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Prime number spiral system p-3

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Gann’s square of nine consists of the integers arranged in the form of a square spiral. One can construct it using a spreadsheet or graph paper. Place the number 1 in a central cell; to its left place the number 2; above that is 3, and move around clockwise, adding one each time: to the right of 3 is 4 and 5, then below 5 is 6 and then 7. To the left of 7 is 8 and then 9, which completes the first square. To the left of 9 place 10 to start a new square out, and above 10 place 11, and so on, around and around as large as one likes (Figure 1). Gann believed this arrangement captured a hidden law that the markets inexorably followed.

The figure known to mathematicians as “Ulam’s prime number spiral” is constructed in exactly the same fashion as the square of nine, but its use is quite different. It was discovered by mathematician Stanislaw Ulam in 1963. While listening to a “long and very boring paper” at a science conference, Ulam drew a square grid, thinking he might set up a chess problem; instead, he began numbering the intersections of the grid by spiraling out from the center. Then he idly began to circle the prime numbers the only integers that cannot be calculated by multiplying together other integers. He was astounded to find that sets of prime numbers arranged themselves along diagonal lines in the diagram. See Figure 1, where the primes are in the shaded cells; note the sequences such as 7, 23, 47, and 79, or 5, 19, 41, 71, 109.

 

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As as I was looking at the chart, I began to see winners from Florida's p-3 game in the chart. I found future winning numbers by first locating the last winning number, then looking at all the numbers highlighted in blue, which are prime numbers. Although it was a short test, my best performance was using the actual winning number straight, meaning if the last winner was 441, I would use 441, NOT 414, or 144.

Also, when you look up your last winning number, it can't be higher than 441 because the owner stopped at this number.

 

When back testing, look at all the numbers in horizontal and diagonal lines that are highlighted in blue. Those are the Prime numbers.

 

Florida, 441 is located at the bottom left corner, and just to the right in highlighted blue is 439. BINGO! 

July 2 mid-441

July 4 mid-439

 

 

 

July 2 eve-164

July 3 eve-631--- to the right next to 164 is 163

 

 

July 5 mid-021

July 5 eve-701----Note: 021 on the chart will be 21, and going up you'll see 17 highlighted in blue. BAM!!!!

 

 

 

Now this next one doesn't count because the winning number isn't highlighted in blue, but I just wanted to show you that the winner was in the same column as 701

June 5 eve-701

June 6 mid-114---7 boxes down from 17

 

 

Okay, this one is diagonal. And this too is not highlighted. down left by tow boxes diagonal.

June 9 mid-043

June 11 mid-115

 

 

July 10 eve-333

July 11 eve-713---winner is highlighted, from 333, go up diagonally to the left 8 boxes.

 

 

July 11 mid-115

July 11 eve-713----go up from 115 by 14 boxes, it's highlighted in blue...BAM!

 

 

July 13 mid-115---AGAIN, ha

July 15 mid-932----10th box to the left horizontally, also highlighted in blue. BAM !

Great idea!

How about them cowboys!

 

 

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