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Posted: January 11, 2004, 12:17 am - IP Logged

OK - the logic behind it escaped me the first time.

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Blessed Saint Leibowitz, keep 'em dreamin' down there..... 

Next week's convention for Psychics and Prognosticators has been cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances.

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    Posted: January 11, 2004, 12:18 pm - IP Logged

    Position1   (White Ball 1) Announcer Range:      2 to 20  ( 9 prior hits)         HIT (2)

    Position2   (White Ball 2) Announcer Range:    5 to 24 ( 2 prior hits)            HIT (13)

    Position3   (White Ball 3) Announcer Range:    NOT ENOUGH DATA          N/A (19)

    Position4   (White Ball 4) Announcer Range:    NOT ENOUGH DATA          N/A (27)

    Position5  (White Ball 5) Announcer Range:    43 to 52 ( 9 prior hits)         HIT (50)

    PositionPB (~Red~ Ball 1) Announcer Range:  30 to 41 ( 4 prior hits)           MISS (5)



     

    another 50% match, even tho 2 did not have enough prior matches... that pesky powerball helps to show that this only seems to work with SORT ORDER data (PB data is too wild)

    Playing more than one ticket per game is betting against yourself.

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      Posted: January 11, 2004, 1:01 pm - IP Logged

      thanks johnph77 .

      looks like 1-13-27-41-53 are the leaders by position in the overall chart above...

      after 132 draws, the position leaders are 6-17-19-42-52 (not counting the powerball)

      Playing more than one ticket per game is betting against yourself.

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        Posted: January 23, 2004, 2:43 pm - IP Logged

        if anybody was playing along with this "system", you will have undoubtedly noticed that the 1/21/04 drawing landed all 5 AND the powerball within the ranges... 6 for 6 ;-)

        of course the ranges were wider than normal and there was alot of overlap between the WB2 to WB4 balls.... and naturally "My Pick" also fell within the ranges and did not match even a single number....

        Sometimes, tho it is nice to see ANY part of your system work out, remember a system only need work ONCE ;-) (unfortunately this is not that kind of system, too ambiguous for repeated accurate picks)

        at this stage of study tho, I'm happy with the hollow victory ;-)

        Playing more than one ticket per game is betting against yourself.

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          Posted: January 23, 2004, 3:18 pm - IP Logged

          And now for level 2...

          Here are the announcer ranges generated for this Saturday's drawing (#136 1/24/04)

          WB1 RANGE:  1 to  8  U=0  D=3  R=0  ann. prior... 03,01,08
          WB2 RANGE: 10 to 28  U=4  D=6  R=2  ann. prior... 12,14,17,28,14,16,17,21,10,19,19,07
          WB3 RANGE:  6 to 30  U=0  D=5  R=0  ann. prior... 16,30,06,30,27
          WB4 RANGE: 18 to 46  U=1  D=5  R=0  ann. prior... 46,26,24,21,37,18
          WB5 RANGE: 40 to 52  U=3  D=2  R=0  ann. prior... 52,49,52,41,40

          PB  RANGE:  4 to 34  U=2  D=1  R=0  announced prior... 23,04,34

          Note the new additions, the U-D-R numbers, this stands for Up-Down-Repeat. For example, the PowerBall on drawing #135 was 17... the last 3 times 17 was drawn, the next powerball was Up (higher than 17) twice and Down (lower than 17) once.... it has not repeated (so far in the new matrix, only 26 has repeated as PB)

          Also, note the "ann. prior ..." numbers, these represent the numbers drawn after EACH appearance of last draws number in that position IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE (Not sorted). For example, look at WB2, it was a 17... it repeated twice, but it also looks like 14 was an old trend and 19 is the current trend...

          Who knows?

          Level One = Magnitude (announcer range-no guarantees, but at least it's a starting point)

          Level Two = Direction (Up Down or Repeat... you may have not enough to go on, but look at WB3... if in 5 past appearances the next number was lower than a 34, I would be willing to risk my $1pick on a WB3 number of under 34... this will also help trim the ranges in the long run, if you pick a favorite, and WB1 and/or 2 have a higher range, now you can pick WB1 and WB2 to be less than WB3, which will most likely be less than 34)

          Remember, this "system" is still being refined, but at least it's being refined out in the open without a pricetag attached ;-)

          Playing more than one ticket per game is betting against yourself.

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            Posted: January 23, 2004, 3:25 pm - IP Logged

            P.S. Everyone feel free to add/revise... just remember to share ;-)

            Playing more than one ticket per game is betting against yourself.


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              Posted: January 23, 2004, 9:16 pm - IP Logged
              Quote: Originally posted by hypersoniq on January 23, 2004



              And now for level 2...

              Here are the announcer ranges generated for this Saturday's drawing (#136 1/24/04)

              WB1 RANGE:  1 to  8  U=0  D=3  R=0  ann. prior... 03,01,08
              WB2 RANGE: 10 to 28  U=4  D=6  R=2  ann. prior... 12,14,17,28,14,16,17,21,10,19,19,07
              WB3 RANGE:  6 to 30  U=0  D=5  R=0  ann. prior... 16,30,06,30,27
              WB4 RANGE: 18 to 46  U=1  D=5  R=0  ann. prior... 46,26,24,21,37,18
              WB5 RANGE: 40 to 52  U=3  D=2  R=0  ann. prior... 52,49,52,41,40

              PB  RANGE:  4 to 34  U=2  D=1  R=0  announced prior... 23,04,34

              its useless because the numbers are too many and a wheeling system cant handle it

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                Posted: January 24, 2004, 6:14 am - IP Logged
                Quote: O

                Playing more than one ticket per game is betting against yourself.

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                  Quote: Originally posted by goose on January 23, 2004



                  Quote: Originally posted by hypersoniq on January 23, 2004



                  WB1 RANGE:  1 to  8  U=0  D=3  R=0  HIT

                  WB2 RANGE: 10 to 28  U=4  D=6  R=2  MISS

                  WB3 RANGE:  6 to 30  U=0  D=5  R=0  MISS

                  WB4 RANGE: 18 to 46  U=1  D=5  R=0  HIT

                  WB5 RANGE: 40 to 52  U=3  D=2  R=0  MISS

                  PB  RANGE:  4 to 34  U=2  D=1  R=0  HIT





                  again 50%...

                  Playing more than one ticket per game is betting against yourself.


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                    Posted: January 24, 2004, 10:15 pm - IP Logged

                    oopsssss

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                      Hypersonig:

                      I took the information that johnph77 so graciously provided, and summarized it as follows.

                      Each of the following have at least a 90% probability of appearing:

                      First # = 01-19  Second # = 04-32  Third # = 11-43  Fourth # = 22-50 

                      Fifth # = 35-53

                      By probabilities for each decade for each position:

                      First #:  01-09 = 62.2%  10-19 = 28.1%  20-29 = 8.2%  30-39 = 1.4% 

                      40-49 = 0.1%

                      Second #:  02-09 = 19.6%  10-19 = 40.0%  20-29 = 28.2%  30-39 = 10.8%

                      40-49 = 1.4%  50 = 0.02%

                      Third #:  03-09 = 3.0%  10-19 = 21.0%  20-29 = 35.2%  30-39 = 30.0% 

                      40-49 = 10.7%  50-51 = 0.2%

                      Fourth #:  04-09 = 0.2%  10-19 = 4.8%  20-29 = 19.0%  30-39 = 36.2%

                      40-49 = 35.8%  50-52 = 4.0%

                      Fifth #:  05-09 = 0.04%  10-19 = 0.4%  20-29 = 3.7%  30-39 = 15.9%

                      40-49 = 46.4%  50-53 = 33.6%

                      It would be interesting to compare these frequencies with the current game.

                      "Announcing your plans is a good way to hear God laugh"

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                        Posted: January 25, 2004, 12:10 pm - IP Logged

                        Wow, very interesting analysis. I know it wasn't your own, but thanks for posting that here.

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                          Posted: January 25, 2004, 12:32 pm - IP Logged

                          here are my observations given the current draw history, showing 100% observed range and a minimum reduction in range to still cover better than 90% of the draws in each game by position...

                          First position
                          100% range = 1 to 32
                          91.2% range = 1 to 18 (cut 14 numbers)

                          Second position
                          100% range = 2 to 45
                          90.4% range = 3 to 32 (cut 14 numbers)

                          Third position
                          100% range = 6 to 50
                          91.2% range = 14 to 41 (cut 17 numbers)

                          Fourth position
                          100% range = 8 to 51
                          92.6% range = 19 to 49 (cut 13 numbers)

                          Fifth position
                          100% range = 10 to 53
                          90.4% range = 34 to 53 (cut 24 numbers)

                          Powerball
                          100% range = 1 to 42 no range cuts...

                          This is the list I check against when making my pick. so far no jackpot, but my picks sure fit the profile ;-)

                          Playing more than one ticket per game is betting against yourself.

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                            Posted: January 25, 2004, 12:53 pm - IP Logged

                            Kynge Rycharde, ty for the kind words and your analysis.

                            I'm in the process of developing frequency charts for all games I have on my site for analysis by players and system developers. There are 35 different games I'm aware of, and others are possible. The charts for Mega Millions and 6/49 lotteries, as well as the Powerball chart posted here, are already on the page.  The project has a low priority with me for the moment, though, and I'm trying to put the processes involved into some sort of cohesive order so I can add charts quickly and in an orderly fashion. If someone has a need for a chart for a particular game, though, let me know, and I'll get it computed and posted as soon as time allows.

                            http://www.johnph77.com/math/lotfreq.html

                            Blessed Saint Leibowitz, keep 'em dreamin' down there..... 

                            Next week's convention for Psychics and Prognosticators has been cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances.

                             =^.^=


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                              Posted: January 25, 2004, 9:06 pm - IP Logged

                              as long as theres a choice,any analysis is useless