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Ok here is what I promised. :)

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Posted: February 4, 2006, 3:48 pm - IP Logged

truecritic - let me know if I can help out a little more :)

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    Posted: February 4, 2006, 3:58 pm - IP Logged

    cps10

    Seeing cashman's explanation, I am curious to know if that is the math you used for your profitable workouts?

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      Posted: February 4, 2006, 11:18 pm - IP Logged

      Raven - no, what I am saying is that say you wheel 7 numbers in a Pick 3 game. The number of TOTAL combinations for that is 343.

       

      Now, take away the 7 triples, and you are left with 336 combinations, of which 126 are doubles and 210 are singles. So, that brings me to:

      42 boxed doubles and

      35 boxed singles

       

      So this is what I am looking for with the Pick 4....

      When you wheel 4 numbers, 5 number, 6 numbers, 7 numbers and 8 numbers, what are the total number of BOXED combinations that each wheel comprises, including singles, doubles & triples, but excluding quads.

      Numbers Straight          Boxed
      Wheeled Combinations Combinations
            4           256                035
            5           625                070
            6         1296                125
            7         2401                210
            8         4096                330
            9         6561                495
          10        10000                715

      Above figures include: Singles, Doubles, Double-Doubles, Triples, Quads