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On the Road to a Pick 4 Straight

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Posted: July 29, 2010, 7:31 am - IP Logged

Hi Pokerjoker

You are correct - thanks for helping clarify.

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    Posted: July 29, 2010, 8:25 am - IP Logged

    how about arkansas i am new at this and im lost in numbers they all look like good numbers to me...help

      ranman17's avatar - jzy6nr
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      Posted: July 29, 2010, 11:17 pm - IP Logged

      Michigan! Wow, good choice. Don't hear a lot from MI players so this will be interesting :)

      OK. Have you ever thought of Pick 4 as being 2 sets of pairs? Of course you have! Or......... maybe not. I really didn't until tonight for some reason. 

      So how many sets of pairs are there to match together? 100 if I'm counting right.

      Of course every pair with every pair all together would come out to 10,000 different combinations as we all know. But we're just speaking about this is a very basic generic way.

      00's and 00's

      00's and 10's

      00's and 20's

      00's and 30's

      00's and 40's

      00's and 50's..............etc. 

      So now that I've got you all confused,lol,(and myself), the question is...........how can we narrow down which pairs to match together that will be coming up soon in YOUR state? 

      Let's start with Michigan. I'm going to go back a month and start with April 1st EVENING DRAW.

      9 7   7 6

      We'll split them up into 2 pairs.

      Now we will add +5 to the first digit of the first pair. (97)

      And +2 to the first digit of the second pair. (76)

         9 7 7 6

        +5  +2 =

      -------------

        4x   9x                    Keep going up a couple more.................

        4x   0x

        4x   1x                    Now mirrors........starting from the 9..................

        4x   4x

        4x   5x

        4x   6x

      These would be the pairs to put together now.  This could also be called "positional playing" I believe. If any of you have any great numbers in the 2nd and 4th position or do any studying for this type of playing then I hope you will please share. :)

      Well, wait a second.........what were the results? Did any of these show as straights?

      These will usually take a while to drop and they seem to be pretty sporatic. That's why I like to keep them for at least 2 months.

       

      April 02 Eve---4   6   9   2           What do you know, this one hit right out of the gate next eve.

      April 16 Mid---4   7       9

      May 05  Eve---   5       5

      May 06  Mid-- 4   1    4    1

      I am stumped on the other 2 digits as of this moment. If anyone has even a spark of an idea, please let us know!

        Why do you use only the highlighted numbers, why not the 4x 0x, 4x 5x & 4x 6x ?

       

        4x   9x                    Keep going up a couple more.................

        4x   0x

        4x   1x                    Now mirrors........starting from the 9..................

        4x   4x

        4x   5x

        4x   6x

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      An Unruly Evil

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        Posted: July 29, 2010, 11:31 pm - IP Logged

          Why do you use only the highlighted numbers, why not the 4x 0x, 4x 5x & 4x 6x ?

         

          4x   9x                    Keep going up a couple more.................

          4x   0x

          4x   1x                    Now mirrors........starting from the 9..................

          4x   4x

          4x   5x

          4x   6x

        You DO use the 4x0x, 4x5x and 4x6x. The others were highlighted showing the winners for Michigan.

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          Posted: July 29, 2010, 11:44 pm - IP Logged

          You DO use the 4x0x, 4x5x and 4x6x. The others were highlighted showing the winners for Michigan.

          Wow! How did I miss this system - You need to keep me up-to-date LL - lol   Nice system, I'm going to give this one a whirl. Thank You LL, Pogo Thumbs Up

            ranman17's avatar - jzy6nr
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            Posted: August 2, 2010, 12:06 pm - IP Logged

            You DO use the 4x0x, 4x5x and 4x6x. The others were highlighted showing the winners for Michigan.

            Yes, duh, I was having a senior moment, I later realized that you do use all the numbers.

            I have applied this to the P3 and it is outstanding.  There are some obstacles though:

            1.  trying to figure out "x" (as you mentioned)

            2. how many draws until the chosen number actually falls in the first position. (can be expensive)

            3.  The fact that there are 60 possible numbers

            Be kind, because everyone you meet is fighting a great battle.

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              Posted: August 2, 2010, 3:18 pm - IP Logged

              Wow! How did I miss this system - You need to keep me up-to-date LL - lol   Nice system, I'm going to give this one a whirl. Thank You LL, Pogo Thumbs Up

              LOL,glad you found us over here! It will be interesting to see what you come up with since there are several different ideas going on. We'll be waiting,thanks!! See Ya!

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                Posted: August 2, 2010, 3:22 pm - IP Logged

                Yes, duh, I was having a senior moment, I later realized that you do use all the numbers.

                I have applied this to the P3 and it is outstanding.  There are some obstacles though:

                1.  trying to figure out "x" (as you mentioned)

                2. how many draws until the chosen number actually falls in the first position. (can be expensive)

                3.  The fact that there are 60 possible numbers

                ranman, good idea about using it for the pick 3 Thumbs UpHere's a suggestion--after you get your pairs, try mirroring the second digit.

                Example--

                Say these were your pairs--

                60

                61

                62

                65

                66

                67

                Now mirror 2nd digits--

                60 5

                61 6

                62 7

                65 0

                66 1

                67 2

                Try some testing now with your pick 3. Let us know if that helps ya out! Thanks.

                  ranman17's avatar - jzy6nr
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                  Posted: August 2, 2010, 6:03 pm - IP Logged

                  ranman, good idea about using it for the pick 3 Thumbs UpHere's a suggestion--after you get your pairs, try mirroring the second digit.

                  Example--

                  Say these were your pairs--

                  60

                  61

                  62

                  65

                  66

                  67

                  Now mirror 2nd digits--

                  60 5

                  61 6

                  62 7

                  65 0

                  66 1

                  67 2

                  Try some testing now with your pick 3. Let us know if that helps ya out! Thanks.

                  No, that didn't help.  I had some luck with -1 +1 from the third digit, i.e. 6x8 678, 698 but this does not always work.  I also had some luck adding the first two numbers used to generate the straight pick, i.e. 492 produced:

                  9x4

                  9x5

                  9x6

                  9x9

                  9x0

                  9x1

                  The first number to hit that fits above was 935 I can produce the 3 in the middle position by adding the 9+4 from the orginal number but again, this does not always work.

                  This system has great potential but it needs that missing element.

                  Be kind, because everyone you meet is fighting a great battle.

                  An Unruly Evil