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Gap Strategy - Texas 5/37 - 122908-123108

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bobby623's avatar - abstract
San Angelo, Texas
United States
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Posted: December 28, 2008, 8:39 pm - IP Logged

The Gap Strategy alphanumeric substitution sequences, point structure charts and Before&After triple data
streams suggest 4-point structure, ABCD, is still a good play.

Therefore:

Workout: GNR V2
Pick 12 numbers, 3 from each of the four number groups.
Wheel for 5 combinations. 

1.4.9.10.12.17.21.25.29.34.35.36

Using LS2004 wheeler, with adjustments:

9.12.21.29.36
1.9.17.25.35
4.9.10.29.34
1.10.17.25.35
4.12.21.34.36

All numbers used twice. Number 9 three times.

These plays are for 3 days, 1229 - 1231.

Use at your own risk.

    bobby623's avatar - abstract
    San Angelo, Texas
    United States
    Member #1097
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    Posted: December 30, 2008, 10:33 am - IP Logged

    Results and comments.

    Winning numbers:

    2.4.10.12.35 = AABBD = ABD

    Plays:

    ABCD

    9.12.21.29.36
    1.9.17.25.35
    4.9.10.29.34
    1.10.17.25.35
    4.12.21.34.36

    Had 4.10.12.35 for 3 2/5 wins @ $2 each = $6.

    According to Lucky Sam, wheeling 12 numbers would generate 2000+
    combinations, which would include some 3/5 and 4/5 hits!

    That's the way it goes!

    Replaying the combinations.

      bobby623's avatar - abstract
      San Angelo, Texas
      United States
      Member #1097
      January 31, 2003
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      Posted: December 31, 2008, 12:25 pm - IP Logged

      Results and comments:

      Winning numbers:

      4.17.22.27.28 = ABCCC = ABC

      Plays:

      ABCD

      9.12.21.29.36
      1.9.17.25.35
      4.9.10.29.34
      1.10.17.25.35
      4.12.21.34.36

      Hit the 4 and 17, but not on same line.

      Time to reset and update numbers to play.

      As the designer and proponent of Gap Strategy, I was hoping my 'best guesses' would be more productive.
      But, the record is clear. Spent $15, won $6.

      Since I'm getting 'zero' response to my Gap Strategy system, I have to believe
      that the paper and pencil workouts are perhaps too complicated. It does require time and effort initially,
      but becomes a fairly easy procedure with experience.

      Gap Strategy is an alternative way of picking numbers. It's different, but plausible.

      I'm having some success, and I expect more wins down the road. 

      Thanks for your interest - and - HAPPY NEW YEAR!!