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RJOh's avatar - chipmunk
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Posted: July 10, 2006, 9:01 pm - IP Logged

Stefan,

I think your comment illustrates one the most unused resource that most lottery players have, their ability to think.  They have instead provided lots of work for people who like to write lottery programs.  I seldom play the pick3 or pick4 games so I didn't use your tool but I'm sure the members who do appreciated what you did very much.  I'm convinced that players who have a unique idea and want it in a lottery program are going to have to learn to program or be willing to pay someone to do it because there are more players with ideas than there are people as generous as you and Todd who are willing to spend time writing lottery programs for free.  Good luck to you.

RJOh

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    I appreciate your efforts, however, it doesen't mean people aren't thankful, just because they don't respond to your thread. Not speaking for anyone else but me, I've read this post a few times over, trying to understand the usage of the tool, and I'm having trouble understanding what to do. This doesen't mean I'm unappreciative. And I think many others might feel the same way.

    Great Job.

    P.S. Nice mountain graphic....lol

    That's the whole point, Pacattack. If you're trying to understand the usage of this tool, or if you're having trouble to understand what to do, then what better way is there than to ask your questions right here. If others feel the same way, then I kindly invite them to join this discussion thread as well. I am sure that many of the ones who were so kind to share their ideas about this tool, and myself of course, are more than willing to help you out. Moreover, your questions will help other people as well. Isn't that the whole idea of this wonderful lottery forum ? So why running away from things ?

    Anyway, thank you for sharing your thoughts. Who knows, maybe this is your first step into future success !

    Best regards,

    Stefan

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      Hi Guys (Stefan and Todd) 

      I'm impressed with both (Stefan and Todd) of your abilities to put together such extraordinary sites. I feel like i'm in the presence of greatness. It takes so much imagination, skill and vision to come up with these incredible sites. I can only humbly thank you Todd, for making this site available and you Stefan for coming up with such a user friendly and effective tool.

      Thanks guys,

      Lady FrankieH 

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        Since most tools are means of extracting the "essentials"

        The  mind(the hands) of

        skilled predictor could calibrate

        the tools' use for each situation.Plumbers

        don't do by-pass surgery.

        One must develop an eye

        for prediction

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          Thank blackapple! That was deep! Thanks again friend.

          Lady FrankieH 

           

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            Posted: July 12, 2006, 2:56 pm - IP Logged

            Good News,

            My sister not only gave me my pick 3 winnings, but bought me a belated birthday gift! It's Karma! I'm showing her how to use this system so she can make her own predictions! 

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              Just a quick "thank you"-note to these 29 nice folks at lotterypost who not only took the effort to participate in this thread, but didn't mind to share their findings with the ones who didn't participate :

              "4mybrdz, alexiega, bellyache, budward, CalifDude, CARBOB, cps10, csenior, emilyg, Fibonacci, FrankieH, kayee, LANTERN, LottoChica23, msmusic, paint1, paurths, payne, psykomo, ram, reddog, richm17087, Rick G, Suja, takeitez, tntea, Todd, truecritic and WIN D : Thank you very much for trying out this brand new tool, and for the incredibly positive comments."

              Now, for those who are still reluctant to share their findings with others, let me explain something to you...

              I made this tool freely available to the online lottery community. It doesn't cost you a single penny to try it out or to further use it! Now, the big question remains... how much did it cost me ? Well, that's a bit hard to figure it out since I created this tool in my free time and did everything myself : the thinking process, the programming, the website-layout, etc...

              Now, just out of curiosity, last week, I went to 3 "professional" software-houses in Belgium, explained them what I wanted (I basically told them how my tool should look like without letting them know that the tool already was created by myself) and asked them for a quick estimate on how much a tool like that would cost. The cheapest one (a small company with only 2 employees)estimated it at 15,000$, the most expensive one estimated it at 33,000$. Now the big surprise is this... These estimates did not include any of the "thinking work" since I showed them an rough blueprint on how my website and the tool should look like. So go figure it out how much this tool is worth.

              Nevertheless, I am glad I made 29 (non-selfish) people extremely happy with this wonderful tool. Thank you once more !!!!!!!!

              Stefan

              P.S. Those who are with me...

              stefan - always with you.  you make me think of my daughter - stefanie.

              keep sharing - emily  (emilia)

              love to nibble those micey feet.

               

                                           

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                Posted: July 12, 2006, 3:36 pm - IP Logged

                Stefan

                (Some) people are just not aware of prices that others would charge to do what you did.  (Some) people think programming is about as easy as pushing a few buttons and the programming just pops out.  I hope many will read your message and not just take any of the tools here, especially yours, Stefan, for granted.

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                  Stefan

                  (Some) people are just not aware of prices that others would charge to do what you did.  (Some) people think programming is about as easy as pushing a few buttons and the programming just pops out.  I hope many will read your message and not just take any of the tools here, especially yours, Stefan, for granted.

                  I'll be sounding like a broken record but I don't care. Most of the time we spend looking at hot and cold digits, not pairings, high vs. low, odd vs. even. This one page program can do it all visually for you and you can tweak your combinations down to the amount you can afford to play. Using it for comparison of past history to current history is invaluable as well.

                  Using the method I described in a post above I posted 028 and 246 for last night's IL draw. The result was 462. Two picks, one win. Any newbies to the game or people floundering for a pick 3 win (like I have been before this thread) would benefit from experimenting with this program.

                  Thanks again, Stefan...we all appreciate your hard work...believe me. (I only played that 028 last night for budget reasons but anyone with a buck more than me would have had $40.00 for a $2.00 bet. Can't beat that).

                  Posted 4/6:  IL Pick 3 midday and evening until they hit:  555, 347 (str8).


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                    Stefan

                    (Some) people are just not aware of prices that others would charge to do what you did.  (Some) people think programming is about as easy as pushing a few buttons and the programming just pops out.  I hope many will read your message and not just take any of the tools here, especially yours, Stefan, for granted.

                    I'll be sounding like a broken record but I don't care. Most of the time we spend looking at hot and cold digits, not pairings, high vs. low, odd vs. even. This one page program can do it all visually for you and you can tweak your combinations down to the amount you can afford to play. Using it for comparison of past history to current history is invaluable as well.

                    Using the method I described in a post above I posted 028 and 246 for last night's IL draw. The result was 462. Two picks, one win. Any newbies to the game or people floundering for a pick 3 win (like I have been before this thread) would benefit from experimenting with this program.

                    Thanks again, Stefan...we all appreciate your hard work...believe me. (I only played that 028 last night for budget reasons but anyone with a buck more than me would have had $40.00 for a $2.00 bet. Can't beat that).

                    Well said Rick! I know if i would have run into a system like this (that WASN'T) for free, i would have happily paid for it because of the impressive results!

                    At this rate, it won't be long before i can buy a premium membership with Lottery Post!

                    Cheers!

                    Lady FrankieH 

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                      Unmasked: 220
                      CCC
                      CCM
                      CCH
                      CMM
                      CMH
                      MMM
                      MMH
                      CHH
                      MHH
                      HHH
                      Standard colors
                      0
                      0
                      0
                      0
                      0
                      220
                      0
                      0
                      0
                      0
                      Highlighted
                      0
                      0
                      0
                      0
                      0
                      0
                      0
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                      what is this part of chart used for?

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                        Hey Stefan;

                        I played with your system 3 times; if I know how to use it better like Ricky, I am sure I could win daily. So thanks for the great tool, and "God save Queen beautrice."

                        Cheers,

                        Woody2l

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                          Hi Tntea,
                          Thanks for your question and thank you for using my free program on pick 3 stats.com.
                          Let me give you an example
                          Step 1 : Enter past draw history :  767 563 454 418 655 026 439 992 652 034 (this is just an example)
                          Step 2 : Hit the “GO”-button
                          Step 3 : Look at the “digits”-stats. Lower than normal values are listed in blue (cold), higher than normal values are listed in red (hot). Normal values are listed in black
                          Digits
                          0 = 2
                          1 = 1
                          2 = 3
                          3 = 3
                          4 = 5
                          5 = 5
                          6 = 5
                          7 = 2
                          8 = 1
                          9 = 3
                          Step 4 : Assign a status to each of the 10 digits by means of its representing drop down menu
                          0 = cold
                          1 = cold
                          2
                          3
                          4 = hot
                          5 = hot
                          6 = hot
                          7 = cold
                          8 = cold
                          9

                          Step 5 : Look at the grapgh now and notice the colors. Combinations that are more cold than hot are light-yellow, combinations that are more hot than cold are light-red. In-between combinations remain light-green

                                       
                          444
                          445
                          455
                          555
                                      
                                      
                          344
                          345
                          355
                          446
                          456
                          556
                                     
                                     
                          334
                          335
                          336
                          346
                          356
                          447
                          466
                          566
                                    
                                    
                          333
                          244
                          245
                          255
                          337
                          347
                          366
                          457
                          557
                          666
                                   
                                    
                          234
                          235
                          236
                          246
                          256
                          338
                          357
                          448
                          467
                          567
                                   
                                   
                          233
                          225
                          226
                          227
                          237
                          247
                          266
                          348
                          367
                          458
                          558
                          667
                                  
                                   
                          224
                          144
                          145
                          155
                          228
                          238
                          257
                          339
                          358
                          449
                          477
                          577
                                  
                                  
                          223
                          134
                          135
                          136
                          146
                          156
                          229
                          248
                          267
                          349
                          377
                          468
                          568
                          677
                                 
                                 
                          222
                          133
                          125
                          126
                          127
                          137
                          147
                          166
                          239
                          258
                          277
                          368
                          459
                          559
                          668
                          777
                                
                                 
                          123
                          124
                          116
                          117
                          118
                          128
                          138
                          157
                          167
                          249
                          268
                          359
                          378
                          478
                          578
                          678
                                
                                
                          122
                          114
                          115
                          044
                          045
                          055
                          119
                          129
                          148
                          158
                          177
                          259
                          278
                          369
                          469
                          569
                          669
                          778
                               
                               
                          112
                          113
                          033
                          034
                          035
                          036
                          046
                          056
                          066
                          139
                          149
                          168
                          178
                          269
                          288
                          388
                          488
                          588
                          688
                          779
                              
                              
                          111
                          022
                          023
                          024
                          025
                          026
                          027
                          037
                          047
                          057
                          067
                          077
                          159
                          169
                          188
                          279
                          379
                          479
                          579
                          679
                          788
                          888
                             
                             
                          011
                          012
                          013
                          014
                          015
                          016
                          017
                          018
                          028
                          038
                          048
                          058
                          068
                          078
                          088
                          179
                          189
                          289
                          389
                          489
                          589
                          689
                          789
                          889
                            
                           
                          000
                          001
                          002
                          003
                          004
                          005
                          006
                          007
                          008
                          009
                          019
                          029
                          039
                          049
                          059
                          069
                          079
                          089
                          099
                          199
                          299
                          399
                          499
                          599
                          699
                          799
                          899
                          999

                          Step 6 : As you know, the graph displays all 220 (boxed) pick 3 combinations. Now look at the cold-medium-hot table now. The program counts automatically how many of the 220 combinations have 3 cold digits (CCC=20), 2 cold digits and 1 medium digit (CCM=30), etc…

                          Step 7 : Now, imagine that you are confident that the next draw will either be 2 cold digits and 1 hot digit (CCH), or 2 hot digits and 1 cold digit  (CHH)
                          Simply mask all groups that are different from CCH and CHH

                          Step 8 : Look at the graph again. Only those combinations that are CCH or CHH are visible. The output box gives you a summary

                                       
                          444
                          445
                          455
                          555
                                      
                                      
                          344
                          345
                          355
                          446
                          456
                          556
                                     
                                     
                          334
                          335
                          336
                          346
                          356
                          447
                          466
                          566
                                    
                                    
                          333
                          244
                          245
                          255
                          337
                          347
                          366
                          457
                          557
                          666
                                   
                                    
                          234
                          235
                          236
                          246
                          256
                          338
                          357
                          448
                          467
                          567
                                   
                                   
                          233
                          225
                          226
                          227
                          237
                          247
                          266
                          348
                          367
                          458
                          558
                          667
                                  
                                   
                          224
                          144
                          145
                          155
                          228
                          238
                          257
                          339
                          358
                          449
                          477
                          577
                                  
                                  
                          223
                          134
                          135
                          136
                          146
                          156
                          229
                          248
                          267
                          349
                          377
                          468
                          568
                          677
                                 
                                 
                          222
                          133
                          125
                          126
                          127
                          137
                          147
                          166
                          239
                          258
                          277
                          368
                          459
                          559
                          668
                          777
                                
                                 
                          123
                          124
                          116
                          117
                          118
                          128
                          138
                          157
                          167
                          249
                          268
                          359
                          378
                          478
                          578
                          678
                                
                                
                          122
                          114
                          115
                          044
                          045
                          055
                          119
                          129
                          148
                          158
                          177
                          259
                          278
                          369
                          469
                          569
                          669
                          778
                               
                               
                          112
                          113
                          033
                          034
                          035
                          036
                          046
                          056
                          066
                          139
                          149
                          168
                          178
                          269
                          288
                          388
                          488
                          588
                          688
                          779
                              
                              
                          111
                          022
                          023
                          024
                          025
                          026
                          027
                          037
                          047
                          057
                          067
                          077
                          159
                          169
                          188
                          279
                          379
                          479
                          579
                          679
                          788
                          888
                             
                             
                          011
                          012
                          013
                          014
                          015
                          016
                          017
                          018
                          028
                          038
                          048
                          058
                          068
                          078
                          088
                          179
                          189
                          289
                          389
                          489
                          589
                          689
                          789
                          889
                            
                           
                          000
                          001
                          002
                          003
                          004
                          005
                          006
                          007
                          008
                          009
                          019
                          029
                          039
                          049
                          059
                          069
                          079
                          089
                          099
                          199
                          299
                          399
                          499
                          599
                          699
                          799
                          899
                          999

                          Hope this helped you out !

                          Stefan

                           

                           

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                            Sorry that the colors on the graphs from my previous post didn't work out. Perform the steps like I explained them and you'll see what I meant !

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                              just wanted to say that this post and PROGRAM is great!!!!it really help narrow down your selections...i usually play about $40 a week in new jersey..i didn't play this week though..i would have won $258 if i did...thanks for the tool stefan...

                              mike

                                 
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