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# Gap Stragegy - Texas Pick 3

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San Angelo, Texas
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Texas Pick 3, combined draws, GNR V2

As previously indicated in Part A, we want to play 10 sets of numbers containing 5 of the 10 numbers in a Pick 3 game.

The Number Generator Array Selection Sequence, BCABA, described in Part B, suggests 2 of the numbers are among the
three in Hot Alpha Identifier group A, 2 in HAI group B and 1 in HAI group C.

You will recall that when you initiated Form 2, you entered 'F5/L5'. 1.2.3 = A, 4.5,6 = B. 7.8.9 = C, 10 = R in the
header.

You now know that F5/L5 refers to the 10 Position Identifiers. One set of PIs are in Fixed order (F1F2F3F4F5L1L2L3L4L5).
A second set of PIs are in mixed order, and are called Hot PIs

You also know that there are two sets of Alpha Identifiers. One set is in fixed order, RCCCBBBAAA.
The second set is in mixed order, and are called Hot Alpha Identifiers.

You learned how to generate, Form 2, the Hot PIs and Hot AIs when processing lottery and gap numbers, and how
the Before&After triples are formed.

You will recall that you initiated and maintained an inventory, Form 3, for Hot Position Identifiers and Hot Alpha Identifiers.

It's time now to put all of that data to work in the Number Selection process.

The following is a typical lottery number generator worksheet.

Row 26C3-18:  HAI  TOT   HPI TOT   G1# ST   L# ST OUT
1A  188    L3  201    0  8    5  6    6
2A  236    L2  171    3  4    8  13   -
3A  217    L1  166    2  6    7  15   -

Row 30            4B  189    F1  167    5  8    4  10   1
5B  180    F2  165    7  10   3  7    2
6B  216    F3  187    1  13   0  8    -

Row 33           7C 188     L4  l77    6  11   1  14   1
8C 213     L5  150    9  22   6  11   3
9C 198     F5  185    4  12   2  11   1

Row 37         10R 190    F4  162    8  9    9  10   3

Explanations.

A group data.

Referring to the chart in Part A, Rows 11 and 12.

The 3 Fixed Alpha Identifiers, AAA, are at the end of row 12.
Reading from right to left, the first A is 1A and it is under HPI L3.
The second A is 2A and it is under HPI L2. The third A is 3A and it is under HPI L1.

Note: These HAI and HPI combinations usually change from drawing to drawing.

Referring to Part A, Rows 8 and 9

FPI L3 sits above G1# 0
FPI L2 sits above G1# 3
FPI L1 sits above G1# 2

Note: These combinations change from day to day.

The lottery number to play is found by counting, right to left, the number of cells suggested by the G1#.
In this instance, G1# 0 indicates that the lottery number is in the 10th cell. The number in that cell is 5.
The ST total is found on Form 1.

OUT 6 means lottery number 5 has not come up in 6 drawings.

The Selection Sequence predicts that two of these three lottery numbers, 5, 8, 7, could come up in the next draw.

I usually select the HAIs having the highest inventory totals. In this instance, I would pick 2A and 3A, which generated
lottery numbers 8 and 7.

Referring the the Selection Sequence already generated, BCABA, would be updated as follows.

. . 2 . 3
B C A B A
. . 8 . 7

B group data.

Referring to Part A, Rows 11 and 12.

The 3 Fixed Alpha Identifier and Hot Position Identifiers for group B are: (reading from right to left)

4B/F1
5B/F2
6B/F3

Referring to Part A, Rows 8 and 9.

F1 sits above G1# 5
F2 sits above G1# 7
F2 sits above G1# 1.

The three lottery numbers are found by counting, right to left, the number of cells suggested by the G1#.
In this instance, G1# 5 yields lottery number 4; G1# 7 yields lottery number 3, G1# 1 yields lottery number 0.

The selection sequence predicts that two of these numbers could come up in next drawing.

Again, I usually select the HAIs having highest inventory total. Therefore, I would choose 4B (4) and 6B (0).

The Selection Sequence already generated would be updated, as follows:

4 . 2 6 3
B C A B A
4 . 8 0 7

C group data.

Referring to Part A, Rows 11 and 12.

The 3 Fixed Alpha Identifier and Hot Position Identifiers for C group are (reading from right to left):

7C/L4
8C/L5
9C/F5

Referring to Part A, Rows 8 and 9.

L4 sits above G1# 6
L5 sits above G1# 9
F5 sits above G1# 4

The three lottery numbers are found by counting, right to left, the number of cells suggested by the G1#.
In this instance, G1#6 yields lottery number 1, G1#9 yields lottery number 6, G1#4 yields lottery number 2.

Again, I usually select the HAIs having the highest inventory total. Therefore, I would choose 8C (6).

The Selection Sequence already generated would be updated, as follows:

4 9 2 6 3
B C A B A
4 6 8 0 7

The five lottery numbers to play are 4.6.8.0.7 and the 10 sets to play are: 468 460 467 480 487 407 680 687 607 807.

Yes, it's complicated.

Maybe you are thinking about quick picks or some other method of generating numbers would be a better choice.

But, I suggest you stay with it because it gets easier and easier. In time, it will be mostly second nature.

Once you know what data is needed and where it is located, you can fill out a selection worksheet in less than an hour.

I recommend you review and become very familiar with how the lottery numbers were selected in this example.

I checked for typos. I didn't find any, but you never know ....

Again. Have faith, stay with it. You won't regret it - I promise!

Next: Generating a number selection worksheet for current Texas Pick 3 game.

Thanks for your interest.

San Angelo, Texas
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Texas Pick 3C, GNR V2

Number Generating Array

I'm assuming everyone following this post have updated their Forms through the 073109 night drawing.

We should all be on the same page, and our data streams should agree.

I've made some changes in Part A to make the selections easier to follow.

The entries in RED are the guides, so to speak. They don't change.

Entries in BLACK are the ones that will ultimately show up in Parts B and C.

Part A

Set 1:     HotAids#     10     9 8 7       6 5 4     3 2 1

HotAidsI       R   C C C     B B B   A A A

HotPI           F4   F3F1F2   F5L4L1 L3L2L5

The HotPI data comes from Form 2, Row 25 and 26. They are the last 10 active PIs.

Set 2:  FixedPositionIdentifiers:   F1F2F3F4F5L1L2L3L4L5

Gap1 Numbers:                 3 0 8 6 7 9 5 1 4 2

The Gap1 numbers come from Form 2, Row 10. They are last 10 active cells..

Set 3:    Count:       10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

Lottery#:     8 1 0 3 6 9 7 4 2 5

The Lottery numbers come from Form 1, Columns 7 and 8. They are the last 10 active cells.

(The columns will line up when transposed to graph paper.)

I'm fairly certain that the data is current and correct. If you have something different, we need to find out why. Let me know.

Part B - Selection Sequence development.

The last Before and After Triple is: "CBR"

Found on Form 2, Row 11.

The next triple HAS to begin with 'BR’: There 4 possibilities.

I’m going to play 4 sets, therefore, I need 4 BA sets.

Referring the Form 4, the choices are:

BRR0     RCR1   CAR1   ABB4

BRB3   RCA1   CAA1   ABC3

BRA2   RCC2   CAC4   ABR3

BRC3   RCA3  CAB5  ABA6

At this point, the totals are small. Of course, they will get higher as more draws are logged.

My choices now are: BRC3, RCA3, CAB5, ABA6

The Selection Sequence is:  CABA     (Taking the last letter in each triple selected)

Part C:

Number selections: DATA IS FOUND IN PART A, SECTIONS 1, 2 AND 3 .

HA TOT         FPI   TOT       G1#   TOT       L#   TOT       OUT

1A   15             L5     9             2       5           2     7           -

2A   15             L2   16             5       5          9       3           2

3A   9               L3   12             1       4          5       9           -

4B   21             L1     13             9       7          1       1           9

5B   15             L4     20             4       6          7       4           2

6B   11           F5     11             7       2           3       2           7

7C   11             F2     13           10       1            8       0         17

8C   14             F1     19             3       1          4       6           1

9C     8             F3     18             8       3           0       2           7

10R 24           F4     15             6       1            6       2           10

The TOT (totals) come from the PI and HA inventory on Form 3.

Note: Lottery number 8 is a cold duck. Hasn’t come up in 17 drawings. Number 6 is also a cold one, as is number 1.

The Selection Sequence says I need 2 As, a B and a C.

Using the higher FPI totals, my ‘A’ choices are ‘2A’ and ‘3A’ which generate Gap numbers 5 and 1, which in turn,

Generate Lottery numbers ‘9’ and ‘5’

Using the higher FPI total, my “B” choice is ‘B5’, which generates Gap number 4, which in turn, generates Lottery number ‘7’

Using the higher FPI total, my ‘C” choice is ‘8C’ , which generates Gap number 3, which in turn, generates Lottery number ‘4’.

Making the appropriate assignments, the Selector Sequence becomes:

Gap#   8 2 5 3

HA      C A B A

L#       4 9 7 5

A 4-number wheel I use says I should play:   497 495 475 975

Note: I filled out a worksheet earlier, giving me time to get to the store to play these sets.

Given my luck lately, lottery number 8 will probably come up!!!

Lets see what happens.

This concludes my presentation on how to use Gap Strategy to play Texas Pick 3.

I’ll be using it for daily drawings starting Monday.

I’ll post my numbers, but I won’t be including all of the nitty gritty details.

All of us should be on the same page, and making choices using the same data.

I’m confident all of you who are still on this train, so to speak, will become more proficient with experience.

If you have any questions, let me know with a post here in LP, or via phone, or IM

I prefer you post your questions so other players will benefit.

I’m seriously interested in any ideas you may have regarding the Selection Sequence. Using the BAs with The higher totals
is good, but there might be a better way.

I’m thinking of some kind of ‘follower’ chart.

Thanks for your interest – and Good Luck!!

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Gap Strategy, Texas Pick 3 Day drawing.

If 'missing by one' paid, I'd be rich!

Our efforts generated lottery sets 497 495 475 975

Winning numbers are: 297

Looking at the worksheet, it's clear  the Selection Sequence should have been:  AABA

The only way this could have happened was for me to have selected BRA2 in the  first set of triples, instead of BRC3.

This would have provided:

BRR0 RAR0 AAC1 ABB4
BRB3 RAC0 AAB5 ABC3
BRA2 RAA5 AAA4 ABR3
BRC3 RAB2 AAC4 ABA6

The choices would have been BRA2, RAA5, AAB5 ABA6

The Selection Sequence would have been:

1 2 5 3
A A B A
2 9 7 5

Please note that first set to play using the 4# wheel would have been '297', a straight that, with a .50 bet, would have paid \$290.

I realize you who are using GS for the first time might not have any suggestions, but we need
to find a way to make BA choices based on something besides high totals.

Thanks for your interest.

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Gap Strategy, GNR v2

Number Generator Worksheet , Form 6, No. 2

Plays for 0801 Night

Last winning numbers: 297

Updates to the data streams.

Form 6, Part A:

Section 1:  HPI  F4F3F1F2F5L4L1L3L2L5

Section 2:  G1#  3086791425

Section 3:   L#  8103645297

New BA Triples:  BRA AAB AAB

Part B:

Last Triple: ABB

My choices: BBB4 BBA4 BAA5 AAB5

Selection sequence:  BAAB

Part C:

I need 4 numbers for a 4# wheel to generate 4 sets of numbers.

My choices: 1A L#5; 2A L#7, 4B L#1, 5B L#9.

BAAB = 1579

Notes:

Crunch time! Will 2 numbers from the last drawing, 9 and 7, repeat in the night drawing??

It has happened before.
The workout seems to think so.
I trust the workout.
I don't expect it will be right every drawing.
However, I'm going to hedge my bet and only play ANY, rather than EXACT/ANY.
Bet .50 cents. Total cost \$2.

Good luck!
Thanks for your interest

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Texas Pick3 combined 0801Night

Winning numbers: 395

I played 157 159 179 579

I think I'm going to change my name to Missed By One!!

I had the correct Selector Sequence, BAAB, but made a bad choice, picking 4B when 6B would
have won \$40

I played Any Order with a 50 cents bet.

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Gap Strategy, Texas Pick 3 combined. Worksheet No. 3
0803 Night
Wheeling 4 numbers for 4 sets
Playing Exact/Any order. \$1.00 bet

Data Stream Updates:

Part A

Section 1:   HPI  F4F3F2L4L1L2L5F5F1L3

Section 2:   G1#  10 8 6 9 1 4 2 7 3 5

Section 3:    L#  8 1 0 6 4 2 7 3 9 5

New Triples:  BBB BBC BCB

Part B:

Last Triple: BCB

My Before&After choices are: (Using highest totals):  BCR5, CRC5 RCC2 CCC2

Selector Sequence = RCCC

Part C:

Last Winning numbers: 395 (Just for reference)

My number choices are:

7CL#3
8CL#0
9CL#4
10RL#1

Completed Selector Sequence:

10 7 9 8
R C C C
1 3 4 0

Note: I put the C choices in order based on the HPI totals:

7C 11 L4 20
9C  8 F3 18
8C 15 F2 13

4# wheel yields numbers to play:  134 130 140 340

Comments: It's been my experience over the past few years that 3 HotAids in a group usually
pays off. In fact, my last \$580 straight win was with a Selector Sequence BABB.

Of course, there have been times when it was a complete flop (lol).

Having an 'R' is good because you don't have to choose between 3 numbers.

Lets see what happens!

Thanks for your interest

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bobby623 thanks for posting your P3 numbers.

Please continue.

WTG all Winner\$.

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bobby623 thanks for posting your P3 numbers.

Please continue.

4# wheel yields numbers to play:  134 130 140 340.

WTG bobby623 on your bx 031

WTG all Winner\$.

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Gap Strategy - Texas Pick 3 Combined GNR V2 Results 0803

Winning numbers: 031

Numbers played: 134 130 140 340

Play Exact/Any other. \$1.00 bet for each game: Total: \$8

My 130 paid \$80.

I'll trade \$4 for \$80 every day of the week!!

Of course, there is more to the story.

I sometimes reverse the wheel. In this case, I would have played 043 041 031 431 (A straight for \$500 + \$80)

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Note: I started this post at the request of some friends.
All have stayed with it, however, Becca seems to have a problem.

Becca, if your last 10 numbers are not the same as mine, and the others, then you
obviously made a mistake.

You started too soon, too late, or missed a drawing.

You have a couple of options, start over, find and fix the error, or just
keep playing with the data you have. You will of course be out of step
with the rest of us.

Joel: Yes Gap Strategy can used with other state's Pick 3 lotteries.

It can also be used with regular lotteries, but, you'll have to pay me
to set one up for you. LOL

Will post numbers for tonite later.

Thanks for your interest.

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Gap Strategy, Texas Pick 3 combined, GNR V2, Form 6, Workout No 4 for 0804 Night

Part A - Updated data streams.

Set 1:  HPI F4L4L1L2L5F1L3F2F5F3  (Form 2, Row 24)

Set 2:  G1# 0 6 1 2 7 3 5 8 4 9   (Form 2, Row 10)

Set 3:   L# 8 6 4 2 7 9 5 0 3 1   (Form 2, Col 3 and 7)

New Triples: CBC BCB CBC          (Add to Form 4)

Part B: Last HAI triple:  CBC

Selector Sequence:  (HAI Triples Form 4)

Note: I've decided to pick 5 numbers for a 5# wheel that will generate 10 sets to play.

I'm going with the highest HAI totals.

My choices: BCR5  CRC5 RCA3 CAB5 ABB6

Note: I chose BCR5 over BCB5 and ABB6 over ABA6. Don't ask me why! It's guesswork!

Selector Sequence:  RCABB

Part C: Number selection;

I think the cold duck, lottery No. 8, is due to show up.
But, maybe it won't.

Therefore, wheeling 5 numbers gives me a chance with combinations without an 8.

Therefore:

10 9 1 5 4
R C A B B
3 5 1 8 4

Play 10 sets, AnyOrder(Box), 50 cent bet. Total cost: \$5 for a \$40 win.

For those interested, I use a wheel where the 5 numbers are chosen using
the ABCDE wheel.

Don't confuse these letters with any in the workout. This is a separate
operation.

3 5 1 8 4
A B C D E

Reversing the wheel:

3 5 1 8 4
E D C B A

ABC = 481, ABD = 485, ABE 483, ACD = 415, ACE - 413, ADE = 453, BCE = 815, BCE = 813, BDE = 853 CDE = 153

Good Luck!

Thanks for your interest,

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Gap Strategy, GNR V2 0804

Winning combination: 264

That cold duck #8 is still lost in the pack. It's coming up in the PreTest drawings.

Can't win them all.

Had the right Selector Sequence, but didn't chose the right numbers.

Thanks for your interest.

Note for Becca: I figured you had missed logging a drawing. Does make a difference
in the content of the data streams.

I know it's complicated, but it gets easier.

Just Standby. I'll have a recommendation for you later.

Bobby

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Gap Strategy, GNR V2, Worksheet No 5, Form 6

Part A: Updated data streams

Section 1: HPI  F4L1L2F1L3F2F3F5L4L5 (Form 2)
Section 2: G1#  0 6 1 2 3 5 8 4 7 9  (Form 2)
Section 3:  L#  8 7 9 5 0 3 1 2 6 4  (Form 1)

New HAI Triples: BCA CAC ACC  (Add to Form 4)

Part B: Last Triple:  ACC  (Form 2)

Part C: Selector Sequence for 0805 Day:  RCAB (From Form 4)

Going to wheel 4 numbers for 4 sets, using HAIs with highest totals.

10R 7 2 4
R C A B
2 0 7 1

Using the reverse ABCD wheel:

Plays:  170 172 102 702

Playing Exact/Any Order: 50 cent bet. Total cost: \$4.

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Gut says it time for the 8 to fall and/or a double!!

Thanks for your interest

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Gap Strategy

New Workout:  #NR v2

Note to Becca, any other interested parties,

Using Workout GNR V2 to predict numbers has been good to me.

However, there is an easier workout that I call #NR V2.

It's easier because you don't have to generate a Gap1 number sequence, that is used, in inturn, to
generate a lottery number to play.

Instead, #NR works with the lottery number data stream. In other, words, a Gap1 stream isn't needed.

This is how it works.

Initiate a Form 1. Go ahead and build the G1 and G2 streams.

Go to Form 2.

The header is Texas P3 combined, #NR V2, F5/L5 123 = A, 456=B, 789 = C, 10 = R

Start Row 4: FPI: F1F2F3F4F5L1L2L3L4L5
Start Row 5:  L#:  0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Start Row 6: HA#: Blank for 10 cells
Start Row 7: HAI: RCCCBBBAAA

Start adding winning combinations and generate Fixed Position Identifiers, just like with GNR.

Initiate Row 24: (this is for Hot Position Identifiers)  Just like for GNR

I was going to go back to April 1 when new balls were introduced, but
lets start with 070109. The winning combination for the Day drawing is 184.

Thus:

R4: F1F2F3F4F5L1L2L3L4L5F2L3L4L1F2L3 ...
R5:  0 X X 3 X 5 6 X X 9 1 8 4 7 2 4 ...
R6:  R C C C B B A  A  A C B C C B B ...
R7:  . . . . . . . . . . 9 4 8 7 4 4 ...

(Note: the Xs are numbers 1, 8 4 and 7 that would be marked off on your worksheet)

(REMEMBER: AN ACTIVE CELL IS ONE THAT HAS NOT BEEN MARKED OFF. THERE CAN NEVER BE MORE THAN 10 ACTIVE
CELLS IN A DATA STREAM)

The new FPIs are duplicated on Row 24 to generate the Hot Position Identifiers.

Row 24: F1XF3XF5XL2XL4L5XXF4L1F2L3 ...

The Xs are HPIs that have been marked off.

Initiate a new Form 3, to maintain an inventory of Hot PIs and Hot AI combinations (1A2A3A, etc)

The triples AAC ACB, CBC, BCC, CCB, CBB would be logged on a newly initiated Form 4

When you have processed and logged all of the lottery numbers, you will have enough Before and After triples
to guide the Selector Sequence step.

You would then make your number selections exactly as you did with the GNR workout.

Bottom line, Becca, is that you will make your choices according to the variations trigged by the
lottery number stream.

I set mine up earlier.

I'm going to play 074 076 046 746 in the 0805 Day drawing.

Play Exact/Any Order, 50 cents bet.

These are in addition to the GNR numbers I posted earlier.

Becca, things are getting busy around here. Roofers will be here Thursday. Lot of other stuff going on. I'm not
going to have a lot of free time for lottery.

So, please, go ahead and set up a #NR workout. Get Sue to help you.

This post is getting long and I need to bring it to a close this week.

There hasn't been much interest expressed by LP members. Only one player seems to be building a GNR workout.

Let me know by phone if you have problems.

Thanks for your interest.

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Gap Strategy - Texas Pick 3 GNR V2 Form 6 Workout No 6 for 0804 Night

Results for 0804Day 456.
I played 170 072 102 702
Missed by a bunch. That's the way it goes in lottey play.

Part A - Updated data streams

Section 1: HPI  L1L2F1F2F5L4L5F3L3F4 (Form 2)
Section 2: G1#   0 6 2 5 8 4 9 1 7 3 (Form 2)
Section 3:  L#   8 7 9 0 3 1 2 4 5 6 (Form 1)

New Triples:  CCB CBB BBR (Add to Form 4)

Part B
Last HA Triple: BBR (Form 2)

Selector Sequence (Using highest totals):  AABA

Part C

2 1 4 3
A A B A
6 1 4 5

Using 4# wheel: Numbers to play: 541 546 516 416

Playing Any Order. 50 cent bet, total cost \$2.

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Number 8 still out!
Time for a double!

yes, I noticed the 546, which would be  repeat numbers from the  Day draw.
This workout and the BA triples is predicting it could happen.
It has before.

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By the way, I'll have one more post which will demonstrate the #NR V2 workout.
Got too much going and don't have lot of free time for lottery.
Crunch time. If you have any questions, now is the time.

Thanks for your interest

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 Posted: August 4, 2009, 3:36 pm - IP Logged

Gap Strategy, Texas Pick 3 Combined, Workout #NR V2 for 0804 Night

Results from 0804D.  456
I played 074 076 046 746
Missed by one, again!

Part A: Updated data streams.

Set 1:  HPI  F1F5L5L4L3L1F3L2F4F2  (Form 2)

Set 2:  FPI  F1F2F3F4F5L1L2L3L4L5
L#  8 7 9 5 0 3 1 2 6 4  (Form 1)

In this workout, there is a Fixed Position Identifier overlay for the lottery numbers. Example, F1 = L8, F5 = 7, L5 = 9, etc

New Triples:  BCB CBA BAA   (Add to Form 4)

Last HA triple:  BAA

Selector Sequence:

AAR0 ACC10 CCC1  CAA1
AAA5 ACR3  CCB4  CAA1
AAC5 ACA3  CCR3  CAB7
AAB4 ACB4  CCA10 CAC9

My choices:  CCAC

Part C:

L#
1A 14  F2 23  7  5
2A 17  F4 14  5  11
3A 11  L2 17  1  2

7C 14  L4 13  6  4
8C 19  L5 15  4  8
9C 13  F516   0  3

Final Sequence:

8 7 1 9
C C A C
L#  4 6 7 0

Using a #4 wheel in reverse:

Plays: 076 074 064 764

Playing Exact/Any Order: .50 cent bet each. Total: \$4.

This workout is easier to use than GNR, although both have given me
wins in the past.

I mix it up. Play #NR for day, GNR at night, or both.

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Note: This is my last post in this thread. I've got too much going in my personal life.
Don't have lot of free time for lottery.
I'll be checking in couple of times each day and will answer any questions the
LP community might have.

Todd - Thanks for the space and opportunity to define a playing strategy that works, at least for me.

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Thanks for your interest

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