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Sunday, March 23, 2008

 

E-Z pick system [learning it]

Learning the e-z system may take some time to do when selecting your numbers for play.

This is the first system I taught myself some 20 odd years ago.

I used this system when I first came to lottery post for a few years when I use to do some states predicting. Some of the older members will remember. I done fairly well with it in other states.

What I did was keep track of the numbers as you see them here. Each time the next number was drawn I entered it on paper and pencil then.
After I entered it I looked for where that number came from in the chart. Like I said this is an all mental system. That is where the looking for where it came from logs in your brain.
I have not really used this system much in the past couple years as I have been busy with other things as my blog will testify.
When I first learned this system I pretty much did not care about all the stuff that went with figurin numbers.
I just looked at the chart and picked numbers for play.
I am lousy at pickin doubles from this system. I always use to be a no match player and did not care about doubles.
What the whole things boil down to is learning how to read the numbers and intuit what may be next.

When I used this chart before I use to make an advanced list for play. Sometimes as many as thirty numbers to see how well they did over a 2 week or more time frame. Out of the thirty numbers I use to have a hit rate of 50% or better. So I was doing 15 or more hits in a time frame.

 When I create a list of numbers for play I balance out the plays. I use to do percentages in each column. You see how they hit . The highest percentages will have a 0 and 1 and decrease from there.

So I maybe had 8 with a 0 , 8 with a 1 and decreased down from there.
But since learning different things since I learned this system I could create a list like my all states recipe. That is only a few blogs back.

Take your time and learn how to read the numbers.

0____1___2__  3___4___5___6___7___8
 004  125  239  357  459  579  669 789 889
 012  169  234  348  466  578  678 799
 068  157  233  345  469  588  667
 016  118  266  349  478  569  689
 046  126  235  377  469          689
 048  124  247  389  479
 028  118  249  348  447   
 002  178  222  346  499     
 069  127  259  334  446
 016  128  235  388
 006  136  256  346
 089  168  236  367
 013  145          378
 024  129
 058  158
 028  125
 027  139
 037  188
 039  159
 039  123
 025  127
 037
 044
 035
 037
 089
 037
 016
 038

 

 

 

 

 


Comments:
Just curious, how far back do you chart numbers on this system? I'm still trying to grasp it and HOW to pick your numbers......
I generaly keep about 40 to 60 draws in the chart.
I may do a list of numbers for S.C. tonight and will explain how I chose them.

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