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QC - 156 straight numbers?

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What amount of straight numbers would you play at maximum, per draw?

Less than 10 [ 6 ]  [35.29%]
Up to 20 [ 4 ]  [23.53%]
50 is my maximum! [ 2 ]  [11.76%]
I wanna hit, i play whatever is required! [ 3 ]  [17.65%]
Only 1 per draw [ 2 ]  [11.76%]
Total Valid Votes [ 17 ]  
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Posted: May 1, 2008, 4:53 pm - IP Logged

Hi,

i very seldom play pick4, but i think that is about to change.

In pick3, i play straights about 99% of the time, and at times i play up to 40 numbers per draw.

Now, since there are 10 times as many combinations in pick4, i figure i wouldn't worry about playing up to 400 numbers per draw,
afterall, the payout is 10 times as high also. Things should be in perspective.

So i was wondering if i'm losing my mind here, or something lol

 

The thing is, in QC, there is a structure that is 10.03 times due,
and it is 156 numbers.
These are all straight plays.

I will post them here, perhaps someone can benefit from it:

0343, 0345, 0347, 0363, 0365, 0367, 0543, 0545, 0547, 0563, 0565, 0567, 0743, 0745, 0747, 0763, 0765, 0767, 2343, 2345, 2347, 2363, 2365, 2367, 2543, 2545, 2547, 2563, 2565, 2567, 2743, 2745, 2747, 2763, 2765, 2767, 4143, 4145, 4147, 4163, 4165, 4167, 4303, 4305, 4307, 4323, 4325, 4327, 4341, 4349, 4361, 4369, 4383, 4385, 4387, 4503, 4505, 4507, 4523, 4525, 4527, 4541, 4549, 4561, 4569, 4583, 4585, 4587, 4703, 4705, 4707, 4723, 4725, 4727, 4741, 4749, 4761, 4769, 4783, 4785, 4787, 4943, 4945, 4947, 4963, 4965, 4967, 6143, 6145, 6147, 6163, 6165, 6167, 6303, 6305, 6307, 6323, 6325, 6327, 6341, 6349, 6361, 6369, 6383, 6385, 6387, 6503, 6505, 6507, 6523, 6525, 6527, 6541, 6549, 6561, 6569, 6583, 6585, 6587, 6703, 6705, 6707, 6723, 6725, 6727, 6741, 6749, 6761, 6769, 6783, 6785, 6787, 6943, 6945, 6947, 6963, 6965, 6967, 8343, 8345, 8347, 8363, 8365, 8367, 8543, 8545, 8547, 8563, 8565, 8567, 8743, 8745, 8747, 8763, 8765, 8767

Anyone that is familiar with my pick4 wheeling engine, or with filtering all together will pretty fast see what structure this represents.

The hot digits in QC are 0, 4 and 7
But then again, in pick4 it is rather hard to tell what the hot digits are, there are so many of them lol
It is a whole different ball game than pick3.

cheers
Ricky

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    Posted: May 1, 2008, 6:08 pm - IP Logged

    In your straight plays you have double numbers WHY? I take last 7 drawings and check to see what was played the most. I take 7 0f the hottest numbers and make combo's out of them. Seem to pick 3 right and they get stupid on the 4th one. What's your idea about that? When you mention Pick-3 what do you do then? My way doesn't work for that. Thanks

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      Posted: May 1, 2008, 6:22 pm - IP Logged

      In your straight plays you have double numbers WHY? I take last 7 drawings and check to see what was played the most. I take 7 0f the hottest numbers and make combo's out of them. Seem to pick 3 right and they get stupid on the 4th one. What's your idea about that? When you mention Pick-3 what do you do then? My way doesn't work for that. Thanks

      Hi,

      what numbers are double in the list?

      cheers
      Ricky

      lasas3

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        Posted: May 1, 2008, 6:41 pm - IP Logged

        If you have enough draw history with a hit  skip of an exact group that is consistant I would consider that group playable.

        With pick 4 you and I know that the payout is ten times greater. So with that said you would not need to go into progression play early into your wagering.

        WHATT

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          Posted: May 1, 2008, 6:57 pm - IP Logged

          If you have enough draw history with a hit  skip of an exact group that is consistant I would consider that group playable.

          With pick 4 you and I know that the payout is ten times greater. So with that said you would not need to go into progression play early into your wagering.

          Hi,

          these are the past skips for these numbers boxed: 4  3  19  1  8  23  3  38  0  26 ...
          Average skip 9.91 draws

          These are the past skips for these numbers straight: 641  52  92  4  8  19  12  45  36  8  149 ...
          Average skip: 64.10

          The new LASAS4-engine will find whatever is extremely missing in all pick4 states.

          cheers
          Ricky

          lasas3

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            Posted: May 1, 2008, 11:32 pm - IP Logged

            I picked up to 20 numbers.

            Even though Pick 4 is a challenge I still like to play it. I guess the challenge is what draws me to it... Oh, and the payout is not bad either.

            BTW, you're not losing your mind, lol Big Grin

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              Posted: May 1, 2008, 11:34 pm - IP Logged

              I picked up to 20 numbers.

              Even though Pick 4 is a challenge I still like to play it. I guess the challenge is what draws me to it... Oh, and the payout is not bad either.

              BTW, you're not losing your mind, lol Big Grin

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                Posted: May 2, 2008, 12:58 pm - IP Logged

                someone reccommended 2222 in april,so i played it the whole month,gave up,now it'll probably hit in tri states.

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                  Posted: June 8, 2008, 4:08 am - IP Logged

                  I missed this poll somehow, but when I start becoming more active in playing Pick 4, my goal is to play no more then 5 numbers straight. I might go up to 10 (which is kind of pushing it), but I don't think I would play more then that amount, it kind of depends on the state and the numbers I am playing.

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