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BOSTON
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 Posted: May 18, 2006, 11:18 am - IP Logged

can only enter 9 digits remember so last one is dropped. In Mass. there is only an evening draw so we play for the front 3 only. Sure hope post players find this a profitable system in their states. Good luck

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Did a test for the last 30 days in Florida, with a twist, and netted \$2,700.00. With my little twist it hit straight 9 out of the 30 days.

cost: \$5,400.00

won: \$8,100.00

Net: \$2,700.00

The way I enter in the numbers is to just put in last night's winning number, in the exact order, and then input the remaining numbers up to a total of 9 numbers. So if last night's number was 396, I would enter it as 396780124. The nine sets of numbers which Duke barked out,  qualified only if the first and second position were off. In ALL CASES except for one, met the stipulation above.

So here is one of the nine winners:

 Fri, Apr 21, 2006 1-4-4 Thu, Apr 20, 2006 0-3-7

037891245 was inputted and the following is what duke barked out:

280 - 493 - 517 - 371 - 154
428 - 803 - 095 - 792

As you can see the "5" in 154 was off in the second position. To cover both the first and second positions, in all nine sets would cost \$180.00 a day.

9 sets @ \$90.00 for the first position and \$90.00 for the second position = \$180.00

I'm not going to illustrate the other eight winners, cause it's too time consuming. But you get the idea.

It comes out to \$90.00 a day in net profit.

I'll have to do a 6 month test which will probably take me a week, and see if this is just a temporary trend or something worth looking into.

The good news is what I mentioned before. 9 out of 10 qualifiers were off in the first and second positions only. Less money spent, than having to cover all three positions, and wouldn't be profitable.

The one that didn't qualify was off in the third position.

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Pac - I understand how you get the first set of numbers, but I'm not clear on how you cover the 1st and 2nd positions.  Can you give an example?

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Pac - I understand how you get the first set of numbers, but I'm not clear on how you cover the 1st and 2nd positions.  Can you give an example?

me,too please

love to nibble those micey feet.

Blundering Time Traveler

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Hi Silipio. Thanks for the tool, and mindbender! I look forward to really getting into it. Thanks for all your very generous tools, and sharing your Pik 3 method.

Kola

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Pac,

Just a thought here.

Reverse the 1st Position and 3rd Position.

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Sorry, I should have explained. Let's say the 9 sets that Duke barks out is for example: 296  316  694  761  980  453  317  125 416.

To cover the first two positions for each of the nine sets you need to cover every possibility.....so..

296:

096  196  296  396  496  596  696  796  896  996....First position.

206  216  226  236  246  256  266  276  286  296...second position.

Do this for the remaining 8 sets. This way, if any position in the first or second is off, you've got them covered.

In my example of 154, the 5 was off, because the next day's winner was 144, so I cover every possible combo.

054  154  254  354  454  554  654  754  854  954..first position.

104  114  124  134  144  154  164  174  184  194..second position.

I would have won on 144.

That's 20 bucks for each set times 9 = \$180.00 a day.

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Pac,

Just a thought here.

Reverse the 1st Position and 3rd Position.

Does it pay off more?

Thanx....

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Is there anyone out there who can put this in a program and back test it a year or more. To do a month's worth takes me about a half an hour, without outside interruptions in this house. I think a program can do it in about 3 seconds. LOL>>>

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 Posted: May 18, 2006, 6:41 pm - IP Logged

last nights test came out on todays mid. I am using combined draws anyhow.
Duke test
S.C. eve thur 5/18

693 - 471 - 815 - 651 - 639
419 - 431 - 873 - 071

143 - 921 - 365 - 101 - 189
969 - 981 - 323 - 521

198 - 976 - 310 - 156 - 134
914 - 936 - 378 - 576

MAGA

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Pac,

You're doing an awesome job!!! You're brilliant!!!

Steve

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Thanx.

I just figure that if someone who uses 10 billion neurons, firing simultaneously, at any given moment, should be able to find discrepencies within any particular system, in order to narrow down the combos as much as possible...Ya Know????

At the end though, so far, my hyperbelee has not been justified by the laws of both physics and lottery officials tampering with the rotaion thing process, which drives my blood pressure up very high.

If you keep doing rehearsals of the drawing 5 or 6 times before the actual drawing, you're screwing up the natural rotation in real life.

It's like planting a seed in the wrong season. And harvesting in the very cold land, snow frosted meadows......

roseville, MI
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 Posted: May 18, 2006, 7:11 pm - IP Logged

Works really well In Michigan Thank you again I use alot of your software.....

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 Posted: May 18, 2006, 7:13 pm - IP Logged

Some other skips which are cyclical are...

7, 4, and 1 > 120 degrees

9, 5, and 1 (rather than 10, 5, 1) > 90 degrees

13, 7, and 1 > 60 degrees

17, 9, and 1 > 45 degrees (the default skip)

25, 13, and 1 > 22.5 degrees

49, 25, and 1 > 15 degrees

Steve

roseville, MI
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 Posted: May 18, 2006, 7:15 pm - IP Logged

last nights test came out on todays mid. I am using combined draws anyhow.
Duke test
S.C. eve thur 5/18

693 - 471 - 815 - 651 - 639
419 - 431 - 873 - 071

143 - 921 - 365 - 101 - 189
969 - 981 - 323 - 521

198 - 976 - 310 - 156 - 134
914 - 936 - 378 - 576

jap same thing works for Michigan....Run the midday workout for evening hit Michigan 3 draws in a row and 2 were str.......so after the midday today i ran the program on the first two tiers usually to gets the hit.

ALL IN!

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