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# Pick 3 - Original Glaze Donut System

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Thanks Excel Guy! for all you hard work.

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Some questions, maybe some stupid but here goes...

NOTE: it's "hole", not "whole", lest anyone be confused. (and where I come from they're fried, not oven-baked.)

There is no documentation. Do the "donuts" represent the next digit can be one of those 9 sub-squares? Is the bottom "donut" the first digit possible of the next draw? Because the 1st blue digit lands there and the 3rd digit lands in the top "donut". Otherwise I can figure out you added or subtracted from the last drawing's digits i.e. C3(the 1st digit)+1 and "roll" accordingly so that +1 means 5=6, or 9=0 (rollover). Subtracting is the same thing reversed, i.e. 3-4=9 as the new digit. Click on each square in Excel, and see what the formula says.

For those without Excel: pencil/paper method:

(in this notation, C=first digit, D=second, E=third)
if goes over 10, subtract 10. If goes under 0, subtract FROM 10.

C+1,D+1,E+1
D-1,(E),E-1
C+4,D-4,E+4

C+1,D+1,E+1
C-2,(D),E-2
C-4,D+4,E-4

C+1,D+1,E+1
C-3,(C),D-3
C+4,D-4,E+4

the ( ) is the "hole" digit, repeat of the previous draw.

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Some questions, maybe some stupid but here goes...

NOTE: it's "hole", not "whole", lest anyone be confused. (and where I come from they're fried, not oven-baked.)

There is no documentation. Do the "donuts" represent the next digit can be one of those 9 sub-squares? Is the bottom "donut" the first digit possible of the next draw? Because the 1st blue digit lands there and the 3rd digit lands in the top "donut". Otherwise I can figure out you added or subtracted from the last drawing's digits i.e. C3(the 1st digit)+1 and "roll" accordingly so that +1 means 5=6, or 9=0 (rollover). Subtracting is the same thing reversed, i.e. 3-4=9 as the new digit. Click on each square in Excel, and see what the formula says.

For those without Excel: pencil/paper method:

(in this notation, C=first digit, D=second, E=third)
if goes over 10, subtract 10. If goes under 0, subtract FROM 10.

C+1,D+1,E+1
D-1,(E),E-1
C+4,D-4,E+4

C+1,D+1,E+1
C-2,(D),E-2
C-4,D+4,E-4

C+1,D+1,E+1
C-3,(C),D-3
C+4,D-4,E+4

the ( ) is the "hole" digit, repeat of the previous draw.

My head hurts,just by watching this.

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i have tried several times to download but my computer will not open could someone put in gas midday 878 and maybe copy and post so i can check it out till i can get it to work on my computer ty

Try using "Open Office" a free software that reads excel sheets.

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LckyLary,

You are correct, the formula is quite simple. What you have so far:

C+1,D+1,E+1
D-1,(E),E-1
C+4,D-4,E+4

C+1,D+1,E+1
C-2,(D),E-2
C-4,D+4,E-4

C+1,D+1,E+1
C-3,(C),D-3
C+4,D-4,E+4

These are the ingredience within the three donuts, the differences are center wholes, to ensure 1 repeated number from the previous result, and +1 increase to each donuts.

The previous pick 3 draw have three numbers, each number in its own position, toltaling three positions; first, second, and third. Ex. 1-2-3. So, when it is mentioned "from the position" it means from the previous draw number in its position. With this in mind we proceed in looking closely at each donuts.

1st donut break down:

- First row: +1 to all numbers

- Second row: first column -1 to second position of the previous pick 3,  second column (E) is repeating number from the 3rd position, and the third column is -1 to the first position.

- Third Row: first column +4 to the first position, then -4 to the second position, then +4 to the third position.

2nd donut break down:

- First row: +1 to all numbers

- Second row: first column -2 to first position, (D) is repeating number from the 2nd position, and third column -2 for the third position.

- Third row: first column -4 to the first position, then +4 to the second position, then -4 to the third position.

3rd donut break down:

- First row: +1 to all numbers

- Second row: first column - 3 to first position, follow by (C) repeating number from the 1st position, third column -3 to the second position.

- Third row: first column +4 to the first position, then -4 to the second position, then +4 to the third position.

Other ingredience:

- 2 cup of flour

- 5 eggs

- 3 cup of sugar

- 2 tea spoon of butter

As you can see, it is complex, not advised for papaer and pencil type of workout. Simply Plug-in & Play. :)

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i went there but there were different things to pick which one, there is like somehting called magnet something

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just want to say great idea diamond    plus i thuoght we are suppose to share ideas not bring each down but instead build on ideas so we all get where we want to be  diamond do you have a donut for the pick 4  if you do would be really happy to see it  thanks again

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i went there but there were different things to pick which one, there is like somehting called magnet something

Try this link. Download the OpenOffice.org 3.0.1 from that page.

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You're welcome and thanks for the support: brighteyes, beaudad, big3picker, marlon39, cranesworld, reddog, dawnie116, dawnie116, LckyLary, lottolaughs, Seachelle, and dj21817.

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just want to say great idea diamond    plus i thuoght we are suppose to share ideas not bring each down but instead build on ideas so we all get where we want to be  diamond do you have a donut for the pick 4  if you do would be really happy to see it  thanks again

You're welcome. Please ignore bob27. Yes, I am currently baking new donuts for pick 4, this one require some adjustments. Will release it once its ready.

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I see you made it to Dallas,my friend, and it's already giving you Texas-size donut ideas,LOL! First the cupcakes, now the donuts. With all your "sweet treats" a girl can gain 10 pounds! I can't wait to try this one,thanks diamond!

Hi lottolaughs! Actually, I got the idea from eating Krispy Kream donuts in GA. On occasion I would order a dozen original glaze, love those things. On Valintines day the original glaze was in the shape of a heart. Inspired by its concept, I applied it to pick 3 giving the tic-tac-toe workout something different, and also adding in my own +/- formula (after series of back testings). More ideas and systems to come, working on a website to house my collections...;)

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Texas Pick 3 - Eve Back Tested

The box within the donut have to touch. 3 purple boxes indicated combo around the center, while 3 black boxes indicated the use of the center.

Used previous draw for next draw.

Mon, Mar 9, 2009    6-5-9, Sum It Up: 20
Sat, Mar 7, 2009    4-3-4, Sum It Up: 11
Fri, Mar 6, 2009    0-8-1, Sum It Up: 9
Thu, Mar 5, 2009    2-7-1, Sum It Up: 10
Wed, Mar 4, 2009    1-4-8, Sum It Up: 13
Tue, Mar 3, 2009    4-2-5, Sum It Up: 11
Mon, Mar 2, 2009    9-4-7, Sum It Up: 20
Sat, Feb 28, 2009    9-4-1, Sum It Up: 14
Fri, Feb 27, 2009    7-6-0, Sum It Up: 13
Thu, Feb 26, 2009    2-0-0, Sum It Up: 2
Wed, Feb 25, 2009    2-6-6, Sum It Up: 14
Tue, Feb 24, 2009    1-3-6, Sum It Up: 10
Mon, Feb 23, 2009    3-9-2, Sum It Up: 14
Sat, Feb 21, 2009    4-3-2, Sum It Up: 9
Fri, Feb 20, 2009    3-5-6, Sum It Up: 14
Thu, Feb 19, 2009    0-6-3, Sum It Up: 9
Wed, Feb 18, 2009    9-1-5, Sum It Up: 15
Tue, Feb 17, 2009    1-0-7, Sum It Up: 8
Mon, Feb 16, 2009    7-9-9, Sum It Up: 25
Sat, Feb 14, 2009    2-9-6, Sum It Up: 17
Fri, Feb 13, 2009    6-1-5, Sum It Up: 12
Thu, Feb 12, 2009    7-3-5, Sum It Up: 15
Wed, Feb 11, 2009    2-8-9, Sum It Up: 19
Tue, Feb 10, 2009    4-9-3, Sum It Up: 16
Mon, Feb 9, 2009    2-2-8, Sum It Up: 12
Sat, Feb 7, 2009    4-4-4, Sum It Up: 12
Fri, Feb 6, 2009    8-5-1, Sum It Up: 14
Thu, Feb 5, 2009    7-5-0, Sum It Up: 12
Wed, Feb 4, 2009    5-7-4, Sum It Up: 16
Tue, Feb 3, 2009    9-0-9, Sum It Up: 18
Mon, Feb 2, 2009    5-0-0, Sum It Up: 5

Go back 30 days, and start from there, use the previous draw for next draw. Some states hits more than others.

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Great idea diamondpalace. Looks like you did your homework with the backtesting.
Don't worry about the negative responses.  They are always there with any new idea.

Isabel, you are going to feel very silly when this turns out to be make-believe.

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Great idea diamondpalace. Looks like you did your homework with the backtesting.
Don't worry about the negative responses.  They are always there with any new idea.

Thanks budward! Oh yes, always back tests. Not worried, but simply ignore it :)

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You're welcome. Please ignore bob27. Yes, I am currently baking new donuts for pick 4, this one require some adjustments. Will release it once its ready.

Ur ignored too.As far as your software,if you think its working,then use it
and post numbers in prediction or pick 3 section,and if numbers match then
i will be glad to try it myself.

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