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How would you like it to be your excel spreadsheet to test lotteries?

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bgonçalves
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Posted: July 1, 2016, 9:43 am - IP Logged

what criteria would you use to design a spreadsheet to play a lottery?
fixed numbers, filters, references, standards ???

what criteria would you use to design a spreadsheet to play a lottery?
fixed numbers, filters, references, standards ???

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    Posted: July 2, 2016, 2:21 am - IP Logged

    I play pick 3. I know alot of people look at it by the digit. I look at it from a box For example.

    First I look at how many times a box number comes out in a year divided into 120 mixed, 90 doubles, and 10 triples.

    Working within the constraints of excel I list each category from least recent hit at the top down the list to the most recent hit.

    For example there are some numbers that come out as many as 13 times a year, usually its only one number that come out more than 10 times in a year, the 10 spot I have noticed can have as many as 1-3 numbers in it. This changes every game, I have seen numbers that come out 4 times in a year to have as many as 20-32 numbers in that list at any given time.

    Now the tough part... I look over as many games as I can to determine how many numbers are in the list and what position the number was in before it hit. toped

    For example I notice that in the list of numbers that came out 4 times a year, when there are 23 numbers in that list the hit tends to be in the 13th or 14th position more often than other positions in that list historically. I still do not know when that number will come out, but I have a good idea where it will come out unless the list changes the next game (say one fell off and now there is only 22) I do the same thing again but since I do not know When it will hit I play progressive box. Meaning I play those 1 or 2 numbers for a whole week at a .50 bet if it does not hit that week then I simply add another .50 bet to that number and so on until it hits 6.00 per play then I mark it as a combo play. yes this can get very expensive however I am also looking at other criteria like is the number I am playing a common sum usually 9-18 and does that number in that position have a 0,1,8,9 in it. I dont play if it does not look favorable. I have found this method to be good for about 80-1500 dollars here and there with a cost of play being about 1/4 -1/2 of winnings. Usually my wins are small as the higher cost box play can quickly get out of control cost wise. I find it hits once a month some times twice usually for about a 40-160 win. But I have also lost my shirt as so to speak a few times chasing a number only to see it hit a few games after I stopped playing. This has me playing on paper alot, its probably like others say its a matter of luck.

    Well thats my idea mabe it will spark a better one with others :)

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      Posted: July 2, 2016, 5:56 am - IP Logged

      Since you all don't know what is coming, I prefer quick picks, random generated numbers. One is enough!

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        bgonçalves
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        Posted: July 2, 2016, 8:21 am - IP Logged

        hello lotto logix. perfect, amazing, congratulations, we can also look outside the box, see example at the border to the difference or delta example
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        I would have to make a graph of the two ends
        and repetitions and delays