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# How to crack Pick4 System. To do it you need to crack Pick3/15...

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There is a reason why i am asking this question...You see if you think you could win a Pick3/15 you will have cracked Pick4 all the time "Straight" not boxed...I am not talking about regular PIck3 i am talking about combination PIck3/15 not permutation Pick3/0-15...

Here is how: Some old Pick4 drawings:

You consider 0 as 10 when coverting them from permutation game to combination game....

Permutation PIck4= Combination Pick4

8103 = 8-9-19-22

1780 = 1-8-16-26

6565 = 6-11-17-22

8701 = 8-15-25-26

5133 = 5-6-9-12

1926 = 1-10-12-18

1445 = 1-5-9-14

2404 = 2-6-14-18

6525 = 6-11-13-18

5592 = 5-10-19-21

8710 = 8-15-16-26

0436 = 10-14-17-23

2467 = 2-4-10-17

6284 = 6-8-16-20

4578 = 4-9-16-24

9774 = 9-16-23-27

8797 = 8-15-24-31

Now notice here and in all of Pick4 drawings that the first 3 numbers are from 1-15 or from 1-16 and the last 1 is from: 16-25 or from 16-25...Sometimes is from 17-23...So what am i proposing?

you predict the Pick3/15 game and whatever results are for your prediction you just pair it up with the last digit from 16-25 or 17-23...The good thing about this is that you get the numbers "STRAIGHT" not boxed...But you have to get yourself a special software that can translate the Permutation regular Pick4 numbers to combination Pick4 numbers...Then you will need a software that whatever Pick3/15 combinations that you plug in for your predictions that it will pair it up with 16-25 or 17-23...

If you predicted the PIck3/15 correctly you will have gottten several Pick4 jackpots correctly...Here are there are: The same sample drawing: I COLOR CODED IN DARK RED THE JACKPOTS YOU WILL HAVE GOTTEN CORRECTLY...

Permutation PIck4= Combination Pick4

8103 = 8-9-19-22

1780 = 1-8-16-26 = [almost got this one by 1 number]

6565 = 6-11-17-22 = [almost got this one by 1 number]

8701 = 8-15-25-26

5133 = 5-6-9-12

1926 = 1-10-12-18  = [\$5,000 jackpot]

1445 = 1-5-9-14

2404 = 2-6-14-18  = [\$5,000 jackpot]

6525 = 6-11-13-18 = [\$ 5,000 jackpot]

5592 = 5-10-19-21

8710 = 8-15-16-26 = [almost got this one by 1 number]

0436 = 10-14-17-23 = [almost got this one by 1 number]

2467 = 2-4-10-17  = [\$5,000 jackpot]

6284 = 6-8-16-20  = [\$5,000 jackpot]

4578 = 4-9-16-24   = [\$5,000 jackpot]

9774 = 9-16-23-27

8797 = 8-15-24-31

in 2 weeks you would have won \$30,000 half of an average Pick5 jackpot...The thing is can you find a wheel for Pick3/15 or PIck3/16 and then reduce it...If you like you can play for 50 cents it pays: \$2,500 dollars...

what's the catch:  If you play for 50 cents you cannot play more than 20 tickets per drawing...if you play for 1 dollar you can play more than 8 tickets per drawing...

SO THE QUESTION IS: if you had a Pick3/15 in your state do you think you could hit it with less than 20 tickets per game?

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Comment by pumpi76 - August 1, 2009, 11:32 am
Will like to crack a billion dollar lottery but again such lottery paying 1 billion does not exist in this planet...Not because i want 1 billion dollars but because if i crack it i can take 4 or 5 billion and place it in the bank and let the interests power a free MegaMillions paying 60 or 75 million every 2 months...That's if the bank gives me 9% for 5 billion...Make it a Pick6/70 or have the same ending digits as the billion dollar lotto, create a prediction website and give the numbers to the 1 billion dollar lottery...I also will like to work myself on Pick6/200, pick10/600, etc....
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Comment by pumpi76 - August 26, 2009, 11:58 pm
you know to win a Pick3/15 it has: 445 combinations...Not only that but if you pick the 3E's or 3O's, meaning 3Evens or 3Odds...And just pair it up with 1 number...It probably have like 50 combinations....
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Comment by xthundercat2003 - August 15, 2013, 10:18 pm
Could you tell me how to do cause I don't understand it thank you I just want you to show me for the numbers for New York pick4

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