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The Profitable Double System

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Posted: June 23, 2006, 7:52 am - IP Logged

I did a back test for the last 30 days here in Florida and netted $5,094.00. That's just for one month.

Cost: $2,106.00

Won: $7,200.00

Net: 7200 minus the cost of 2106 = $5,094.00

Not too shabby for one month.

It's an incredibly easy system to use.

 

Thu, Jun 22, 20061-0-9
Wed, Jun 21, 20062-2-5
Tue, Jun 20, 20060-5-2
Mon, Jun 19, 20061-7-4
Sun, Jun 18, 20064-4-8
Sat, Jun 17, 20065-3-4
Fri, Jun 16, 20060-7-2
Thu, Jun 15, 20063-0-4
Wed, Jun 14, 20064-2-4
Tue, Jun 13, 20062-4-4
Mon, Jun 12, 20062-5-3
Sun, Jun 11, 20064-9-5
Sat, Jun 10, 20065-3-0
Fri, Jun 9, 20065-1-8
Thu, Jun 8, 20069-0-9
Wed, Jun 7, 20062-3-8
Tue, Jun 6, 20061-6-7
Mon, Jun 5, 20062-2-4
Sun, Jun 4, 20069-1-4
Sat, Jun 3, 20061-8-4
Fri, Jun 2, 20065-7-8
Thu, Jun 1, 20069-1-8
Wed, May 31, 20061-8-3
Tue, May 30, 20060-6-3
Mon, May 29, 20064-3-9
Sun, May 28, 20069-9-1
Sat, May 27, 20062-8-9
Fri, May 26, 20069-4-2
Thu, May 25, 20062-4-4
Wed, May 24, 20067-4-7

 

 

If you look at Wed, May 24, 2006...You'll see the number 747.

Since the "smart money" is the repeater, any number that matches 4 or 7 the following day, and if it's a double wins. To cover all possible doubles from a double like 747 amounts to 54 combos. To cover all doubles of a no match, the cost will be 81 combos. Those two amounts...54 and 81 are all combos minus any triples.... (No Triples Allowed). Those 2 numbers never change. The only exception is if the previous night's number was a triple. Then the total combos to cover one number would be 27.

So here's the workout....

For 747, we have the following combos to play for the following night's drawing. We're hoping that the next day's drawing will be a double, and have atleast one of the previous night's numbers. So if a 4 or a 7 shows up the next day, and it's a double, you win.

044  144  244  344  544  644  744  844  944

404  414  424  434  454  464  474  484  494

440  441  442  443  445  446  447  448  449

 

077  177  277  377  477  577  677  877  977

707  717  727  737  747  757  767  787  797

770  771  772  773  774  775  776  778  779

A total of 54 combos.

We can clearly see that we have a winner the next day with 244.

Using the exact formula above for a no match number will yield 81 combos.

It obviously costs less to cover two numbers, like a double, than a no match like 123.

The total cost to play the last 30 days in Florida was:

Doubles qualifiers = total was 9 times equals $486.00...54 combos times 9 = $486.00

No match qualifiers = total was 20 times equals $1,620.00....81 combos times 20 = $1,620.00

1620 plus 486 equals $2,106.00 in cost.

I won 8 times with the online payout of $900.00 equals $7,200.00

7200 minus 2106 equals a net profit of $5,094.00

That's $1,273.50 a week net profit......

You might consider a skip intergration with this system. In other words, you might want to stop playing after 4 or 5 doubles in a row, or wait until 4 or 5 no matches appear consecutively before playing. This will reduce the cost of playing, but it can also have the potential to miss wins. Tweak it as you may, but remember, the wins above were played with no skips whatsoever.

Try a test in your state and see.

Good luck.

P.S. I might have to do a year's test to see if this is profitable in the long run.

 

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    Posted: June 23, 2006, 8:07 am - IP Logged

    Looks good Pac. You keep bringing great ideas to the table to test. You would change numbers daily, correct?

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      Posted: June 23, 2006, 8:10 am - IP Logged

      Looks good Pac. You keep bringing great ideas to the table to test. You would change numbers daily, correct?

      Yes....unless the next day had the same set to show up. It has happened in the past, but it's extremely rare.

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        Posted: June 23, 2006, 8:11 am - IP Logged

        Pac

        One thing I did notice was that you didn't include other doubles involving the key number. In other words,

        with 4 & 7, you didn't have the following:

        400 411 422 433 455 466 488 499

        700 711 722 733 755 766 788 799

        You would obviously eliminate duplicates for any situation. So you would either be adding 16 more combos per day or 21 combos per day, depending on if you have 2 or 3 key numbers.

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          Posted: June 23, 2006, 8:22 am - IP Logged

          Pac

          One thing I did notice was that you didn't include other doubles involving the key number. In other words,

          with 4 & 7, you didn't have the following:

          400 411 422 433 455 466 488 499

          700 711 722 733 755 766 788 799

          You would obviously eliminate duplicates for any situation. So you would either be adding 16 more combos per day or 21 combos per day, depending on if you have 2 or 3 key numbers.

          I don't think that's correct, because we are looking for the 4 or the 7 to come out as a double.

          All we want is to cover 0-9 in the first, second, and third positions. 

          If double 00's show up the next day as your example shows above with 400, then we would have played the number "0" as the key number. If the night before's numbers had no "0's", then we don't even bother using it.

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            Okay, I understand that. If that is the case, I only see 5 wins for FL for that month. Maybe I am missing a couple?

            Regardless, that would be wins = $4500, losses = $2106; Profits = $2394

            Not a bad month.

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              Okay, I understand that. If that is the case, I only see 5 wins for FL for that month. Maybe I am missing a couple?

              Regardless, that would be wins = $4500, losses = $2106; Profits = $2394

              Not a bad month.

              May 25-winner

              May 26-winner

              May 28-winner

              June 5-winner

              June 13-winner

              June 14-winner

              June 18-winner

              June 21-winner

              Total of 8 hits.


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                Posted: June 23, 2006, 8:36 am - IP Logged

                Okay, I understand that. If that is the case, I only see 5 wins for FL for that month. Maybe I am missing a couple?

                Regardless, that would be wins = $4500, losses = $2106; Profits = $2394

                Not a bad month.

                May 25-winner

                May 26-winner

                May 28-winner

                June 5-winner

                June 13-winner

                June 14-winner

                June 18-winner

                June 21-winner

                Total of 8 hits.

                Oops, I made a mistake. Only 7 hits.

                May 26 was not a winner.

                So $4,194.00 total net.

                I'm glad you saw that cps. Good eyes....LOL


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                  Posted: June 23, 2006, 8:40 am - IP Logged

                  Oops I just saw another one.....June 5 was not a winner. I think you may be right on the 5 hits.LOL

                  And June 13 also.

                  So 5 hits total.

                  So $2,394 total net. Still not bad.

                  You're right...

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                    June 13 & June 5 are what I was talking about ... the key numbers were 2 5 3 for the 13th, however, double 4's came up, even though it was 244. That shouldn't be counted, right? Same phenomenon for June 5th.

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                      Posted: June 23, 2006, 8:44 am - IP Logged

                      I just saw them. Thanx for the heads up.

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                        No problem. I did tests on SC Evening - profitable for about $750; SC Midday - profitable for about $650. OHIO - where I am going today - lost about $4k between the two different draws.

                        I would be interested in how much it would cost to add those other numbers I suggested, or perhaps incorporating a skip system whereby either (a) wait for 4 draws or so before playing OR (b) waiting for 2 or 3 doubles losses before playing again.

                        With (b), what I mean is that when 2 or 3 doubles show that would not have won with the criteria that you set, then start playing then.

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                          So Ohio was a bust?

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                            It is early in the morning for me, so I have not completely digested what has been said here, but I will try it with box bets.  After all, a box double pays $75 for a 25 cent ticket!  Then you have only 20 numbers to play.

                            Thanks Pac for the heads up on this.

                             

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                              Ohio was a bust...will have to evaluate how to deal with "problem" states like them.

                              CD, could you also incorporate the change I suggested? I would be interested to see how that turns up.

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