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pcnut’s “3,8,9 Concept” unveiling.

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hi pcnut........didn't have too much time to test your system........but so far for october with this..... ontario had 20 winners and 9 lost.......pretty good.......thanks.....

Your welcome tianca,

good luck and enjoy.

pcnut

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S.C.'s weekly-indicative random pairs: 05, 12, 13, 16, 18, 23, 34

Enjoy

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    Illinois/Iowa

    10/30/6

    mid and eve draw.

    Picks: 0 and 1

     

    If you picked digit “0,” your 27 number combination is:
    013 023 043 053 063 073 018 028 048 058 068 078 019 029 049 059 069 079 038 039 089 003 008 009 033 088 099

    If you picked digit “1,” your 27 number combination is:
    013 123 143 153 163 173 018 128 148 158 168 178 019 129 149 159 169 179 138 139 189 113 118 119 133 188 199

    This state is screeming 9 at me, so to cover the 9's bases, I will deflate from the 126 combo and remove any duplicats from the selections above. 

    249 259 269 279 239 289 229 299 459 469 479 439 489 449 499 569 579 539 589 559 599 679 639 689 669 699 739 789 779 799

    Good luck all,

    pcnut

    Here is another Ex. state result I'm going to purse.

     Illinois/Iowa

    I really like the performanc of this state, only one day out of 30 with a 2 draw skip...

     

     

    Sun, Oct 29, 20067-4-08-1-4-8
    Sat, Oct 28, 20060-5-26-8-85-2-1-18-5-2-9
    Fri, Oct 27, 20060-3-63-1-93-4-2-02-7-1-1
    Thu, Oct 26, 20068-1-71-4-02-6-8-96-5-3-1
    Wed, Oct 25, 20063-3-01-0-26-8-7-76-6-7-9
    Tue, Oct 24, 20061-3-69-0-79-6-9-01-4-4-4
    Mon, Oct 23, 20065-0-48-0-87-8-3-23-4-6-0
    Sun, Oct 22, 20062-6-96-4-0-0
    Sat, Oct 21, 20063-0-55-1-76-2-2-13-3-4-6
    Fri, Oct 20, 20060-6-48-2-31-2-5-56-7-5-2
    Thu, Oct 19, 20064-2-42-6-39-0-9-28-8-5-8
    Wed, Oct 18, 20062-8-68-1-18-0-8-77-2-9-4
    Tue, Oct 17, 20067-6-91-7-54-0-1-46-9-5-5
    Mon, Oct 16, 20060-1-39-4-28-3-5-68-7-8-2
    Sun, Oct 15, 20062-2-48-4-6-3
    Sat, Oct 14, 20065-1-21-0-30-2-0-27-1-0-8
    Fri, Oct 13, 20067-1-12-7-38-8-0-54-6-9-0
    Thu, Oct 12, 20068-3-70-8-11-7-4-17-5-2-3
    Wed, Oct 11, 20069-7-85-7-34-8-3-58-9-0-6
    Tue, Oct 10, 20061-1-33-7-95-7-0-66-1-6-4
    Mon, Oct 9, 20064-6-13-6-65-4-1-54-6-8-3
    Sun, Oct 8, 20062-9-29-6-2-5
    Sat, Oct 7, 20068-5-81-1-30-2-1-93-2-9-4
    Fri, Oct 6, 20066-5-61-0-36-0-5-70-3-7-9
    Thu, Oct 5, 20061-1-86-5-28-1-1-44-3-8-9
    Wed, Oct 4, 20064-6-42-6-76-5-3-20-2-1-6
    Tue, Oct 3, 20062-9-61-2-37-2-7-10-2-5-3
    Mon, Oct 2, 20063-6-14-3-15-0-7-22-1-1-1
    Sun, Oct 1, 20061-3-17-2-4-4
    Sat, Sep 30, 20064-2-36-2-44-0-0-15-0-4-8

     

    I see a possible 0,1,5 digit, there is a draw skip as of now and 9 coming in the concept.

    pcnut

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    S.C.'s weekly-indicative random pairs: 05, 12, 13, 16, 18, 23, 34

    Enjoy

    pcnut

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      Again...fantastic work! I would find this interesting to combine with the 3 Digits out theory. You could take the furthest 3 Digits out, especially if they are 5 draws out each, and combine them with the 3, 8 & 9 and get a strong group of numbers.

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        pcnut

        Again...fantastic work! I would find this interesting to combine with the 3 Digits out theory. You could take the furthest 3 Digits out, especially if they are 5 draws out each, and combine them with the 3, 8 & 9 and get a strong group of numbers.

        Thank you cps10,

        This concept is so flexible to use its scary.

        Blackapple is using it in a root sum filtering and I can't wait to see the results of that.

        The 3 digit out theory, you right on target with that as well.

        Here is another, your progression theory with the 84 combination or 50/50 hit.

        Another, if you had one LP member (I'm sure there is) that has the ability to pick one digit with an 70 to 80% accuracy and apply it to the concept, then apply progression..... need I say more

        pcnut 

        "Wisdom is knowing what to do next, skill is knowing how to do it, and virtue is doing it."

                                                                                                                                David Starr Jordan

        S.C.'s weekly-indicative random pairs: 05, 12, 13, 16, 18, 23, 34

        Enjoy

        pcnut

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          You are exactly right. The progressions might be essential for this type of game with the high amount of numbers being played. I was also contemplating a skip theory with this in that if you see that 3, 8 or 9 has missed 3 times, then jump on it for any state. If you have the bankroll, you could make quite a nice income from BetSlips.

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            You are exactly right. The progressions might be essential for this type of game with the high amount of numbers being played. I was also contemplating a skip theory with this in that if you see that 3, 8 or 9 has missed 3 times, then jump on it for any state. If you have the bankroll, you could make quite a nice income from BetSlips.

            CPS10

             

            Are you saying that if I see a state where3,8 or 9 has been absent 3(+) times, jump on the digit missing and possibly win?

             If so, how do you handle; mid day and evening, mid to mid, mid to eve, eve to mid etc?

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              What I am saying is find a string where there are at least three draws without the 3, 8 or 9. Then at that point, take every combination that has a 3, an 8 or a 9 in it and play them. Here is the list:

              Singles:

              013, 018, 019, 023, 028, 029, 034, 035, 036, 037, 038, 039, 048, 049, 058, 059, 068, 069, 078, 079, 089, 123, 128, 129, 134, 135, 136, 137, 138, 139, 148, 149, 158, 159, 168, 169, 178, 179, 189, 234, 235, 236, 237, 238, 239, 248, 249, 258, 259, 268, 269, 278, 279, 289, 345, 346, 347, 348, 349, 356, 357, 358, 359, 367, 368, 369, 378, 379, 389, 458, 459, 468, 469, 478, 479, 489, 568, 569, 578, 579, 589, 678, 679, 689, 789

              Doubles:
              003, 008, 009, 113, 118, 119, 223, 228, 229, 033, 133, 233, 334, 335, 336, 337, 338, 339, 344, 448, 449, 355, 558, 559, 366, 668, 669, 377, 778, 779, 088, 188, 288, 388, 488, 588, 688, 788, 889, 099, 199, 299, 399, 499, 599, 699, 799, 899

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                Cps10 I feel a graph coming.

                TNTEA vtrac 4 or5 patterns

                Their absence is room for

                their prediction

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                  I am looking forward to it. Do you think that can narrow down which number might fall?

                  I also think that the 3-Digit Series effect can help to break this wide open for some good filtering.

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                    I am looking forward to it. Do you think that can narrow down which number might fall?

                    I also think that the 3-Digit Series effect can help to break this wide open for some good filtering.

                    When I made that post just now...what I was getting at was the 3-Digit Series - strictly defined as a string of numbers that have hit over the most amount of past draws in a streak pattern. For instance, the 1, 5 or 7 have drawn the past 20 draws in a row. You would either play these numbers to pair with the 3, 8 or 9, or you play against them. If you play WITH the 1, 5 & 7, then the most numbers you would have to play is 72:

                    Singles (54):

                    013 123 143 153 163 173 018 128 148 158 168 178 019 129 149 159 169 179 138 139 189 053 253 453 563 573 058 258 458 568 578 059 259 459 569 579 538 539 589 073 273 473 673 078 278 478 678 079 279 479 679 738 739 789

                    Doubles (18):

                    113 118 119 133 188 199 553 558 559 533 588 599 773 778 779 733 788 799

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                      If you decide to go AGAINST the hot 3-digit trend, then you would play 90 numbers max:

                      Singles (66):

                      013 023 043 053 063 073 018 028 048 058 068 078 019 029 049 059 069 079 038 039 089 123 243 253 263 273 128 248 258 268 278 129 249 259 269 279 238 239 289 143 453 463 473 148 458 468 478 149 459 469 479 438 439 489 163 563 673 168 568 678 169 569 679 638 639 689

                      Doubles (24):

                      003 008 009 033 088 099 223 228 229 233 288 299 443 448 449 433 488 499 663 668 669 633 688 699

                       

                      It would be up to you if you wanted to play singles only or doubles only. Personally, I would play all with a progression.

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                        Yes,For example

                        if vtrac 4(3,8) is out

                         two games.I have a

                        workout to give the

                        pair for each digit(in essence a filter for the above.

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                          Right on! I look forward to seeing that workout.

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                            The chances of losing the way I prescribed for so many draws in a row is very remote, utilizing the 3-Digit Series with the 3, 8 & 9:

                            Progression would look like this:

                             

                            DrawSGL #sBet/UnitUnitsSGL BetDBL #sBet/UnitUnitsDBL BetIf LossSGL WinDBL Win
                            154$13.50 1$13.50 18$4.50 1$4.50 ($18.00)$19.50 $57.00
                            254$13.50 1$13.50 18$4.50 1$4.50 ($36.00)$1.50 $39.00
                            354$13.50 2$27.00 18$4.50 1$4.50 ($67.50)$7.50 $7.50
                            454$13.50 4$54.00 18$4.50 2$9.00 ($130.50)$19.50 $19.50
                            554$13.50 7$94.50 18$4.50 4$18.00 ($243.00)$19.50 $57.00
                            654$13.50 12$162.00 18$4.50 6$27.00 ($432.00)$18.00 $18.00
                            754$13.50 20$270.00 18$4.50 10$45.00 ($747.00)$3.00 $3.00
                            854$13.50 35$472.50 18$4.50 18$81.00 ($1,300.50)$12.00 $49.50

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                              Wed, Oct 18, 20062-1-2
                              1-0-6
                               
                              Tue, Oct 17, 20061-2-5
                              0-6-4

                              Look at Ga.Lottery

                              Due is Vtrac 4 (3,8)

                               

                              ThursdayOct 19, 20060-3-9