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# The 2.882 System

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Sunny California
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You will need a 12 digit calculator for this, an adding machine won't work.

Take note players in North Carolina, Georgia, Illinois, Kentucky, Maryland, Ohio, Oklahoma,

Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Tri State and Texas--this seems to work pretty well in these states.

First take your last 2 draws---(if your state has a mid and eve draw, use those)

North Carolina example---

399

562

Now take the first pair going down (35) and divide by 2.882  on your 12 digit calculator.

Write down the first 4 digits and last 4 digits and that will be your first strings.

1214   2054

Press your equals sign (=) again and write down again the first 4 digits and last 4 digits--

4213  9083

and again,press your equals for the third time,first 4/last 4----

1462  2707

Take the next pair going down (96) and also (92) and do the same.

Here will be your numbers to look for Saturday and Sunday---

1214  2054  4213  9083  1462  2707  3331  2491  1155  7005

4010  8566  3192  6197  1107  1713  3843  6544

Of course,anyone can try this. If it's not working for you try dividing by 2.772  instead.

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First question.  Why am I not getting the same last 4 numbers that you are showing?  I tried on a calculator and also using excel.  This is the first set of numbers I get using both excel and a calculator.

 12.1443

the first set is correct but the 2054 is not there/

wpb

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First question.  Why am I not getting the same last 4 numbers that you are showing?  I tried on a calculator and also using excel.  This is the first set of numbers I get using both excel and a calculator.

 12.1443

the first set is correct but the 2054 is not there/

Hello wpb and Ms. Pat!

The reason you are getting different numbers is because you must use a 12 digit calculator. Me and my buddy Budward have had this discussion many times because he writes a lot of spreadsheets for me using Excel and his numbers always differ from mine just a bit. If you want the exact numbers you will have to purchase a 12 digit that can be found at any office supply store for around \$20 or less. In my opinion it is one of the best investments a pick 3 player can make, it will open up a whole new world to you.

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Thanks lottolaughs

I am on my way to office depot........

Ms. Pat

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Thanks lottolaughs

I am on my way to office depot........

Ms. Pat

That's great Ms. Pat! That's where I got mine, it is the Office Depot brand KS-3000 profit calculator model. Around 20 bucks.

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Combine mid/ev  or ev/ev?????

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Thank you!!!!!!!!!!

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Combine mid/ev  or ev/ev?????

Hello kitty!

Use your mid/eve. Or if you're up to it, try 2 evenings or 2 mids. I stuck with mid/eve but you never know,do you? haha

Good luck!

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Thank you!!!!!!!!!!

Hello Rubi love! Thanks for you support as always!

Charlotte NC
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You will need a 12 digit calculator for this, an adding machine won't work.

Take note players in North Carolina, Georgia, Illinois, Kentucky, Maryland, Ohio, Oklahoma,

Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Tri State and Texas--this seems to work pretty well in these states.

These states you have listed are also the states (including a few others) that frequentlyget NC numbers (using Jan-Feb stats) before and after with the exception of GA and MD.  I thought it was interesting that you were using these states for this workout.  Good work!

takeemtothebank

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Hello wpb and Ms. Pat!

The reason you are getting different numbers is because you must use a 12 digit calculator. Me and my buddy Budward have had this discussion many times because he writes a lot of spreadsheets for me using Excel and his numbers always differ from mine just a bit. If you want the exact numbers you will have to purchase a 12 digit that can be found at any office supply store for around \$20 or less. In my opinion it is one of the best investments a pick 3 player can make, it will open up a whole new world to you.

You can use the scientific view of the calculator on your computer.  35/2.882=12.144344205412907702987038861901

Since you will get a lot more than 12 digits, you'll have to only look at the first 12 digits and discard the rest.

* you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket *

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Thank you Lottolaughs,

.... it is kickinnnnnnnnnnnn!

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You are using Pick 3 numbers to obtain plays for a Pick 4 game??

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You are getting 4-digit strings to use in a wheel.

The numbers produced by that string are:

123, 124, 134, 234

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