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MM picks for 1/16

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bobby623's avatar - abstract
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Posted: January 16, 2004, 2:38 pm - IP Logged

Here are 20 sets for MM, which were derived using alpha-numeric substitution.

AABDD-1.2.11.32.37.41,3.9.12.35.36.44;2.4.14.34.38.25;5.6.19.30.31.40;7.8.10.33.39.27

ACCEF-8.23.29.47.51.23;6.22.26.48.52.5;4.21.27.43.50.48;9.20.24.49.50.50;5.25.28.42.52.11

BBDDE-11.17.33.37.40.6;15.18.34.39.41.7;13.19.35.38.44.32;14.16.30.32.45.24;10.12.31.36.4634

ABCCD-2.13.22.27.38.17;1.15.21.23.32.20;7.14.24.27.36.37;3.19.25.26.39.1;8.16.20.28.30.35

There isn't much data to work with, so, play at your own risk!

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    Posted: January 16, 2004, 3:20 pm - IP Logged




     

    bbcde 


     

    7


    abbce


    6


    abcce


    5


    acdde


    5


    bccde


    5


    Bobby, I just added the alpha numeric breakdown to my spreadsheet this year.  based on 174 draws it gave me 93 different combinations.  The ones listed above are the top five and the number of times they have been drawn.  I'm not sure if this will help me or not,  I will work with it awhile longer.

    "Everybody has to believe in something...I believe I'll have another beer!"   = W.C.Fields                      

      bobby623's avatar - abstract
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      Posted: January 16, 2004, 10:09 pm - IP Logged

      I have same stats. I've noticed that the most frequent 5-letter sequences don't repeat with enough frequency to make a good prediction.  I use my "Pairs-Due lists" to choose the first 2 letters, and then building further using Due lists for P2-3, P3-4, P4-5. When you do this, the choices are narrowed down to only a few pairs.

      When I built the sets for 1/16 I chose BB in P1-2.  BC was a good possibility. Had I chose BC, I would have had to choose a C. in P2-3. If I had picked CE, then I would have probably added an EE in P4-5,  or EF.  But, I probably would have rejected EF and came up with BCEEE. I would have assigned numbers according to other Due lists for individual numbers, positions, or the X-Y charts. No way to know if i would have picked 41.44.49 in P3-5!!!

      That's the major challenge - choosing the right numbers!!  BB or BC. It was a flip of the coin situation since they were back to back in my Due list!!

      If you plan on using alpha-numeric substitution in future, you will need more than just 5-letter sequences!  It's a chore logging the numbers, but once you have a full set, its easy - if you do it after each draw!!

      Good luck!