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Posted: May 22, 2006, 4:38 pm - IP Logged

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I have twice tried with SC...once Midday then once Midday-Evening. Both were in the 20s for a straight hit. Am I doing something wrong? Even though that would produce a profit, since 25 draws in break-even at Betslips.

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    cps: I've noticed that if you extend past 10 draws and go upwards of 25 draws, you will get the straight hit almost every time, however, in terms of profitability, 10 draws seems to be best.  Of another note, 6 of my 11 hits occurred within 5 draws and two hit in the first draw.  Also, I would do at least 5-10 tests following the method I outlined and then make your determination and observations.  I've actually been doing a lot of theorizing and testing various strategies using various other software with the frequencies of digits and have found that the past 10 and 30 draws to be most in line with the next 10-30 draws.  However, a limit needs to be set and the most hits occur within 10.  I'm still not 100% convinced yet on my method, but it does seem to be working.  But for me, I'm more of a scientist in my regard towards systems and I don't feal comfortable saying anything works until I've tested enough.  If it survives another 30 days or so, then I'll be satisfied......I think.  :)   

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      xavier

      I commend you on this theory. I think it sounds very good. Let me ask you this...

      When you said you had 16 tests and 11 straight hits, would it be safe to assume that you "busted" on the other 5, meaning that you would lose $360 x 5 = $1800 on those particular tests? If that is what you are doing, then that is good news, because I just did one test in reality, and that could have just been the "bad" one...lol

      Also, are you using eve-eve/mid-mid or are you using mid-eve/eve-mid?

      AND...would you object to using the 30 draw history and then going past 10 draws playing it, and perhaps using a progression? I think it could work quite honestly.

      Cheers,

      Keith/cps10

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        Posted: May 22, 2006, 8:12 pm - IP Logged

        Hi xavier,

        I've posted the newer version of your method on Duke's site. Thanks.

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          Thanks Xavier for your method.  If I understand you correctly use the 30 day chart for 10 draws or until you hit straight.  Then, you do a new chart? 

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            xavier

            I have twice tried with SC...once Midday then once Midday-Evening. Both were in the 20s for a straight hit. Am I doing something wrong? Even though that would produce a profit, since 25 draws in break-even at Betslips.

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              Has anyone noticed my earlier comment about the fact with the 10 draw freq. and reducing the amount of numbers to play many hits seem to be in the 4th column. Can someone check this out? If i am correct than we can save a lot of money using this column alone and if we are flushed with extra cash then I would move to column 3 and add them.

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                emilyg  it was 10 last draws

                Still trying to look for whether the 10 (or 30) draws goes mid/mid or mid/eve.??  Can someone help?

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                  Thanks Xavier for your method.  If I understand you correctly use the 30 day chart for 10 draws or until you hit straight.  Then, you do a new chart? 

                  It's more like, stop on a hit within 10 draws.  If no hit, stop at 10 draws.  I also, make a new frequency chart up after each draw and have been actually running my tests one after the other.  Meaning I start with one frequency chart and create Duke combos and continuing playing this one until a hit or 10 draws whichever comes first.  Then as each draw passes I add a new set of Duke combo's and repeat the process.  So essentially I will likely be running upwards of 10 tests at once.  Hopefully that's understandable.  However, I imagine running one test and then starting a new one after you either hit or get to 10 draws without a hit will work the same. 

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                      xavier 102772,

                    Smile  What states have you tested successfully in?

                    Georgia? 

                    I have been trying the different skips there and have not figured out

                    a good one. 

                    Your method sounds good.  Thank you for sharing.

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                      xavier

                      I commend you on this theory. I think it sounds very good. Let me ask you this...

                      When you said you had 16 tests and 11 straight hits, would it be safe to assume that you "busted" on the other 5, meaning that you would lose $360 x 5 = $1800 on those particular tests? If that is what you are doing, then that is good news, because I just did one test in reality, and that could have just been the "bad" one...lol

                      Also, are you using eve-eve/mid-mid or are you using mid-eve/eve-mid?

                      AND...would you object to using the 30 draw history and then going past 10 draws playing it, and perhaps using a progression? I think it could work quite honestly.

                      Cheers,

                      Keith/cps10

                      That's right cps I did bust on 5 tests, however I pretty much expected it to happen.  However, the straight wins easily outperform the busted losses.  And yes, I think you may have just gotten one of the "bad" ones in your first test.  Do 10 tests and then you'll see.  I've actually been testing using Western Canada's Pick3 and they don't have two pick3 draws per day, only one.  However, if you're gonna test it, I'd try just testing either with just the mid or just the eve.  But while you're checking your numbers against the next 10 draws for one, check the other as well for hits.  I have noticed in other tests I've performed with the states that have two draws in a day, there is some affinity of combinations you create trying to hit one drawing that it ends up hitting in the other.  Though, like I said, just look at it.  I'm not sure I'd start making any blanket conjectures based on my statement.  I've only observed it sometimes, I haven't actually proved it. 

                      Personally, I would not go past 10 draws, as it seems to be where most of the hits are occuring.  Trying to chase past 10 draws using a progression is gonna be expensive and it it may may pan out.  And still you're gonna have to set a draw to stop at.  I believe 10 draws is an acceptable loss if it doesn't hit.  However, you can try it if you want.  I wouldn't though.   

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                        sfilipo,

                        Thank you for bringing us Duke.         

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                        I'm looking forward to testing out my home state with xavier102772's method.

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                            xavier 102772,

                          Smile  What states have you tested successfully in?

                          Georgia? 

                          I have been trying the different skips there and have not figured out

                          a good one. 

                          Your method sounds good.  Thank you for sharing.

                          Laurlye Sun Smiley

                          I would assume it'll work in any state.  I've tested something similar with frequencies of digits in about 6 or 7 states and they all seemed to perform the same.  I've only been testing Western Canada so far.  It does take a while to perform each test.  Maybe you could test Georgia.  20 tests should be sufficient.  I believe Georgia is one of the states that lotterypost recommends based on it's non-computerized drawings.  I'm inclined to side with everyone else, if you're gonna try any strategy/method, stay clear of those that are computer drawn.  It's just way too easy to "fix".  I really wouldn't doubt if all computerized drawings are rigged.  But that's just my opinion. 

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                            Has anyone noticed my earlier comment about the fact with the 10 draw freq. and reducing the amount of numbers to play many hits seem to be in the 4th column. Can someone check this out? If i am correct than we can save a lot of money using this column alone and if we are flushed with extra cash then I would move to column 3 and add them.

                            hey retxx, can you post a step by step detail of the method you are using for Duke?  Thanks.  I did notice you're other posts, however, just for clarity sake it would totally benifit everyone to know your exact method.  One other note, I haven't been tracking which column the hits I've been getting are in, however, from what I remember, most are occurring in the 2nd or 3rd column. 

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                              Has anyone noticed my earlier comment about the fact with the 10 draw freq. and reducing the amount of numbers to play many hits seem to be in the 4th column. Can someone check this out? If i am correct than we can save a lot of money using this column alone and if we are flushed with extra cash then I would move to column 3 and add them.

                              Hi retxx,

                              I haven't noticed that. It seems like the hits are pretty scattered to me.

                              Smiley Steve

                                 
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