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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?

 With everything in me [ 113 ] [76.87%] Not a chance in the lower realm [ 34 ] [23.13%] Total Valid Votes [ 147 ] Discarded Votes [ 14 ]

 Stat\$talker700 light yrs West of Milky Way Galaxy's CenterUnited StatesMember #200645September 1, 2019749 PostsOffline December 25, 2019, 9:14 am⮟Quote: Originally posted by ThirtyThree on December 25, 2019with 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...!!
 KY FloydNYUnited StatesMember #23834October 16, 20054319 PostsOffline December 26, 2019, 12:19 pm"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.
 GiveFiveFlorida - West CoastUnited StatesMember #92605June 10, 20104907 PostsOffline December 27, 2019, 11:55 amQuote: Originally posted by KY Floyd on December 26, 2019"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) G5Players 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 4 Days Remaining in 2019 Hits in Remaining Days This Year Hits.Peak 2018 Hits.Peak 2017 Hits.Peak 2016 Hits.Peak 2015 Hits.Peak 2014 Hits.Peak 15 57.09 15 62.14 13 57.01 29 65.06 20 58.01 38 61.03 3 55.06 12 58.04 24 57.03 11 61.03 8 55.08 4 59.01 13 55.02 4 55.03 22 55.15 9 57.04 27 54.04 32 58.15 10 53.01 6 55.22 29 55.08 12 57.03 9 53.05 11 57.01 14 53.20 21 55.01 28 54.03 21 57.04 11 53.05 36 56.02 9 52.07 16 52.08 3 51.04 23 53.24 34 53.01 18 55.07 21 52.04 22 52.01 9 51.03 33 53.05 7 51.03 29 55.06 29 52.03 34 52.05 12 51.07 3 52.12 15 51.05 17 54.04 6 51.02 19 51.01 32 51.01 32 51.01 5 50.03 31 53.04 2 50.01 26 50.02 5 50.02 31 50.03 25 50.12 10 52.06 12 50.02 36 50.20 14 49.07 4 49.29 30 50.12 30 51.03 5 49.25 28 49.02 25 48.04 19 49.03 33 49.16 16 50.04 26 49.05 32 49.03 1 47.37 26 49.08 2 48.01 6 49.02 36 49.06 17 48.07 10 47.24 37 49.03 12 48.03 21 49.32 18 48.07 37 48.17 17 47.09 1 48.07 36 48.07 19 48.05 25 48.05 25 47.12 19 47.13 14 48.09 3 47.12 28 47.23 33 48.05 2 46.05 30 47.01 24 48.01 29 47.03 15 46.13 34 48.02 9 46.04 34 47.03 8 47.16 10 46.04 23 46.03 27 46.03 11 45.15 38 47.17 18 47.14 22 45.06 24 46.07 30 46.01 20 45.05 2 46.01 36 47.10 23 45.02 35 46.06 37 46.07 24 45.04 39 46.20 6 46.07 31 45.11 7 45.08 1 45.08 13 44.35 16 45.16 5 45.01 38 45.08 8 44.02 16 45.20 8 43.03 18 45.05 7 44.06 4 44.01 13 43.09 22 45.01 29 43.02 21 45.09 28 44.11 6 44.02 39 43.11 39 45.12 38 43.09 6 44.04 35 44.01 13 44.04 9 42.13 24 44.08 1 42.06 11 44.15 15 43.02 14 44.10 20 42.10 38 44.15 3 42.06 20 44.06 17 43.01 1 43.14 33 42.01 4 43.21 10 42.20 7 43.16 10 42.02 24 43.04 3 41.13 11 43.01 27 42.01 8 43.20 27 42.22 26 43.04 22 41.01 8 42.12 31 42.05 23 43.07 34 42.06 32 43.07 2 40.03 17 42.09 7 41.12 4 42.02 16 41.14 35 43.19 5 40.05 7 41.04 35 41.25 26 42.09 22 41.06 17 42.03 27 40.04 23 40.03 5 40.01 37 42.01 38 41.27 21 42.26 34 40.01 28 39.09 14 40.19 27 41.08 30 40.11 28 41.05 14 39.05 32 38.03 39 40.07 35 41.06 20 37.05 18 39.01 37 39.27 19 34.02 23 39.12 36 37.02 2 34.25 37 39.06 25 38.02 31 31.27 33 39.02 15 35.24 13 34.04 19 38.02 1 34.06 35 31.04 18 36.14 31 35.02 25 30.02 16 36.02 26 33.02 20 26.16 30 36.14 33 34.05 39 30.08 39 36.06 12 31.09

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