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Posted: March 27, 2005, 10:43 pm - IP Logged
Quote: Originally posted by Dr Pepper on March 27, 2005



 Found a FREE site for Pick 3 wheels until we can get another. They don't have a seven digit wheel which I need but at least they have up to six.

  http://webpages.charter.net/mrlottery/eladwheelmenu.htm





Here is a FULL 7-digit wheel:






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     Thanks CD.  Will you always be available for the other 90% of the 7 digit wheels? Print out the 9 missing seven digit wheels and we are tight on the 7 digit for now. 

      How did you like the pair function? Pair crunch functions may be of interest to members in the future. Stand by CD. I have 2 five digit, a six digit and one eight digit wheel to check out. Not really. Not yet, anyway.   

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      Quote: Originally posted by Dr Pepper on March 28, 2005



       Thanks CD.  Will you always be available for the other 90% of the 7 digit wheels? Print out the 9 missing seven digit wheels and we are tight on the 7 digit for now. 

        How did you like the pair function? Pair crunch functions may be of interest to members in the future. Stand by CD. I have 2 five digit, a six digit and one eight digit wheel to check out. Not really. Not yet, anyway.   





      I'm not sure what you mean by the missing 7-digit wheels.  There is only one 7-digit wheel that covers all possibilities and I listed it for you.  Perhaps you are talking about "optimized" wheels.  Here is an optimized 7-digit wheel, but remember, it won't guarantee a win like the FULL wheel I gave you.

      3 4 6
      1 3 4
      4 5 7
      2 5 6
      1 5 6
      1 2 4
      3 5 7
      2 3 4
      1 2 3
      1 6 7
      2 6 7
      1 2 7

      Only 12 tickets, if you can't afford the 35 for the FULL wheel.


       

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         1234567                 Dude, you only did the first of 10 wheels that contain 7 digits. 

          2345678

              3456789

                  4567890

                      5678901

                          6789012

                               7890123 

                                  8901234

                                      9012345

                                        0123456 

          PROMETHEUS       

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          Posted: March 28, 2005, 11:12 am - IP Logged
          Quote: Originally posted by Prometheus1 on March 28, 2005



           1234567                 Dude, you only did the first of 10 wheels that contain 7 digits. 

            2345678

                3456789

                    4567890

                        5678901

                            6789012

                                 7890123 

                                    8901234

                                        9012345

                                          0123456 





          With a 7-digit wheel, you can NOT have 8, 9, or 0.  There is only 1 7-digit wheel.  You take the 7 digits YOU want to play and put them in the wheel I gave and you will cover ALL possibilities.


           

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            Posted: March 28, 2005, 11:34 am - IP Logged

            I don't have the 7-digit wheel in my spreadsheet, but here is how the 6-digit wheel:




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            You put the 6 digits YOU want to play into the chart in place of the 1 through 6.  In other words, let's say you want to play 7,5,8,6,9 and 3 as YOUR numbers.  The chart would then be:




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            By the way, that is what I'm playing for Illinois Midday today.

            I hope that clears up what a wheel is and how to use it.