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Posted: May 29, 2007, 12:53 am - IP Logged

Hey all.I have question.How many boxed position is at pick 3,using single and double digit,and how many boxed position is using 1 number,, like 3XX,and finally where i can find pick 3 wheel engine..thx

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    Posted: May 29, 2007, 8:51 pm - IP Logged

    wow!!!! 101 viewed my post and not a single answer.....ok  let me anser my question,,myself....i dont know !!!

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      Posted: May 29, 2007, 9:14 pm - IP Logged

       bob27, make it easy on yourself.

      Look at the top right of the page & you will see Resources click on it, then click on Search for something. Input whatever it is you want to search & find. You will also see Date Range on the right on that same page & you can even search the forums & all of the history. 

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        Posted: May 29, 2007, 10:11 pm - IP Logged

        Hey all.I have question.How many boxed position is at pick 3,using single and double digit,and how many boxed position is using 1 number,, like 3XX,and finally where i can find pick 3 wheel engine..thx

        Go here and download the Maybells Quick Wheeler

        http://www.lotto-logix.com/wheellinks.html


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          Posted: May 29, 2007, 10:17 pm - IP Logged

          There is 120 possible box  single digit numbers times 6 is 720

          90 boxed double numbers times 3 is 270

          10 trips for a total of 1,000 numbers

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            Posted: May 30, 2007, 7:43 am - IP Logged

            Hey all.I have question.How many boxed position is at pick 3,using single and double digit,and how many boxed position is using 1 number,, like 3XX,and finally where i can find pick 3 wheel engine..thx

            You can learn a lot from this thread:

            http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/137048/663092

            About the Pick 3 and how things relate to each other!

            Also you may be interested in the Pick 3 Wheel Engine written by a Lottery Post Member for Lottery Post Members:

            http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/152911/806579

            A mind once stretched by a new idea never returns to its original dimensions!

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              Posted: May 30, 2007, 8:06 am - IP Logged

              That guy really just tried to copy Lottery Post's Inspector tool.  If you look at the user guide, he copied all the ideas and content that I created here, and then posted Lottery Post member names for "testimonials".  He's more of a rip-off artist than an originator.  He should try coming up with a new idea (like I did with Inspector) instead of re-packaging someone else's ideas.

              (I am referring to the first link)

               

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                Posted: May 30, 2007, 9:08 am - IP Logged

                There is 120 possible box  single digit numbers times 6 is 720

                90 boxed double numbers times 3 is 270

                10 trips for a total of 1,000 numbers

                Pick 3 Even/Odd-Low/High Boxed Distribution Chart

                3E0O-3L0H (10): 000 002 004 022 024 044 222 224 244 444
                3E0O-2L1H (09): 066 068 088 266 268 288 466 468 488
                3E0O-1L2H (12): 006 008 026 028 046 048 226 228 246 248 446 448
                3E0O-0L3H (04): 666 668 688 888

                2E1O-3L0H (12): 001 003 012 014 023 034 122 124 144 223 234 344
                2E1O-2L1H (30): 005 007 009 016 018 025 027 029 036 038 045 047 049 126 128 146 148 225 227 229 236 238 245 247 249 346 348 445 447 449
                2E1O-1L2H (24): 056 058 067 069 078 089 166 168 188 256 258 267 269 278 289 366 368 388 456 458 467 469 478 489
                2E1O-0L3H (09): 566 568 588 667 669 678 689 788 889

                1E2O-3L0H (09): 011 013 033 112 114 123 134 233 334
                1E2O-2L1H (24): 015 017 019 035 037 039 116 118 125 127 129 136 138 145 147 149 235 237 239 336 338 345 347 349
                1E2O-1L2H (30): 055 057 059 077 079 099 156 158 167 169 178 189 255 257 259 277 279 299 356 358 367 369 378 389 455 457 459 477 479 499
                1E2O-0L3H (12): 556 558 567 569 578 589 677 679 699 778 789 899

                0E3O-3L0H (04): 111 113 133 333
                0E3O-2L1H (12): 155 157 159 177 179 199 355 357 359 377 379 399
                0E3O-1L2H (09): 115 117 119 135 137 139 335 337 339
                0E3O-0L3H (10): 555 557 559 577 579 599 777 779 799 999

                Key: E=Even O=Odd L=Low H=High

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                  Posted: May 30, 2007, 1:38 pm - IP Logged

                  Oops! Made a couple of corrections!

                      Pick 3 Even/Odd-Low/High Distribution Chart

                  3E0O-3L0H (10): 000 002 004 022 024 044 222 224 244 444
                  3E0O-2L1H (12): 006 008 026 028 046 048 226 228 246 248 446 448
                  3E0O-1L2H (09): 066 068 088 266 268 288 466 468 488
                  3E0O-0L3H (04): 666 668 688 888

                  2E1O-3L0H (12): 001 003 012 014 023 034 122 124 144 223 234 344
                  2E1O-2L1H (30): 005 007 009 016 018 025 027 029 036 038 045 047 049 126 128 146 148 225 227 229 236 238 245 247 249 346 348 445 447 449
                  2E1O-1L2H (24): 056 058 067 069 078 089 166 168 188 256 258 267 269 278 289 366 368 388 456 458 467 469 478 489
                  2E1O-0L3H (09): 566 568 588 667 669 678 689 788 889

                  1E2O-3L0H (09): 011 013 033 112 114 123 134 233 334
                  1E2O-2L1H (24): 015 017 019 035 037 039 116 118 125 127 129 136 138 145 147 149 235 237 239 336 338 345 347 349
                  1E2O-1L2H (30): 055 057 059 077 079 099 156 158 167 169 178 189 255 257 259 277 279 299 356 358 367 369 378 389 455 457 459 477 479 499
                  1E2O-0L3H (12): 556 558 567 569 578 589 677 679 699 778 789 899

                  0E3O-3L0H (04): 111 113 133 333
                  0E3O-2L1H (09): 115 117 119 135 137 139 335 337 339
                  0E3O-1L2H (12): 155 157 159 177 179 199 355 357 359 377 379 399
                  0E3O-0L3H (10): 555 557 559 577 579 599 777 779 799 999

                  Key: E=Even O=Odd L=Low H=High

                  A mind once stretched by a new idea never returns to its original dimensions!