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# The 2.882 System

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Fayetteville, Georgia
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Are you using a 12 digit calculator?

Ms. Pat

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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

You're living in the wrong state. It's not the calculator.

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OK, let's give this a try....first time I'm doing this so let's see how it goes.  A friend and I put together a spreadsheet that gives you the 36 numbers in lottolaugh's system.  Thanks Todd for all your help with tips on how to share files.  If it works, this link should bring you to the spreadsheet. I tried to open directly, but it wouldn't let me do it...so you may need to save the xls on your computer before you can open it.

https://members.lotterypost.com/calabs/lottolaughsystem.xls

Just a few comments to get you going.  There are only 3 cells that require your input (which means don't touch any other cell!! lol)  The divisor, which is now set at 2.882 (this can be changed to anything you want, like 2.772 and such)...the evening and midday draws... just put the number as it falls.  Make sure you put the evening in the evening cell and same for midday so the calculations work as designed.

There are two sets of 36 numbers.  The ones on the right side of the spreadsheet (in bold and bordered) are the numbers you will get should you use a 12 digit calculator (same numbers lottolaught is posting).  The number sets on the left account for zero as the last digit in a string.  I thought it would be interesting to see if one list works better than the other, but the numbers only differ slightly.

Good luck everyone, and let me know if this thing is working!!  I will also post this in lottolaugh's system thread "Straight UP" in the P3 forum.

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i understand lottolaughs system but i do not uinderstand your system to  the right can you explain how the 2054 came in...i am a student willing to learn.

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i understand lottolaughs system but i do not uinderstand your system to  the right can you explain how the 2054 came in...i am a student willing to learn.

If you understand lottolaugh's system, then you should understand the spreadsheet, since it IS lottolaugh's system! lol  Pay no attention to any of the cells OTHER THAN the 36 numbers to the right of the spreasheet which are bordered and in bold.  These are the 36 "plays" that you want...all other cells are for calculation purposes only.  hope this helps...

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thank you,,.i am not trying to be difficult...but Ga is a very state.

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thank you,,.i am not trying to be difficult...but Ga is a very state.

No prob!!  I want to make sure everyone understands the spreadsheet, so any questions are valid!!  Best of luck in GA!

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For the people that only have one draw, do you remove the mid day numbers and keep that cell blank?

wpb

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For the people that only have one draw, do you remove the mid day numbers and keep that cell blank?

Hi wpb,

I believe you have to have 2 sets of numbers to come up with the pairs so use 2 evening draws if your state has no mid.

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Hi wpb,

I believe you have to have 2 sets of numbers to come up with the pairs so use 2 evening draws if your state has no mid.

Thanks!  Two eve draw would be great since NC seems to be 1 day behind in the calculations.

wpb

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system still going well in PA.

midday 2/11  (415) hit boxed

midday 2/12  (271) hit boxed twice.

Looking good so far!!  Thanks again.

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calabs

The divisor, which is now set at 2.882 (this can be changed to anything you want, like 2.772 and such)?????????? How do we change this from 2.882 to the 2.772? just wondering Thanks in advance.......

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calabs

The divisor, which is now set at 2.882 (this can be changed to anything you want, like 2.772 and such)?????????? How do we change this from 2.882 to the 2.772? just wondering Thanks in advance.......

bootleg233 - Yes, you can set the divisor to whatever number you want.  Just click once on the cell, and type in your desired number, then hit enter.

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Gee Thanks Calabs

Ms. pat

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I tested it on Michigan 3-digit using Feb. 11 midday 756 and evening 096 on the 2.522 divisor and for today's midday (Feb. 12) Michigan real 3-digit number came up 153, and in the list of 36 numbers using the 2.522 divisor 531 came up. It didn't work on the 2.822 divisor, but it worked for the next day's midday number even though not in the same order.

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