Texas 6/54 ongoing

Rebeckah

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I think instead of making a new thread every 3 days I'll keep it in one thread for awhile, that way I can also track old sets for recent draws too.

Predictions for 3-1-3 {I finally got the month right thornc!} :)

1-4
17-18
20-21-28-29
35-37-39
51-52-54

extra possible #s being 10-15-49. these are from skips 11 & 13, but I'm feeling a very hot #s game since last one had FOUR very cold #s. So, this one'll have 1, 2 cold #s tops. repeat skips 1 & 2 hitting for sure. :agree2:
 

Rebeckah

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I got zippo on that set, but 2 from the set I played for 4 games on 2-19. I'm going to track a new strategy for the next few games. Using Robert Perkis L12 theory & putting it into the 3/3 wheel.

LDir set #1: hot ranks 1-4, avg ranks 24-29, cold rank 51-54
1-21-36 | 2-5-40
1-21-36 | 4-10-14
1-21-36 | 18-37-38
1-21-36 | 16-33-53

2-5-40 | 4-10-14
2-5-40 | 18-37-38
2-5-40 | 16-33-53

4-10-14 | 18-37-38
4-10-14 | 16-33-53
18-37-38 | 16-33-53


LDir set #2
hot ranks 5-7, avg ranks 17-20 & 29-32, cold rank 47-50
9-13-49 | 12-43-52
9-13-49 | 16-25-26
9-13-49 | 7-20-50
9-13-49 | 18-23-34

12-43-52 | 16-25-26
12-43-52 | 7-20-50
12-43-52 | 18-23-34

16-25-26 | 7-20-50
16-25-26 | 18-23-34
7-20-50 | 18-23-34


My Picks $3 from my L12 SS
5-22-32 | 3-23-52
5-22-32 | 13-36-51
5-22-32 | 4-37-44
5-22-32 | 10-28-48

3-23-52 | 13-36-51
3-23-52 | 4-37-44
3-23-52 | 10-28-48

13-36-51 | 4-37-44
13-36-51 | 10-28-48
4-37-44 | 10-28-48


GH set #4 hot ranks 1-3, avg ranks 24-31, cold rank 51-54
8-41-51 | 22-33-43
8-41-51 | 1-27-47
8-41-51 | 4-29-39
8-41-51 | 7-36-37

22-33-43 | 1-27-47
22-33-43 | 4-29-39
22-33-43 | 7-36-37

1-27-47 | 4-29-39
1-27-47 | 7-36-37
4-29-39 | 7-36-37

I will be astounded if GH set #4 produces anything, we never get 4 FD the same. :sick: And rarely get 3, which just hit anyway, so this set is awash, however, in the interest of doing a good test of this strategy, I'm using all I've got at this point. :) If I can get out for Weds draw I'll buy for my set #3 for 2 draws. $20. :D
 
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winhunter

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Robert Perkis L12

What exactly is "Robert Perkis L12" theory... Do you have a link to this theory? WINHunter has his Perkisize method and his concept of Hot/Cold numbers, perhaps this is another R. Perkins concept that needs to be implemented....



Andrew
 

Rebeckah

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Re: Robert Perkis L12

winhunter said:
What exactly is "Robert Perkis L12" theory... Do you have a link to this theory? WINHunter has his Perkisize method and his concept of Hot/Cold numbers, perhaps this is another R. Perkins concept that needs to be implemented....Andrew
sure! :D Basically, it's all off of this page:
http://www.lotto-logix.com/txthouse/winthelottery.html
about 1/2 way down the page, past the Perkisize method you're thinking about, there's a system for tracking hot/avg/cold #s, their running totals in the last 12 games, and hits per each game. So, basically the database is based on 12 games. I think WH already does this as you'd just have to change the games to use qty to 12. right?

& wasn't daleks working on something similar to this a few weeks back?

I keep a running changing list of the actual #s that are hot/avg/cold/trending, so in this instance used what I saw trending or looked good. Like 33 is a red hot # with 5 hits in L12, but it's too hot, so it'll cool down IMO. But strictly adhering to sw data charts includes #33 as a hot #, which is why it's incl in some other sets. Kinda using the other sw *chart ranking* sets as a *control group* of sorts. Hope I explained that ok. I had kept this chart updated for awhile, but it wasn't doing much, so I'm trying to use it with this strategy. & the wheel breakdown of placing a hot or cold w/ 2 avg in each set of 3. I feel pretty good about it as it's a good balance. We'll see.:agree2:
 

Rebeckah

Member
thanks for the link Dennis! I really appreciate the link, you are definitely a man in the know! :lol: :agree2:

This'll help alot since I was working on making a positional grid by drawn & in order & here's 1/2 of it for me. phew! Check out this chart based on the positional grid. The #5 comes up 2ce & 4#s total are under 5! interesting eh?


for position hits most frequently occurring ball
1 9 ball id 32
2 6 ball id 4
3 6 ball id 5
4 6 ball id 18
5 6 ball id 2
6 6 ball id 5
 
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winhunter

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Re: Re: Robert Perkis L12

Rebeckah said:
Ithink WH already does this as you'd just have to change the games to use qty to 12. right?
Yes, WINHunter has His Hot/Cold method built into the Single Hit Processor. And yes, all you would have to do is set the "QTY To Use" to 12.

But, how would you Rank Hot/Cold Numbers? And do makE picks from both Hot/Warm/Cold groups once you designate numbers as hot/cold? The weight values in WINHunter allow you to give more "weight" to Hot/cold numbers in the final output score, but honestly, unless you utilize the O-scope selector, you will only get numbers from 1 or two groups at best, depending upon the setup you use.


Andrew
 

Rebeckah

Member
#s were ranked by total hits. I was picking from intuition for my set, {within hot/avg/cold confines.... usually 10 games) but on the other sets I just listed the top/average/bottom 5#s, or 3-4 for hot#s as they hit less than the others. {or ranks as listed, as in set#3) So to use that in WH you could do a hot/avg/cold list which would have a strict listing of the top hitter, the middle hitters and the least hitters. Doesn't single hit processor do this? or does it just list heavy hitters? would it give a good mix if all weights were the same? otherwise you could just have WH list all #s & their rankings as a result, instead of a prediction of a set of #s. Haven't tried O scope yet. & since we're here, is there any way to reopen the backtest window after closing it?
 

Rebeckah

Member
Re: Re: Texas 6/54 ongoing

Winning #S: 1-6-7-27-52-53

LDir set #1: hot ranks 1-4, avg ranks 24-29, cold rank 51-54
1-21-36 | 2-5-40
1-21-36 | 4-10-14
1-21-36 | 18-37-38
1-21-36 | 16-33-53

2-5-40 | 4-10-14
2-5-40 | 18-37-38
2-5-40 | 16-33-53

4-10-14 | 18-37-38
4-10-14 | 16-33-53
18-37-38 | 16-33-53


LDir set #2
hot ranks 5-7, avg ranks 17-20 & 29-32, cold rank 47-50
9-13-49 | 12-43-52
9-13-49 | 16-25-26
9-13-49 | 7-20-50
9-13-49 | 18-23-34

12-43-52 | 16-25-26
12-43-52 | 7-20-50
12-43-52 | 18-23-34

16-25-26 | 7-20-50
16-25-26 | 18-23-34
7-20-50 | 18-23-34


My Picks $3 from my L12 SS
5-22-32 | 3-23-52
5-22-32 | 13-36-51
5-22-32 | 4-37-44
5-22-32 | 10-28-48

3-23-52 | 13-36-51
3-23-52 | 4-37-44
3-23-52 | 10-28-48

13-36-51 | 4-37-44
13-36-51 | 10-28-48
4-37-44 | 10-28-48


GH set #4 hot ranks 1-3, avg ranks 24-31, cold rank 51-54
8-41-51 | 22-33-43
8-41-51 | 1-27-47
8-41-51 | 4-29-39
8-41-51 | 7-36-37

22-33-43 | 1-27-47
22-33-43 | 4-29-39
22-33-43 | 7-36-37-36-37

1-27-47 | 4-29-39
1-27-47 | 7-36-37-36-37
4-29-39 | 7-36-37-36-37

I will be astounded if GH set #4 produces anything, [/B]
call me astounded. :sick:
 

winhunter

Member
How to....

Rebeckah said:
#s were ranked by total hits. I was picking from intuition for my set, {within hot/avg/cold confines.... usually 10 games) but on the other sets I just listed the top/average/bottom 5#s, or 3-4 for hot#s as they hit less than the others. {or ranks as listed, as in set#3) So to use that in WH you could do a hot/avg/cold list which would have a strict listing of the top hitter, the middle hitters and the least hitters. Doesn't single hit processor do this? or does it just list heavy hitters? would it give a good mix if all weights were the same? otherwise you could just have WH list all #s & their rankings as a result, instead of a prediction of a set of #s. Haven't tried O scope yet. & since we're here, is there any way to reopen the backtest window after closing it?
Total hits? WINHunter currently does not score based on total hits. It would be easy to score based on that type of calculation (the hits are already calculated in the single hit processor.), only a weight value would need to be assigned by the user. Also, if you right click on the stack (or click on the stack, and then click on the Stack menu item at the top of the WINHunter window) you can then click "View BackTest Results" to get back to the backtest results window.

If you assign the same weights to the Hot/Avg/Cold Rule, you will get a flatline output (all weights being the same, they cancal each other out.) But you can adjust two of the three weights and get a Hot/Avg, Cold/Avg or Hot/Cold spread of the numbers. That is the purpose of the weight values, to enable the user to adjust which results are pushed up, or down.

You could chose "View Plot" menu item for the filter with the single hit processor, and if you only have weights for the Rule (single hit, hot/avg/cold) you want to see, then the plot results will show you the scores for the numbers in question.

I will add a Hit Count Weight to the single hit processor, shouldn't take (it took less) 5 minutes to add the code!


Andrew
 

Rebeckah

Member
Re: How to....

winhunter said:
If you assign the same weights to the Hot/Avg/Cold Rule, you will get a flatline output (all weights being the same, they cancal each other out.) But you can adjust two of the three weights and get a Hot/Avg, Cold/Avg or Hot/Cold spread of the numbers. That is the purpose of the weight values, to enable the user to adjust which results are pushed up, or down.
Andrew
Thank you Andrew! :)
If I did 2 stacks, one using weights of 2 for hot, 1 for avg, & 0 for cold, and the other stack using weights of 2 for cold, 1 for avg, and 0 for hot, wouldn't I then get predictions of hot/avg/cold? & shouldn't the avg #s be the same in both sets? I'll try that run when I'm done with this one. My prob has been impatience. After a few days of running, I realize it'll be another 2 days, so I stop it and start something else.
 
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