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8 pick 3 combos that will have 2 of 3 numbers from last draw

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Posted: September 9, 2007, 3:11 am - IP Logged

I remember this discussion on the post before on here several months back, but I can't seem to locate it now.  Does anyone know what the 8 sets of combinations are?  These 8 combos represent 2 out of 3 correct numbers in each drawing as long as no double or triple appears.

 

Thanks for your help again.  I hate when I misplace my reference materials.

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    Numbers: 10 (0123456789)
    Pick: 3
    Guarantee: 2
    Condition: 3
    Combinations: 8

    016 029 035 125 139 236 478 569

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      I think this was another version of that list:

      127 345 369 380 468 490 560 589

       

       Good Luck,

      Blackie.                           

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        Unless you can locate the orginal post, I have to say that you can't have 2 out of 3 correct numbers in every drawing with 8 combinations.

        Numbers: 10 (0123456789)
        Pick: 3
        Guarantee: 2
        Condition: 2
        Combinations: 17

        015 029 036 047 089 124 138 169 178 235 237 246 268 349 458 567 579

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          Unless you can locate the orginal post, I have to say that you can't have 2 out of 3 correct numbers in every drawing with 8 combinations.

          Numbers: 10 (0123456789)
          Pick: 3
          Guarantee: 2
          Condition: 2
          Combinations: 17

          015 029 036 047 089 124 138 169 178 235 237 246 268 349 458 567 579

          The original 8 numbers (which I bought long ago when I just learning about pick 3) does not guarantee 2 if 3.  The statement made by the person selling it was that 95 to 96% of the time you would have TWO correct numbers.  And it does work that way.  But getting the third digit is the hard part!

          And Raven is correct for the 17 combinations to guarantee 2 if 2, although I have seen it as 18 combinations, also.

          Brit

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            Posted: September 10, 2007, 12:48 am - IP Logged

            A free copy of the 2in8 system is here . . .

            http://www.lotto-logix.com/txthouse/lottodojo.html 

            It is a 2if3in10number8combination wheel or (10,3,2,3)=8

            There are dozens of these wheels possible with 120 all different boxed combinations.

            What seems to work best is to build the wheel around a hot boxed number from the game. That being a three different digit number that has hit boxed most often over the last six months to a year.

            It is possible the original author didn't have 100% coverage in his wheel, or was trying to explain the system doesn't cover doubles and triples, but they come up far more often then 5% of the time.

            No matter how you look at it, 8 numbers out of 220 is still just 8 chances of getting it right out of 220 possible outcomes. 

            BobP
             

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              A free copy of the 2in8 system is here . . .

              http://www.lotto-logix.com/txthouse/lottodojo.html 

              It is a 2if3in10number8combination wheel or (10,3,2,3)=8

              There are dozens of these wheels possible with 120 all different boxed combinations.

              What seems to work best is to build the wheel around a hot boxed number from the game. That being a three different digit number that has hit boxed most often over the last six months to a year.

              It is possible the original author didn't have 100% coverage in his wheel, or was trying to explain the system doesn't cover doubles and triples, but they come up far more often then 5% of the time.

              No matter how you look at it, 8 numbers out of 220 is still just 8 chances of getting it right out of 220 possible outcomes. 

              BobP
               

              I should have mentioned that it did not cover doubles or triples.  It can't be a 2if3 because, believe me, it does NOT always work.  But ALMOST always (maybe 96%??!!).

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                I just went back and read the email again that sent me the numbers that I paid $29.95 for!  Oh well.

                Here is what it says:

                Over 96% of the time the winning numbers drawn
                will be single sets of three like the eight
                sets of combo's listed below.

                So, I guess it is a 2if3, but I thought I had seen it miss have 2 correct before.  Maybe not.

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                  I think this was another version of that list:

                  127 345 369 380 468 490 560 589

                  Here is the one I paid $29.95 for:

                  039 059 069 124 178 278 356 478

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                    Using my set of 8 combos, I just looked at all the evening draws this evening and found that it you had played those 8 combos in every state, you would have had at least 2 correct in each and every draw that was not a double.

                    Brit

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                      Posted: September 10, 2007, 8:16 am - IP Logged

                      I remember this discussion on the post before on here several months back, but I can't seem to locate it now.  Does anyone know what the 8 sets of combinations are?  These 8 combos represent 2 out of 3 correct numbers in each drawing as long as no double or triple appears.

                       

                      Thanks for your help again.  I hate when I misplace my reference materials.

                      There are a number of sets of combinations that can be boxed that meet your criteria.  But be aware that getting all three of the digits falling in any one of those combinations is why that system doesn't work that well.  It simply doesn't happen that often.  And since you get no money for getting 2 of 3 digits, it does you llittle good. Another on of those methods that look good at first sight, but really isn''t something where you can come out ahead.

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                        Posted: September 10, 2007, 6:21 pm - IP Logged

                        Another Wheel:

                        Numbers: 10 (0123456789)
                        Pick: 3
                        Guarantee: 2
                        Condition: 2
                        Combinations: 17

                        012 019 036 048 057 138 147 156 237 239 246 258 345 389 459 678 679

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                          Posted: September 20, 2007, 8:31 am - IP Logged

                          Badger, thanks for the follow-up, but many states do have a 2 of 3 play that wins you $25 or $50 per draw, including my state Maryland. So perhaps this method could turn out profitable.

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                            Posted: September 20, 2007, 8:33 am - IP Logged

                            Britney,

                             

                            Thanks for this list, I remember paying $20.00 for these numbers last year sometime, whoever was selling these lucky eight probably got rich quick. LOL

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                              Posted: September 20, 2007, 9:27 pm - IP Logged

                              I remember this discussion on the post before on here several months back, but I can't seem to locate it now.  Does anyone know what the 8 sets of combinations are?  These 8 combos represent 2 out of 3 correct numbers in each drawing as long as no double or triple appears.

                               

                              Thanks for your help again.  I hate when I misplace my reference materials.

                              There are a number of such "sets" of pick 3 combos that will produce 2 digits of the 3 in almost any drawing.  The problem with this "system" is you don't win anything for getting 2 of 3 (heck, tonight, for the fourth time in the last week and a half, I had 2 of 3 in a straight, and missed one....and got nada) ....And if you back check, you'll find that you're lucky if one of the combinations from the "set' comes in in any given month.  And if all you get is one box a month, you're just feeding your money to the state.

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