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Pick-3 Prime-Line Strategy

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Posted: November 6, 2005, 7:28 pm - IP Logged

Actually it looks more like this:

           

That's why i wrote "Something like this (instead of a chart ofcourse)?" Wink


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    Posted: November 6, 2005, 7:41 pm - IP Logged

    Actually it looks more like this:

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      Posted: November 6, 2005, 8:04 pm - IP Logged

      Actually it looks more like this:

      Does it also say what numbers not to play on rainy days?Jester


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        Posted: November 6, 2005, 8:14 pm - IP Logged

        It does better than that even.......

        You can cook with it....go shopping......go bowling.....and it also cures most cancers....LOL

        P.S. I almost forgot, it is the Ark Of the Covenant in disguise. The only problem was that when I opened the package, I wasn't on the dean's list.

        Actually it was more like this:

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          Posted: November 8, 2005, 8:21 pm - IP Logged

          I have bought some Steve Player systems quite a few years ago...late 80's and early 90's. I got some good ideas from some of them, but others didn't turn out successful. I've been getting interested in the Prime Line 3 system since many have said that it is one of the best. However, in many ways it seems to be a lot like the 3 digit Cash Graph system which I bought many years ago.  Do any of you who have the Prime Line 3 also have the Cash Graph system so that you could tell me that there is signigicant difference in them?  From reading the article about The Prime Line 3 system in the catalog, it actually refers to the Prime Line 4 system where the numbers were played boxed.  I was getting the idea from the posts that Prime Line 3 is a straight number system.  Can anyone shed some light on that? 


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            I have bought some Steve Player systems quite a few years ago...late 80's and early 90's. I got some good ideas from some of them, but others didn't turn out successful. I've been getting interested in the Prime Line 3 system since many have said that it is one of the best. However, in many ways it seems to be a lot like the 3 digit Cash Graph system which I bought many years ago.  Do any of you who have the Prime Line 3 also have the Cash Graph system so that you could tell me that there is signigicant difference in them?  From reading the article about The Prime Line 3 system in the catalog, it actually refers to the Prime Line 4 system where the numbers were played boxed.  I was getting the idea from the posts that Prime Line 3 is a straight number system.  Can anyone shed some light on that? 

            The Cash Graphs are centered on box hits only, which should not be frowned upon at all. The best part of the Cash Graphs involves less aspirin use. LOL

            The prime-line graphs, concentrate on straight hits only.

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              Posted: November 9, 2005, 2:05 am - IP Logged

              Hello All,

              I have read a lot of post's about this Steve guy but, if you put one and one togeather from all the posts he is doing a basic wheeling system. You can do the same thing his system does by youself. It's very easy to make a chart and then wheel the last # with all digits (0-9). I have not seen his system but, have the catalog. Waiting for the big pay off on the play 4 so I can afford it.

              This is some advice for the people that have not got the Prime-Line System yet like me. Big Smile

               

              Powerplayer

              Good luck to everyone!!!

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                Posted: November 10, 2005, 6:39 pm - IP Logged

                What is the suggested amount of plays required for the Prime Line system itself.  I'm seeing two suggested methods that seem to be personal methods that system owners have come up with that appear to cost anywhere from $5-$10 dollars to cover 10 straight numbers to 27 plays that would cost from $13.50 to $27 a draw.  My personal preference is to come up with either one good number that I think will hit soon which I combinate for $3 or 3 numbers which I box for .50 to a $1. I have used some of the older Steve Player systems that usually came up with 8 to 10 numbers per drawing.

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                  Posted: November 14, 2005, 8:44 am - IP Logged

                   TNTEA : to get 27 possible combinations out of 3 numbers per positions do this

                          pos.1        pos.2        pos.3

                          0                1                2

                          3                4                5

                          6                7                8

                  so, you get: 012,015,018 - 042,045,048 - 072,075,078 - 312,315,318 - 342,345,348 - 372,375,378

                                      612,615,618 - 642,645,648 - 672,675,678 = 27 combinations

                  good luck!
                   

                  Where's the 9?

                  You are a slave to the choices you have made.  jk

                  Even a blind squirrel will occasioanlly find an acorn.

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                    Posted: November 14, 2005, 3:54 pm - IP Logged

                    JKING, this is an example of how to wheel 3 #s in each position that you like. So in this example she didn't like 9 for position 1 or p.2 or p.3. See? Coming up with the 3 #s for each position that are most likely to hit is another matter. This is a strategy for winning a straight pick 3.

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                      Posted: November 16, 2005, 5:20 pm - IP Logged

                      OK  I have been doing something similar to this with vtracs.. gives st hits too.

                      I look to see if a vtrac is missing in a certain position for over a week to 10 days.

                       

                      Vtracs are getting better daily..

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