Welcome Guest
Log In | Register )
You last visited December 7, 2016, 10:55 pm
All times shown are
Eastern Time (GMT-5:00)

Pac's Positive Cash Flow Revisited

Topic closed. 20 replies. Last post 11 years ago by cps10.

Page 2 of 2
PrintE-mailLink
cps10's avatar - Lottery-004.jpg
The Carolinas - Charlotte
United States
Member #21627
September 12, 2005
4138 Posts
Offline
Posted: April 6, 2006, 9:00 pm - IP Logged

I did a test on Florida since that's Pac's home state.

In 2005-2006, you would have made - using a progression - $8800, but you would have needed an $8500 bankroll since the lows at one time went 7 straight, meaning you would have had to apply the following betting strategy after the 4th consecutive:

DrawBetUnitIf LossIf Win
1$500.00 1($500.00)$400.00
2$1,000.00 2($1,500.00)$300.00
3$2,000.00 4($3,500.00)$100.00
4$4,500.00 9($8,000.00)$100.00
5$10,500.00 21($18,500.00)$400.00

Not too bad I guess, however, it would probably be advised to wait until there were 5 consecutives. Not as many chances to win, but in Florida, you would have only had to risk $3500 to get your profits. And there were plenty of chances to win starting with the 6th draw.

The North Carolina Education Lottery - so much a joke that here are their mascots:

Stooges

    cps10's avatar - Lottery-004.jpg
    The Carolinas - Charlotte
    United States
    Member #21627
    September 12, 2005
    4138 Posts
    Offline
    Posted: April 6, 2006, 9:15 pm - IP Logged

    Connecticut evening blew this experiment up for me just now...they had 9 straight lows in 2005. The bankroll req for that would be $18500...ouch!

    The North Carolina Education Lottery - so much a joke that here are their mascots:

    Stooges

      Avatar
      Pa
      United States
      Member #34364
      March 2, 2006
      159 Posts
      Offline
      Posted: April 6, 2006, 9:24 pm - IP Logged

      tww24

      I extensively studied the original Pac system. Are you telling me that you would play when the numbers were either 000-499 or 500-999 for FOUR consecutive draws? Mid-to-mid, or eve-to-eve? Then you bet? That is how I interpreted your play.

      As for the progressive wagering, I have been preaching that on this board since I've been a member. It's really the only way to go in the event you get a losing streak. What's the point in winning a drawing and still being in the hole? That's when I came to realize progressions are the best betting strategy.

      Think about it....you would play the same 2 numbers and only play $2 a draw. Not unreasonable. But, suppose those two numbers stayed out for 455 draws and then it hit (online betting of course). So, you have stayed the course and spent $910 to win $10. Seems kind of silly, doesn't it.

      Therefore, progressions have to be implemented. Good work.

      CPS10, I think Pac already responded, but  I should have clarified in my original post.

      I wait until  i see 6 consecutive draws with all low or high first digit numbers.

      Example  778,555,989,567,832,567  then I play all 500 low numbers  000 ,001 ----  498 ,499.

      Don't mix and match evening -to midday, I only play when all 6 consecutive midday or all six

      consecutive evening have 6 straight high or lows. Then I bet $500 on all highs or all lows.

      If I don't hit the first time I bet at 6 consecutive, then I double up the next day. I have only had 

       to do this once. But I have only been playing with real money for 2-1/2 weeks.  That doesn't

      mean it'll never happen ,but it has happen only once so far.

      The only nerve wrenching deal, is when Illinois went 7 days I had  $500. out already. Then to

      recover I had another $1000.00 out the next day.  Won $1800.00 but I had $1500. invested.

      But a $300 recovery is better than just walking away from a $500 loss.

      Re the skips I have not looked into a massive amount of history. But I know(believe) the computer

      draws are trouble for this method. I tossed my back up work but i think it was AZ, and Ks,  that

      had 10 straight either high or lows and the other state had 8 or 9 . These are big time trouble

      with this method unless you have as Pac stated a starting bankroll of $5-K . 

       

        Avatar
        Pa
        United States
        Member #34364
        March 2, 2006
        159 Posts
        Offline
        Posted: April 6, 2006, 9:52 pm - IP Logged

        I did a test on Florida since that's Pac's home state.

        In 2005-2006, you would have made - using a progression - $8800, but you would have needed an $8500 bankroll since the lows at one time went 7 straight, meaning you would have had to apply the following betting strategy after the 4th consecutive:

        DrawBetUnitIf LossIf Win
        1$500.00 1($500.00)$400.00
        2$1,000.00 2($1,500.00)$300.00
        3$2,000.00 4($3,500.00)$100.00
        4$4,500.00 9($8,000.00)$100.00
        5$10,500.00 21($18,500.00)$400.00

        Not too bad I guess, however, it would probably be advised to wait until there were 5 consecutives. Not as many chances to win, but in Florida, you would have only had to risk $3500 to get your profits. And there were plenty of chances to win starting with the 6th draw.

        CSP10,

        Don't get me wrong , I'm not saying this method is for everyone. The fun thing is your not dealing

        with one state for a year at a time , your dealing on a day to day basis, with all non-computer

        states across the country.

        Example yesterday . Tn midday 6 highs went low won $900. ,,, Oh Eve 6 highs went low won

        $900. Ill eve. 7High went low won $1800. but had to lay out $1500. Kt 6 Low ,went high won

        $900.

        Don't get me wrong I was sweating bullets at least until the Tn midday came in. But the method

        seems to work. I just don't want to see any 10 straights from CT.  

         

         

         

          Avatar
          Pa
          United States
          Member #34364
          March 2, 2006
          159 Posts
          Offline
          Posted: April 6, 2006, 10:23 pm - IP Logged

          For anyone who wants to try this method.  (I'm not playing I only play when the consecutives reach 6 days.)

          Tomorrow 4/7   Maryland midday play all  highs ,has gone 5 days all low. Play all highs .50 each total $250.

          and play N.Y. midday has gone 4 days all low,,,,,, play all highs @ .25 each total $125.00.

          Please only play on paper until your comfortable with this method.  

           

           

            cps10's avatar - Lottery-004.jpg
            The Carolinas - Charlotte
            United States
            Member #21627
            September 12, 2005
            4138 Posts
            Offline
            Posted: April 6, 2006, 10:52 pm - IP Logged

            tww24

            It seems pretty sound to me. I agree with you in moving it to 6 consecutives. I might even be inclined to move it to 7, but 6 seems okay. If the highest out is 9, then you are only pressing to a 4th bet...which isn't terrible.

            I think the method is good nonetheless. When you cut it in 4th ($0.25 / bet), then you only need $2000 on a bet like I suggest here.  Granted, you only win $25, but that's better than being out! :)

            The North Carolina Education Lottery - so much a joke that here are their mascots:

            Stooges