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All States Pick 3 for 6 August...


Last Edited: August 6, 2009, 12:43 pm

All States for 6 August

Tri-Calendar 30

  163   475  

   052   364  

  941   253  

  830   142  

729   031

  618   920  

  507   819  

  496   708  

  385   697  

 274   586

Comps: 193  552  641  833  726  816  778  589  557  466  499  244  394  331  922  667 


Workout Notes: 163 rundown is the same today for two calendars, the GC and DayBreak, so those 10 combos should predominate in the all state draws today. Also NC took the 052 yesterday from the 163 rundown so it may be a day ahead with the calendars. Need to check after midday draw to see if it needs adjustment. If it does, use the -1-1-1 rundown on 219 and 216. Dream numbers: 941 and 800 and 355.

12:42 p.m. update: edited formatting of numbers to easily show the 163 rundown combos. I see that 499 has already shown in GA. GA loves the calendar workouts and often gives STR8. May have to move there....

Ref: Tri-C 30 Bare Bones MPA-003 Workout

Entry #179


Comment by marvy - August 6, 2009, 10:44 am
Hi! How do you get thec workout for these numbers.
Comment by SBIP$999 - August 6, 2009, 12:32 pm
Hi marvy,
In this case I took the calendar date numbers for the Julian Calendar (JC) and for the Gregorian Calendar (GC) and simply added a number (266) to each number using all sums. I.e GC date is August 6 or 806, then 806 + 266=163 and JC 218 +266=475. Once you have the 163 and the 475, you run them down using a -1-1-1 rundown (or use Prof. Hitts Rundown book). In today's workout I added 266 to both dates, but that is not true for every date. The 266 just happens to be the adder for today. The factor that you add to each calendar date changes constantly depending on the three digits in the date. That's the short explanation. Calendar based workouts for all states are very effective. So you may want just to use your regular workouts to play with the calendar dates to see what might work best in your state. For example, if you are using a regular workout, instead of using the last draw, you might try using the three digits from the calendar date instead. You can see one example of how I use calendar dates instead of last draws on my homepage. I posted the Julian Calendar workout at: http://tinyurl.com/JCREworkout . Hope that helps. Good luck!

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