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Expert Lotto Statistics in the Prediction Function

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I am using Expert Lotto to generate predictions for which numbers will be drawn in the following drawing in the Mass Cash game which is drawn 7 days a week.

 

I use the prediction function to generate the predictions.  It is overwhelming since in the pop up window for the statistics part of the prediction function there are 58 different kinds of statistics to use for prediction.

They are as follows:

 

All

  Basic

      Odd / Even

      Low / High

      Hot / Cold

      Sum

      Repeating Numbers

      Ticket Index

      Ticket Index Movement

      Number Movement Pattern

      Adjacent Numbers

      Adjacent Digits

      Combined Statistics

      Number Groups

      Number Groups Count

      Number Groups Repeat

      Match Previous Draws

      Ticket Panel

      Number Groups Report

      Match Previous Draws

      Ticket Panel

      Standard Deviation

      Draw Intervals

      Knight's Move

      Digits Movement Pattern

      In Range Count

      Range Patterns

      Prime Numbers

      Arithmetic Complexity

      Matrix Distribution

      Consecutive Digits in Any Order

 

  Positional

      Ticket Positions

      First Digit

      Last Digit

      Number Movement

      Odd / Even Positions

      Low / High Positions

      Number Distance

      Average Distance

      Positive Pairs Sum

      Digits Sum at Positions

      Number Range

 

  Winning Numbers History

     History Sums

     History Differences

     Odd / Even Sums

     Min / Max History Differences

     Negative / Positive History Differences

     In Range Differences

     History Differences Ranges

     History StdDev (diffs)

     Unique History Differences

     History Segments

     Number Differences Sum

     Unique Number Differences

     History Differences Report

     Consecutive Negative / Positive Differences

     History Sum Movements

     History Diff Movement

 

I would very much like to cut this very long list down to a much more manageable size since I do not have time to go through all 58 different kinds of statistics every time there is an upcoming drawing.

What I want to know is which one of these statistics is necessary to use in the prediction function and which ones I can safely ignore.

Is there anyone out there who uses Expert Lotto and has experience with this who can provide advice on this matter?

 

Thanks.

 

Sincerely,

 

Kosh

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    I looks like they had a lot of work with making the program.

    I suppose that all historical charts are the base for filtering.

    The other program, lotto tool, looked easier to use.

    I probably cover most of the above, leaving out bonus ball combined.
    In addition I am finer in some filters.

    Why don't you take a pen and write down the charts or criteria that you can handle best? 
    Or, what are you most comfortable with?

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      Posted: June 29, 2016, 1:34 pm - IP Logged

      Many of these are in Lotsoft Pro too.

       

      Just stop playing for a day or two and click on each available statistics/hot cold/vtracs/travelers and etc., It also has lot of statistical reports. Tweaking and using them will definitely help

       

      Expert lotto also has lot of features and reading some of the features above, I  felt Lotsoft Pro could have had them.

       

      Referring to these charts and giving human touch to filtering helps lot rather than allowing the software to predict.

       

       

      Good Luck

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        Hi, as I said I am using expert lotto time to time. It is hard to give the advise because i think it is depends on what game you are using for and what exactly you looking for in your predictions? How many combos you want to play and what exactly approach you using? Or you using Expert Lotto automated prediction option?

        I know it is very time consuming to learn the futures but it is better to at list read about them. Most of them are basically simple mathematical approach  and some are more complicated. I don't use all of them. I use normally the ones that I need. Most of the time, positional ones, numbers frequencies, and etc.. I don't use sums, or standard deviation, stuff like that. However some people work with the sums successfully. So everybody have different approach of using  Expert lotto, and I think any software . I would recommend sign up for the forum there and ask question there. Many people and owner Stan is very helpful, at list as I know, so I think you will get more recommendations over there, also you might find people who plays the same game and you may get some answers specifically for your type of game.

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          Hi, as I said I am using expert lotto time to time. It is hard to give the advise because i think it is depends on what game you are using for and what exactly you looking for in your predictions? How many combos you want to play and what exactly approach you using? Or you using Expert Lotto automated prediction option?

          I know it is very time consuming to learn the futures but it is better to at list read about them. Most of them are basically simple mathematical approach  and some are more complicated. I don't use all of them. I use normally the ones that I need. Most of the time, positional ones, numbers frequencies, and etc.. I don't use sums, or standard deviation, stuff like that. However some people work with the sums successfully. So everybody have different approach of using  Expert lotto, and I think any software . I would recommend sign up for the forum there and ask question there. Many people and owner Stan is very helpful, at list as I know, so I think you will get more recommendations over there, also you might find people who plays the same game and you may get some answers specifically for your type of game.

          Dear tvpventures,

           

          I am mainly using the Expert Lotto automated prediction option.   As I have mentioned before earlier in this thread, the option lists 58 different kinds of statistics to use in the prediction function.   It would take too long to go through all 58 predictions before each daily drawing. The game in question is Mass Cash 5/35.

          I am looking to use only those statistics that are absolutely necessary and to skip those that are not necessary.   Thanks for any light you can shed on this.

           

          Best Regards,

           

          Kosh

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            Dear tvpventures,

             

            I am mainly using the Expert Lotto automated prediction option.   As I have mentioned before earlier in this thread, the option lists 58 different kinds of statistics to use in the prediction function.   It would take too long to go through all 58 predictions before each daily drawing. The game in question is Mass Cash 5/35.

            I am looking to use only those statistics that are absolutely necessary and to skip those that are not necessary.   Thanks for any light you can shed on this.

             

            Best Regards,

             

            Kosh

            Hello Kosh,

            I don't use currently automated prediction in Expert Lotto, I always like to pick numbers myself by combining couple approaches. But if we are talking about the same option, I know that it should not take too long at all.

            Are you talking about the one that located in "winning numbers" ---- "Predictions"---then you choose how many draws you want to use, "patterns", then "statistics"? If this what you using I did try that option before and I did choose all statistics I think and it did not take too long at all..Just basically a minute or so..I dont know if  that's one you are talking about.. Because I think there is another way to get predictions that I did not explore yet..

            tvpventures..

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              Posted: July 5, 2016, 8:12 pm - IP Logged

              Hi tvpventures,

               

              Yes. That is the one that I was talking about.  Your thoughts?

               

              Sincerely,

               

              Kosh

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                I am using Expert Lotto to generate predictions for which numbers will be drawn in the following drawing in the Mass Cash game which is drawn 7 days a week.

                 

                I use the prediction function to generate the predictions.  It is overwhelming since in the pop up window for the statistics part of the prediction function there are 58 different kinds of statistics to use for prediction.

                They are as follows:

                 

                All

                  Basic

                      Odd / Even

                      Low / High

                      Hot / Cold

                      Sum

                      Repeating Numbers

                      Ticket Index

                      Ticket Index Movement

                      Number Movement Pattern

                      Adjacent Numbers

                      Adjacent Digits

                      Combined Statistics

                      Number Groups

                      Number Groups Count

                      Number Groups Repeat

                      Match Previous Draws

                      Ticket Panel

                      Number Groups Report

                      Match Previous Draws

                      Ticket Panel

                      Standard Deviation

                      Draw Intervals

                      Knight's Move

                      Digits Movement Pattern

                      In Range Count

                      Range Patterns

                      Prime Numbers

                      Arithmetic Complexity

                      Matrix Distribution

                      Consecutive Digits in Any Order

                 

                  Positional

                      Ticket Positions

                      First Digit

                      Last Digit

                      Number Movement

                      Odd / Even Positions

                      Low / High Positions

                      Number Distance

                      Average Distance

                      Positive Pairs Sum

                      Digits Sum at Positions

                      Number Range

                 

                  Winning Numbers History

                     History Sums

                     History Differences

                     Odd / Even Sums

                     Min / Max History Differences

                     Negative / Positive History Differences

                     In Range Differences

                     History Differences Ranges

                     History StdDev (diffs)

                     Unique History Differences

                     History Segments

                     Number Differences Sum

                     Unique Number Differences

                     History Differences Report

                     Consecutive Negative / Positive Differences

                     History Sum Movements

                     History Diff Movement

                 

                I would very much like to cut this very long list down to a much more manageable size since I do not have time to go through all 58 different kinds of statistics every time there is an upcoming drawing.

                What I want to know is which one of these statistics is necessary to use in the prediction function and which ones I can safely ignore.

                Is there anyone out there who uses Expert Lotto and has experience with this who can provide advice on this matter?

                 

                Thanks.

                 

                Sincerely,

                 

                Kosh

                Sounds like you have all the information you could possible use but no idea of how to use it.  You've got your work cut out for you trying to find that out.

                Good luck to you. Wink

                With MM jackpot at more than a half billion dollars, it'll be time and effort well spent.

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                  Hi tvpventures,

                   

                  Yes. That is the one that I was talking about.  Your thoughts?

                   

                  Sincerely,

                   

                  Kosh

                  Hi Kosh,

                  The best way would be, as I mentioned before, sign up for their forum on their website Expert lotto. You will find tips there and also post your question about your specific game that you play and you may find someone who plays the same game and may be advise what specific filters they use..  As I said I don't know your game at all and I don't use prediction option..But the filters that I apply to my numbers also depends on what game I play..So since I don't know your game I cant really recommend anything specific. Games have different pools numbers, history draws so that's why some filters better for one type of game then another..You have got to learn by just apply, tested and see what is work for your game..

                  If you have any time try at list read it about some filters so you will know generally what they do and skip ones that completely complicated, or ask questions there on the forum about that.. I did asked questions there and people were helpful.. I am there with the same name btw "tvpventures" if you wanted to look up, I asked some questions before about filters there..

                  Best regards,

                  tvpventures

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                    Exactly how does expert lotto make its predictions?

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                      Exactly how does expert lotto make its predictions?

                      Predictions made automatically by software from calculating from math based statistics. And they have  lots of statistics and analysis..

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                        Exactly how does expert lotto make its predictions?

                        If it's  like other lottery software then it doesn't predict anything exactly because using the same data its predictions will be different each time thus one can only conclude the predictions are randomly picked.  Most likely only the parameters are the same.

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                          If it's  like other lottery software then it doesn't predict anything exactly because using the same data its predictions will be different each time thus one can only conclude the predictions are randomly picked.  Most likely only the parameters are the same.

                          For example the program might take the hottest pair, then reduce the number of picks by the most common sums or number of skips playing over due numbers. However these methods they use in predicting numbers may not be any better than a random pick.

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                            For example the program might take the hottest pair, then reduce the number of picks by the most common sums or number of skips playing over due numbers. However these methods they use in predicting numbers may not be any better than a random pick.

                            Hot and cold? I never found a definition for those. People even disagree on the terms.

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                              Hot and cold? I never found a definition for those. People even disagree on the terms.

                              Buy quick picks!

                              People don't want to buy quick picks! That's why they are here discussing lottery softwares and strategies to trying to reduce the odds.. That is that simple..

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