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I went back to CRUNCH site again.. and still having problems.

 

I list the previous numbers...  6 -8 of them..

I selected the group of sums... etc...  and then it would either give me suggestions of 0... or it would list the numbers from the previous draws.. I have no clue to why this will not work for me..

 

HELP!

 

thanks TNTea

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tntea,

Don't be frustrated. There is no reason to be....

The CRUNCH is NOT a system it is a tool. It is not predicting numbers on it's own it is reducing the numbers entered to a smaller amount of numbers by using filters for that reduction.

 


In the CRUNCH 1, the currently available version you can use the filters SUMS, KEYNUMBERS, ROTTS, HIGH/LOW and EVEN/ODD filters to selecgt parts from your input data. In the next generation CRUNCH 2 there will be around 100 filters available to reduct the numbers.

 

Back to the use: The CRUNCH requires input. Input can come from many sources:

  • from previous draws (quite a few of them!)
  • from prediction systems, such as Wild Wheel 3, Mastermind 3 or Candy Numbers 3,
  • or even from Lottery Post posts with predictions from other predictors, etc.

Here a list of recent posts that will show you, how people are using the tool. They contain working examples as well:

  • https://www.lotterypost.com/thread/91644 reikihealer -Crunch/Wild Wheel
  • https://www.lotterypost.com/thread/92220 Lucky - Crunch Commands
  • https://www.lotterypost.com/thread/91185 oilbath - Crunch questions
  • https://www.lotterypost.com/thread/89737 Crunch 167 singles method
  • https://www.lotterypost.com/thread/89985 win D - Crunch No-Hit list
  • https://www.lotterypost.com/thread/90080 Hit number chart
  • https://www.lotterypost.com/thread/89766 winsumloosesum - 333 Draw Doubles method

These posts should help to get a feel for the tool and what it is able to do.

Two other thoughts:

  • PM the posters for further input. They are using the tool
  • post here a sample Output that the CRUNCH gave you (grab the area with the mouse, Control-C copies the contents, and Control-P pastes it into a message.) and we can give you the improvements right away.

Good Luck!

LANTERN's avatar - kilroy 28_173_reasonably_small.jpg

Yes MikeK a collection of Crunch examples will help people a lot and me too. Thank you much.

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Lantern here is one the wayes i am useing Crunch 2 to pick numbers in missouri.


Date/Time: Sun Aug 8 15:40:21 CDT 2004

INPUT DATA:
<AddList:NumberClasses:All Numbers> S, B
<AddList:KeyNumbers> 3, 5, 9, 2
<SelectFilter:Roots> 2, 8, 5, 6, 7, 4
<SelectFilter:VtracsRoots> 9, 1, 8, 6, 7, 2
<SelectFilter:VtracsFrontDigits> 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
<SelectFilter:VtracsCenterDigits> 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
<SelectFilter:VtracsEndDigits> 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
<SelectFilter:VtracsSums> 09, 10, 06
<SelectFilter:Pairs> 51, 12
<SelectFilter:FrontPairSums> 06, 11, 12
<SelectFilter:EndPairSums> 09, 10, 08, 03
<SetOutput:Roots>
<SetOutput:VtracsNumbers>

OUTPUT DATA:
Priority: 2
BoxedNumbers: 124
421(532), 421(532)
BoxedNumbers: 125
512(123), 512(123)
Priority: 4
BoxedNumbers: 157
517(123), 517(123), 571(132), 571(132)
No. of Results  : 8
No. of Selections: 3
No. of Priorities: 2


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When I put in the data it suggests 0 numbers.. or the numbers that I put in..

ram's avatar - Lottery-065.jpg

Hello tntea.The Crunch is the second half of the system.One way would be to go to your state prediction page and pick out 6 of your favorite predicters predictions.Take those 60 predictions and put them into the input field of the crunch.Now you are ready to apply your filters and see what you get.Good luck....ram

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Thanks everyone for your input.

tntea,

As I mentioned earlier: Could you just copy the example output into the post here? That would be the easiest way to get help, becaise I could see the selections used.

Good Luck!

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