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# New System... No Brain Required!!

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Ohio
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Surge:

I appreciate the idea of no brain required.  I have very little left at my age and if I ever did it has long sense succumbed to outside forces.  Good work.

Floridian

I hear ya!  Not sure I had much to start with.  I'm more book smart, so this numbers game is all new to me.

This evens/odds thing was just an idea that I came up with and decided to try it out and expand on a little.

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I thought about doing it for the Pick 4 as well.  I'll do the research tonight to come up with a set of numbers to post and let you know what I come up with.

I just LOVE the research part.

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Wow! Three straights in the last ten draws up here in WA. How ya like them apples?

What a wonderful world...

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I just posted the system revised for Pick 4.

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I just posted the system revised for Pick 4.

Surge-- Sir:

You are a gentleman and a scholar.  I think you will go far in this game.  You are way ahead of me.

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New Results!!

I tried something else with this system, using the 3,8,9 concept that "cps" suggested.  Great idea!!  Cuts the numbers in half.

Ok... evens using the 3,8,9 concept gives us these numbers...

018 028 148 248 268 048 068 128 168 468

Oct.                     Nov.

93 box    17 str.         23 box    2 str.

Odds using the 3,8,9 concept

013 035 039 079 135 137 179 357 359 379 579

Oct.                    Nov.

136 box  23 str.        37 box    5 str.

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New Results!!

I tried something else with this system, using the 3,8,9 concept that "cps" suggested.  Great idea!!  Cuts the numbers in half.

Ok... evens using the 3,8,9 concept gives us these numbers...

018 028 148 248 268 048 068 128 168 468

Oct.                     Nov.

93 box    17 str.         23 box    2 str.

Odds using the 3,8,9 concept

013 035 039 079 135 137 179 357 359 379 579

Oct.                    Nov.

136 box  23 str.        37 box    5 str.

Credit to "pcnut" for the "3,8,9 concept".

I hope it's ok that I applied your idea to this system.  My apologies that I didn't ask first before applying the "3,8,9 concept" to this system and posting it.

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You've seen the big picture, now let's put these numbers under the microscope to see where they're falling, and when.

These are only numbers using the 3,8,9 concept.

Breakdown by state... evens/odds... numbers followed by a * are midday draws.  Numbers are exact draws.  These are draws only in the past 30 days, since Oct. 12.

AZ- 680 / 351, 759

CA- 480, 618*, 684, 846, 821/ 173, 351*

CT- no evens/ 531, 971, 597

DE- 084, 086* / 970, 793

FL- 086, 286 / 719, 031, 317

GA- 286, 860*, 684*/ 739, 397*, 093, 079, 357, 039*, 539

ID- 168 / 079, 031

IL- 821, 286*, 081 / 930*, 907, 305*, 013*, 103

IN- 408, 284 / 930*, 013*, 397

KS- 801 / 357, 197, 359, 759

KY- 816*, 862, 864* / 597*, 031, 593, 359*, 375, 359, 531*, 305*

LA- 801 / 137, 309

MD- 081*, 802, 846, 618*, 068* / 053, 503

MI- 468, 418*, 082 / 537*, 097, 079, 103*, 597*

MN- no evens / 953

MO- 841* / 309*, 937*

Tri- 804*, 084*, 108, 028 / 539, 973*, 359, 709, 359*, 093*, 031*

NE- no evens / 793

NJ- 681*, 804*, 286* / 301*, 317, 053*, 539, 305*

NM- 468, 862, 826 / 953, 907

NY- 840* / 053, 907, 397, 935, 097*

NC- 418, 184 / 179, 790, 305, 375, 579

OH- 128* / 503, 097*, 539, 310*

OK- 281, 682, 018 / 305, 350

PA- 804*, 801, 082*, 810, 841*, 821*, 846*, 208 / 179*

SC- 468* / 735, 153*, 013, 593, 301, 795

TN- 680* / 053*, 973*, 759, 957*

TX- 608*, 218* / 135*

VA- 864 / 375

WA- 048, 280, 682 / 137

DC- 248*, 418*, 821, 608 / 375*, 907*, 173*, 709*, 539, 013*, 791

WV- no evens / 930

WC- 816 / 739

WI- no evens / 573, 375

The Carolinas - Charlotte
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Credit to "pcnut" for the "3,8,9 concept".

I hope it's ok that I applied your idea to this system.  My apologies that I didn't ask first before applying the "3,8,9 concept" to this system and posting it.

Thanks for the original credit Surge, but I only applied a progression to it...pcnut, the generous contributor, deserves the idea's credt, or which I am sure is no problem incorporating it into what you have going on. Great application!

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New Results!!

I tried something else with this system, using the 3,8,9 concept that "cps" suggested.  Great idea!!  Cuts the numbers in half.

Ok... evens using the 3,8,9 concept gives us these numbers...

018 028 148 248 268 048 068 128 168 468

Oct.                     Nov.

93 box    17 str.         23 box    2 str.

Odds using the 3,8,9 concept

013 035 039 079 135 137 179 357 359 379 579

Oct.                    Nov.

136 box  23 str.        37 box    5 str.

Let's see this situation playing itself out...

If you played every state for a \$1 Box/\$1 STR flat betting, your total cost would be:

\$2 x 52 draws/day x 30 days = \$62,400

Remember, not all states have drawings every day...in fact the number is considerably lower on Sundays. And there are only 51 draws on Saturdays. But I am just trying to overinflate the cost here.

93 box wins + 136 box wins = 229 box wins x \$150 = \$34,350

17 straight wins + 23 straight wins = 40 straight wins x \$900 = \$36,000

Now I assume that you have incorporated a straight win for being a box win also, otherwise, we are not counting 40 additional box wins.

So, if that's the case, your MINIMUM profit betting flat would be:

Costs:        (\$62,400)

Wins:          \$70,350

TOTAL PROFIT:  \$7,950

Not a bad month's profit at all!

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

The Carolinas - Charlotte
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November's numbers:

\$2 x 20 numbers x 52 draws/day x 9 days = \$18,720

Box wins: 60 x \$150 = \$9,000

Straight wins: 7 x \$900 = \$6,300

Total wins: \$15,300

Loss of \$3,420. However, it is early in the month.

I would apply a progression to states who have been lagging behind so that when they do finally get a win, then that covers a loss in a long losing streak. Very interesting concept nonetheless. We will have to monitor this to find out what's going on.

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New Results!!

I tried something else with this system, using the 3,8,9 concept that "cps" suggested.  Great idea!!  Cuts the numbers in half.

Ok... evens using the 3,8,9 concept gives us these numbers...

018 028 148 248 268 048 068 128 168 468

Oct.                     Nov.

93 box    17 str.         23 box    2 str.

Odds using the 3,8,9 concept

013 035 039 079 135 137 179 357 359 379 579

Oct.                    Nov.

136 box  23 str.        37 box    5 str.

1st thank you for the no brain numbers. I also thought of using pcnut's 3,8,9 concept with your no brain and had 3 wins this past week. Now on top of the 3,8,9 & no brain i've been trying to use the new grid concept that cps10 was posting,  trying to make the number choices more state specific. trying to see if a state hasn't had one of the preferred numbers with a week or longer then it is prime.  very time consuming so haven't hit as many as i think are possible.

i was also trying to see if vtracs could also be tied in somehow.

Numbers.

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1st thank you for the no brain numbers. I also thought of using pcnut's 3,8,9 concept with your no brain and had 3 wins this past week. Now on top of the 3,8,9 & no brain i've been trying to use the new grid concept that cps10 was posting,  trying to make the number choices more state specific. trying to see if a state hasn't had one of the preferred numbers with a week or longer then it is prime.  very time consuming so haven't hit as many as i think are possible.

i was also trying to see if vtracs could also be tied in somehow.

Texas evening 11/10 is the prime candidate    (3,8,9)(no brain)(new grid {Win D theory})

019, 028, 037, 579, 039, 048, 148, 013, 059, 068, 248, 159, 168, 357, 079, 268, 179, 359, 035, 018, 135, 379,

Numbers.

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Check this out:

I worked on the past year....this is what I came up with:

 Odds BOX Odds STR Evens BOX Evens STR Cost Profit BOX Only STR Only Oct 05 77 8 99 20 \$62,400 (\$10,800) (\$4,800) (\$6,000) Nov 05 102 17 95 22 \$62,400 \$2,250 (\$1,650) \$3,900 Dec 05 79 11 106 21 \$62,400 (\$5,850) (\$3,450) (\$2,400) Jan 06 95 11 100 10 \$62,400 (\$14,250) (\$1,950) (\$12,300) Feb 06 89 21 90 13 \$62,400 (\$4,950) (\$4,350) (\$600) Mar 06 106 15 105 18 \$62,400 (\$1,050) \$450 (\$1,500) Apr 06 97 14 109 28 \$62,400 \$6,300 (\$300) \$6,600 May 06 101 27 119 21 \$62,400 \$13,800 \$1,800 \$12,000 June 06 98 15 91 18 \$62,400 (\$4,350) (\$2,850) (\$1,500) July 06 104 8 95 27 \$62,400 (\$1,050) (\$1,350) \$300 Aug 06 104 18 115 17 \$62,400 \$1,950 \$1,650 \$300 Sept 06 96 19 122 19 \$62,400 \$4,500 \$1,500 \$3,000 (\$13,500) (\$15,300) \$1,800

Now...what this suggests to me is the following:

These numbers have great merit. If you apply a progression to these numbers, playing all states, you would come up with a very large cash profit. Later this evening I could look into this on a state-by-state case and show you just how powerful a progression would be when applying it to these numbers that have been reduced.

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Progression for using either ODDS OR EVENS:

 Draw Bet Units If Loss If Won 1 \$10 1 (\$10) \$140 2 \$10 1 (\$20) \$130 3 \$10 1 (\$30) \$120 4 \$10 1 (\$40) \$110 5 \$10 1 (\$50) \$100 6 \$10 1 (\$60) \$90 7 \$10 1 (\$70) \$80 8 \$10 1 (\$80) \$70 9 \$10 1 (\$90) \$60 10 \$10 1 (\$100) \$50 11 \$10 1 (\$110) \$40 12 \$10 1 (\$120) \$30 13 \$10 1 (\$130) \$20 14 \$10 1 (\$140) \$10 15 \$20 2 (\$160) \$140 16 \$20 2 (\$180) \$120 17 \$20 2 (\$200) \$100 18 \$20 2 (\$220) \$80 19 \$20 2 (\$240) \$60 20 \$20 2 (\$260) \$40 21 \$20 2 (\$280) \$20 22 \$30 3 (\$310) \$140 23 \$30 3 (\$340) \$110 24 \$30 3 (\$370) \$80 25 \$30 3 (\$400) \$50 26 \$30 3 (\$430) \$20 27 \$40 4 (\$470) \$130 28 \$40 4 (\$510) \$90 29 \$40 4 (\$550) \$50 30 \$40 4 (\$590) \$10 31 \$50 5 (\$640) \$110 32 \$50 5 (\$690) \$60 33 \$50 5 (\$740) \$10 34 \$60 6 (\$800) \$100 35 \$60 6 (\$860) \$40 36 \$70 7 (\$930) \$120 37 \$70 7 (\$1,000) \$50 38 \$80 8 (\$1,080) \$120 39 \$80 8 (\$1,160) \$40 40 \$90 9 (\$1,250) \$100 41 \$90 9 (\$1,340) \$10 42 \$100 10 (\$1,440) \$60 43 \$110 11 (\$1,550) \$100 44 \$120 12 (\$1,670) \$130 45 \$120 12 (\$1,790) \$10 46 \$130 13 (\$1,920) \$30 47 \$140 14 (\$2,060) \$40 48 \$150 15 (\$2,210) \$40 49 \$160 16 (\$2,370) \$30 50 \$170 17 (\$2,540) \$10 51 \$190 19 (\$2,730) \$120 52 \$200 20 (\$2,930) \$70 53 \$210 21 (\$3,140) \$10 54 \$230 23 (\$3,370) \$80 55 \$250 25 (\$3,620) \$130 56 \$260 26 (\$3,880) \$20 57 \$280 28 (\$4,160) \$40 58 \$300 30 (\$4,460) \$40 59 \$320 32 (\$4,780) \$20 60 \$350 35 (\$5,130) \$120

Generally, one of these has to hit within 2 months in each state, wouldn't you say?

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