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# Double Doubles Drag Net Alert Club

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Carters Lake, Ga.
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This is how I played the list yesterday and got a hit

0 with 2 large digits (056 thru 089) the same with the 1 (156 thru 189) that is a playable list of 20 numbers at I played for \$10. I played .25 on each number straight and .25 box. I hit a straight for \$225 and a box for \$37.50 for a profit of \$252.50

The point I am trying to make is you do not have to play all of the 64 number list.

Today I will play the exact same numbers for SC. Reason being; SC has 2 doubles  244 and 338 that is 5 of 6 small digits there. I am gambling that 1 small digit and 2 large will come. Maybe it will , maybe not . But it works a lot. Don't only look at the 01 list but also at other factors.

Hope this helps and Happy New Year

Good Luck

ez

........ in the long run........

Stone Mountain*Georgia
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Here is a good example for New York today. Midday only. Many times you could just play the numbers that have a digit from the day before. Also ....most times I think you can subtract the last 20 or so hits from the list.

Heck...... it will always be a gamble. More art than math....but math and probability help

The most important part of this method is ...you know where you are EVERY Day. You are either ON or OFF....RED or Black and its easy to track an unfamiliar STATE's game...and catch up fast.

 `SUN 12/26/04` 7-0-5 red hit today `FRI 12/24/04` 5-5-3  5 `THU 12/23/04` 5-7-3 `WED 12/22/04` 3-2-7 `TUE 12/21/04` 7-7-0 `MON 12/20/04` 5-7-8 `SUN 12/19/04` 1-3-6 `SAT 12/18/04` 6-0-8 6 `FRI 12/17/04` 1-9-7 `THU 12/16/04` 9-4-7 7 `WED 12/15/04` 8-2-6 `TUE 12/14/04` 5-3-3 `MON 12/13/04` 7-4-3 `SUN 12/12/04` 2-3-7 `SAT 12/11/04` 3-6-3 `FRI 12/10/04` 7-3-7 `THU 12/09/04` 5-0-5 `WED 12/08/04` 1-4-8 `TUE 12/07/04` 7-6-8 8 `MON 12/06/04` 2-5-8 `SUN 12/05/04` 0-9-3 `SAT 12/04/04` 5-4-2 `FRI 12/03/04` 8-3-3 `THU 12/02/04` 3-5-8 `WED 12/01/04` 5-1-1 `TUE 11/30/04` 8-4-3 `MON 11/29/04` 0-1-9 `SUN 11/28/04` 0-1-3 `SAT 11/27/04` 2-4-0 `FRI 11/26/04` 8-6-5

The only real failure .....is the failure to try.

Luck is a very rare thing....... Odds not so much.

Odds never change .....but probability does.

Win d

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PA. MIDDAY OWES YOU

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** Washington, DC >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Alert **

DC last 3 evening hits:

• 12-23-04 ~ 446

• 12-24-04 ~ 969

• 12-25-04 ~ 996

"I Am Realistic. I Expect Miracles."  - Dr. Wayne Dyer -

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Poway CA (San Diego County)
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South Carolina Evening = 903 ... a BOX win for the Win d list and also Wild Wheel 3:

Playing Suggestions: 54
217 710 720 817 827 870 074 076 297 714
716 724 726 790 810 874 327 370 387 016
075 190 216 290 725 794 814 816 890 374
376 380 025 094 096 194 196 215 294 296
085 815 825 894 316 326 390 384 386 095
295 325 394 385

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Always a day late and a dollar short. Look what MO did...Have you thought about adding another double to your mix with the 0 and 1?

 Fri., Dec. 24, 2004 Evening 1-1-0 Thu., Dec. 23, 2004 Evening 6-6-9 Wed., Dec. 22, 2004 Evening 3-3-9

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 Posted: December 27, 2004, 12:05 am - IP Logged
Quote: Originally posted by NBey6 on December 26, 2004

** Washington, DC >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Alert **

DC last 3 evening hits:

• 12-23-04 ~ 446
• 12-24-04 ~ 969
• 12-25-04 ~ 996

the 969 and 996 was an indicator that trip 9's were coming

OLD/Vtrac

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WinD,

Florida  12/25/04    550

12/26/04    151

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Stone Mountain*Georgia
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Quote: Originally posted by Bryan on December 27, 2004

Always a day late and a dollar short. Look what MO did...Have you thought about adding another double to your mix with the 0 and 1?

 Fri., Dec. 24, 2004 Evening 1-1-0 Thu., Dec. 23, 2004 Evening 6-6-9 Wed., Dec. 22, 2004 Evening 3-3-9

You bet  Bryan......... we sure have thought about adding another double and just make it 3 in a row. If back to back doubles are good ...then 3 in a row would seem to be even better huh? The trouble with that is waiting for those darn 3 doubles in a row...it's kinda rare.

Right now I think the ideal set up for this method is ......Several days in a row without one of the 64 Zero's or ONE's list hitting .....and then those topped off with a couple of doubles.

Thanks to Carbob and Tntea too.  That looks like a rare 3 doubles right there. Gonna check to see how many days it missed before those 3 doubles hit..... could be just right.

By the way..... if anyone has any data on how many times doubles hit back to back or three times in a year on average .......please post it. Thanks

The only real failure .....is the failure to try.

Luck is a very rare thing....... Odds not so much.

Odds never change .....but probability does.

Win d

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 Draw Date State Game Results Sat, Dec 25, 2004 Arizona 0-0-9 Fri, Dec 24, 2004 Arizona 9-5-9 Thu, Dec 23, 2004 Arizona 7-3-6 Wed, Dec 22, 2004 Arizona 0-6-5 Tue, Dec 21, 2004 Arizona 2-3-2 Mon, Dec 20, 2004 Arizona 1-8-0 Sat, Dec 18, 2004 Arizona 4-0-4 Fri, Dec 17, 2004 Arizona 1-7-0 Thu, Dec 16, 2004 Arizona 6-5-8 Wed, Dec 15, 2004 Arizona 2-7-5 Tue, Dec 14, 2004 Arizona 0-0-8 Mon, Dec 13, 2004 Arizona 2-3-6 Sat, Dec 11, 2004 Arizona 0-0-6 Fri, Dec 10, 2004 Arizona 0-7-1 Thu, Dec 9, 2004 Arizona 9-0-3 Wed, Dec 8, 2004 Arizona 4-1-0 Tue, Dec 7, 2004 Arizona 5-3-3 Mon, Dec 6, 2004 Arizona 7-4-1

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 Posted: December 27, 2004, 9:17 am - IP Logged
Quote: Originally posted by WIN D on December 27, 2004

Quote: Originally posted by Bryan on December 27, 2004

Always a day late and a dollar short. Look what MO did...Have you thought about adding another double to your mix with the 0 and 1?

 Fri., Dec. 24, 2004 Evening 1-1-0 Thu., Dec. 23, 2004 Evening 6-6-9 Wed., Dec. 22, 2004 Evening 3-3-9

You bet  Bryan......... we sure have thought about adding another double and just make it 3 in a row. If back to back doubles are good ...then 3 in a row would seem to be even better huh? The trouble with that is waiting for those darn 3 doubles in a row...it's kinda rare.

Right now I think the ideal set up for this method is ......Several days in a row without one of the 64 Zero's or ONE's list hitting .....and then those topped off with a couple of doubles.

Thanks to Carbob and Tntea too.  That looks like a rare 3 doubles right there. Gonna check to see how many days it missed before those 3 doubles hit..... could be just right.

By the way..... if anyone has any data on how many times doubles hit back to back or three times in a year on average .......please post it. Thanks

I think you may be getting too selective.  Way back when you started this, the "rule" was after 2 doubles play the list.  Then added to the rule was "also look for 5 skips in a row with a number having BOTH a 0 and 1".  The 7 states that I track show that this works VERY well.

Also, when you talking about 3 doubles in a row, isn't that also a continuation of 2 doubles?  In other words, with the above example,

110

669

339

The 339 followed by the 669 is, of course, 2 doubles in a row, but I consider the 669 and 110 also to be 2 doubles in a row.  Maybe that is stretching the point, but I think it still works.

I will get the data on doubles following doubles for you (Georgia).

Stone Mountain*Georgia
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Searching CD...... Searching.  Thanks for that doubles info offer. Looking forward.

Call me narrow minded but GA. Midday looks the best right now. Several days of no hit .....Zero  or  One List  and then topped off with 2 doubles. This looks very good to me. I'm doing this one this afternoon....and prepared to stay through Tues.

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 Sat, Dec 25, 2004 8-7-8.. d.................................................................... Fri, Dec 24, 2004 2-2-9  doubles Thu, Dec 23, 2004 9-6-8 Wed, Dec 22, 2004 8-6-3 Tue, Dec 21, 2004 4-7-5 Mon, Dec 20, 2004 6-9-9 Sat, Dec 18, 2004 2-7-7 Fri, Dec 17, 2004 3-6- 7 Thu, Dec 16, 2004 1-8-0 Wed, Dec 15, 2004 6-7-1

The only real failure .....is the failure to try.

Luck is a very rare thing....... Odds not so much.

Odds never change .....but probability does.

Win d

Poway CA (San Diego County)
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Here is what I can give you.  It is not exactly what you asked for, but I find it VERY informative:

My database for Georgia goes back to 1/17/04 (639 draws).

Since we are talking about 64 numbers in the 0/1 number chart, that is 29.1% of the total 220 numbers.  So, if we can find something that is significantly better than 30%, we have a good method.

There were 89 doubles (I count triples as doubles, by the way) that were NOT followed by a double.  Of those 89, 49 of them were followed by a 0/1 number.  That is 55.1%.

There were 30 doubles that were followed by only 1 double.  This is what we have been following in Win d's method.  Of those 30, 13 were followed by a 0/1 number.  That is 43.3%.

There were 6 doubles that were followed by 2 more doubles.  Of those 6, 2 were followed by a 0/1 number.  That is 33.3%.  Not that much better than expected.

There was 1 double followed by 3 doubles.  That group was followed by a 0/1 so that is 100%!!  All we need to do is wait for 4 doubles in a row and bet all we have on the 64 numbers.  We win 100% of the time!! (I'm JOKING!!)

So, it looks to me like we can do the wait for 2 doubles, but am I missing something when I say "why wait?"?

If we can hit 55% of the time by playing after just one double, why wait?  If we miss, and another double hits, play again?

Well, there is something to consider and comment on.

Poway CA (San Diego County)
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Here is California for the past 500 draws.

There were 83 doubles not followed by a double.  Of those 83, 48 were followed by a 0/1 number.  That is 57.8%.

There were 20 doubles that were followed by only one more double.  Of those 20, 14 were followed by a 0/1 number.  That is 70.0%.

There were 2 doubles that were followed by only two more doubles.  Of those 2, 1 was followed by a 0/1 number.  That is 50%.

I realize that there are some problems with the stats that I'm giving because we don't know in advance if there will be only 1 double or 2 in a row, etc.  If I get time, I will check out what would happen in a betting situation.

Poway CA (San Diego County)
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Here is more accurate data for California.  As I pointed out above, if only we knew in advance how many doubles would hit in a row!!  So, when I gave the figures for the winners following 1 double not followed by another double, that didn't take into account that if there was a second double, you would lose!!

So, I went back through California (500 draws) and looked to see what would happen if you followed this method...wait for a double...bet the 64 numbers as a box...if another double hits (you lose), you play one more time.

The results:

You would have made 125 bets x 64 numbers = 8,000 total bets x \$0.25 ( ) = \$2,000 bet

You would have had 61 winning tickets x \$37.50 ( ) = \$2,287.50 won.  Profit = \$287.50 (14.38%).  Hard to beat at any bank!!

Gee.......I wonder if you bet straight instead of box......LOL!

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