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    Good call yesterday ~ Oh-342 Ny-765 MO-435 Ky-765 Ga-456 Ga-432.

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      Did some testing on this theory, Tungsten, so far the results for 2005 are as follows:

      Arizona: ($204)

      California: ($792)

      California Midday: $66

      Connecticut: ($126)

      Connecticut Midday: ($24)

      DC: ($180)

      DC Midday: ($570)

      Delaware: ($126)

       

      I was hoping this would work! :)

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        Did some testing on this theory, Tungsten, so far the results for 2005 are as follows:

        Arizona: ($204)

        California: ($792)

        California Midday: $66

        Connecticut: ($126)

        Connecticut Midday: ($24)

        DC: ($180)

        DC Midday: ($570)

        Delaware: ($126)

         

        I was hoping this would work! :)

        This is playing all 55 combos with a 1 for the draw after a series hits?

        And is it playing $1 box?

         

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          Here is California Evening so far this year:

          Sat, Feb 25, 2006 1-9-5 <--HIT
          Fri, Feb 24, 2006 6-7-5
          .
          Mon, Feb 13, 2006 3-7-0 <--miss
          Sun, Feb 12, 2006 2-4-3
          .
          Tue, Jan 31, 2006 6-6-1 <--HIT
          Mon, Jan 30, 2006 7-6-8
          .
          Fri, Jan 20, 2006 6-8-3 <--miss
          Thu, Jan 19, 2006 5-7-6
          .
          Sun, Jan 15, 2006 6-9-7 <--miss
          Sat, Jan 14, 2006 2-3-4
          .
          Fri, Jan 13, 2006 1-9-7 <--HIT
          Thu, Jan 12, 2006 7-8-9
          .
          Tue, Jan 10, 2006 4-7-2 <--miss
          Mon, Jan 09, 2006 6-4-5
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          Sat, Jan 07, 2006 7-4-9 <--miss
          Fri, Jan 06, 2006 5-6-4

          3 hits and 5 misses

           

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            It's playing just the singles. Doubles would produce similar results.

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              CD

              It's playing just the singles. Doubles would produce similar results.

              Keith

              So, the dollar amount results that you showed are based on playing just the 36 singles with a 1.  How much was the bet in your example?  $1 per ticket?

              So, a correction...that would be 2 HITS and 6 misses for California so far this year.  Does not seem to be working in CA this year!

               

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                CD

                That is correct. And actually, that is using $1 for a BOXED bet, $150 payout online. I guess if you were to play straight, you would multiply my results by 6 to get the true overall picture.

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                  CD

                  That is correct. And actually, that is using $1 for a BOXED bet, $150 payout online. I guess if you were to play straight, you would multiply my results by 6 to get the true overall picture.

                  Ok.  Let us know which state(s) it is working in this year.

                   

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                    CD

                    With the Rare20 (that I am calling it), this looks REALLY REALLY good thus far. Progression too.

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                      Numbers with 3 consecutive digits have terrible skips.

                      Here are some examples: (State, average skip and last 10 skips)

                       StateAv. skip  Last 10 skips
                       AZ 211  39  16  2  30  0  15  24  0  35 
                       CA eve 1826  11  12  10  4  1  2  2  51  15 
                       CA mid 188  8  24  16  41  25  4  21  15  64
                       DE eve 1915  6  8  23  13  10  28  13  20  60
                       FL 23  35  6  84  47  37  34  40  27  56  3
                       MD eve 20 24  25  9  16  68  23  18  2  3  24 
                       MI eve 25 18  103  90  15  31  10  33  0  44  94
                       NJ eve 16 48  4  22  53  25  16  6  26  0  21 
                       PA 2314  8  14  9  51  43  6  17  3  17 

                      The skips for numbers with "all even consecutive digits" (024, 246, 468) and "all odd consecutive digits" (135, 357, 579) are even worse.

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                        Yes, they are bad paurths...however, I am combining HHH and LLL, then OOO and EEE. Will check these out. I mistakenly before had put the doubles into my calculations, now I am taking them out.

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                          Now...if we could only find a Pick-4 version!! :) Now, the 11th draws out is a number I derived from 20 boxed combos/220 boxed combos overall = 1:11 draws

                          Anyway, here are my findings for ARIZONA for 1/1/05-12/5/05:

                          HHH/LLL combination: Max Skip: 25 - Average Skip: 7.44

                          If using my progression, and starting your wagering after the 11th drawing out (i.e., start betting on the 12th draw), boxed, $0.25 bets: $197.50 profit

                          If using my progression, and starting your wagering after the 8th drawing out (i.e., start betting on the 9th draw), boxed, $0.25 bets: $197.50 profit

                          EEE/OOO combination: Max Skip: 41 - Average Skip: 7.97

                          If using my progression, and starting your wagering after the 11th drawing out (i.e., start betting on the 12th draw), boxed, $0.25 bets: $172.50 profit

                          If using my progression, and starting your wagering after the 8th drawing out (i.e., start betting on the 9th draw), boxed, $0.25 bets: $247.50 profit

                           

                          So...as you can see, so far so good. You could always play straight and get 6 times that amount of winnings for the year, and your could also increase your bet...OR, you could play all states, etc. I will continue to test until a state "stinks it up" for me.

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                            btw, digits that follow a "number with 3 consecutive" digits

                            AZ, draws 2411, times 3consec: 116; 1 = 44 times, 5 = 42, 7 = 41
                            CA eve, draws 2815, times 3consec: 146; 6 = 58 times, 3 & 9 = 48 times
                            CA mid, draws 1235, 3consec: 64; 7 = 28, 1 = 23, 6 = 22
                            CT eve, draws 2813, 3consec: 151; 5 = 59, 3 = 54, 8 = 53
                            DC eve, draws 1177, 3consec: 69; 5 = 28, 3 = 26, 0 = 24
                            DC midd, draws 1177, 3consec: 64; 4 & 5 = 23, 6 & 9 = 21
                            DE eve, draws 2657, 3consec: 134; 8 = 49, 4 = 46, 1 = 44

                            in short, digit 1 does not follow a series-number more often than any other number.

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                              paurths

                              Good work...I was wondering about that...and you are the only one with those type of tools available that I could ask. Thanks for the info.

                              Keith 

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