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# I think it may be time...

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Last Edited: December 19, 2008, 8:01 pm

.....for me to get back into playing Cash 3 again.

I've combined 2 systems and 1 program and I've been getting somewhat decent results.  Over the past week, I've been keeping track of the Cash 3 evening results in GA using that professor rundown system that Shawn67 posted, using JADELottery's Pick 3/4 Selector, and the "keyhole" system that was explained in more detail (because it confused me when I read the original thread for it) by Shawn67.

I've been using Microsoft Excel to do all of this.  I'll show you some of the hits that I've seen.....

Sunday:

The keyhole system and Jade's program were the only stuff that hit....in the form of back pairs.

The program generated 6-3-9 which hit with the X39 back pair.

Keyhole

Keyhole hit with the same X39 back pair like this.....

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

Monday:

Some nice hits with the professor rundown and the keyhole systems.

Professor

Everything hit on the "plus" side....

0 3 4

1 5 7

2 7 0

031 hit straight, box, and the front/back pairs.

Keyhole

X31 hit back pair.....

5 3 9

1 6 7

6 3 9

8 8 2

7 5 0

Tuesday:

Keyhole had the only hit with front pair.

0 3 1

5 3 9

1 6 7

6 3 9

8 8 2

Wednesday:

The professor rundown "minus" side had the back pair hit.

4 3 6

3 2 5

2 1 4

Thursday:

No hits.

Tonight (Friday):

Keyhole does it again with the whole kit and kaboodle.

1 2 7

4 4 3

9 8 1

0 3 1

5 3 9

Here's what I'm thinking about doing........\$5 worth of plays each day (or each day that I work....if I have time before work to get them) in the form of 10 \$0.50 plays (whether straight, box, front pair, or back pair).  Now....determining which system to play (or how I'd do a "mix and match"-type scenario) and how I'd play each particular number.......I'll have to decide on that shortly.

I have a feeling things are starting to look up.

Until next time, may whatever system you use for your pick 3 game win you some nice dough.

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