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# Consistent straight hits in p3&4

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Imagine what kind of power we would have if we could get straight hits in pick 3 and 4?  Consistently!

We, as a whole lottery post community would probably be banned from playing the lottery.  :)

Guys, don't want to get anyone too excited yet, but, I've come across a very weird method, that has (through backtesting only), gotten me straight hits in pick 3 and pick 4.  Imagine having \$20 on a number that hits in straight in your states pick 4?

Boy is that a cool dream!  I'm going to work it out for a while, and see how well it does.......implimenting different methods I have, trying different power numbers, different "formulas" and all kinds of mixing see if it can be perfected.

Anyway, here is the "base formula", or "source"...

Take the previous drawing right....

Say, it's, 365.....

Well, do this figuring to it....

up on digit ....

254

365

and then follow it down untill the digits "wrap".....

Example...

254
365
476
587
698
709
810
921
032
143

Now these numbers are going to be a definate part of the next few drawings, in that specific state.... (I haven't tried to use it to predict other states)

But, you will need some more mixing, and some more figuring..... Also, a thing to note, is that the "middle digit" does NOT change.

Like, for example, the next drawing can be 768  Which would reflect "587" boxed, with the 5 "one digit down" to 6.  :)  But the "8" remains the same....since it's the "middle digit".

Another way to set this up is like this....

take 365, and go 023....

so that would mean.....set it up like this.....

231
342 (this is 365 after putting it through "023)
453
564
675
786
897
908
019
120

Whew!  :)

Now you have two "base sets" to work with.  Another thing to note, is that, within these 2 base sets, you will see "signs", of the exact "straight" number that will come up.  Which has happened more than enough times to realize a good profit.  Like, you'll see something like......057....and in the second set, you'll see 552.  These two numbers obviously contain mirrors of each other, and one of them, or a number in "between" them may be the straight number to come up soon.

Right now, this system is still in alpha stages, but, back test it in your state.  You can get multiple box and straight hits with just the base numbers alone sometimes.  :)

Also, do this same thing with pick 4, except, just realize you have to work with 4 digits.  And 4 digits mean that "2" digits may need to be "mixed".

Harder, but, ofcourse the pick 4 payoff matches the work by far.

:)

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Did the next draw have any of these digits?

3-1-2 or 9-1-8

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I don't understand what you mean?

Which draw?

The 365 I used in the example was just a random number off the top of my head.

:)

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I thought you were back testing and using a real example: Sorry for the confusion!

In some cases if you take the difference between the FP, BP, SP (312) and the sum between the FP, BP, SP (918) you will see one or more of the digits in the next draw.

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Hello, cashman!  Good to see you back earlier than xmas.......

I was wondering about this new system, how long would it usually take for the "wrap" to take place?  In other words, how long would one have to stay on the numbers?

Good luck to you and all on this system!

Regards, Mel

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Hey mel!

Aaaah, guess I gotta re-explain.  I see what you mean now, I would've thought the same thing after reading this.

You don't wait for numbers to wrap, you just wrap it yourself.

That's the base formula.

Say, as a random example, the previous drawing was 987, and you want to predict what will come up the next few draws, you just take 987, or it's "mirror", 432, and do the "wrap" to it.

987's "wrap" would look like this...

876
987
098
109
210
321
432
543
654
765

All I am doing is going one digit "down" all the way untill it "wraps", meaning.... the last number and the first number "collide"....

See in the example, 765 goes to 876, and 876 goes "up" to 765...

:)

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Ah, yeah!!!

Now I see what you mean.  Cashman, you never cease to amaze me.......

Can you please show me an example of how it would look for cash 4?

Would be much appreciated

Mel

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Well, basically, the same....

Like....this....

Random ex.  8765, or it's mirror, 3210

7654
8765
9876
0987
1098
2109
3210
4321
5432
6543

6543 going one digit "down" will collide with 7654, and 7654 going one digit "up" will collide with 6543.

:)

Only problem with cash/pick 4, is that you will need extensive "mixing" to use this.  As, with pick 3, one of the numbers usually come up, boxed, and alot of times straight with maybe one digit going "up", or one digit going "down", or, one digit being "mirrored".  But, with pick 4, you can have, a crazy situation, where one of the numbers in your "figured" set, hits straight, but, one of the digits went "up", and at the same time, one of the digits mirrored.  Pick/cash 4 is more work, but, well worth it.

:)

I managed to get a straight hit in ny tonight, with 178, playing 10 numbers, but, didn't have time to come post the number here before I played it, nor did I have time to play at five you know what.  So I got the regular ole "states" straight payoutx3.

:)

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also known as the 111 system add 111 for pick 3 and 1111 pick 4 to the last number that hit until it falls back on itself.

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I just created this one day off the top of my head.

I think that's cool though!  That I just...."created" a system that is already a "known system".

:)

In any case, you still have to look at the "set" as just "base" numbers for you to work with.  Because more work still needs to be done, after "wrapping" the numbers.

:)

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cashman87 i learned this 111 -1111 sys. from a guy that worked for the lottery back in 1998 he was a machine repair man. We got to talking about lottery numbers one of my favorite subjects and he showed it to me said it's the main reason there are people with large lists in the lottery lines they might have several numbers they have done this work up on. I know there are numerious threads/posts in the lottery post archieves about it.

Glad you thought of it on your own there are variations of it also using 123 and 1234 and a couple more. Some of the lottery posters whom have been here a long time have several of the other forms of this down pat.

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I noticed that.

lol.

Great minds think alike I suppose.  Like all of us on lottery post.

:)

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talent.Which I feel will grow stronger from your openness.

It nice to have something

to offer.

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Thank you so much, cashman.  I'll try to backtest this in Georgia.  Also, thank you four4me for your input.

Good luck to you all!

Regards, Mel

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talent.Which I feel will grow stronger from your openness.

It nice to have something

to offer.

Thanks Black apple!  :)

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