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New Pick 3 system - Entering Live Test Mode

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Created the new Pick 3 System for individual state. I love creating system for all states, for online play, and I feel it is time to look at individual state to come up with a system for it. The current system will be going through live test mode starting tomorrow.

Going to place them in their own threads to keep track of the on going development of systems for that state. The thread itself will be record of the progression of the system, and its tweaks for further accuracy and consistency.

Stay tuned...

Entry #129

Comments

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Comment by thegee - March 25, 2009, 6:35 pm
you go diamond thanks,cant wait to see how this project works out.
2.
diamondpalaceComment by diamondpalace - March 25, 2009, 6:41 pm
I've tested in TX, it shows good profit, with 15 combos.
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KaptainessComment by Kaptainess - March 26, 2009, 12:00 am
I thinking...what other state will you develop next? How long will it take you to develop each state?   

I have the entire history of the PA lottery on my computer - date and number. Want it? LOL!!

All I can say is - You the Man DiamondPalace!
4.
diamondpalaceComment by diamondpalace - March 26, 2009, 12:13 am
Kaptainess,

The system is already developed. My style in system development is using the previous draw for next draw, and I have various ways in extracting the numbers, and wheel them for the next outcome. Now, we test it with the individual state to see how many times it hits for mid and eve, box vs str, loss vs profit. It's quite successful in TX, but I want to see if other state can also benefit from the system. I call it "Diamond Cut".
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Shawn67Comment by Shawn67 - March 26, 2009, 3:00 pm
Thanks DP, this is exactly the way I like to play. The next draw should be based off of the previous draw, and the "system" should generate 10-15 combos. Hope this goes well because I can't wait to use it in Oklahoma!!

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