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# Union Jack Pick 3 Method

Topic closed. 63 replies. Last post 11 years ago by UNITEDWESTAND.

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Switching between Fairfax, VA and Belgium
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 Posted: July 30, 2005, 5:36 pm - IP Logged

Euh, perhaps it's the color of my hair, or it's my broken English, but what is meant by "regular 5", "regular ...", "irregular..."?

(have not played pick 3 ever)

By the way, i created a excel-worksheet, as like the example provided by atomic dog. Ofcourse i have no clue on how to code those other "regulars" and "irregulars"... if there is still an excel-worksheet floating around in cyberspace, i would be happy to provide it a home on my pc...

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 Posted: July 30, 2005, 6:16 pm - IP Logged

Regular and Irregular refer to the method used to calculate the tickets for the Union Jack method

Using the last two draws and the base sum in a column, the center number for the first ticket and subsequent tickets is derived from a pattern of down and then across  for regular (across and then down for irregular) refer to message one in this thread for a more detailed explanation

C.K.

empassioned1

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Switching between Fairfax, VA and Belgium
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 Posted: July 30, 2005, 6:26 pm - IP Logged

Regular and Irregular refer to the method used to calculate the tickets for the Union Jack method

Using the last two draws and the base sum in a column, the center number for the first ticket and subsequent tickets is derived from a pattern of down and then across  for regular (across and then down for irregular) refer to message one in this thread for a more detailed explanation

C.K.

empassioned1

Thanx, empassioned1,

i've tested it quite a few times now, and it does not work well for Belgian pick 3, as is now.

I've been playing around with 1.618 in the calculations and to my surprise it comes closer to being a system to really test for several weeks.  (moving the numbers per combination, in all ten combinations that the system provides, get the odds up for getting an exact match.)

Anyway, thanx alot,

G's

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