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Vtracs for Dummies 103 by TNTea

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Posted: April 28, 2010, 3:54 pm - IP Logged

Fellow LP members:

I am relatively new to the site and have been engaged in heavy research of Pick 3/Cash 3 lotto systems.  One of the many useful Pick 3 systems I have read up on is the Vtracs for Dummies system authored by TNTea.  I had no problems understanding each lesson, but there is one portion from Vtracs 103 course which I believe may contain an error.  Below is a cut-and-paste of that portion of the Vtracs 103 lesson (I have paraphrased portions to make them easier to read):

___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Let's get started...

 We want to play basically on paper until we have had enough practice to go out there and do our thing..

 Let's look at a set up for tonight...

Taking CA...

 

November 29 and forward

 

Midday        vtracs              Evening        vtracs

147              253                  440            551

193              254                  558            114

504              115                  060            121

141              252                  483            544

602              213                  008            114

227              333                  295            351

874              435                             

 

First thing I look for are the(missing vtracs)... "Missing" defined as having not been drawn in the past 4 draws...

The Evening draw is missing vtracs 2, although it is not necessarily four draws out..

Then I look at double vtracs.. CA has been blessed with them this past week...

Next I look to see when last time two vtracs have repeated in a section draw..  it has been awhile..so.. I consider the vtrac pairs 31, 35, and 51 as a repeat for tonight's draw.  So I could play vtracs 312, 352, and 512, expecting the  vtrac 2 to come back.

I look at each of the draw number combinations in the 312, 352, and 512 vtrac strings.  They are as follows:

024,029,074,079,524,529,574,579

012,017,062,067,512,517,562,567

014 019 064 069 514 519 564 569 

That gives 24  numbers to play...That is $6 online.  ***END OF TNTEA'S POST*** 

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Here is the problem:  It seems to me that the above listed draw number combinations represent vtrac strings 135, 123, and 125.  While vtrac strings 123 and 125 are variations of vtracs 312 and 512 (which is perfectly fine), vtracs 135 seems out of place or incorrect, seeing as TNTea stated that she was going to play vtracs 312, 352, and 512. 

So my question for you is:  Does this look like a simple mistake or error, and did TNTea actually mean to include vtrac string 352 or one of its variations (i.e., 253, 532, 523)

OR...

Did I completely misunderstand a part of the lesson?

 

Here is a link to the thread:

http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/124129

 

Thank you guys and gals for any assistance you may be willing to offer.

 

Best regards,

Lctwo

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    Posted: April 28, 2010, 6:55 pm - IP Logged

    Fellow LP members:

    I am relatively new to the site and have been engaged in heavy research of Pick 3/Cash 3 lotto systems.  One of the many useful Pick 3 systems I have read up on is the Vtracs for Dummies system authored by TNTea.  I had no problems understanding each lesson, but there is one portion from Vtracs 103 course which I believe may contain an error.  Below is a cut-and-paste of that portion of the Vtracs 103 lesson (I have paraphrased portions to make them easier to read):

    ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

    Let's get started...

     We want to play basically on paper until we have had enough practice to go out there and do our thing..

     Let's look at a set up for tonight...

    Taking CA...

     

    November 29 and forward

     

    Midday        vtracs              Evening        vtracs

    147              253                  440            551

    193              254                  558            114

    504              115                  060            121

    141              252                  483            544

    602              213                  008            114

    227              333                  295            351

    874              435                             

     

    First thing I look for are the(missing vtracs)... "Missing" defined as having not been drawn in the past 4 draws...

    The Evening draw is missing vtracs 2, although it is not necessarily four draws out..

    Then I look at double vtracs.. CA has been blessed with them this past week...

    Next I look to see when last time two vtracs have repeated in a section draw..  it has been awhile..so.. I consider the vtrac pairs 31, 35, and 51 as a repeat for tonight's draw.  So I could play vtracs 312, 352, and 512, expecting the  vtrac 2 to come back.

    I look at each of the draw number combinations in the 312, 352, and 512 vtrac strings.  They are as follows:

    024,029,074,079,524,529,574,579

    012,017,062,067,512,517,562,567

    014 019 064 069 514 519 564 569 

    That gives 24  numbers to play...That is $6 online.  ***END OF TNTEA'S POST*** 

    __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

     

    Here is the problem:  It seems to me that the above listed draw number combinations represent vtrac strings 135, 123, and 125.  While vtrac strings 123 and 125 are variations of vtracs 312 and 512 (which is perfectly fine), vtracs 135 seems out of place or incorrect, seeing as TNTea stated that she was going to play vtracs 312, 352, and 512. 

    So my question for you is:  Does this look like a simple mistake or error, and did TNTea actually mean to include vtrac string 352 or one of its variations (i.e., 253, 532, 523)

    OR...

    Did I completely misunderstand a part of the lesson?

     

    Here is a link to the thread:

    http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/124129

     

    Thank you guys and gals for any assistance you may be willing to offer.

     

    Best regards,

    Lctwo

    I read tntea post and I beleive she just made an honest error and entered the wrong Vtrac.  I know she was helping everyone trying to explain Vtracs and using California as the example she just made the error.

    I know she put alot of time and effort in the Vtrac for Dummies.