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Interesting Pick 3 and Pick 4 Numbers

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Posted: January 19, 2007, 2:55 am - IP Logged

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:

1AAAC
2AAAD
3AABC
4AABD
5AACC
6AACD
7AACE
8AACF
9AACG
10AACH
11AACI
12AACJ
13AADD
14AADE
15AADF
16AADG
17AADH
18AADI
19AADJ
20ABBC
21ABBD
22ABCC
23ABCD
24ABCE
25ABCF
26ABCG
27ABCH
28ABCI
29ABCJ
30ABDD
31ABDE
32ABDF
33ABDG
34ABDH
35ABDI
36ABDJ
37ACCC
38ACCD
39ACCE
40ACCF
41ACCG
42ACCH
43ACCI
44ACCJ
45ACDD
46ACDE
47ACDF
48ACDG
49ACDH
50ACDI
51ACDJ
52ACEE
53ACEF
54ACEG
55ACEH
56ACEI
57ACEJ
58ACFF
59ACFG
60ACFH
61ACFI
62ACFJ
63ACGG
64ACGH
65ACGI
66ACGJ
67ACHH
68ACHI
69ACHJ
70ACII
71ACIJ
72ACJJ
73ADDD
74ADDE
75ADDF
76ADDG
77ADDH
78ADDI
79ADDJ
80ADEE
81ADEF
82ADEG
83ADEH
84ADEI
85ADEJ
86ADFF
87ADFG
88ADFH
89ADFI
90ADFJ
91ADGG
92ADGH
93ADGI
94ADGJ
95ADHH
96ADHI
97ADHJ
98ADII
99ADIJ
100ADJJ
101BBBC
102BBBD
103BBCC
104BBCD
105BBCE
106BBCF
107BBCG
108BBCH
109BBCI
110BBCJ
111BBDD
112BBDE
113BBDF
114BBDG
115BBDH
116BBDI
117BBDJ
118BCCC
119BCCD
120BCCE
121BCCF
122BCCG
123BCCH
124BCCI
125BCCJ
126BCDD
127BCDE
128BCDF
129BCDG
130BCDH
131BCDI
132BCDJ
133BCEE
134BCEF
135BCEG
136BCEH
137BCEI
138BCEJ
139BCFF
140BCFG
141BCFH
142BCFI
143BCFJ
144BCGG
145BCGH
146BCGI
147BCGJ
148BCHH
149BCHI
150BCHJ
151BCII
152BCIJ
153BCJJ
154BDDD
155BDDE
156BDDF
157BDDG
158BDDH
159BDDI
160BDDJ
161BDEE
162BDEF
163BDEG
164BDEH
165BDEI
166BDEJ
167BDFF
168BDFG
169BDFH
170BDFI
171BDFJ
172BDGG
173BDGH
174BDGI
175BDGJ
176BDHH
177BDHI
178BDHJ
179BDII
180BDIJ
181BDJJ

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.

17770
27772
37730
47732
57700
67702
77708
87706
97701
107709
117704
127705
137722
147728
157726
167721
177729
187724
197725
207330
217332
227300
237302
247308
257306
267301
277309
287304
297305
307322
317328
327326
337321
347329
357324
367325
377000
387002
397008
407006
417001
427009
437004
447005
457022
467028
477026
487021
497029
507024
517025
527088
537086
547081
557089
567084
577085
587066
597061
607069
617064
627065
637011
647019
657014
667015
677099
687094
697095
707044
717045
727055
737222
747228
757226
767221
777229
787224
797225
807288
817286
827281
837289
847284
857285
867266
877261
887269
897264
907265
917211
927219
937214
947215
957299
967294
977295
987244
997245
1007255
1013330
1023332
1033300
1043302
1053308
1063306
1073301
1083309
1093304
1103305
1113322
1123328
1133326
1143321
1153329
1163324
1173325
1183000
1193002
1203008
1213006
1223001
1233009
1243004
1253005
1263022
1273028
1283026
1293021
1303029
1313024
1323025
1333088
1343086
1353081
1363089
1373084
1383085
1393066
1403061
1413069
1423064
1433065
1443011
1453019
1463014
1473015
1483099
1493094
1503095
1513044
1523045
1533055
1543222
1553228
1563226
1573221
1583229
1593224
1603225
1613288
1623286
1633281
1643289
1653284
1663285
1673266
1683261
1693269
1703264
1713265
1723211
1733219
1743214
1753215
1763299
1773294
1783295
1793244
1803245
1813255

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    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

      Thank you Jadelottery!

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        Thank you Jadelottery!

        Fantastic, someone has cultured and grown a brain.

        You are welcome.

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          Posted: January 20, 2007, 9:40 am - IP Logged

          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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                  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. Wink

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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. Wink

                    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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                      Posted: February 2, 2007, 9:38 am - IP Logged

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

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                      Any gain or loss is your responsibility.
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                      Knowledge is Beyond Belief
                      Wisdom is Not Censored
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