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I just had the most powerful Idea that was staring me in my face for many years now. It was like a missing piece in a machine that could not function without it.

Some have surely heard of using multiple systems to formulate what the next winning number will be, but based on my experiences, I've never read, heard or seen anyone monitoring 8 to 10 systems in real time. We all should know that the lottery's behavior is in league with trends. Knowing which trend it is can be deceiving despite the obvious. I won't go into detail about this, but most of you know my feelings about the pre and post tests.

Imagine an Excel program that shows all 10 system's activities side by side. With a quick glance you can see which system is either doing well now, or trending.

Any thoughts?

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I just had the most powerful Idea that was staring me in my face for many years now. It was like a missing piece in a machine that could not function without it.

Some have surely heard of using multiple systems to formulate what the next winning number will be, but based on my experiences, I've never read, heard or seen anyone monitoring 8 to 10 systems in real time. We all should know that the lottery's behavior is in league with trends. Knowing which trend it is can be deceiving despite the obvious. I won't go into detail about this, but most of you know my feelings about the pre and post tests.

Imagine an Excel program that shows all 10 system's activities side by side. With a quick glance you can see which system is either doing well now, or trending.

Any thoughts?

What 8 - 10 systems are you referring to ???

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 Posted: July 14, 2016, 1:23 am - IP Logged

Any thoughts?

yes i think you maybe over thinking

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Any thoughts?

yes i think you maybe over thinking

Any thoughts?

and call me in the morning!!!

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I just had the most powerful Idea that was staring me in my face for many years now. It was like a missing piece in a machine that could not function without it.

Some have surely heard of using multiple systems to formulate what the next winning number will be, but based on my experiences, I've never read, heard or seen anyone monitoring 8 to 10 systems in real time. We all should know that the lottery's behavior is in league with trends. Knowing which trend it is can be deceiving despite the obvious. I won't go into detail about this, but most of you know my feelings about the pre and post tests.

Imagine an Excel program that shows all 10 system's activities side by side. With a quick glance you can see which system is either doing well now, or trending.

Any thoughts?

I have two paper and pencil workouts - one for P3/P4 and another for Texas Lotto, Cash 5, Two-Step and Triple Chance.
The second is good for the predator jackpot games, but I'm not one of those born every minute suckers who spend lot of money chasing impossible dreams.
I learned long ago that trying to win with lottery software prediction systems with outputs based on game design parameters, rather than real-life outcomes is ludicrous.
Tracking multiple games requires a lot of time and work, but I don't have much else to do.
Over the years, I noticed some similarities between Decade A in Cash 5, and Decade A in Two-Step, but these events don't arrive often enough justify exploitation.
Maybe someone who has never tracked a lottery game, or who doesn't know how to track a game, might be impressed and believe they can use the coincidental similarities to make a buck, but it's just 'nice to know but so what' stuff to experience game trackers.
There are many theories about what does and what doesn't work where lottery analysis is concerned.
Trying to compare or match the outputs of different games is a monumental waste of time.
Too bad all that energy is not being used to discover useful trends in a game that can be won.
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I have been trending 5 different approches to the California bonus ball games for the last three years using Excel. All 5 trends are in the same test block. I can easily see what trend has the upper hand quite easily. My problem is I don't have time to analize each one individually and find each individual trends' hot & cold periods.It does take ALOT of time doing five at a time. Not enough hours in the day. I don't have enough programing skills to shorten the time of calculations.

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amber123,

The lotteries have such equipment and then some!

Those who run the lotteries love it when players look for consistency in something that's designed not to have any.

There is one and only one 'proven' system, and that is to book the action. No matter the game, let the players pick their own losers.

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 Posted: August 3, 2016, 2:47 am - IP Logged

I think winning will shift from system to system with no indication which you should play next.

There was a software that ran thousands of simple systems and for more money added thousands more, but they were all simple addition and subtraction systems, plus one, plus two, etc.  was not predictive.

I do think it is a good idea to track draws, like Pick-3 to see whether evening follows midday more often then midday following midday or evening following evening, such as a digit from the previous draw appears in the next, when working your system.

BobP

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 Posted: August 3, 2016, 4:11 am - IP Logged

let me email win D. And see what the Godfather of daily games say...

Once i get the percentages ill let you know.   Good luck

my name Lil Darryl   you got some Milk

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