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# Mark's Cash3 Probabilities

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Last Edited: November 25, 2008, 11:51 pm

Testing For Wednesday evening:

497    490    493    407    400    403    447    440    443
197    190    193    107    100    103    147    140    143
297    290    293    207    200    203    247    240    243 ......
TOT = 27

(3X3X3) = 27

498    408    448    477    470    473    478
198    108    148    177    170    173    178
298    208    248    277    270    273    278
597    590    593    598    507    500    503    508
547    540    543    548    577    570    573    578 ........Added num TOT = 37

(4X4X4) = 64

TUESDAY-Eve

3    3    1
4    9    7
4    0    0
1    4    3
2    9    3

5    9    8
4
7

Monday-Eve

7    6    4
3    6    1
4    2    5
4    0    8
1    3    4

Sunday-Eve
0    8    0
7    1    3
1    6    3
5    9    8
0    2    4

Entry #1

1.
Comment by Mark J - November 25, 2008, 11:44 pm
Test 1.
2.
Comment by Sloegin - November 26, 2008, 10:05 am
Hi: Mark this is getting imteresting as I look at these results of Sun/Mon, did the winning numbers appear in the same column or groups?,
3.
Comment by Mark J - November 26, 2008, 10:49 am
Hi Sloegin, the sunday draw column 1, position 1, also known as P1, the first draw number frome sunday draw produce the results =7150 these num must be only combine with the numbers in the next position P2 then P3 if 3 num in each then 3x3x3=27, Please remember these are just test, lets see how many times out of 5-10 they hit str8.
each draw result produce a groupe of endless numbers were looking at the first 4 in each position.
4.
Comment by Sloegin - November 26, 2008, 2:50 pm
Hi Mark;
I have looked, (and looked again) at your workout and it is a little hard to grasp.
If I may suggest, do exactly what you did on Mon with the columns and colors and I think YOU will have a forumla for success. I did and it works. 647 box paid off. There is a saying "dont mess with success". I think you have it, fine tune it

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