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Hi everyone!

Here's a little something I've been working on. To be honest, I feel this is only 2/3's finished but I was hoping maybe some of you folks might have some input. I know predicting pairs is no big deal, but for those of us who have trouble even doing that, (I'll be the first to raise my hand here, me! me!) this might help you out.

I'll use a Georgia drawing from last Tues. to give you an example of what kind of results you can expect in a week.

The drawing was 720.

Now we're going to add +5 +6 to the first 2 numbers (72), the last 2 numbers (20) , and the first and last numbers (70), all separately and with a little twist.

Let's try the first set up,adding +5+6 to (72).

720

28

38

48

58

 

Always keep the +6 number the same going down but add +1 going down for your +5 column, as you can see above. 

 

Adding to your last 2 numbers:

720

-76

-86

-96

-06

 

Adding to your first and last numbers:

720

2-6

3-6

4-6

5-6

This sets up our pairs to work with for the week. The best part about this you will find if you backtest in your state is that usually a winning pair can be found in ANY one of these 3 set ups so you wouldn't have to play all of them.

The next week's results were as follows:

216 (third set up held 26 and in the right positions for a straight)

772

199

962 (second set up held 96)

261

319

690 (second set up held 06)

884  (first set up held 48)

I'm not sure if this will help anyone but try it out for yourself.

GOOOD LUUUUCK!!

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    Playing boxed works well too :)

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      NM....lol...I noticed those were boxes. Sorry 'bout that.

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        As long as you are not out more than 3 draws, you can progress this well ($0.25 bets at the online store):

         

        DrawSGL #sBet/UnitUnitsSGL BetDBL #sBet/UnitUnitsDBL BetIf LossSGL WinDBL Win
        196$24.00 1$24.00 24$6.00 1$6.00 ($30.00)$7.50 $45.00
        296$24.00 4$96.00 24$6.00 2$12.00 ($138.00)$12.00 $12.00
        396$24.00 14$336.00 24$6.00 7$42.00 ($516.00)$9.00 $9.00
        496$24.00 50$1,200.00 24$6.00 25$150.00 ($1,866.00)$9.00 $9.00

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          How did I guess you were going to be the first one over here, cps10?  LOL LOL

           Let me know if this works for you. And thanks for viewing!

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            Hi everyone!

            Here's a little something I've been working on. To be honest, I feel this is only 2/3's finished but I was hoping maybe some of you folks might have some input. I know predicting pairs is no big deal, but for those of us who have trouble even doing that, (I'll be the first to raise my hand here, me! me!) this might help you out.

            I'll use a Georgia drawing from last Tues. to give you an example of what kind of results you can expect in a week.

            The drawing was 720.

            Now we're going to add +5 +6 to the first 2 numbers (72), the last 2 numbers (20) , and the first and last numbers (70), all separately and with a little twist.

            Let's try the first set up,adding +5+6 to (72).

            720

            28

            38

            48

            58

             

            Always keep the +6 number the same going down but add +1 going down for your +5 column, as you can see above. 

             

            Adding to your last 2 numbers:

            720

            -76

            -86

            -96

            -06

             

            Adding to your first and last numbers:

            720

            2-6

            3-6

            4-6

            5-6

            This sets up our pairs to work with for the week. The best part about this you will find if you backtest in your state is that usually a winning pair can be found in ANY one of these 3 set ups so you wouldn't have to play all of them.

            The next week's results were as follows:

            216 (third set up held 26 and in the right positions for a straight)

            772

            199

            962 (second set up held 96)

            261

            319

            690 (second set up held 06)

            884  (first set up held 48)

            I'm not sure if this will help anyone but try it out for yourself.

            GOOOD LUUUUCK!!

            This would have won $70.50 in my progression example. Not bad.

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              How did I guess you were going to be the first one over here, cps10?  LOL LOL

               Let me know if this works for you. And thanks for viewing!

              'cause I like your posts! :) Good luck!

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                Wed, Sep 6, 20068-3-7
                Tue, Sep 5, 20066-8-8
                Mon, Sep 4, 20066-5-1
                Sun, Sep 3, 20067-6-2
                Sat, Sep 2, 20062-0-7
                Fri, Sep 1, 20065-8-9

                 

                Okay...start with

                589

                58 base

                04

                14

                24

                34

                 

                89 base

                35

                45

                55

                65

                 

                59 base

                05

                15

                25

                35

                 

                Winners:

                Double winner on 9/4 with 651 ($18.00)

                Pretty interesting...one of these should hit SC this evening on basis of 3 being max skip.

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                  'cause I like your posts! :) Good luck!

                  That's really nice to hear. I appreciate it more then you know!  Wink

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                    One thing I forgot to mention is that I find this doesn't work so hot with doubles (or triples,for that matter) when you make your set ups so always try to use a number with 3 different digits!

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                      Have you considered getting your weekly pairs from real life data?

                      Using your example take 08/29 and go back. (I used 14)

                      Tue, Aug 29, 2006     7-2-0
                      Mon, Aug 28, 2006     4-3-8
                      Sun, Aug 27, 2006     2-7-2
                      Sat, Aug 26, 2006     4-0-6
                      Fri, Aug 25, 2006     7-0-0
                      Thu, Aug 24, 2006     4-3-3
                      Wed, Aug 23, 2006     3-3-0
                      Tue, Aug 22, 2006     9-3-1
                      Mon, Aug 21, 2006     3-9-8
                      Sun, Aug 20, 2006     8-6-2
                      Sat, Aug 19, 2006     2-7-7
                      Fri, Aug 18, 2006     0-2-3
                      Thu, Aug 17, 2006     8-9-5
                      Wed, Aug 16, 2006     0-2-9

                      After sorting and removing duplicates:

                      Straight Pairs (31)
                      00 02 03 06 09 20 22 23 27 29 30 31 33 38 39 40
                      43 46 48 62 70 72 77 82 85 86 89 91 93 95 98

                      Boxed Pairs (26)
                      00 02 03 04 06 07 09 13 19 22 23 26 27 28 29 33
                      34 38 39 46 48 58 59 68 77 89

                      Pairs that appeared in subsequent draws:

                      Wed, Sep 06, 2006     2-1-6 26
                      Tue, Sep 05, 2006     7-7-2 77 27
                      Mon, Sep 04, 2006     1-9-9 19
                      Sun, Sep 03, 2006     9-6-2 26 29
                      Sat, Sep 02, 2006     2-6-1 26
                      Fri, Sep 01, 2006     3-1-9 13 19 39
                      Thu, Aug 31, 2006     6-9-0 06 09
                      Wed, Aug 30, 2006     8-8-4 48

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                        Have you considered getting your weekly pairs from real life data?

                        Using your example take 08/29 and go back. (I used 14)

                        Tue, Aug 29, 2006     7-2-0
                        Mon, Aug 28, 2006     4-3-8
                        Sun, Aug 27, 2006     2-7-2
                        Sat, Aug 26, 2006     4-0-6
                        Fri, Aug 25, 2006     7-0-0
                        Thu, Aug 24, 2006     4-3-3
                        Wed, Aug 23, 2006     3-3-0
                        Tue, Aug 22, 2006     9-3-1
                        Mon, Aug 21, 2006     3-9-8
                        Sun, Aug 20, 2006     8-6-2
                        Sat, Aug 19, 2006     2-7-7
                        Fri, Aug 18, 2006     0-2-3
                        Thu, Aug 17, 2006     8-9-5
                        Wed, Aug 16, 2006     0-2-9

                        After sorting and removing duplicates:

                        Straight Pairs (31)
                        00 02 03 06 09 20 22 23 27 29 30 31 33 38 39 40
                        43 46 48 62 70 72 77 82 85 86 89 91 93 95 98

                        Boxed Pairs (26)
                        00 02 03 04 06 07 09 13 19 22 23 26 27 28 29 33
                        34 38 39 46 48 58 59 68 77 89

                        Pairs that appeared in subsequent draws:

                        Wed, Sep 06, 2006     2-1-6 26
                        Tue, Sep 05, 2006     7-7-2 77 27
                        Mon, Sep 04, 2006     1-9-9 19
                        Sun, Sep 03, 2006     9-6-2 26 29
                        Sat, Sep 02, 2006     2-6-1 26
                        Fri, Sep 01, 2006     3-1-9 13 19 39
                        Thu, Aug 31, 2006     6-9-0 06 09
                        Wed, Aug 30, 2006     8-8-4 48

                        Hi Raven62!

                        Thanks for stopping in. Please pardon me for being a real dumbo when it comes to all this statistical data. Didn't think of looking at it this way,thanks! Pick 3 is pretty new to me so I'm still learning from all of you here. Appreciate your input very much!!

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                          Hi Raven62!

                          Thanks for stopping in. Please pardon me for being a real dumbo when it comes to all this statistical data. Didn't think of looking at it this way,thanks! Pick 3 is pretty new to me so I'm still learning from all of you here. Appreciate your input very much!!

                          Considering the number of pairs generated by using +5 -4 (+5 +6) the results are pretty impressive.

                          Generated Pairs:
                          06 26 28 36 38 46 48 56 58 67 68 69

                          Wed, Sep 06, 2006     2-1-6 26
                          Tue, Sep 05, 2006     7-7-2
                          Mon, Sep 04, 2006     1-9-9
                          Sun, Sep 03, 2006     9-6-2 26 69
                          Sat, Sep 02, 2006     2-6-1 26
                          Fri, Sep 01, 2006     3-1-9
                          Thu, Aug 31, 2006     6-9-0 06 69
                          Wed, Aug 30, 2006     8-8-4 48

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                            Considering the number of pairs generated by using +5 -4 (+5 +6) the results are pretty impressive.

                            Generated Pairs:
                            06 26 28 36 38 46 48 56 58 67 68 69

                            Wed, Sep 06, 2006     2-1-6 26
                            Tue, Sep 05, 2006     7-7-2
                            Mon, Sep 04, 2006     1-9-9
                            Sun, Sep 03, 2006     9-6-2 26 69
                            Sat, Sep 02, 2006     2-6-1 26
                            Fri, Sep 01, 2006     3-1-9
                            Thu, Aug 31, 2006     6-9-0 06 69
                            Wed, Aug 30, 2006     8-8-4 48

                            I was just thinking more about what you posted here. The way you are stating to pick your pairs is a very sound one, by using what's the most popular, I hope I'm understanding you right. But I guess what I'm trying to do here is give you the correct pairs according to what your last drawing was. Now if you can incorporate the pairs my system gives you along with your most popular ones that you feel are "due" or however you derive at them, then maybe this system could be of some use.

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                              Hi Blackapple!

                              Could you explain a little more what you are showing here? I'm interested. Are those Pick 4 numbers you are using on the right side there to predict the pick 3?