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Posted: February 28, 2008, 9:48 am - IP Logged

I can't believe this shmidt. I played 419 for real. You're so close.

 

 

Cash 34-2-9

I know... When I saw those numbers, I thought I won again, then realized I was 1 # off ! DOH !! Almost a straight hit again ! Maybe a 6 # wheel would be better to cover that 1 extra number. Is a 6 number wheel 15 or 20 combos? .. I forget.

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    Posted: February 28, 2008, 10:12 am - IP Logged

    Gonna give it a shot for tonight ... Looks like 20 combos for a 6# wheel...

    2-28-2008 ... this one is a tough one...

    2+2=4, 8-2=6, 2-2+8=8, 2-2=0 , (seems to fit in) -->2, 2+8=10(1+0=1)

    468021

    468,460,462,461,480,482,481,402,401,421,

    680,682,681,602,601,621,802,801,821,021

    Let's see what happens with these.

    As for the Pick 4 ..Never tried it ..but here goes... (15 Combos)

    4680,4682,4681,4602,4601,4621,4802,

    4801,4821,4021,6802,6801,6821,6021,8021

    Good Luck!

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      Posted: February 28, 2008, 12:06 pm - IP Logged

      WOW!, another date that has all even #s. One can generate the odd #s by using the 1 from adding the 2+8 which = 10.

      If your state has not had all even #s this may be the day.   


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        Posted: February 28, 2008, 3:04 pm - IP Logged

        Pac, this is also a great system for selecting winning pick 4s. Either for a specific state or for playing across the board. It all works well!

        That would be a nice str8 for sure. Can you imagine?

        2-28-2008:

        2+2=4     2+8=10(1-0)        2+0=2       8-2=6      8-0=8

        410268

        4102    4106    4108    4026   4028   4268   1026   1028   1268   0268

        To play all ways for each number would cost 16 bucks at a buck a number. There are ten sets, so it would cost 160.00 bucks, but the return would be a whopping 5,000.00, take home 4,000.00

        But if you noticed, with the p-3, to cover most of the time all 3 ways usually costs around 300 bucks, so this is less....HMMMMM...But the p-4 usually shows a lot of doubles.

        I would think to just play box until you have a nice bankroll from your winnings, and then move up to straight plays.

        Ten bucks playing only box for now seems a little more sensible.

        The problem with applying this to the p-4 is that the p-4 often has repeat numbers, which can easily ruin your week...lol


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          Posted: February 28, 2008, 3:13 pm - IP Logged

          I just realized something. How can we do this for front and back pair betting. Both front and back have to be played straight. The lottery doesen't allow boxed bets.

          2-28-2008: 

          410268

          Front and back: 41   40   42   46   48   10   12   16   18   02   06   08   26   28   68 

          To cover both ways: 14   04   24   64   84   01   21   61   81   20   60   80   62   82   86

          Cost: 30 bucks....win: 50 bucks......net  20 bucks...Whoo Hoooo!..lol

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            I just realized something. How can we do this for front and back pair betting. Both front and back have to be played straight. The lottery doesen't allow boxed bets.

            2-28-2008: 

            410268

            Front and back: 41   40   42   46   48   10   12   16   18   02   06   08   26   28   68 

            To cover both ways: 14   04   24   64   84   01   21   61   81   20   60   80   62   82   86

            Cost: 30 bucks....win: 50 bucks......net  20 bucks...Whoo Hoooo!..lol

            If I'm gonna play anything, it has to be a minimum of at least 40-50 profit or it's really not worth my time to stop off and play. The $80 payoff for a pick3 box bet is fine with me. If I'm lucky enough to get it exact, then thats a bonus as I like to play Straight/Box sometimes, but mostly play boxed as hitting those numbers in any order are my best chances. I got lucky when I played those tickets that won the other day..I just had a good feeling about that 78 in the 1st & 2nd positions. That's when you gotta hit it hard. I've never played the front/back pairs on the pick 4... maybe I'll try it soon and see how it goes.

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              Posted: February 28, 2008, 3:43 pm - IP Logged

              I was referring to play them with the p-3. I didn't even know if you can play front back pairs on the p-4.


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                2-29-2008

                2+2=4    2+9=11 (1)      2+0=2     2+8=10(0)    8-2=6   8-0=8   

                412068

                412   410   416   418   420   426   428   406   408   468   120   126   128   106   108   168   206   208   268   068


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                  Posted: February 29, 2008, 8:31 pm - IP Logged

                  If we spent 180 bucks we would have netted 320. Or more online.

                  We have a winner with 264.

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                    Posted: March 1, 2008, 9:08 am - IP Logged

                    If we spent 180 bucks we would have netted 320. Or more online.

                    We have a winner with 264.

                    Good job Pac ..Way to go on 264 !! ! I didnt get a chance to play yesterday unfortunately. 

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                      Posted: March 1, 2008, 12:11 pm - IP Logged

                      Good job Pac ..Way to go on 264 !! ! I didnt get a chance to play yesterday unfortunately. 

                      Thanx, but I wish I had really played. I think we've won 8 times and lost 4. So I would've still been way ahead of the game by about a thousand or so. Maybe in the near furure I'll start.

                      3-1-2008

                      3+1=4     3+2=5      3+0=3      3+11=14(1)     8-2=6      8-1=7

                      453167

                      453   451   456   457   431   436   437   416   417   467   531   536   537   516   517   567   316   317   367   167


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                        Thanx, but I wish I had really played. I think we've won 8 times and lost 4. So I would've still been way ahead of the game by about a thousand or so. Maybe in the near furure I'll start.

                        3-1-2008

                        3+1=4     3+2=5      3+0=3      3+11=14(1)     8-2=6      8-1=7

                        453167

                        453   451   456   457   431   436   437   416   417   467   531   536   537   516   517   567   316   317   367   167

                        Those dang doubles ruin my day...lol The winner was 443.

                        3-2-2008

                        3+2=5      3+0=3      3=8=11(1)     8+2=10(0)    8-2=6   

                        53106

                        531   530   536   510   516   506   310   316   106

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                          Posted: March 3, 2008, 8:43 am - IP Logged

                          Yeah.. doubles can hurt ya. Been burnt many times by them.

                          I'll take a shot at tonight's pick 3... Here goes..

                          3-3-2008

                          3-3=0, 3+3=6, 3+3+2=8, 3-2=1, 3-2+8=9

                          06819

                          068-061-069-081-089-019-681-689-619-819

                          If I had to add 1 more number to this wheel, it would be a 7

                          Good Luck !

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