Nov 24, 2014, 4:50 am

Hello, how many combinations are possible as a whole at most three repeating patterns of each of the letters ABCDEF =

Example = AAAEED

Or DDDAAF ...... EXAMPLE = AAAAEE = CAN NOT WHY HAS 4 Repeating a LETTER, NOA CAN YOU DELETE FOR THE THREE LETTERS MAXIMO is,

ASK = no discretion to a maximum of 3 letters how many combinations are possible?

Nov 24, 2014, 7:50 am

How to create an algorithm that discovers patterns of 75% to 80% of the draws of a lottery?

This algorithm will discover hidden patterns that looking superficially found not only through coordinated leaving traces in each statistic in the central strip

Nov 25, 2014, 9:26 am

In response to dr san

**Quote:** Originally posted by dr san on Nov 24, 2014

How to create an algorithm that discovers patterns of 75% to 80% of the draws of a lottery?

This algorithm will discover hidden patterns that looking superficially found not only through coordinated leaving traces in each statistic in the central strip

I do not think computers can "discover" any pattern. What you the programmer must do is ask the computer to search for a specific pattern and "report" how many such patterns were found. Computer can not think; they can not put 2 and 2 together. They must be told what to look for.

Nov 25, 2014, 9:53 am

Numbers do behave in a pattern thatis not quite random, but not orderly either. And the best example

is a pattern I have neverseen inmy years ofresearch.

I call itthe 1-2-3-4-5-6 bad-boy pattern.

It can also be 2-4-6-8-10-12.

Or 42-41-40-39-38-37.

You are unlikely to getthose numbers allmeeting together at one time in one game. The chances are

very remote indeed. Andmost players know it. That's why you neversee this kind of pattern picked on a

board or coupon... or even as a drawing fromthe computer pick.

Because everyone knowsthey are hugely unlikely to occur.

Butluckily there aremany patternsthat aremore easily identified. There aremillions of other patterns

arranged in different ways. Remove those bad patterns, and you have left a small percentage ofrandom

numbersthat have amuch greater chance of winning

Here'sthe steps:

1. Check outthe results ofthe last game in your area. You can find the results by entering "YourGame

winning numbers" or "YourGame results" in any large search engine.Go back to the winning numbers

on the last day of play, whether amid-week game or a Saturday one.

Make sure you view the LAST set of winning numbers available.

2. See if your game shows unusual number combinations, asin these examples:

- Three consecutive numberstogetherlike 3, 4, 5, or 25, 26, 27, or even 41, 42, 43.

- Numbers concentrated together at one end ofthe play range, like 33, 35, 36, 38 or 2, 4, 5, 7, 8 (not

those numbers you understand - just a pattern like that).

- Unusual patterns of close numbers of 3 ormore thatmay be in or out ofsequence. A pattern like 2, 4,

6, 8 in two areas ofthe winning numbersis another example.

Nov 25, 2014, 10:24 am

In response to dr san

**Quote:** Originally posted by dr san on Nov 25, 2014

Numbers do behave in a pattern thatis not quite random, but not orderly either. And the best example

is a pattern I have neverseen inmy years ofresearch.

I call itthe 1-2-3-4-5-6 bad-boy pattern.

It can also be 2-4-6-8-10-12.

Or 42-41-40-39-38-37.

You are unlikely to getthose numbers allmeeting together at one time in one game. The chances are

very remote indeed. Andmost players know it. That's why you neversee this kind of pattern picked on a

board or coupon... or even as a drawing fromthe computer pick.

Because everyone knowsthey are hugely unlikely to occur.

Butluckily there aremany patternsthat aremore easily identified. There aremillions of other patterns

arranged in different ways. Remove those bad patterns, and you have left a small percentage ofrandom

numbersthat have amuch greater chance of winning

Here'sthe steps:

1. Check outthe results ofthe last game in your area. You can find the results by entering "YourGame

winning numbers" or "YourGame results" in any large search engine.Go back to the winning numbers

on the last day of play, whether amid-week game or a Saturday one.

Make sure you view the LAST set of winning numbers available.

2. See if your game shows unusual number combinations, asin these examples:

- Three consecutive numberstogetherlike 3, 4, 5, or 25, 26, 27, or even 41, 42, 43.

- Numbers concentrated together at one end ofthe play range, like 33, 35, 36, 38 or 2, 4, 5, 7, 8 (not

those numbers you understand - just a pattern like that).

- Unusual patterns of close numbers of 3 ormore thatmay be in or out ofsequence. A pattern like 2, 4,

6, 8 in two areas ofthe winning numbersis another example.

Straight from the horses mouth of Ken Silver.

10 secrets to winning the lottery

Nov 25, 2014, 11:29 am

Hello, gasmu and winsum, you could create a filter to reduce bet calculator

Example after seeing each statistical view by the central band of higher frequency of each statistics, Winsun already have several ready statistical would be easy to mount the calculator

Magical touches ie could choose up to two options for statistics, and post processing calculator, but first you must make the database of each statistic, to give the touch (or choice) of each statistic or industry, hitting the choice settles the bet

Nov 25, 2014, 9:03 pm

GROUP aaa

Sorrry, I mean

abcdef |

aabcde |

aabcdf |

aaabcd |

aabcef |

aaabce |

aaabcf |

aabdef |

aaabde |

aaabdf |

aaabef |

aacdef |

aaacde |

aaacdf |

aaacef |

aaadef |

abcdef |

aabcde |

aabcdf |

aabcef |

aabdef |

aacdef |

Nov 30, 2014, 6:15 pm

Ok dr san, from your clarification in that PM to me, I will program a count of this request for you. Since I have decided to build myself a base set of programs for myself to count stuff like this, and many other variations, for myself for various lottery games. Made some good progress today, so adding an exit to count your stuff for you I am pretty sure I can do for your counts wanted by the end of this coming week. And I will post the result here in this topic at that time for all to see. However, before I finish and post it, please state here your guess at how much you think it might reduce the permutations. I think it will be fun to see your expectations versus the actual counts computed. The number of total permutations, regularly, for Mega Sena 60/6 that you wanted this for is 50,063,860. Please reply here with your prediction.

Nov 30, 2014, 11:51 pm

In response to MrProgrammer

**Quote:** Originally posted by MrProgrammer on Nov 30, 2014

Ok dr san, from your clarification in that PM to me, I will program a count of this request for you. Since I have decided to build myself a base set of programs for myself to count stuff like this, and many other variations, for myself for various lottery games. Made some good progress today, so adding an exit to count your stuff for you I am pretty sure I can do for your counts wanted by the end of this coming week. And I will post the result here in this topic at that time for all to see. However, before I finish and post it, please state here your guess at how much you think it might reduce the permutations. I think it will be fun to see your expectations versus the actual counts computed. The number of total permutations, regularly, for Mega Sena 60/6 that you wanted this for is 50,063,860. Please reply here with your prediction.

Sub jorel() Dim i1 As Long Dim i2 As Long Dim i3 As Long Dim i4 As Long Dim i5 As Long Dim n As Long Dim iRow As Long For i1 = 3 To 0 Step -1 For i2 = 3 To 0 Step -1 For i3 = 3 To 0 Step -1 For i4 = 3 To 0 Step -1 For i5 = 3 To 0 Step -1 n = 6 - (i1 + i2 + i3 + i4 + i5) If n >= 0 And n <= 3 Then iRow = iRow + 1 Cells(iRow, "A").Value = String(i1, "a") & String(i2, "b") & String(i3, "c") & String(i4, "d") & String(i5, "e") & String(n, "f") End If Next i5 Next i4 Next i3 Next i2 Next i1End Sub

Nov 30, 2014, 11:56 pm

there. I need all the combinations of the six conditions

* Example up to three letters

aabbcc aaabcd and abbccd .......

each of the six letters have to be up to three letters

aaaxxx aaxxxx and axxxxx

* The list below

Lack of two or

aabbcd example, abbccd. ......

this list below is an example, but failed to do all 3.2.1 of each letter of conditions

will be used in the lottery

01-09 = a

* B = 10-19

C = 20-29

30 -39 = d

= 40 to 49 and

F = 50 to 60

Example = = = aaabcf draw 02,06,09 15,26,59 or

02,15,26,51,53,56 =

in total are 336 formations ok

hit condition no later than 3 number of lines each, and then see what is formçoes more out confronting the registration of sweepstakes

because you can get to a 140-160 these 336

eeefff this formation, it is very difficult to do, so first it hits the standard

(One of 336 formations) then comes the line of filters

Dec 1, 2014, 12:09 am

Hello, I was with a friend in LONDON, making the 336 formations excel in the possívies in total, in conditions

Of up to number of rows, but now you have to confront statistics as registration of sweepstakes, to see which formations come out more often and put on a list next to the planilia, this can be used in powerball U.S.A too.

So a small part already ready are the 336 formations

aaabbb |

aaabbc |

aaabbd |

aaabbe |

aaabbf |

aaabcc |

aaabcd |

aaabce |

aaabcf |

aaabdd |

aaabde |

aaabdf |

aaabee |

aaabef |

aaabff |

aaaccc |

aaaccd |

aaacce |

aaaccf |

aaacdd |

aaacde |

aaacdf |

aaacee |

aaacef |

aaacff |

aaaddd |

aaadde |

aaaddf |

aaadee |

aaadef |

aaadff |

aaaeee |

aaaeef |

aaaeff |

aaafff |

aabbbc |

aabbbd |

aabbbe |

aabbbf |

aabbcc |

aabbcd |

aabbce |

aabbcf |

aabbdd |

aabbde |

aabbdf |

aabbee |

aabbef |

aabbff |

aabccc |

aabccd |

aabcce |

aabccf |

aabcdd |

aabcde |

aabcdf |

aabcee |

aabcef |

aabcff |

aabddd |

aabdde |

aabddf |

aabdee |

aabdef |

aabdff |

aabeee |

aabeef |

aabeff |

aabfff |

aacccd |

aaccce |

aacccf |

aaccdd |

aaccde |

aaccdf |

aaccee |

aaccef |

aaccff |

aacddd |

aacdde |

aacddf |

aacdee |

aacdef |

aacdff |

aaceee |

aaceef |

aaceff |

aacfff |

aaddde |

aadddf |

aaddee |

aaddef |

aaddff |

aadeee |

aadeef |

aadeff |

aadfff |

aaeeef |

aaeeff |

aaefff |

abbbcc |

abbbcd |

abbbce |

abbbcf |

abbbdd |

abbbde |

abbbdf |

abbbee |

abbbef |

abbbff |

abbccc |

abbccd |

abbcce |

abbccf |

abbcdd |

abbcde |

abbcdf |

abbcee |

abbcef |

abbcff |

abbddd |

abbdde |

abbddf |

abbdee |

abbdef |

abbdff |

abbeee |

abbeef |

abbeff |

abbfff |

abcccd |

abccce |

abcccf |

abccdd |

abccde |

abccdf |

abccee |

abccef |

abccff |

abcddd |

abcdde |

abcddf |

abcdee |

abcdef |

abcdff |

abceee |

abceef |

abceff |

abcfff |

abddde |

abdddf |

abddee |

abddef |

abddff |

abdeee |

abdeef |

abdeff |

abdfff |

abeeef |

abeeff |

abefff |

acccdd |

acccde |

acccdf |

acccee |

acccef |

acccff |

accddd |

accdde |

accddf |

accdee |

accdef |

accdff |

acceee |

acceef |

acceff |

accfff |

acddde |

acdddf |

acddee |

acddef |

acddff |

acdeee |

acdeef |

acdeff |

acdfff |

aceeef |

aceeff |

acefff |

adddee |

adddef |

adddff |

addeee |

addeef |

addeff |

addfff |

adeeef |

adeeff |

adefff |

aeeeff |

aeefff |

bbbccc |

bbbccd |

bbbcce |

bbbccf |

bbbcdd |

bbbcde |

bbbcdf |

bbbcee |

bbbcef |

bbbcff |

bbbddd |

bbbdde |

bbbddf |

bbbdee |

bbbdef |

bbbdff |

bbbeee |

bbbeef |

bbbeff |

bbbfff |

bbcccd |

bbccce |

bbcccf |

bbccdd |

bbccde |

bbccdf |

bbccee |

bbccef |

bbccff |

bbcddd |

bbcdde |

bbcddf |

bbcdee |

bbcdef |

bbcdff |

bbceee |

bbceef |

bbceff |

bbcfff |

bbddde |

bbdddf |

bbddee |

bbddef |

bbddff |

bbdeee |

bbdeef |

bbdeff |

bbdfff |

bbeeef |

bbeeff |

bbefff |

bcccdd |

bcccde |

bcccdf |

bcccee |

bcccef |

bcccff |

bccddd |

bccdde |

bccddf |

bccdee |

bccdef |

bccdff |

bcceee |

bcceef |

bcceff |

bccfff |

bcddde |

bcdddf |

bcddee |

bcddef |

bcddff |

bcdeee |

bcdeef |

bcdeff |

bcdfff |

bceeef |

bceeff |

bcefff |

bdddee |

bdddef |

bdddff |

bddeee |

bddeef |

bddeff |

bddfff |

bdeeef |

bdeeff |

bdefff |

beeeff |

beefff |

cccddd |

cccdde |

cccddf |

cccdee |

cccdef |

cccdff |

ccceee |

ccceef |

ccceff |

cccfff |

ccddde |

ccdddf |

ccddee |

ccddef |

ccddff |

ccdeee |

ccdeef |

ccdeff |

ccdfff |

cceeef |

cceeff |

ccefff |

cdddee |

cdddef |

cdddff |

cddeee |

cddeef |

cddeff |

cddfff |

cdeeef |

cdeeff |

cdefff |

ceeeff |

ceefff |

dddeee |

dddeef |

dddeff |

dddfff |

ddeeef |

ddeeff |

ddefff |

deeeff |

deefff |

eeefff |

Dec 1, 2014, 12:24 am

HELLO, mr programmer thanks for answering my request,

= Goal is to see which formations of 336 possible that more leave Example aaabbb, eeefff ..... etc are difficult formations to leave then filtering out 336 you can get to a 140-160 good training to play and set

Example A it is abbcef = a bet would be = 05,12,15,27,45,56, or other variations researched by statistics and delays by line.

Could access the planilia? There has Sweepstakes 60/6 to confront the 336 To see the statistics so the 50 million odds of 60/6 was reduced to 336 training standards (provided that give up to three numbers per line) this pattern comes out in 95 % of the draw,

Dec 1, 2014, 12:35 am

hello, I tried to send a spreadsheet link the sample sweepstakes for you to see !!, the forum blocked, claiming new member !! what I do? Question, the forum members can send an example of mediafire link in this post? thank you

In response to dr san

**Quote:** Originally posted by dr san on Dec 1, 2014

hello, I tried to send a spreadsheet link the sample sweepstakes for you to see !!, the forum blocked, claiming new member !! what I do? Question, the forum members can send an example of mediafire link in this post? thank you

Click the link and download the file.

It show 43470 back digit combinations for any 6 digits in any order.

G

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