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# Past look-up difference p-3 system

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 Posted: May 27, 2010, 4:19 pm - IP Logged

I did a small backtest just for fun, and It seems to work about 60 to 70 percent of the time.

I first have to make a list of past winning numbers on a list. I include mid to eve to mid to eve like so starting from the today's mid Florida winner on top and working my way down to the oldest.

Thursday, may 27

Mid-337

Eve-084

Mid-404

Eve-155

Mid-606

298

511

775

394

781

042

783

408

309

387

265

421

781

562

403

060

702

232

149

913

193

802

515

777

228

689

137

318

679

160

719

354

338

135

681

003

743

387

868

173

471

232

488

496

879

837

477

136

800

348

295

035

513

943

490

938

738

536

065

640

539

595

017

816

713

264

619

310

All you do is find the difference between the last 2 winning numbers in your state and look for that number in your state's history list like I've done for Florida above. When you find a similar number in straight form and it's missing just one digit, you look at the winning number before and the winning number after. A good number of times In my back test, I saw the next draw missing by one. For example:

If you look at the top of the list you'll see 337 as the winning number in Florida today mid. If you take the last 2 draws as per the instructions and find the difference you'll have the following:

404

084

The difference is 6-8-0.  I get 680  because I count up for the first position. There are 6 spots counting up to 10. (5-6-7-8-9-10). If it goes higher than 10, just use lottery math and use the last number (ex:15...we use the 5).

For the second position "8", there are 8 spots counting up to 8 (1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8).

And for the last position there are 0 spots counting up to 4 ( 0). (note...there is no space between the two 4s so just count it as "0")

Now I look up 680 to see if it shows as close as possible in straight form starting with last winning number on top in the list above, and working my way down.

If you look you'll see that the first number I happened upon was the closest to 680, which was 689. And in blue you'll see 37.

Today's mid was 337. You can make pairs out of the winning numbers the draw before 689 and the draw after 689. This happens quite often and gives you an idea of what pairs to use for the next draw. Of course it doesn't work all the time, but the pairs you derive can be compared with other methods to narrow down.

So for tonight's test, I will use the last 2 draws which are 084 and 337

084

337

I get the number 3-5-3. If you look on the list you'll see that the first number closest in resemblance in straight form that I encountered was 354. The surrounding pairs from the draw before 354 and after 354 are as follows....

33-38

71-79-19

Lets' see...lol

Do your state and you'll be amazed. Good luck.

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 Posted: May 27, 2010, 4:26 pm - IP Logged

I forgot to add that you may want to compare the pairs in conjunction with what the p-3 generator produces. The generator is usually off by one digit straight sometimes. It could narrow down which combo in the generator to use.

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 Posted: May 27, 2010, 4:53 pm - IP Logged

Throughout all the years, I just have to tell you....you have ALWAYS explained every detail clearly, anytime you posted a system!  I, for one, appreciate it!

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 Posted: May 27, 2010, 5:18 pm - IP Logged

Throughout all the years, I just have to tell you....you have ALWAYS explained every detail clearly, anytime you posted a system!  I, for one, appreciate it!

Thanx and your welcome. It's easier to explain thoroughly once, than have a million questions asked later...lol

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 Posted: May 27, 2010, 10:48 pm - IP Logged

WTG joker17 on the Florida hit!!!!!

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 Posted: May 28, 2010, 9:45 am - IP Logged

WTG joker17 on the Florida hit!!!!!

Yeah, the winner was 079....79 pair.

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 Posted: May 28, 2010, 9:48 am - IP Logged

For today's mid florida is 702.

The numbers before and after are 23......32......06......60

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 Posted: May 28, 2010, 12:52 pm - IP Logged

For today's mid florida is 702.

The numbers before and after are 23......32......06......60

Using the pairs above in conjunction with Destiny's chart and the p-3 "4" and "8" combo bet generator, I came up with these combos. Crossing fingers.

624   324   241   291   231   239   506   706   823   123   234

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 Posted: May 30, 2010, 9:38 am - IP Logged

Winning number in Florida's eve on the 29th of May was 880.

The two winning numbers before were 088 and 878

878

088 = 210

Looking back on the list I found 310. The numbers before and after 310 were 780 and 619. The pairs would be 78  70  80.....61  69  19.

880.........

If I had the gumption I could probably make money playing this sytem online. All I would have to do is place 0-9 in front and back of the pairs. That would cost 120.00, but the payoff would be 900.00 Since it doesn't work everyday, the high payoff would buy me time until the next hit.The last hit was with 079, which was 4 draws ago (not days), costing me 480.00....with a net profit of 320.00, and now hitting again for another 900.00, and a total net of 1,220.00. I would have to lose 12 draws in a row from this point on to get even (or almost even). I'm hoping it won't take that long, based on my short back test.

I have to do a longer back test to see if there would be very long losing streaks that could make this sytem worthless....lol

I may do that today.

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