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Win the Pick 3 72% of the time

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Greencastle, Indiana
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Posted: June 5, 2009, 1:09 pm - IP Logged

I was reading a certain website and the individual writing there says that no filtering needs to be done.

You take the 120 combinations (no doubles and no triples) and play them box at .25 each.

You win 37.50 for a cost of 30.00 (when playing online)

 

The strategy is to watch for doubles to hit and when they are finished then play the 120 combos.

At .25 a number that is only 7.50 in profit but can be ramped up.

 

What is your opinion? Has anyone, does anyone do this? Consistently?

Does it make sense? I am new at this and am wondering if this is a viable strategy.

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    Posted: June 5, 2009, 1:52 pm - IP Logged

    I was reading a certain website and the individual writing there says that no filtering needs to be done.

    You take the 120 combinations (no doubles and no triples) and play them box at .25 each.

    You win 37.50 for a cost of 30.00 (when playing online)

     

    The strategy is to watch for doubles to hit and when they are finished then play the 120 combos.

    At .25 a number that is only 7.50 in profit but can be ramped up.

     

    What is your opinion? Has anyone, does anyone do this? Consistently?

    Does it make sense? I am new at this and am wondering if this is a viable strategy.

    my advice is stick with Lp since u new and it will all fall into place for u.

    get a premium membership thats the trick.

    follow some off the top dogs lead and u on period!!!!!!!!!!

    dont waste ur time with that

    yes u can ramp up if u hit str8 or if u dont mind getting about 8 dollars a day

    not including a whole lot of lost monies, feel me.

    in my books abort.

    welcome.

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      Greencastle, Indiana
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      Posted: June 6, 2009, 11:38 pm - IP Logged

      Well, I just proved to myself that this strategy will not work - unless,

       

      You only play when doubles are not drawn. In Indiana, a straight combination follows a double nearly 81% of the time. It's the two losses that kill this strategy.

      There is no way to make up the cash as the winnings per draw are only 7.50.

       

      That sucks. There has got to be a way to beat this game.