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Jackpotismine's "Rotating Power Numbers System" (RPNS)

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Kunming
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Posted: May 15, 2008, 2:58 pm - IP Logged

I've been trying to find a way that can maybe help all of us hit a Jackpot. I would like to have you give this a try for your State. The idea behind this system is if you can pick 3 PN's then getting the Jackpot will be easier. Now, I think that most player can  pick 1 or 2 PN's IMHO. I'm not sure, so that is why I started this thread.I would like to know what results  LP members are getting who try this system. I've been working on several States but the fact is that if you live in the state you probably are more in tune to the numbers there than I am. It doesn't matter if you play for real or on paper. I just want to know what results you are getting. I've been using 10 lines but I truely believe for the Pick 5 games 20 lines would be optimum. I know 20 lines gets to be expensive especially if you play everyday and play the other lottery games. I will post both the 10 lines and 20 lines and will explain how it works. PN's are numbers that appear in each game hence the name "power" number. When you pick your PN's it should be a number that you feel so strong about it being drawn. It could be "a feeling" , maybe because "it's hot", maybe because "it's cold" etc... . Whatever the reason doesn't matter but it should be your BEST number. Once you have 3 PN's you will put them in the PN column of which there is three. See Ex. 1 and Ex. 2. Once you have your 3 PN's the next step is to use the "one up, one down" method which will be put where the light green boxes are. Since your 1st PN is 10 in your first pair of greens boxes you will put 9o & 11o. Your 2nd PN is 13 so you would pick 12e & 14e and put it in your second pair of greens boxes. Finally your 3rd PN is 23 so your 3rd pair of green boxes would have the number 22e & 24e. By the way the small e & o means even and odd. With 10 lines you only have 3 pairs. With the 20 lines you have 4 pairs. The extra pair can be used for any number you want to use the "one up one down" method. The empty white boxes that are left are for your "regular selection numbers". The more lines you have the more numbers you can use so your odds increases. Here's where the "rotating" comes in. Once the numbers are drawn that night, for the next drawing you will move all the PN's. See Ex. 3 & 4. Enter your new PN's and repeat what I said in the beginning. If 1 or 2 or even ALL PN's are drawn you don't have to use them for the next draw. Pick new ones. It's all up to you. You are going to move the old PN's 3 at a time. See Ex. 5. For the 20 line game you can rotate the numbers more times. You can even have them rotate 4 at a time. I hope this explaination is clear. Another thing to remember, if you are going to play any tens (10,20,30,40) remember to use the "zero" trick numbers. When you use the "one up one down" method if your PN's are close for example  13o-14e-23o.   The first green boxes would have 12e & 14e the second would have 11o & 15e . The reason is you don't want to use the same up and down for the PN's. If you have any questions you can P.M. GOOD LUCK!

10 line game                          20 line game 

Ex. 1 
PNPNPNPNPNPN
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         

                                     Ex. 2

 

 



 

PNPNPNPNPNPN
10e13o23o 25o 9e10e13o23o 25o 9o
10e13o23o 3o 11o10e13o23o 3o 11o
10e13o23o 1o 33o10e13o23o 1o 33o
10e13o23o 18e 12e10e13o23o 18e 20e
10e13o23o 29o 14e10e13o23o 29o 32e
10e13o23o 30e 31o10e13o23o 2e 12e
10e13o23o 36e 22o10e13o23o 5o 14e
10e13o23o 37o 24o10e13o23o 33o 35o
10e13o23o 7o 11o10e13o23o 9o 14e
10e13o23o 21o 38e10e13o23o 31o 37o
10e13o23o 20e 22o
10e13o23o 3o 24e
10e13o23o 6e 24e
10e13o23o 18e 19o
10e13o23o 22e 27o
10e13o23o 25o 24e
10e13o23o 14e 26e
10e13o23o 11o 12e
10e13o23o 6e 30e
10e13o23o 36e 37o

 

 

Ex. 3                                       Ex. 4

 

PNPNPNPNPNPN
      10e        10e 
      10e        10e 
      10e        10e 
      13o        13o 
      13o        13o 
      13o        13o 
      23o        23o 
      23o        23o 
      23o        23o 
                   
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         

 

 

Ex. 5

 

PNPNPN
      6e 
      6e 
      6e 
      10e 
      10e 
      10e 
      13o 
      13o 
      13o 
      23o 

Play to win!

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    Kunming
    China
    Member #57910
    January 23, 2008
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    Posted: May 16, 2008, 3:21 am - IP Logged

    I've been trying to find a way that can maybe help all of us hit a Jackpot. I would like to have you give this a try for your State. The idea behind this system is if you can pick 3 PN's then getting the Jackpot will be easier. Now, I think that most player can  pick 1 or 2 PN's IMHO. I'm not sure, so that is why I started this thread.I would like to know what results  LP members are getting who try this system. I've been working on several States but the fact is that if you live in the state you probably are more in tune to the numbers there than I am. It doesn't matter if you play for real or on paper. I just want to know what results you are getting. I've been using 10 lines but I truely believe for the Pick 5 games 20 lines would be optimum. I know 20 lines gets to be expensive especially if you play everyday and play the other lottery games. I will post both the 10 lines and 20 lines and will explain how it works. PN's are numbers that appear in each game hence the name "power" number. When you pick your PN's it should be a number that you feel so strong about it being drawn. It could be "a feeling" , maybe because "it's hot", maybe because "it's cold" etc... . Whatever the reason doesn't matter but it should be your BEST number. Once you have 3 PN's you will put them in the PN column of which there is three. See Ex. 1 and Ex. 2. Once you have your 3 PN's the next step is to use the "one up, one down" method which will be put where the light green boxes are. Since your 1st PN is 10 in your first pair of greens boxes you will put 9o & 11o. Your 2nd PN is 13 so you would pick 12e & 14e and put it in your second pair of greens boxes. Finally your 3rd PN is 23 so your 3rd pair of green boxes would have the number 22e & 24e. By the way the small e & o means even and odd. With 10 lines you only have 3 pairs. With the 20 lines you have 4 pairs. The extra pair can be used for any number you want to use the "one up one down" method. The empty white boxes that are left are for your "regular selection numbers". The more lines you have the more numbers you can use so your odds increases. Here's where the "rotating" comes in. Once the numbers are drawn that night, for the next drawing you will move all the PN's. See Ex. 3 & 4. Enter your new PN's and repeat what I said in the beginning. If 1 or 2 or even ALL PN's are drawn you don't have to use them for the next draw. Pick new ones. It's all up to you. You are going to move the old PN's 3 at a time. See Ex. 5. For the 20 line game you can rotate the numbers more times. You can even have them rotate 4 at a time. I hope this explaination is clear. Another thing to remember, if you are going to play any tens (10,20,30,40) remember to use the "zero" trick numbers. When you use the "one up one down" method if your PN's are close for example  13o-14e-23o.   The first green boxes would have 12e & 14e the second would have 11o & 15e . The reason is you don't want to use the same up and down for the PN's. If you have any questions you can P.M. GOOD LUCK!

    10 line game                          20 line game 

    Ex. 1 
    PNPNPNPNPNPN
                       
                       
                       
                       
                       
                       
                       
                       
                       
                       
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             

                                         Ex. 2

     

     



     

    PNPNPNPNPNPN
    10e13o23o 25o 9e10e13o23o 25o 9o
    10e13o23o 3o 11o10e13o23o 3o 11o
    10e13o23o 1o 33o10e13o23o 1o 33o
    10e13o23o 18e 12e10e13o23o 18e 20e
    10e13o23o 29o 14e10e13o23o 29o 32e
    10e13o23o 30e 31o10e13o23o 2e 12e
    10e13o23o 36e 22o10e13o23o 5o 14e
    10e13o23o 37o 24o10e13o23o 33o 35o
    10e13o23o 7o 11o10e13o23o 9o 14e
    10e13o23o 21o 38e10e13o23o 31o 37o
    10e13o23o 20e 22o
    10e13o23o 3o 24e
    10e13o23o 6e 24e
    10e13o23o 18e 19o
    10e13o23o 22e 27o
    10e13o23o 25o 24e
    10e13o23o 14e 26e
    10e13o23o 11o 12e
    10e13o23o 6e 30e
    10e13o23o 36e 37o

     

     

    Ex. 3                                       Ex. 4

     

    PNPNPNPNPNPN
          10e        10e 
          10e        10e 
          10e        10e 
          13o        13o 
          13o        13o 
          13o        13o 
          23o        23o 
          23o        23o 
          23o        23o 
                       
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             

     

     

    Ex. 5

     

    PNPNPN
          6e 
          6e 
          6e 
          10e 
          10e 
          10e 
          13o 
          13o 
          13o 
          23o 

    You can also use this system with any 6-digit lottery by adding another column like this:

     

    PNPNPN
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               

     

    GOOD LUCK TO ALL WHO PLAY!

    Play to win!

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      Kunming
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      Posted: May 18, 2008, 11:01 am - IP Logged

      You can also use this system with any 6-digit lottery by adding another column like this:

       

      PNPNPN
                 
                 
                 
                 
                 
                 
                 
                 
                 
                 

       

      GOOD LUCK TO ALL WHO PLAY!

      This is the  " 3 Set PN Up and Down System" Here is an an example of how it would be filled in. The center or No.2 is your primary PN. No. 1 is "one up" No.3 is "one down". GOOD LUCK to all who use this system.

       

      PNPNPN
      11914341736
      1914343637
      1914332425
      1913333923
      218133325
      181333622
      1813332417
      1813331627
      181333311
      3171333719
      1712332939
      1712321615
      17123267

       

      Here is a blank so you can fill in your own numbers. Make sure you follow the colors for each number. The white boxes are your "regular selection numbers".

       

      PNPNPN
      1         
               
               
               
      2         
               
               
               
               
      3         
               
               
               

      Play to win!