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Posted: July 27, 2004, 9:38 am - IP Logged

As suggested, I've going through previous posts, checking out associated links, reading articles...etc. And one comparison proprosed by several people go something like:

A) when picking numbers, skip the second game and choose numbers from the third game.

B) Pick numbers from the first 5 games.

C) And all variety of other combinations based on the last time individual number are picked,

I'm having problems with how any of these assumptions are valid. The attached summary sheet for the California Fantasy 5 shows a very evenly spread distribution. And although not shown, I'm getting equivalent result for the 6/49 game:






LST  GAME  PCK
75G
L1L2L3L4L5TOT
         
013433100168
165591720143
227533480122
3174144192123
48292818689
53163018572
651029261080
72920241469
80319161149
90215201148
10028221547
11025201744
1202812628
13000131831
14000131225
1500041014
1600171018
1700081321
1800131014
1900141015
200002911
21000178
2200001111
23000066
24000066
25000044
26000145
27000033
28000066
29000022
30000011
31000011
32000000
33000033
34000022
35000033
36000022
37000011
38000055
39000011
40000011
41000011
42000011
43000000
44000000
45000000
46000000
47000011
48000000
49000000
50000000



All I seem to find is the basic hot/cold mix analysis that you would use occurences. What am I missing?

What I have looked at is:





LST  SRT
75GAMTCLC
L1L2L3L4L5PCKAMT
          TOT>9>9COL
                 
                 
244710271114
0345719085
024114764295
12441122194
478111444295
015121432295
12672036175
01291022185
01361020175
12372033155
12361527155
66771945163
7910123775375
047104162285
00121316184
15691940185



Is sums(TOT)-To wide a range to establish any effective limiting.

The amount of numbers that have not been picked in ten games or better (AMT PCK). And the the associated amounts of current lotto numbers with values of 10 games or more(AMT CLC). And lastly, to track how many different values occur during any one pick.To conclude:





COL>9
CNTAMT
   
0  59
1092
2386
32118
4986
51390
TOT261261



You can expect each pick to have 4 or 5 different times when they were last picked. And that the amount of picks during any one draw will only have a top value under ten games (the 59) only about %22 percent of the time.

Given this kind of data, how can anybody find a skip game approach to selecting then next set of lotto numbers?