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# Missouri Show Me Cash 5/39

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San Angelo, Texas
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This is my first workout for a random number generator game.
The following information is drawn from 41 consecutive drawings for the Missouri Show Me Cash 5/39 game.
The Link contains the basic workout information and procedures.
Since I'm standing alone with very little if any interest by anyone other than myself, I'm
going to use a wheel, instead of the Alpha Numeric Substitution method I introduced for NYTake5/39
Choosing 3 integers from each Decade to provide 12 total integers is the Standard.
My analysis of the full and partial Alpha Signatures logged on the Game History chart
yielded 4 Signatures that I'll be using. These are subject to change pending on future drawing results.

The four Decade trend charts I've created for this game generated these integers have the best
chance of being in the next winning combination.

1.5.9...11.15.17..20.23.29..30.34.39

Thus:

ABCDD 1.11.20.30.34
AABCD  5.9.15.23.39
ABBCC  1.15.17.20.23
BBCCD  11.17.20.29.30

The Alpha assignments are personal choices to achieve balance, rather than a formal Wheeling System.

Personally, I don't think there is going to be a significant difference with a ball machine.
My workout uses the winning integers to drive the individual worksheets.
How the winning integers were generated is NOT a consideration.
Again, except for some kindergarten arithmetic, there are no mathematical formulae, no algorithms, no highs and lows, no odds and evens, no odds,
no probability, no statistical charts, or any other factors are used.
The question is What's Next?
The trends lines in the various tracking charts are analyzed for the best answers.

San Angelo, Texas
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Results for 1017 Drawing:

Winning combination: 11.13.28.36.39/BBCDD

ABCDD 1.11.20.30.34
AABCD  5.9.15.23.39
ABBCC  1.15.17.20.23
BBCCD  11.17.20.29.30

2 hits - 11 and 39.
No wins.

San Angelo, Texas
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 Posted: October 18, 2016, 3:59 pm - IP Logged

Here are my best guesses for 1018:

1.10.20.32.33
5.9.15.23.38.
10.17.20.29.32
5.15.17.23.29

Where oh where has Block 16 gone??
It's been missing in action for 27 consecutive draws!!

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Here are the 1018 results and my educated guesses for 1019.

1018 - 12.14.20.22.26/BBCCC

One hit (20)

1019

3.10.22.31.33
6.7.15.25.36
10.18.22.27.31
3.15.18.25.27

San Angelo, Texas
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Here are to 1019 results and my choices for 1020.

1019 - 11.14.26.33.36/BBCDD

Two hits (33, 36)

1020

3.10.22.31.33
6.7.15.25.36
10.18.22.27.31
3.15.18.25.27

Good luck!

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 Posted: October 21, 2016, 10:46 am - IP Logged

Here are 1020 results:

1020 - 1.8.18.27.36/AABCD

Three hits (18,27,36)

1021  Plays:

3.11.20.32.35
5.7.15.24.39
11.17.24.26.32
3.15.17.20.24

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Here are 1021 results:

1021 - 4.15.22.27.29/ABCCC

One hit (15)

1022 plays:

3.11.22.32.35
5.7.15.24.39
11.17.24.26.32
3.15.17.22.26

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1022 - 4.9.21.23.31/AACCD

No hits

1023 plays

3.11.22.32.35
5.7.15.24.39
11.17.24.26.32
3.15.17.22.26

This will be my last post for this game.
Hard to believe that '16' has been 'out' for 30 consecutive drawings.
In my opinion, I don't think RNG games are any harder to win than
the ball machines.
All you need is a rational and complete data base and the mental capacity
to identify and apply useful clues.
Doesn't mean you will make correct choices for  every drawing, but it will give you
a better chance at winning.

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 Posted: November 2, 2016, 10:45 am - IP Logged

FYI,,,, FWIW

I've reorganized my MO 5/39 workbook.
I've gone back to the original workout described in the NYTake5 post.
The revision gives a player two workouts, one using Gaps and second using Values.
I'll be testing the Gaps.
Wheels are good, but not a good learning tool.
Why is a Texan spending time and energy on a Mo game?
Primarily because MO is a random number generator game.
Texas has ball machines, but, given the politicians demand for more spending money, anything can happen - and in Texas, it usually does.
It also helps my renewed attempts to win a 'measly' jackpot in Texas Cash 5/37.
Jackpots range around \$15 grand, while 5/5 may pay \$400.
But, in lottery gambling, you never know.
I'll be posting 3 sets in the Prediction forum.

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 Posted: November 4, 2016, 12:57 pm - IP Logged

Here are my Playbook choices for 1104
Read: Section, Integers, Alpha Signatures, Plays
A - 679 - AABCD - 6.7.13.21.35
B - 13.17 - ACCCD - 9.21.22.23.39
C - 21.22.23 - BBCDD - 13.17.22.35.39
D - 35.39

I'm using Gap Followers .
Emphasis on Last 3 partial signatures: BCD, CCD, CDD.

Scored one 2/5 in the 1103 drawing.

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