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# 2 out of 3 system

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Okay to do the +1+2+3 system on 006 all you do is add 1 to 0 add 2 to the next 0 and add 3 to six keep doing this til you get back to 006 all it is is adding 1 to the 1st position adding 2 to teh 2nd position and adding 3 to the third position til you get back to 006.

+1+2+3

006

129

242 Right here you just add 1 to the 1 2 to the 2 and 3 to the 9 and you get 242 and then so on you

365  continue to do it til you get to 006 after that you take the 2 out of 3 number break them into

488  pairs for example the number 039 in the system

501                    03      39          09

624              65189    12658    125683

747        so therefore with that done you get the numbers 032-034-037-390-394-397-094-097

860          because with the pair 03 2 doesn't apper with it so thats one of the number combinations.

983

006

I know the 1-2-3-"system",

as for the rest... where do all those numbers come from?
Where did the 039 come from?

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039 is one of the numbers on the 2 out of 3 system number set

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093 came from the "2 out of 3 system" which is:

039 :03 09 39

059: 05 09 59

069: 06 0969

124: 12 14 24

178: 17 18 78

278: 27 28 78

478: 47 48 78

356: 35 36 56

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093 came from the "2 out of 3 system" which is:

039 :03 09 39

059: 05 09 59

069: 06 0969

124: 12 14 24

178: 17 18 78

278: 27 28 78

478: 47 48 78

356: 35 36 56

That is correct.

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j_mac, i found that last entry (356: 35 36 56) somewhere else, it may not be a big deal..

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Ok, so you have 7 "2 out of 3"-numbers.

Each of them can create approx. 8 numbers. (as in your example)

That makes 56 numbers to possibly play.

And this works how many times .... what are the statistics for this?

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it works as long as no doubles show up.

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it works as long as no doubles show up.

You backtested this?

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I started playing it yesterday and i won twice yesterday.

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I started playing it yesterday and i won twice yesterday.

What state(s)?

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Okay to do the +1+2+3 system on 006 all you do is add 1 to 0 add 2 to the next 0 and add 3 to six keep doing this til you get back to 006 all it is is adding 1 to the 1st position adding 2 to teh 2nd position and adding 3 to the third position til you get back to 006.

+1+2+3

006

129

242 Right here you just add 1 to the 1 2 to the 2 and 3 to the 9 and you get 242 and then so on you

365  continue to do it til you get to 006 after that you take the 2 out of 3 number break them into

488  pairs for example the number 039 in the system

501                    03      39          09

624              65189    12658    125683

747        so therefore with that done you get the numbers 032-034-037-390-394-397-094-097

860          because with the pair 03 2 doesn't apper with it so thats one of the number combinations.

983

006

Still a little confused here.

In your first example, on page one, you used the actual number that was drawn to form a pair; 006

Here you don't do that.

And what about the other "2 out of 3" numbers?
Do you make numbers with them too?
How many numbers do you create on average then?

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hi jmac3,

how do u get those numbers below 03        39        09 namely 65189    12658    125683...

more explaination is appreciated.

thanks

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Hi, j_mac3  Just want to know where do you get these numbers 65189 = 12658 = 125683  and the 3 digits 032-034- 037-390-394-397-094-097. more explaination please. Thanks

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Okay to do the +1+2+3 system on 006 all you do is add 1 to 0 add 2 to the next 0 and add 3 to six keep doing this til you get back to 006 all it is is adding 1 to the 1st position adding 2 to teh 2nd position and adding 3 to the third position til you get back to 006.

+1+2+3

006

129

242 Right here you just add 1 to the 1 2 to the 2 and 3 to the 9 and you get 242 and then so on you

365  continue to do it til you get to 006 after that you take the 2 out of 3 number break them into

488  pairs for example the number 039 in the system

501                    03      39          09

624              65189    12658    125683

747        so therefore with that done you get the numbers 032-034-037-390-394-397-094-097

860          because with the pair 03 2 doesn't apper with it so thats one of the number combinations.

983

006

Still a little confused here.

In your first example, on page one, you used the actual number that was drawn to form a pair; 006

Here you don't do that.

And what about the other "2 out of 3" numbers?
Do you make numbers with them too?
How many numbers do you create on average then?

Okay you guys here it is the pairs 03-39-09 the numbers below those pairs are numbers that appear with one or both of the numbers in the pair therefore making it not come out because the +1+2+3 system only gives you 2 out of 3 of the numbers. The numbers that do not appear with the pair numbers are the numbers you play with it because thats the third mystery number.

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Here is a set of 9 numbers that will get 2 out of 3 numbers more than half of the time, excluding doubles and tripples. 016, 039, 058, 124, 178, 268, 347, 459, 679.

Here's a set of 8 lines that will ALWAYS have 2 outa 3 excluding doubles and triples:

157

236

249

280

348

390

460

689

i got these from a thread of BobP, his 2in8 system. seems a combo of his info and yours could wire the daily 3 game.

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