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Posted: February 17, 2010, 9:11 pm - IP Logged

I gotta say this system works, i've used it and have actually won, just the other day i went to check my tickets and although its not the jacpot that i won but won $9.00 bucks not bad, and my bet was 4 bucks...
I'll be testing more of this system out.. thanks DP for sharing

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    Posted: February 17, 2010, 9:17 pm - IP Logged

    congrats     Drum

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      Posted: February 18, 2010, 4:49 am - IP Logged

      I'm glad you won something. I also won something recently with the system. 4 of 5 for Texas Cash 5, got me close to $500. That day the system had all 5 numbers within 15 too, but unfortunately (and fortunately) I got 4 of 5!

      You just need to look at it to know right away if it's worth your time and play with this system. The back testing has already been done (using draw 2009-2010 within the sheet). Looking at the chart on the right, it showcase. Numbers don't lie.

      I'm set for non-jackpot winnings too! Look at the data, it shows lots of it.

      Hope you hit more and big ones.

      -dp

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        Posted: February 18, 2010, 6:19 am - IP Logged

        I'm glad you won something. I also won something recently with the system. 4 of 5 for Texas Cash 5, got me close to $500. That day the system had all 5 numbers within 15 too, but unfortunately (and fortunately) I got 4 of 5!

        You just need to look at it to know right away if it's worth your time and play with this system. The back testing has already been done (using draw 2009-2010 within the sheet). Looking at the chart on the right, it showcase. Numbers don't lie.

        I'm set for non-jackpot winnings too! Look at the data, it shows lots of it.

        Hope you hit more and big ones.

        -dp

        Hey Diamond could you give pointers at what to look for i know you stated something like 5 of 5  or 6 of 6 to look for numbers on the right side.  
        since numbers Don't lie,  I re did the sheet meaning i went back to the earliest draw of '08 to the present don't know if that changes things but....
        I just wanted to see if there have been more hits and sure enough i'm beginning to see  5 of 5 6 of 6 even 9 on the right column just choosing
        which one i'm confused at so.... could you give us more thorough explanation numbers on the right side of the sheet, their meaning, stats etc....

        again thanks DP for such a tool. 

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          Posted: February 18, 2010, 8:10 am - IP Logged

          thegreendestiny,

          When you added in 08 to the present, make sure you change the formula in the right chart under 1-10, each cell's formua must have the correct row.

          For the chart on the right.

          >> 1-10 blue box showcase the different -/+ (-1,-2,-3,-4,-5,-6,-7,-8,-9,-10+1,+2,+3,+4,+5,+6,+7,+8,+9,+10) to each number within the latest draw. When locking into a number between 1-10, it has the -/+ calculation. So if I pick 5, it will -5 to each of the draw to get 5 numbers, and +5 to get 5 more, which made up 10 numbers. The other 5 are repeating numbers from the latest result, totalling 15 numbers to wheel.

          >> 0-5 (vertically) indicate this;

          0 = 0 of 5
          1 = 1 of 5
          2 = 2 of 5
          3 = 3 of 5
          4 = 4 of 5
          5 = 5 of 5

          Under each numbers between 1-10 (the -/+), it's the number of times 0-5 showed up within the 15 numbers, suggested by the system. The percentage side is pretty much self explanatory.

          -dp

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            Posted: February 18, 2010, 8:14 am - IP Logged

            thegreendestiny,

            When you added in 08 to the present, make sure you change the formula in the right chart under 1-10, each cell's formua must have the correct row.

            For the chart on the right.

            >> 1-10 blue box showcase the different -/+ (-1,-2,-3,-4,-5,-6,-7,-8,-9,-10+1,+2,+3,+4,+5,+6,+7,+8,+9,+10) to each number within the latest draw. When locking into a number between 1-10, it has the -/+ calculation. So if I pick 5, it will -5 to each of the draw to get 5 numbers, and +5 to get 5 more, which made up 10 numbers. The other 5 are repeating numbers from the latest result, totalling 15 numbers to wheel.

            >> 0-5 (vertically) indicate this;

            0 = 0 of 5
            1 = 1 of 5
            2 = 2 of 5
            3 = 3 of 5
            4 = 4 of 5
            5 = 5 of 5

            Under each numbers between 1-10 (the -/+), it's the number of times 0-5 showed up within the 15 numbers, suggested by the system. The percentage side is pretty much self explanatory.

            -dp

            thanks DP

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              Posted: February 20, 2010, 5:07 am - IP Logged

              thanks DP

              You're welcome