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 Posted: July 19, 2008, 9:27 pm - IP Logged

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What ever number you play arrange from lowest to the highest. Eg 132  arranged is 123 so the number i will play will be 231 or B C A more likely to come straight. How would you prefer to play to hit straight without spending more money wheeling ? Thanks for responds.

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 Posted: July 20, 2008, 2:03 pm - IP Logged

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What ever number you play arrange from lowest to the highest. Eg 132  arranged is 123 so the number i will play will be 231 or B C A more likely to come straight. How would you prefer to play to hit straight without spending more money wheeling ? Thanks for responds.

I guess it depends on how you choose which three digit number to play. If you chose 231 because you believe the digit 2 will be in the first position, 3 in the second, and 1 in the third, there should be no reason to play 123. The most popular bet is probably the "back-up" bet where you play \$1 straight and a \$1 box on the same combination. A true back-up bet on a straight combination is front pair, back pair, and/or outside pair.

If you choose the 3 digits first in any order then try to place them in the best straight and play it for the same buck, you could break it down to 50 cents straight and 50 cents boxed.

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 Posted: July 20, 2008, 2:44 pm - IP Logged

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What ever number you play arrange from lowest to the highest. Eg 132  arranged is 123 so the number i will play will be 231 or B C A more likely to come straight. How would you prefer to play to hit straight without spending more money wheeling ? Thanks for responds.

If you've isolated which number(s) you will play, then accessing those numbers in past draws would be a good start to determine positioning given the tendencies of repeats.I don't know if you're states lottery has that feature,but it's a good start for pinning down a straight

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If you've isolated which number(s) you will play, then accessing those numbers in past draws would be a good start to determine positioning given the tendencies of repeats.I don't know if you're states lottery has that feature,but it's a good start for pinning down a straight

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