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Houston
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Anybody have any comments on this system? Especially as it pertains to the pick 3? Thanks for the info.

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looks like it's for 5 or 6 only

love to nibble those micey feet.

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It's not worth the money.

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love to nibble those micey feet.

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Went back and searched for more info. Found nothing on how it relates to the pick 3. Though I'm no expert its makes sense for the 6 or 5 number lotto. But if I cant hit the pick 3 how in the world am I suppose to hit the 6 number lotto?

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Quote: Originally posted by Threepix on December 17, 2004

Went back and searched for more info. Found nothing on how it relates to the pick 3. Though I'm no expert its makes sense for the 6 or 5 number lotto. But if I cant hit the pick 3 how in the world am I suppose to hit the 6 number lotto?

Lottotrix sells 2if2 wheels for all the numbers in your game, this means you will have the first number and second number called on one of your lines whether Pick-5/6 or Pick-3/4.  You will also have the third, forth, fifth and sixth numbers, just not likely more then three on a line with Pick-5/6 or two on a line with Pick-3.  Here is a 2if2of3 in 17 lines for Pick-3 see how you would do with all different draws.  BobP

1  2  4
1  3  6
1  3  7
1  5  9
1  7  8
1  8  0
2  3  5
2  6  8
2  7  9
2  9  0
3  4  0
3  8  9
4  5  7
4  5  8
4  6  9
5  6  0
6  7  0
Houston
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Hey Bob,

It looks like I would have hit 4 times if they were boxed out of 57 draws day and nite. Not too good.

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Quote: Originally posted by Threepix on December 17, 2004

Hey Bob,

It looks like I would have hit 4 times if they were boxed out of 57 draws day and nite. Not too good.

As you say, but you did have two digits correct for every draw right?

Now look at the numbers, not really a good selection.  You'd do better if you build this wheel around some good numbers or kept building it until it contained some numbers that win a lot for your game.

Many people have been intrigued by this wheel wanting to turn it into a winning system.  BobP
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ok, I see now the one in your wheel could actually be a six and the two in your wheel can actually be a 5 is that correct?

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Well not exactly.  You can use the wheel's numbers as pointer numbers and exchange them for an order you prefer.  If you have CoverMaster just set it for . . .
Pool-10
Pick-3
Match-2
Hits-2

Enter a couple of numbers you like that hit often in your game and a high number or two like 689 because wheels tend to cluster lower numbers, lock what you have and build a wheel around it using [Timed Random Search] with [Optimize] checked.  You should get a more useful wheel.

BobP

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Thank you very kindly Bob, will try covermaster and see what develops.

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to bobp. Using your setup in covermaster is it possible to get the pic 3 numbers not in low to high but mixed to be able to play them as a straight hit beside boxed. thanks

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Quote: Originally posted by retxx on December 18, 2004

to bobp. Using your setup in covermaster is it possible to get the pic 3 numbers not in low to high but mixed to be able to play them as a straight hit beside boxed. thanks

CoverMaster will always sort the digits within the numbers from low to high and you have to take the zero as a ten and convert it back.  The matrix/wheel guarantee 2if3in10n8c or 2if2in10n17c or larger if built around your numbers is always box.  However it doesn't affect the box matrix/wheel guarantee if you adjust the positions of the digits within the numbers for straight play.

It's pretty pointless to mix the digits randomly within the numbers for straight play because the odds are 1in6 or 1in3 no matter what the number so 123 has just as good a shot at coming in straight as 312.

Now if you've been tracking the digits by position, that would be a good reason to reposition the digits within the numbers.  BobP

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as usual bobp to the rescue. Thanks

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