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Florida United States Member #135620 November 27, 2012 334 Posts Offline

Posted: February 12, 2013, 3:10 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by atoz on February 12, 2013

problem is the ones who post...post many numbers, most generally too many to make profitable. I havent seen anyone yet on here that great...if so they are keeping it to themselves.

Hopefully, I'll be able to prove you wrong. I've put $300 into my online account. That was down to $25 or so when I started playing my simplified deviations system. Now it's over $400. But then I'm only playing .25 a set. I need a bigger bank roll before I move up to .50 since I'm doing the workout daily and playing any set that hasn't hit for seven days...

The biggest challage for me wasn't hits vs numbers played. It was creating a system that wouldn't go cold (or at least the potential to no go cold). A true hurdle to overcome. After that, figuring out the best wheel to use just took brute force testing. As it turns out, the best hits came using +/- 1 to each position. So my single set turned into 27 sets (ouch). From there, I use LP's wheel and apply some filters to try and get the number down. Doing simple things like removing tripples and sums (Sum of 0, 1, 2, 3, 24, 25, 26, 27) typically gets the group down to 21 numbers, sometimes less. I've had three wins and two draws that were both one digit off of one posision (painful). I would've had four wins but I didn't play the latest day's numbers because it usually takes a few days before a hit happens. That one hit the next day...

u$a United States Member #106669 February 22, 2011 16291 Posts Offline

Posted: February 12, 2013, 3:38 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by manual on February 12, 2013

Hopefully, I'll be able to prove you wrong. I've put $300 into my online account. That was down to $25 or so when I started playing my simplified deviations system. Now it's over $400. But then I'm only playing .25 a set. I need a bigger bank roll before I move up to .50 since I'm doing the workout daily and playing any set that hasn't hit for seven days...

The biggest challage for me wasn't hits vs numbers played. It was creating a system that wouldn't go cold (or at least the potential to no go cold). A true hurdle to overcome. After that, figuring out the best wheel to use just took brute force testing. As it turns out, the best hits came using +/- 1 to each position. So my single set turned into 27 sets (ouch). From there, I use LP's wheel and apply some filters to try and get the number down. Doing simple things like removing tripples and sums (Sum of 0, 1, 2, 3, 24, 25, 26, 27) typically gets the group down to 21 numbers, sometimes less. I've had three wins and two draws that were both one digit off of one posision (painful). I would've had four wins but I didn't play the latest day's numbers because it usually takes a few days before a hit happens. That one hit the next day...

Use Mirror #'s Use prs. with your Key* numbers the most Vivid thing in your dream go up or down on #'s. Flip 6=9 `9=6 Bullseyes 0 or 1 for Pick 4 and the P. 5 Play the other part of doubles. Do the Whole nine yards for a P. 4* P. 5* or 0 thur 9 for P. 4 P. 5 from my dreams or hunches good Luck.. Write your Dreams down Play for 3 days. Good Luck All.

u$a United States Member #106669 February 22, 2011 16291 Posts Offline

Posted: February 12, 2013, 4:47 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by atoz on February 12, 2013

problem is the ones who post...post many numbers, most generally too many to make profitable. I havent seen anyone yet on here that great...if so they are keeping it to themselves.

United States Member #128795 June 2, 2012 4221 Posts Online

Posted: February 12, 2013, 5:11 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by atoz on February 12, 2013

problem is the ones who post...post many numbers, most generally too many to make profitable. I havent seen anyone yet on here that great...if so they are keeping it to themselves.

I know what you mean. Well, i just filtered these down to a playable size. Try these for tonight. Just bet 50 cents on them to cut cost down

Play these for both draws for two weeks. I guarantee you'll hit.

United States Member #128795 June 2, 2012 4221 Posts Online

Posted: February 12, 2013, 11:05 pm - IP Logged

Here's the Pick-5 version.

In this one, if your one of your last Pick 5 game winning numbers was a single digit like 5, then you need to refer to the first section. If some of your numbers were two digit numbers like 37, then you do the workout for each individual number, 3 and then 7 accordingly from the second section. I'll show examples.

Section 1 for single digits. 1 is referred to as 1, not 01. A double digit is 29.

Ok, for our first example. Let's say last night's Florida winner was 5-8-14-27-36. To get our lines for the next draw, we start with the number 5. It's a single digit number. So we look in section 1 to find our first number. Under the 5 we see a 2. That's our first number.

2-

Then we look for our second number, still in section 1, which is a 6.

2-

6-

Now we look for our third number which is a 1.

2-

6-

1-

Our second number from last night's winner is 8. Now we do the same thing again for this looking in section 1 because 8 is a single number. Under the 8 we see a 4. Then a 1, and then a 7.

2-4

6-1

1-7

Now, we got to section two to do our remainder of the numbers because they are all double digit numbers. 14-27-36. But you must do each individual number in the double digit pair separately. In 14, do the 1 in the first part in the first chart in section two and the 4 in the chart below that one in section two.

Under the 1 we see a 3, and for the number 4 we see a 2 under the second chart (chart below the first one)

Now the 27, under the 2 we see a 2, and for the 7 we see a 4, so it's 24

32-24-16

And the last number is 36, do each number individually again starting with the 3. Under the 3 we see a 1 and under the 6 we see a 6, so it's 16.

United States Member #128795 June 2, 2012 4221 Posts Online

Posted: February 13, 2013, 12:09 am - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by onlymoney on February 12, 2013

Here's the Pick-5 version.

In this one, if your one of your last Pick 5 game winning numbers was a single digit like 5, then you need to refer to the first section. If some of your numbers were two digit numbers like 37, then you do the workout for each individual number, 3 and then 7 accordingly from the second section. I'll show examples.

Section 1 for single digits. 1 is referred to as 1, not 01. A double digit is 29.

Ok, for our first example. Let's say last night's Florida winner was 5-8-14-27-36. To get our lines for the next draw, we start with the number 5. It's a single digit number. So we look in section 1 to find our first number. Under the 5 we see a 2. That's our first number.

2-

Then we look for our second number, still in section 1, which is a 6.

2-

6-

Now we look for our third number which is a 1.

2-

6-

1-

Our second number from last night's winner is 8. Now we do the same thing again for this looking in section 1 because 8 is a single number. Under the 8 we see a 4. Then a 1, and then a 7.

2-4

6-1

1-7

Now, we got to section two to do our remainder of the numbers because they are all double digit numbers. 14-27-36. But you must do each individual number in the double digit pair separately. In 14, do the 1 in the first part in the first chart in section two and the 4 in the chart below that one in section two.

Under the 1 we see a 3, and for the number 4 we see a 2 under the second chart (chart below the first one)

Now the 27, under the 2 we see a 2, and for the 7 we see a 4, so it's 24

32-24-16

And the last number is 36, do each number individually again starting with the 3. Under the 3 we see a 1 and under the 6 we see a 6, so it's 16.

First number of a double digit. NOTE: There is no "0".

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Section 2: 3 2 1 1 1 6 5 6 5

2 3 2 3 4 2 5 7 3

1 1 1 4 7 3 2 4 8

Second number of a double digit. NOTE: THERE IS A "0" IN THIS ONE !

Section 2: 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

9 5 6 1 2 1 6 4 7 4

8 4 8 4 5 9 4 2 2 1

5 5 2 3 3 2 7 5 1 5

So tonight's Florida results in Fantasy Five are in. They are 8-10-14-19-21.

If the P-5 version is as good in getting pairs in the p-3 as it is in getting 2nd or 3rd prizes on a regular basis in the P-5, then we may be on to something. Hopefully manual will find time to program this.

So, the first number is a single number. The number 8. We look on the first section which is the single number section. Under the 8 we see a 4, and so on. I'm not re-writing everything.

United States Member #111096 May 18, 2011 20 Posts Offline

Posted: February 13, 2013, 10:14 am - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by onlymoney on February 13, 2013

So tonight's Florida results in Fantasy Five are in. They are 8-10-14-19-21.

If the P-5 version is as good in getting pairs in the p-3 as it is in getting 2nd or 3rd prizes on a regular basis in the P-5, then we may be on to something. Hopefully manual will find time to program this.

So, the first number is a single number. The number 8. We look on the first section which is the single number section. Under the 8 we see a 4, and so on. I'm not re-writing everything.

United States Member #128795 June 2, 2012 4221 Posts Online

Posted: February 13, 2013, 11:03 am - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by Pik3 Winner on February 13, 2013

Thought this was the Pick3 thread.

True, but the numbers for the P-5 come from the P-3 system. I was hoping manual could put this into his collection of programs, and i didn't want to start a new thread just for that reason alone.

United States Member #128795 June 2, 2012 4221 Posts Online

Posted: February 13, 2013, 11:09 am - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by onlymoney on February 13, 2013

So tonight's Florida results in Fantasy Five are in. They are 8-10-14-19-21.

If the P-5 version is as good in getting pairs in the p-3 as it is in getting 2nd or 3rd prizes on a regular basis in the P-5, then we may be on to something. Hopefully manual will find time to program this.

So, the first number is a single number. The number 8. We look on the first section which is the single number section. Under the 8 we see a 4, and so on. I'm not re-writing everything.

The lines for tomorrow are below,

10=39

14=32

19=34

21=25

So 39-32-34-25

4-39-32-34-25

1-39-32-34-25

7-39-32-34-25

Oops, I just realized Florida Fantasy Five only goes as high as the number 36, so 39 will be 36. lol