United States Member #42083 June 27, 2006 484 Posts Offline

Posted: August 31, 2016, 10:16 am - IP Logged

HOT DIGIT... or something more?

We all know about mirror pairs, consecutive pairs, and such. But what happens after the pair?

This post is not about stats or percentages. It is about what happens MOST of the time when a consecutive pair occurs.

Thoth has said all things will occur on average every 5 draws. Sums, short sums, root sums, digits.

So what if you could anticipate a digit hitting within a certain amount of time before that?

When a consecutive pair appears, one of those two digits is likely to occur within 3 draws.FACT !!!

While 2 digits is not as good as one, it is better than trying to figure which of three will repeat, if at all. Still, eliminating combos using one of 2 digits is very attainable. Even reducing down using 2 digits is attainable.

So how do you know which digit? As all things in lottery does, averages out over time, but does go in trends. For instance I researched KS further month by month to see if I could find an advantage. Over the course of time it all balanced out, but there were periods where the high digit appeared over so many times in a row, as did the low digit. So tracking which is appearing would be helpful.

I tracked KS for a period from June 26 to Aug 26. A consecutive pair appeared 60 times in 124 draws. 49 of those times one of the pair digits was in the next draw 21 times, within the next two draws 21 times, and the next three draws 7 times. That’s 49 out of 60 draws a pair digit was in the next draws. And only 11 times not within the three draws. Pretty consistent.

To see if it was just KS, I sampled a few other states and it’s about the same. MO, for example, 57 times in 124 draws. 27 times within one draw, 19 within two draws, and 4 times within 3 draws. Only 7 times did it not appear at all !!

Single draw states are a little slower. OK was 30 of 63 draws. 14 times in three draws, 7 times in two draws, and 5 times in three draws. 4 times did not show at all. Still pretty consistent. Again....is that to be expected of all single draw states? WI…..23 times in 63 draws. 13 within one draw, 7 within two draws, and only one in three draws. Only 2 times not all.

What about Mirror pairs??

Mirror pairs: 05 16 27 38 49 5 pairs

Not quite as strong as consecutive pairs, but still very consistent.

KS had 36 mirror pairs in 124 draws. How did it fare for repeats?

15 times within one draw, 11 times within two draws, and 4 times within 3 draws. 11 times not all.

MO? 33 times a mirror pair occurred. 19 times within one draw, 7 times within two draws, and 2 times within 3 draws. Only 5 times not all.

United States Member #42083 June 27, 2006 484 Posts Offline

Posted: August 31, 2016, 12:42 pm - IP Logged

Aug 30 MID-209 EVE-887

Aug 29 MID-646 EVE-352

This for KS. MID 8/31 I WOULD NOT play all these!!

Using the 3-4 rundown as my base, I first make pairs. Wheel the numbers with the pairs. Eliminate any that don't include a key number. Eliminate any with consecutive pairs.

Why eliminate all consecutive combo's? We just had 3 in a row. Likelihood of another very slim.

We have 3 consecutive pairs to base off of. I will show you the numbers for each. When I do a workout, I base off 3-4 rundown, compare to GoSeahawks matrix chart, put results in inspect 3, make decisions from there.

25 combos. Have to make a choice...Pick a set of keys or eliminate single or doubles. If I had to eliminate a set of keys, I would eliminate the 2-3 first. Why? The oldest. Less probability based on what I know. If I had to eliminate combo's based off singles or doubles. Singles..why? Last few times we had multiple consecutive pairs resulted in repeat doubles.

New Mexico United States Member #86099 January 29, 2010 11115 Posts Offline

Posted: August 31, 2016, 1:07 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by Jayhawk58 on August 31, 2016

Aug 30 MID-209 EVE-887

Aug 29 MID-646 EVE-352

This for KS. MID 8/31 I WOULD NOT play all these!!

Using the 3-4 rundown as my base, I first make pairs. Wheel the numbers with the pairs. Eliminate any that don't include a key number. Eliminate any with consecutive pairs.

Why eliminate all consecutive combo's? We just had 3 in a row. Likelihood of another very slim.

We have 3 consecutive pairs to base off of. I will show you the numbers for each. When I do a workout, I base off 3-4 rundown, compare to GoSeahawks matrix chart, put results in inspect 3, make decisions from there.

25 combos. Have to make a choice...Pick a set of keys or eliminate single or doubles. If I had to eliminate a set of keys, I would eliminate the 2-3 first. Why? The oldest. Less probability based on what I know. If I had to eliminate combo's based off singles or doubles. Singles..why? Last few times we had multiple consecutive pairs resulted in repeat doubles.

Madison, WI United States Member #172977 February 11, 2016 515 Posts Offline

Posted: August 31, 2016, 2:21 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by Jayhawk58 on August 31, 2016

HOT DIGIT... or something more?

We all know about mirror pairs, consecutive pairs, and such. But what happens after the pair?

This post is not about stats or percentages. It is about what happens MOST of the time when a consecutive pair occurs.

Thoth has said all things will occur on average every 5 draws. Sums, short sums, root sums, digits.

So what if you could anticipate a digit hitting within a certain amount of time before that?

When a consecutive pair appears, one of those two digits is likely to occur within 3 draws.FACT !!!

While 2 digits is not as good as one, it is better than trying to figure which of three will repeat, if at all. Still, eliminating combos using one of 2 digits is very attainable. Even reducing down using 2 digits is attainable.

So how do you know which digit? As all things in lottery does, averages out over time, but does go in trends. For instance I researched KS further month by month to see if I could find an advantage. Over the course of time it all balanced out, but there were periods where the high digit appeared over so many times in a row, as did the low digit. So tracking which is appearing would be helpful.

I tracked KS for a period from June 26 to Aug 26. A consecutive pair appeared 60 times in 124 draws. 49 of those times one of the pair digits was in the next draw 21 times, within the next two draws 21 times, and the next three draws 7 times. That’s 49 out of 60 draws a pair digit was in the next draws. And only 11 times not within the three draws. Pretty consistent.

To see if it was just KS, I sampled a few other states and it’s about the same. MO, for example, 57 times in 124 draws. 27 times within one draw, 19 within two draws, and 4 times within 3 draws. Only 7 times did it not appear at all !!

Single draw states are a little slower. OK was 30 of 63 draws. 14 times in three draws, 7 times in two draws, and 5 times in three draws. 4 times did not show at all. Still pretty consistent. Again....is that to be expected of all single draw states? WI…..23 times in 63 draws. 13 within one draw, 7 within two draws, and only one in three draws. Only 2 times not all.

What about Mirror pairs??

Mirror pairs: 05 16 27 38 49 5 pairs

Not quite as strong as consecutive pairs, but still very consistent.

KS had 36 mirror pairs in 124 draws. How did it fare for repeats?

15 times within one draw, 11 times within two draws, and 4 times within 3 draws. 11 times not all.

MO? 33 times a mirror pair occurred. 19 times within one draw, 7 times within two draws, and 2 times within 3 draws. Only 5 times not all.

What's your next workout look like???

You said this post was not about stats or percentages, then filled the post with stats and phrases like most of the time and likely. Interesting.

United States Member #42083 June 27, 2006 484 Posts Offline

Posted: August 31, 2016, 3:03 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by Jayhawk58 on August 31, 2016

Aug 30 MID-209 EVE-887

Aug 29 MID-646 EVE-352

This for KS. MID 8/31 I WOULD NOT play all these!!

Using the 3-4 rundown as my base, I first make pairs. Wheel the numbers with the pairs. Eliminate any that don't include a key number. Eliminate any with consecutive pairs.

Why eliminate all consecutive combo's? We just had 3 in a row. Likelihood of another very slim.

We have 3 consecutive pairs to base off of. I will show you the numbers for each. When I do a workout, I base off 3-4 rundown, compare to GoSeahawks matrix chart, put results in inspect 3, make decisions from there.

25 combos. Have to make a choice...Pick a set of keys or eliminate single or doubles. If I had to eliminate a set of keys, I would eliminate the 2-3 first. Why? The oldest. Less probability based on what I know. If I had to eliminate combo's based off singles or doubles. Singles..why? Last few times we had multiple consecutive pairs resulted in repeat doubles.

Another thought...digit 1 is out 9 draws.......

Aug 31 MID- 862

Two of the consecutive pair digits. Was in my rundown but I eliminated because we just had 2 all even combinations. Didn't think there would be another so soon.

Does support the statement.....Will occur. Even the 23 consecutive pair showed up within 3 draws.

I have good success with this. The previous draw was a double which can be a little more cantankerous to figure out. But my keys help narrow it down. And it was there.

Madison, WI United States Member #172977 February 11, 2016 515 Posts Offline

Posted: August 31, 2016, 6:43 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by Jayhawk58 on August 31, 2016

HOT DIGIT... or something more?

We all know about mirror pairs, consecutive pairs, and such. But what happens after the pair?

This post is not about stats or percentages. It is about what happens MOST of the time when a consecutive pair occurs.

Thoth has said all things will occur on average every 5 draws. Sums, short sums, root sums, digits.

So what if you could anticipate a digit hitting within a certain amount of time before that?

When a consecutive pair appears, one of those two digits is likely to occur within 3 draws.FACT !!!

While 2 digits is not as good as one, it is better than trying to figure which of three will repeat, if at all. Still, eliminating combos using one of 2 digits is very attainable. Even reducing down using 2 digits is attainable.

So how do you know which digit? As all things in lottery does, averages out over time, but does go in trends. For instance I researched KS further month by month to see if I could find an advantage. Over the course of time it all balanced out, but there were periods where the high digit appeared over so many times in a row, as did the low digit. So tracking which is appearing would be helpful.

I tracked KS for a period from June 26 to Aug 26. A consecutive pair appeared 60 times in 124 draws. 49 of those times one of the pair digits was in the next draw 21 times, within the next two draws 21 times, and the next three draws 7 times. That’s 49 out of 60 draws a pair digit was in the next draws. And only 11 times not within the three draws. Pretty consistent.

To see if it was just KS, I sampled a few other states and it’s about the same. MO, for example, 57 times in 124 draws. 27 times within one draw, 19 within two draws, and 4 times within 3 draws. Only 7 times did it not appear at all !!

Single draw states are a little slower. OK was 30 of 63 draws. 14 times in three draws, 7 times in two draws, and 5 times in three draws. 4 times did not show at all. Still pretty consistent. Again....is that to be expected of all single draw states? WI…..23 times in 63 draws. 13 within one draw, 7 within two draws, and only one in three draws. Only 2 times not all.

What about Mirror pairs??

Mirror pairs: 05 16 27 38 49 5 pairs

Not quite as strong as consecutive pairs, but still very consistent.

KS had 36 mirror pairs in 124 draws. How did it fare for repeats?

15 times within one draw, 11 times within two draws, and 4 times within 3 draws. 11 times not all.

MO? 33 times a mirror pair occurred. 19 times within one draw, 7 times within two draws, and 2 times within 3 draws. Only 5 times not all.

What's your next workout look like???

I reread your post more carefully, and I do like what you are looking for.

However,

The premise is that "when a consecutive pair appears, one of those two digits is likely to occur within 3 draws." FACT.

This statement is absolutely true. But I would encourage you to look at whether that really has anything to do with the consecutive pair appearing or not. I think if you look at it, any digit is likely to occur within 3 draws. If likely means something along the lines of greater than 50% chance. I know you don't like the numbers, but the fact is that any digit, over three pick 3 draws, will show once or more about 61% of the time, which I would say makes it likely.

When you expand it to looking for either digit of a pair, your are talking about 2 potential digits. With any two distinct digits, over three pick 3 draws, one of the two digits will show once or more about 87% of the time, which I would say makes it very likely, and looks a lot like the numbers you were getting.

United States Member #164727 March 12, 2015 2506 Posts Offline

Posted: August 31, 2016, 10:18 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by amber123 on August 31, 2016

This works nicely in the new Florida p-2 game. A lot of hits the very next draw. Only one time below was there a skip of one day.

The next step is to find the second digit to play with. Great job !

August 1 eve-34

August 2 mid-35

August 4 mid-87

August 5 mid-28

August 6 eve-65

August 7 eve-46

August 11 eve-01

August 12 eve-11

August 17 eve-01

August 18 eve-11

August 20 mid-43

August 20 eve-94

August 26 eve-54

August 27 mid-55

August 27 eve-34

August 27 eve-34

August 29 eve-74

August 28 eve-78

August 29 eve-74

I just noticed something. Out of the nine examples I showed from Florida, The back number in each of those nine winning numbers except for one, was NOT a consecutive or same number. That narrows the possibilities from 10 down to 3, making it so far in August, 8 out of 9 wins.

Example, In the first example below, the number 3 repeated on August 2 mid. So my bet would be the 3 and 4. But look at the number below the 4, which is a 5 it's a consecutive of 4, meaning it went up by 1. So all I would have done in this bet is to play the following sets to win.

I have to cover the 3 and the 4 right? 3X and 4X. Since we know that 90% of the time there will be a consecutive, same or vertical number of the back number in the next two consecutive draws, the cost will only be 6 bucks in each draw..

EDIT: Did you notice that they were ALL UP by one. Not even one down by one. HA

The combinations to play would have been,

sets to win

3=33 34 35

4=42 43 44

August 1 eve-34

August 2 mid-35-----a consecutive of 4.

August 4 mid-87

August 5 mid-28--consecutive of 7 up by one

August 6 eve-65

August 7 eve-46----consecutive of 5 up by one

August 11 eve-01

August 12 eve-11--same number

August 17 eve-01

August 18 eve-11---same number

August 20 mid-43

August 20 eve-94---consecutive of 3 going up by one

August 26 eve-54

August 27 mid-55----consecutive of 4 up by one

August 27 eve-34---same

August 28 eve-78

August 29 eve-74-----THE ONLY EXCEPTION NOT A CONSECUTIVE OF 8