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Have anyone heard of URN System Designs

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Posted: February 18, 2009, 9:57 pm - IP Logged

This is a pick 3 and pick 4 system that guarentee 17 hits in any 30 days pick 3 and about 9 hits for pick 4.

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    Posted: February 19, 2009, 12:41 am - IP Logged

    He has the "if you can pick one digit" system I give away free for $40.

    It's hard to get excited over the poor web design and poor english that will excuse inability to communicate concepts that don't exist except for wishful thinking.   I can't see charging for wheels.  No idea what the rest of the stuff is, I was getting a headache just trying to read the first page of the site. 

    To answer your question.  Any system that could guarantee 17 hits in 30 days Pick 3 and about 9 hits for pick 4 would be one that doesn't play at a profit or break even at the state window.   

    To hit better than half of the time you would pretty much have to play half of the numbers.  Assuming he's talking boxed, there are 210 numbers not counting Triples, so to win half of the time you'd have to play 105 numbers per draw.   60 of those wins would be worth $80 at $1 a play and 45 would be doubles worth $160.  The $55 profit barely covers the $25 shortfalls and does nothing to cover the days with no wins what-so-ever.  You're simply playing at house odds. 

    As soon as he starts talking about intuition and gaining experience you're on your own.  If he had the golden horn of plenty there he wouldn't be selling it and if he really meant what he said about sharing, it wouldn't cost so much.

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      Posted: February 19, 2009, 2:10 pm - IP Logged

      He has the "if you can pick one digit" system I give away free for $40.

      It's hard to get excited over the poor web design and poor english that will excuse inability to communicate concepts that don't exist except for wishful thinking.   I can't see charging for wheels.  No idea what the rest of the stuff is, I was getting a headache just trying to read the first page of the site. 

      To answer your question.  Any system that could guarantee 17 hits in 30 days Pick 3 and about 9 hits for pick 4 would be one that doesn't play at a profit or break even at the state window.   

      To hit better than half of the time you would pretty much have to play half of the numbers.  Assuming he's talking boxed, there are 210 numbers not counting Triples, so to win half of the time you'd have to play 105 numbers per draw.   60 of those wins would be worth $80 at $1 a play and 45 would be doubles worth $160.  The $55 profit barely covers the $25 shortfalls and does nothing to cover the days with no wins what-so-ever.  You're simply playing at house odds. 

      As soon as he starts talking about intuition and gaining experience you're on your own.  If he had the golden horn of plenty there he wouldn't be selling it and if he really meant what he said about sharing, it wouldn't cost so much.

      BobP





       

      He has the "if you can pick one digit" system I give away free for $40.

       

      LOl. What an answer! Thread dismissed. case closed.

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        Posted: February 20, 2009, 7:07 am - IP Logged

        A new take on "no good deed goes unpunished"; no good work goes unplagerized?

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