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# The XXX System...

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Last Edited: March 16, 2009, 3:24 am

This system is thanks to "Four4me" and to Gail Howard....If it wasn't for them i would have thought of it...Read it to the end, at the end is when you will realize the system...All that you see is a dialogue..

COMMENT BY FOUR4ME:

Maryland's Bonus Match 5 a 5-39 game

More often than not 4 numbers between 9 and 33 will be drawn with the 5th number being between 1 and 8 or 34 through 39.

Also nearly but not all other drawings 3 numbers will be drawn between 9 and 33 with the other 2 numbers being drawn 1 through 8 or 34 through 39 or both.

All other drawing numbers are spread through the group. All this can easily be tracked by making a chart and color coding the chart so you can see the information.

This info on pick 5 games can also be found in Gail Howard's books on pick 5 games.

She suggests playing 5 numbers between 9 and 33 in tracking these i have found they do occur but not as often as what i posted above. In fact it may only happen about 5 times a month or more give or take.

Wheeling these numbers 9-33 will require some filtering possibly using skips from the previous 3 games as the seed  numbers.

COMMENT BY PUMPI76: i wonder if that can be a constraint when deducing...And i wonder if the 1st number been from 1-8 and the 5th number been from 30-34 or from 34-39 can make up when ending digits deducing for the 3 numbers been from 9-34 or from 9-30...With of course the Even/odd ratio and the High ending digits/Low ending digits ratio as constraints...

If this is possible...MY gosh Game over and we found another system that can crack it....

it is that that they need to continue exploring and drilling...

COMMENT BY PUMPI76:  think about it as a key-number wheel the 2nd, 3rd and 4th digits are the key numbers and the 1st and 5th are the regular numbers....

And another constraint is TNTea's 2-1-1 types for the 2nd, 3rd and 4th digit...What a number ah? 234....

i am starting to see more and more, deeper...

COMMENT BY PUMPI76

And what about the fact that if you look at it as 1st number 1-8 or 1-10 and then 2nd, 3rd and 4th are from 10-30 then what about the fact of 5's if is the 3 numbers are from 10-30, then you have 4 types of 5's...from 11-15, from 16-20, from 21-25, from 26-30 and what about the fact that those 3 numbers sometimes play 2 numbers from 1 type of 5's and the other 1 from another type of 5's...And the fact of the even/odd types and high ending digits/low ending digits ratio, you look at it as a Pick3....And what about the fact that out of those 3 number, sometimes 1 number drops in 1 type of 5's and the 2nd on another type of 5's and the third on another type of 5's....

So the 3 numbers [2nd,3rd,4th] from 8-30 drop on different 5's...Plus there is usually 2 even/1 odd or 2odd/1 even...

i forgot to mention, this key-number wheel the key numbers are not from a key-number wheel but from ending digits deducing...

COMMENT BY PUMPI76:

it does come out to 200 dollars but you have to guess the 3 numbers from 10-30...

This is how i see it 01-XXX-30....suppose you get the 3 numbers for the XXX suppose you get it and suppose they are XXX...

then it will be 01-XXX-30, then 01-XXX-31, then 01-XXX-32, then 01-XXX-33, then 01-XXX-34, then 01-XXX-35, then 01-XXX-36, then 01-XXX-37, then 01-XXX-38, then 01-XXX-39..that comes out to 9 tickets [i calculated 10], then you start with 02 which will be 02-XXX-30, then 02-XXX-31 and so on until you get to 8 or 10...That in total will equaled 100...

About the XXX, think of it as ending digits from 10-30...Suppose you get the 3 ending digits number and they are 2-3-1 then all you have to calculate is:

12-13-21 or

12-23-31 or

22-23-31

but if you look at it 12-23-31 with 31 passes the number 30 so it can't be same thing with 22-23-31...so the only option is 12-13-21...And then you plug 12-13-21 into the XXX equation....

so if you look at it it comes out to 100 dollars/tickets and you get another chance to pick another 3 ending digits from 10-30 but it will cost you another 100 dollars....And for another chance after that to pick3 more ending digits from 10-30 it will cost you another 100 dollars...

COMMENT BY PUMPI76:   The 3 ending digits [the XXX], i think they can be regular numbers also and not ending digits...Plus you have to look into the 5's, the patterns that i told you previously about the 5's...

if you look at it as 3 ending digits [the XXX], then you can also look at high numbers over low numbers 0-5 = low numbers and 6-0 equals high numbers...There is usually 2 high numbers and 1 low number or 2 low numbers and 1 high numbers [usually of pick3] so if you apply that rule to this one but ending digits and not regular numbers you might come up ahead...

COMMENT BY PUMPI76:

so it basically can be a 01-10-XXX-30-39 game....But it can also be 01-08-XXX-33-39....or it can be a 01-08-XXX-29-39....or it can be a: 01-06-XXX-30-39....it all depends how you like the range you can switch the range a little to your liking...

COMMENT BY PUMPI76

it can also be a 1-8-XXX-34-39....Because sometimes that's the case/configuration...

This system goes straight for 5/5...It will be nice if this system went for 4/5's, that way it will reduce the cost, and maybe be more lethal...That's the problem right now...

COMMENT BY PUMPI76

it can even get to be 1-5-XXX-35-39 where XXX  is 10-30 or 11-30 or 11-29...that one comes out to be 25 dollars...The only problem is that for this kind of system you have to be sure when you bet...

It just proves that with a supercomputer you can crack that game...

not only that but if 1-5-XXX-35-39 if the 1st digit is from 1-5 been a low ending digit and the 5th number been 35-39, then 10-30 or XXX will have 2 low ending digits and 1 high ending digits...Sometimes you will have a 2 high ending digits and 1 low ending digits but it doesn't happen all the time...plus the 5's constraint...

Plus you can always add the even/odd ration where all 5 numbers will have 2 even numbers and 3 odd numbers or 2 odd numbers and 3 even numbers...

I also forgot to add the sum and the sum total patterns for the XXX ending digits...

and for the XXX you can always look at the entire history of the game and look at the ending digits combinations that have played throught the years and eliminate the ones that have played already and play only the ones that have not...

COMMENT BY PUMPI76:  is a great system but like many it doesn't come out to a playable combinations...This time we came very close...Pick5 was saved by the bell...AGAIN!!!...

it just proves that lottery softwares need to employ algorithms and not wheels....

sincerely,

STARGATE....[From movie Stargate with James Spader]....

Entry #269

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Comment by pumpi76 - June 20, 2009, 6:38 am
I forgot to add, what if you add: "TNTEA'S 2-1-2" SYSTEM AND POSSIBLY EOEOO
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Comment by pumpi76 - June 20, 2009, 6:40 am
What if you add: Ending digits ratios...
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Comment by pumpi76 - June 20, 2009, 6:49 am
What if you look at the "Ending digits" ratios only of the 3 center numbers, you know the XXX numbers...
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Comment by pumpi76 - June 20, 2009, 6:53 am
What if you look at combinations that play from 17-39 only and then you look at the Ending digits ratios of the 3 center numbers ONLY, you know the XXX, and THEN you look at the sides...
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Comment by pumpi76 - June 20, 2009, 7:56 am
When i say ending digits i mean: "high/low" Ending digits....Low ending digits been 1-5 and high ending digits been 6-9 or should i say 6-0 you view 0 as 10...

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