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Posted: July 7, 2003, 5:49 pm - IP Logged

Rebeckah,

Thanks for the tips...I have just a few questions...

What are deltas/spread of line?

What is the SH chart?

What do you mean by BB?

I, too, have Lottery Director though I do not understand it fully!

Good luck to you.

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    Posted: July 8, 2003, 10:01 am - IP Logged

    Greg, deltas are the differences between each # drawn, spread of line is the difference between 1st & last # drawn. Gail's chart is different than delta theory in that her #s are off by one. I think she calls them *gaps*. chart L

    >What is the SH chart?

    chart #4 which we're talking about. Period between hits is also called a skip.

    >What do you mean by BB?

    bonus ball :) good luck to you! :)

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      Posted: July 8, 2003, 11:12 am - IP Logged

      I have had Gails Advantage Plus program since 1993. I like chart 6, the Skip hit Chart. If you set it in games out mode, and hit the minus key .It will put a + sign on the left side of the pairs that came out for that game. I noticed a few years ago that the + signs seem to come out in the same areas on the chart. So I printed out chart 6 for the past 25 games, highlighted and counted down from the top and gave each hit its line number. I wasn't seeing things there were several areas with consistant hits. So I started wheeling the numbers in those areas. Usually 16 sets. I have managed to get 4 out of 6 quite a lot. I know this is not the way the chart was meant to be used. But I say use whatever works for you.

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        Posted: July 8, 2003, 11:53 am - IP Logged

        DOH! Sorry, I made a mistake, I was talking about the Drawings since hit chart, which is chart #4 that I print out & colour... I find chart #6, the real skip and hit chart to also be a fantastically valuable tool, but you have to have a big database in order for it to help.

        Dave, I'm not sure what you're talking about with the pairs coming up. Do you have an older, un-updated game that has a function mine doesn't maybe? My Chart 6 S&H opens in games out mode. The minus key just goes back each game, with the + signs showing what hits in the next game. That's how mine works, how does yours work?

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          Posted: July 8, 2003, 7:02 pm - IP Logged

          I guess I should have said the numbers that hit in that game.I have updated the software . What I do when I bring up chart 6 is hit control and the right arrow. This puts the numbers that have the most skips at the top of the list.Then I use the minus sign and go back 25 games and print each out. I do not use the sideways printing for this. If you hit f2 and then enter, you get a page printed with a line after every 5 numbers. I highlight the hits and count down and write next to the number the line number it hit on. Then I open excel and make a list  from 1 to 49. Then I record where each hit occured, either with a 1 or an x. Then I add up each line. Then I print out the lastest chart 6 and highlight each line that had the most hits. Then I wheel the numbers that are in those positions.I wheel 16 numbers with 1 power number. I usually play 20 sets out of the 311 sets. Since the software dosn't have any filters, I just pick out a sum I feel is do and play that.

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            Posted: July 9, 2003, 5:22 am - IP Logged

            Interesting....

            *Andrew*

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            www.sourceforge.net/projects/winhunter

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              Posted: July 10, 2003, 10:43 am - IP Logged

              Dave, I can't wait to try your technique out once Texas makes up it's mind on which multi-state game to join, if not both. :)  Thanks for sharing what you do, as I think if we all share we all get better at # selection & closer to winning! :)

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                Posted: July 11, 2003, 5:49 am - IP Logged

                WINHunter has functions for Skips, Hot/Cold, etc.  You can adjust how much history is applied to calculate the skips, and even stack multiple skip calculations in order to generate your output numbers.  Techniques you probably have to use pen/paper can actually be done with a few point/clicks.

                The only word of caution I have, is that I am not sure if any of WINHunter's processors are remotely similar to Gail's functions.  If they aren't, all I would need to know is how she generates her data.  I have no problem writing a Gail Howard Processor for WINHunter!  In fact, It would be a welcomed addition to the growing collection of processors.

                Of course, I would have to either obtain permission to use her name for the functions, or else just rip them straight away with no reference to the author.  Since calculations cannot be copyrighted, I don't see any problem with copying her functions.  I will just have to avoid any reference in the processor to Gail or any of her materials.

                 

                Andrew

                *Andrew*

                WINHunter - Freeware Lottery Number Predicting software for the 21st century. NOT FOR THE FAINT OF HEART.

                www.sourceforge.net/projects/winhunter