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# Pcnut gave me a doubles Idea

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Pcnut gave me an excellent idea for doubles. I never really concentrated on doubles before, but now this one is interesting, but too good to be true. I'm hoping someone might see the flaw in this too good to be true system.

I back tested this system for 90 days, and it yielded a net profit of  \$2,370 a month for three months.

All I do is use each of the three digits from the night before's winning numbers as the key for the double the next day. So, for example, last night in Florida was 734. I will then play the 33 44 and 77, covering every straight possibility. The cost of this played everyday is \$81.00. Out of 90 days, it hit 16 times.

Cost: \$81.00 X 90 days = \$7,290.00

Won: \$900 online X 16 times = \$14,400.00

Net Profit: \$7,290.00 divided by three months = \$2,370.00 a month.

How it works, and again, please correct my figures, since this is too good to be true:

Last night's winning number in Florida was 734.

So I will take 77   33   44 and put them in all their forms for a straight hit for the next drawing.

077  707  770          033  303  330          044  404  440

177  717  771          133   313  331          144  414  441

277  727  772          233  323  332          244  424  442

377  737  773          no triples                    344  434  443

477  747  774          433  343  334          no triples

577  757  775          533   353  335          544  454  445

677  767  776          633  363  336          644  464  446

no triples                   733    373  337          744  474  447

877  787  778          833  383  338          844  484    448

977  797  779          933  393  339          944  494    449

So, to qualify, if a double falls tonight, it has to have atleast one of the 3 digits of 7, 3, or 4 in it to win. In 90 days, that is exactly what happened. A total of 16 qualifiers. There were some days where the next day's winning number had no repeat from the night before, but it still made a profit with the ones which did have a repeat. 16 of them.

I forgot to look and see if any of those qualifiers had a double the previous night, which means that the cost for the next day's workout would cost less than \$81.00, considering that you only have two numbers to put in the system, rather than 3. For example, if last night's number was 677, then it would cost less to do the system above. It would only cost \$60.00, not \$90.00. So the profit might be higher than the one stated above. I'll have to go back and look.

Remember, the numbers change everyday.

Will someone please look for the flaw? It's just way too good to be true!

\$2,370.00 a month net profit???? I don't know. I'm pretty sure I did it the right way.

Look in your own state and see how many qualifiers there are in a 90 day period.

Here is a list of the 16 qualifiers from the last 90 days in Florida:

 Sun, Jan 29, 2006 4-6-4 Sat, Jan 28, 2006 9-4-3

 Sat, Feb 4, 2006 3-3-6 Fri, Feb 3, 2006 1-8-3

 Sun, Feb 5, 2006 0-6-0 Sat, Feb 4, 2006 3-3-6

 Sun, Feb 12, 2006 6-0-6 Sat, Feb 11, 2006 6-7-7

 Tue, Feb 21, 2006 7-5-5 Mon, Feb 20, 2006 7-1-3

 Sat, Feb 25, 2006 5-1-5 Fri, Feb 24, 2006 5-6-2

 Wed, Mar 1, 2006 3-3-2 Tue, Feb 28, 2006 7-3-2

 Sun, Mar 12, 2006 0-6-6 Sat, Mar 11, 2006 3-6-9

 Mon, Mar 13, 2006 0-0-5 Sun, Mar 12, 2006 0-6-6

 Wed, Mar 15, 2006 3-3-7 Tue, Mar 14, 2006 7-3-8

 Tue, Mar 21, 2006 3-2-3 Mon, Mar 20, 2006 4-6-3

 Thu, Mar 23, 2006 7-4-7 Wed, Mar 22, 2006 7-5-1

 Mon, Apr 3, 2006 8-8-4 Sun, Apr 2, 2006 6-8-3

 Wed, Apr 5, 2006 1-0-1 Tue, Apr 4, 2006 5-0-8

 Mon, Apr 10, 2006 4-3-4 Sun, Apr 9, 2006 5-4-0

 Tue, Apr 11, 2006 4-0-4 Mon, Apr 10, 2006 4-3-4

As you can see, there were a few doubles the night before, so the cost would be less than \$90.00 during those days, and the profit would be higher at the end of the 90 day period. Not to mention that the overall cost would be less, since you are playing everyday and that there are doubles that don't even qualify, yet still the cost would be less.

I just went back and looked to see how many days were doubles in the 90 day period. There were a total 25 doubles, thus reducing the cost for those days at \$60.00 for those 25 days.

So, the actual cost wasn't \$7,290.00

7290 - 750 the amount saved on double days= cost \$6,540.00

Much better. This is getting me more and more excited.

\$14,400 won minus cost \$6,540 = \$7,860.00 net profit for 3 months.

\$7,860.00 divided by 3 months equals \$2,620.00 net profit each month

Seems too good to be true.

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There are 14 qualifiers, not 16.

 Tue, Feb 21, 2006 7-5-5 Mon, Feb 20, 2006 7-1-3

 Wed, Apr 5, 2006 1-0-1 Tue, Apr 4, 2006 5-0-8

Those two above don't qualify because the double has to be one of the 3 the night before, and they weren't.

It still is profitable though.

\$7,860.00 minus \$1,800 less for the two above equals \$6,060.00 net profit. Divided by 3 months equals \$2,020 a month for three months.

I can live with that. Not to mention that I can double up on the wagers and double my profit, and then triple and so on....

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 Posted: April 24, 2006, 10:02 am - IP Logged

Oops, I found another one that doesen't qualify.

 Sun, Feb 5, 2006 0-6-0 Sat, Feb 4, 2006 3-3-6

\$6,060 minus another \$900.00 equals \$5,160.00

So, 13 total wins. not 16.

Still good.

So, \$1,720.00 a month profit. Still good.

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Question: Does Betslips pay more than \$900.00, if it's a double?

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 Posted: April 24, 2006, 10:15 am - IP Logged

I just went back and looked to see how many days were doubles in the 90 day period. There were a total 25 doubles, thus reducing the cost for those days at \$60.00 for those 25 days.

Actually the cost is \$54.00, not \$60.00

Even better....

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 Posted: April 24, 2006, 10:28 am - IP Logged

I forgot to look and see if any of those qualifiers had a double the previous night, which means that the cost for the next day's workout would cost less than \$81.00, considering that you only have two numbers to put in the system, rather than 3. For example, if last night's number was 677, then it would cost less to do the system above.>>> It would only cost \$60.00, not \$90.00.<<< So the profit might be higher than the one stated above. I'll have to go back and look.

I meant to say It would only cost \$57.00 not \$81.00

Sorry.

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 Posted: April 24, 2006, 10:30 am - IP Logged

Very interesting Pac. You maybe on to something. I'll have to check this out. THANKS. Good Luck!!!

litebets

Feeling,  PRICELESS!!!

Come on Jackpot!!!

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 Posted: April 24, 2006, 10:51 am - IP Logged

JUst looked back in Michigan for the last 30 days.

You would have won 8 times = 7200.00

60 draws x 81.00 = 4860.00

Profit = 2340.00

Only works playing online.

Looks good, very interesting.

Thanks Pac.

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Question: Does Betslips pay more than \$900.00, if it's a double?

If Betslips is paying \$900 for a dollar straight hit on any pick-3, they must have a money tree growing in their backyard.

I've heard of bookies paying \$600.

Stack

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 Posted: April 24, 2006, 11:06 am - IP Logged

Now only if you could use a pairchart to narrow up your possible plays....

ALL IN!

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 Posted: April 24, 2006, 11:07 am - IP Logged

JUst looked back in Michigan for the last 30 days.

You would have won 8 times = 7200.00

60 draws x 81.00 = 4860.00

Profit = 2340.00

Only works playing online.

Looks good, very interesting.

Thanks Pac.

20 of those 30 days were doubles, so the cost would not be \$4,860.00 but \$3,780.00

Even better. profit =\$3,420.00

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 Posted: April 24, 2006, 11:09 am - IP Logged

Very interesting Pac. You maybe on to something. I'll have to check this out. THANKS. Good Luck!!!

litebets

Thanx, I'll have to do a years worth of backtesting before I feel comfortable enough to actually use real money.

So far so good.

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Question: Does Betslips pay more than \$900.00, if it's a double?

If Betslips is paying \$900 for a dollar straight hit on any pick-3, they must have a money tree growing in their backyard.

I've heard of bookies paying \$600.

Stack

The only reason they can afford to pay that much is because 90 percent of the people who play, lose. That's how they can make a profit, and still payout that high.

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"The only reason they can afford to pay that much is because 90 percent of the people who play, lose."

OK

Let’s say 100 people played \$81 and 10% of them won \$900. Betslips would take in \$8100 but payout \$9000 and lose \$900.

By the way, I’m not knocking your system because there is potential with the tradional \$500 payoff.

Stack

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"The only reason they can afford to pay that much is because 90 percent of the people who play, lose."

OK

Let’s say 100 people played \$81 and 10% of them won \$900. Betslips would take in \$8100 but payout \$9000 and lose \$900.

By the way, I’m not knocking your system because there is potential with the tradional \$500 payoff.

Stack