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# PB picks for 6/11

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washington
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 Posted: June 7, 2003, 11:07 pm - IP Logged

Big Jackpot !

6 12 20 25 33-8
4 13 22 42 46-
13
5 14 23 34 49-19
1 21 32 38 47-
23
2 10 31 36 45-17
7 16 24 34 41-14
15 19 39 48 50-18

Three winning #'s in 6/7 picks, no Pball, no \$\$\$

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 Posted: June 8, 2003, 8:54 am - IP Logged

My picks are:

1. 14 18 27 38 48  +41
2. 02 13 19 31 44  +20
3. 10 12 20 31 44  +30

Good luck
RJOh

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 Posted: June 8, 2003, 11:23 am - IP Logged

My guesses for 6/7 were...

7    21    25    32    44  ---  9
24  26    31    37    46  ---  42
5    8      12    17    27  ---  13
11  17    24    25    30  ---  23

Draw results...
11  17  26  27  40  ---  6

that PB is definitely a wildcard... If I could get better results on a single line, I'd eliminate the PB by playing 42 tix... but the system is still being tweaked.

I was using Excel to get the 4 lines... how did you come up with yours?

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hypersoniq

Great results for 4 lines !, how often do you play just 4
lines?

I been using #'s reduction to eliminate #'s, to trap as many winning
#'s in as few lines as possible.

Trying to strike a balance between reducing the # field, and trapping on average 4 winning #'s in each 7 lines
played, with #'s that are left over from # reduction.

That's the 1st part, of strategy, 2nd is, placing the #'s in combo's.

I've been placing them in combo's by -games out- using the following
setting.

(I set games out at 0 to 9), 0 to 9, G.O., are 66% of the winning #'s, also
#'s, G.O.,10 to 19, have 22% of the winning #'s, G.O., 20+ games out, have 12% of the winning #'s.

Using the 'expected', # of  "games out", 0 to 9, winning #'s to be drawn,
predicted by lottery sw, or intuition. e.g.- expect 3 winning #'s
0 to 9 G.O., to be drawn, then place expected "games out" 3 winning #'s,
out, 0 to 9 G.O., in as many combos as # of #'s allows, the other two
winning #'s are from the 10 to 19 games out, and/or the 20+games out.
Usually a mix, as an example.

Also placement in combo's, is influenced by the usual suspects, # groups,
Last digits, E/O, L/H, Sums, etc.

PowerBall:
Winning #'s G.O., in the, 0 to 9 G.O., setting(10 games) are as follows:

1 winning #, 0 to 9 G.O. , are drawn 6% of the time.
2 winning #, 0 to 9 G.O., are drawn 23% of the draws
3 winning #, 0 to 9 G.O., are drawm 36% of the draws
4 winning #, 0 to 9 G.O., are drawn 26% of the draws
5 winning #, 0 to 9 G.O., are drawn  9% of the draws

I am leaning to using lottery sw (with enhanced data manipulation
capabilities), and/or spreadsheet app. To help place #'s in combo's.
Any suggestions.

Would you play your system differently, if you eliminated the PB playing
42 tix, alot more tix.

its interesting to see how others select #'s and place or wheel them
in combo's.

Your right, "that PB is definitely a wildcard...", the game should be called
'WildBall'.

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 Posted: June 9, 2003, 9:30 am - IP Logged

Still tweaking the sheet, the best thing about excel is that you can SEE everything... and you can FILTER everything (such as just draws under \$30,000,000 or just draws that happened on a saturday or wednesday) I use colors to help separate the numeric data I'm after (conditional formatting, background colors etc...).

I have tried things like counting odds/evens or decades, but there really is no way to decode them back into a useful and SMALL pool of numbers. I had been playing four lines for the last 2 months (gave up on wheeling, gone solo from the work QP pool also... getting too expensive for no results) , but am ready to get it down to 2 lines... because I had 2 worksheets (one in DRAW order, one in NUMERIC order, and the DRAW order is a weak performer). Of the lines in the original post... the first 2 were based on the draw history in the order drawn, and the last 2 (with the greater number of hits) were from the same data, only in numeric order.

Looking at the numbers, there isn't really a pattern that emerges. To formulate a pick, you need a starting point (some use birthdataes, etc) and go from there... a constant number, however, is independent from the original draw history and does nothing to tame the numbers. Instead I chose a variable baseline to begin working with... the Excel FORECAST function. I know it's never going to spit out the winning numbers, but that's not why I needed it... it functions to help take some of the noise out of the raw drawing data. Next, building a historical range of forecasts... to generate a forecast based on previous draws, needed for comparison to actual results... this set of numbers begins to take on an obvious visual pattern. From this point, you generate a third set of data, that simply gives the difference of actual draw data vs the moving forecast... this looks a bit more manageable of a list but it now introduces negative numbers into the set....

Finally, use this less wild set of resultant data to generate a forecast. Then take the forecast based on draw history, add the forecast of the error and there is the pick! I get 2 because of the occasional negative numbers and different ways to handle them...

that's the basic formula, end result is... no big wins yet, but much better Quick Picks than what the state has been selling ;-)

Each drawing helps to fine tune the system, and the error correction process is starting to get more complex than my excel skills...

6/11 pix...

07  21  25  32  44  --  14

09  21  25  32  44  --  29

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 Posted: June 9, 2003, 4:39 pm - IP Logged

I would play various combinations using the same red ball, but I would also play those same combinations with other picks for the red ball.  Wheeling systems are too expensive, and for powerball, wheeling systems are risky, because if you miss the red ball, you have to get three of the white balls right just to win anything.

Smart lottery winners form trust to claim their winnings.  They send an attorney to the lottery headquarters to claim the prize in trust, so that ONLY the name of the trust is revealed.  And they tell NO ONE, especially relatives.

If you ever win a lottery and you are single, the only person you should ever marry is someone who was truly in love with you BEFORE you won the jackpot!

washington
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 Posted: June 9, 2003, 7:47 pm - IP Logged

Hypersonic

Sounds like Excel can filter about anything,one desires.

Ive read other posts by Excel users, they sounded very pleased with it. Im going to have to check it out in the future.

Playing 2 lines per draw is very economical, have you played- PA cash5, 5/39, no wildcard to contend with.

Hit a 2/5 and receive 50% of your bet back, very good return playing lottery. A PowerBall 2/5 win = \$0.

Win enough there, to play the 42 tix, PowerBall strategy you mentioned in your 1st post.

Looking at your picks for 6/11.

7 21 25 32 44+29

9 21 25 32 44+14

Almost identical 5/5 numbers, interesting!

As secret4777, mentioned wheeling #s can be very expensive, when contending w/Pball. I think weve figured that out. Now to plan B.

Good Luck -with your 2 line strategy.

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 Posted: June 10, 2003, 9:43 am - IP Logged

GOOD LUCK to you also .

they are close because the error correction value forecast had 4 '0's in it :-)... hopefully that means something...

I only go after the powerball because the minimum JP is 10 Million, taking the lump sum on even the minimum jackpot makes you an instant multimillionaire ;-)

the 6/7 results were better than usual, but still have yet to catch more than 3 on one line.

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I'm just going to let the numbers pick me.

Smart lottery winners form trust to claim their winnings.  They send an attorney to the lottery headquarters to claim the prize in trust, so that ONLY the name of the trust is revealed.  And they tell NO ONE, especially relatives.

If you ever win a lottery and you are single, the only person you should ever marry is someone who was truly in love with you BEFORE you won the jackpot!

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 Posted: June 11, 2003, 6:03 pm - IP Logged

 24 - 32 - 45 - 48 - 52 Powerball: 5 17 - 23 - 25 - 34 - 35 Powerball: 8 14 - 22 - 35 - 40 - 48 Powerball: 20 1 - 4 - 5 - 23 - 44 Powerball: 5 3 - 16 - 23 - 26 - 47 Powerball: 5 2 - 5 - 32 - 37 - 43 Powerball: 8 12 - 22 - 29 - 32 - 51 Powerball: 42 17 - 21 - 23 - 26 - 47 Powerball: 10 21 - 25 - 39 - 45 - 46 Powerball: 8 5 - 21 - 25 - 26 - 47 Powerball: 6 3 - 35 - 37 - 49 - 53 Powerball: 5 17 - 25 - 26 - 28 - 41 Powerball: 8 17 - 29 - 33 - 45 - 51 Powerball: 10 29 - 31 - 32 - 35 - 39 Powerball: 9 12 - 23 - 28 - 45 - 51 Powerball: 25 13 - 22 - 28 - 33 - 38 Powerball: 29 4 - 15 - 26 - 43 - 53 Powerball: 8 12 - 31 - 45 - 47 - 48 Powerball: 10
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 Posted: June 12, 2003, 9:43 am - IP Logged
Quote: Originally posted by hypersoniq on June 09, 2003

6/11 pix...

07  21  25  32  44  --  14

09  21  25  32  44  --  29

results for 6/11

12  16  43  44  46 --  38

... back to the drawing board...

washington
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 Posted: June 12, 2003, 5:23 pm - IP Logged

Where did all those 40's, come from?

Try again, next week!

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