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Pick 4 - 100 numbers method

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Poway CA (San Diego County)
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Posted: June 17, 2006, 7:19 pm - IP Logged

I think I was doing the math wrong, or at least misunderstanding what Steve was saying.  I thought he said you have to win 1 out of 3 to break even.  But then he said that you could play 7 times in a row and win on the 7th and break even.  I think it is the later.  So, maybe it will work, but you are still only going to see doubles about 40% of the time and you need a good method of picking the numbers and their order to get the hit.  I am still very skeptical, but I wanted to correct what I had said earlier.

I really do want it to win!

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    Eastern Missouri
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    Posted: June 17, 2006, 7:27 pm - IP Logged

    Thank u, i'm at work now and i have to put my ideas on hold until 11.30. could u do me a favor. in the doubles program would u enter these 3467801259 and tell me if 9109 or 5737 would be a winner. trying to see if something will work for MO.

    I tested those numbers for you Best Picks and they didn't come up, however I got both numbers with 9326547108 which is low to high using the last four pick 3 draws and reversing the last cold and top hot if that makes sense. But it does seem to be working pretty good. Still need to do more back testing.

    Thank you kayee. those were p4 numbers from 6/1 & 6/2 ranked by most hit, then put in ascending order by 1st 5, then last 5. maybe should have left them as 4637819025 I'll see how that works. I'll try your way of inputting p3 numbers as well.

    4637819025 didn't work either. But I know we'll find something! Are you using paurth's hot/cold program? It's really helping me with this.

    Not using paurth's h/c but I will, just eyeballing some dates.

    Numbers.