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# This looks promising...

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 Posted: August 8, 2006, 11:36 pm - IP Logged

Go to the Daily Numbers Game results page... Daily Numbers Games ...here at LP.

Use Inspector pick 3 of the previous day's draws and get the top 3 ranked digits in the key numbers data. (it's the second to last data field from the bottom)

Now use those three digits plus 0 thru 9 to make 10 picks for the pick 4 games for the same timeframe of the next day's pick 4 game.

If the top 3 digits are 3, 5, and 6 from Inspector's pick 3 midday yesterday, then today's midday pick 4 numbers would be...

3560, 3561, 3562, 3563, 3564, 3565, 3566, 3567, 3568, 3569

The above picks are the actual ones I'm testing for 8/9's midday pick 4, because Inspector midday pick 3's top 3 key digits for 8/8 were 3, 5, and 6.

I did some back testing and this looks like a winner to me as long as you cover most if not all the states. (\$50.00 midday and \$75.00 evening - box play @ \$0.25 per ticket)

Anyway, thought I would pass that along. Maybe some of you are already doing this? Laverne Maloney? I figure you may have found this one already. If so, can I get some feedback on it?

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 Posted: August 9, 2006, 11:16 am - IP Logged

Thanks sfilippo - So for today, looks like the key digits would be 741X?  One thing to consider is to determine how many time a number falls with a specific digit.  For example, the 7 shows 20 hits as key digits, but there are several doubles with 77 in them...... perhaps backtesting on actual numbers that contain the digit and not double count the doubles as 2 hits would be useful....just a suggestion!!

Keep up the good work!

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 Posted: August 9, 2006, 11:52 am - IP Logged

Thanks sfilippo - So for today, looks like the key digits would be 741X?  One thing to consider is to determine how many time a number falls with a specific digit.  For example, the 7 shows 20 hits as key digits, but there are several doubles with 77 in them...... perhaps backtesting on actual numbers that contain the digit and not double count the doubles as 2 hits would be useful....just a suggestion!!

Keep up the good work!

 Key Numbers: 0 4 20.0% 601 022 043 036 1 5 25.0% 121 415 601 157 213 2 6 30.0% 121 268 296 423 022 213 3 8 40.0% 783 933 423 593 539 213 043 036 4 3 15.0% 423 415 043 5 7 35.0% 577 593 415 157 539 665 589 6 7 35.0% 268 296 601 665 986 876 036 7 4 20.0% 783 577 157 876 8 5 25.0% 783 268 986 876 589 9 6 30.0% 933 296 593 539 986 589
These are the midday pick 3's key numbers data. I'm seeing the 3, 5, and 6 as the three highest digits. These are from 8/8 midday pick 3. So, I would play the 356x for pick 4's midday 8/9

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 Posted: August 9, 2006, 11:56 am - IP Logged

You have it right for the evening draws, though... 7, 4, and 1.

Steve

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 Posted: August 9, 2006, 12:08 pm - IP Logged

Okay..a quick back test:

Aug 1 - Midday - top 3 digits: 0 4 9

Aug 1 - Evening - top 3 digits: 0 5 1

Aug 2 Midday - Cost to play: 20 x 10 numbers x \$0.25 = \$50.00; Hits: 0; Loss = \$50.00

Aug 2 Evening - Cost to play: 28 x 10 numbers x \$0.25 = \$70.00; Hits: 0; Loss = \$70.00; Total Loss = \$120.00

Aug 2 Midday : top 3 digits: 0 5 6

Aug 2 Evening: top 3 digits: 5 0 2

Aug 3 Midday - Cost to play: 20 x 10 x \$0.25 = \$50.00; Hits: 0; Loss = \$50.00; Total Loss = \$170.00

Aug 3 Evening - Cost to play: \$70.00; Hits: 1; Profit = \$23.75; Total Loss = \$146.25

Aug 3 Midday: top 3 digits: 3 5 7

Aug 3 Evening: top 3 digits: 9 8 5

Aug 4 Midday - Cost to play: \$50.00; Hits: 1; Profit = \$43.75; Total Loss = \$102.50

Aug 4 Evening - Cost to play: \$70.00; Hits: 0; Loss = \$70.00; Total Loss = \$172.50

Aug 4 Midday: top 3 digits: 6 3 4

Aug 4 Evening: top 3 digits: 4 2 6

Aug 5 Midday - Cost to play: \$47.50; Hits: 0; Loss = \$47.50; Total Loss = \$220.00

Aug 5 Evening - Cost to play: \$70.00; Hits: 0; Loss = \$70.00; Total Loss = \$290.00

I like the concept...just need to figure out a way to configure the numbers.

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

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 Posted: August 9, 2006, 12:32 pm - IP Logged

Looks like I need to find another way to come up with the right 3 digits. lol!

Oh, this is fun!!!

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 Posted: August 9, 2006, 2:35 pm - IP Logged

You have it right for the evening draws, though... 7, 4, and 1.

OK - I must have hit the wrong draw, my bad!  So what if we took the key numbers as a function of the amount of numbers it hit in, and not as the total number is appeared, thus removing redundant hits in doubles.  As in my example of the 77's. there were several double 7's that perhaps should only count as a single hit.  recalculate the key numbers and see what you get.  maybe you'll get a different result......  Worth a shot!  Easy to do by just counting the hits.... what do you guys think?!?

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 Posted: August 9, 2006, 3:57 pm - IP Logged

I'm already on to a method Laverne is testing for hitting double-doubles. This one looks like a wash.

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 Posted: August 9, 2006, 4:01 pm - IP Logged

I think it could work actually, sfilippo...3 may not be the answer...could be a good wheeling start, though, if you ask me.

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 Posted: August 9, 2006, 5:14 pm - IP Logged

Yes, keeping an eye on that one too!  I hope that one works out.  There are only 45 non-repeating double/doubles with 16 permutations for each so 720 combos, or ~7% of the total P4 numbers...... Could be a tough one to crack!

Don't give up Steve!  Might still have promise........

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