# detect the delta values in each vertical position always from the last to the next draw.

#### Frank

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You are not likely to get a reply to this. You have defined conflicting colour schemes. RED if it’s odd and YELLOW if it’s low. What colour is number 1? Is it RED or is it YELLOW? It can’t be both in the same square. Nothing on your spreadsheet explains this.

#### jack

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ok, desculpe frank, agora notei que tem duas cores, então você coloca duas cores que representam duas, coloca duas cores em cada coluna

#### jack

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ok, sorry frank, now i noticed that it has two colors, so you put two colors that represents two, put two colors in each column

#### jack

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frank, in each position, it will have two colors,
the 1st pattern is even / odd the 2nd pattern is high / low
as the planilia shows, colors are a way of filtering delta values

Oi Jack

#### Frank

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frank, in each position, it will have two colors,
the 1st pattern is even / odd the 2nd pattern is high / low
as the planilia shows, colors are a way of filtering delta values
Have you considered the maths of this method? There are 4 possibilities for each delta value. There are 7 deltas, so each result has 4^7 possible colour sequences. That’s 16,384 unique sequences. How is this a filter when every result will be unique except when you have a million results ?

#### jack

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ok, note the importance of hitting the 1st position, because the patterns of the remaining 6 positions almost do not repeat, nor do they repeat vertically from each position from the last to the next draw, because the 4 patterns are basic filters, ok frank, so just Knife
for the 1st position that will be the reference for the other 6 positions,

#### jack

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frank, considering only the 4 patterns in each position, we have the following =
we have 4 intersections crossing two patterns
where =
pair = 1
odd = 2
tall = 3
tall = 4
then at the intersection
two to two =
1.3, 1.4 2.3, 2.4
4 options for each column
we have = 4x4x4x4x4x4x4 = 16.384 at 100%
but I repeat considering only the 4 patterns in each position, which already helps a lot in the basic deltas filters

#### jack

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HELLO FRANK=
in the plane above, considering only the 4 patterns we have 16,384 in 100% in each position
example in the 1st POSITION we have 6 as a delta value so 1.4 or 01 04 the zero is for two places (00.TXT)

#### jack

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frank in 7 positions, for doubles we have 21 positions = 1.2 1.3 .... 6.7 = 21 positions
and we have 4 patterns, that is, in the worst case, we will go to three positions out of 21 with
with the repeated pattern, ex = 1.3 can be in 1.2 and 2.3

#### Frank

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frank in 7 positions, for doubles we have 21 positions = 1.2 1.3 .... 6.7 = 21 positions
and we have 4 patterns, that is, in the worst case, we will go to three positions out of 21 with
with the repeated pattern, ex = 1.3 can be in 1.2 and 2.3

?????????
6.7 ? where does 6.7 come from ??
21 ? where does 21 come from ?
I'm OUT !

#### jack

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frank, very calm at this time, we have 7 positions, doing two to two positions at 100%
are 21, where you will repeat the pattern because we have 4 patterns and 7 positions, so under the 7 positions we have, 21 positions list below
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
4.5
4.6
4.7
5.6
5.7
6.7
frank only the 4 patterns by positions forget the delta values
good if you have the standard 1.3 in the 2nd position
it would be even / high = there is only 6.8 noticed that it filters a lot

#### jack

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frank i will show you an example of the repetition of pattern
ex = draw 0024
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th
6 9 5 9 2 1 5
doubles = 2nd 3rd 9.5 gave the default 1.4
returned to the standard 1.4 in the 4th and 7th positions
of course it is within the 21 positions at 100%
so let's filter on the 4 basic patterns
odd / even / high / low
in repeated pairs of the same pattern within the 21 positions, as this filters a lot and positions below the 7 positions, because we have 4 priests and 7 positions, there will be repetitions of patterns

#### jack

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frank, we have 4 patterns and 7 positions, so there will always be a pair of positions repeating one of the 4 patterns, but you do not know which of the 4 patterns will have the repeated pair, it is a good filter, it reduces a lot, of course it has to go through the 21 positions 21 comes from 7 positions closing two = 21
you can put the 21 positions in the exel topic
so we can see how it looks and where the pairs that repeat one of the 4 patterns

#### Frank

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By definition:- you said:-

pair = 1
odd = 2
tall = 3
tall = 4
then at the intersection
two to two =
1.3, 1.4 2.3, 2.4

Note there is no number greater than 4 in the definition of the zones.

Where are you getting 5, 6 and 7 from ?? What colour are they?
Stop wasting my time. I’m out.