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The 2.882 System

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Pogo's avatar - wfl
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Posted: February 11, 2008, 7:56 pm - IP Logged

Everyone that has requested the link should have it by now.

Also I wanted to say that since this system doesn't require a history to be retained you can simply type your newest numbers over the oldest numbers and it should automatically recalculate, if not hit F9 to force EXCEL to recalc. The numbers that are currently in there are none other than NC. Let me know how you like it - or possible improvements (within my limited Excel means anyways :-) )  Pogo

    Pogo's avatar - wfl
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    One thing folks are having a few questions about is entering your next set of numbers so I'll show you how I'm doing it instead of creating an ever increasing SpreadSheet...

    Before New Numbers: 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               
    02/10/08                 
    02/09/08667  218185569697758584803035263631687873
    02/08/08399  121214205054421213908083146462270707
    02/07/08562  183839939396638380346469221214181814
    02/06/08322  131318994944457575814147158587922225
    02/05/08816  277775040409963631504048334342047474
    02/04/08043  31212.36767110808371919237575.955553
    02/03/08990  343435038381119191912122413135508087
    02/02/08940  333331249491115155005058401010856569
    02/01/08619  208081780807722223128287250506035356

    After New Numbers:   

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               
    02/10/08                 
    02/09/08667  218185569697758584803035263631687873
    02/08/08399  121214205054421213908083146462270707
    02/07/08562  183839939396638380346469221214181814
    02/06/08322  131318994944457575814147158587922225
    02/05/08816  277775040409963631504048334342047474
    02/04/08043  31212.36767110808371919237575.955553
    02/03/08990  333331249491115155005058401010856569
    02/10/08619  229290358587794946941413275757339391
    02/09/08667  208081780807722223128287250506035356

     Notice the bottom numbers and date are the same as the top because it only needs the previous draw, then you continue up the column of numbers to the top at which point you start at the bottom again with the previous draw (bottom row will always be the old previous draw) While entering your new numbers over top of these old numbers (or different state's numbers) - Watch the results over to the right change automatically... Notice the results to the right of the entered numbers are now different for 2/10/2008 than they were for 2/2/2008. Hope this clears up a few things - Have Fun, Pogo

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      Posted: February 11, 2008, 8:53 pm - IP Logged

      *** System 2.882 ***

      New York Report Monday, February 11, 2008 [Mid-Day]

      79)  2741     274-741             7779      777-779
             9511     951-511            7536      753-536
             3300     330-300            4968      496-968

      78)  2706     270-706             5149      514-149
             9390     939-390            5673      567-673
             3258     325-258            9463      946-
      463



      05)  1734     173-734             1505      150-
      505     
             0601     060-601            9844      984-844
             0208     020-208            7529      752-529

             New York Mid-Day  Pick-3 Winning Number:
      3-4-6

             New York Evening Pick-3 winning number: 5-0-5

        MichDew's avatar - MountainDewSquare
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        Posted: February 11, 2008, 9:12 pm - IP Logged

        Would the 2.882 system work for Michigan 3-digit, Michigan draws 2 3-digits at 12:59pm and again at 7:29pm daily 7-days a week. And I found a 12-digit calculator from wal-mart on their website for under $20, would a Wal-Mart Casio 12-digit Business Calaculator be ok to use I would like to know if it the 2.882 system would work in Michigan 3-digit before I go out and buy the Calculator?

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          Posted: February 11, 2008, 9:14 pm - IP Logged

          Everyone that has requested the link should have it by now.

          Also I wanted to say that since this system doesn't require a history to be retained you can simply type your newest numbers over the oldest numbers and it should automatically recalculate, if not hit F9 to force EXCEL to recalc. The numbers that are currently in there are none other than NC. Let me know how you like it - or possible improvements (within my limited Excel means anyways :-) )  Pogo

          Pogo,thanks a million,I am going to give this a looking over in the morning when my eyes are fresh haha. It looks really neat,I really appreciate all the hard work you did putting this together!

           

          A big VALENTINE    to you!!!

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            Posted: February 11, 2008, 9:17 pm - IP Logged

            *** System 2.882 ***

            New York Report Monday, February 11, 2008 [Mid-Day]

            79)  2741     274-741             7779      777-779
                   9511     951-511            7536      753-536
                   3300     330-300            4968      496-968

            78)  2706     270-706             5149      514-149
                   9390     939-390            5673      567-673
                   3258     325-258            9463      946-
            463



            05)  1734     173-734             1505      150-
            505     
                   0601     060-601            9844      984-844
                   0208     020-208            7529      752-529

                   New York Mid-Day  Pick-3 Winning Number:
            3-4-6

                   New York Evening Pick-3 winning number: 5-0-5

            Mj, I think I'm going to have YOU post the numbers from now on,haha! Yours kicked butt today and mine fizzled for NY. There must be something about those midday draws! I'm going to do some more testing with just those. Great job,THANKS for the update!

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              Would the 2.882 system work for Michigan 3-digit, Michigan draws 2 3-digits at 12:59pm and again at 7:29pm daily 7-days a week. And I found a 12-digit calculator from wal-mart on their website for under $20, would a Wal-Mart Casio 12-digit Business Calaculator be ok to use I would like to know if it the 2.882 system would work in Michigan 3-digit before I go out and buy the Calculator?

              Hello MichDew,

              This system is brand spanking new and unless you do some testing you won't really know if it works in your state or not. But,no matter,if you are a serious Pick 3 player buying a 12 digit is one of the best moves you can make. BUT don't buy a Casio calculator because it does not continue to make calculations after pressing the equals sign (=). I made mention of this earlier. Try the Office Depot brand model KS-3000 profit calculator less then $20. You won't be sorry.

                MichDew's avatar - MountainDewSquare
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                There are no office Depot around the the city, in Michigan where i live, do you know where they are available the KS-3000 profit calculator, like Target, or Wal-Mart, or K-Mart or even on e-bay? Or other similiar 12-digit calculator what would work with the 2.882 system?

                  Pogo's avatar - wfl
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                  Pogo,thanks a million,I am going to give this a looking over in the morning when my eyes are fresh haha. It looks really neat,I really appreciate all the hard work you did putting this together!

                   

                  A big VALENTINE    to you!!!

                  Thank You! Just glad I can contribute... Pogo

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                    ***   2.882 System   *** 

                    New York

                    Tuesday, February 12, 2008

                    [Mid-Day]

                     

                    322

                    226

                    574

                    746

                    111

                    119

                    709

                    099

                    388

                    885

                    420

                    205

                    291

                    914

                    092

                    929

                    101

                    011

                    737

                    379

                    350

                    509

                    249

                    494

                    194

                    943

                    728

                    286

                    674

                    742

                    253

                    532

                    233

                    339

                    833

                    331

                    I've posted these to the Prediction Board for New York to make it easier to track, so let's see how they do.

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                      ***   2.882 System   *** 

                      New York

                      Tuesday, February 12, 2008

                      [Mid-Day]

                       

                      322

                      226

                      574

                      746

                      111

                      119

                      709

                      099

                      388

                      885

                      420

                      205

                      291

                      914

                      092

                      929

                      101

                      011

                      737

                      379

                      350

                      509

                      249

                      494

                      194

                      943

                      728

                      286

                      674

                      742

                      253

                      532

                      233

                      339

                      833

                      331

                      I've posted these to the Prediction Board for New York to make it easier to track, so let's see how they do.

                      Michael - did you use mid/ev???

                      love to nibble those micey feet.

                       

                                                   

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                        Michael - did you use mid/ev???

                        mid/mid

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                          mid/mid

                          Thanks.

                          love to nibble those micey feet.

                           

                                                       

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                            I found a small 12 digit calculator at Kmart for $4.99 and then a bigger one for $5.99.   

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                              i have tried the 2.882 system and i am coming up 1 digit off...what am i doing wrong?

                              Fantasia

                                 
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