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# Alpha-numberic substitution

Topic closed. 6 replies. Last post 13 years ago by Pick-4_Master.

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San Angelo, Texas
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 Posted: January 5, 2004, 12:55 pm - IP Logged

Texas nw in MegaMillions. I use alpha-numeric substitution to generate numbers for the 5/52. Anyone want to collaborate with me in creating various hot sheets, inventories, x-y charts? It works for Pick 5 and also for Pick 6, when Texas had such a lottery.  No jackpots yet, but substitution is good guide in picking future numbers based on prior drawing results. Basically, subtitution used defaults A=1 to 9, B=10-19, C=20-29, D=30-39, E=40-49 and F=50-52 to analyze past results on a position-position basis. There are 252 alphabetical sequences representing all possible number combinations, 21 pairs each for positions 1-2, 2-3, 3-4, 4-5 and 5-6; 56 triples for positions 1-2-3, 2-3-4 and 3-4-5. Also 10 X.Y charts showing number pairs, without regard to position (10 charts instead of 40). So far, my data shows that sequence BBCDE has come up more often than any other. AB is popular in P1-2, BC in P2-3, DE in P3-4, EF/DE in P4-5; ABC in P1-2-3, BCD in P2-3-4 and DEE in P3-4-5. Hot sheets give good indication of what might come next. Would appreciate comments.

San Angelo, Texas
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 Posted: February 1, 2004, 9:01 pm - IP Logged

Ok, I should have typed alpha-numeric substitution!!

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Would it be of any benefit to further break it down to, say odd or even within each letter category? For example a *A would indicate it was an even number from 1 to 9 and a regular A would indicate an odd number?

San Angelo, Texas
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 Posted: February 2, 2004, 9:33 pm - IP Logged

You could make odd and even distinctions, but I don't think it would be helpful as far as the alphabetical sequence is concerned.

I don't consider odd/even when making my number assignments because the data pool is too small at this point.

Anyone using alpha-numeric substitution can log their inventory, due and history data in any form they want.

I took a look at my history data for triple  CDE and found no significant clues where odd and even numbers are concerned, but this could change as more data is added.

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 Posted: February 2, 2004, 10:14 pm - IP Logged

I came up with a format and as things came up,i won the second prize that is 5000.I have a V plan in selecting numbers from past draws and things work.I am still trying to study the plan closely before sharing it with you guys.You will see my reading plan soon.

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 Posted: February 3, 2004, 4:51 pm - IP Logged

For what it's worth, here are the numbers I'm playing for tonights MegaMillions drawing:

10,16,26,32,51  MB 40

11,15,25,31,50  MB 41

12,17,27,33,52  MB 42

6,18,35,40,49  MB 43

5,17,34,39,48  MB 18

7,19,36,41,50  MB  3

2,10,20,28,46  MB  13

1,9,19,27,45    MB  21

3,11,21,29,47  MB  52

22,26,31,32,49  MB 10

Good luck everybody!

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 Posted: February 3, 2004, 4:54 pm - IP Logged

Looking forward to reading what you have "Mayan27"

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