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# Pick 3

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Before working on a new pick 3 project, I would like to ask some questions to see what the general public looks for in a pick 3 system, for their state.

So, if you would please let us know what you look for in a pick 3 system.

- How many set of numbers would you like the system produce? 1,5,10,20,30,40,50,100 numbers?

- The acceptable lowest hit within a week if played 6 days.

- Manual workout or automated? Or both?

- Would you want the system to produce doubles, and tripples too? Or just single, or single and doubles but no tripples?

Any thoughts concerning your needs in a pick 3 system can also be discussed. :)

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you're a whiz at this excel stuff...I have a question

is it possible to create a program with commands like  "If zero=5,then 5=2

.If six =9 then 9=4 ...and so on..

...this type of thing?..Of course one would have to create the enviornment for these things to truely be equal?

would really love to know if this is possible because i plan to get microsoft office soon

to get back to your question....want it to produce only singles and dubs

"No matter how bad things may get, I'd like to thank my middle finger

for always sticking up for me.."

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JonnyBgood07,

I wish I was a wiz at excel stuff, there are so many ideas to have it automate...

Let me know if I got this right.

You want to know ( if 0 = 5, then 5 = 2 ), ( if 6 = 9, then 9 = 4 )? If so, what if 1,2,3,4,6,7,8 equal to?

Thanks for the input on the questions. I'll take that into consideration.

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I would like one that produeces no more than twenty including doubles and tripples.

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I would like one that produeces no more than twenty including doubles and tripples.

Thanks reddog.

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no, THANK YOU, dp.

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JonnyBgood07,

I wish I was a wiz at excel stuff, there are so many ideas to have it automate...

Let me know if I got this right.

You want to know ( if 0 = 5, then 5 = 2 ), ( if 6 = 9, then 9 = 4 )? If so, what if 1,2,3,4,6,7,8 equal to?

Thanks for the input on the questions. I'll take that into consideration.

yes...that's what I wanted to know if it's possible to write those type of "if" "then" statementssucessfully  to make a program understand it before I waste my money...

"No matter how bad things may get, I'd like to thank my middle finger

for always sticking up for me.."

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Before working on a new pick 3 project, I would like to ask some questions to see what the general public looks for in a pick 3 system, for their state.

So, if you would please let us know what you look for in a pick 3 system.

- How many set of numbers would you like the system produce? 1,5,10,20,30,40,50,100 numbers?

- The acceptable lowest hit within a week if played 6 days.

- Manual workout or automated? Or both?

- Would you want the system to produce doubles, and tripples too? Or just single, or single and doubles but no tripples?

Any thoughts concerning your needs in a pick 3 system can also be discussed. :)

I prefer your 40 numbers that you used to post.I play tx pick3 i pick 6 numbers using

the pairs i generated .I look for marching bet .your numbers and my pairs and was winning st/bx once a week  in the evening before you changed the format. I wish  you go back to that format again or give us that  system.Thank for all your good work.

Kay

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If you could include  10 pairs due

longest number out on each position, 1 2 3.

Hit within a week?

WTG all Winner\$.

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yes...that's what I wanted to know if it's possible to write those type of "if" "then" statementssucessfully  to make a program understand it before I waste my money...

It is possible. Have you look into Open Office (freeware) to see if it can do the same thing?

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I prefer your 40 numbers that you used to post.I play tx pick3 i pick 6 numbers using

the pairs i generated .I look for marching bet .your numbers and my pairs and was winning st/bx once a week  in the evening before you changed the format. I wish  you go back to that format again or give us that  system.Thank for all your good work.

Kay

Ah yes, the 40 singles combos and 10 doubles combos. It was part of a test on the straight system. Didn't know people were using them, I'll post it on a different thread than the current one I am testing. Similar, but one offers 8 combos, while the ones you're used to have 40 - 50.

That system is too complex (in steps) for the general public to use at this time. I am going to tweak it for automations with the FAQ before releasing it, to avoid PM attacks.

Keep a look out in the pick 3 forum, I'll continue with it starting tomorrow's draw. Some days it hits over 17 boxes :P

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If you could include  10 pairs due

longest number out on each position, 1 2 3.

Hit within a week?

Thanks txpolo.

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Before working on a new pick 3 project, I would like to ask some questions to see what the general public looks for in a pick 3 system, for their state.

So, if you would please let us know what you look for in a pick 3 system.

- How many set of numbers would you like the system produce? 1,5,10,20,30,40,50,100 numbers?

- The acceptable lowest hit within a week if played 6 days.

- Manual workout or automated? Or both?

- Would you want the system to produce doubles, and tripples too? Or just single, or single and doubles but no tripples?

Any thoughts concerning your needs in a pick 3 system can also be discussed. :)

Hi Diamond....

i like to play 10 numbers a day, for midday and then for evening,

i'm ok with hitting twice... to cover most of my bets

prefer automated....

double, trips all are fine

just want to thank you for all your hard work....

love the glazed donut... use it all the time, just haven't picked the right numbers from it...

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Thanks twedk.

For the glaze donut, filter the numbers using these basic pick 3 techniques.

Filter numbers that contains:

HHL (High, High, Low in any order)

HLL (High, Low, Low in any order)

L = 0,1,2,3,4

H = 5,6,7,8,9

Within those two sets (HHL & HLL) filter numbers with:

EOO (Even, Odd, Odd in any order)

EEO (Even, Even, Odd in any order)

So when combined with high and lows with even and odds we get:

HHL + EOO / HHL + EEO

HLL + EOO / HLL + EEO

then see the sum if it is between SUM 9 - 18

Use 7/3 ratio on singles/doubles. So if you're picking 10 (that are within the aboved mentioned criteria) 7 out of 10 will be singles, and 3 will be doubles, no tripples.

Apply these along with your own personal filtering should catch the winning combos from the donuts.

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i like to play around 10 numbers a day singles & doubles on occasion,   not to keen on  trips they are too far and few in between lol. thanks for all your help

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