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Math Geniuses, Help!! "SLAG" Odd/Even Analysis - Chart I

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 thamizhpayanUnited StatesMember #173010February 13, 20161407 PostsOffline October 11, 2021, 7:20 pm⮟Quote: Originally posted by AllenB on October 11, 2021Here is the Raw Data For Ohio Rolling Cash 5I am Tracking All Draws, 10 Draws and 5 Draws in the Chart and GraphsThe Graphs are the Adjusted Bias P ct - (E Ct x1.05)Still trying to make sense of all of this.    Hi Allen,Presented nicely. If predicting an upcoming Even or Odd dominance in the next 3-5  draws with a success rate of 80%+ is possible by any means. That would be good to lock an Even or Odd dominance filter and work on other filters. Good Luck
 AllenBCaliforniaUnited StatesMember #167122June 27, 20151204 PostsOffline October 11, 2021, 8:32 pmQuote: Originally posted by thamizhpayan on October 11, 2021Hi Allen,Presented nicely. If predicting an upcoming Even or Odd dominance in the next 3-5  draws with a success rate of 80%+ is possible by any means. That would be good to lock an Even or Odd dominance filter and work on other filters. Good LuckThe All Chart suggests that the O_Ct will go down (eventually)The other Charts are misleading, I think, because as the 5 or 10 Block Slides forward dropping one value and adding another.I am going to try going back to a point and running forward from there.  Thinking 365, 100, 50 and 10Maybe there will be a visible trend that is the same in each graph.We Will See.
 thamizhpayanUnited StatesMember #173010February 13, 20161407 PostsOffline October 11, 2021, 9:01 pmQuote: Originally posted by AllenB on October 11, 2021The All Chart suggests that the O_Ct will go down (eventually)The other Charts are misleading, I think, because as the 5 or 10 Block Slides forward dropping one value and adding another.I am going to try going back to a point and running forward from there.  Thinking 365, 100, 50 and 10Maybe there will be a visible trend that is the same in each graph.We Will See.Hi Allen Sounds good to me. Good Luck
 garyo1954TexasUnited StatesMember #4549May 2, 20043132 PostsOnline October 11, 2021, 11:20 pmBeen reading this post for a few days and got convinced to look at SLAG. Downloaded the demo. Surprise! Looks like more than 90% is things we've discussed for years. Demo doesn't let you dig into the deeper stuff so maybe/probably/likely I'll end up purchasing it to see what's missing. I do like the way it presents the data and the ability to switch charts on the fly. Clean interface is nice as well. G I'm probably here unless I'm not.
 thamizhpayanUnited StatesMember #173010February 13, 20161407 PostsOffline October 12, 2021, 12:10 amQuote: Originally posted by garyo1954 on October 11, 2021Been reading this post for a few days and got convinced to look at SLAG. Downloaded the demo. Surprise! Looks like more than 90% is things we've discussed for years. Demo doesn't let you dig into the deeper stuff so maybe/probably/likely I'll end up purchasing it to see what's missing. I do like the way it presents the data and the ability to switch charts on the fly. Clean interface is nice as well. G I recently reviewed multiple lottery applications and their features to purchase one or two for quick plays(beyond personal tracking) including Smart Luck and few others - especially ones that have survived even after many year. The one thing I noticed is that some are good and have lot of features but update/upgrade fees are charged for future versions. I wish they sell it with one cost(charge upgrade fee also as one time fee) and provide life time support. Good Luck
 thamizhpayanUnited StatesMember #173010February 13, 20161407 PostsOffline October 12, 2021, 12:15 amQuote: Originally posted by thamizhpayan on October 12, 2021I recently reviewed multiple lottery applications and their features to purchase one or two for quick plays(beyond personal tracking) including Smart Luck and few others - especially ones that have survived even after many year. The one thing I noticed is that some are good and have lot of features but update/upgrade fees are charged for future versions. I wish they sell it with one cost(charge upgrade fee also as one time fee) and provide life time support. Good LuckWhichever tool or option is used, for Poweball and Megamillions at the end I  have 1000s(atleast 3000) - at times 10000-50000 combos to deal with which call for a key number or key pair or gap or similar that's some sort of pin pointing filter(narrow pass).This is even after choices like repeat number, most common filters. Good Luck
 thamizhpayanUnited StatesMember #173010February 13, 20161407 PostsOffline October 12, 2021, 12:22 amQuote: Originally posted by garyo1954 on October 11, 2021Been reading this post for a few days and got convinced to look at SLAG. Downloaded the demo. Surprise! Looks like more than 90% is things we've discussed for years. Demo doesn't let you dig into the deeper stuff so maybe/probably/likely I'll end up purchasing it to see what's missing. I do like the way it presents the data and the ability to switch charts on the fly. Clean interface is nice as well. G The books have all information that the software shows  As long as We can write our own version of the statistics and filtering methodologies then even after the software goes out of market, We can independently use the methods and techniques. The terminology and approach used in Smart Luck suite is more of looking at lottery like stock. Stock and Lottery differ more.  Diving more into laid out methods and techniques might lead to some sort of perspective that lottery can be viewed similar to stocks. Good Luck

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Here is the Raw Data For Ohio Rolling Cash 5

I am Tracking All Draws, 10 Draws and 5 Draws in the Chart and Graphs

The Graphs are the Adjusted Bias P ct - (E Ct x1.05)

Still trying to make sense of all of this.

Nice. I would have kept 0;1; for E;O; ...

There is a game 1 to 36 and 5 balls drawn.
You have a probability for 0|1 by position (nrs in ASC order).

 0 174624 189312 188496 187680 202368 1 202368 187680 188496 189312 174624

I didn't code this for p3 type straight, as I'm not really interested in pick 3.

We also have such probabilities for straight pairs (subcombinations positional) and so on.

Let's take straight 5. Match straight 5 to 0.

 0 0 0 0 0 8568 55080 124848 124848 55080 8568 0 0 0 0 1 8568 52020 117096 124848 62832 11628 0 0 0 1 0 11628 59772 117912 117096 58956 11628 0 0 0 1 1 8568 52020 117912 124848 62016 11628 0 0 1 0 0 11628 58956 117912 117912 58956 11628 0 0 1 0 1 11628 55896 110976 117096 65892 15504 0 0 1 1 0 11628 58956 118728 117912 58140 11628 0 0 1 1 1 8568 52020 117912 124848 62016 11628 0 1 0 0 0 11628 58956 117096 117912 59772 11628 0 1 0 0 1 11628 55080 110976 117912 65892 15504 0 1 0 1 0 15504 62016 110976 110976 62016 15504 0 1 0 1 1 11628 55896 110976 117096 65892 15504 0 1 1 0 0 11628 58140 117912 118728 58956 11628 0 1 1 0 1 11628 55080 110976 117912 65892 15504 0 1 1 1 0 11628 58956 117912 117912 58956 11628 0 1 1 1 1 8568 52020 117096 124848 62832 11628 1 0 0 0 0 11628 62832 124848 117096 52020 8568 1 0 0 0 1 11628 58956 117912 117912 58956 11628 1 0 0 1 0 15504 65892 117912 110976 55080 11628 1 0 0 1 1 11628 58956 118728 117912 58140 11628 1 0 1 0 0 15504 65892 117096 110976 55896 11628 1 0 1 0 1 15504 62016 110976 110976 62016 15504 1 0 1 1 0 15504 65892 117912 110976 55080 11628 1 0 1 1 1 11628 59772 117912 117096 58956 11628 1 1 0 0 0 11628 62016 124848 117912 52020 8568 1 1 0 0 1 11628 58140 117912 118728 58956 11628 1 1 0 1 0 15504 65892 117096 110976 55896 11628 1 1 0 1 1 11628 58956 117912 117912 58956 11628 1 1 1 0 0 11628 62016 124848 117912 52020 8568 1 1 1 0 1 11628 58956 117096 117912 59772 11628 1 1 1 1 0 11628 62832 124848 117096 52020 8568 1 1 1 1 1 8568 55080 124848 124848 55080 8568
 garyo1954TexasUnited StatesMember #4549May 2, 20043132 PostsOnline October 12, 2021, 1:13 pmQuote: Originally posted by thamizhpayan on October 12, 2021The books have all information that the software shows  As long as We can write our own version of the statistics and filtering methodologies then even after the software goes out of market, We can independently use the methods and techniques. The terminology and approach used in Smart Luck suite is more of looking at lottery like stock. Stock and Lottery differ more.  Diving more into laid out methods and techniques might lead to some sort of perspective that lottery can be viewed similar to stocks. Good LuckYou're right. Reading the Advantage Gold User manual and tutorial now. We could replicate the program. It does seem the meat is in the books with little value in the software. The terminology is different, but not foreign. And it appears these guys have spent more time analyzing available data than trying to accumulate data. They found a sweet spot; a place they felt comfortable and worked from there. They did a good of staying on task and not getting carried away with every little detail that popped up. The backbone to the program, the data tables necessary to make calculations, are easy enough to write. I don't see anything (so far) that can't be done.  So I'm looking at the books and I'd say you're right about that as well. GI'm probably here unless I'm not.
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Nice. I would have kept 0;1; for E;O; ...

There is a game 1 to 36 and 5 balls drawn.
You have a probability for 0|1 by position (nrs in ASC order).

 0 174624 189312 188496 187680 202368 1 202368 187680 188496 189312 174624

I didn't code this for p3 type straight, as I'm not really interested in pick 3.

We also have such probabilities for straight pairs (subcombinations positional) and so on.

Let's take straight 5. Match straight 5 to 0.

 0 0 0 0 0 8568 55080 124848 124848 55080 8568 0 0 0 0 1 8568 52020 117096 124848 62832 11628 0 0 0 1 0 11628 59772 117912 117096 58956 11628 0 0 0 1 1 8568 52020 117912 124848 62016 11628 0 0 1 0 0 11628 58956 117912 117912 58956 11628 0 0 1 0 1 11628 55896 110976 117096 65892 15504 0 0 1 1 0 11628 58956 118728 117912 58140 11628 0 0 1 1 1 8568 52020 117912 124848 62016 11628 0 1 0 0 0 11628 58956 117096 117912 59772 11628 0 1 0 0 1 11628 55080 110976 117912 65892 15504 0 1 0 1 0 15504 62016 110976 110976 62016 15504 0 1 0 1 1 11628 55896 110976 117096 65892 15504 0 1 1 0 0 11628 58140 117912 118728 58956 11628 0 1 1 0 1 11628 55080 110976 117912 65892 15504 0 1 1 1 0 11628 58956 117912 117912 58956 11628 0 1 1 1 1 8568 52020 117096 124848 62832 11628 1 0 0 0 0 11628 62832 124848 117096 52020 8568 1 0 0 0 1 11628 58956 117912 117912 58956 11628 1 0 0 1 0 15504 65892 117912 110976 55080 11628 1 0 0 1 1 11628 58956 118728 117912 58140 11628 1 0 1 0 0 15504 65892 117096 110976 55896 11628 1 0 1 0 1 15504 62016 110976 110976 62016 15504 1 0 1 1 0 15504 65892 117912 110976 55080 11628 1 0 1 1 1 11628 59772 117912 117096 58956 11628 1 1 0 0 0 11628 62016 124848 117912 52020 8568 1 1 0 0 1 11628 58140 117912 118728 58956 11628 1 1 0 1 0 15504 65892 117096 110976 55896 11628 1 1 0 1 1 11628 58956 117912 117912 58956 11628 1 1 1 0 0 11628 62016 124848 117912 52020 8568 1 1 1 0 1 11628 58956 117096 117912 59772 11628 1 1 1 1 0 11628 62832 124848 117096 52020 8568 1 1 1 1 1 8568 55080 124848 124848 55080 8568

If I can get a history of that 5/36 Game it would be interesting to see those results.

So far Every Scenario seems to Favor the Odd Ball even after making the 5% adjustment (5/39)

I Do not understand any of what you posted after that.

It looks interesting but what is it?

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If I can get a history of that 5/36 Game it would be interesting to see those results.

So far Every Scenario seems to Favor the Odd Ball even after making the 5% adjustment (5/39)

I Do not understand any of what you posted after that.

It looks interesting but what is it?

Very simple:  list N(i)%2 and count (match=5).

 0 0 0 0 0 8568 55080 124848 124848 55080 8568 0 0 0 0 1 8568 52020 117096 124848 62832 11628

2nd line: mod 2 array: [0 0 0 0 1] * 8568

p(combin MOD 2 equals [0 0 0 0 1])= 8568 / combin(36;5)

That's far enough.

By experience nailing 2 positions 0 XOR 1 correctly makes the big wheel smaller and than the payout ratio is better.

Example: N2%2==0 and N3%2==1 as pattern is [? 0 1 ? ?].
Now you can look at the table. You take the sum of match 5 where the pattern equals the filter pattern. Divide by combin(36;5) and you get p. Without dividing you get the filtered set size.

If you have a sure method to nail some, 2 or 3, remainders in the correct position without error, then that is a big plus for your filtered set.

 thamizhpayanUnited StatesMember #173010February 13, 20161407 PostsOffline October 12, 2021, 4:44 pmQuote: Originally posted by garyo1954 on October 12, 2021You're right. Reading the Advantage Gold User manual and tutorial now. We could replicate the program. It does seem the meat is in the books with little value in the software. The terminology is different, but not foreign. And it appears these guys have spent more time analyzing available data than trying to accumulate data. They found a sweet spot; a place they felt comfortable and worked from there. They did a good of staying on task and not getting carried away with every little detail that popped up. The backbone to the program, the data tables necessary to make calculations, are easy enough to write. I don't see anything (so far) that can't be done.  So I'm looking at the books and I'd say you're right about that as well. GTo me,, the software seems to be an addon provided earlier in the past along with the books and it has grown into this suite - wheel generator and advantage gold.The book has been the base and the ideas of Gail Howard are all over the book. Good Luck
 SpelerBelgiumMember #214858April 17, 20212340 PostsOffline October 12, 2021, 4:46 pmQuote: Originally posted by AllenB on October 12, 2021If I can get a history of that 5/36 Game it would be interesting to see those results.So far Every Scenario seems to Favor the Odd Ball even after making the 5% adjustment (5/39)I Do not understand any of what you posted after that.It looks interesting but what is it?You might on occasion want to play 3 odd numbers. Proper timing and setting the positions for the odd numbers reduces the set of combinations considerably.I occasionally used positional mod 2 filtering for a 5/39 game. Nailing 2 positions is already fine for me.
 garyo1954TexasUnited StatesMember #4549May 2, 20043132 PostsOnline October 12, 2021, 7:53 pmQuote: Originally posted by thamizhpayan on October 12, 2021To me,, the software seems to be an addon provided earlier in the past along with the books and it has grown into this suite - wheel generator and advantage gold.The book has been the base and the ideas of Gail Howard are all over the book. Good LuckSame here. The books go back to the turn of the millennium. The software (what I've seen) is dated 2015. I remember perdue saying they had an older DOS software as well. And I've seen some downloads for that. But to run that you'd have to install DOSbox. Last I saw perdue he was on another lottery forum getting a group together to learn the program. Considering you need the books to truly get a grip on the system, it makes more sense to order the book and build the modules yourself. Some reviews have noted the books are mostly ads to steer you to the software. So 6 of one; half a dozen of the other. Not sure the wheeling books are worth the cost. Bluskov's Combinatorial Lottery Systems is as probably as good and likely more up to date. And there's plenty of free wheels on the net.I also seen people say having the hard copy in front of them is more help than a kindle version. And I agree. So yeah, I can see a couple of books coming in. And go from there.  Most of the work is not getting sidetracked down the rabbit holes you come across while you work through it.GI'm probably here unless I'm not.
 thamizhpayanUnited StatesMember #173010February 13, 20161407 PostsOffline October 12, 2021, 9:11 pmQuote: Originally posted by garyo1954 on October 12, 2021Same here. The books go back to the turn of the millennium. The software (what I've seen) is dated 2015. I remember perdue saying they had an older DOS software as well. And I've seen some downloads for that. But to run that you'd have to install DOSbox. Last I saw perdue he was on another lottery forum getting a group together to learn the program. Considering you need the books to truly get a grip on the system, it makes more sense to order the book and build the modules yourself. Some reviews have noted the books are mostly ads to steer you to the software. So 6 of one; half a dozen of the other. Not sure the wheeling books are worth the cost. Bluskov's Combinatorial Lottery Systems is as probably as good and likely more up to date. And there's plenty of free wheels on the net.I also seen people say having the hard copy in front of them is more help than a kindle version. And I agree. So yeah, I can see a couple of books coming in. And go from there.  Most of the work is not getting sidetracked down the rabbit holes you come across while you work through it.GHi Gary,Yes I read Perdue's past threads. Lot of terminologies in the books. The sample videos and help content and text on their site have lot of terms and features unique to Gail Howard's ideas and techniques.  That's why when someone with Smart Luck knowledge asks a question not many know the terms. Good luck reading those books. Hope We can build something out of it. Thanks

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