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The Perfect Pick 3 Wrapdown and the Phase Method for Hits

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Blundering Time Traveler

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Posted: July 29, 2006, 3:34 pm - IP Logged

Not M. K. ,
he just waits until it gets written, then his side kick (or side show?) picks it up, then copy it and sells it

cheers
Ricky

Hmm... Quite disconcerting. Thanks Ricky.

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    Posted: July 29, 2006, 4:14 pm - IP Logged

    Have'nt read/examined this post yet, but I love your

    tenacity.And we know its

    the ingredient for a breakthrough.

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      Posted: July 29, 2006, 4:25 pm - IP Logged

      Have'nt read/examined this post yet, but I love your

      tenacity.And we know its

      the ingredient for a breakthrough.

      Thanks Blackapple. The Sum and Root Sum portion of this method is the key. I thank you for posting on one of my earlier threads to pay attention to the sums and roots. It has paid off.

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        I see that you may leave things out

        by mistake, I do that,signs of a quick mind,blazing

        insights. 

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          Posted: July 29, 2006, 4:50 pm - IP Logged

          I see that you may leave things out

          by mistake, I do that,signs of a quick mind,blazing

          insights. 

          Thanks BA.

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            Posted: July 29, 2006, 5:12 pm - IP Logged

            HI KOLA

            THANK YOU FOR THE WONDERFUL SYSTEM THE SYSTEM SEEMS TO VERY INTERESTING ON THE WRAP DOWN METHOD TO HELP ONE FIND THE CLUSTER. I AM TRYING TO GIVE IT A TRY FOR ILLINOIS WHAT NUMBER ARE YOU ADDIND TO WHAT BECAUSE WHEN I  ADDED THE

            74+ 185+296+407+518+629+740+851+962=4662 THIS IS THE FIGURE I COME UP WITH. AFTER DIVDING 750/12=625 +861/15=574+972/18+54

            WHAT STEP IS NEXT? HOW DID YOU THE 173.9?

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              Blundering Time Traveler

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              Posted: July 29, 2006, 8:18 pm - IP Logged

              HI KOLA

              THANK YOU FOR THE WONDERFUL SYSTEM THE SYSTEM SEEMS TO VERY INTERESTING ON THE WRAP DOWN METHOD TO HELP ONE FIND THE CLUSTER. I AM TRYING TO GIVE IT A TRY FOR ILLINOIS WHAT NUMBER ARE YOU ADDIND TO WHAT BECAUSE WHEN I  ADDED THE

              74+ 185+296+407+518+629+740+851+962=4662 THIS IS THE FIGURE I COME UP WITH. AFTER DIVDING 750/12=625 +861/15=574+972/18+54

              WHAT STEP IS NEXT? HOW DID YOU THE 173.9?

                                                                                FRISKY

              Hi Frisky, thanks for your compliments.

              I hope that you are referring to a backtest. Take your time, and carefully re-read my posts to get a good grasp on it. Please don't begin to play what I posted until you have tested and tweaked it to see how it works

              I don't really understand your question. Please ask again and be as detailed as you can.  What draws are you using, and which method out of the couple I posted are you referring?

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                Posted: July 30, 2006, 2:13 am - IP Logged

                hey kola what is mirror numbers and equal of a number. pm me. thanks.

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                  Posted: July 30, 2006, 9:39 am - IP Logged

                  Hi,Coke-A-Kola!!

                  Just one question. When you talk about adding the 2 drawings together using "lottery math", I just need to know what that means. I must've missed something somewhere.

                  Thanks in advance!!

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                    Posted: July 30, 2006, 10:17 am - IP Logged

                    Ohhhhh...my head is spinning!! Math math math!

                    Great ideas Kola.

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

                    Stooges

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                      Posted: July 30, 2006, 11:30 am - IP Logged

                      Hi,Coke-A-Kola!!

                      Just one question. When you talk about adding the 2 drawings together using "lottery math", I just need to know what that means. I must've missed something somewhere.

                      Thanks in advance!!

                      Ha, I got called that all through my growing up!

                      Lottery math is when you don't carry over in your addition.

                      Example:

                      In regular math - 297 + 294 = 591

                      In lottery math - 297 + 294 = 481. There was no carry over.

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                      With the methods I posted, the only place you would use lottery math is when you add up the two last draws to produce the number for the wrapdown or Spawn wrap as I call it. Sorry for the cheesy names, but it helps to codify and organize my workouts.

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                        Posted: July 30, 2006, 11:31 am - IP Logged

                        HI what i need is an example of your 3 steps to use using my last 2 draws here in Mass. if you do not mind helping me out. It may also help others watching this post so here is the last draw(164) and second last draw was (676). Thanks for your help.

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                          Posted: July 30, 2006, 11:32 am - IP Logged

                          Ohhhhh...my head is spinning!! Math math math!

                          Great ideas Kola.

                          Thanks cps10.

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                            Gotcha! Thanks for clearing that up!!

                            PS: I figured you'd heard that one before. It was just too irresitable!  Wink 

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                              Posted: July 30, 2006, 3:00 pm - IP Logged

                              HI what i need is an example of your 3 steps to use using my last 2 draws here in Mass. if you do not mind helping me out. It may also help others watching this post so here is the last draw(164) and second last draw was (676). Thanks for your help.

                              Hi retxx.

                              I don't mind helping you out, but can not do it using those draws, because they are in reality 2/3 of the pick 4 draws

                               Massachusets currently has no Pick 3.

                              I haven't explored using the Pick 3 method on the Pick 4. Also, I did say that I have a Pick 4 version thats in development, but that is going s-l-o-w-l-y, because I'm focused on the Pick 3 right now. Once that is done using some of what I posted, the Pick 4 won't be too difficult. Even though the Pick 4 method will fundamentally be the same as the Pick 3, they are still different, and I have to honor that. The Sums, and root sums of the "Perfect Pick 4 wrapdown" are particular to its 4-numbered game structure.

                              Maybe you can use the ongoing example I posted in the beginning of this thread as the template and ask any questions based on that. I promise you that the techniques used on that example are transferable. If thats still not too helpful then post your Pick 3 numbers to workout in the form of the last draw, second to last draw, and the winning number. I need all three to better elucidate my methods.

                              Again, the only thing is to play around with the sums and root sums of the wrap. The way I did them will not always bear the result. Often times you will be close, and sometimes not at all. But you find that if you play around with the roots and sums of the wrapdown, you will get a close answer. You have to manipulate them in different ways. These are the nuances I wanted to master before posting these methods. Its all currently still in progress. I thought that the brilliant minds on this forum, would find it useful, and  would give it a good shake up, and hopefully take it to the stratosphere, if at all possible.