Which Lotto 6/49 Pond Will You Be Fishing In Next Draw ?

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Jack Ricci

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Dec 23, 2015, 5:21:12 PM12/23/15
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   Which Lotto 6/49 Pond Will You Be Fishing In Next Draw ? A, B, C ? All Three ?
 
 
   The following three 36-number-group ponds may need very little tweaking, but they're close enough to the right shape, size and construction for the time being.
 
   I consider these three pond-groups to be the hottest and most productive segments of the 6/49 field, and by playing only within these three segments every draw, you will increase your chance of a jackpot hit tremendously over playing the odds of the entire 6/49 field in a player's traditional manner. Use, and please share with us, whatever strategies, thoughts, or ideas you've concocted or practiced for playing your respective 6/49 game, but try to apply them to these 3 number-groups only for what I consider to be a better chance at hitting the big one in your favourite 6/49 game.
 
   The cool part is that these base groups don't depend on a 6/49 game's past history nor randomly generated future history to have formulated their construction! You could have started using these very same segregated ponds right at the inception of any 6/49 game anywhere, and still have achieved the same results of having many jackpots and second tier prizes present regularly within one or more of the 3 ponds, and this will continue to be the case for all future draws as well.
 
   Expect a whole lot of 5-Hits, 5+B-Hits, 6-Hits, and 6+B-Hits from within at least one pond per draw, and possibly from within more than one of these 3 lotto ponds of numbers in every single draw. Test your skills to successfully assemble combos from within these three number-group ponds, one pond of which may contain all of the next drawn numbers, to increase your odds of winning big...Like playing 3 different 6/36 games at once with the knowledge that one of the ponds/games will likely contain 5 to 6 hits or better ( Bonus Number ), with much better odds of winning big by playing the smaller playing fields...That goes for any 6/49 draw, anywhere.
 
   Although it is very possible to hit less than a 4+B-Hit within one or two of these 3 pond-groups in any one draw, in the worse-case scenario, at least one pond-group will contain a guaranteed 4+B-Hit prize tier as the minimum prize available among those 36 numbers in any one draw.
 
    If you have software or a gimmick with which you can create tickets with a favourable or correct composition of numbers which may contain the drawn hits from these smaller groups of 36 numbers...( again...like playing a 6/36 game X 3, where we " force " the winning numbers into one of three smaller groups in the playing field ), then please share your experiences and ideas with us in order to brainstorm a hack for the 6/49... 
 
   Check these 3 number-groups against the past and future results of your own State, Provincial, Regional or National 6/49 games to see if the results are similar for each game tested. See if I'm over-zealous...Hey, go ahead and check them against a Random Number Generator too! Even still, check them against your 7/47, 6/45, and any other game which uses 49 numbers or less in the field! I promise you'll be surprised to see so many bigger hits available in at least one of those three ponds...
 
   Your mission would be to extract the big wins from the smaller playing fields using your accumulated know-how and observations.
 
...Maybe Harry Scott of The UK can play his " all the numbers "  ( ATHENS ) ploy on all 3 groups with 18 tickets ( 6 combos per pond, where all numbers are used once in order to construct a filtered, balanced set of six, 6-number combos from the 36 numbers X 3 ponds = 18 tickets ) to increase his chances of insulting the UK 6/49 !
 
***There is some room for tweaking the 3 groups to favour your own 6/49 game. At the very end of my base number selections for each pond, I added 10 numbers in total, but spread out among the 3 ponds...numbers which came from one of the other two ponds. Three are at the end of Pond A, three more at the end of Pond B, and four were added to Pond C in order to have a total of 36 numbers in each pond. I will eventually replace those numbers with some average numbers which create average results across all 6/49 fields.
 
   You can replace those 10 numbers experimentally with say, maybe the 10 hottest-hitting numbers in your game, and switch them around from pond to pond to achieve best results in each pond, which might coincide more comfortably with your favourite 6/49 game.
 
   What master-mathematician, quantum mechanics calculus  theory did I use to create my base number groups?
...Look at the numbers and figure it out...I simply did it by observation after throwing a bunch of experimental numbers-stuff around, instead of watching CSI on satellite TV one night a few months ago. It made me gulp after testing the idea!
 
   All I really wanted to do was to force into a corner, compress, or railroad all of the next-drawn hits into one smaller group of numbers to play, and, unfortunately, 3 X 36-number groups were needed to accomplish this on a regular basis. Let's go fishing for jackpots in my three 6/49 ponds...Please, let us know what bait you're using. 
 
 
LottoHackJack's 36-Number " Pond-A "
 
 
A = 1, 4, 7, 10, 13, 16, 19, 22, 25, 28, 31, 34, 37, 40, 43, 46, 49
       2, 5, 8, 11, 14, 17, 20, 23, 26, 29, 32, 35, 38, 41, 44, 47, ...6, 15, 24
 
 
 
LottoHackJack's 36-Number " Pond-B "
 
 
B = 1, 4, 7, 10, 13, 16, 19, 22, 25, 28, 31, 34, 37, 40, 43, 46, 49
        3, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18, 21, 24, 27, 30, 33, 36, 39, 42, 45, 48, ...23, 38, 44

 
LottoHackJack's 36-Number " Pond-C "
 
 
C = 2, 5, 8, 11, 14, 17, 20, 23, 26, 29, 32, 35, 38, 41, 44, 47
       3, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18, 21, 24, 27, 30, 33, 36, 39, 42, 45, 48, ...25, 31, 40, 43
 
 
 

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Ion Saliu

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Apr 19, 2017, 6:11:34 PM4/19/17
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Icirc:

 

Dividing the lotto numbers randomly in 3 groups is not the best strategy. Besides, each group consisting of 36 numbers generates way too many combosnations (a favorite term in my lotteryspeak)!

 

I have devised myself lottery strategies based on groups of numbers. The most famous — I mean, the most efficient — lottery strategy is based on number/digit frequencies. The lottery digits/numbers are divided in 3 groups: hot, mild, cold. That strategy keeps hitting first-tier prizes and shows long-term profits:


Lottery Strategy, Systems, Software Based on Lotto Number Frequency

 

Here are other methods of dividing the lotto numbers in groups and creating strategies, systems. The most famous one is founded on: Odd/Even, Low/High. The most comprehensive lottery strategies in that category are analyzed here:


Software for Groups of Lotto Numbers: Odd, Even, Low, High, Sums, Frequencies, User's Groups

 

Instead of dividing the numbers in 3 groups of 36 numeros each, it would be much more efficient to divide the lotto numbers in groups of one-thirds of the total (e.g. 2 groups of 16 numbers each, and 1 group of 17 numbers). Or — the hottest 24 lotto numbers; the next 24 numbers from frequency rank 11 to rank #35; the last 24 numbers based on frequency. Specialized software: FrequencyRank.

 

The most potent software to work with groups of lotto numbers: UserGroups5 (5-number lotto) and UserGroups6 (6-number lottery).

 

Ion Saliu (royalty-name: Parpaluck),
Group Commander





 

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