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Successful Pair Selection - Pick 4

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Posted: January 12, 2006, 10:34 am - IP Logged

I was just thinking of an old idea that a colleague of mine had and the idea was to play the pick-3 as follows:

01x (whereby the "x" would be all ten digits and play the number boxed)

12x

23x

34x

45x

56x

67x

78x

89x

90x

Now, this method is fairly good, although it can go through some very long losing streaks, which would kind of defeat the profit margins. But basically, all you would need is a winning number that had consecutive digits in it in order to win in boxed form. You would essentially be betting 100 numbers boxed.

That being said, would this method also work with Pick-4? I have glanced over a few numbers recently and have found that these hit regularly, and I would guess this is attributed to the fact that you have 4 numbers instead of 3. Granted, you would be playing 1,000 combos, but wouldn't that be offset by some of the nice payouts that can be had? In essence, you would be playing the following:

01xy (whereby "x" would be all ten digits and "y" would also be all ten digits)

12xy

23xy

34xy

45xy

56xy

67xy

78xy

89xy

90xy

Anyone interested in backtesting this based on payouts of 24-ways, 12-ways, 6-ways & 4-ways? I think it would be an interesting experiment.

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    Posted: January 12, 2006, 10:52 am - IP Logged

    Actually, I will need to work on this, as the payout wouldn't be as good on a 24-way box, which a lot of them tend to be. But this seems interesting

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      here is a small sample of how to do your idea using skip digits. No doubles in this list but you can substitute different digits any way you like. the main idea is to come up with enough combinated digits to capture boxed wins or the exact stright.

      12xy 1234 1245 1256 1267 1278 1289 1290

      23xy 2345 2356 2367 2378 2389 2390 2301

      34xy 3456 3467 3478 3489 3490 3401

      45xy 4567 4578 4589 4590 4501

      56xy 5678 5689 5690 5601

      67xy 6789 6790 6701

      78xy 7890 7801

      89xy 8901

      90xy

       

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        Posted: January 12, 2006, 11:28 am - IP Logged

        here is a small sample of how to do your idea using skip digits. No doubles in this list but you can substitute different digits any way you like. the main idea is to come up with enough combinated digits to capture boxed wins or the exact stright.

        12xy 1234 1245 1256 1267 1278 1289 1290

        23xy 2345 2356 2367 2378 2389 2390 2301

        34xy 3456 3467 3478 3489 3490 3401

        45xy 4567 4578 4589 4590 4501

        56xy 5678 5689 5690 5601

        67xy 6789 6790 6701

        78xy 7890 7801

        89xy 8901

        90xy

         

        So you would recommend leaving out doubles & trips?

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          Posted: January 12, 2006, 11:44 am - IP Logged

          no as i said these are a small sample of skip digits you can make xy any digits you like.  

           

          Doubles do count for about 1/3 of the pick 4 spread of numbers. Triples are good bets if the timing is right, but to just play triples hoping for a win isn't a good idea.

          I made 35 numbers using your idea check them against today's all states hits after lunch time and see if any of them come out. Or back test them.

           

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            This method you are speaking of cps10, is what I use as part of my formula...and YES it does work in pick 4 as well.

             

            But, what you need, is a "formula" that will give you 4 "pairs" that will definately come up in the next few drawings, and then you just play all the ten "x" numbers to follow it.

             

            Example,  09* pair would be 091, 090, 092, 093, 094, 095, 096, 097, 098, 099....10 numbers to play...same goes for pick 4....

            091* would be 0911, 0912, 0910, 0913, 0914, 0915, 0916, 0917, 0918, 0919.....

             

            So, with 4 "pairs" and ten numbers per pair, that's only 40 numbers to play.  :)

             

            Using my formula, the MAX missed I've seen, from looking through 4-5 years of pick 3 and pick 4 drawings was 17 misses, including midday and evening....so, about  8 days, but, if you manage your money right (either offline or online...offline is better, bigger payouts, easier to play all the sets, etc.), you can come out with atleast $2500+ profit from pick 3, and double that from pick 4.  :)  Right now I'm working really hard on making my formula better, so the "misses" are dropped down to about 4-5 drawings. 

            You'd be suprised at how much the "signal" you can get, "given off" from the drawings in other states, can aid in precise prediction of the numbers in "partner" states.

             Just watch a few of my posts, and play along with me.  I guarantee you'll make some $$! :)

             

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              Posted: January 12, 2006, 1:25 pm - IP Logged

              Cashman87 - thanks for the note. Will you be posting your plays on this thread?

              four4me - thanks as well. I will backtest those particular numbers as well. Should be an interesting experiment (among the other 100 of them I am testing!!) I sure do love doing this...I just need to start playing more often for the payouts!

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                Sure, I'll post my pick 4's here.

                 And ofcourse, it is bad to see a number you would've played, come up! lol.  "Would'ves"  don't pay you anything.  lol.

                 

                Here's some numbers to watch, or play....

                 

                Play these 40 sets, box, in ny's pick 4 (They're mainly for ny, but, I'd give them a shot in Ill too) 

                734*

                512*

                389*

                067*

                 

                (Note:  * means, play all the 10 numbers possible...example, 345* means play 3450, 3451, 3452, 3453, 3454, 3455, 3456, 3457, 3458, 3459)

                 

                Make some $$ on these!  (Also, they can take a day, or, a few days to come up, but they will!...most it's taken was 16 drawings...)

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                  Cashman87 - thank you! So you are looking at needing to double up on your bet once you get past a 9th drawing with these numbers?

                  Do you narrow these down based on computerized information? And do you do this for other states as well?

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                    Cashman87 - thank you! So you are looking at needing to double up on your bet once you get past a 9th drawing with these numbers?

                    Do you narrow these down based on computerized information? And do you do this for other states as well?

                    Well, it depends on how many "misses" the last "hit" had, which works it's way into my formula so.

                     But, generally, you'd wait untill a few misses, like, 2-3, and then go up 1-2 "units". 

                     

                    What I mean by "unit" is, say, you are playing these numbers for $.50 a piece....then, your "unit" would be $20.  (40x$.5)

                     

                    So, after every 2-3 misses, go up about 1-2 units, in a $20 a unit case, you'd go up about $20-$40.

                     

                    Basically, the formula is a faily simple, yet, complex paper and pencil number twist, that I've worked on perfecting for years.  :)  It involves the science of "Vibration Resonance", "Number signals", and "Musical Notes".  :)

                     

                    And yes, alot of numbers that are drawn in other states, can be VERY good "signals" to help predict the numbers in another/partner state.  :)

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                      Posted: January 12, 2006, 2:29 pm - IP Logged

                      I will take a look and see how that goes. Do you think that these numbers could be played in every state and just wait for a win to come forth?

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                        Well, that I'm still looking into.

                         

                        :)

                         

                        For the most part, I'd keep the numbers to their state.  But, it would hurt for your number to come up in the VERY next 2 drawings in another state.

                         

                        :)

                         

                        A hint though, ny, ill, sc, and pa tend to "partner" with each other.

                         

                        :)

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                          Cool...thanks...just what I need to hear since I am on the NC/SC border :)

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                            Play these 40 sets, box, in ny's pick 4 (They're mainly for ny, but, I'd give them a shot in Ill too) 

                            734*

                            512*

                            389*

                            067*

                             

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                              :)

                               

                              Haha!  $$$!  See what I mean?  "Partner" states.  :)