New year 2020 strategies

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New year 2020 strategies

Post by lubisi.whiterain » 02 Mar 2020, 03:34

Hi there

Is there any new developments for new strategy

And again how about you enable the CSV on screen display to be downloaded as an excel sheet .

Also please try to reduce the the pages they are too many sometime we cnt win the odds because of the filtering of the number its a challge as much as we do have the filtering options.

Thanks

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Re: New year 2020 strategies

Post by LottoMatic » 03 Mar 2020, 01:54

Something totally new is coming soon :-)

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Re: New year 2020 strategies

Post by LottoMatic » 04 Apr 2020, 04:36

Hi Dave. CSV stands for "comma separated values". Basically, the combinations are shown one per row and in each row the numbers are separated by one comma. The same is pretty much true for the JSON files, except that, in the JSON files, the combinations (rows) are also enclosed within square brackets.

The reason we provide the above formats is because some of our users like to do further refining on those numbers using various software such as Excel.

Regarding the 3 ball predictions, sometimes the system simply can't come up with combinations considered (by our system) to have a fair chance to be drawn. Most of the time the fact that there are no predictions is due to an anomaly in the latest results, but not only... An anomaly would be, for example, a SUM of the numbers that is way far from the average.

Using the Matrix is by far the most lucrative way to figure out the next outcome of any lottery. It takes time and patience to observe a lottery but, once you get a good grasp of what's going on, you can use the information provided by the matrix to generate combinations using the generator.

Please note that things are different from one lottery to another. In other words, there is no specific statistical factor(s) to look for. That's why one needs to observe -- over a certain period of time -- each particular lottery he/she wants to play.

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Re: New year 2020 strategies

Post by LottoMatic » 04 Apr 2020, 13:56

Gripptonite wrote:
04 Apr 2020, 06:41
...I know they are predictions, i guess i'm curious on how they come about?
All our predictions are generated by our custom prediction system which is based on the matrix and the generators we developed.

You may find out more here:

viewtopic.php?f=2&t=2

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Re: New year 2020 strategies

Post by LottoMatic » 04 Apr 2020, 14:01

Dave... about the color pattern...

Sometime during the last year, we've been running some testings for a couple of months or so, using the color patterns. It turned out that strategy performed very poorly actually. But we're talking an automated system here. A human may be smarter in "reading" those color patterns.

As for our generators, please first take your time and read this:

https://lottomatic.org/generator

And if you want results, do read the whole thing (all 13 chapters) until you understand what's what. This is by far the most developed lottery generator out there, at least as far as we know... So, it will -- most likely -- take a while to master.

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Re: New year 2020 strategies

Post by LottoMatic » 07 Apr 2020, 05:35

Our intention was to provide custom prediction, yes. But that is only possible if a certain level of discussion -- here on the forums -- is reached. Since any discussion never got anywhere near the required level, we just can't put the effort needed into this.

To generate numbers that only respect one (or more) specific filter(s), one could simply widen the other filters to their lowest Min. and highest Max.

We could provide some practical examples if you would clearly specify the lottery you're interested in.

Meanwhile, you may find this useful:

https://lottomatic.org/generator?section=4

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