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# New System software coming soon...

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using pac's in ga.  night was 033 124567

510  623  743  334  476  651  103  027  325

love to nibble those micey feet.

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Calabs, Pac, et al:

Yesterday's SOUTH CAROLINA MIDDAY was 170; so you input the following into Duke:

170234568

And you get the following:

521 - 637 - 840 - 704 - 486
652 - 217 - 138 - 035

TODAY's number was 935, so it was a winner based on Pac's new theory. See where it is, when you change the first digit of 035 and you are playing:

035 - 135 - 235 - 335 - 435 - 535 - 635 - 735 - 835 - 935

And you would also be playing:

005 - 015 - 025 - 035 - 045 - 055 - 065 - 075 - 085 - 095

And so on with the other numbers, but the key is that you had a winner in that group.

\$180 to play, \$900 to win. Not a bad day's work.

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em

I modified it even further whereby when a double comes up, I eliminate the duplicate number. So, in that case, I would use the following:

031245678

620 - 743 - 851 - 315 - 587
762 - 203 - 048 - 146

You will be using doubles anyway when using Pac's methodology.

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em

I modified it even further whereby when a double comes up, I eliminate the duplicate number. So, in that case, I would use the following:

031245678

620 - 743 - 851 - 315 - 587
762 - 203 - 048 - 146

You will be using doubles anyway when using Pac's methodology.

thanks -

love to nibble those micey feet.

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em

I modified it even further whereby when a double comes up, I eliminate the duplicate number. So, in that case, I would use the following:

031245678

620 - 743 - 851 - 315 - 587
762 - 203 - 048 - 146

You will be using doubles anyway when using Pac's methodology.

thanks -

doig it your way  899  mid ga. 890123456

418  529  630  903  365  941  189  826  024

love to nibble those micey feet.

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Works if you can find your skip.....

Michigan if i ran the last draw and 17,9

input would be these:079-486-684

now i elimiate all double number

check this out results

40 - 87 - 669 - 796 - 66
4 - 407 - 086 - 98

today's midday 696

ALL IN!

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Dam!!

Back to the drawing board = SC MIDDAY testing for 6 months = \$7920 loss.

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I firmly believe that my way might only work in Florida, and maybe it's just a temporary trend. Anyone who might do this might check their own skip that best suites their state. And even then it might just be a temporary trend.

As cps10 just noted above, he did a test for 6 mos. and it wasn't profitable. This is why I was asking if someone can make a program that looks back at atleast a year, and see if it hits on a regular basis.

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I wonder if playing the same 180 numbers based on a past number would do it.

For example, if you use the numbers I used for emily, then if they didn't hit tonight, do you play them tomorrow, the next day?

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I wonder if playing the same 180 numbers based on a past number would do it.

For example, if you use the numbers I used for emily, then if they didn't hit tonight, do you play them tomorrow, the next day?

I'm gonna try putting in last night's winning number in a different form, so if it was 396, I would put it in as 369, ascending order, or try entering the last 3 night's winning numbers, and if they repeat, just go back one more day to the fourth day if neccessary to get a total of 9 numbers.

I believe no matter what we do, it's always going to be a temporary trend.

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You could be right. And the key is to capitalize on those.

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Did a small test of 5 draws and got 5 straight hits.  Total cost = 5*5*36 = 900.  Total wins = 5*900 = 4500.  I know it's only a short term test but from the looks of this, it looks very, very promising.  Now, I know that the winning streak will end and may produce many skips in a row, however, right now I think that the skips will not be very large.  In fact a strategy might be emplyed to play only after a certain number of skips or up to a certain number of skips.  Anyway, it needs to be tested more.  I outlined the process below for anyone that's interested.

Duke Frequency Method.

1.  Record the frequency of each digit from the past 30 draws.

Frequency By Position

3 -      Pos.    Pos.    Pos.          Total
Digit    1        2        3            hits:
----------------------------------------------------
0      2        2        4              8
1      2        2        2              6
2      3        5        2              10
3      2        3        4              9
4      4        4        2              10
5      1        3        4              8
6      3        2        5              10
7      7        2        5              14
8      1        4        2              7
9      5        3        0              8

2.  Enter the top 9 digits in Duke in order from most frequent to least frequent.

724630598

3.  Play all 36 combinations for the next 10 draws.  Play only for a straight.  Stop on a win or play all 10 draws for a possibility of 2 wins.

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Did a small test of 5 draws and got 5 straight hits.  Total cost = 5*5*36 = 900.  Total wins = 5*900 = 4500.  I know it's only a short term test but from the looks of this, it looks very, very promising.  Now, I know that the winning streak will end and may produce many skips in a row, however, right now I think that the skips will not be very large.  In fact a strategy might be emplyed to play only after a certain number of skips or up to a certain number of skips.  Anyway, it needs to be tested more.  I outlined the process below for anyone that's interested.

Duke Frequency Method.

1.  Record the frequency of each digit from the past 30 draws.

Frequency By Position

3 -      Pos.    Pos.    Pos.          Total
Digit    1        2        3            hits:
----------------------------------------------------
0      2        2        4              8
1      2        2        2              6
2      3        5        2              10
3      2        3        4              9
4      4        4        2              10
5      1        3        4              8
6      3        2        5              10
7      7        2        5              14
8      1        4        2              7
9      5        3        0              8

2.  Enter the top 9 digits in Duke in order from most frequent to least frequent.

724630598

3.  Play all 36 combinations for the next 10 draws.  Play only for a straight.  Stop on a win or play all 10 draws for a possibility of 2 wins.

Well said....I couldn't have said it any better.....

Yeah!!!!

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Listening to The Doors now...LA Woman.........

Calgary