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UPDATED Evening Grids...all official for tonight EXCEPT the brown colored square states (will work on these at lunchtime):

 

Evening Games
Arizona (E)H2H5    20
California (E)H5H8V9   30
Connecticut (E)H11     10
Delaware (E)H2H8    20
Florida (E)H2V2V10   32
Georgia (E)V5     12
Idaho (E)H1H9V8    
Illinois (E)H2H4     
Indiana (E)H8     10
Kansas (E)H11V2    21
Kentucky (E)H1      
Louisiana (E)H7V2    21
Maryland (E)H2H8    20
Michigan (E)H2H10    20
Minnesota (E)H3H7V9   30
Missouri (E)H7V9    21
Nebraska (E)H3H6V1   30
New Jersey (E)V2     12
New Mexico (E)H4H9    20
New York (E)H8V3V5   32
Ohio (E)H8V9    21
Oklahoma (E)H9H12V4H7  40
Pennsylvania (E)H12V2    21
Puerto Rico (E)V2     12
South Carolina (E)V3     12
Tennessee (E)H3H4V6   30
Texas (E)H2H4H6H7H9V957
Tri-State (E)H2H10V4V7  40
Virginia (E)H8V6    21
Washington (E)H5V10    21
Washington, D.C. (E)H11V4    21
West Virginia (E)H8H10    20
Wisconsin (E)H7V2V3V6  43

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    Updated standings:

     

    Start Date8/4/2006Eve
    Last Update8/29/2006Eve
    Totals
    Arizona (E)$36 $54 $36 $120    $246
    California (M)$87 $18 $140 $102    $347
    California (E)$90       $90
    Connecticut (M)$86 $129 $140 $120 $120 $87  $682
    Connecticut (E)$45 $126      $171
    Delaware (M)$76 $6 $33 $60 $50   $225
    Delaware (E)$120       $120
    Florida (E)       $0
    Georgia (M)$66       $66
    Georgia (E)$130 $26      $156
    Idaho (E)$84 $30 $20 $72 $120 $33  $359
    Illinois (M)$120 $59      $179
    Illinois (E)$114 $80 $90 $120 $80   $484
    Indiana (M)$93 $50 $54 $33 $60 $72 $129 $491
    Indiana (E)$30 $130 $140     $300
    Kansas (E)$120 $90 $15     $225
    Kentucky (M)$94 $54      $148
    Kentucky (E)$54 $30 $90 $50 $120   $344
    Louisiana (E)$24       $24
    Tri-State (M)$90 $70 $111 $30 $94 $60  $455
    Tri-State (E)$33 $60 $106     $199
    Maryland (M)$36 $100 $110 $120 $30 $100  $496
    Maryland (E)$60 $45 $66 $130    $301
    Michigan (M)$50 $10 $54     $114
    Michigan (E)$90 $111 $60 $111 $120   $492
    Minnesota (E)$6 $30 $30     $66
    Missouri (M)$105 $120 $10 $108    $343
    Missouri (E)$110 $90 $100 $24    $324
    Nebraska (E)$72 $30 $20 $90    $212
    New Jersey (M)$90 $87 $119     $296
    New Jersey (E)$10 $130      $140
    New Mexico (E)$30 $60 $10     $100
    New York (M)$105 $102      $207
    New York (E)$66 $6      $72
    Ohio (M)$36 $54 $100 $60    $250
    Ohio (E)$48       $48
    Oklahoma (E)$100 $86 $54 $10    $250
    Pennsylvania (M)$111 $90 $30 $90    $321
    Pennsylvania (E)$40 $90      $130
    Puerto Rico (E)$126       $126
    South Carolina (M)$12 $64 $85     $161
    South Carolina (E)$130 $130 $70 $120 $108   $558
    Tennessee (M)       $0
    Tennessee (E)$86 $94 $66 $105 $120   $471
    Texas (M)$40 $66 $72     $178
    Texas (E)       $0
    Virginia (M)$72 $60 $130 $60 $50   $372
    Virginia (E)$102 $120      $222
    Washington (E)       $0
    Washington DC (M)$111 $90 $22     $223
    Washington DC (E)$78 $108      $186
    West Virginia (E)$6 $90 $30     $126
    Wisconsin (E)$98       $98
    $12,194

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      The Top 10:

       

      StateWinsPrevious
      1. Connecticut (M)$682 1
      2. South Carolina (E)$558 2
      3. Maryland (M)$496 3
      4. Michigan (E)$492 4
      5. Indiana (M)$491 5
      6. Illinois (E)$484 7
      7. Tennessee (E)$471 6
      8. Tri-State (M)$455 8
      9. Virginia (M)$372 9
      10. Idaho (E)$359 10

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        Progression (Doubling) gambling can work, if you are able to win at least every so often and if you have enough money to start doing it.

        The ammount of combos played most be kept as low as possible and still be able to win often enough in order to make a good enough profit or a profit at all.

        But there most be a good balance between the number of combos played, how often you win and how much profit you make and in which ammount of time you make that profit.

        For some people, even me, that might be the way to go, I am thinking about ti.

        Good luck.

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          Yes, the progression gambling is the way to go with this system, and any grid system I believe. I am finding ways to reduce the bankroll and still keep the profits in tact.

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

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            WINNERS Yesterday:

             

            MARYLAND MIDDAY (up to $529 profit)

            NEW YORK MIDDAY (up to $318 profit)

            DELAWARE EVENING (up to $210 profit)

            FLORIDA EVENING (up to $78 profit)

            NEBRASKA EVENING (up to $332 profit)

            NEW JERSEY EVENING (up to $158 profit)

            WISCONSIN EVENING (up to $204 profit)

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

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              Latest standings:

               

              Start Date8/4/2006Eve
              Last Update8/30/2006Eve
              Totals
              Arizona (E)$36 $54 $36 $120    $246
              California (M)$87 $18 $140 $102    $347
              California (E)$90       $90
              Connecticut (M)$86 $129 $140 $120 $120 $87  $682
              Connecticut (E)$45 $126      $171
              Delaware (M)$76 $6 $33 $60 $50   $225
              Delaware (E)$120 $90      $210
              Florida (E)$78       $78
              Georgia (M)$66       $66
              Georgia (E)$130 $26      $156
              Idaho (E)$84 $30 $20 $72 $120 $33  $359
              Illinois (M)$120 $59      $179
              Illinois (E)$114 $80 $90 $120 $80   $484
              Indiana (M)$93 $50 $54 $33 $60 $72 $129 $491
              Indiana (E)$30 $130 $140     $300
              Kansas (E)$120 $90 $15     $225
              Kentucky (M)$94 $54      $148
              Kentucky (E)$54 $30 $90 $50 $120   $344
              Louisiana (E)$24       $24
              Tri-State (M)$90 $70 $111 $30 $94 $60  $455
              Tri-State (E)$33 $60 $106     $199
              Maryland (M)$36 $100 $110 $120 $30 $100 $33 $529
              Maryland (E)$60 $45 $66 $130    $301
              Michigan (M)$50 $10 $54     $114
              Michigan (E)$90 $111 $60 $111 $120   $492
              Minnesota (E)$6 $30 $30     $66
              Missouri (M)$105 $120 $10 $108    $343
              Missouri (E)$110 $90 $100 $24    $324
              Nebraska (E)$72 $30 $20 $90 $120   $332
              New Jersey (M)$90 $87 $119     $296
              New Jersey (E)$10 $130 $18     $158
              New Mexico (E)$30 $60 $10     $100
              New York (M)$105 $102 $111     $318
              New York (E)$66 $6      $72
              Ohio (M)$36 $54 $100 $60    $250
              Ohio (E)$48       $48
              Oklahoma (E)$100 $86 $54 $10    $250
              Pennsylvania (M)$111 $90 $30 $90    $321
              Pennsylvania (E)$40 $90      $130
              Puerto Rico (E)$126       $126
              South Carolina (M)$12 $64 $85     $161
              South Carolina (E)$130 $130 $70 $120 $108   $558
              Tennessee (M)       $0
              Tennessee (E)$86 $94 $66 $105 $120   $471
              Texas (M)$40 $66 $72     $178
              Texas (E)       $0
              Virginia (M)$72 $60 $130 $60 $50   $372
              Virginia (E)$102 $120      $222
              Washington (E)       $0
              Washington DC (M)$111 $90 $22     $223
              Washington DC (E)$78 $108      $186
              West Virginia (E)$6 $90 $30     $126
              Wisconsin (E)$98 $106      $204
              $12,750

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

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                UPDATED Midday Grids - these are official for today unless there are brown squares in the Total Numbers column:

                 

                Midday Games
                Total #s
                Califonia (M)         0
                Connecticut (M)V5        12
                Delaware (M)H6H8H11V7     39
                Georgia (M)H2        10
                Illinois (M)H2H3H5H6H7H8V2V4 68
                Indiana (M)H2H11V5      30
                Kentucky (M)H2H5H10V2     39
                Maryland (M)H3H4V1      30
                Michigan (M)H3H7H9V4     39
                Missouri (M)H11V2       21
                New Jersey (M)H3H11       20
                New York (M)H1H3       20
                Ohio (M)H10V2       21
                Pennsylvania (M)H2H3H10      30
                South Carolina (M)H5H7H10V1V10    48
                Tennessee (M)H1H2       20
                Texas (M)H6H11V3      30
                Tri-State (M)H5H6H9H12V3V5   56
                Virginia (M)H5V5       21
                Washington, D.C. (M)H9V4       32

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

                Stooges

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                  UPDATED Evening Grids - these are official for tonight unless there are brown squares in the Total Numbers column:

                   

                  Evening Games
                  Total #s
                  Arizona (E)H2H5       20
                  California (E)H5H8V9      30
                  Connecticut (E)H11        10
                  Delaware (E)H1H2V4      30
                  Florida (E)H2V10       30
                  Georgia (E)V5        12
                  Idaho (E)H1H9V6V8     40
                  Illinois (E)H2H4H10      30
                  Indiana (E)H8        10
                  Kansas (E)H11V2       21
                  Kentucky (E)H1V5       21
                  Louisiana (E)H7V2       21
                  Maryland (E)H2H8       20
                  Michigan (E)H2H10       20
                  Minnesota (E)H3H7V9      30
                  Missouri (E)H7V9       21
                  Nebraska (E)H3V1V5V8     43
                  New Jersey (E)H10        10
                  New Mexico (E)H4H9       20
                  New York (E)H8V3V5      32
                  Ohio (E)H8V9       21
                  Oklahoma (E)H9H12V4H7     40
                  Pennsylvania (E)H12V2       21
                  Puerto Rico (E)V2        12
                  South Carolina (E)V3        12
                  Tennessee (E)H3H4V6      30
                  Texas (E)H2H4H6H7H9V9   57
                  Tri-State (E)H2H10V4V7     40
                  Virginia (E)H8V6       21
                  Washington (E)H5V10       21
                  Washington, D.C. (E)H11V4       21
                  West Virginia (E)H8H10       20
                  Wisconsin (E)H7V3V6      32

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

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                    The Top 10:

                     

                    StateWinsPrevious
                    1. Connecticut (M)$682 1
                    2. South Carolina (E)$558 2
                    3. Maryland (M)$529 3
                    4. Michigan (E)$492 4
                    5. Indiana (M)$491 5
                    6. Illinois (E)$484 6
                    7. Tennessee (E)$471 7
                    8. Tri-State (M)$455 8
                    9. Virginia (M)$372 9
                    10. Idaho (E)$351 10

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                      Keith

                      It seems to me that sometime in the future, if you want to, we can both work together on predicting or "Crunching" pick 3 numbers, I am not ready yet at this time and it would have to start with only one state for me, as I could not do no more than one state at the beginning, as we get used to this and can handle more states then we could add them.

                      It might also be progression gambling, as to, How to get the winning number,? Well it would of course be done either by "Trapping" or filtering or a combination of both, either way it would be done according to statistics.

                      Extensive paper testing would of course be done, just as you are now doing, money does not grow on trees, not on regular trees, it grows on "Lottery Trees"

                      What do you think?

                      Good luck.

                      Fernando.

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                        Keith

                        It seems to me that sometime in the future, if you want to, we can both work together on predicting or "Crunching" pick 3 numbers, I am not ready yet at this time and it would have to start with only one state for me, as I could not do no more than one state at the beginning, as we get used to this and can handle more states then we could add them.

                        It might also be progression gambling, as to, How to get the winning number,? Well it would of course be done either by "Trapping" or filtering or a combination of both, either way it would be done according to statistics.

                        Extensive paper testing would of course be done, just as you are now doing, money does not grow on trees, not on regular trees, it grows on "Lottery Trees"

                        What do you think?

                        Good luck.

                        Fernando.

                        Fernando

                        Sounds like a fantastic idea to me. You can never be too sure! I think there is plenty of money to be made.

                        Keith.

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                          Fernando

                          Sounds like a fantastic idea to me. You can never be too sure! I think there is plenty of money to be made.

                          Keith.

                          Keith

                          Yes, sooner or later, we might also want at least one overseas friend working with us just in case, there are some from Canada, England, Australia, Belgium or even sysp34, if he wants to, Ricky and or sysp34 might be good choices, if we are unable to do gambling overseas, they or other(s) would also might be able to do the gambling for us, but even if we don't need them for that, they might still be able to helps us predict good winning numbers.

                          But at the very beginning while we set things up, it might be best if it is just us, I am sure that we can come up with a good enough starter prediction method or methods.

                          I don't know how long we have before the US makes some real trouble for us, so we might have to hurry up.

                          After that there are always horse and dog races' predictions, unless Ricky, sysp34 and or somebody else does the actual gambling on the internet for us.

                          Gambling with states' lotteries can also be done, but is harder to make a profit, it requires a refinement of prediction techniques, which will come in time.

                          Fernando.

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                            You are right...let's hope the U.S. can stay away from internet gambling for a while.

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                              Yes. let's hope so.

                              In a week or two perhaps we can start on reviewing prediction methods, then we will go from there, I think that we can start by testing the trapping of particular patterns at that time, I have a particular pattern in mind, there are main patterns and then sub-patterns we will start with the bigger patterns and then test their subdivisions, at that time we can also test minimum filtering to see how well it works together with the trapping of the patterns and we will go from there.

                                 
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