**position/location of the "M",**once you do that, theoretically speaking you will have gold...

# The LMH System Also Known as HML System...

**Published:** January 16, 2009, 8:28 pm

**Last Edited:** January 16, 2009, 8:30 pm

## Comments

**pumpi76**- January 16, 2009, 8:32 pm

**pumpi76**- January 16, 2009, 9:07 pm

**pumpi76**- January 16, 2009, 9:27 pm

**pumpi76**- January 17, 2009, 1:18 pm

**pumpi76**- January 17, 2009, 6:06 pm

**pumpi76**- January 17, 2009, 7:15 pm

and to the mother of Tntea's and her father and husband...

**sysp34**- January 17, 2009, 11:19 pm

i already put this in my prior spreadsheet a years a go, thank to Fernando for the 4x3x3 systems and here are the possible 3 groups in pick 3

3G (4x3x3)

1 = 4 numbers (eg: 0123)

2 = 3 numbers (eg: 456)

3 = 3 numbers (eg: 789)

possible 3 group combination : 120

(using unique short pick 3 as an anchor, we have 120 patterns (combin(10,3))

10 Short Patterns (220 short pick 3)

123 (36),

112 (30), note: 18 duplicated short pick 3 numbers

113 (30), note: 18 duplicated short pick 3 numbers

122 (24), note: 12 duplicated short pick 3 numbers

133 (24), note: 12 duplicated short pick 3 numbers

223 (18), note: 9 duplicated short pick 3 numbers

233 (18), note: 9 duplicated short pick 3 numbers

111 (20), note: 44 duplicated short pick 3 numbers

222 (10), note: 17 duplicated short pick 3 numbers

333 (10). note: 17 duplicated short pick 3 numbers

27 Straight Patterns (1000 pick 3)

123 (36) = [ 0123 x 456 x 789 ]

132 (36) = [ 0123 x 789 x 456 ]

213 (36) = [ 456 x 0123 x 789 ]

231 (36) = [ 456 x 789 x 0123 ]

312 (36) = [ 789 x 0123 x 456 ]

321 (36) = [ 789 x 456 x 0123 ]

112 (48) = [ 0123 x 0123 x 456 ]

121 (48) = [ 0123 x 456 x 0123 ]

211 (48) = [ 456 x 0123 x 0123 ]

113 (48) = [ 0123 x 0123 x 789 ]

131 (48) = [ 0123 x 789 x 0123 ]

311 (48) = [ 789 x 0123 x 0123 ]

122 (36) = [ 0123 x 456 x 456 ]

212 (36) = [ 456 x 0123 x 456 ]

221 (36) = [ 456 x 456 x 0123 ]

133 (36) = [ 0123 x 789 x 789 ]

313 (36) = [ 789 x 0123 x 789 ]

331 (36) = [ 789 x 789 x 0123 ]

223 (27) = [ 456 x 456 x 789 ]

232 (27) = [ 456 x 789 x 456 ]

322 (27) = [ 789 x 456 x 456 ]

233 (27) = [ 456 x 789 x 789 ]

323 (27) = [ 789 x 456 x 789 ]

332 (27) = [ 789 x 789 x 456 ]

111 (64) = [ 0123 x 0123 x 0123 ]

222 (27) = [ 456 x 456 x 456 ]

333 (27) = [ 789 x 789 x 789 ]

for pair 12x, 1x3, x23 we have patterns:

11 (16) = [ 0123 x 0123 ]

12 (12) = [ 0123 x 456 ]

13 (12) = [ 0123 x 789 ]

21 (12) = [ 456 x 0123 ]

22 (9) = [ 456 x 456 ]

23 (9) = [ 456 x 789 ]

31 (12) = [ 789 x 0123 ]

32 (9) = [ 789 x 456 ]

22 (9) = [456 x 456]

and we can still track above pairs using sum

pair sum

2 = 11 = 16 pairs => 11 (16) = [0123 x 0123]

3 = 12, 21 = 24 pairs => 12 (12) = [0123 x 456]

21 (12) = [456 x 0123]

4 = 13, 22, 31 = 33 pairs => 13 (12) = [0123 x 789]

22 (9) = [456 x 456]

31 (12) = [789 x 0123]

5 = 23, 32 = 18 pairs => 23 (9) = [456 x 789]

32 (9) = [789 x 456]

6 = 33 = 9 pairs => 33 (9) = [789 x 789]

and we can use distance pairs 3G

0 = 11, 22, 33 = 34 pairs => 11 (16) = [0123 x 0123]

22 (9) = [456 x 456]

33 (9) = [789 x 789]

1 = 12, 21, 23, 32 = 42 pairs => 12 (12) = [0123 x 456]

21 (12) = [456 x 0123]

23 (9) = [456 x 789]

32 (9) = [789 x 456]

2 = 13, 31 = 24 pairs => 13 (12) = [0123 x 789]

31 (12) = [789 x 0123]

GL

**pumpi76**- January 18, 2009, 10:49 pm

**pumpi76**- January 18, 2009, 10:53 pm

**pumpi76**- January 18, 2009, 10:55 pm

**pumpi76**- January 18, 2009, 11:58 pm

**pumpi76**- January 19, 2009, 3:33 pm

For instance, if you know that the next winning combination is going to have 3 "M's" they you should also know that in Win For Life, most drawings have both H & L...So all you had to do is deduce where the H and L are going to be and play around the possible locations of the "M"....Dear God, if i only had a supercomputer at my disposal with tracking algorithms...

**pumpi76**- January 20, 2009, 12:13 am

**pumpi76**- January 20, 2009, 12:19 am

I meant to say what if instead of a 3's table you make a 4's table and add more variable, like 4 variables...What if you add 5 variables..?

**pumpi76**- February 17, 2009, 12:58 pm

**pumpi76**- February 23, 2009, 1:19 am

**pumpi76**- March 8, 2009, 3:51 am

HMMMML

HHMHMM

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now all a person had to do was guess for the following day whether it is H or M in other words, 0 or 1 and remember some got 3 M's or 2 M's so that will help [constraint..lol].....See how easy that was...I got the idea from the show with Drew Carey show the price is right...

**pumpi76**- March 8, 2009, 3:56 am

**pumpi76**- March 8, 2009, 4:04 am

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pumpi76- January 16, 2009, 8:31 pm