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The 2.882 System

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Posted: February 12, 2008, 4:32 pm - IP Logged

Gee Thanks Calabs

Neat little spreadsheet.

 

Ms. pat

You're welcome Ms. Pat!!  Best of luck to you....!

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    Posted: February 12, 2008, 4:36 pm - IP Logged

    For Fla using 1st Sat & Sun draw. 3 hits, so far

     

     

     

    2/2/20082/3/2008
    DivisorSATSUN
    2.882182330
    451510191915
    156565594945
    543430577770
    287879829299
    999992411111
    346467699992
    693939602023
    240407376762
    835355118186
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      For Fla using 1st Sat & Sun draw. 3 hits, so far

       

       

       

      2/2/20082/3/2008
      DivisorSATSUN
      2.882182330
      451510191915
      156565594945
      543430577770
      287879829299
      999992411111
      346467699992
      693939602023
      240407376762
      835355118186

      Playing 36 numbers X 8 draws = 288 plays with 3 wins.  Hope you had some straights.

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        Posted: February 12, 2008, 4:55 pm - IP Logged

        Playing 36 numbers X 8 draws = 288 plays with 3 wins.  Hope you had some straights.

        Looking at the draws, there was 1 straight, 1 3-way box, and 1 6-way box.  So, how to play them is the question. 

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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.

          Thanks calabs.  Great time saver.

           

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            Posted: February 12, 2008, 7:48 pm - IP Logged

            Calabs I'm confused. When I put in 322 and 816 in for NC its not giving me the same numbers as my calculator. When I do my calculations its giving me different numbers after the 528. My next sets are 934 and 345. Then the next row the calculator gives me 087 and 877 and 562 and 624. Am I missing something? Thanks for all your hard work. Sorry if someone already asked this.

            **ok..i think i see why now..its taking off the last 0 and the first 0 like your sheet said..duh....but is there a workaround for this? esp for when the 0 is in front of a number...thanks in advance!!!!

            *** maybe i should just delete this post..lol..b/c now i see...there are two separate charts of numbers...hmmmm but still neither show the 087 on the 6th row as the first number that the calculator produces. both sets omit 0 as the second number.

            131318994944
            457575814147
            158587922225
            728286232324
            252528345450
            877772624245
            902021383830
            313130189891
            108086315154

             

            Thats mi story and I'm sticking with it....
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              Posted: February 12, 2008, 8:31 pm - IP Logged

              Mistory

              I just put in your nums on the spreadsheet and I did the calculator and got the same...Try it again 322 eve and 816 mid your pairs are 38,21,26

               

              Ms. pat

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                Posted: February 12, 2008, 8:57 pm - IP Logged

                Mistory

                I just put in your nums on the spreadsheet and I did the calculator and got the same...Try it again 322 eve and 816 mid your pairs are 38,21,26

                 

                Ms. pat

                On the calculator when you divide 21 by 2.882 you get

                728660652324 hit enter and get:

                25283159345 hit enter again and get:

                087727825624

                The red 0 is dissapearing in the spreadsheet.

                 

                Thats mi story and I'm sticking with it....
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                  Posted: February 12, 2008, 9:01 pm - IP Logged

                  calabs - I played around with the divisor number and I set the divisor to 2.662 and I entered yesterday's (Feb. 11) Michigan's 2 (3-digits) Evening 096 and Midday 756. For (Feb. 12) Today's Midday was 153 and the evening was 713 and it came up in the 36 (3-digits both not in the same order) 315 & 371 so it worked in day 1 test. Now do I put both those numbers from today (Feb. 12), 153 & 713 into for tomorrow's (Feb. 13) 36 (3-digit) picks?

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                    Posted: February 12, 2008, 10:01 pm - IP Logged

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

                    Fantasia

                    I was having the same result, so I altered the Divisor I'm using to (2.8825)! I did my back-testing over again and saw that the ones that were off-by-one previously were now hits!

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                      Posted: February 12, 2008, 10:29 pm - IP Logged

                      Just wanted to mention that when you're working with excel - one of its downfalls is preceding zeros as numbers. Excel doesn't find these to be "significant digits." "significant digits" are defined as zeros placed to the right of the decimal place or to left of the decimal place only when preceded by a non-zero number therefore if a calculation gives you 03.1544387 (or whatever) the zero is lost even though it is important to us. Good Luck with the numbers, Pogo 

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                        Posted: February 12, 2008, 11:58 pm - IP Logged

                        Hi guys i've found a wonderful calc that works fine for this kind of system, the direct link is the following:

                        <www_geocities_com/easternstarsoftware/ACalc2p5Setup.zip>

                        If the link is erased the name of the file is ACalc2p5Setup.zip google it and download it.

                        when working clear by "reset command" and then write down  35/2.882 and calculate it then at the end you will find the result, I hope it works for everyone, in the direct link change "_" by "." and kill "<>"

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                          Just wanted to mention that when you're working with excel - one of its downfalls is preceding zeros as numbers. Excel doesn't find these to be "significant digits." "significant digits" are defined as zeros placed to the right of the decimal place or to left of the decimal place only when preceded by a non-zero number therefore if a calculation gives you 03.1544387 (or whatever) the zero is lost even though it is important to us. Good Luck with the numbers, Pogo 

                          Possible work-around for the disappearing  0 is to right click on the column headers (A.B.C.D.E...etc)choose format cells- under the Number Tab and Category choose Text instead of Number and click O.K.  The leading zeros will then show up.  This will change the alignment in the cells though so the numbers wont be nice and straight.  Dont believe this has any effect on the calculations though. I suggest making a copy of the spreadsheet and working from the copy until you figure out if this is gonna change anything else- just to be safe.

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                            It's 2:00 am and I can't sleep,argh! This system is driving me nuts!

                            Just got to thinking about a couple of things.

                            #1--Is every straight accounted for in this system? Every number between 000-999?

                            #2--What if we think of this system in reverse? I need to make up a chart of every number and what pair we needed to GET that straight. So say that 109 came up, wouldn't it be nice to have a chart that listed all the pairs that gave us 109? Then we could see how close our pairs came to it etc......maybe we might have to +1 or -1 to them to get the exact straight. Hmmmm.........

                            Sometimes I notice if you +5 to a pair it will give you the hit.

                            Well,I'm going to get started on this here,might as well, I'm up!

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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.

                              Nice system, Lottolaughs and terrific file, calabs.

                              This is going to do me just fine!Big Smile

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                              Thank you,

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