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# Older Pick3 TTT System

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East of Atlanta
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This system does work (truthfully, I don't pay as much attention to it as I should). It helped get me a nice box win last nite.

It is a basic TicTacToe that has been around a while. For those that do pencil and paper, it's really easy to work.

What I would call the Plus TTT works as follows

Winning number (Thursday nite) is: 018

Winning number (Friday nite) is: 142

Plus system looks like this:

 0 + + + 1 + + + 8

The result is this

 0 2 3 1 1 4 0 9 8

The idea is to start in the lower right corner and make the circle clockwise, skipping over the base number that is sitting there and add 1 to the previous number

Minus system looks like this:

 0 - - - 1 - - - 8

The result is this

 0 4 3 5 1 2 6 7 8

The idea is to start in the lower right corner and make the circle clockwise, skipping over the base number that is sitting there and subtract 1 from the previous number.

One thing I have observed is, though it does not hit every game, when you see a pattern such as above occur in BOTH the Plus and Minus system you better play it, or you will regret not doing so.

I current do this for both Midday and Evening and sometimes, the games do crossover, but not that often. So good luck to anyone who uses this system.

Sir Metro

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 Posted: July 16, 2005, 12:49 pm - IP Logged

Thanx Sirmetro, I think I'll try it.

I've noticed that from time to time the winning number has showed up in prvevious drawing, in a diagonal or vertical manner. If you look at a list of any state"s winning numbers,you'll see excactly what i'm talking about. For example:

142

495

266

718

635

Do you see the 142 on the left column?

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love to nibble those micey feet.

East of Atlanta
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 Posted: July 16, 2005, 1:31 pm - IP Logged

Yep Pacattack, if you watch Cash4, the last 2 games of Evening & midday will produce the next winning number as well. And if a single number is missing from those 4 numbers, chances are very good that is the one of the 4 that is going to hit next.

Sir Metro

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Well i tried it for florida's winning number which was 150. You did say that if the same

numbers agree in both the plus and minus, that I should definetly play.

They did show up in the minus and plus, but in a different location. The number 356

and the number 653 but in the center line. Should I play them anyway even though

they are located somewhere else?

145

356

210                      The plus

_____________________________________________________________

154

653

780                      The minus

Should I play the 356 and 653, or the 456 and the 553? Or none.

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Correction the minus should read:  165

754

890

And the plus:  145

356

210

So they do match. I'm playing 654 and 456 straight and boxed.

In checking the past eight days only last night's match. So this is very interesting.

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 Posted: July 16, 2005, 2:40 pm - IP Logged

Are you sure that isn't just a mathematical parlor trick?  I tried it with 887, 802, 147, 008 and 123 and each time it came out exactly as you said.  I'm going to write a program tonight to run through all 1000 possible 3 digit numbers to verify, but it looks to me like it ALWAYS comes out with matching numbers for the add and subtract boards in those three positions.

(Hey Pac... you said you ran it for 8 days with no match... can you please post a couple of those numbers so I can verify?  Thanks...)

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 Posted: July 16, 2005, 2:47 pm - IP Logged

Sure Pinback: Starting with last night July 15th and working my way back.

150

224

133

574

454

518

310

254

I'm sorry my mistake I just looked and there were some matches. I think I was looking

at the center line.

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As a matter of fact you're right Pinback, they all match.

And I had my hopes up. Oh well!

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 Posted: July 16, 2005, 2:59 pm - IP Logged

Thanks SirMetro! It worked in Tx Midday today:

Last night number was 526 doing the minus came up as

521

320

456 straight for Tx. Midday!!!!  I will be trying it tonight thanks a bunch!

Good luck...5pennies
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 Posted: July 16, 2005, 3:00 pm - IP Logged

As a matter of fact you're right Pinback, they all match.

And I had my hopes up. Oh well!

I'm disappointed also.  I'm always looking for the Holy Grail of lottery number picking myself!  But this is obviously just a mathematical parlor trick for tic-tac-toe boards, and not a valid way to pick lottery numbers.

Bummer...

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Not to mention that looking back at those eight days the number matches

didn't even come close, except for a number here and there.

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I know for a fact that there is a code to all this cracking business, but it's as complex

as trying to unlock the chaos code itself.

I always wondered how that remote viewer guy Aaron Donahue did it,

with the formula....x/pi+666. Supposedly the X is the variable that has to be

remote viewed to replace x with a number. But even with getting a number to

replace x, how would you apply that formula? I know what pi is, but what is

the forward slash? My math stinks. Is it 3.14 (pi) +666, or /pi+666?

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 Posted: July 16, 2005, 3:50 pm - IP Logged

This system does work (truthfully, I don't pay as much attention to it as I should). It helped get me a nice box win last nite.

It is a basic TicTacToe that has been around a while. For those that do pencil and paper, it's really easy to work.

What I would call the Plus TTT works as follows

Winning number (Thursday nite) is: 018

Winning number (Friday nite) is: 142

Plus system looks like this:

 0 + + + 1 + + + 8

The result is this

 0 2 3 1 1 4 0 9 8

The idea is to start in the lower right corner and make the circle clockwise, skipping over the base number that is sitting there and add 1 to the previous number

Minus system looks like this:

 0 - - - 1 - - - 8

The result is this

 0 4 3 5 1 2 6 7 8

The idea is to start in the lower right corner and make the circle clockwise, skipping over the base number that is sitting there and subtract 1 from the previous number.

One thing I have observed is, though it does not hit every game, when you see a pattern such as above occur in BOTH the Plus and Minus system you better play it, or you will regret not doing so.

I current do this for both Midday and Evening and sometimes, the games do crossover, but not that often. So good luck to anyone who uses this system.

Sir Metro

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 Posted: July 16, 2005, 4:09 pm - IP Logged

Thanx Blackapple, I'll try it.

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