Now I will explain to you my visual tables and will tell how with the help of different tables observe the history of numbers. The most important, how you can effectively select and hunt for prize-winning numbers referring to one or the other table.

   I divide the history of numbers into general history of numbers and individual history of numbers. Interesting various events of two different draw histories often get drawn together in one draw.

   Part of the information tables is free of charge – this is the general history of the numbers. And the other part of the transcribing tables of the individual history of all numbers – this is payable part of the site. The data constantly get updated after each lottery draw.

   Each table has its own rules for completing data on occurring events in the numbers were drawn. The same rules for completing data has all the numbers as well, therefore each number formed its own individual history of behaviour. I want to draw your attention once again that I do not come up with or (compose) the history of the numbers behaviour , I only invented and also try to come up with some methods of completing various data with which I can see something interesting and hidden from us in the history of the numbers behaviour. Therefore in my examples and explanations I will refer to real and not fictitious history of the numbers were drawn. Also I will give examples of my game in the Greek lottery “TZOKEP”, which is similar to The American Californian lottery “SUPER LOTTO PLUS”.

   In the lottery “TZOKEP” you need to guess 5 out of 45 and 1 out of 20.

   In the lottery “SUPER LOTTO PLUS” you need to guess 5 out of 47 and 1 out of 27.

   To get to the free of charge part of the site with free of charge tables, you need to press here… (photo № 20).

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   Each recent drawing of the “SUPER LOTTO PLUS” I write down first from top to bottom in the column №1 (photo № 21). Each new line is a new drawing !

Photo № 21

   In the table №1.1 I graphically note down the information about the previous numbers drawn. This means that each number out of 47 has its own "running track" - its own column, in which I note down such events: - numbers already drawn I mark with green colour. Do you see the numbers in the green squares ? They indicate the number of hits. For example look at the photo № 21. In the last drawing № 270/3060 the numbers were 2-3-27-28-30 “17”. This 270 drawing is the latest that is written in my collection at this moment. On the same line after two empty squares begin “running tracks” of the numbers. Do you see in the last line the second and third green square with the numbers 31 and 30 ? These data refer to numbers № 2 and № 3 (photo № 22).

Photo № 22

   This visual information means that at the moment for the last 270 drawings number № 2 were drawn 31 times and number № 3 were drawn 30 times. The same information is shown for each number drawn in the lottery. If the number no longer gets drawn, then in the following squares I write down data about delay of numbers.

   Attention now – the meaning of colours:

-      Squares with a delay from 1 to 10 draws are marked with orange colour. The numbers located in this delay zone will be considered as a “fresh” just now or recently were drawn (photo № 23).

Photo № 23

-       -  Squares with a delay from 11 to 20 draws are marked with yellow colour. The numbers located in this delay zone will be considered as average and not too long delayed (photo № 24).

Photo № 24

-          -   Squares with a delay from 21 draws and more are marked with  red colour. The numbers located in this delay zone will be considered as strongly delayed (photo № 25).

Photo № 25

  - The last line in table № 1.1 visually informs us at what stage of delay located each number at the moment of the last draw (photo № 26).

Photo № 26