Fibonacci

Feb 26, 2008, 10:21 am

Inviting comments and input to turn these observations into STRAIGHTs system.

I took all possible p3 numbers and their short sums and root sums (Great software to do this easily is LotSoft by paurths).

Create a filter comprising Short sum/Root and looked at their distribution for all p3 straights numbers.

Here is the distribution of

LDR/Rt Freq

34 75

45 75

23 73

56 73

12 69

67 69

01 63

78 63

89 55

99 55

88 45

91 45

02 36

77 36

13 28

66 28

24 21

55 21

35 15

44 15

33 10

46 10

22 6

57 6

11 3

68 3

00 1

79 1

Totals= 1000

What this means.

1. Notice pair 34 and 45 cover 15 % of all draws. Every 14 DRAWS on average a straight will hit from one of these pairs.

Short sum 3 Root 4

544 |

535 |

526 |

373 |

571 |

553 |

562 |

436 |

418 |

427 |

580 |

508 |

517 |

445 |

454 |

247 |

238 |

319 |

328 |

157 |

148 |

139 |

229 |

166 |

085 |

067 |

076 |

094 |

049 |

058 |

337 |

292 |

274 |

283 |

364 |

346 |

355 |

193 |

184 |

175 |

256 |

265 |

922 |

913 |

940 |

931 |

760 |

841 |

850 |

832 |

823 |

814 |

904 |

805 |

490 |

751 |

616 |

607 |

391 |

481 |

382 |

409 |

472 |

463 |

634 |

625 |

733 |

742 |

661 |

652 |

643 |

670 |

715 |

724 |

706 |

Short sum 4 root 5

545 |

536 |

527 |

563 |

572 |

554 |

428 |

437 |

518 |

419 |

446 |

509 |

455 |

248 |

239 |

329 |

158 |

149 |

167 |

077 |

086 |

068 |

374 |

095 |

059 |

284 |

338 |

293 |

275 |

356 |

365 |

347 |

194 |

185 |

176 |

257 |

266 |

923 |

914 |

860 |

950 |

941 |

932 |

770 |

752 |

761 |

842 |

851 |

833 |

824 |

815 |

905 |

806 |

590 |

581 |

482 |

491 |

608 |

617 |

392 |

383 |

473 |

464 |

743 |

626 |

734 |

662 |

635 |

653 |

644 |

680 |

671 |

716 |

725 |

707 |

jackpotismine

Feb 26, 2008, 10:34 am

In response to Fibonacci

**Quote:** Originally posted by Fibonacci on Feb 26, 2008

Inviting comments and input to turn these observations into STRAIGHTs system.

I took all possible p3 numbers and their short sums and root sums (Great software to do this easily is LotSoft by paurths).

Create a filter comprising Short sum/Root and looked at their distribution for all p3 straights numbers.

Here is the distribution of

LDR/Rt Freq

34 75

45 75

23 73

56 73

12 69

67 69

01 63

78 63

89 55

99 55

88 45

91 45

02 36

77 36

13 28

66 28

24 21

55 21

35 15

44 15

33 10

46 10

22 6

57 6

11 3

68 3

00 1

79 1

Totals= 1000

What this means.

1. Notice pair 34 and 45 cover 15 % of all draws. Every 14 DRAWS on average a straight will hit from one of these pairs.

Short sum 3 Root 4

544 |

535 |

526 |

373 |

571 |

553 |

562 |

436 |

418 |

427 |

580 |

508 |

517 |

445 |

454 |

247 |

238 |

319 |

328 |

157 |

148 |

139 |

229 |

166 |

085 |

067 |

076 |

094 |

049 |

058 |

337 |

292 |

274 |

283 |

364 |

346 |

355 |

193 |

184 |

175 |

256 |

265 |

922 |

913 |

940 |

931 |

760 |

841 |

850 |

832 |

823 |

814 |

904 |

805 |

490 |

751 |

616 |

607 |

391 |

481 |

382 |

409 |

472 |

463 |

634 |

625 |

733 |

742 |

661 |

652 |

643 |

670 |

715 |

724 |

706 |

Short sum 4 root 5

545 |

536 |

527 |

563 |

572 |

554 |

428 |

437 |

518 |

419 |

446 |

509 |

455 |

248 |

239 |

329 |

158 |

149 |

167 |

077 |

086 |

068 |

374 |

095 |

059 |

284 |

338 |

293 |

275 |

356 |

365 |

347 |

194 |

185 |

176 |

257 |

266 |

923 |

914 |

860 |

950 |

941 |

932 |

770 |

752 |

761 |

842 |

851 |

833 |

824 |

815 |

905 |

806 |

590 |

581 |

482 |

491 |

608 |

617 |

392 |

383 |

473 |

464 |

743 |

626 |

734 |

662 |

635 |

653 |

644 |

680 |

671 |

716 |

725 |

707 |

I only like to play str8 and I think that a system with picking pairs would be great. Can did system pick back pairs? Is lotsoft free?

Fibonacci

Feb 26, 2008, 10:39 am

Note: the pairs are formed by concatenating the Shortsum amd Root sums.

Pair 34 (Short 3, Rt 4) is 7.5% (1 in 14) of all draws, yet is out 30 draws in NY. here athe numbers boxed

049 |

058 |

067 |

139 |

148 |

157 |

166 |

229 |

238 |

247 |

256 |

337 |

346 |

355 |

445 |

jackpotismine

Feb 26, 2008, 10:44 am

Can you use China numbers as an example? last night was 428 and the previous night was 403. Did you need to use a long history?

bashley572

Feb 26, 2008, 12:42 pm

In response to Fibonacci

**Quote:** Originally posted by Fibonacci on Feb 26, 2008

Note: the pairs are formed by concatenating the Shortsum amd Root sums.

Pair 34 (Short 3, Rt 4) is 7.5% (1 in 14) of all draws, yet is out 30 draws in NY. here athe numbers boxed

049 |

058 |

067 |

139 |

148 |

157 |

166 |

229 |

238 |

247 |

256 |

337 |

346 |

355 |

445 |

WOW, good call , 364 in NY midday!!!!

Fibonacci

Feb 26, 2008, 1:03 pm

Thanks Bashley.

GA has not had a "34" in 33 draws.

LDR/RT-34 |

049 |

058 |

067 |

139 |

148 |

157 |

166 |

229 |

238 |

247 |

256 |

337 |

346 |

355 |

445 |

Interestingly "45" has been very hot in GA.

059 |

068 |

077 |

149 |

158 |

167 |

239 |

248 |

257 |

266 |

338 |

347 |

356 |

446 |

455 |

LANTERN

Feb 26, 2008, 2:42 pm

Out of 1000, 100 is 10% and 200 = 20% so I think that 150 straights are 15%.

In 1000 draws one would think that all one thousand numbers would come out, but some would come out 1 time, some others more than once and some not at all.

If we think that all 1000 numbers would come out on 1000 draws then:

150 particular straights are expected to come out 15% of the time.

So on 100 draws 15 of them would come out.

On 20 draws 3 would come out.

So on (Every) 10 draws 1.5 of them might come out.

So on about 7 (Every) draws one would come out.

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**Is that right or did I make mistakes? **

-----------------

In reality that should or might not be right, not in the short run, but maybe in the very long term (?).

Unless I made a mistake above.

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That might be the same as keeping track of any 150 straight combos, but maybe easier as there are already stats for LDRs and Roots on that program, but not combined stats as **"A combined Filters Option" was never implemented, I was not listened to.**

LANTERN

Feb 26, 2008, 2:47 pm

In response to LANTERN

**Quote:** Originally posted by LANTERN on Feb 26, 2008

Out of 1000, 100 is 10% and 200 = 20% so I think that 150 straights are 15%.

In 1000 draws one would think that all one thousand numbers would come out, but some would come out 1 time, some others more than once and some not at all.

If we think that all 1000 numbers would come out on 1000 draws then:

150 particular straights are expected to come out 15% of the time.

So on 100 draws 15 of them would come out.

On 20 draws 3 would come out.

So on (Every) 10 draws 1.5 of them might come out.

So on about 7 (Every) draws one would come out.

------------

**Is that right or did I make mistakes? **

-----------------

In reality that should or might not be right, not in the short run, but maybe in the very long term (?).

Unless I made a mistake above.

---------

That might be the same as keeping track of any 150 straight combos, but maybe easier as there are already stats for LDRs and Roots on that program, but not combined stats as **"A combined Filters Option" was never implemented, I was not listened to.**

As there are too many straight a"Simple" "Compound" filter such as that might or would not be enough, best used with something else, so other kind(s) of stat(s)-filter(s).

**A good start anyway!**

Raven62

Feb 26, 2008, 3:39 pm

In response to Fibonacci

**Quote:** Originally posted by Fibonacci on Feb 26, 2008

Note: the pairs are formed by concatenating the Shortsum amd Root sums.

Pair 34 (Short 3, Rt 4) is 7.5% (1 in 14) of all draws, yet is out 30 draws in NY. here athe numbers boxed

049 |

058 |

067 |

139 |

148 |

157 |

166 |

229 |

238 |

247 |

256 |

337 |

346 |

355 |

445 |

Root Sum: 4 and Sum Last Digit (Short Sum): 3 is the same as:

Sum 13: 049-058-067-139-148-157-166-229-238-247-256-337-346-355-445...(15)

https://www.lotterypost.com/thread/145502/718044

Why use a compound filter when a simple one will do the exact same thing?

Raven62

Feb 26, 2008, 3:44 pm

In response to Fibonacci

**Quote:** Originally posted by Fibonacci on Feb 26, 2008

Thanks Bashley.

GA has not had a "34" in 33 draws.

LDR/RT-34 |

049 |

058 |

067 |

139 |

148 |

157 |

166 |

229 |

238 |

247 |

256 |

337 |

346 |

355 |

445 |

Interestingly "45" has been very hot in GA.

059 |

068 |

077 |

149 |

158 |

167 |

239 |

248 |

257 |

266 |

338 |

347 |

356 |

446 |

455 |

Sum 14: 059-068-077-149-158-167-239-248-257-266-338-347-356-446-455...(15)

Fibonacci

Feb 26, 2008, 9:45 pm

In response to Raven62

**Quote:** Originally posted by Raven62 on Feb 26, 2008

Root Sum: 4 and Sum Last Digit (Short Sum): 3 is the same as:

Sum 13: 049-058-067-139-148-157-166-229-238-247-256-337-346-355-445...(15)

https://www.lotterypost.com/thread/145502/718044

Why use a compound filter when a simple one will do the exact same thing?

Raven,

Thanks for the charts. Actually the compound filter I am suggesting has more predictive power. I will of course have to demonstrate over some time.

Tracking a single sum or LDR or Root sum is riskeir than a compound that covers a wider dispersion of numbers. This compound also reduces the linearity somewhat.

Will post some for select states. Let's keep the discussion going. I believe this is is potentially big. have

Fibonacci

Feb 26, 2008, 10:12 pm

In response to Fibonacci

**Quote:** Originally posted by Fibonacci on Feb 26, 2008

Raven,

Thanks for the charts. Actually the compound filter I am suggesting has more predictive power. I will of course have to demonstrate over some time.

Tracking a single sum or LDR or Root sum is riskeir than a compound that covers a wider dispersion of numbers. This compound also reduces the linearity somewhat.

Will post some for select states. Let's keep the discussion going. I believe this is is potentially big. have

Raven as a follow up. I am posting the numbers for **GA** based on this compound filter. I am on the record. Compound filter 91 has not hit 55 draws and its average is 23 draws. Expect a draw from these numbers before Friday. Call me on it!!

199 |

289 |

379 |

388 |

469 |

478 |

559 |

568 |

577 |

667 |

Raven62

Feb 26, 2008, 10:29 pm

In response to Fibonacci

**Quote:** Originally posted by Fibonacci on Feb 26, 2008

Raven,

Thanks for the charts. Actually the compound filter I am suggesting has more predictive power. I will of course have to demonstrate over some time.

Tracking a single sum or LDR or Root sum is riskeir than a compound that covers a wider dispersion of numbers. This compound also reduces the linearity somewhat.

Will post some for select states. Let's keep the discussion going. I believe this is is potentially big. have

Granted looking at 28 Sums can be mind boggling, and breaking them into smaller groups makes it easier to visualize where they might go next, but then again using Root Sum & SLD can be confusing too. One overlooked Sum is SFD which eliminates the need to do the math introduced by using Root Sum. I'm looking forward to seeing more on this subject and the related examples associated with them.

Fibonacci

Feb 29, 2008, 11:03 am

This is the distribution of the Compound filter LDR/RT in all 1000 p3 numbers. This shows the compound filter LDR/Rt Frequency Average Skips before next draw.

If the current skip is more than the average skip..the compound filter is hot. In tracking NY it's a 100% success so far.

34 75 13.3draws

45 75 13.3draws

23 73 13.7draws

56 73 13.7draws

12 69 14.5draws

67 69 14.5draws

01 63 15.9draws

78 63 15.9draws

89 55 18.2draws

99 55 18.2draws

88 45 22.2draws

91 45 22.2draws

02 36 27.8draws

77 36 27.8draws

13 28 35.7draws

66 28 35.7draws

24 21 47.6draws

55 21 47.6draws

35 15 66.7draws

44 15 66.7draws

33 10 100draws

46 10 100draws

22 6 167draws

57 6 167draws

11 3 333draws

68 3 333draws

00 1 1000draws

79 1 1000draws

I have been tracking NY. It has worked every single day!. This is a great filer. I was chasing a double in Ny because my vtracs showed it due. When I studied this compound filter i knew why the probability of this number showing up soon (beforre many months) is very low because another number with this compound filter fell recently.

Fibonacci

Feb 29, 2008, 11:06 am

NY Compound Filters Due

Midday

12-Hit

01

02

77

66

35

44

33

57

Evening

34-Hit

99

13

44

33

11

68

Mid/Eve

56

67

89

77

35

44

57

68

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