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# Something that Occurs in Every State: So Why havent you won...

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i am talking about the 5 spread and not the 6 spread...Only the 5 spread...5 numbers have: 3 odd numbers and 2 even numbers...If you chose to make doubles the: even numbers you only have 2 evens...If you chose the make doubles the odd numbers is: 3 numbers...YOU DONT NEED TO WIN EVERY DRAWING...And i am talking about a: Double box wheel...Not a: Straight wheel...

I'm not sure if know what you're talking about because there are 6 different spreads: 1-5, 2-6, 3-7, 4-8, 5-9, and 6-0.

"And i am talking about a: Double box wheel"

If you're going to include doubles there are 35 box combinations in each spread. That of course would raise your chances to win providing you guess the right spread.

Where is your system that shows which spread to play because without one your playing strategy is useless.

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So where's the 1004, 2003, 0005, 2201, 3011, 1112, in NY ???

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How many pick-4 combinations have a spread of 5 or lower?

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0: ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................000
1: ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................000
2: ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................000
3: 0123 1234 2345 3456 4567 5678 6789.................................................................................................................................................................................................007
4: 0124 0134 0234 1235 1245 1345 2346 2356 2456 3457 3467 3567 4568 4578 4678 5679 5689 5789..........................................................................................................................................018
5: 0125 0135 0145 0235 0245 0345 1236 1246 1256 1346 1356 1456 2347 2357 2367 2457 2467 2567 3458 3468 3478 3568 3578 3678 4569 4579 4589 4679 4689 4789..............................................................................030
6: 0126 0136 0146 0156 0236 0246 0256 0346 0356 0456 1237 1247 1257 1267 1347 1357 1367 1457 1467 1567 2348 2358 2368 2378 2458 2468 2478 2568 2578 2678 3459 3469 3479 3489 3569 3579 3589 3679 3689 3789............................040
7: 0127 0137 0147 0157 0167 0237 0247 0257 0267 0347 0357 0367 0457 0467 0567 1238 1248 1258 1268 1278 1348 1358 1368 1378 1458 1468 1478 1568 1578 1678 2349 2359 2369 2379 2389 2459 2469 2479 2489 2569 2579 2589 2679 2689 2789...045
8: 0128 0138 0148 0158 0168 0178 0238 0248 0258 0268 0278 0348 0358 0368 0378 0458 0468 0478 0568 0578 0678 1239 1249 1259 1269 1279 1289 1349 1359 1369 1379 1389 1459 1469 1479 1489 1569 1579 1589 1679 1689 1789..................042
9: 0129 0139 0149 0159 0169 0179 0189 0239 0249 0259 0269 0279 0289 0349 0359 0369 0379 0389 0459 0469 0479 0489 0569 0579 0589 0679 0689 0789........................................................................................028

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i am talking about the 5 spread and not the 6 spread...Only the 5 spread...5 numbers have: 3 odd numbers and 2 even numbers...If you chose to make doubles the: even numbers you only have 2 evens...If you chose the make doubles the odd numbers is: 3 numbers...YOU DONT NEED TO WIN EVERY DRAWING...And i am talking about a: Double box wheel...Not a: Straight wheel...

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0: ..............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................000
1: ..............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................000
2: 0012 0112 0122 1123 1223 1233 2234 2334 2344 3345 3445 3455 4456 4556 4566 5567 5667 5677 6678 6778 6788 7789 7889 7899.......................................................................................................................................................................................024
3: 0013 0023 0113 0133 0223 0233 1124 1134 1224 1244 1334 1344 2235 2245 2335 2355 2445 2455 3346 3356 3446 3466 3556 3566 4457 4467 4557 4577 4667 4677 5568 5578 5668 5688 5778 5788 6679 6689 6779 6799 6889 6899.............................................................................................042
4: 0014 0024 0034 0114 0144 0224 0244 0334 0344 1125 1135 1145 1225 1255 1335 1355 1445 1455 2236 2246 2256 2336 2366 2446 2466 2556 2566 3347 3357 3367 3447 3477 3557 3577 3667 3677 4458 4468 4478 4558 4588 4668 4688 4778 4788 5569 5579 5589 5669 5699 5779 5799 5889 5899.................................054
5: 0015 0025 0035 0045 0115 0155 0225 0255 0335 0355 0445 0455 1126 1136 1146 1156 1226 1266 1336 1366 1446 1466 1556 1566 2237 2247 2257 2267 2337 2377 2447 2477 2557 2577 2667 2677 3348 3358 3368 3378 3448 3488 3558 3588 3668 3688 3778 3788 4459 4469 4479 4489 4559 4599 4669 4699 4779 4799 4889 4899...060
6: 0016 0026 0036 0046 0056 0116 0166 0226 0266 0336 0366 0446 0466 0556 0566 1127 1137 1147 1157 1167 1227 1277 1337 1377 1447 1477 1557 1577 1667 1677 2238 2248 2258 2268 2278 2338 2388 2448 2488 2558 2588 2668 2688 2778 2788 3349 3359 3369 3379 3389 3449 3499 3559 3599 3669 3699 3779 3799 3889 3899...060
7: 0017 0027 0037 0047 0057 0067 0117 0177 0227 0277 0337 0377 0447 0477 0557 0577 0667 0677 1128 1138 1148 1158 1168 1178 1228 1288 1338 1388 1448 1488 1558 1588 1668 1688 1778 1788 2239 2249 2259 2269 2279 2289 2339 2399 2449 2499 2559 2599 2669 2699 2779 2799 2889 2899.................................054
8: 0018 0028 0038 0048 0058 0068 0078 0118 0188 0228 0288 0338 0388 0448 0488 0558 0588 0668 0688 0778 0788 1129 1139 1149 1159 1169 1179 1189 1229 1299 1339 1399 1449 1499 1559 1599 1669 1699 1779 1799 1889 1899.............................................................................................042
9: 0019 0029 0039 0049 0059 0069 0079 0089 0119 0199 0229 0299 0339 0399 0449 0499 0559 0599 0669 0699 0779 0799 0889 0899.......................................................................................................................................................................................024

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Here is a Sample of New Jersey Pick4...I am showing you spreads of 5 (spread between the smallest number and the biggest number)...So why havent you won...Treat 0 as ten...So Why havent you won...

 04/14/2010 Evening 6 0 0 1 2,946.50 245.5 04/14/2010 Midday 2 5 1 4 2,425.50 101 04/13/2010 Evening 3 9 5 0 2,242.00 93 04/13/2010 Midday 5 0 1 3 2,786.50 116 04/12/2010 Evening 7 6 4 9 2,616.50 109 04/12/2010 Midday 7 1 5 8 2,007.00 83.5 04/11/2010 Evening 5 5 5 8 1,795.00 448.5 04/11/2010 Midday 3 3 7 1 3,433.00 286 04/10/2010 Evening 0 5 6 0 2,350.00 195.5 04/10/2010 Midday 2 5 4 8 3,243.50 135 04/09/2010 Evening 0 8 4 4 1,710.50 142.5 04/09/2010 Midday 3 7 7 2 3,394.00 282.5 04/08/2010 Evening 3 0 9 0 3,005.00 250 04/08/2010 Midday 2 6 2 8 2,474.50 206 04/07/2010 Evening 7 0 5 5 2,595.00 216 04/07/2010 Midday 8 3 1 1 3,242.00 270 04/06/2010 Evening 5 8 8 0 2,998.50 249.5 04/06/2010 Midday 9 8 0 3 4,127.50 171.5 04/05/2010 Evening 3 6 3 2 3,309.50 275.5 04/05/2010 Midday 0 3 5 6 1,895.50 78.5 04/04/2010 Evening 3 1 3 5 2,553.00 212.5 04/04/2010 Midday 0 5 8 1 3,570.50 148.5 04/03/2010 Evening 6 4 4 7 2,638.00 219.5 04/03/2010 Midday 0 9 4 7 2,475.00 103 04/02/2010 Evening 5 0 6 4 3,018.50 125.5 04/02/2010 Midday 6 4 7 5 2,546.50 106 04/01/2010 Evening 5 9 5 1 3,190.00 265.5 04/01/2010 Midday 0 4 4 0 1,811.00 301.5 03/31/2010 Evening 5 2 6 4 2,166.50 90 03/31/2010 Midday 8 5 8 8 2,496.50 624 03/30/2010 Evening 5 5 7 6 2,878.50 239.5 03/30/2010 Midday 5 6 4 2 2,883.00 120 03/29/2010 Evening 4 0 9 0 2,338.00 194.5 03/29/2010 Midday 2 8 8 7 2,918.50 243 03/28/2010 Evening 7 5 4 3 2,607.00 108.5 03/28/2010 Midday 2 0 9 6 1,823.00 75.5 03/27/2010 Evening 3 5 2 8 2,547.00 106 03/27/2010 Midday 0 6 1 0 1,893.50 157.5 03/26/2010 Evening 6 5 2 2 2,661.50 221.5 03/26/2010 Midday 4 5 1 3 3,269.00 136 03/25/2010 Evening 5 8 6 4 2,651.50 110 03/25/2010 Midday 5 3 4 5 2,561.50 213 03/24/2010 Evening 4 7 4 2 2,393.00 199 03/24/2010 Midday 6 3 5 9 2,309.50 96 03/23/2010 Evening 8 7 8 1 3,535.50 294.5 03/23/2010 Midday 4 3 7 9 2,554.00 106 03/22/2010 Evening 9 4 4 2 3,304.00 275 03/22/2010 Midday 9 3 8 7 3,448.50 143.5 03/21/2010 Evening 6 7 7 9 2,746.50 228.5 03/21/2010 Midday 4 9 2 7 2,444.00 101.5 03/20/2010 Evening 1 6 3 3 3,089.50 257 03/20/2010 Midday 8 6 1 9 3,018.00 125.5 03/19/2010 Evening 9 4 5 9 3,557.00 296 03/19/2010 Midday 6 6 6 9 2,577.00 644 03/18/2010 Evening 7 3 9 8 3,145.50 131 03/18/2010 Midday 4 3 0 2 3,352.50 139.5 03/17/2010 Evening 9 4 5 7 2,838.50 118 03/17/2010 Midday 8 1 7 0 2,367.00 98.5 03/16/2010 Evening 3 4 7 1 2,772.50 115.5 03/16/2010 Midday 0 8 0 1 2,846.00 237 03/15/2010 Evening 4 9 0 9 2,608.00 217 03/15/2010 Midday 2 2 0 1 1,842.50 153.5 03/14/2010 Evening 1 2 6 5 2,419.50 100.5 03/14/2010 Midday 6 7 9 9 1,715.00 142.5 03/13/2010 Evening 3 5 1 7 2,303.50 95.5 03/13/2010 Midday 6 6 6 5 2,450.00 612.5 03/12/2010 Evening 7 4 3 5 2,437.50 101.5 03/12/2010 Midday 1 9 1 7 1,338.50 111.5 03/11/2010 Evening 9 5 7 9 2,348.50 195.5 03/11/2010 Midday 3 5 7 3 3,980.50 331.5 03/10/2010 Evening 9 7 2 7 2,906.50 242 03/10/2010 Midday 9 1 3 9 2,166.50 180.5 03/09/2010 Evening 5 7 6 8 2,425.00 101 03/09/2010 Midday 0 4 4 7 2,808.50 234 03/08/2010 Evening 0 7 3 9 2,348.00 97.5 03/08/2010 Midday 3 0 7 1 2,868.50 119.5 03/07/2010 Evening 9 6 4 5 2,445.50 101.5 03/07/2010 Midday 8 0 0 8 377.50 62.5 03/06/2010 Evening 5 9 3 1 2,392.50 99.5 03/06/2010 Midday 7 4 4 8 2,576.00 214.5 03/05/2010 Evening 7 6 2 6 1,984.00 165 03/05/2010 Midday 7 8 4 6 3,300.00 137.5 03/04/2010 Evening 2 6 0 7 2,517.00 104.5 03/04/2010 Midday 9 7 3 9 3,084.50 257 03/03/2010 Evening 3 5 7 4 2,573.50 107 03/03/2010 Midday 9 2 6 9 2,986.00 248.5 03/02/2010 Evening 2 0 3 4 2,807.00 116.5 03/02/2010 Midday 9 5 6 1 3,372.00 140.5 03/01/2010 Evening 9 3 2 1 2,875.00 119.5 03/01/2010 Midday 4 7 8 4 2,364.50 197 02/28/2010 Evening 4 8 8 4 2,238.50 373 02/28/2010 Midday 8 6 1 9 2,733.00 113.5 02/27/2010 Evening 0 2 6 7 2,927.00 121.5 02/27/2010 Midday 1 5 9 8 2,727.00 113.5 02/26/2010 Evening 1 2 4 8 1,535.50 63.5 02/26/2010 Midday 3 2 6 4 2,328.00 97 02/25/2010 Evening 4 6 1 1 2,882.50 240 02/25/2010 Midday 4 9 2 8 2,691.50 112 02/24/2010 Evening 1 1 4 2 1,893.00 157.5 02/24/2010 Midday 5 8 7 3 3,213.00 133.5 02/23/2010 Evening 8 1 1 4 4,122.00 343.5 02/23/2010 Midday 4 9 2 0 3,669.00 152.5 02/22/2010 Evening 5 2 4 8 2,588.00 107.5 02/22/2010 Midday 3 6 1 3 3,324.00 277 02/21/2010 Evening 1 1 7 3 2,033.50 169 02/21/2010 Midday 3 7 1 5 2,196.50 91.5 02/20/2010 Evening 1 1 0 7 1,196.00 99.5 02/20/2010 Midday 8 5 3 5 4,066.00 338.5

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I believe Pumpi is talking about a 5 digit spread based on the low digit where for instance the low digit is 1 so the high digit is 5. They also gave a very loose example that included all hits within any of the 6 spreads and doubles. Playing any one of the spreads using each digit once has 5 combinations so basically Pumpi is asking "Why haven't we won" base on their results that nobody could win playing just 5 combos without defining which one of the six spreads to play.

Pumpi included doubles without understanding it would mean playing 35 combos not 5. I have no idea what Pumpi meant by using high/low and even/odd filters because if "0" is high, all the digits in a spread 1 - 5 are low by default and every spread has 2 or 3 even or odd digits.

Simply put, Pumpi offered a playing strategy with no system to determine which spread to play.

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Todd you should put this on the V-tracks...

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I believe Pumpi is talking about a 5 digit spread based on the low digit where for instance the low digit is 1 so the high digit is 5. They also gave a very loose example that included all hits within any of the 6 spreads and doubles. Playing any one of the spreads using each digit once has 5 combinations so basically Pumpi is asking "Why haven't we won" base on their results that nobody could win playing just 5 combos without defining which one of the six spreads to play.

Pumpi included doubles without understanding it would mean playing 35 combos not 5. I have no idea what Pumpi meant by using high/low and even/odd filters because if "0" is high, all the digits in a spread 1 - 5 are low by default and every spread has 2 or 3 even or odd digits.

Simply put, Pumpi offered a playing strategy with no system to determine which spread to play.

The Charts provided treat 0 as Low Not High:

Low Digits=01234

High Digits=56789

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I believe Pumpi is talking about a 5 digit spread based on the low digit where for instance the low digit is 1 so the high digit is 5. They also gave a very loose example that included all hits within any of the 6 spreads and doubles. Playing any one of the spreads using each digit once has 5 combinations so basically Pumpi is asking "Why haven't we won" base on their results that nobody could win playing just 5 combos without defining which one of the six spreads to play.

Pumpi included doubles without understanding it would mean playing 35 combos not 5. I have no idea what Pumpi meant by using high/low and even/odd filters because if "0" is high, all the digits in a spread 1 - 5 are low by default and every spread has 2 or 3 even or odd digits.

Simply put, Pumpi offered a playing strategy with no system to determine which spread to play.

0125 0135 0145 0235 0245 0345 1236 1246 1346 2347 (3L 1H)

1256 1356 1456 2357 2367 2457 2467 3458 3468 3478 (2L 2H)

2567 3568 3578 3678 4569 4579 4589 4679 4689 4789 (1L 3H)

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The Charts provided treat 0 as Low Not High:

Low Digits=01234

High Digits=56789

I've always used "0" as low but it's Pumpi's system and they say "0" is high.

"Treat 0 as ten..."

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0125 0135 0145 0235 0245 0345 1236 1246 1346 2347 (3L 1H)

1256 1356 1456 2357 2367 2457 2467 3458 3468 3478 (2L 2H)

2567 3568 3578 3678 4569 4579 4589 4679 4689 4789 (1L 3H)

"a box wheel for Pick4, using 5 numbers comes out to: 5 tickets...All you have to do is guess the smallest number of the spread and count from there..."

From this I assumed a spread of 5 meant 5 digits and from there it looked like Pumpi meant just six spreads; 1-5, 2-6, 3-7, 4-8, 5-9, and 6-0.

On the other hand you could be correct because Pumpi's systems are usually clear as mud.

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"a box wheel for Pick4, using 5 numbers comes out to: 5 tickets...All you have to do is guess the smallest number of the spread and count from there..."

From this I assumed a spread of 5 meant 5 digits and from there it looked like Pumpi meant just six spreads; 1-5, 2-6, 3-7, 4-8, 5-9, and 6-0.

On the other hand you could be correct because Pumpi's systems are usually clear as mud.

1-5 includes Digits 12345, but 5 minus 1=4

Spread 4: (01234) (12345) (23456) (34567) (45678) (56789)

0124 0134 0234 1235 1245 1345 2346 2356 2456 3457
3467 3567 4568 4578 4678 5679 5689 5789 (18)

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0: ............................................................................................000
1: 0011 1122 2233 3344 4455 5566 6677 7788 8899................................................009
2: 0022 1133 2244 3355 4466 5577 6688 7799.....................................................008
3: 0033 1144 2255 3366 4477 5588 6699..........................................................007
4: 0044 1155 2266 3377 4488 5599...............................................................006
5: 0055 1166 2277 3388 4499....................................................................005
6: 0066 1177 2288 3399.........................................................................004
7: 0077 1188 2299..............................................................................003
8: 0088 1199...................................................................................002
9: 0099........................................................................................001

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0: ............................................................................................000
1: 0011 1122 2233 3344 4455 5566 6677 7788 8899................................................009
2: 0022 1133 2244 3355 4466 5577 6688 7799.....................................................008
3: 0033 1144 2255 3366 4477 5588 6699..........................................................007
4: 0044 1155 2266 3377 4488 5599...............................................................006
5: 0055 1166 2277 3388 4499....................................................................005
6: 0066 1177 2288 3399.........................................................................004
7: 0077 1188 2299..............................................................................003
8: 0088 1199...................................................................................002
9: 0099........................................................................................001

but only like 6 of them have the spread of: 5....

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0: ............................................................................................000
1: 0001 0111 1112 1222 2223 2333 3334 3444 4445 4555 5556 5666 6667 6777 7778 7888 8889 8999...018
2: 0002 0222 1113 1333 2224 2444 3335 3555 4446 4666 5557 5777 6668 6888 7779 7999.............016
3: 0003 0333 1114 1444 2225 2555 3336 3666 4447 4777 5558 5888 6669 6999.......................014
4: 0004 0444 1115 1555 2226 2666 3337 3777 4448 4888 5559 5999.................................012
5: 0005 0555 1116 1666 2227 2777 3338 3888 4449 4999...........................................010
6: 0006 0666 1117 1777 2228 2888 3339 3999.....................................................008
7: 0007 0777 1118 1888 2229 2999...............................................................006
8: 0008 0888 1119 1999.........................................................................004
9: 0009 0999...................................................................................002

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