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Gap Stragegy - Texas Pick 3

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txpolo's avatar - animaniacs16

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Plays: 076 074 064 764

missed it by one, 687 eve draw.

Last post Argue

C'ya

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    Anyone else been trying to use this method? What have your results been like? Seems awfully complicated and time-consuming, but would be more than worth the time involved if it works.

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      Anyone else been trying to use this method? What have your results been like? Seems awfully complicated and time-consuming, but would be more than worth the time involved if it works.

      Shawn67 you are corret the system is too complicated.

      If someone can produce a program, that will help.

      Best of Luck Shawn67

       BananaWTG all Winner$. Hyper

       

       

        bobby623's avatar - abstract
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        Anyone else been trying to use this method? What have your results been like? Seems awfully complicated and time-consuming, but would be more than worth the time involved if it works.

        Shawn67

         

        Gap Strategy, for Pick 3 or any lottery game, is NOT repeat NOT a prediction system, per se. That ia, there is no single feature
        where a player can get ready-made numbers to play.

        What it does is use the winning lottery numbers to generate several different but related data streams. It's the
        variations in the streams that give a user clues as what numbers could come up in the next drawing.

        Basically, you lay out the data, which I admit is complicated for NEW users, and make choices. Choose correctly,
        you win, as several people did on 080309 Texas Pick 3 Day draw. They played my choices and won. Personally, I won
        $80.

        Experience is a key feature of the workout, the more you use it, the easier it becomes. Making the right choices
        might be elusive in beginning, but, that too, depends on how much effort you put into it.

        I don't win every time I play, but I've won many times over the past year. Of course, you only have my word for.

        I'm not selling anything.
         
        Some of my lottery buddies asked me to define the workout and I did. They know my winning history. I'm confident
        they will soon have a few wins to brag about.

        Lotteries are complicated. Lottery workouts are complicated and time consuming.
        However, The workout defined here is certainly within the capabilties of most players.

        If learning the details and procedures of a complex system is too difficult and time consuming, then
        there are other ways to play.

        Personally, I want to choose my own numbers. Gap Strategy incorporates a means whereby I can
        pick 4 numbers for 4 sets, 5 numbers for 10 sets and 6 numbers for 20 sets.

        Thanks for your interest.

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          Bobby, the workout (or whatever you call it), is very interesting to me. I'm a fan (and I don't even understand it yet. My only question is..."how long does it typically take you to do the workout on a daily basis"? As someone who still is trying to get a grasp on the method, it looks very complicated and time consuming.

            bobby623's avatar - abstract
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            Shawn, it takes less than hour for me to update the data streams and make my choices for the next drawing. 

            But, I've been using Gap Strategy for a long time.

            Yes, it's complicated. It were simple and easy, it probably wouldn't be worth much.

            Stick with it. Take your time and generate the streams. You only have to set it up once. After that, it's just
            a matter of adding new drawings, or, 3 numbers at a time.

            I wouldn't worry too much about what it all means. All of that will come as you become more familiar with
            the data streams.

            Gap Strategy is a substitute system. It is unlike any of the other workouts you find here at LP, or on the net.

            The user is in direct control. You sink or swim on your own.

            I check here couple of times a day. I'll answer any questions you might have.

            Thanks for your interest.

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              Thanks Bobby, will do.

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                Posted: August 8, 2009, 10:22 pm - IP Logged

                Bobby,

                 

                I'm stumped.

                 

                Your words:

                The following is what the Form 4 will look like after the 10 triples have been logged.

                A A A B B B C C C R
                1A R 1R B 1A A.
                1R A 1B A 1A R.
                2A R 1R R.
                1B A 1R B.

                I think, I understand everything up to this point. Are you placing 1AR in col. 4 under the A ?

                And then 1RB in col. 8 under the next A ? etc.

                What does 1 signify in 1AR, 1RB, 1AA, etc. etc. ?

                 

                Scrooge

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                  Bobby,

                   

                  I'm stumped.

                   

                  Your words:

                  The following is what the Form 4 will look like after the 10 triples have been logged.

                  A A A B B B C C C R
                  1A R 1R B 1A A.
                  1R A 1B A 1A R.
                  2A R 1R R.
                  1B A 1R B.

                  I think, I understand everything up to this point. Are you placing 1AR in col. 4 under the A ?

                  And then 1RB in col. 8 under the next A ? etc.

                  What does 1 signify in 1AR, 1RB, 1AA, etc. etc. ?

                   

                  Scrooge

                  Gap Strategy, Texas Pick 3 Combined drawings, Workout GNR V2

                  Form 4: Before and After Triples

                  Hello Scrooge. welcome back.

                  When I first explained Form 4, I suggested usig one piece of graph paper with 3 columns for As, 
                  Bs,  Cs and and one for the R.

                  This provided nough space for 3 columns of data, knowing, that, eventually, you
                  would run out of space and have to initiate a second form.

                  Now might be a good time for you to do that - devote a single page for each set of triples.

                  Assuming you started on 070109, Row 6 begins with:

                  RCCCBBBAAARAARRRBBAABAAACBBCBABBBBA (total35)

                  The first column of As (the middle letter) should be:

                  1AAR
                  1RAA
                  2AAR
                  1BAA
                  1AAB
                  2BAA
                  1AAA
                  1AAC
                  1BAB

                  The first AAR should be marked off. The first 1BAA should be marked off.

                  The first column of Bs (the middle letter) should be:

                  1RBB
                  1BBA
                  1ABA
                  1CBB
                  1BBC
                  1CBA
                  1ABB
                  1BBB
                  2BBB
                  2BBA

                  The first BBA should be marked off, as should the first BBB.

                  The C column should be:

                  1ACB
                  1BCB

                  The first R column should be:

                  1ARA
                  1ARR
                  1RRR
                  1RRB

                  When you catch up, each page will have, as of the 0807 drawing, more than 50 entries, except for
                  the R which will have fewer.

                  Each triple is numbered one up so that you can tell at a glance which triple on a page has the highest total.
                  These are the ones you choose to generate the Number Selector Sequences.

                  The winning numbers for the 0808 drawing are 763.

                  This generates 3 new triples: ARB, RBCand BCC, which would be added to the appropriate Form 4.

                  I'm glad you are sticking with it. If you generating B&A triples, you should soon be caught up and ready
                  to start the final guesswork on what to play in the next drawing.

                  Thanks for your interest

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                    Posted: August 10, 2009, 5:36 pm - IP Logged

                    Hello Mr. bobby im preparing my Gap work sheet and im lost trying to catch up do you want these placed next to the numbers . f1 f2 at C4?

                     

                     

                    thanks

                    united

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                      Hello Mr. bobby im preparing my Gap work sheet and im lost trying to catch up do you want these placed next to the numbers . f1 f2 at C4?

                       

                       

                      thanks

                      united

                      You need to be a little more specific.

                      What form are you talking about?

                      Thanks for your interest

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                        Posted: August 11, 2009, 10:23 pm - IP Logged

                        Hi Bobby,

                         

                         Your words:

                        Review of Round 1

                        Showing additions to data streams cluttered with active and marked off numbers is causing
                        a lot of confusion.

                        As an alternative, I'll assume that those interested in adding Gap Strategy to their
                        number prediction schemes know how to process Texas Pick 3 lottery numbers.

                        I've included all of the appropriate instructions and given examples.

                        I'm sure there are questions, but, all will be answered when the worksheets are current
                        and we get into the number generating technique.

                        Round 1.

                        Form 1 - Distribution and Count Chart

                        Amid the clutter of active and marked off numbers, the last 10 active lottery numbers, which
                        are in Column 15 are:

                        5 6 4 8 1 9 3 2 7 0

                        The last 10 active G1 numbers, in column 16, are:

                        4 3 10 2 9 7 8 5 1 6

                        The last 10 active G2 numbers, in column 17, are:

                        5 2 9 4 10 6 8 7 1 3

                        -------------------

                        Since you are now in Columns 15, 16,and 17, I have to assume that you have added all or most of the numbers drawn since July 1st.  Is this correct ? If so, How many more ?

                        I'm still hanging in. Slow but sure.

                        Scrooge

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                          Hi Bobby,

                           

                           Your words:

                          Review of Round 1

                          Showing additions to data streams cluttered with active and marked off numbers is causing
                          a lot of confusion.

                          As an alternative, I'll assume that those interested in adding Gap Strategy to their
                          number prediction schemes know how to process Texas Pick 3 lottery numbers.

                          I've included all of the appropriate instructions and given examples.

                          I'm sure there are questions, but, all will be answered when the worksheets are current
                          and we get into the number generating technique.

                          Round 1.

                          Form 1 - Distribution and Count Chart

                          Amid the clutter of active and marked off numbers, the last 10 active lottery numbers, which
                          are in Column 15 are:

                          5 6 4 8 1 9 3 2 7 0

                          The last 10 active G1 numbers, in column 16, are:

                          4 3 10 2 9 7 8 5 1 6

                          The last 10 active G2 numbers, in column 17, are:

                          5 2 9 4 10 6 8 7 1 3

                          -------------------

                          Since you are now in Columns 15, 16,and 17, I have to assume that you have added all or most of the numbers drawn since July 1st.  Is this correct ? If so, How many more ?

                          I'm still hanging in. Slow but sure.

                          Scrooge

                          Hi Scrooge!

                          I'm not sure what your question is, if any.

                          FYI: Round 2 for Texas P3C will end after the Aug. 19 night drawing.

                          At that time, we will have processed 266 lottery numbers.

                          Re: Form 1, The D&C chart. The ST (short term totals) will be added to the LT (long term totals). The ST will then become the LR (last round total).

                          We will also begin a 3rd worksheet (Form 2).

                          Round 3 HAI and HPI totals will continue to be added to Form 3.

                          The new B&A triples will be added to Form 4.

                          Basically, we will continue to do what we've been doing since 070109.

                          Thanks for your interest

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                            Posted: August 13, 2009, 10:47 pm - IP Logged

                            Hi Bobby,

                            Thank you for having patience with me. Wish I could spend more time on this project. Will be able to in a couple more weeks.

                            On your Lottery Post of July 29, at 9:15 PM , you added the next six lotttery digits to form 1 on column 4. The digits are

                            row 27    8

                            row 28    1

                            row 29    6

                            row 30    5

                            row 31    8

                            row 32    0

                            These are the numbers drawn on July 3.

                            -----------------------------

                            On your next Lottery Post of July 30 at 1:58 PM,  you describe the last ten active numbers in column 15, 16, and 17. So that is why I assumed you filled the rest of column 4, column 7, and column 11 with the numbers drawn after July 3.

                            That is one of the reasons, I had a tough time following your instructions.

                            Is there any chance of somehow sending a photocopy of your charts, in a Lottery Post?

                             

                            Scrooge

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                              Gap Strategy - Texas Pick 3 combined drawings.

                              Form 6 - Hot Alpha Number followers.

                              This is the last form - I promise!

                               

                              The data source for this Form is the Hot Alpha # stream on Form 2. This
                              stream consists of numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10.

                              These numbers appear in random order.

                              All players using this strategy should know how the HA# numbers are generated, as well as
                              The inventories on Form 3.

                               

                              Form 6 provides a systematic means for processing the numbers in a way that
                              allows analysis and use in the number generation array.

                               

                              Form 6A is for HA numbers 1A ,2A and 3A

                              Form 6B is for HA numbers 4B, 5B and 6B.

                              Form 6C is for HA numbers 7C, 8C, 9C and 10R.

                               

                              Using the same row and column reference method I've used, here are the instructions
                              for Form 6A. The same procedures are used for Forms 6B and 7C.

                               

                              Using a standard sheet of graph paper (8.5x11) use rows 1 and 2 to identify what the form contains,

                              i.e., Texas Pick 3C, 070109, Hot Alpha Numbers 1,2, and 3.

                               

                              Beginning with Row 3 column 2 to 9, enter '’#’” eight times. These are the header columns where the

                              numbers 1, 2 and 3 will be logged in the order in which they occur on Form 2.

                               

                              I have 42 entries in Column 2 and 28 in Column 3 (as of 0815 night drawing).

                               

                              Since we are all on the same page, ie. we started on 070109, the number sequence, from Form 2, Round 1,

                              Begins with 1121213332212, etc

                               

                              Beginning with Row 3, Column 10 enter nine column headings - '’11', skip a column, '12' skip a column, '13', skip a

                              column '21', skip a column, '22', skip a column, '23', skip a column, '31', skip a column '32',

                              skip a column, '33'

                               

                              Here's how the data is logged:

                               

                              First 3 numbers in Column 2 are '112', therefore, a '2' is put in the first open cell under

                              the header column 11.

                               

                              The second, third and fourth numbers in Column 2 are '121', therefore a '1' is placed in the first

                              open cell in the column header 12.

                               

                              The third, fourth and fifth numbers in Column 2 are 212; therefore a 2 is placed in the first

                              open cell under column header 21.

                               

                              The fourth, fifth and sixth numbers in Column 2 are 121, therefore a 1 is placed in the

                              cell below the 1 already in the column.

                               

                              The fifth, sixth and seventh numbers in Column 2 are 213, therefore a 3 placed in the cell below

                              the 2 already logged in the column.

                               

                              This process continues until all of the numbers are logged.

                               

                              Your log should be as indicated below:

                               

                              Row 3     11 12 13 21 22 23 31 32 33

                              Row 4     2   1   3   2   1   3   3   2   3

                              Row 5     3   1   2   3   2   3   2   1   2

                              Row6       1   1   1    2   2   3       1   2

                              Row7       1   1   2   2   2             2   3

                              Row8       3   3   1   1   1             2   2

                              Row9             1   2   3   1             2   2

                              Row10           1   3   2   2             3   2

                              Row 11          1         2   2             3

                              Row12           2         3   1

                              Row 13                     2   3

                              Row14                       2

                              Row 15                     3

                               

                              Additional numbers are added as they occur.

                               

                              As can be seen these are 'consecutive triples',. I don't know how else to say it.
                              But, we learn by doing.

                               

                              I'll explain how this information is used in number generation later.
                              An additional feature is tracking of the ‘pairs’.

                              This is done by outlining 9 blocks having 4 cells each at the bottom of the page.

                              Using a pen establish 3 rows having 3 blocks.

                              Enter 1 for the first row, 2 for the second and 3 for the third.

                              Across the top, enter 1 for the first column, 2 for the third and 3 for the 4th.

                               

                              Refer to columns 2 and 3 and tabulate the pairs. Ie., 11, 12, 21, 12, 21, 13, etc

                               

                              When you have completed the list, the 9 blocks should be as follows:

                               

                                               1       2     3

                                     1        5       9     7

                                     2       12     10   3

                                     3        2       8     7

                               

                              What this shows is that ‘11’ has come up 5 times, 12 has come up 9 times, 13 has come up 7 times.

                              The pair 21 has come up 12 times, 22 has come up 10 times, etc.

                               

                              Use a light pencil when entering the totals because they will be erased and updated frequently.

                               

                              Referring to column 3, you will note that the number stream ends with ‘232’

                               

                              The question then becomes, ‘What is the next number?”

                               

                              Referring to the data logged, the last number in the ‘32’ column is 3, which was a repeat.

                              Will it repeat a third time?

                               

                              Referring to the pair chart, the 2 is frequently followed by a ‘1’, but ‘2’ also has a high total.

                               

                              If the number sequence selector sub-array calls for 1 or more of the 3 HA numbers, you make a choice.

                              The critical part is that your choice will decide exactly which of the three lottery numbers under consideration will be put into play.

                               

                              The same procedures outlined above is followed by HA numbers 4B, 5B, and 6B. The headers are 44, 45, 46, 54, 55, 56, 64, 65, 66

                               

                              Again, the same procedures are followed for HA numbers 7C, 8C, 9C and 10R. The difference being that you need

                              12 blocks to log the pairs.

                               

                              When you establish the data columns, you will notice that some of the ‘triples’ repeat.

                               

                              On Form 6B, the triple 544 has come up 4 times (544-5, 544-6, 544-5, 544-6)

                               

                              The triple ‘546’, the last triple in the column, has come up 4 times ( 546-4, 546-5, 546-4, 546-?)

                              Will the fourth digit be a 4, a 5 or a 6?

                               

                              It’s really difficult to demonstrate all of the possibilities presented by Form 6.

                              I can only stress that your choices here are the ones that really count.

                               

                              If you have any difficulty establishing your Form 6, let me know.

                               

                              Thanks for your interest.