is a Filter some People use called The In/Out Filter.

In Digits = 3,4,5,6,7
Out Digits = 0,1,2,8,9

Can It be used in a Jackpot Game?

If 3 is an In Digit and 2 is an Out Digit.

What would the number 32 being a Jackpot Game?

Thanks!
Frank

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    Posted: April 2, 2016, 8:53 am - IP Logged

    Frank

    In a nutshell the answer is yes.  Use the digits in the number line counting each digit once.

    Example

    The line 5-14-22-23-31 = digits 1-2-3-4-5 , Most pick-5 games will have 5 or 6 total digits

    while larger games will range from 6 to 7.   For games like a 5-39 the digits 123 will have

    a high hit rate for showing together game to game.   

     

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      Or, you could just base it on last digits.  So, 32 would be "out".

      For RL's example 5-14-22-23-3 you would have last digits 5,4,2,3,1 or in, in,out, in, out.

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

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        Posted: April 2, 2016, 9:55 am - IP Logged

        Thanks for the Help Tial!

         

        Frank

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          Or, you could just base it on last digits.  So, 32 would be "out".

          For RL's example 5-14-22-23-3 you would have last digits 5,4,2,3,1 or in, in,out, in, out.

          Yes, just like that!

          In  Digits = 3,4,5,6,7
          Out Digits = 0,1,2,8,9

          Beware of mistakes

          New York (NY) Take 5
           
          Apr 01, 2016    05-18-27-33-38 IOIIO
          Mar 31, 2016    05-18-25-28-32 IOIOO
          Mar 30, 2016    11-15-26-31-35 OIIOI
          Mar 29, 2016    11-12-21-29-35 OOOOI
          Mar 28, 2016    04-11-21-25-37 IOOII
          Mar 27, 2016    02-10-16-27-38 OOIIO
          Mar 26, 2016    01-28-30-31-38 OOOOO
          Mar 25, 2016    18-19-27-29-36 OOIOI
          Mar 24, 2016    04-07-08-28-34 IIOOI
          Mar 23, 2016    10-15-16-34-37 OIIII
          Mar 22, 2016    06-10-29-32-35 IOOOI
          Mar 21, 2016    08-13-15-33-35 OIIII
          Mar 20, 2016    06-09-10-23-34 IOOII
          Mar 19, 2016    03-05-13-17-30 IIIIO
          Mar 18, 2016    02-10-24-28-38 OOIOO

          It is a cash 5 games so:

          Maybe:

          2 X 2 X 2 X 2 X 2 = 32 Possible In-Out patterns (combinations).

          Those 32 patterns might equal all the possible pick 5 numbers (but I am not 100% sure about that).

          Each of those patterns equals quite a lot of pick 5 numbers.
          There are so many patterns (32) that none of them repeated from last to next draw.
          I think that only two of those patterns repeated at all on those few past draws (15 past draws).

          Interesting, right?

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            Posted: April 2, 2016, 9:00 pm - IP Logged

            You can do the same with other such filters, there are four filters of that kind.

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              You can do the same with other such filters, there are four filters of that kind.

              4?  Low/High, Even/Odd, In/Out -- what am I missing?

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                4?  Low/High, Even/Odd, In/Out -- what am I missing?

                The 4 filters make for the complete set of that kind of filters, they are a lottery buster set of filters.

                For the pick 3 game:

                The filter came out a little late to be included in software programs such as Lotsoft, but it is in one program by Mike K, but it is not a free software.

                Bala-Nced

                1 2 4 5 8 = Bala  = B

                0 3 6 7 9 = Nced  = N

                -------------------------

                Straight:

                BBB

                BBN

                NBB

                BNB

                 

                NNN

                NNB

                BNN

                NBN

                ---------

                Box or Any Order:

                BBB

                BBN

                 

                NNN

                NNB

                ----------

                The All To Mostly version:

                MB = Mostly Bala

                MN = Mostly Nced

                It includes in it the All Bala and also the All Nced.

                ------------

                The traditional Mostly Filter for the Bala-Nced:

                BBB = All Bala

                MB  = Mostly Bala

                 

                NNN = All Nced

                MN  = Mostly Nced

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                  Posted: April 3, 2016, 8:58 am - IP Logged

                  Hello Monel is thus possible to create patterns 25% 25% 50%
                  Example 1,2,3 = 30% 4.5 25% 45% 6,7,8,9 A = 30% = 1,2,3
                  B = 25% = 4.5
                  C = 45% 6,7,8,9