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Win $1800.00 Daily Will This System Work?

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Posted: March 12, 2009, 4:37 pm - IP Logged

You Can Win $1800.00 A Day Playing This System !

There ought to be a law against selling these kind of systems, but that doesn't prevent our talking about their efficacy.

First of all the headline is true, you really can win $1800 a day if your state holds two Pick-3 draws per day and you play online where a dollar play pays 900 to 1.  

The theory is very simple.  Numbers that hit straight (in as drawn order) do not come up very often their odds being 1 in 1000.

The player starts with a chart of all 1000 Pick-3 numbers available here . . .

http://www.lotto-logix.com/txthouse/pick3thousand.html

You can right click highlight copy and paste the chart to WinWord to print.  Too big to post here.

Next aquire a list of the last 200 past draws in the game you wish to play.

Cross off each of the 200 past draws where they appear on the chart.  Make an additional mark in the number's box each time the number has hit more than once.

The fewer times you have more than one straight hit per number, the better this system should work for you. 

Once all 200 past draws have been marked on the chart, play the remaining 800 numbers online at $1. each straight to win $900 per draw.

There is a $100. profit per draw.   Not the $1800 lure to be sure, though a respectible profit by the end of the month if there are no losses.  Thirty days, sixty draws at $100 profit each, 60 x 100 = $6000 a month.

In the event a number from the 200 wins, you will lose $800. and will need 8 wins to cover the loss.  This is why a careful examination of past events will help you determine whether this sytem is for your intended game.

I am not suggesting anyone actually play at this level of high stakes high risk.  However, it is good to talk about such systems before spending $500. to buy one. 

BobP

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    Posted: March 12, 2009, 4:54 pm - IP Logged

    Hi, BobP:  This might work in the short term, the very short term - however it's highly likely that there will be repeats which will come from the 200 numbers you are NOT playing ..... should it happen three or four times in a given period, say a month - you'd be up the proverbial creek without the proverbial paddle!

    I worked something similar in a virtual reality-type scenario and the end result was a definite loss.

    By the way, where can one play online for a $900.oo payout on a $1.00 str8 play?  Are you allowed to give this infformation in this forum? 

    Pick Smart ... 'cause WINNING is EVERYTHING!  Guitar

     

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      Posted: March 12, 2009, 5:18 pm - IP Logged

      There has to be a way of calculating the probability of a 1 in a 1000 number repeating within the next 200 draws.  I mean each of the 200 is up against odds of 1 in 800.  Simple math suggests 1 in 5 if they hadn't already hit, that would indicate playing the last 200 draws for each draw to be the basis of a system.  Have to determine when to play and when to skip a draw.

      I've also seen this system where you don't play any of the 200 numbers in numeric order, I know that does NOT work. 

       BobP

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        Posted: March 12, 2009, 5:33 pm - IP Logged

        Someone is selling this system for $500?  In the middle of this recession???

        ROFL

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          Posted: March 12, 2009, 5:43 pm - IP Logged

          In how many times would  you   go down maximum?and how down would that be?In how many times can you catch up and then how high would that reach?

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            Posted: March 12, 2009, 5:45 pm - IP Logged

            In how many times would  you   go down maximum?and how down would that be?In how many times can you catch up and then how high would that reach?

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              Posted: March 12, 2009, 6:07 pm - IP Logged

              Someone is selling this system for $500?  In the middle of this recession???

              ROFL


              Recessions are a time when people are often willing to take a chance.  What with banks paying 1.75% for a CD and former blue chip stocks dropping like rocks, foreclosed houses selling on ebay for under ten grand in Mich, Ohio and Pa, wagering starts to look like a way to get a quick return on investment.

              BobP

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                Posted: March 12, 2009, 6:52 pm - IP Logged

                "In the event a number from the 200 wins, you will lose $800. and will need 8 wins to cover the loss. "

                So the player is risking $800 to maybe win $100 (no such thing as a lock), but if they lose on the first drawing it takes 8 consecutive wins to cover the loss.

                Since there is no such thing as a lock, who is going to risk $800 to maybe win $100?

                One loss and they're stuck $800 and playing catch up right oput of the gate.

                Remember when Mike Tyson lost to Buster Douglas? There were Tyson fights where he was a $1750 favorite (you had to put up $1750 to win $100).

                Ideas like this are why casino owners pick up the planefare for systems players when they thinkg their syste, has a game beat.

                Those who run the lotteries love it when players look for consistency in something that's designed not to have any.

                Lep

                There is one and only one 'proven' system, and that is to book the action. No matter the game, let the players pick their own losers.

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                  Posted: March 12, 2009, 6:59 pm - IP Logged

                  "In the event a number from the 200 wins, you will lose $800. and will need 8 wins to cover the loss. "

                  So the player is risking $800 to maybe win $100 (no such thing as a lock), but if they lose on the first drawing it takes 8 consecutive wins to cover the loss.

                  Since there is no such thing as a lock, who is going to risk $800 to maybe win $100?

                  One loss and they're stuck $800 and playing catch up right oput of the gate.

                  Remember when Mike Tyson lost to Buster Douglas? There were Tyson fights where he was a $1750 favorite (you had to put up $1750 to win $100).

                  Ideas like this are why casino owners pick up the planefare for systems players when they thinkg their syste, has a game beat.

                  So the player is risking $800 to maybe win $100 (no such thing as a lock), but if they lose on the first drawing it takes 8 consecutive wins to cover the loss.

                  That sounds even more pitiful when you reduce it down to "risking $80 for chance to win $10".

                   * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
                     
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                    Posted: March 12, 2009, 7:02 pm - IP Logged

                    @BobP: Are you backtesting this one for illustration?

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                      Posted: March 12, 2009, 9:10 pm - IP Logged

                      There has to be a way of calculating the probability of a 1 in a 1000 number repeating within the next 200 draws.  I mean each of the 200 is up against odds of 1 in 800.  Simple math suggests 1 in 5 if they hadn't already hit, that would indicate playing the last 200 draws for each draw to be the basis of a system.  Have to determine when to play and when to skip a draw.

                      I've also seen this system where you don't play any of the 200 numbers in numeric order, I know that does NOT work. 

                       BobP

                      Here's an assine thought I am going to throw out there. 

                       Go back several years and record the drawings.  Using this method, see how often you would meet disaster and lose.  What is the gap between those times?  Record the gaps ( the number of draws between diasaster).  What do you see?

                      Now that is a statistic I would gladly like to see: the gaps.  I might have a thought or two concerning that information.  As I do not play the P3 or P4  games nor will I in any foreseeable future, I will not determine that statistic for myself.  Should anyone wish to compile the information and post it here on this thread, that would be a pleasant surprise.

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                        Posted: March 12, 2009, 9:28 pm - IP Logged

                        Go back several years and record the drawings.  Using this method, see how often you would meet disaster and lose.

                        Several years for a daily drawing, that's 365 drawings per year.  Consider the previous 200 drawings for each of those drawings, that's 365 x 200 = 73,000 drawings per year.  That's a lot of work to prove that if you had $800 to gamble daily, you might have a chance of making a $100 profit.  I doubt anyone with the time to do the figuring would have $800 to gamble.

                         * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
                           
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                          Posted: March 12, 2009, 9:33 pm - IP Logged

                          The raw daily odds are going to be 4/5th chance of gaining $100 (net of $800 played and $900 won) and 1/5th chance of losing the $800 played.

                          4/5 ($100) - 1/5 ($800) == $80 - $160 == -$80 therefore, with average luck, one could expect their drawdown (loss) to be ...

                          $80/day lost. Thumbs Down

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                            No offense, but if i had that much money to blow every day, i wouldn't be playing the lottery at all!!!!!

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                              Posted: March 13, 2009, 12:40 am - IP Logged

                              The raw daily odds are going to be 4/5th chance of gaining $100 (net of $800 played and $900 won) and 1/5th chance of losing the $800 played.

                              4/5 ($100) - 1/5 ($800) == $80 - $160 == -$80 therefore, with average luck, one could expect their drawdown (loss) to be ...

                              $80/day lost. Thumbs Down

                              Sure that's the risk if we selected ANY random 200 out of 1000 numbers not to play and played  the other 800, but this is a little different because the  200 already hit in the last 200 draws and now each of those 200  individually faces a 1 in 1000 chance of being drawn again, while your odds of winning with the 800 plays is pretty good at 80%.  If profit weren't a consideration we'd take an 80 side of an 80/20 wager every time.  The question is whether our chances are better then 80% if we cast out the notion numbers don't have a memory of having already won in Pick-3.   I mean, we're predicting Pick-3 all the time, there has to be something to that not to be wasting our time doing so.   Mathematically none of our systems can work so that's not proof they shouldn't be played.  



                              BobP