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CPS10

 

Congratulations on the wins!!!

Does your 'GRID' work better on some states than others?

 If so, what are these state(s)?

Tim

P.S. How old is your son?

Tim

Thanks! My son is 6 now.

I will put the grid's results up shortly. You can judge from that. Many of these states have very few playable numbers at this time. I will "tweak" the grids soon, but usually I will play out a grid until all rows/columns have at least one hit within them.

Keith

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

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    Winners this afternoon (of course CALI hasn't come in yet):

    CONNECTICUT MIDDAY (now up to $215 profit)

    GEORGIA MIDDAY (now up to $66 profit)

    MARYLAND MIDDAY (now up to $136 profit)

    MICHIGAN MIDDAY (now up to $50 profit)

    MISSOURI MIDDAY (now up to $225 profit)

    NEW JERSEY MIDDAY (now up to $177 profit)

    NEW YORK MIDDAY (now up to $105 profit)

    OHIO MIDDAY (now up to $90 profit)

     

    The revised grids for these states (starting 8/10/06) follow this post:

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

    Stooges

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      CONNECTICUT MIDDAY (10 numbers):

       

      037029039049013014015016017018
      127038057058059023079025035027
      136047129067149069169034125036
      145056138148158078178124134045
      235128147238167168259269189126
      389146156247239249349278279289
      CD
      479236237256257258358368369469
      569245589346347267367458378478
      578489679689356348457467459568
      019678345012789456123089567234
      028137048139068159024179026135
      046579246157248357268359468379

       

       

      GEORGIA MIDDAY (10 numbers):

       

      037029039049013014015016017018
      127038057058059023079025035027
      136047129067149069169034125036
      145056138148158078178124134045
      235128147238167168259269189126
      389146156247239249349278279289
      CD
      479236237256257258358368369469
      569245589346347267367458378478
      578489679689356348457467459568
      019678345012789456123089567234
      028137048139068159024179026135
      046579246157248357268359468379

       

       

      MARYLAND MIDDAY (40 numbers):

       

      037029039049013014015016017018
      127038057058059023079025035027
      136047129067149069169034125036
      145056138148158078178124134045
      235128147238167168259269189126
      389146156247239249349278279289
      CD
      479236237256257258358368369469
      569245589346347267367458378478
      578489679689356348457467459568
      019678345012789456123089567234
      028137048139068159024179026135
      046579246157248357268359468379

       

       

      MICHIGAN MIDDAY (10 numbers):

       

      037029039049013014015016017018
      127038057058059023079025035027
      136047129067149069169034125036
      145056138148158078178124134045
      235128147238167168259269189126
      389146156247239249349278279289
      CD
      479236237256257258358368369469
      569245589346347267367458378478
      578489679689356348457467459568
      019678345012789456123089567234
      028137048139068159024179026135
      046579246157248357268359468379

       

       

      MISSOURI MIDDAY (20 numbers):

       

      037029039049013014015016017018
      127038057058059023079025035027
      136047129067149069169034125036
      145056138148158078178124134045
      235128147238167168259269189126
      389146156247239249349278279289
      CD
      479236237256257258358368369469
      569245589346347267367458378478
      578489679689356348457467459568
      019678345012789456123089567234
      028137048139068159024179026135
      046579246157248357268359468379

       

       

      NEW JERSEY MIDDAY (10 numbers):

       

      037029039049013014015016017018
      127038057058059023079025035027
      136047129067149069169034125036
      145056138148158078178124134045
      235128147238167168259269189126
      389146156247239249349278279289
      CD
      479236237256257258358368369469
      569245589346347267367458378478
      578489679689356348457467459568
      019678345012789456123089567234
      028137048139068159024179026135
      046579246157248357268359468379

       

       

      NEW YORK MIDDAY (24 numbers):

       

      037029039049013014015016017018
      127038057058059023079025035027
      136047129067149069169034125036
      145056138148158078178124134045
      235128147238167168259269189126
      389146156247239249349278279289
      CD
      479236237256257258358368369469
      569245589346347267367458378478
      578489679689356348457467459568
      019678345012789456123089567234
      028137048139068159024179026135
      046579246157248357268359468379

       

       

      OHIO MIDDAY (40 numbers):

       

      037029039049013014015016017018
      127038057058059023079025035027
      136047129067149069169034125036
      145056138148158078178124134045
      235128147238167168259269189126
      389146156247239249349278279289
      CD
      479236237256257258358368369469
      569245589346347267367458378478
      578489679689356348457467459568
      019678345012789456123089567234
      028137048139068159024179026135
      046579246157248357268359468379

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

      Stooges

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        Results per state (through 8/9/06 Mid, less California):

         

        Start Date8/4/2006Eve
        Last Update8/9/2006Mid - CA
        Totals
        Arizona (E)$36 $54 $90
        California (M)$87  $87
        California (E)  $0
        Connecticut (M)$86 $129 $215
        Connecticut (E)$45  $45
        Delaware (M)$76  $76
        Delaware (E)$120  $120
        Florida (E)  $0
        Georgia (M)$66  $66
        Georgia (E)  $0
        Idaho (E)  $0
        Illinois (M)$120  $120
        Illinois (E)$114  $114
        Indiana (M)$93  $93
        Indiana (E)$30 $130 $160
        Kansas (E)  $0
        Kentucky (M)  $0
        Kentucky (E)  $0
        Louisiana (E)  $0
        Tri-State (M)$90  $90
        Tri-State (E)$33  $33
        Maryland (M)$36 $100 $136
        Maryland (E)  $0
        Michigan (M)$50  $50
        Michigan (E)  $0
        Minnesota (E)$6  $6
        Missouri (M)$105 $120 $225
        Missouri (E)$110 $90 $200
        Nebraska (E)$72  $72
        New Jersey (M)$90 $87 $177
        New Jersey (E)  $0
        New Mexico (E)$30  $30
        New York (M)$105  $105
        New York (E)$66  $66
        Ohio (M)$36 $54 $90
        Ohio (E)  $0
        Pennsylvania (M)$111 $90 $201
        Pennsylvania (E)  $0
        Puerto Rico (E)$126  $126
        South Carolina (M)  $0
        South Carolina (E)  $0
        Tennessee (M)  $0
        Tennessee (E)$86 $94 $180
        Texas (M)  $0
        Texas (E)  $0
        Virginia (M)$72  $72
        Virginia (E)  $0
        Washington (E)  $0
        Washington DC (M)$111  $111
        Washington DC (E)$78  $78
        West Virginia (E)  $0
        Wisconsin (E)  $0
        $3,234

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

        Stooges

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          Results per state (through 8/9/06 Mid, less California):

           

          Start Date8/4/2006Eve
          Last Update8/9/2006Mid - CA
          Totals
          Arizona (E)$36 $54 $90
          California (M)$87  $87
          California (E)  $0
          Connecticut (M)$86 $129 $215
          Connecticut (E)$45  $45
          Delaware (M)$76  $76
          Delaware (E)$120  $120
          Florida (E)  $0
          Georgia (M)$66  $66
          Georgia (E)  $0
          Idaho (E)  $0
          Illinois (M)$120  $120
          Illinois (E)$114  $114
          Indiana (M)$93  $93
          Indiana (E)$30 $130 $160
          Kansas (E)  $0
          Kentucky (M)  $0
          Kentucky (E)  $0
          Louisiana (E)  $0
          Tri-State (M)$90  $90
          Tri-State (E)$33  $33
          Maryland (M)$36 $100 $136
          Maryland (E)  $0
          Michigan (M)$50  $50
          Michigan (E)  $0
          Minnesota (E)$6  $6
          Missouri (M)$105 $120 $225
          Missouri (E)$110 $90 $200
          Nebraska (E)$72  $72
          New Jersey (M)$90 $87 $177
          New Jersey (E)  $0
          New Mexico (E)$30  $30
          New York (M)$105  $105
          New York (E)$66  $66
          Ohio (M)$36 $54 $90
          Ohio (E)  $0
          Pennsylvania (M)$111 $90 $201
          Pennsylvania (E)  $0
          Puerto Rico (E)$126  $126
          South Carolina (M)  $0
          South Carolina (E)  $0
          Tennessee (M)  $0
          Tennessee (E)$86 $94 $180
          Texas (M)  $0
          Texas (E)  $0
          Virginia (M)$72  $72
          Virginia (E)  $0
          Washington (E)  $0
          Washington DC (M)$111  $111
          Washington DC (E)$78  $78
          West Virginia (E)  $0
          Wisconsin (E)  $0
          $3,234

          Impressive, Keith!

          I don't understand i think, where is the amount (cost) played? 

          cheers
          Ricky

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            Impressive, Keith!

            I don't understand i think, where is the amount (cost) played? 

            cheers
            Ricky

            Thanks Ricky!

            I don't have cost figures on there. Since I use a progressive betting strategy, whenever there is a hit, the cost is obviously nullified.

            However, total costs outstanding at this time, including tonight is $1,356, so the profits are already way ahead of what my outstanding costs are right now.

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

            Stooges

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              Also keep in mind that the cost varies state-by-state-draw-by-draw based on what is missing on each grid. So one night you might be playing a lot, the next night, playing next to nothing.

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

              Stooges

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                Keith

                Do any particular state(s) look good for tonight (8/9/06)?

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                  KANSAS EVENING (30 numbers):

                   

                  037029039049013014015016017018
                  127038057058059023079025035027
                  136047129067149069169034125036
                  145056138148158078178124134045
                  235128147238167168259269189126
                  389146156247239249349278279289
                  CD
                  479236237256257258358368369469
                  569245589346347267367458378478
                  578489679689356348457467459568
                  019678345012789456123089567234
                  028137048139068159024179026135
                  046579246157248357268359468379

                   

                   

                  KENTUCKY MIDDAY (Starting 8/5/06 w/20 numbers):

                   

                  037029039049013014015016017018
                  127038057058059023079025035027
                  136047129067149069169034125036
                  145056138148158078178124134045
                  235128147238167168259269189126
                  389146156247239249349278279289
                  CD
                  479236237256257258358368369469
                  569245589346347267367458378478
                  578489679689356348457467459568
                  019678345012789456123089567234
                  028137048139068159024179026135
                  046579246157248357268359468379

                   

                   

                  KENTUCKY EVENING (48 numbers):

                   

                  037029039049013014015016017018
                  127038057058059023079025035027
                  136047129067149069169034125036
                  145056138148158078178124134045
                  235128147238167168259269189126
                  389146156247239249349278279289
                  CD
                  479236237256257258358368369469
                  569245589346347267367458378478
                  578489679689356348457467459568
                  019678345012789456123089567234
                  028137048139068159024179026135
                  046579246157248357268359468379

                   

                   

                  LOUISIANA EVENING (21 numbers):

                   

                  037029039049013014015016017018
                  127038057058059023079025035027
                  136047129067149069169034125036
                  145056138148158078178124134045
                  235128147238167168259269189126
                  389146156247239249349278279289
                  CD
                  479236237256257258358368369469
                  569245589346347267367458378478
                  578489679689356348457467459568
                  019678345012789456123089567234
                  028137048139068159024179026135
                  046579246157248357268359468379

                  Any significance to  underlined numbers or numbers in different colors in bottom of grids c and d? Also, how do you go about setting up a grid such as this. I searched for chrting method with no results. I like to do my own sets of numbers and am wondering how these numbers originate. I play selected "trios" always in a straight all six ways. Doing this has 3 numbers bringing in wins.

                  I am posting by this weekend how Duke and vertical string predicts doubles for all states play.

                   Thanks in advance for your response.

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                    KANSAS EVENING (30 numbers):

                     

                    037029039049013014015016017018
                    127038057058059023079025035027
                    136047129067149069169034125036
                    145056138148158078178124134045
                    235128147238167168259269189126
                    389146156247239249349278279289
                    CD
                    479236237256257258358368369469
                    569245589346347267367458378478
                    578489679689356348457467459568
                    019678345012789456123089567234
                    028137048139068159024179026135
                    046579246157248357268359468379

                     

                     

                    KENTUCKY MIDDAY (Starting 8/5/06 w/20 numbers):

                     

                    037029039049013014015016017018
                    127038057058059023079025035027
                    136047129067149069169034125036
                    145056138148158078178124134045
                    235128147238167168259269189126
                    389146156247239249349278279289
                    CD
                    479236237256257258358368369469
                    569245589346347267367458378478
                    578489679689356348457467459568
                    019678345012789456123089567234
                    028137048139068159024179026135
                    046579246157248357268359468379

                     

                     

                    KENTUCKY EVENING (48 numbers):

                     

                    037029039049013014015016017018
                    127038057058059023079025035027
                    136047129067149069169034125036
                    145056138148158078178124134045
                    235128147238167168259269189126
                    389146156247239249349278279289
                    CD
                    479236237256257258358368369469
                    569245589346347267367458378478
                    578489679689356348457467459568
                    019678345012789456123089567234
                    028137048139068159024179026135
                    046579246157248357268359468379

                     

                     

                    LOUISIANA EVENING (21 numbers):

                     

                    037029039049013014015016017018
                    127038057058059023079025035027
                    136047129067149069169034125036
                    145056138148158078178124134045
                    235128147238167168259269189126
                    389146156247239249349278279289
                    CD
                    479236237256257258358368369469
                    569245589346347267367458378478
                    578489679689356348457467459568
                    019678345012789456123089567234
                    028137048139068159024179026135
                    046579246157248357268359468379

                    Any significance to  underlined numbers or numbers in different colors in bottom of grids c and d? Also, how do you go about setting up a grid such as this. I searched for chrting method with no results. I like to do my own sets of numbers and am wondering how these numbers originate. I play selected "trios" always in a straight all six ways. Doing this has 3 numbers bringing in wins.

                    I am posting by this weekend how Duke and vertical string predicts doubles for all states play.

                     Thanks in advance for your response.

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                      Jayhawk..... 

                       The line that you ask about is part of the original chart I made some years ago and is a way that cut up the chart for additional groups. 

                        It isn't really important to this particular method but .....it was a way to deal with the horizontal lines of numbers and their frequency. 

                       If you would like to know more .... each of the 12 horizontal lines should hit on average..... around 6% of the time. Just like each of the 10 vertical lines or sums columns hit around 10% of the time.    

                       This is what the original chart looked like ...so you can see.

                                               Quarters Chart of the #120 (6 way numbers) 

                       

                         A1     B2  
                           01234 56789
                       H1037029039049013 014015016017018
                      W1>2127038057058059 023079025035027
                       3136047129067149 069169034125036
                       4145056138148158 078178124134045
                      X2>5235128147238167 168259269189126
                       6389146156247239 249349278279289
                          C3     D4  
                       7479236237256257 258358368369469
                      Y3>8569245589346347 267367458378478
                       9578489679689356 348457467459568
                       10019678345012789 456123089567

                      234

                      Z4>11028137048139068 159024 179026135
                       12046579246157248 357268359468379
                         0 1 2 3 4  5 6 7  8 9

                         

                       You ask about the colors and numbers at the bottom. The RED are the all even numbers.... and the BLUE are the all odd.... Green are the 10 consecutives or series numbers like..123 234 345 etc.    

                       

                       

                      The only real failure .....is the failure to try.                               

                                                    Luck is a very rare thing....... Odds not so much. 

                                                    Odds never change .....but probability does. 

                                                                                                             Win d    

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                        Jayhawk..... 

                         The line that you ask about is part of the original chart I made some years ago and is a way that cut up the chart for additional groups. 

                          It isn't really important to this particular method but .....it was a way to deal with the horizontal lines of numbers and their frequency. 

                         If you would like to know more .... each of the 12 horizontal lines should hit on average..... around 6% of the time. Just like each of the 10 vertical lines or sums columns hit around 10% of the time.    

                         This is what the original chart looked like ...so you can see.

                                                 Quarters Chart of the #120 (6 way numbers) 

                         

                           A1     B2  
                             01234 56789
                         H1037029039049013 014015016017018
                        W1>2127038057058059 023079025035027
                         3136047129067149 069169034125036
                         4145056138148158 078178124134045
                        X2>5235128147238167 168259269189126
                         6389146156247239 249349278279289
                            C3     D4  
                         7479236237256257 258358368369469
                        Y3>8569245589346347 267367458378478
                         9578489679689356 348457467459568
                         10019678345012789 456123089567

                        234

                        Z4>11028137048139068 159024 179026135
                         12046579246157248 357268359468379
                           0 1 2 3 4  5 6 7  8 9

                           

                         You ask about the colors and numbers at the bottom. The RED are the all even numbers.... and the BLUE are the all odd.... Green are the 10 consecutives or series numbers like..123 234 345 etc.    

                        WIN D

                        Thanks for your fast reply. I am pretty new to LP, but have been reading and studying for several months before joining in. In the above you say "Quarters chart of the #120". Is this to mean there is more than one chart?

                        Your work has been very valuable along with many others such as cps10, Blackapple, Pacattack, tntea, sfillipo, and I have learned a lot.

                        If there is more than one chart is it based on certain "base" pairings or trios? Where can I find these?

                        Wanting to learn more about the numbers and how they behave!

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                          WIN D

                          Thanks for your fast reply. I am pretty new to LP, but have been reading and studying for several months before joining in. In the above you say "Quarters chart of the #120". Is this to mean there is more than one chart?

                          Your work has been very valuable along with many others such as cps10, Blackapple, Pacattack, tntea, sfillipo, and I have learned a lot.

                          If there is more than one chart is it based on certain "base" pairings or trios? Where can I find these?

                          Wanting to learn more about the numbers and how they behave!

                          Jawhawk

                          I think WIN D means that he has "quartered" the chart into 4 quadrants.

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                          Stooges

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                            Posted: August 10, 2006, 8:55 am - IP Logged

                            Keith

                            Do any particular state(s) look good for tonight (8/9/06)?

                            Tim

                            Sorry it took so late to get back to you. I would have suggested INDIANA last night because it's been on fire, and sure enough it hit. But the problem with the Hoosier Lottery is that it's computerized, so I would not have been able to give you that in good faith.

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                            Stooges

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                              Posted: August 10, 2006, 8:59 am - IP Logged

                              Only 2 winners last night...numbers are starting to wane in volume, so the wins will be less frequent until new grids have been worked out. I want to run these down to zero as much as possible so that we have something to work with in the new grids. I found in ILLINOIS last night that even though I was able to get 12 numbers to play, that might not be a good strategy in the long run. However, I will stick by these numbers until they hit in ILLINOIS. I may re-do the grids this weekend to get some more winners and get off the "schneid", but I figured that once a week had dwindled down (tomorrow night will be the closing of this week), the numbers to play would too.

                              However, the winners from last night are:

                              INDIANA EVENING (up to $300 profit - which now LEADS the country)

                              LOUISIANA EVENING (up to $24 profit - their first hit in the Bayou)

                               

                              New grids for these two states (starting 8/10/06) will follow this post:

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