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Vtrac variation

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Have you ever tried 2 vtrac variations combined with filters for pick 3? well, whew..... I just did and its HOT! HOT! HOT!

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Have you ever tried 2 vtrac variations combined with filters for pick 3? well, whew..... I just did and its HOT! HOT! HOT!

What exactly do you mean ??? Please give an example.

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Maybe I understimated the pick 3 a little but what i meant was that instead of using the regular version (v1-0,5) I used v1=0,9   v2=1,8 etc combined (using filter) with v1=0,1  v2=23etc.

Its ok but I've erased that method and now I've finished working on vtrac str8 pairs from short-sums which is awesome. With a little luck on your side you could make some good, good money. Thats why I love spread sheets so much. I'm going to start testing it today on IL to see if a little luck comes my way.

An example would be v1= every pair that equals short-sum 0-5

pairs:

00  05

19  14

28  23

37  69

64  78

55

If correct Short-sums are chose positionally. You will hit str8!!

note: I'm tracking split and front pairs.

I have a total of 4 methods of playing in one sheet. what I want to do is find which method is hot and go from there.

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Pair Root Sum Chart (Boxed)
=========================
Root                Total
Sum:      Pair      Pairs
=========================
0: 00..................01
1: 01-19-28-37-46-55...06
2: 02-11-29-38-47-56...06
3: 03-12-39-48-57-66...06
4: 04-13-22-49-58-67...06
5: 05-14-23-59-68-77...06
6: 06-15-24-33-69-78...06
7: 07-16-25-34-79-88...06
8: 08-17-26-35-44-89...06
9: 09-18-27-36-45-99...06
=========================

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 Posted: February 27, 2010, 5:33 pm - IP Logged

<Moved to Pick 3 forum>

Please post in the appropriate forum ... thank you.

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Maybe I understimated the pick 3 a little but what i meant was that instead of using the regular version (v1-0,5) I used v1=0,9   v2=1,8 etc combined (using filter) with v1=0,1  v2=23etc.

Its ok but I've erased that method and now I've finished working on vtrac str8 pairs from short-sums which is awesome. With a little luck on your side you could make some good, good money. Thats why I love spread sheets so much. I'm going to start testing it today on IL to see if a little luck comes my way.

An example would be v1= every pair that equals short-sum 0-5

pairs:

00  05

19  14

28  23

37  69

64  78

55

If correct Short-sums are chose positionally. You will hit str8!!

note: I'm tracking split and front pairs.

I have a total of 4 methods of playing in one sheet. what I want to do is find which method is hot and go from there.

Interesting concept Jordans.....!!  Please keep us posted on the outcome of you trials!

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