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# I Believe Math Can Win Any Pick 3 Lottery

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There was no addition necessary for that particular one. In column 3, the 6 in front of 11, and in column 1, the 6 is underneath 1. There no math need. The answer is 1. The reason is both 6's point to the same number.

so are you saying that if the 6 didn't point to the same number, being "1", that the "1" wouldn't qualify to be played? Basically, what I'm asking is if there is anything other than the math involved here. I'm getting the sense that there are things you have to match up as being qualifiers in order to be used as a final number. I only say this because you used the word "points". Because if it was only the math and nothing else, it really wouldn't matter if they both point to "1" or not. You just use 1 no matter what. Just sayin...

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If it was another number besides 1, then addition or subtraction would be needed.

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If it was another number besides 1, then addition or subtraction would be needed.

Ok, i guess I was correct in thinking there is more to this than you explained right? There seems to be stipulations involved here.

Don't get me wrong. I appreciate you sharing the system, but you really have to mentiuon all the variables possible.

Just like the first step in the process, You say......"What you do is see if there are any matches for those 3 numbers." What if there aren't any matches, is there another rule that you left out?  What do I di if there isan't any matches?

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I have an idea. Let's do the math again, this time let's try to simplify the process. Leave out all unnecessary steps, and make sure you show the rules as it happens. If something doesn't qualify tell us what it is, and what we have to do instead.

Let's do it with the following numbers.

012

345

678

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Well you're right. I gave you guys a brief introduction to it. Of course there are a few things that i left out. I figure giving you every angle to the puzzle would cause problems with understanding it. I gave you the basics.

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Can you post more examples and explanations? Thanks.

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Well you're right. I gave you guys a brief introduction to it. Of course there are a few things that i left out. I figure giving you every angle to the puzzle would cause problems with understanding it. I gave you the basics.

I understand, but because you left things out, it made even less sense. It leaves the reader scratching his head....lol

No problem. If you feel like telling us the whole story one day, be my guest. I've got time.

BTW, have you been using this for a long time? And if you have, how successfull has it been? Would you say 60%, 70% or more?

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I would but i have to get ready to go to work. I will be online tomorrow around the same time.

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I would but i have to get ready to go to work. I will be online tomorrow around the same time.

Nope...You can't go to work. You have to stay and explain it right now.

Just tell the boss I said so. OK?

What's his or her phone number. I'll call the boss myself.

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I would but i have to get ready to go to work. I will be online tomorrow around the same time.

..not for nothin chief,I'm not too proud to hear about any insightful Connecticut picks...being from there and all  lol.I've read and reread your method..can't say I understand it totally,but if it hits it hits...all the better...POST THEM PICKS!!!

...been getting killed recently

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Nope...You can't go to work. You have to stay and explain it right now.

Just tell the boss I said so. OK?

What's his or her phone number. I'll call the boss myself.

OMG JOKER!!!!

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Well you're right. I gave you guys a brief introduction to it. Of course there are a few things that i left out. I figure giving you every angle to the puzzle would cause problems with understanding it. I gave you the basics.

WOW! That was a brief introduction?

Joker I KNOW you will figure this out and when you do....please explain it to the rest of us!

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Sure...I'll explain it Ca-Dreamin.

Look at the corners..

012

345

678

0 is all alone. That means you divide it by the 5 in the second column, third row, from the center. Then if you look closely, you'll see the 8. Add the 8 to the 5 in the second column and get 13, which is 3.

That's the first number...3

Next....If you look at 048 in the diagonal, you'll notice the 5 and 3 in the center column is 345....Funny....3 and 5. That equals 8. If it didn't equal 8,,,,then I don't know....make up something....lol

Under the 2 is 5, and 8. Add those and you'll have 13....again....3!!!!

Wow ! ! !

If there was no 3 in the original plan....well,then you have to divide by 9. Either subtract or divide, depending on weather it was cloudy or sunny that day.

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Sure...I'll explain it Ca-Dreamin.

Look at the corners..

012

345

678

0 is all alone. That means you divide it by the 5 in the second column, third row, from the center. Then if you look closely, you'll see the 8. Add the 8 to the 5 in the second column and get 13, which is 3.

That's the first number...3

Next....If you look at 048 in the diagonal, you'll notice the 5 and 3 in the center column is 345....Funny....3 and 5. That equals 8. If it didn't equal 8,,,,then I don't know....make up something....lol

Under the 2 is 5, and 8. Add those and you'll have 13....again....3!!!!

Wow ! ! !

If there was no 3 in the original plan....well,then you have to divide by 9. Either subtract or divide, depending on weather it was cloudy or sunny that day.

HAHAHA!!!!!!!

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