This and That

Whatever this and that is for the day

Sunday, December 31, 2006

 

Trashed it all

Going crazy

Getting tired of the code hunt.

Went thru my software this am and deleted all the code games except one.

Made a minor modification on that  one. LOL

 

 


Thursday, December 28, 2006

 

Are RNG draws biased

Do I want to let the cat out of the bag.

I loaded some draws in an rng state last night. I used ev-od cd 2

I found a large bias in the state I loaded.

The  22 code pr hit 24 times out of the 61 draws I loaded. Figure exact order for next time it hits and it could produce some results.

I just deflated 90 days past results of that state using the new and powerful prs filter to find the hits with the prs in the 22 code pr which are 00-22-44-02-04-24 lottery prs. The deflate results are at bottom.


 Record    Date    Pos1 Pos2 Pos3 Pos4  Matched  Skips
----------------------------------------------------------
      03  10/29/2006  1    2    2            2      2
    10  11/05/2006  2    5    2            2      6
    11  11/06/2006  1    2    2            2      0
    14  11/09/2006  6    2    2            2      2
    15  11/10/2006  2    2    2            2      0
    16  11/11/2006  2    2    5            2      0
    17  11/12/2006  2    1    2            2      0
    18  11/13/2006  2    2    2            2      0
    22  11/17/2006  6    2    2            2      3
    23  11/18/2006  2    2    5            2      0
    24  11/19/2006  2    2    5            2      0
    28  11/23/2006  2    2    2            2      3
    30  11/25/2006  1    2    2            2      1
    32  11/27/2006  6    2    2            2      1
    37  12/02/2006  1    2    2            2      4
    39  12/04/2006  2    2    1            2      1
    42  12/07/2006  2    2    6            2      2
    43  12/08/2006  2    1    2            2      0
    44  12/09/2006  1    2    2            2      0
    45  12/10/2006  2    2    2            2      0
    46  12/11/2006  2    2    5            2      0
    48  12/13/2006  2    2    6            2      1
    49  12/14/2006  2    6    2            2      0
    52  12/17/2006  5    2    2            2      2
_________________________________________________

Tier 3
922(229,292)

Tier 2
504(540) 044(044) 207(702) 047(470) 142(214)

Tier 1
282 446 424 500 012 428 203 624 122 227 802 240 254 020 640 430


Wednesday, December 27, 2006

 

A neat two code trick

I took my mid day tracking for each code and merged the two codes just like you would mid and eve draws. Now there are code variations in some of the numbers. I used the 256 mid code here for reference.

This is deflating the two codes

tier two will have the same 256 code on both sides.
tier one will have the 256 code when placed on the side it fits and also a second code for each number when when placed on the side it does not fit.

example the 467 in tier one
467 code 256 in code 2
467 code 566 in code 1

Tier 2
067(067) 078(078) 069(069) 089(089)
267(267) 278(278) 269(269) 289(289)

Tier 1
467 478 469 489 045 056 058 047 049
245 256 258 247 249

Input:
067 078 069 089 267 278 269 289 467
478 469 489 045 056 058 047 067 078
049 069 089 245 256 258 247 267 278
249 269 289

code 1
256__045,056,058,047,067,078
_____049,069,089,245,256,258
_____247,267,278,249,269,289

code 2

256__067,078,069,089,267,278
_____269,289,467,478,469,489

___________________________________________________

looking at the mid draw history of the 256 code It appears together on the same date on some dates and not together on other dates.

When they appear together at the same date what does that tell you.

Number search of SC3MID ev-od cd 1-2 new.dmg:
All Records      Printed: 12-27-2006

14 Records Found         
14 Selected Records Printed          Page

 Record    Date    Pos1 Pos2 Pos3 Pos4  Matched  Skips
----------------------------------------------------------
    13  10/09/2006  5    2    6            3      12
    14  10/09/2006  5    2    6            3      0
    17  10/11/2006  6    5    2            3      2
    18  10/11/2006  6    5    2            3      0
    20  10/12/2006  2    6    5            3      1
    21  10/13/2006  6    2    5            3      0
    25  10/16/2006  5    6    2            3      3
    31  10/19/2006  5    2    6            3      5
    51  10/31/2006  6    2    5            3      19
    52  10/31/2006  6    2    5            3      0
    57  11/03/2006  5    2    6            3      4
    58  11/03/2006  5    2    6            3      0
    65  11/08/2006  6    2    5            3      6
    107  12/02/2006  2    6    5            3      41


Wednesday, December 27, 2006

 

Why 2 separate codes

 I have found by using only four code number the tracking moves at a faster pace.
I like my exact order pairs and a shorter code moves exact order much faster. More exact pairs when doing this way but may catch a hit quicker. I do not like sittin on something till haides freezes over.

Using two separate codes I can track both sides.

Look at the codes and you will see that they are biased from one side to the other side. 

Biased hi and lo in each side.

Biased on even and odd in each side.

Look at the two codes together you will see that each code number group have different amounts of numbers in them from one side to the other.

I can decide which way to go.

Even - Odd code 1 new

c
o
d
e___lott #

1___1-3
2___0-2
5___5-7-9
6___4-6-8

even-odd code 2 new
c
o
d
e___lott #

1___1-3-5
2___0-2-4
5___7-9
6___6-8


Wednesday, December 27, 2006

 

2nd half new code

The second part of the code.
It is not necessary to use both but I do. 

 

even-odd code 2 new
c
o
d
e___lott #

1___1-3-5
2___0-2-4
5___7-9
6___6-8


125__017,019,127,129,147,149
_____037,039,237,239,347,349
_____057,059,257,259,457,459

126__016,018,126,128,146,148
_____036,038,236,238,346,348
_____056,058,256,258,456,458

156__167,178,169,189,367,378
_____369,389,567,578,569,589

256__067,078,069,089,267,278
_____269,289,467,478,469,489
____________________________

112__011,112,114,013,123,134
_____015,125,145,033,233,334
_____035,235,345,055,255,455

115__117,119,137,139,157,159
_____337,339,357,359,557,559

116__116,118,136,138,156,158
_____336,338,356,358,556,558

122__001,012,014,122,124,144
_____003,023,034,223,234,344
_____005,025,045,225,245,445

155__177,179,199,377,379,399
_____577,579,599

166__166,168,188,366,368,388
_____566,568,588

225__007,009,027,029,047,049
_____227,229,247,249,447,449

226__006,008,026,028,046,048
_____226,228,246,248,446,448

255__077,079,099,277,279,299
_____477,479,499

266__066,068,088,266,268,288
_____466,468,488

556__677,778,679,789,699,899

566__667,678,788,669,689,889

_______________________________

111__111,113,115,133,135
_____155,333,335,355,555

222__000,002,004,022,024
_____044,222,224,244,444

555__777,779,799,999

666__666,668,688,888


Tuesday, December 26, 2006

 

Heres one of the new code

What am I gonna call this one. [LOL]

 

 

Even - Odd code 1 new

c
o
d
e___lott #

1___1-3
2___0-2
5___5-7-9
6___4-6-8


125__015,017,019,125,127,129
_____035,037,039,235,237,239

126__014,016,018,124,126,128
_____034,036,038,234,236,238

156__145,156,158,147,167,178
_____149,169,189,345,356,358
_____347,367,378,349,369,389

256__045,056,058,047,067,078
_____049,069,089,245,256,258
_____247,267,278,249,269,289

____________________________
112__011,112,013,123,033,233

115__115,117,119,135,137,139
_____335,337,339

116__114,116,118,134,136,138
_____334,336,338

122__001,012,122,003,023,223

155__155,157,159,177,179,199
_____355,357,359,377,379,399

166__144,146,148,166,168,188
_____344,346,348,366,368,388

225__005,007,009,025,027,029
_____225,227,229

226__004,006,008,024,026,028
_____224,226,228

255__055,057,059,077,079,099
_____255,257,259,277,279,299

266__044,046,048,066,068,088
_____244,246,248,266,268,288

556__455,556,558,457,567,578
_____459,569,589,477,677,778
_____479,679,789,499,699,899

566__445,456,458,566,568,588
_____447,467,478,667,678,788
_____449,469,489,669,689,889

_______________________________
111__111,113,133,333

222__000,002,022,222

555__555,557,559,577,579
_____599,777,779,799,999

666__444,446,448,466,468
_____488,666,668,688,888

 Combo Report for SC3M&E EV-OD CD 1 NEW.DMG:
All  Combos      12-26-2006      160 Records

 COMBO                  Hit      Hit      Current      Skip      Most
 SUMMARY      Hits      Avg    Median      Skips        Avg      Out
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
  Triples      13      12.3      12        3        11.1        21
  Doubles      87      1.8        2        0          .8        6
CD Doubles      27      5.9        5        0          4.9        20
  CD Pairs      87      1.8        1        0          .0        3
  No Match      60      2.7        2        7          1.6        7
Wild Match        0                          142                    160
  Consec's        0                          160                    160
 2-Carried      87      1.8        1        1          .9        6
 0-Carried      12      13.3      11        21        11.3        32
  All Even      16      10.0        6        3          8.8        26
  All Odd      23      7.0        4        10          5.5        32
1 Ev-2 Odd      67      2.4        2        1          1.4        13
2 Ev-1 Odd      54      3.0        2        0          2.0        11

 

 

 


Tuesday, December 26, 2006

 

New code[ hit frequency sampler ]

This is code 1 combined draws

I did not load a lot of draws for mid and eve before I combined

hit frequency 159 draws

Combo Report for SC3M&E  CD 1 NEW.DMG:       
12-26-2006      159 Records

                    Hit      Hit      Current      Skip      Most
 COMBO    Hits      Avg    Median      Skips        Avg      Out      Due
----------------------------------------------------------------------
1 5 6        18      8.8        6        10          7.3      23       
2 5 6        18      8.8        7        11          7.2      24       
5 5 6        14      11.4      10        14          9.4      21       
1 2 5        13      12.2        8        19          9.8      25       
2 5 5        11      14.5      14          0        13.5      43       
1 2 6        11      14.5      14          6        12.9      57       
1 6 6        10      15.9        8          7        14.2      36      Yes
1 1 5        9      17.7      14          9        15.7      39      Yes
1 1 6        9      17.7      14        27        13.7      31       
1 5 5        8      19.9      11        44        13.4      46      Yes
5 6 6        8      19.9        7        25        15.8      57       
2 6 6        7      22.7      18        20        18.9      50       
6 6 6        6      26.5      21        41        18.7      41       
5 5 5        4      39.8      34        21        33.5      61       
2 2 5        4      39.8      24        37        29.5      60       
1 1 1        2      79.5      34        91        33.0      91       
1 2 2        2      79.5      65        28        64.5      65       
2 2 6        2      79.5      77          4        76.5      153       
1 1 2        2      79.5      29        100        28.5      100       
2 2 2        1    159.0      159          2        156.0      156       


Tuesday, December 26, 2006

 

New code coming [ LOL ]

OH NOOOOOOO not another one jap69 [LOL]

I was falling of the chair in amazement when I was convering actual draws to code on this one. Put it in the computer and looks good so far.

May need to have Todd do a lottery post copyright on it. What do you think Todd?

I am using "I"s computer for this one. [LOL] "I"s computer is out of this world.

Will need to put together the code sheet before I post it.

Any one interested or is this another wild goose chase?
I will check in a couple days to see if any one is interested.

There are two sides to this code.

This is a small sampling of one of the codes how it falls exact order. This one is so wild that it could break the lottery. IF YOU PICK THE CORRECT CODE FOR PLAY.

This is mid draw code 1 [lottery 257 fell}

Record    Date    Pos1 Pos2 Pos3 Pos4  Matched  Skips
---------------------------------------------------------
      2  10/03/2006  5    2    5            3      1
    19  10/23/2006  2    5    5            3      16
    46  11/23/2006  5    5    2            3      26
    53  12/01/2006  2    5    5            3      6
    58  12/07/2006  5    5    2            3      4
    73  12/26/2006  2    5    5            3      14

This is mid draw code 2 [lottery #257 fell]

Record    Date    Pos1 Pos2 Pos3 Pos4  Matched  Skips
---------------------------------------------------------
      2  10/03/2006  1    2    5            3      1
    19  10/23/2006  2    5    1            3      16
    30  11/04/2006  2    1    5            3      10
    48  11/25/2006  2    1    5            3      17
    73  12/26/2006  2    1    5            3      24

May look a little confusing but it is not.


Saturday, December 23, 2006

 

Lottery systems and predicting

Excalibur had a very good post on predicting.

This is the link

https://www.lotterypost.com/thread/145832.htm?p=3


Monday, December 18, 2006

 

S.Carolina bracket system hits

Just doing the hits that are not in brackets. list posted 12/4 and numbers that hit from 10/01 to 10/4 in brackets.

Looks about time to redo the list from a shorter time span. Say from Nov 1 to present. The groups in red is getting filled with hits.

 

I am crossing out the hits not in brackets since 12/4 to 12/18

This is South Carolina mid and eve combined

This group contains 50 wild no match and 30 consecutive pair no match. I think count em

___ 024- 025- 034-[035]  124- [125]-[134]-[135]
___ 026- 027-[036] 037  [126]-[127]-[136]-[137]
___ 028-[029]-038- 039  [128]-[129]- 138-  139
___ 046-[047] 056- 057  [146]- 147- [156]- 157
___[048]-049-[058][059] [148]-[149]- 158- [159]
___[068][069][078] 079  [168]-[169]  178- [179]

___[246][247][256][257]  346-  347-  356- [357]
___ 248-[249][258] 259  [348]-[349]-[358]-[359]
___[268] 269- 278- 279  [368]-[369]- 378- [379]
___[468] 469- 478- 479  [568]-[569] [578] [579]

In this group below the first 2 numbers in each line are consecutive pr no match combos.

012-[013]-002--003--112-[113]
 014-[015]-004-[005][114][115]
 016-[017]-006--007--116-[117]
[018]-019--008--009--118-[119]
 023--123--022--033-[122][133]
 045-[145]-044-[055]-144--155
[067]-167-[066]-077--166-[177]
[089][189]-088--099--188-[199]
 234-[235]-224--225-[334]-335
[236]-237--226--227--336--337
[238]-239--228--229-[338][339]
[245]-345--244--255-[344]-355
 267--367--266-[277]-366--377
[289][389][288]-299--388--399
 456-[457]-446-[447]-556-[557]
 458-[459][448]-449-[558]-559
[467]-567-[466][477]-566--577
[489][589][488]-499--588--599
[678]-679--668--669-[778]-779
 689--789-[688]-699--788--799

___000-001-011-111
___222-223-233-333
___444-445-455-555
___666[667]677-777
___888-889-899-999


Saturday, December 16, 2006

 

Tracking by position 1-2-3 [ tracking revealed]

To track number by exact position I needed to create 3 separate games. One for each position.
I enter the drawn number by position and put a 0 in the position not tracked. Will look like this 100-100-400-800-800-900-500 etc.
The software will give me some data I am looking for. The prs and combos for current skips will be the same in each.

I can look at the structure report for clues. Will it be an even or odd digit to fall. Will it be a below mid digit or an above mid digit. All the hit skip data is in there.
In the structure report I can also search a number span using the sum report. I can search one number like the 7. 
I can search a number span. I enter in the sum 1 as low and 4 as high, this will give me the numbers 1-2-3-4 to look at the hit skip.

I can look at the root section of the software and look for an individual number hit skip or I can combine multiple numbers. If I were to do 2 numbers together I would have the 01-12-23-34- etc.
I am using combined draws here.
I deleted some data on the end of each line as it would not post right.

 

 

 Roots Report for SC3M&E POS 1.DMG : All Records
 208 Records on 12-16-2006

 Root/  Ttl  Hit  Skips |--------------- Percentage hit in each
 Range  Hits  Avg  Now    0-2    3-5    6-8    9-11  12-15 
 -----------------------------------------------------------------
  0-1    37    5.6    1  >37.8%  32.4%  10.8%  10.8%    5.4% 
  1-2    40    5.2    1  >55.0%  15.0%    7.5%  12.5%    7.5% 
  2-3    39    5.3    9  46.2%  30.8%    7.7%  >5.1%    7.7% 
  3-4    42    5.0    0  >38.1%  33.3%  23.8%    4.8%    0.0% 
  4-5    41    5.1    0  >48.8%  17.1%  17.1%  12.2%    2.4%   
  5-6    38    5.5  16  50.0%  21.1%  10.5%  15.8%    0.0% 
  6-7    45    4.6    3  51.1%  >26.7%  13.3%    4.4%    2.2%   
  7-8    55    3.8    3  63.6%  >20.0%    5.5%    7.3%    3.6% 
  8-9    46    4.5    6  58.7%  19.6%  >8.7%    6.5%    6.5% 


Friday, December 15, 2006

 

Still programming "I"s computer

"I"s computer is the neatest thing you ever want to see. Of course you can not see it. But I can see it. So can "I".

Programing a new system in it to make some possibilities.

Maybe have some numbers to post in a few days or so.

Do not forget to play 2007 in the pick four.

I won on the 2002 st/8 in Ga the last week of Dec 2001. 


Tuesday, December 12, 2006

 

Programming "I"s space vehicle computer for

 

Working on programming "I"s computer to select maybe 4 straight plays max per draw.

"I"s planet computer technology makes earth computers look like antiques.

Did I say planet. Oh maybe "I"s planet does not exist any more. His people may all be survivors of that planet that live on a huge mother ship that I spoke about. They may travel from planet to planet for supplies.
I can not get in to to many details on how they exist.

 


Tuesday, December 12, 2006

 

Another ride S.C. Wed 12/13

Giving these another ride Wed 12/13

 

S.C.
627,620,623,637,630,
632,687,680,682,683,
726,720,723,736,730,
732,786,780,782,783


Monday, December 11, 2006

 

Testing "I"s computer

Got it sorta programmed for the lottery. "I" said it was o'k to fool with.

tryin "I"s space computer for these Tues. Doin a little foolin with it to see what happens.

 

S.C.
627,620,623,637,630,
632,687,680,682,683,
726,720,723,736,730,
732,786,780,782,783


Friday, December 8, 2006

 

Taxes and do it yourself

The more things that you can do yourself is money you do not need to earn.
Earn money and they tax it.

I remember when doing things for yourself was common long ago.

Resoled your own shoes.
Made your own clothes.
I remember when feed sacks use to come in cotton cloth with print patterns on the cloth so you could re use the cloth for clothing.
Put down food supplies from the crops and livestock.
Had our own eggs, milk and the products from the milk we made ourself. Cottage cheese, butter, ice cream to name a few.

Burned wood for winter heat. Had a few dollars bought a ton of coal for a longer burn between feedin the fire.

Done our own mechanical work on vehicles. I still do that.

Fixed and repaired our own buildings.
Made our own furniture.

A lot of things can be done your self if the means are available.

We still made an  income for spending but was not necessary to make a lot.

I see a lot people out hustlin to make a dollar and by the time they are done buying they have less money left than I would making less money and doing more for my self.


Tuesday, December 5, 2006

 

What a ride

"I"s mother ship sent down a retriever for "I"s crashed vehicle. Did not need to go get it and put it in a secure location.

"I" and I went with the retriever to the mother ship. Quite a sight earth is from space. Was a short trip and they brought us back in a short period of time.
The internal gravity on their space vehicles works real good. Felt no g forces going at a high rate of speed. Just like standing on planet earth going at the speed it does thru space orbiting the sun.

Got some numbers worked out on the mother ship while I was there. See how these do the rest of the week.

I will be busy space traveling with "I" for awhile so I will not be posting much.

 926-792-409-460-293-304-193-102-432-763


Sunday, December 3, 2006

 

S.C. eve prs hit

Due prs in the eve draws

46-47-56-57___out 18 most out 17 skips in 700 draws

466 tonight.

gonna stick with my numbers. That group of pairs have a reapeat history. See what happens.

take a look at the history of that group.That is the 34 code pair.

This is the eve draw history

Record    Date    Pos1 Pos2 Pos3 Pos4  Matched  Skips
---------------------------------------------------------
      1  01/01/2005  4    3    5            2      0
    11  01/11/2005  2    4    3            2      9
    14  01/14/2005  4    1    3            2      2
    15  01/15/2005  3    4    1            2      0
    22  01/22/2005  4    5    3            2      6
    31  01/31/2005  5    4    3            2      8
    36  02/05/2005  5    3    4            2      4
    47  02/16/2005  4    5    3            2      10
    49  02/18/2005  3    5    4            2      1
    55  02/24/2005  4    3    3            2      5
    59  02/28/2005  3    4    5            2      3
    68  03/09/2005  3    2    4            2      8
    78  03/19/2005  1    4    3            2      9
    80  03/21/2005  4    3    3            2      1
    81  03/22/2005  4    2    3            2      0
    90  03/31/2005  3    1    4            2      8
    94  04/04/2005  3    4    5            2      3
    97  04/07/2005  5    4    3            2      2
    106  04/16/2005  3    4    3            2      8
    112  04/22/2005  1    3    4            2      5
    122  05/02/2005  5    4    3            2      9
    126  05/06/2005  4    3    1            2      3
    137  05/17/2005  1    3    4            2      10
    147  05/27/2005  3    5    4            2      9
    154  06/03/2005  4    1    3            2      6
    159  06/08/2005  4    5    3            2      4
    165  06/14/2005  3    5    4            2      5
    167  06/16/2005  3    4    5            2      1
    174  06/23/2005  1    3    4            2      6
    177  06/26/2005  3    5    4            2      2
    179  06/28/2005  3    4    1            2      1
    180  06/29/2005  5    4    3            2      0
    184  07/03/2005  4    5    3            2      3
    185  07/04/2005  3    4    2            2      0
    186  07/05/2005  3    2    4            2      0
    190  07/09/2005  4    4    3            2      3
    191  07/10/2005  5    3    4            2      0
    192  07/11/2005  3    4    4            2      0
    199  07/18/2005  4    3    1            2      6
    204  07/23/2005  1    3    4            2      4
    206  07/25/2005  4    3    2            2      1
    208  07/27/2005  3    1    4            2      1
    210  07/29/2005  3    4    2            2      1
    211  07/30/2005  5    3    4            2      0
    215  08/03/2005  1    3    4            2      3
    221  08/09/2005  3    4    3            2      5
    224  08/12/2005  3    3    4            2      2
    225  08/13/2005  3    1    4            2      0
    226  08/14/2005  4    2    3            2      0
    227  08/15/2005  3    4    2            2      0
    230  08/18/2005  1    3    4            2      2
    235  08/23/2005  2    3    4            2      4
    237  08/25/2005  1    3    4            2      1
    241  08/29/2005  4    4    3            2      3
    247  09/04/2005  4    1    3            2      5
    249  09/06/2005  3    4    1            2      1
    250  09/07/2005  4    5    3            2      0
    251  09/08/2005  5    3    4            2      0
    252  09/09/2005  2    3    4            2      0
    257  09/14/2005  4    3    2            2      4
    262  09/19/2005  3    4    2            2      4
    266  09/23/2005  3    3    4            2      3
    274  10/01/2005  3    3    4            2      7
    287  10/14/2005  4    5    3            2      12
    292  10/19/2005  5    4    3            2      4
    295  10/22/2005  3    4    5            2      2
    300  10/27/2005  4    2    3            2      4
    302  10/29/2005  3    1    4            2      1
    305  11/01/2005  4    3    3            2      2
    315  11/11/2005  4    5    3            2      9
    316  11/12/2005  3    1    4            2      0
    321  11/17/2005  3    5    4            2      4
    322  11/18/2005  3    4    3            2      0
    323  11/19/2005  3    4    5            2      0
    331  11/27/2005  3    5    4            2      7
    333  11/29/2005  4    1    3            2      1
    340  12/06/2005  3    4    3            2      6
    341  12/07/2005  5    4    3            2      0
    343  12/09/2005  5    4    3            2      1
    346  12/12/2005  4    3    5            2      2
    354  12/20/2005  4    5    3            2      7
    372  01/07/2006  3    4    1            2      17
    376  01/11/2006  3    4    3            2      3
    382  01/17/2006  2    4    3            2      5
    387  01/22/2006  4    3    5            2      4
    389  01/24/2006  3    4    3            2      1
    390  01/25/2006  4    3    4            2      0
    398  02/02/2006  3    4    2            2      7
    401  02/05/2006  3    1    4            2      2
    411  02/15/2006  4    3    4            2      9
    428  03/04/2006  4    3    1            2      16
    434  03/10/2006  2    4    3            2      5
    435  03/11/2006  3    1    4            2      0
    436  03/12/2006  3    2    4            2      0
    443  03/19/2006  1    4    3            2      6
    453  03/29/2006  2    4    3            2      9
    454  03/30/2006  3    4    3            2      0
    465  04/10/2006  4    3    1            2      10
    466  04/11/2006  1    3    4            2      0
    470  04/15/2006  3    4    5            2      3
    477  04/22/2006  3    4    5            2      6
    490  05/05/2006  1    4    3            2      12
    492  05/07/2006  3    4    5            2      1
    506  05/21/2006  4    3    2            2      13
    514  05/29/2006  3    4    5            2      7
    515  05/30/2006  3    3    4            2      0
    519  06/03/2006  4    3    4            2      3
    527  06/11/2006  4    5    3            2      7
    537  06/21/2006  4    3    3            2      9
    538  06/22/2006  3    4    5            2      0
    540  06/24/2006  5    4    3            2      1
    543  06/27/2006  2    3    4            2      2
    553  07/07/2006  4    4    3            2      9
    555  07/09/2006  4    3    1            2      1
    567  07/21/2006  3    1    4            2      11
    573  07/27/2006  1    4    3            2      5
    574  07/28/2006  3    2    4            2      0
    582  08/05/2006  3    4    4            2      7
    587  08/10/2006  3    5    4            2      4
    591  08/14/2006  3    5    4            2      3
    595  08/18/2006  2    4    3            2      3
    601  08/24/2006  4    3    3            2      5
    606  08/29/2006  2    4    3            2      4
    612  09/04/2006  4    3    1            2      5
    619  09/11/2006  3    5    4            2      6
    622  09/14/2006  1    4    3            2      2
    634  09/26/2006  4    1    3            2      11
    637  09/29/2006  2    3    4            2      2
    638  09/30/2006  3    4    3            2      0
    647  10/09/2006  3    2    4            2      8
    653  10/15/2006  3    2    4            2      5
    658  10/20/2006  5    3    4            2      4
    659  10/21/2006  5    3    4            2      0
    660  10/22/2006  3    1    4            2      0
    664  10/26/2006  4    5    3            2      3
    672  11/03/2006  3    4    3            2      7
    677  11/08/2006  4    2    3            2      4
    679  11/10/2006  4    4    3            2      1
    682  11/13/2006  4    3    1            2      2
    702  12/03/2006  3    4    4            2      19


Saturday, December 2, 2006

 

S.C. eve 2 picks redone 12/2 to ?

 

 

Sat eve 12/2 to until changed

St picks $.50 st each

465

564
657


Saturday, December 2, 2006

 

S.C. due prs eve draws 12/2 till

 

Due prs in the eve draws

46-47-56-57___out 18 most out 17 skips in 700 draws

possible swing number; I really do not know on this one. I went with 465-657 for plays.


Saturday, December 2, 2006

 

S.C. eve 2 picks sat 12/2 to change

 

Sat eve 12/2 to until changed

St picks $.50 st each

465-657


Saturday, December 2, 2006

 

S.C. due pairs mid-day 12/2 to ?

this group out 18 most out 20 skips using 601 mid-day draws

02-03-12-13

possible swing numbers 6-7-8-9

 


Saturday, December 2, 2006

 

S.C. mid 2 picks

Runnin these for my  mid challenge str/8 picks
$.50 straight

start
Sat mid-day 12/2

207-309

 


Friday, December 1, 2006

 

Made a lot of blog entries

I have not read my complete bog since I started entries. I may have went back a couple weeks or to a certain blog entry looking for something.

Looks like it may be a busy weekend. I may find something I have forgotten.


Friday, December 1, 2006

 

S.Carolina 2 straight picks challenge

I am going to challenge myself to a 2 straight pick challenge.


1] pick 2 straight picks per drawing. Mid and eve numbers may be separate combinations.

2] bet limit $.50 per play. That is $1.00 per draw. That is $678.00 per year to lose.

3] when a win comes in it will either be a plus or minus for the amount already spent. A tally will be kept. If the tally is on the plus side the wagers may be increased to any amount until the plus side is to 0 again.
If a win comes in before the plus side is at 0 the win will be added to the plus side.
This will limit any loses for the year to $678.00 or less.

____________________________________________

Looks like I have 250 drawings to get a win before I go on the minus side.If I go beyond 250 drawings before a straight win will look like I will need 2 straight hits wagering $.50 per play before I go on the plus side.

Will figure my 2 plays per draw before Monday.

 

 


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