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# Interesting Pick 3 and Pick 4 Numbers

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The Quantum Master
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The Pick 4 conditional example.

The condition is (A or B) and (C or D) from the set of numbers {A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J} and the Base Combo Set is:

 1 A A A C 2 A A A D 3 A A B C 4 A A B D 5 A A C C 6 A A C D 7 A A C E 8 A A C F 9 A A C G 10 A A C H 11 A A C I 12 A A C J 13 A A D D 14 A A D E 15 A A D F 16 A A D G 17 A A D H 18 A A D I 19 A A D J 20 A B B C 21 A B B D 22 A B C C 23 A B C D 24 A B C E 25 A B C F 26 A B C G 27 A B C H 28 A B C I 29 A B C J 30 A B D D 31 A B D E 32 A B D F 33 A B D G 34 A B D H 35 A B D I 36 A B D J 37 A C C C 38 A C C D 39 A C C E 40 A C C F 41 A C C G 42 A C C H 43 A C C I 44 A C C J 45 A C D D 46 A C D E 47 A C D F 48 A C D G 49 A C D H 50 A C D I 51 A C D J 52 A C E E 53 A C E F 54 A C E G 55 A C E H 56 A C E I 57 A C E J 58 A C F F 59 A C F G 60 A C F H 61 A C F I 62 A C F J 63 A C G G 64 A C G H 65 A C G I 66 A C G J 67 A C H H 68 A C H I 69 A C H J 70 A C I I 71 A C I J 72 A C J J 73 A D D D 74 A D D E 75 A D D F 76 A D D G 77 A D D H 78 A D D I 79 A D D J 80 A D E E 81 A D E F 82 A D E G 83 A D E H 84 A D E I 85 A D E J 86 A D F F 87 A D F G 88 A D F H 89 A D F I 90 A D F J 91 A D G G 92 A D G H 93 A D G I 94 A D G J 95 A D H H 96 A D H I 97 A D H J 98 A D I I 99 A D I J 100 A D J J 101 B B B C 102 B B B D 103 B B C C 104 B B C D 105 B B C E 106 B B C F 107 B B C G 108 B B C H 109 B B C I 110 B B C J 111 B B D D 112 B B D E 113 B B D F 114 B B D G 115 B B D H 116 B B D I 117 B B D J 118 B C C C 119 B C C D 120 B C C E 121 B C C F 122 B C C G 123 B C C H 124 B C C I 125 B C C J 126 B C D D 127 B C D E 128 B C D F 129 B C D G 130 B C D H 131 B C D I 132 B C D J 133 B C E E 134 B C E F 135 B C E G 136 B C E H 137 B C E I 138 B C E J 139 B C F F 140 B C F G 141 B C F H 142 B C F I 143 B C F J 144 B C G G 145 B C G H 146 B C G I 147 B C G J 148 B C H H 149 B C H I 150 B C H J 151 B C I I 152 B C I J 153 B C J J 154 B D D D 155 B D D E 156 B D D F 157 B D D G 158 B D D H 159 B D D I 160 B D D J 161 B D E E 162 B D E F 163 B D E G 164 B D E H 165 B D E I 166 B D E J 167 B D F F 168 B D F G 169 B D F H 170 B D F I 171 B D F J 172 B D G G 173 B D G H 174 B D G I 175 B D G J 176 B D H H 177 B D H I 178 B D H J 179 B D I I 180 B D I J 181 B D J J

Randomly select numbers only once from 0 to 9, example: {7, 3, 0, 2, 8, 6, 1, 9, 4, 5}

Insert the numbers for the letters as follows, A = 7, B = 3, C = 0, D = 2, E = 8, F = 6, G = 1, H = 9, I = 4 and J = 5.

The Combo List to play should look like the table below.

If (7 or 3) and (0 or 2) are in the Pick 4 numbers there will be a winning combo among the list of combos listed.

Examples of a winning Pick 4 draw would be, 7092 or 7231 or 3056 or 3322.

Examples of non-winning Pick 4 draws are 7311 or 7895 or 3377 or 0219.

Play as a \$0.50 or \$1.00 boxed only.

 1 7 7 7 0 2 7 7 7 2 3 7 7 3 0 4 7 7 3 2 5 7 7 0 0 6 7 7 0 2 7 7 7 0 8 8 7 7 0 6 9 7 7 0 1 10 7 7 0 9 11 7 7 0 4 12 7 7 0 5 13 7 7 2 2 14 7 7 2 8 15 7 7 2 6 16 7 7 2 1 17 7 7 2 9 18 7 7 2 4 19 7 7 2 5 20 7 3 3 0 21 7 3 3 2 22 7 3 0 0 23 7 3 0 2 24 7 3 0 8 25 7 3 0 6 26 7 3 0 1 27 7 3 0 9 28 7 3 0 4 29 7 3 0 5 30 7 3 2 2 31 7 3 2 8 32 7 3 2 6 33 7 3 2 1 34 7 3 2 9 35 7 3 2 4 36 7 3 2 5 37 7 0 0 0 38 7 0 0 2 39 7 0 0 8 40 7 0 0 6 41 7 0 0 1 42 7 0 0 9 43 7 0 0 4 44 7 0 0 5 45 7 0 2 2 46 7 0 2 8 47 7 0 2 6 48 7 0 2 1 49 7 0 2 9 50 7 0 2 4 51 7 0 2 5 52 7 0 8 8 53 7 0 8 6 54 7 0 8 1 55 7 0 8 9 56 7 0 8 4 57 7 0 8 5 58 7 0 6 6 59 7 0 6 1 60 7 0 6 9 61 7 0 6 4 62 7 0 6 5 63 7 0 1 1 64 7 0 1 9 65 7 0 1 4 66 7 0 1 5 67 7 0 9 9 68 7 0 9 4 69 7 0 9 5 70 7 0 4 4 71 7 0 4 5 72 7 0 5 5 73 7 2 2 2 74 7 2 2 8 75 7 2 2 6 76 7 2 2 1 77 7 2 2 9 78 7 2 2 4 79 7 2 2 5 80 7 2 8 8 81 7 2 8 6 82 7 2 8 1 83 7 2 8 9 84 7 2 8 4 85 7 2 8 5 86 7 2 6 6 87 7 2 6 1 88 7 2 6 9 89 7 2 6 4 90 7 2 6 5 91 7 2 1 1 92 7 2 1 9 93 7 2 1 4 94 7 2 1 5 95 7 2 9 9 96 7 2 9 4 97 7 2 9 5 98 7 2 4 4 99 7 2 4 5 100 7 2 5 5 101 3 3 3 0 102 3 3 3 2 103 3 3 0 0 104 3 3 0 2 105 3 3 0 8 106 3 3 0 6 107 3 3 0 1 108 3 3 0 9 109 3 3 0 4 110 3 3 0 5 111 3 3 2 2 112 3 3 2 8 113 3 3 2 6 114 3 3 2 1 115 3 3 2 9 116 3 3 2 4 117 3 3 2 5 118 3 0 0 0 119 3 0 0 2 120 3 0 0 8 121 3 0 0 6 122 3 0 0 1 123 3 0 0 9 124 3 0 0 4 125 3 0 0 5 126 3 0 2 2 127 3 0 2 8 128 3 0 2 6 129 3 0 2 1 130 3 0 2 9 131 3 0 2 4 132 3 0 2 5 133 3 0 8 8 134 3 0 8 6 135 3 0 8 1 136 3 0 8 9 137 3 0 8 4 138 3 0 8 5 139 3 0 6 6 140 3 0 6 1 141 3 0 6 9 142 3 0 6 4 143 3 0 6 5 144 3 0 1 1 145 3 0 1 9 146 3 0 1 4 147 3 0 1 5 148 3 0 9 9 149 3 0 9 4 150 3 0 9 5 151 3 0 4 4 152 3 0 4 5 153 3 0 5 5 154 3 2 2 2 155 3 2 2 8 156 3 2 2 6 157 3 2 2 1 158 3 2 2 9 159 3 2 2 4 160 3 2 2 5 161 3 2 8 8 162 3 2 8 6 163 3 2 8 1 164 3 2 8 9 165 3 2 8 4 166 3 2 8 5 167 3 2 6 6 168 3 2 6 1 169 3 2 6 9 170 3 2 6 4 171 3 2 6 5 172 3 2 1 1 173 3 2 1 9 174 3 2 1 4 175 3 2 1 5 176 3 2 9 9 177 3 2 9 4 178 3 2 9 5 179 3 2 4 4 180 3 2 4 5 181 3 2 5 5

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The Quantum Master
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 Posted: January 20, 2007, 4:18 am - IP Logged

Everyone getting this so far... or do we need to reinvent the wheel?

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 Posted: January 20, 2007, 4:25 am - IP Logged

Smart bets...... Equal Phat Pocket\$!

The Quantum Master
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 Posted: January 20, 2007, 4:49 am - IP Logged

Fantastic, someone has cultured and grown a brain.

You are welcome.

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Thank you Doug! This is great work!

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It looks good, however, Ive been down this rode a couple of times on my journey with a handful of golden nuggets (#s) to play and found this simple fact. That there is always a mathematical ebb & flow that normalizes at some point, sometimes it takes longer than other times depending on the current state of the game or its cycle. Therefore, I advise in your testing the following:

JADELottery: test your numbers for each state mid and eve for 30-60 days

CPS10: test SC midday over 1000 draws (about 3yrs) watch what it does over most of its cycles, you may find that it also presents a great challenge for even progression, unless you already have an unlimited supply of greenbacks

Unless your play consistantly changes with the current flow or state of the game it is not a sound mathematical solution. You cannot have a solid fix set of #s to play and expect to make it viable to the average with limited supply. Prove me incorrect or this one is my challenge to you. If you have a different set of 36 #s that change with the game maybe so....

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It looks good, however, Ive been down this rode a couple of times on my journey with a handful of golden nuggets (#s) to play and found this simple fact. That there is always a mathematical ebb & flow that normalizes at some point, sometimes it takes longer than other times depending on the current state of the game or its cycle. Therefore, I advise in your testing the following:

JADELottery: test your numbers for each state mid and eve for 30-60 days

CPS10: test SC midday over 1000 draws (about 3yrs) watch what it does over most of its cycles, you may find that it also presents a great challenge for even progression, unless you already have an unlimited supply of greenbacks

Unless your play consistantly changes with the current flow or state of the game it is not a sound mathematical solution. You cannot have a solid fix set of #s to play and expect to make it viable to the average with limited supply. Prove me incorrect or this one is my challenge to you. If you have a different set of 36 #s that change with the game maybe so....

I have tested in SC..it needs skip theory applied to as well as progressive wagering. That's how it works for me.

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

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Well CPS10, you have 2 pretty good guns, I would like to see your backtesting results over an extended period

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 Posted: January 22, 2007, 5:19 pm - IP Logged

Ok, this one is done. Remember, Randomly Select only once numbers from 0 to 9 and plug into the Wheel I just gave you. You'll have to choose Pick 3 or Pick 4. I think you can start with Pick 3 and work your way to Pick 4. If you'd like, do some analysis of previous numbers, but you'll do better with Randomly Selected Numbers.

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Ok, this one is done. Remember, Randomly Select only once numbers from 0 to 9 and plug into the Wheel I just gave you. You'll have to choose Pick 3 or Pick 4. I think you can start with Pick 3 and work your way to Pick 4. If you'd like, do some analysis of previous numbers, but you'll do better with Randomly Selected Numbers.

Ok, I read the entire thread closely, and I see that you are not working with a fixed set of numbers, rather a fixed structure to generate a random set of numbers.  I will do some extensive testing, I got a feeling that this will have some significant hot and cold swings.  If one tracks the swings shifts, you can then capitalize on it otherwise, sink in the black hole. I will report back.

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This too will be let go for now and incorporated into JADE LSG.

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