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garyo1954's avatar - garyo
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Posted: February 13, 2005, 3:55 pm - IP Logged

Yeah, yeah, yeah.

I have been on the edge lately. Hitting, missing, an almost but not quite. Then last night was the kicker! Texas: 9-6-4! The number that should not have been. I had the 9-4. I had the 6-9. I had the 6-4. Just not together. Arghhhh!

Another thing I am wondering. How many of you get a set of numbers and after one of them hits, pick another set? Does this happen alot, or am I the only dufus? 

 

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    Getting 2 numbers seems to happen every day.  I know EXACTLY how you feel.  Texas was especially bad yesterday.  Not only 2 numbers, but 2 in their exact positions for both the day and night draws.  NY today I was playing all odd with a 7.  I got my all odd, but without the 7.  Another case of IF any one of those 3 odd numbers had been a 7, I would have been a winner.  Very frustrating to be so close, yet so far.

    And, yes, if I happen to get a hit in my set of numbers, I definitely change the numbers I'm playing.

    Only those who attempt the absurd can achieve the impossible.

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      Yes, what happened to you happens a lot as a regular dvent.  I did some study and found that odd or even pairs is the key to getting two out three a lot.  There are 20 odd and even pairs that will be in nearly every draw except for odd/even doubles.  For example, if you look at a list of past draws just see these pairs: 02, 04, 06, 08, 24, 26, 28, 46, 48, 68 and 13, 15, 17, 19, 35, 37, 39, 57, 59, 79.  These 20 can help you narrow down a pick rather than attempting to look at all possible pairs that have odds and evens mixed like 16 or 29. Forget those.  Study the odd pairs and the even pairs.

      I locked onto the 19 pair once and the 68 pair another time. They had not been in in a very long ridiculous time.  They came within the week and I did manage to get a profit out of it.  It's still tricky. Hope this helps.

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        Posted: February 13, 2005, 5:37 pm - IP Logged
        Quote: Originally posted by Texasman on February 13, 2005



        Yes, what happened to you happens a lot as a regular dvent.  I did some study and found that odd or even pairs is the key to getting two out three a lot.  There are 20 odd and even pairs that will be in nearly every draw except for odd/even doubles.  For example, if you look at a list of past draws just see these pairs: 02, 04, 06, 08, 24, 26, 28, 46, 48, 68 and 13, 15, 17, 19, 35, 37, 39, 57, 59, 79.  These 20 can help you narrow down a pick rather than attempting to look at all possible pairs that have odds and evens mixed like 16 or 29. Forget those.  Study the odd pairs and the even pairs.

        I locked onto the 19 pair once and the 68 pair another time. They had not been in in a very long ridiculous time.  They came within the week and I did manage to get a profit out of it.  It's still tricky. Hope this helps.





        Or just the "neighbors".  There are only 10 of those:

        01, 12, 23, 34, 45, 56, 67, 78, 89, and 90.

        Neighbors hit about 50% of the time or more in just about every state.  You can track them for your state and wait for a few misses before you start playing.


         

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          Posted: February 13, 2005, 5:47 pm - IP Logged

          Quote: Originally posted by Three2001 on February 13, 2005



          Getting 2 numbers seems to happen every day.  I know EXACTLY how you feel.  Texas was especially bad yesterday.  Not only 2 numbers, but 2 in their exact positions for both the day and night draws.  NY today I was playing all odd with a 7.  I got my all odd, but without the 7.  Another case of IF any one of those 3 odd numbers had been a 7, I would have been a winner.  Very frustrating to be so close, yet so far.

          And, yes, if I happen to get a hit in my set of numbers, I definitely change the numbers I'm playing.






          This is close to what I call my "If...If...Win!" method.  I'm going back to this method starting tomorrow.  I have been switching around trying different things, but I think the "If...If...Win!" is my best right now.

          The "If...If...Win!" is based on two things being true and then a guaranteed win.  In your case you were playing If Odd...If #7...Win!  I already have most of the situations covered in a spreadsheet, so I look at what is happening in the state I'm picking numbers for and select the 2 "Ifs".  It might be #3 Odd:






          023


          303


          393


          030


          313


          434


          034


          319


          483


          083


          324


          535


          131


          333


          593


          137


          346


          636


          153


          353


          683


          232


          357


          737


          238


          373


          838


          263


          379


          939






          Or maybe #7 with a double:






          070


          707


          171


          717


          272


          727


          373


          737


          474


          747


          575


          757


          676


          767


          777


          787


          878


          797


          979





          Of course, the trick is guesstimating what the 2 conditions are!!  But, normally, the number of combos is not over 30.

          One more example.  How about #8 with one of its neighbors:






          780


          890


          781


          891


          782


          892


          783


          893


          784


          894


          785


          895


          786


          896


          787


          898


          788


          899


          789





          That would be "If 8 and If 7 or 9 ... Win!"

           


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            Posted: February 13, 2005, 5:55 pm - IP Logged

            Just put 50 cents on 777 and let it ride.

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              Posted: February 13, 2005, 6:49 pm - IP Logged
              Quote: Originally posted by Texasman on February 13, 2005



              Yes, what happened to you happens a lot as a regular dvent.  I did some study and found that odd or even pairs is the key to getting two out three a lot.  There are 20 odd and even pairs that will be in nearly every draw except for odd/even doubles.  For example, if you look at a list of past draws just see these pairs: 02, 04, 06, 08, 24, 26, 28, 46, 48, 68 and 13, 15, 17, 19, 35, 37, 39, 57, 59, 79.  These 20 can help you narrow down a pick rather than attempting to look at all possible pairs that have odds and evens mixed like 16 or 29. Forget those.  Study the odd pairs and the even pairs.

              I locked onto the 19 pair once and the 68 pair another time. They had not been in in a very long ridiculous time.  They came within the week and I did manage to get a profit out of it.  It's still tricky. Hope this helps.




              This is what I play mostly, but I track what odd or even numbers are really overdue with the opposite pair.  I don't often play one odd or even pair as that is too much like chasing a pair which, to me, is harder to do.  An even number with an odd pair, and vice versa, is a set of 10 numbers.  I also track and play other groups of 10 numbers, like 3 consecutive, all odd, all even, all low, all high, none of those including doubles, but I wait until they're approximately 3x "average" before I start playing them.  One in a group of ten combinations can be expected to hit once in about 17 draws, on "average".  Once the skip count gets near 50, I start looking at playing the group.  You can cut down each group of ten by paying attention to and/or avoiding such things as 2 repeating numbers, triple root sum repeats, etc. or then narrowing your choices down to overdue pairs.  Then you have to develop a betting strategy to keep pace until the group comes in.

              Only those who attempt the absurd can achieve the impossible.

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                Posted: February 13, 2005, 6:53 pm - IP Logged
                Quote: Originally posted by Texasman on February 13, 2005


                Just put 50 cents on 777 and let it ride.


                Hey, I'm playing that in Michigan which is the only state that I track where Triples look possible soon, day and night.

                Only those who attempt the absurd can achieve the impossible.

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                  Posted: February 13, 2005, 7:17 pm - IP Logged

                  I was playing #3 Odd for PA this evening.  The draw was 308 ... a box win!