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# Just an observation

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Oklahoma
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Anyone else bact-tested this any? How does it look. Think it would be safe to say this could be known as THE "K.I.S.S." system!!!

GOOD LUCK EVERYONE

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Based on a previous post here by another member, I went back and looked through my states history to verify some facts. Based on these observations, it is amazing to me how many times the winning number can be found by doing a TTT of the previous 3 draws.....For Example:

Oklahoma draws:

06/10/08:  331

06/11/08:  931

06/12/08:  694

Winning number for 06/13/08 was 631. See how it can be found in the previous TTT? Sometimes it's not quite this visible, but it's amazing to me how many times this is the case!!

going to test your ttt.  Always nice to add tools.  Been using Casho-o's .  Thanks.

love to nibble those micey feet.

Dump Water Florida
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Arrrrrrrgh!!! right out of my upcoming book, you guys are going to leave
me with nothing.

Tic Tac Dough

This simple system uses the previous three drawings to
create eight numbers for the next draw.

Simply write out the last three draws . . .

Example from Florida:

04/07/2008 = 2-0-3
04/08/2008 = 5-3-8
04/09/2008 = 9-6-9

Play = 2-5-9 0-3-6 3-8-9 2-0-3 5-3-8 9-6-9 2-3-9 3-3-9

04/10/2008 = 3-8-5 across win

Played down, across and criss cross, this method picks
up repeats as well as repeats that skip a draw along
with picking up fresh wins.

Example from Florida:

04/21/2008 = 6-2-4
04/22/2008 = 0-6-1
04/23/2008 = 9-6-0

04/24-2008 = 4-6-9 upper right to lower left cross.

Fans of this method may also include inner and outer
corners.

Not that any of this stuff is really a secret, not here at least. BobP

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Arrrrrrrgh!!! right out of my upcoming book, you guys are going to leave
me with nothing.

Tic Tac Dough

This simple system uses the previous three drawings to
create eight numbers for the next draw.

Simply write out the last three draws . . .

Example from Florida:

04/07/2008 = 2-0-3
04/08/2008 = 5-3-8
04/09/2008 = 9-6-9

Play = 2-5-9 0-3-6 3-8-9 2-0-3 5-3-8 9-6-9 2-3-9 3-3-9

04/10/2008 = 3-8-5 across win

Played down, across and criss cross, this method picks
up repeats as well as repeats that skip a draw along
with picking up fresh wins.

Example from Florida:

04/21/2008 = 6-2-4
04/22/2008 = 0-6-1
04/23/2008 = 9-6-0

04/24-2008 = 4-6-9 upper right to lower left cross.

Fans of this method may also include inner and outer
corners.

Not that any of this stuff is really a secret, not here at least. BobP

Maybe I can hook this up with powertrails and get some wins!

Thanks much BobP!!!

Ed

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Arrrrrrrgh!!! right out of my upcoming book, you guys are going to leave
me with nothing.

Tic Tac Dough

This simple system uses the previous three drawings to
create eight numbers for the next draw.

Simply write out the last three draws . . .

Example from Florida:

04/07/2008 = 2-0-3
04/08/2008 = 5-3-8
04/09/2008 = 9-6-9

Play = 2-5-9 0-3-6 3-8-9 2-0-3 5-3-8 9-6-9 2-3-9 3-3-9

04/10/2008 = 3-8-5 across win

Played down, across and criss cross, this method picks
up repeats as well as repeats that skip a draw along
with picking up fresh wins.

Example from Florida:

04/21/2008 = 6-2-4
04/22/2008 = 0-6-1
04/23/2008 = 9-6-0

04/24-2008 = 4-6-9 upper right to lower left cross.

Fans of this method may also include inner and outer
corners.

Not that any of this stuff is really a secret, not here at least. BobP

Does anyone know if this would also work for Pick 4?

Also, is this done based on the midday and evening draws separately or altogether?

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Arrrrrrrgh!!! right out of my upcoming book, you guys are going to leave
me with nothing.

Tic Tac Dough

This simple system uses the previous three drawings to
create eight numbers for the next draw.

Simply write out the last three draws . . .

Example from Florida:

04/07/2008 = 2-0-3
04/08/2008 = 5-3-8
04/09/2008 = 9-6-9

Play = 2-5-9 0-3-6 3-8-9 2-0-3 5-3-8 9-6-9 2-3-9 3-3-9

04/10/2008 = 3-8-5 across win

Played down, across and criss cross, this method picks
up repeats as well as repeats that skip a draw along
with picking up fresh wins.

Example from Florida:

04/21/2008 = 6-2-4
04/22/2008 = 0-6-1
04/23/2008 = 9-6-0

04/24-2008 = 4-6-9 upper right to lower left cross.

Fans of this method may also include inner and outer
corners.

Not that any of this stuff is really a secret, not here at least. BobP

"Play = 2-5-9 0-3-6 3-8-9 2-0-3 5-3-8 9-6-9 2-3-9 3-3-9"

Okay, so how do I know which numbers to play or should I play all variations of these numbers?

Oklahoma
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 Posted: June 18, 2008, 12:32 pm - IP Logged

Does anyone know if this would also work for Pick 4?

Also, is this done based on the midday and evening draws separately or altogether?

Don't know if this would work for Pick-4 or not, as I don't have it where I live. Otherwise, when using this method, you should DEFINATELY keep your midday draws seperate from your evening draws.

GOOD LUCK EVERYONE

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Don't know if this would work for Pick-4 or not, as I don't have it where I live. Otherwise, when using this method, you should DEFINATELY keep your midday draws seperate from your evening draws.

Thanks Shawn

Oklahoma
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Just another observation or two about this system....It seems the that hits usually don't come from the horizontal lines, instead, it seems as though they usually come from either the inside or outside corners, and sometimes come from "keyhole" patterns:

Example keyhole: 820

905

593    Possible hits here are either 205 or 203.

Good luck to you all!!

GOOD LUCK EVERYONE

Oklahoma
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"Play = 2-5-9 0-3-6 3-8-9 2-0-3 5-3-8 9-6-9 2-3-9 3-3-9"

Okay, so how do I know which numbers to play or should I play all variations of these numbers?

Going by the "rules of a TTT (all numbers played must "touch" each other), if my memory is correct, I believe there are 48 possible combinations that can be played out of a TTT. However, by eliminating duplicates, eliminating repeats, eliminating all high/all low combos, and/or all high/all even combos etc, you can usually reduce the "intelligent" picks down to anywhere from 8-15 picks. 10 picks is a pretty accurate number most nights.

GOOD LUCK EVERYONE

Oklahoma
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Don't know what program this is, but I really like the look of it. Simple, but very useful info here.

GOOD LUCK EVERYONE

Dump Water Florida
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Don't know what program this is, but I really like the look of it. Simple, but very useful info here.

Super Lotto Master Gold a free lottery software by Morris Bower included a
frequency based TTT.  Even though I helped with the software it never did
much for me in Florida.  The Elad systems on the Lotto-Logix articles page
also include a TTT.

In Florida we have numbers that repeat all 3 digits sometimes straight,
and repeats that skip a draw.  The decision to include across plays is up
to the user after a careful review of the last year's history.

I really think there is something to this, because the Florida Lottery goes
out of their way to mix up the new Midday and Evening draws so they do
not follow each other.  Much harder to spot patterns in this train wreck.

06/11/2008 E
06/11/2008 M
06/10/2008 M
06/10/2008 E
06/09/2008 E
06/09/2008 M
06/08/2008 M
06/08/2008 E
06/07/2008 M
06/07/2008 E
06/06/2008 E
06/06/2008 M
06/05/2008 E
06/05/2008 M
06/04/2008 M
06/04/2008 E

BobP

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Just another observation or two about this system....It seems the that hits usually don't come from the horizontal lines, instead, it seems as though they usually come from either the inside or outside corners, and sometimes come from "keyhole" patterns:

Example keyhole: 820

905

593    Possible hits here are either 205 or 203.

Good luck to you all!!

Great info.  Thanks you so much!

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Going by the "rules of a TTT (all numbers played must "touch" each other), if my memory is correct, I believe there are 48 possible combinations that can be played out of a TTT. However, by eliminating duplicates, eliminating repeats, eliminating all high/all low combos, and/or all high/all even combos etc, you can usually reduce the "intelligent" picks down to anywhere from 8-15 picks. 10 picks is a pretty accurate number most nights.

Ahhhhhhh, got you.  Not this is really making sense.

Thanks again!

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Super Lotto Master Gold a free lottery software by Morris Bower included a
frequency based TTT.  Even though I helped with the software it never did
much for me in Florida.  The Elad systems on the Lotto-Logix articles page
also include a TTT.

In Florida we have numbers that repeat all 3 digits sometimes straight,
and repeats that skip a draw.  The decision to include across plays is up
to the user after a careful review of the last year's history.

I really think there is something to this, because the Florida Lottery goes
out of their way to mix up the new Midday and Evening draws so they do
not follow each other.  Much harder to spot patterns in this train wreck.

06/11/2008 E
06/11/2008 M
06/10/2008 M
06/10/2008 E
06/09/2008 E
06/09/2008 M
06/08/2008 M
06/08/2008 E
06/07/2008 M
06/07/2008 E
06/06/2008 E
06/06/2008 M
06/05/2008 E
06/05/2008 M
06/04/2008 M
06/04/2008 E

BobP

I agree, the weird way the repeats are falling is extremely difficult to gauge.  Weird!

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