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Posted: April 4, 2006, 8:27 pm - IP Logged

I was doing some research on the series numbers for P4:

0123 1234 2345 3456 4567 5678 6789 7890 8901 9012

In looking back at the history in March 2006, there were 49 of these babies (not double counting IL/Iowa).  Out of the ~49, there were 30 EVE and 19 Mid draws.  Sounds like there could be some money to be made following these numbers.  they are hitting often enough. 

Just though I'd share this with everyone.

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    Posted: April 4, 2006, 8:41 pm - IP Logged

    Thanks Calabs,

    Looking for the 6789 series, somewhere????

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      Posted: April 4, 2006, 9:22 pm - IP Logged

      You're very welcome onenumber....here's hoping you trap it soon!!

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        Posted: April 4, 2006, 9:39 pm - IP Logged

        I was doing some research on the series numbers for P4:

        0123 1234 2345 3456 4567 5678 6789 7890 8901 9012

        In looking back at the history in March 2006, there were 49 of these babies (not double counting IL/Iowa).  Out of the ~49, there were 30 EVE and 19 Mid draws.  Sounds like there could be some money to be made following these numbers.  they are hitting often enough. 

        Just though I'd share this with everyone.

        When I am picking the numbers for my Pick 4 predictions, the first thing I look at is if the last draw was a double or not.  I have not found any real reliable double indicators like there are in Pick 3, so I just play ABCD if the last draw was ABCD and AABC if the last draw was AABC.  If I am going to play ABCD, then I look at the last ABCD draws to see if any of "my rare numbers" have hit on the first full line of the Inspector 3 for 30 days.  For instance:

        Here is Maryland Midday after the Midday draw:

        Number Types:
         ABCD 15 50.0% 6718 2395 2084 0164 3164 7329 0785 9415 2857 1584 1597 7925 5670 4725 8714
         AABC 15 50.0% 3272 0115 7886 0699 6144 9677 8112 3005 8939 5228 6640 3934 6670 2129 3603

        Notice that there is a "rare" number, a pure odd, so I would just pick my normal selections.  However, if there had not been a rare number in that entire line, I would play the rare numbers.  For Pick 4 there are only 20 instead of the 30 for Pick 3 (ABCD numbers).

        Here are the 20 rare Pick 4 numbers:

        0897 1029 1593 2864 3021 3142 3175 3791 4062 4806 5234 5463 5791 6208 7564 8204 8756 9108 9753 9867

        I just started getting serious about Pick 4, so I am certainly not trying to say that I am an expert at it.  Just sharing my thoughts with everyone.  I did hit a STRAIGHT in Michigan a while back using this method.


         

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          Thank you for sharing that JD.  This is most helpful.  So at a glance, the rare numbers are 10 series, 5 pure even and 5 pure odd.  So if no rare shows up for 30 days, start playing ALL of them?

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            Thank you for sharing that JD.  This is most helpful.  So at a glance, the rare numbers are 10 series, 5 pure even and 5 pure odd.  So if no rare shows up for 30 days, start playing ALL of them?

            It really isn't 30 days without a rare.  It is actually 15 ABCD draws without a rare hitting.

             

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              Posted: April 4, 2006, 10:10 pm - IP Logged

              Thanks for the clarification.  Sounds interesting.  Wink

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                Posted: April 4, 2006, 10:15 pm - IP Logged

                I do the same type thing for Pick 3.  If I don't have a doubles indicator, I count the last 7 ABC draws.  If there are no rare numbers, then I keep going to see what the last rare ABC number was.  Whatever group it is in, I play the other two groups, so I can play 20 numbers instead of the 30 numbers.  I am a Gold Member now and can't predict more than 25 numbers on the Prediction Page.  So, if the last rare number that hit with pure odd, I will play pure even and series.

                 

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                  CD,

                  I'm trying to get a better handle on the P4 game myself now, rather than P3.  From you r comments though, it poses a question.

                  There are many more all-even or all-odd combinations than those you cite, once you include the possible hits that contain doubles or triples. E.g. 3313 is all odd. 4488 is all even. Do you count these as a "rare" number hit?

                  Also for instance, the DE Midday P4 right now has not had an all-even (including any draw with doubles or triples in it) for 62 draws now. It did have an all-odd only three draws ago though.

                  In the above case, would you be looking at playing, perhaps, all ten of the all-even singles...and then hoping when it comes in, it isn't an all-even that contains a double or triple?

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                    Posted: April 4, 2006, 10:59 pm - IP Logged

                    CD,

                    I'm trying to get a better handle on the P4 game myself now, rather than P3.  From you r comments though, it poses a question.

                    There are many more all-even or all-odd combinations than those you cite, once you include the possible hits that contain doubles or triples. E.g. 3313 is all odd. 4488 is all even. Do you count these as a "rare" number hit?

                    Also for instance, the DE Midday P4 right now has not had an all-even (including any draw with doubles or triples in it) for 62 draws now. It did have an all-odd only three draws ago though.

                    In the above case, would you be looking at playing, perhaps, all ten of the all-even singles...and then hoping when it comes in, it isn't an all-even that contains a double or triple?

                    Please look again at my post above.  I kept saying ABCD that means no doubles.  Sure if you include doubles, there are a lot more.  With Pick 3 instead of only 30 numbers there are 80 if you include doubles and triples.

                    As far as DE Midday P4, since it had a rare number within the last 15 days, I would not play the rares.

                    Well, Badger, I guess I didn't explain myself very well.  I know my wife was putting dinner on the table and I was trying to hurry, but since you didn't understand me, I am sure I left some things out.

                    I only play the rares (for Pick 4 all 20 of them) when any rare (ABCD only) has not hit in the past 15 ABCD only draws.

                    Here is DE Midday:

                    ABCD 15 55.6% 1759 9453 8790 2783 4019 0571 4815 9084 1834 8036 5784 3847 3829 3201 1645
                    AABC 12 44.4% 5593 5859 6615 5800 7749 3983 7355 9676 3372 0117 9596 3224

                    The last draw was 5593 which is a double (or more).  Therefore, I would play doubles which would mean that I would not even be looking at the rare numbers.

                    If the last draw had been an ABCD then I would be considering playing ABCD, but FIRST I would look at the ABCD line of the Inspector 3 output to see if a rare showed up in the full line (you might have to look at 60 days to get a full line of ABCD).  In this case, the last ABCD draw was 1759 a rare number ... end of subject!!  I would play my method for selecting ABCD numbers without regard to rare numbers.  Of course, my method might produce some rare numbers, but I would not be playing my list of the 20 rare numbers.

                    I hope that clears it up.


                     

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                      Posted: April 4, 2006, 11:09 pm - IP Logged

                      thanks

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                        Quoting CD : "I hope that clears it up."

                         

                        Goodly. Gives me something else to look at....I hope that dinner was a good one.

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                          Posted: April 5, 2006, 8:53 am - IP Logged

                          I do the same type thing for Pick 3.  If I don't have a doubles indicator, I count the last 7 ABC draws.  If there are no rare numbers, then I keep going to see what the last rare ABC number was.  Whatever group it is in, I play the other two groups, so I can play 20 numbers instead of the 30 numbers.  I am a Gold Member now and can't predict more than 25 numbers on the Prediction Page.  So, if the last rare number that hit with pure odd, I will play pure even and series.

                           

                          Thanks JD - When you work this system, if a state has both eve and mid draws, do you go from draw to draw, or eve-eve or mid-mid?  I'm new to the Inspector 3/4 tool.  So I just input the last, say 30 draws in the Inspector, and it reports the info under the ABCD/AABC/etc. section?  Thank you.!

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                            Calabs, I do mid to mid and eve to eve because it is so much easier using the Deflate and Inspect tools here on Lottery Post.  So, click results, state, draw, inspect, 30 days and you have it! 

                            Yes, go down to the bottom of the report and look at the ABCD line.  A complete line would be 12 numbers, so if it is short, go back and select 60 days (or you can start with 60 for that matter).

                             

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                              Whoa!!! That's easier than I thought!  Thanks JD, I really appreciate your help.