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The "123 " Matrix System

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Posted: February 20, 2007, 7:11 pm - IP Logged

To many shapes to look for and it is highly unlikely that you can pick a shape for a number.

Yes  i do understand your shapes but they don't take that shape until the draw number is in

With the pairs is could be used as a pointer. Just my way of thinking I guess!

I am sure that with all the systems here at LP.... this will be one to check numbers against if used right.

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    To many shapes to look for and it is highly unlikely that you can pick a shape for a number.

    Yes  i do understand your shapes but they don't take that shape until the draw number is in

    With the pairs is could be used as a pointer. Just my way of thinking I guess!

    I am sure that with all the systems here at LP.... this will be one to check numbers against if used right.

    Thanks

    rod.

    With the pairs is could be used as a pointer. Just my way of thinking I guess!

     

    I think you just answered your own question. Why not use the pointers and determine what shape to use immediately around it. That would definitely cut the cost down, don't ya think?

    The next thing we would have to determine is what pointer to use. Since the "Smart Money" Is the repeater, meaning a good number of times, one or two of last night's drawing will be in the next one, could be a "Second Pointer" so to speak.

    Remember the example you used with 769? The pairs could be another filter or pointer. It's limitless if you ask me...

    But enough filters will narrow it down to a practical betting budget.

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      the 1 2 3 matrix works in wisconsin most the time for p3 and p4. what do you use for square. a certain number or pi? thanks

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        Hey folks....

        I'm unfortunately back from California. I'll give it one more shot next year.

        Anyway, I thought of another hair-brained system that is the best one yet. It's so simple but effective. It's for the p-3. The good news is that I get 2 out of 3 a good number of times. The bad news is how to get that elusive third. Maybe someone can help me out.

        I started from December 1st of 2006, listing all the winning numbers here in Florida. Then to the right of the winning number, I start the "123" matrix, or sequence. Whatever you want to call it. You can start with any point and time in your state, and you'll see the power of this. Forgive me if someone already has something similar  on here already. I just got internet service today, and haven't read much of the systems on here.

        As an example, I'll use my dec. 1st numbers from Florida...

        Dec.1 : 104 - 123

        Dec.2 : 305 - 456

        Dec.3 : 777 - 789

        Dec.4 : 871 - 012

        Dec.5 : 923 - 345

        Dec.6 : 400 - 678

        Dec.7 : 930 - 901

        Dec.8 : 729 - 234

        Dec.9 : 424 - 567

        Dec.10 : 992 - 890

        After the 890, you just loop back to "123" with the following day's winning number, and so on.

        If you notice Dec. 1st, you'll see that the "1" in 104 is also the "1" in 123...MMMMMM

        If you also look at the winning number on Dec. the 7th, "930" you'll see that the "9" is in 901....but that's not all. If you make a list of maybe a month or so, you'll see that most days, one or more of those numbers to the right of the winning numbers match. Consider the winning number above..729. See the "2" in 234 to the right of it. So now we have a tool that tells us what number or numbers will be in the night's winning combo.

        There is much more to this, but I want to give you the basics, and I will add more...much more, that I've studied in the past few months. There is another sequence that I write to the right of the "123" sequence. It's the "951" sequence. Whenever I have a match between the two, it makes it even more powerful. Do you see the 1 in 123, and the 1 in 951? But for now we'll stick to this.

         

        Thank you for the system.  I just have a few questions.  Are you suppose to do midday separate from evening numbers.  (start 2/1/07 midday at 123 and start 2/1/07 evening at 123).

         

        Also, I understand you can get one or possible two numbers?  (take you last line?

         

        1  -  -

        -  1  -

        -  -  1

        2 -  -

        -  2  -

        -  -  2

        3  -  -

        -  3  -

        -  -  3

        So I am playing 199, 192, 292, 299, 399, 392?

         

        Do you take numberse from the last draw?  Do you take numbers that are hot?  Do you take number that are cold?  This is the part I get a little lost.

         

        Lastly, what's the 951 sequence?  Maybe that would help a little.

         

        Thanks in advance.


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          Thank you for the system.  I just have a few questions.  Are you suppose to do midday separate from evening numbers.  (start 2/1/07 midday at 123 and start 2/1/07 evening at 123).

           

          Also, I understand you can get one or possible two numbers?  (take you last line?

           

          1  -  -

          -  1  -

          -  -  1

          2 -  -

          -  2  -

          -  -  2

          3  -  -

          -  3  -

          -  -  3

          So I am playing 199, 192, 292, 299, 399, 392?

           

          Do you take numberse from the last draw?  Do you take numbers that are hot?  Do you take number that are cold?  This is the part I get a little lost.

           

          Lastly, what's the 951 sequence?  Maybe that would help a little.

           

          Thanks in advance.

          If they use the same machines for both drawings, yes keep records for both as if they were one long stream, meaning the eve draw will be used for the next day for the mid and then eve, and so on.

          As far as what you use to fill in the empty slots, there is no one rule. What I do is to see what the drop down method provides and use them for the next draw and fill in the spaces as well. ( My drop down method is in the Systems fourm).

          Thirdly, the 951 sequence is used to also provide more clues of what potential number fills in those empty slots, just like the drop down method does. Just one more tool to study and compare with. (The 951 sequence is also in the systems forum).

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            Posted: February 22, 2007, 8:37 pm - IP Logged

            hello pacattacko5

            If i may add one more thing to your post. 

            If we have pointers for 1 digit...

            If we then have pointers for pairs  and shapes....

            Do we have a pointer for the third #?

            I was hoping that someone else saw what I had seen....

            There is a pointer for the third # as long as you have the pairs.(hint)

            Anyone want to take a guess as to where it is?

            thanks rod


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              hello pacattacko5

              If i may add one more thing to your post. 

              If we have pointers for 1 digit...

              If we then have pointers for pairs  and shapes....

              Do we have a pointer for the third #?

              I was hoping that someone else saw what I had seen....

              There is a pointer for the third # as long as you have the pairs.(hint)

              Anyone want to take a guess as to where it is?

              thanks rod

              Hey Redtag.....

              The pointers for 1 digit = one pointer

              The pointer for pairs = The second pointer

              The pointer for shapes = The third pointer

              Do you see where I'm going with this?

              You've listed 3 pointers, condensing two of them, but they're two separate entities....anyway...just semantics, but what I really wanted to say was, the moral of the story is that there aren't just a few ways to fill in the slots. It's an open probe baby...LOL

              As far as having the third number correctly in the right order relies more than just having a pair. First, it has to be the right pair of numbers, in the right order. Second, the pair has to be either in the front half or the back half of a winning number.

              I'll take a guess to that question. That third number is the least likely number you would think would come out. Hey....That's a good system. Think about it.... Even when I lose more than I win, most of the time it's because I thought the number I chose was the most likely to come out, sooo... the only reasonal logic one can assume is that I'm doing the wrong thing...LOL

              I should round up the top 5 most unlikely numbers to come out....And play them....HMMMMMM!!

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                Posted: February 23, 2007, 3:21 pm - IP Logged

                Nope try again


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                  Posted: February 23, 2007, 11:00 pm - IP Logged

                  Nope try again

                  You won't say?


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                    Posted: February 23, 2007, 11:15 pm - IP Logged

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