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# position frequency analysis

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China
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Have you ever heard of position frequency analysis?If not,check this out..its very helpful.

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Without any link being present, position frequency analysis is a method to determine what numbers are most likely to fall in a particular position in any given lottery. A person can then use the positional frequency chart for that game, select a percentage to be used (most often 80% to 90%) find the numbers falling into that range then construct a wheel for the basis of making a selection. If desired, one can then take that wheel, go into any other form of analysis (hot/cold, sums, trending, whatever) and narrow the number of selections from that wheel from which one can make their final choice(s).

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john

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Am I missing something here. Where is the chart you are talking aBOUT? Thanks

China
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what chart?

http://www.lottodynamics.com/powerball.html

do you mean this one?

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Goose

In your first post on this thread, on the last line you say "check this out...", but you don't give a link or any info on what to check out.  Was there a specific link or something you wanted us to check out?

plnwebguy

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plnwebguy,I wanted you all to check that out...I think this method isnt bad anyway!

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Positional frequency analysis combined with positional wheeling can either put you in a better position to win a better prize at lower cost to play, or cost you the prize if the lottery zags to your zig.

I found it helped to break the lottery history into two groups where at least five of the six numbers were in the range 01-36 or 14-49, this seemed to level out the disruption of having the draw's lowest numbers starting relatively high or ending relatively low.

The idea is to find an aspect of the game that comes around fairly often you can set a trap for.  BobP

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try this method in another way..analysis their last digital number

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hi goose can you print the link that will direct us to the chart for the pos. freq. system. Thanks

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hopefully someone else can find one

goose

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Link on my site for position frequencies for known games:

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

No instructions or guidelines there for use - the reader will determine how these charts and information will be used.

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John's charts are positional frequency charts for the appearance of each number based on all possible combinations. Notice how the last column sum is the same for each row, and the last row sum is the same for each column.

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

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5/32

CO Cash 5, KS Cash.

ABCDE Total
131465---- 31465
2274054060--- 31465
3237517308406-- 31465
4204759828113428- 31465

how to explain this chart?
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A #1 will appear in the first position a total of 31,465 times in a complete list of every possible combination (in sorted order)....

A #2 will appear in the first position 27,405 times in the first sorted position, and 4,060 times in the second position, total appearances will be 31,495... this will be constant for each of the 32 numbers in the game....

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

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