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Predicting winning numbers? Fact or fiction?

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Do you REALLY think it is possible to predict winning numbers?

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with the right tools, data, intuition and mind set it is definitely possible.

"with the right tools, data, intuition and mind set it is definitely possible"

Alot of folks don't realize, that's where it all begins..!

Personal visualization, leads to Manifestations..!!

....It's also written...!!!......................................

-Stat$talker

...MATH... The final Stochastic frontier...

These are the Lottery Voyages of Stat$talker..!!

The ongoing Mission,..to seek out the Laws of "Probability Math"...

 to master its rules to invoke...to Conquer ALL Major Jackpots..!!

...To boldly go,... Where NO Player has gone before...!!

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    "Year in, year out, in New York's Take5 game the biggest hitter in 365 draws will almost always have 58 hits."

    It's almost as if we might successfully predict how often some random event will happen, isn't it?  Of course that's a lot different than predicting when some specific event will happen.

    The laws of probability are about what's probable, and what's probable has a predictable chance of happening. Not coincidentally, it's very probable that the number that comes up the most in 365 drawings of a 5/39 game will come up 58 times. Probability also tells us how likely it is for that number to come up 57 or 59 times. Probability tells us how many of the numbers will probably be selected 55 times, 54 times, and so on. In short, probability does a pretty good job of predicting how often any of the possible outcomes will happen.

    What probability can't do is predict which of the possible outcomes will happen at a particular time. Probability tells us that it's very probable that the most selected number in a daily 5/39 game will come up 58 times in a year and will almost certainly come up between 56 and 60 times, but it doesn't tell us ahead of time what that number will be.

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      "Year in, year out, in New York's Take5 game the biggest hitter in 365 draws will almost always have 58 hits."

      It's almost as if we might successfully predict how often some random event will happen, isn't it?  Of course that's a lot different than predicting when some specific event will happen.

      The laws of probability are about what's probable, and what's probable has a predictable chance of happening. Not coincidentally, it's very probable that the number that comes up the most in 365 drawings of a 5/39 game will come up 58 times. Probability also tells us how likely it is for that number to come up 57 or 59 times. Probability tells us how many of the numbers will probably be selected 55 times, 54 times, and so on. In short, probability does a pretty good job of predicting how often any of the possible outcomes will happen.

      What probability can't do is predict which of the possible outcomes will happen at a particular time. Probability tells us that it's very probable that the most selected number in a daily 5/39 game will come up 58 times in a year and will almost certainly come up between 56 and 60 times, but it doesn't tell us ahead of time what that number will be.

      I enjoyed reading your reply and I thank you for it.

      You hit the nail squarely on the head when you wrote about probability being unable to tell me when an event will happen.  That's what I've experienced during the four or five years since I first discovered/learned that the big hitter in 365 drawings of a 5/39 game will hit very close to 58 times. I've known a certain number was going to come out a lot, but I never knew when it was going to come out.  The best I could ever do with knowing a number was going to be drawn more often than other numbers was to play it very often. But I ll freely admit to you that more often than not, the big hitter was not drawn.   

      I always like to think of the big hitter as being a "free number".  If the big hitter does come out, then I've reduced the odds in a 5/39 game from 575,757 to 1 down to 3,387 to 1 because I only have to match 4 other numbers to win the jackpot.  (That said, I've never won a jackpot knowing which number will hit the most in one years time.)

      I've also learned that I can usually tell which number will be the biggest hitter of any given year by the end of March or April.  It's been my experience that the biggest hitter of the year will typically have 14 or 15 hits on March 31st, and 19 or 20 on April 30th. On July 1st it will have 28, 29 or 30 hits.  I've seen that happen in many states 5/39 games in many different years. (It doesn't guarantee the number will have 58 hits by December 31st, but more often than not it does.) On July 1st, by identifying which number is most likely to have 58 hits on December 31st allows me to play it very frequently during the second half of the year. I've had some success with knowing that info as I've gotten quite a few three number matches and a few 4 number matches as well.  (In NY's Take5, #19 had 29 hits on June 30, 2019 and as of last night it currently has 56) G5

      Players who've won large lottery jackpots have something in common. Many of them say "I've played the lottery for years, but I never won anything but small prizes."   That's normal or typical, but it's also why you should not get discouraged and stop playing.  Who knows?  Maybe someday you'll say "I've played the lottery for years...."

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        With the End of the Year approaching I thought it would be good to put this to a little test.  I am only Tracking Ohio and California.  Since I Play California, I thought I would Share Ohio.  The Following are 5 Years of Ohio Draws arranged by Hit Totals for the Year.  The 2 Decimal Values are the Skip back to the Peak Value from December 31.  There are currently 4 Draws Left in 2019.  If a Numbers Peak Skip is equal to or less than 4 Draws it has a Green Background.

        [5_3x_Draws.xlsm]Ohio_Rolling_Cash_5_39! Annual Hits Largest to Smallest with Peak Skips

        Date

        Saturday, December 28, 2019

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        Days Remaining in 2019

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        This is interesting and I think useful for isolating by Hit Groupings.  I am showing 5 Colors for numbers above grouping hits. 

        Any Ideas on using this?

        I can run other states, but you will need to send me the draw data.

        A few hits or the Big One before New Years Day would be a nice way to end this POS Year 2019


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          Hi everyone. (This is going to be quite a post, and you may or may not choose to read it all, but for me, it will be peace of mind to have my thoughts out there for generations to come and it will help me keep my mind occupied.) Sorry for the absence. I'm thinking that posting some will help get my mind off stuff and help all of us out a little also. So I'm going to be back on quite a bit more sharing. I've put so much time into this over the years. Breaks now and then of course, because of life, but still never got out of it completely. Once time was made that I could put as much time into it as I wanted, it started flowing a little more freely on what to do and what to look for. Building what I have has taken years I will say. Creating, fixing, making and the like has always been a big part of who I am. I just enjoy it. It's so much more fulfilling to me to create my own ideas and see them come to fruition. To test myself to see what I may or may not be capable of. I've never minded doing all the stuff that others may not see as easy. I never minded crawling into the dark, hot, deep hard to get to areas of pretty much anything. Snakes, spiders, dust dirt and grime never scared me from getting the job done. I've pulled wire up in attics that was so hot that I've had to undress, hand my clothes out to be rung out of the sweat and put them on and go back to work. Crawled into places so tight that I've had to shovel my way to get where I needed be and had snakes just look at me and shake their heads. (Not really on the snakes, although I have crawled around with a many of them.) It's just who I am to do what it takes to get it done.

          Working on these games is just like everything else to me. You've got to put the time and work into it. And although it is setting with a keyboard and mouse, looking at a screen, it is work. It's the most work my brain has ever done. Getting the ideas to test and try and having to figure out how to make what your mind is seeing happen. Your body just setting for hours on end, or even days, trying to get those ideas working so you can see the results. It takes a toll on the brain and can burn you out. I have gotten back up to 170 pounds from not getting the exercising work that I'm used to everyday, although some of it is in the gut area. I don't much care for that, but with me, it's hard for me to put on weight the way I run, so at least I'm getting that out of it. But it's still stressful. Especially on the brain.

          It had to start somewhere though. Any idea does. The more I've worked on it, the more I've seen and learned. The more I have learned, the more that has came to me on what to do next. It really has been one chain of events to another with it. My foundation started simple with these bigger games. Just a simple counting method of keeping track. That counting method made patterns, discernible patterns that could be used to identify what direction to take next. Once the layout of the "system" was made, the idea of knowing what happened where came to mind. So stats was run on the system. This was vital to ensure the quality of the system. You have to know what happens where to know what to look for next. Once that was made and tested that allowed me to trim off the excess fat. What wasn't needed was tossed. Gotten out of the way before any further ciphering was done. I had to dig and go to the outer reaches to get it back to the simplest form. It was the most necessary part of all of it and put what I've created where it is now. I've learned with working on this that you have to be mentally all in to make it happen. You have to have that mindset to accomplish anything. Good luck doesn't just happen to all of us. It sure hasn't to me.

          This that I've created, is simplicity. It just looks complex. The thought process behind it is basic math. 1st grade education at best. What it does is it sets out your options per pick, in numeric order and not drawn order of course into 2 large groups. One group will be heralded as an odd group and another as an even group per picks 1 through 5. Inside each of those 2 groups, you will have 2 subsets of groups even and odd. So off the bat you have a set of odd options for pick 1 and a set of even options for pick 1. One of those two sets will have your next winning number in it. Under those 2 sets, you will have the 2 subsets that your next winning number will be in. Look at it as if you had a square that was halved vertically and horizontally. One of those 4 inner cubes will have your next winning number inside it. You just have to choose which one. What goes inside those sections depends on the stats that I've ran to know what to put in there to start with. If you take a 5/43 draw, you have options 1 thru 39 only that could be your smallest number. 2-40 as your second and so on. That means that you have 40 total options that could be your first pick. Then you have to choose from a lesser pool for the next and next picks. Depending on what you choose to start with. But why? Why have so many options  for the smallest pick. How many times does 39 show up as the first number? 20 or above for that matter. I can tell you to the number how many times each does where. Why complicate the thought process and cause yourself the extra stress of having so many options? There is no need in it. I know that because of running stats, that there are 10 numbers that show up as the smallest pick 78.27% of the time here in 4,813 draws. Does that mean that those numbers are guaranteed to come up next? No, but that is a high percentage for a large pool of games. If you have 10 options to start with, and they are spread out into 4 sections, how much better is your chances of getting the smallest pick correct? Especially with that kind of percentage. There are times that you will see one section blank because of the inner math, so then you only have 3 cubes to look at.

          Each of those 4 sections is then broken down into more subsets. It would be like adding vertical lines into the cube and inside those lines you have your winning number in one of them. There are actually 128 different subsets that would have to be in each single square. Mathematically that's what it would take. Through stats, I was able to find out that there is a WHOLE LOT of those subsets that has either, never happened or has happened only a handful of times. Why look at those? Doesn't mean it won't happen, but, it happens so little that if it does occur, you're not really missing but those few times. Tossed. Toss it out and don't cloud your brain with the meaningless. By cutting out the does not and seldom happens right off the bat, you are cutting your chances of a 5 of 5 down, but you ARE still leaving plenty of possible 5 of 5's left to win. I know that with a 4 cube system like this, that there should be on average 3 options per cube. That gives 12 options total. 12 is 3 summed and part of the 3/4 or 75% that I believe life is about. I won't get into all that right now, but it is important. I've ran so many thru tests with this at 3% to 6% per pick, that I pretty well know that now is another reason I say this. As it stands where I have this set to now, I know that ten numbers are 78.27% of the smallest pick. I know that thirteen numbers make up 65.33% of the second number. Fourteen make up 63.96% of the third. Thirteen makeup 50.10% of the fourth. Ten make up 62.46% of the fifth. That is through 4,813 draws. With that amount of options per pick, just for starters without any narrowing down or further filtering, I had for the full year of 2019, minus tonight's draw, 37 draws that I had 5 of 5 in my options with an average of 3 draws per month that all the winning numbers was there to start with. Doesn't sound like much? Try it at 1-39, 2-40, 3-41, 4-42 and 5-43. That is before filtering anything. There was 93 games that the 4 of 4 possibility was there and 124 times that a 3 of 3 was there. That's a total of 254 out of 364 games that I had at least a 3 of 3 showing with that little of options to start with.

          For 2018, there was a total of 42 games with a 5 of 5 showing up with an average of 4 games per month. 90 4 of 4's and 121 3 of 3's. That's 253 games with at least a 3 of 3 possibility with few options.

          2017 there was 48 games with an average of 4 games per month. 97 4 of 4's and 106 3 of 3's. That was 251 draws with at least a 3 of 3 before any filtering.

          In total that was 127 games out of 1094 that I had a 5 of 5 showing up with few options and no filtering at all. With an average of 4 games a month it being there.

          280 games with a 4 of 4 with an average of 8 games per month.

          351 games with a 3 of 3 with an average of 10 games per month.

          233 games with a 2 of 2 with an average of 6 games per month.

          A whopping 102 of 1,094 draws that only a 1 of 5 showed up. That was an average of 3 games a month.

          So you actually have better odds of a 5 of 5 showing up than a 1 of 5 with this. This is without any filtering down whatsoever. That is just by cutting out what has not happened much and only using what has the most.

          Pick by position stats?

          Out of 1,094 draws.

          805 games the first pick was there. That's 73.52% of the draws. With 10 options to start with.

          610 times the second pick was there. That's 55.7% of the time. With 13 options to start with.

          664 times the third pick was there. That's 60.64% of the time. With 14 options to start with.

          Only 496 times the fourth pick was there and that's 45.30% of the time. With 13 options to start with.

          But 806 times the fifth pick was there. That's 73.61% of the time. With 10 options to start with.

          With the way this is set up, it takes more numbers for the 3rd and 4th position to get those larger wins. I can actually cut the 2nd's options down some and still keep close to these results. What makes those two positions different I do not know. I do know that those 2 picks have less subsets inside the four sections of the cube than any other position. There is 23 subsets only in the 3rd pick position out of 128 subsets. With the next winning number showing up in 1 of 4 of those subsets over 90% of the time. It's a high 90%. With the 4th pick, there is only 27 out of 128 subsets again with the winning number showing up in 1 of 4 subsets over 90% of the time. There is 37 out of 128 subsets for the 2nd pick for example. Each pick has a different amount of subsets depending on their own statistics.

          I have ran the 69 group set of the Powerball through this with the same results. Without the bonus ball figured in, because I'm not setup yet for the bonus ball, but the 5 white balls are showing similar results. A 5 of 5 is showing up about 3 times per month with about the same amount of options per pick. You do have to up the percentages on it a little which does give you a few more options per, but it's not that much of a difference. For 26 more balls, it's really not.

          I know, this isn't telling anyone what to play. It is, I think however, showing that you can cut down your chances and actually win more than what they say the odds are. This is where my post in the math section came about. Those tests was ran using this theory to see just what it would take with just a guesstimate and actually having the numbers there that was drawn. That would have been having 3 numbers per cube, picking one number per cube to play per position and having the winning number in your 4 options per pick.

          I know this is long. I know that not many will read it all. It is here though if anyone decides to. It's not really giving away how or what this does, but it could help someone set something up to build on. If they so chose to.

          Happy New Year and best of luck to all!

          You can't steal second and keep your foot on FIRST!!!

          “Strength does not come from winning. Your struggles develop your strengths.
          When you go through hardships and decide not to surrender, that is strength”.

          -Arnold (Ahnald) Schwarzenegger-

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            I gave up on systems and predicting along time ago. I do however believe in intuition to point which is why i pick my own numbers.

            "Without wood a fire goes out; without gossip, conflict calms down.

            Like adding charcoal to embers or wood to fire, quarrelsome people kindle strife."

            Proverbs 26: 20-21

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              I took the time to read the entire post. I can see that a lot of time,thought and research has went into your project. The lottery is not for the 

              faint of heart that's for sure. I am fair at excel and try to do most of my hunting on my own, but at times I've reached out to people at LP

              for help. These people have come thru to help me and it's been appreciated very much. I think it's kind of like "The thrill of the hunt " for me.

              Maybe one day,who knows. Anyway I enjoyed reading your post and good luck to you.


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                I gave up on systems and predicting along time ago. I do however believe in intuition to point which is why i pick my own numbers.

                Hello Candlelight777,

                I started a thread on that years ago and it got kinda laughed at by some. That intuition plays more of a part than most would think. Sometimes "that" number does just jump out at ya. Then you don't play it, it hits, then you kick yourself. I do use it with this and my 3 and 4 work. This is something more of a personal need to know basis than anything for me. I just have to know if it can be done. I'll either end up with a large win or insane so it will be alright or it won't much matter either way won't it.

                You can't steal second and keep your foot on FIRST!!!

                “Strength does not come from winning. Your struggles develop your strengths.
                When you go through hardships and decide not to surrender, that is strength”.

                -Arnold (Ahnald) Schwarzenegger-


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                  I took the time to read the entire post. I can see that a lot of time,thought and research has went into your project. The lottery is not for the 

                  faint of heart that's for sure. I am fair at excel and try to do most of my hunting on my own, but at times I've reached out to people at LP

                  for help. These people have come thru to help me and it's been appreciated very much. I think it's kind of like "The thrill of the hunt " for me.

                  Maybe one day,who knows. Anyway I enjoyed reading your post and good luck to you.

                  Hey ram,

                  Thanks for reading it all. I didn't figure a lot would and yes, I've put years into this. No, it's not for the faint of heart. Not to make something happen anyway. I've never been much on fear myself, so I don't care to put the work in. LOL. I'm not that good with excel either. I've had to get help with some things on forums and friends on here, but I've also figured out things I've posted on forums that they couldn't. It's all about how much you want to make something happen I guess. Met a lot of really smart people that was just so nice and helped for sure. They have all been greatly thanked. I have to put a lot of time into not figuring it out before wanting to bother someone for help though. I can't stand the thought of bothering someone.

                  The thrill of the hunt is what makes it worthwhile for me. Whatever it is. I love to figure things out and see it working.

                  You will. Just keep it up.

                  Thanks for reading it all and best of luck to you!

                  You can't steal second and keep your foot on FIRST!!!

                  “Strength does not come from winning. Your struggles develop your strengths.
                  When you go through hardships and decide not to surrender, that is strength”.

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                    I took the time to read the entire post. I can see that a lot of time,thought and research has went into your project. The lottery is not for the 

                    faint of heart that's for sure. I am fair at excel and try to do most of my hunting on my own, but at times I've reached out to people at LP

                    for help. These people have come thru to help me and it's been appreciated very much. I think it's kind of like "The thrill of the hunt " for me.

                    Maybe one day,who knows. Anyway I enjoyed reading your post and good luck to you.

                    I not only read the whole thing, I copied it to my reference files.  I might use it as a preface to my Autobiography if I get Famous for Hitting it Big.  It’s a Lonely Highway but at least there are a few of us taking it.

                    In the end it is all about THE INVENTORY, MAN.  By that I mean Every Filter has it’s own impact on the Inventory of Options in the Position and Every Code has it’s own impact on the Combination Inventory.  Matching them produces the small number of Set one desires.

                    Inventory Counts by Filter are variable and fairly constant.  They can be calculated in the history and then the hit % can be compared to the inventory %.  Subtracting the Inv % from the hit% show those “Things” that are hitting more then the inv%. 

                    But Beware.  Those things that happen most in a position almost never hit at the same time.

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                      I am probably no better than most at picking numbers,  Sure my ideas might sound Interesting or Goofy, but they give me a "Reason" or description of what I am Picking.  All Well and Good for Me, but Random does not even look at it or care at all.

                      I am just hoping that Random Will Crash into Me if I Stand in the Right Box.


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                        I not only read the whole thing, I copied it to my reference files.  I might use it as a preface to my Autobiography if I get Famous for Hitting it Big.  It’s a Lonely Highway but at least there are a few of us taking it.

                        In the end it is all about THE INVENTORY, MAN.  By that I mean Every Filter has it’s own impact on the Inventory of Options in the Position and Every Code has it’s own impact on the Combination Inventory.  Matching them produces the small number of Set one desires.

                        Inventory Counts by Filter are variable and fairly constant.  They can be calculated in the history and then the hit % can be compared to the inventory %.  Subtracting the Inv % from the hit% show those “Things” that are hitting more then the inv%. 

                        But Beware.  Those things that happen most in a position almost never hit at the same time.

                        Well thanks for reading it all AllenB. I'll only take a small percentage of the book sales profits. LOL.

                        And yes, it is a lonely highway. Been alone a whole lot working on this. Been alone a whole lot period in my life. But it's ok.

                        You are correct on the filters, inventory and combinations. The wrong filter and you cut out the winning number. You don't have the number in your inventory, you definitely aren't going to pick it cause it's not ever there to begin with. The combinations on the way this works isn't really a problem. You start at the bottom rung of the ladder then you have to take the next step to get to go on up.

                        This works off keys for filters. There is one main book that will lay out the numbers for a months worth of draws. It does all the calculations to fill in cubes for the days draws. Each pick has it's own "cube" I call it. Each pick has 9 keys that you CAN use to filter on down. So there are 45 keys total per game. For each of those 9 keys there are 9 other books that is used to decide what to do. 3 books work on even or odd and the other 6 work on up or down. You set one even/odd key to say odd, you are going to cut your options down for that particular position by half or more. Like with pick 1, there was 805 times of 1,094 draws the winning number was there. With the number coming up being there that amount of times, you can set that key as odd, cut down your options to half or more, pick a number then switch that key to even and pick from that pool.

                        Let me put it this way would be better. I'm not the best at explaining or even talking to be honest. With 4 sets, you have odd/odd, odd/even, even/even, even/odd.

                        Say you have 10 numbers to pick from at the start. Let's pick one key as odd/odd. Under that section of odd/odd, you will have from 0 to around 3 numbers. If there is no number showing, you know that odd/odd is not the keys to use. If there is numbers showing, check the other 7 filters and see what it says to do or just pick one.

                        Same thing for odd/even, even/even and even/odd. If you are having your number showing up 73% of the time, you've got a pretty good chance of it being there. That's just setting 2 filters and guessing you've got pretty good odds. I'll fix up a section and post it to show more what I'm talking about. I'll have to cut out the headers as I did before but will leave what shows the 4 sections as to what they are.

                        Of those 45 keys. On average, there is about 12 that are completely random and will be singular to themselves. That means that they will be unique in how they worked out. With those other 33 keys, you will have an average every game that 4 of those keys will do the exact same thing. Meaning I can take a look and see if one key matches more keys movement, I can set 4 the same and knock out the correct numbers. That will leave either 29 keys, 25 keys or less that will either be 3 or 2 other keys doing the same thing. There are times I can look at a keys movement and I know exactly what to do. Sometimes, it is a bit of a guess. But there hasn't been one game that there wasn't a time that I didn't know at least 3 movements. Sometimes 1 key will put you in the right direction. Sometimes 2. The good thing about it is if you do set a key wrong, it will clear off all your options and you know you got something wrong. Then it's go back and see what wasn't right.

                        Like I said, it sounds more complex than it is. If a real mathematician saw what this did, they'd laugh. Their minds would have to look at it a little after seeing what it does with a "hmmm" in there, but the laugh that would come would be there.

                        I'll get a screenshot of a section and post it.

                        Thanks for the reply and reading it all. (Don't really want a kickback on the book, lol).

                        You can't steal second and keep your foot on FIRST!!!

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                        When you go through hardships and decide not to surrender, that is strength”.

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                          I am probably no better than most at picking numbers,  Sure my ideas might sound Interesting or Goofy, but they give me a "Reason" or description of what I am Picking.  All Well and Good for Me, but Random does not even look at it or care at all.

                          I am just hoping that Random Will Crash into Me if I Stand in the Right Box.

                          I've seen you do some pretty amazing things on here. Any idea tried is never bad. Well, within reason I'll say. Drugs, is never a good idea, but there are those out there. But any idea to actually do something in life, even as goofy as working on lottery numbers, is never bad. Much like you, it's the thought if actually putting in the work and using what we created to pick that winner. It's just so much more satisfying to me. The using these ideas that I completely give credit to the Good Lord above for putting into my head, is more important to me than the money. I don't require much to survive, but want my family to have. The making it happen, in my mind and soul, no money can buy.

                          I would be willing to bet that if you look real close at what you've worked on, it's not as random as you think. I know, I know, before anyone says anything, "he's crazy", but is it really random? I know it's a bunch of balls bouncing around in a hopper or it's a computer popping them out. But, what if there really was a mathematical path to it? What if there was times that the math of it, made it what it is? I've seen some very very strange happenings with this. Things that did not seem possible, but happened just the same. I wish I knew how I really feel about it being completely random as opposed to mathematically not possible at times. Don't count me as completely insane, but don't slap the jacket on me just yet either. Actually, anyone that says they are completely sane is either lying or not all there anyway. Ever walk 10 foot into the kitchen and completely forget why you walked in there for? How about tell yourself or someone, "hey, I've not seen so and so in I don't know when", only to bump into them the next day? That little part in our brains always wander how that happens doesn't it and we get that little bit of bewilderment?

                          You can't steal second and keep your foot on FIRST!!!

                          “Strength does not come from winning. Your struggles develop your strengths.
                          When you go through hardships and decide not to surrender, that is strength”.

                          -Arnold (Ahnald) Schwarzenegger-

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                            I've seen you do some pretty amazing things on here. Any idea tried is never bad. Well, within reason I'll say. Drugs, is never a good idea, but there are those out there. But any idea to actually do something in life, even as goofy as working on lottery numbers, is never bad. Much like you, it's the thought if actually putting in the work and using what we created to pick that winner. It's just so much more satisfying to me. The using these ideas that I completely give credit to the Good Lord above for putting into my head, is more important to me than the money. I don't require much to survive, but want my family to have. The making it happen, in my mind and soul, no money can buy.

                            I would be willing to bet that if you look real close at what you've worked on, it's not as random as you think. I know, I know, before anyone says anything, "he's crazy", but is it really random? I know it's a bunch of balls bouncing around in a hopper or it's a computer popping them out. But, what if there really was a mathematical path to it? What if there was times that the math of it, made it what it is? I've seen some very very strange happenings with this. Things that did not seem possible, but happened just the same. I wish I knew how I really feel about it being completely random as opposed to mathematically not possible at times. Don't count me as completely insane, but don't slap the jacket on me just yet either. Actually, anyone that says they are completely sane is either lying or not all there anyway. Ever walk 10 foot into the kitchen and completely forget why you walked in there for? How about tell yourself or someone, "hey, I've not seen so and so in I don't know when", only to bump into them the next day? That little part in our brains always wander how that happens doesn't it and we get that little bit of bewilderment?

                            Ever walk 10 foot into the kitchen and completely forget why you walked in there for? 

                            Those are called "senior moments." I hope we're both too young to be having those. lol

                            Anyway, I just wanted to say I read it all also. Like you say, sometimes what we write can spawn an idea for someone else that leads to a big discovery or breakthrough in their own workouts. I know that's happened to me since I've been on LP. I truly hope you succeed in getting that big win after all the effort you've put into it. It's sounds like you're right on the cusp of it. Good Luck to you with it and have a Happy New Year. Thumbs Up

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                              Feel like it's real, definitely patterns exist, but so many battling each other to the front of the line it's still luck.  You can on the right day decide to play. 

                               see 88x last draw and decide to play 24 cuz 88=24.  You simply look at the last 88x and plus 1 on third digit and it hits.

                              It really can be that easy.  But then you try it again a few hundred times and it doesn't and you lose more money than you won.

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