#### Winalot2007

##### Member

I play a game called the Pennsylvania 5/30 Treasure Hunt game. This is an RNG game that is drawn at around 1:35 pm 7 days a week. There are a total of 142,506 possible sets.

Take the winning number, for example, today's winning number was 7-10-13-25-27

Lexi = 103319

Take the highest number from this lottery which is the number 30 and add 1 to 30 (30 + 1 = 31)

Subtract 31 from the winning numbers from today's drawing 7-10-13-25-27

Start with the 5th position 1st:

31 - 27 = 4

31 - 25 = 6

31 - 13 = 18

31 - 10 = 21

31 - 7 = 24

Our new set is 4-6-18-21-23

Winning number 07-10-13-25-27 Lexi = 103319

Converted Set 04-06-18-21-24 Lexi = 065838

What if we take the 1st 3 digits from the 103319 which is 103 and the 1st 3 digits from 065838 which is 065 and treat them like a Pick 3 game. If we are correct in getting both correct we win the JACKPOT which in this game starts at $12,000 and at time can get to $32,000 and $80,00 on occasions.

As I mentioned in the beginning there are a total of 142506 sets in this 5/30 game. Since the highest digit in position 1 can only be a 0 or 1. This applies to picking 2 of the "Pick 3" Lexi sets. Because there are only 2 possibilities (0 and or 1) It really comes down to analyzing the history of the Lexi values and selecting 2 Pairs from Lexi Positions 2 and 3.

Other Lottery games such as a 5/39, 5/42, 5/43 would require picking position 1 from a larger pool of digits. For example, a 5/36 game such as the Florida Fantasy 5 where the highest Lexi set is 376992 would require picking 1 or 2 digits from a pool of digits from 0, 1, 2, 3. A 5/39 game which is played in states such as California, Ohio, Missouri, etc., the highest Lexi would be 575757 and would require picking from a pool of digits 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.

I created a couple of Excel files for the 5/30 game and also a video on how all this works if anyone is interested. I don't know what the rules in this forum are when it comes to posting links to Excel files or videos.

I would be more than happy to share and get ideas from members here on how to select digits.

Thank you....

A 5/39