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# 3 pairs...

Topic closed. 34 replies. Last post 2 years ago by ranman17.

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 Posted: February 20, 2013, 7:46 pm - IP Logged

You have to factor in the risk in your waging strategy else you'll be chasing a shadow!. If you are confident about your generated pairs, then your x  should be a second thought. The issue I presumed is the choice of the pairs, which of the pairs should be left out?. Supposing I have these pairs 12, 23,34, I may choose the pair 12 for 18 picks(12x and 21x, x=0-9) waging 50cent or 25cent str8 bets for \$9 or \$4.5(online). You have to study the frequencies of generated pairs and median time frame(how long to wage)and make a bold decision. The way you generate your pairs should be in part,the solution to reduce your picks. If you're wavering between pairs to select, then take a second look at how you generate your pairs, a pair should stand out, you may not hit with that pair, but hit the subsequent trial.

Another way of reducing picks is setting x limit to highest digit of pair, supposing my pair is 56, my x=0-6) for 12 picks, ie 561...............566 and 650..........656. Is about taking decisions, a high prize ratio is better than a high hit ratio! GL

great info... thanks!!

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 Posted: February 20, 2013, 7:51 pm - IP Logged

I found something that WILL predict at least 1 of 3 pairs for that week....

My problem is this.... I like playing straights.... so each pair will cost \$13.75 or \$37.50 a day to cover online for a \$225.00 win.

Any hit before 6 days is profit... 6 days its break even.... 7th day... well......

I back tested Western Canada and have had at least 1 hit the past 12 weeks... (3 months back)

Question is... how can I successfully reduce my number of plays without eliminating the winner?

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Rakster,

Would you consider sharing the method you use to arrive at your pairs?

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Rakster,

Would you consider sharing the method you use to arrive at your pairs?

Sure, but its complicated as I use a few different systems to derrive at the final outcome.

I use a point total to give to each digit from 1 to 10... so you take the last 10 draws.... stack them up and give them their values.

I then sort them from highest to lowest in points.

I then run them thru a pyramid where the top of pyramid is LOWEST value to highest value

From here it generates 8 sets of numbers....

I do the pyramid again using HIGHEST value of numbers to lowest and generate another set.... amongst these 2 sets of 8 numbers there will be a few sets have contain 4 pairs..... usually one of these 4 comes from a set that has the combination of pairs that I would use for the week.

Very confusing...lol... sometimes I even get lost in what I was doing lol

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Sure, but its complicated as I use a few different systems to derrive at the final outcome.

I use a point total to give to each digit from 1 to 10... so you take the last 10 draws.... stack them up and give them their values.

I then sort them from highest to lowest in points.

I then run them thru a pyramid where the top of pyramid is LOWEST value to highest value

From here it generates 8 sets of numbers....

I do the pyramid again using HIGHEST value of numbers to lowest and generate another set.... amongst these 2 sets of 8 numbers there will be a few sets have contain 4 pairs..... usually one of these 4 comes from a set that has the combination of pairs that I would use for the week.

Very confusing...lol... sometimes I even get lost in what I was doing lol

Can you give an example of a short stack and their values?

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 Posted: February 21, 2013, 10:26 am - IP Logged

Can you give an example of a short stack and their values?

you have your values  1 to 10 stacked... beside each of these you stack your last 10 days

like this...

if a 1 appears in numbers across from 8 then give it 8 points... since there are 2 ones in 711 it gets 16 points bc its across from 8.  Do this for every digit.

total value of 1 is... 35...  16 points for 711, 9 points for 138, and 10 points for 516.... do this for each digit

 1 269 2 872 3 858 4 579 5 264 6 899 7 505 8 711 9 138 10 516

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you have your values  1 to 10 stacked... beside each of these you stack your last 10 days

like this...

if a 1 appears in numbers across from 8 then give it 8 points... since there are 2 ones in 711 it gets 16 points bc its across from 8.  Do this for every digit.

total value of 1 is... 35...  16 points for 711, 9 points for 138, and 10 points for 516.... do this for each digit

 1 269 2 872 3 858 4 579 5 264 6 899 7 505 8 711 9 138 10 516

OK, so the total value for 2 would be 8, and the total value for 8 would be 41 correct?

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OK, so the total value for 2 would be 8, and the total value for 8 would be 41 correct?

total value for 8 is 23

2 points in 872

6 points in 858..... its acroiss from #3... so 3 points for each 8 here

etc...

total value for 2 is 8.. .thats correct.

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total value for 8 is 23

2 points in 872

6 points in 858..... its acroiss from #3... so 3 points for each 8 here

etc...

total value for 2 is 8.. .thats correct.

Wouldn't it be 2 for 872, 24 for 858, 6 for 899 and 9 for 138?

What did I do wrong?

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Wouldn't it be 2 for 872, 24 for 858, 6 for 899 and 9 for 138?

What did I do wrong?

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I guess I'm not that sharp.  I thought that since there is one 8 across from the 2 that would be 2 points and there are 2 8's across from the 3 so I thought that would be 24 points (8*3), etc.  I guess I got it wrong.

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I've got it now.

1 - 269
2 - 872 = 2
3 - 858 = 6
4 - 579
5 - 264
6 - 899 = 6
7 - 505
8 - 711
9 - 138 = 9
10 -516

Total = 23

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 Posted: February 21, 2013, 11:01 am - IP Logged

I've got it now.

1 - 269
2 - 872 = 2
3 - 858 = 6
4 - 579
5 - 264
6 - 899 = 6
7 - 505
8 - 711
9 - 138 = 9
10 -516

Total = 23

By George I think you've got it!! :)

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 Posted: February 21, 2013, 11:04 am - IP Logged

what state these plays are for?

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