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Posted: June 16, 2005, 12:07 pm - IP Logged

Hey guys...

As you can tell, I'm a newbie and I need some help finding a website where I can do my pick 3 workouts for Free.  The website I was using decided to make it a pay service (yak).  I've searched the net with no luck.  Thanks for taking the time.

BTW>>> What a great forum!  I wish I would have found this place sooner.

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    You get what you pay for. The site you mentioned offers a lot of value for the money.  It is worth every penny.  Being cheap will guarantee failure.

    Orangeman                Crying

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      Posted: June 16, 2005, 12:33 pm - IP Logged

      plenty of work-outs - do a search here

      love to nibble those micey feet.

       

                                   

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        Posted: June 16, 2005, 12:34 pm - IP Logged

        Thanks for the advice.  I don't know if it's a matter of being cheap or smart.  Afterall, it was a free service.  I guess I figured, why not check to see if there is another website that offers the same service for free before I decide to pay.  It's no different than someone coming to this board to seek a pick 3 system, and or advice, that someone else paid for.  Is that person considered cheap?  If so, then I guess the majority (MYSELF INCLUDED) on this board are cheap.

        Either way, I truly thank you for taking the time to respond.  Good luck with your next pick 3 play.  I hope you hit BIG.

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          Posted: June 16, 2005, 12:44 pm - IP Logged

          I invest in this hobby.  I consider it like buying a new set of golf clubs or a new engine for your sports car.  I own over 20 different software programs and 90% were bought from their developers.  Free stuff is fine, but the real firepower comes from purchased systems and software.  Consider it an investment in winning.

          Orangeman                            Hurray!

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            Posted: June 16, 2005, 1:23 pm - IP Logged

            here is 1 you can do with pencil and paper

            first, make yourself a tic tac toe grid

            then, list the numbers, left top to bottom right, diagonally.

            9 |    |
            -----------
              | 0 |
            -----------
              |    | 5
            Then fill in the list, starting at the bottom right, going left, ADD 1 (5+1=6+1=7,etc...)

            Example below reflects Evening

            9 | 0 | 1
            -----------
            8 | 0 | 2
            -----------
            7 | 6 | 5

            Example below reflects Midday

            9 | 0 | 1
            -----------
            4 | 0 | 2
            -----------
            3 | 2 | 1

            Do another list, but instead of adding 1, subtract 1

            Example below reflects Evening

            9 | 8 | 7
            -----------
            2 | 0 | 6
            -----------
            3 | 4 | 5

            Example below reflects Midday

            9 | 8 | 7
            -----------
            8 | 0 | 6
            -----------
            9 | 0 | 1

            Now, obviously, this did not hit today, but it does work and I have seen a huge number of hits come from this type of workout. It is also super simple to use and do on paper. Perhaps if you will track it, you may see patterns develop that will help select winning numbers easier.

             

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              Posted: June 16, 2005, 1:51 pm - IP Logged

              Orangeman,

              Wow... I've never thought of the lottery as a hobby.  You must really be an expert! Someone who has forgotten way more than I'll ever know about increasing the odds of success.  I'm sure glad you decided to resposnd to my post.  Considering that this is a hobby for you, I'm sure you've had a boatload of hits. I wish I could make the same claim.

              While I'm not seeking to make this a hobby (down the road perhaps), I am hoping to increase not only my odds, but my knowledge as well.  With this in mind, could you recommend one or 2 of those systems so I can give them a whirl (I will purchase them, BTW).  I'm sure you have some sort of top 3 that you find most helpful. 

              If you decide to help... Thank You.  If not... Best of Luck. Regardless of your decision... you are my Obi Wan of lottery players.

               

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                Posted: June 16, 2005, 2:09 pm - IP Logged

                Emilyg & SirMetro,

                What I'm looking for is a simple pick 3 box workout program where you simply plug in, for example, 5 fixed numbers and it will spit out 10 box wheeled combinations of those 5 numbers.  Like I said earlier, I'm new to this site so the terminology in my original question may have been incorrect / unclear to experts on this board...

                Here's an example...

                Using these numbers: 2 4 5 6 7.

                wheel them 245-246-247-256-257-267-456-457-467-567.

                Pretty basic wheel. Just time consuming when using pencil and paper. Esp. time consuming when you use 6 or 7 numbers. As stated in my 1st post, there was a website that once offered this service for free on their site. I guess I'm looking for another site that does the same.

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                  Posted: June 16, 2005, 3:40 pm - IP Logged

                  If you have Excel (or Lotus), why not just make your own? But then again, perhaps do a search here for I think a program called LotWin Lite, it's a small freebie. Personally, I haven't found a program out there that I am smart enough to use, so I stick with what I can write myself.

                  Sir Metro

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                    Posted: June 16, 2005, 4:45 pm - IP Logged

                    bubbathebunny1,

                    If you already has your basic wheel in a text file such as:

                    numbers: 2 4 5 6 7.

                    wheeled: 245-246-247-256-257-267-456-457-467-567.

                    You can use the "find/replace" options in a text file editor such as Notepad to exchange the numbers in your file since you're not concerned about a straight hit.

                    RJOh 

                     * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
                       
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                      Posted: June 16, 2005, 5:20 pm - IP Logged

                      Emilyg & SirMetro,

                      What I'm looking for is a simple pick 3 box workout program where you simply plug in, for example, 5 fixed numbers and it will spit out 10 box wheeled combinations of those 5 numbers.  Like I said earlier, I'm new to this site so the terminology in my original question may have been incorrect / unclear to experts on this board...

                      Here's an example...

                      Using these numbers: 2 4 5 6 7.

                      wheel them 245-246-247-256-257-267-456-457-467-567.

                      Pretty basic wheel. Just time consuming when using pencil and paper. Esp. time consuming when you use 6 or 7 numbers. As stated in my 1st post, there was a website that once offered this service for free on their site. I guess I'm looking for another site that does the same.

                      bubba,

                      These sites, where you simply plug in digits, might be what you're looking for.  The first link provides a free 7 digit online wheel.  The other link will lead you to 4, 5 and 6 digit online wheels.

                       

                      http://webpages.charter.net/mrlottery/Pick-Picker-7-Digit.htm

                       

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

                      Good luck!

                       >Peach

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                        Posted: June 17, 2005, 9:33 pm - IP Logged

                        here is 1 you can do with pencil and paper

                        first, make yourself a tic tac toe grid

                        then, list the numbers, left top to bottom right, diagonally.

                        9 |    |
                        -----------
                          | 0 |
                        -----------
                          |    | 5
                        Then fill in the list, starting at the bottom right, going left, ADD 1 (5+1=6+1=7,etc...)

                        Example below reflects Evening

                        9 | 0 | 1
                        -----------
                        8 | 0 | 2
                        -----------
                        7 | 6 | 5

                        Example below reflects Midday

                        9 | 0 | 1
                        -----------
                        4 | 0 | 2
                        -----------
                        3 | 2 | 1

                        Do another list, but instead of adding 1, subtract 1

                        Example below reflects Evening

                        9 | 8 | 7
                        -----------
                        2 | 0 | 6
                        -----------
                        3 | 4 | 5

                        Example below reflects Midday

                        9 | 8 | 7
                        -----------
                        8 | 0 | 6
                        -----------
                        9 | 0 | 1

                        Now, obviously, this did not hit today, but it does work and I have seen a huge number of hits come from this type of workout. It is also super simple to use and do on paper. Perhaps if you will track it, you may see patterns develop that will help select winning numbers easier.

                         

                        worked tonight in ga.  nice and simple -

                        love to nibble those micey feet.

                         

                                                     

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                          Posted: June 17, 2005, 11:29 pm - IP Logged

                          Maybe try VersaBet for the pick 3 and pick 4, then maybe Lottery Director, also try Lottery Sorcerer, Lotto logic (Or whatever the name), if you are into filters then try the Crunch 2, you could do a lot worse than those.

                          And by the way OrangeMan is a Pick 3 Pro (one of them few).

                          Good luck.

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