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Ok here is what I promised. :)

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Posted: February 1, 2006, 12:39 pm - IP Logged

emily - I actually screwed that one up in GA...I didn;t allow enough time for it to hit, so I am going to retest it.

thanks - you combine???

love to nibble those micey feet.

 

                             

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    I did both...I split them out and then I combined them. The Evening wasn't working for me, and then the Combined didn't, so I just kind of gave up, but I realized a mistake I made that might fix GEORGIAs problem.

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      I did both...I split them out and then I combined them. The Evening wasn't working for me, and then the Combined didn't, so I just kind of gave up, but I realized a mistake I made that might fix GEORGIAs problem.

      thanks - let us know. Cheers

      love to nibble those micey feet.

       

                                   

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        Well, based on what I have been working on, the 12 doesn't work in Georgia...NJ doesn't work on separate drawings, but so far has tested positive on a combined effort. More to come.

        thanks for letting us know.

        thanks, would like to see what you see also.

           

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          Results for NEW JERSEY:

          I used Combined, as the individuals were not working (although they might with my new discovery):

          $3,090.75 profit from 1/1/05 to 12/10/05

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            That looks promising. I guess we'll have to find out what your new discovery is.
            I usually look at Midday and Evening separately, but maybe I should consider them together to see what happens.

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              Raven - once I find that it works okay, then I will let the proverbial "cat out of the bag". I don't want to waste anyone's time looking at it if it doesn't work fullscale, you know?

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                Posted: February 1, 2006, 2:17 pm - IP Logged

                Makes sense! Thanks!

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                  Posted: February 1, 2006, 2:18 pm - IP Logged

                  cps

                  >$3,090.75 profit from 1/1/05 to 12/10/05

                  What did you use to calculate a profit? $1 ticket? Straight? Box? Both?
                  Payout: $500? $900?

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                    TC - I used a boxed ticket with a 0.25 bet on a 37.50 payout. It uses a progression, so if you were betting flat, you would not be able to achieve those kinds of results. And it depends on the numbers that needed to be wheeled.

                    Anybody have a boxed wheel for Pick 4, with 4-, 5-, 6-, 7-, 8- numbers?

                     

                    Thx

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                      Posted: February 1, 2006, 2:51 pm - IP Logged

                      Have you tried Ininuga?

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                        Raven - no I havent. Please fill me in.

                        Going back to the progression...there is no real way to beat these numbers without a progression. Flat betting will burn you down after a bunch of losses in a row. At least this way you can get a profit each time you hit.

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                          Raven - no I havent. Please fill me in.

                          Going back to the progression...there is no real way to beat these numbers without a progression. Flat betting will burn you down after a bunch of losses in a row. At least this way you can get a profit each time you hit.

                          Ininuga is a PC program, intended for creation or improvement
                          (minimization) of abbreviated lotto wheels. It allows any choice of
                          parameters (v, k, t, m) in range 1..32. (See: What are Wheels for
                          explanation) A typical time to do this job varies from fraction of a
                          second to several hours, depending on parameters (and consequently the
                          wheel size). A non optimized (far too big) wheel is made fast, then
                          reduction goes ever slower. When started from scratch, the final size
                          is not always impressive compared to some wheels I saw published on the
                          Web (e.g. Peter's Wheels Page), particularly in well researched Pick-6
                          (k=6) area. But Ininuga may turn out to be strong in finding further
                          reductions of wheels, made by other methods. (Not so in m=t area, at
                          least I found no improvement to wheels from La Jolla - but I only tried
                          a few)

                          http://go.to/ininuga

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                            Thanks a lot! As you can see, I am trying to figure out the total number of combinations (single/double/triple/quad) for the amount of numbers I would like to wheel. I guess if I wanted to wheel 4 numbers, that would be:

                            4x4x4x4 = 256 combinations (although I don't know the breakdown and would also need them boxed, so that would probably lower it to 10-20 total boxed combos.

                             

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                              Thanks a lot! As you can see, I am trying to figure out the total number of combinations (single/double/triple/quad) for the amount of numbers I would like to wheel. I guess if I wanted to wheel 4 numbers, that would be:

                              4x4x4x4 = 256 combinations (although I don't know the breakdown and would also need them boxed, so that would probably lower it to 10-20 total boxed combos.

                               

                              If I understand you correctly: When you wheel 4 numbers for the Pick3 you get 8 combinations.