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YESTERDAY's RESULTS:

Cost = $220 x 52 = $11,440

Winners:

CA Midday

CT Midday

IN Midday

IN Evening

KS

KY Midday

MI Midday

MO Midday

NY Midday

TN Midday

TX Midday

TX Evening

TS Midday

DC Midday

14 hits @ $900 = $12,600

PROFITS: $1,160

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    Very nice!!!!!  Does anyone have an $11K+ bankroll to get this train a chuggin'????   ROTFL 





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      THURSDAY'S NUMBERS:

      1st string4973018562
      2nd string1856249730
      Combos497493490491498495496492473470
      471478475476472430431438435436
      432401408405406402418415416412
      485486482456452462973970971978
      975976972930931938935936932901
      908905906902918915916912985986
      982956952962730731738735736732
      701708705706702718715716712785
      786782756752762301308305306302
      318315316312385386382356352362
      018015016012085086082056052062
      185186182156152162856852862562
      185186182184189187183180156152
      154159157153150162164169167163
      160124129127123120149147143140
      197193190173170130856852854859
      857853850862864869867863860824
      829827823820849847843840897893
      890873870830562564569567563560
      524529527523520549547543540597
      593590573570530624629627623620
      649647643640697693690673670630
      249247243240297293290273270230
      497493490473470430973970930730

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        So far there were 9 Midday hits from these numbers...not bad!

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          @ calabs

          Not yet...but I imagine you could get a nice pool together for it!

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            @ calabs

            Not yet...but I imagine you could get a nice pool together for it!

            Indeed!  Particularly if you're making over $1K/ day.  That's some serious change!

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              Yeah, maybe we will have to put a pool together!

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

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                So many duplicate straights.  Did you hit 2 in any state?  If not, that shows what I mean about the duplicate straights.  The ones that you missed, would you have hit if you had played one of the numbers reversed?

                Here is what I am talking about:

                497(497) 493(493) 490(490) 491(149) 498(849) 495(549) 496(649) 492(249) 473(473) 470(470) 471(147) 478(847) 475(547) 476(647) 472(247) 430(430) 431(143) 438(843) 435(543) 436(643) 432(243) 401(140) 408(840) 405(540) 406(640) 402(240) 418(184) 415(154) 416(164) 412(124) 485(854) 486(864) 482(824) 456(564) 452(524) 462(624) 973(973) 970(970) 971(197) 978(897) 975(597) 976(697) 972(297) 930(930) 931(193) 938(893) 935(593) 936(693) 932(293) 901(190) 908(890) 905(590) 906(690) 902(290) 918(189) 915(159) 916(169) 912(129) 985(859) 986(869) 982(829) 956(569) 952(529) 962(629) 730(730) 731(173) 738(873) 735(573) 736(673) 732(273) 701(170) 708(870) 705(570) 706(670) 702(270) 718(187) 715(157) 716(167) 712(127) 785(857) 786(867) 782(827) 756(567) 752(527) 762(627) 301(130) 308(830) 305(530) 306(630) 302(230) 318(183) 315(153) 316(163) 312(123) 385(853) 386(863) 382(823) 356(563) 352(523) 362(623) 018(180) 015(150) 016(160) 012(120) 085(850) 086(860) 082(820) 056(560) 052(520) 062(620) 185(185) 186(186) 182(182) 156(156) 152(152) 162(162) 856(856) 852(852) 862(862) 562(562)

                Since you are playing for a straight, IMO you are missing out on another 20 opportunites to hit a straight.

                 

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                  I agree with you JD......reverse the numbers or use some other permutation of the number to increase your chances.

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                    I didn't change it, but I would have only bet the duplicate once for a total of 220 numbers instead of 240. Now, I could go back and look at the losses and see which ones of those would have won.

                    Did we determine that the rule would be:

                    497(497) would be come 497 & 974 as our permutation?

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                      Here is what I found:


                      Kentucky 2-6-5 miss 562 twice Reverse would hit 

                           
                      New Jersey 9-7-0  Hit twice   

                       
                      New York 2-8-5  missed 852 twice Reverse no help 


                      Ohio 7-5-4  missed 475/547 


                      Texas 4-6-0 missed 406/640 


                      Virginia 6-4-5 missed 456/564

                      So, there was one that hit twice and another that would have hit, if the digits were reversed.  That is a wash!!

                       

                       

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                        I didn't change it, but I would have only bet the duplicate once for a total of 220 numbers instead of 240. Now, I could go back and look at the losses and see which ones of those would have won.

                        Did we determine that the rule would be:

                        497(497) would be come 497 & 974 as our permutation?

                        I already did that.  But, you say you are playing 220 numbers instead of 240.  Here is the count that Deflate comes up with:

                        • Results: 120

                        Tier 2
                        497(497) 493(493) 490(490) 491(149) 498(849) 495(549) 496(649) 492(249) 473(473) 470(470) 471(147) 478(847) 475(547) 476(647) 472(247) 430(430) 431(143) 438(843) 435(543) 436(643) 432(243) 401(140) 408(840) 405(540) 406(640) 402(240) 418(184) 415(154) 416(164) 412(124) 485(854) 486(864) 482(824) 456(564) 452(524) 462(624) 973(973) 970(970) 971(197) 978(897) 975(597) 976(697) 972(297) 930(930) 931(193) 938(893) 935(593) 936(693) 932(293) 901(190) 908(890) 905(590) 906(690) 902(290) 918(189) 915(159) 916(169) 912(129) 985(859) 986(869) 982(829) 956(569) 952(529) 962(629) 730(730) 731(173) 738(873) 735(573) 736(673) 732(273) 701(170) 708(870) 705(570) 706(670) 702(270) 718(187) 715(157) 716(167) 712(127) 785(857) 786(867) 782(827) 756(567) 752(527) 762(627) 301(130) 308(830) 305(530) 306(630) 302(230) 318(183) 315(153) 316(163) 312(123) 385(853) 386(863) 382(823) 356(563) 352(523) 362(623) 018(180) 015(150) 016(160) 012(120) 085(850) 086(860) 082(820) 056(560) 052(520) 062(620) 185(185) 186(186) 182(182) 156(156) 152(152) 162(162) 856(856) 852(852) 862(862) 562(562)

                        That means that if you remove ALL the numbers in parentheses, you have 120.  Where are you coming up with 220 numbers to play?????

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                          You asked:

                          Did we determine that the rule would be:

                          497(497) would be come 497 & 974 as our permutation?

                           

                          Well, I suggested we play the number reversed.  497 reversed would be 794.

                           


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                            Well....The van is broken....needs a fuel pump, so I'm home early.....

                            Trying to keep up....so I guess it's looking good so far.

                            As far as a large bankroll, I'd suggest starting at 25 cents and work your way up.

                            That would be something like $2,600 bucks or so to start. I"m easily able to do this with that small bankroll if I see this comes out strong.

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                              I didn't change it, but I would have only bet the duplicate once for a total of 220 numbers instead of 240. Now, I could go back and look at the losses and see which ones of those would have won.

                              Did we determine that the rule would be:

                              497(497) would be come 497 & 974 as our permutation?

                              I already did that.  But, you say you are playing 220 numbers instead of 240.  Here is the count that Deflate comes up with:

                              • Results: 120

                              Tier 2
                              497(497) 493(493) 490(490) 491(149) 498(849) 495(549) 496(649) 492(249) 473(473) 470(470) 471(147) 478(847) 475(547) 476(647) 472(247) 430(430) 431(143) 438(843) 435(543) 436(643) 432(243) 401(140) 408(840) 405(540) 406(640) 402(240) 418(184) 415(154) 416(164) 412(124) 485(854) 486(864) 482(824) 456(564) 452(524) 462(624) 973(973) 970(970) 971(197) 978(897) 975(597) 976(697) 972(297) 930(930) 931(193) 938(893) 935(593) 936(693) 932(293) 901(190) 908(890) 905(590) 906(690) 902(290) 918(189) 915(159) 916(169) 912(129) 985(859) 986(869) 982(829) 956(569) 952(529) 962(629) 730(730) 731(173) 738(873) 735(573) 736(673) 732(273) 701(170) 708(870) 705(570) 706(670) 702(270) 718(187) 715(157) 716(167) 712(127) 785(857) 786(867) 782(827) 756(567) 752(527) 762(627) 301(130) 308(830) 305(530) 306(630) 302(230) 318(183) 315(153) 316(163) 312(123) 385(853) 386(863) 382(823) 356(563) 352(523) 362(623) 018(180) 015(150) 016(160) 012(120) 085(850) 086(860) 082(820) 056(560) 052(520) 062(620) 185(185) 186(186) 182(182) 156(156) 152(152) 162(162) 856(856) 852(852) 862(862) 562(562)

                              That means that if you remove ALL the numbers in parentheses, you have 120.  Where are you coming up with 220 numbers to play?????

                              Now I get it.  Sometimes I am slow.  You play all the numbers even those in parentheses unless they are an EXACT duplicate.  That gives you 240 - 20 = 220.  Interesting way to do it.

                               

                                 
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