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 Posted: November 7, 2006, 3:59 pm - IP Logged

Thanks Rick - I understand what you mean by the premise of your system.  While supposed to be for eve only, it's apparent that the numbers are also working midday.  So using a tool (like rt sum) to narrow down the picks to a fraction, you can play both midday AND evening and get the benefit of both draws.....  Nice work Rick.. keep it up man, keep it up!!

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Thanks Rick - I understand what you mean by the premise of your system.  While supposed to be for eve only, it's apparent that the numbers are also working midday.  So using a tool (like rt sum) to narrow down the picks to a fraction, you can play both midday AND evening and get the benefit of both draws.....  Nice work Rick.. keep it up man, keep it up!!

Calabs this is an interesting approach and I'm glad you're investigating it.  Looking at cps10's spreadsheet, there were more box hits in the midday but less straight hits in the midday.  Since we're using close to 40% of the combos we should expect a 40% boxed hit rate in the long run so I'm not impressed with my evening list until it can produce 50% wins using less than 40% of the combos, know what I mean?

My honest opinion is that the states threw an extra draw in there (midday) to mess with us and take more of our money.

But make it work if you can.  Doesn't matter how it gets done as long as the nail is pounded in and flush with the board with as few strikes as possible.  That's the common goal.

So go for it!

Posted 4/6:  IL Pick 3 midday and evening until they hit:  555, 347 (str8).

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Thanks Rick - As long as you provide the numbers, I'll work the rt sum thing!!!

I love your analogies!! This time, I feel like going home and working with POWER TOOLS!!!  Maybe a table saw or saws-all!!!  Something with a real RIP to it!!

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Thanks Rick - As long as you provide the numbers, I'll work the rt sum thing!!!

I love your analogies!! This time, I feel like going home and working with POWER TOOLS!!!  Maybe a table saw or saws-all!!!  Something with a real RIP to it!!

HA!  Gave me my first good laugh of the day.  Still laughing....be careful with those tools!

Posted 4/6:  IL Pick 3 midday and evening until they hit:  555, 347 (str8).

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Hehe!!  I think once I go out and vote tonight, I may NEED to release some negative energy by destroying something!!!!

Got a good feeling about GA tonight Rick!!  Maybe the rt sum 5 coming in... the pressure relief valve on 5 is about to blow big time!!!!  Lots of good numbers in you list too!!!!!

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Hehe!!  I think once I go out and vote tonight, I may NEED to release some negative energy by destroying something!!!!

Got a good feeling about GA tonight Rick!!  Maybe the rt sum 5 coming in... the pressure relief valve on 5 is about to blow big time!!!!  Lots of good numbers in you list too!!!!!

Calabs, believe it or not I'm still chuckling at your last post.  Good one...that kind of humor makes my day.

I'm feeling real good about the lists tonight.  Had a good feeling when I posted 'em and we're behind in the expectations so I'll be disappointed if we have another bad night, but not discouraged.  (I hope...two bad nights in a row hasn't helped).

Good luck in GA tonight...a favorite lottery state of mine with some favorite LP members from the get-go.

Posted 4/6:  IL Pick 3 midday and evening until they hit:  555, 347 (str8).

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Thanks Rick - Yeah, played that 613 last night in GA.... came out midday today!!  DOE!!!!  When will I learn to play back my numbers... this happens all the time to me!!!!

Anyway, I've got a good feeling about GA tonight too!!! Let's get paid!!! :-)

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 Posted: November 7, 2006, 6:22 pm - IP Logged

Cps,

Yes, I think TN is the state to be watching now....way behind in expectations.  I'm really expecting a flurry of wins there.

Calabs,  I can't take credit for the IL midday 178 because technically it was for the eve. draw.  IL has had a few wins in a row in the evening though, so I'm not real confident of a hit tonight.  If nothing else I hope people see the power of always playing their combos in ascending numerical  order.  When taking doubles and singles into consideration it is less than one out of every five hits to be a straight in the long run.

But as I have said before if anyone can make the list work for them in any way, then more power to them.  I'm only interested in the overall statistical results of the project.  Like I said before, my lottery play is down to 1 quick pick a day in our 5/39 game, yet I'm loving the lottery more than ever.  Sometimes you have to remove yourself personally from a situation to get the true enjoyment out of it.

Good work on that root sum aspect!  Make that baby work in TN for us.

The combined brain trust you guys are offering is worth the price of admission.

Thanks, everyone.

PS... to cps10.... one day we'll have to discuss progression from my aspect and that's not using overdue situations but using hot streaks to your advantage and backing off on cold streaks.  I'll have to work on that and we'll toss it around later.  Let's see if this works as it's supposed on flat betting first.

I'm open to discussion anytime you would like, my friend!!

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 Posted: November 7, 2006, 8:20 pm - IP Logged

I'm open to discussion anytime you would like, my friend!!

cps, when we have a better handle on the capabilities of these lists then I'll know if I can apply my old profit progression method to this idea.  (I think I've posted it in a very early blog or thread) It is essential to have a very solid idea of straight-bet wins expectations for the state being played.  Time will tell in this respect.

Plus I have to figure out how to apply it money-wise to this shotgun approach which is new for me.

First things first, right?

Posted 4/6:  IL Pick 3 midday and evening until they hit:  555, 347 (str8).

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 Posted: November 8, 2006, 9:23 am - IP Logged

OK, here are the rt sums to watch for today:

NJ - rt sum 5 or 7

SC - rt sum 2 or 4

TN - rt sum 2 or 4

GA - rt sum 5 or 8

IL - rt sum 5, 7, or 8

Hey Rick - Last night IL hit another rt sum due, this time rt sum 8.  But 332 was not on the list........bummer!

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cps, when we have a better handle on the capabilities of these lists then I'll know if I can apply my old profit progression method to this idea.  (I think I've posted it in a very early blog or thread) It is essential to have a very solid idea of straight-bet wins expectations for the state being played.  Time will tell in this respect.

Plus I have to figure out how to apply it money-wise to this shotgun approach which is new for me.

First things first, right?

That's right...you've got to crawl before you can walk!

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

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