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Is doubling your money good enough?

Topic closed. 1 reply. Last post 7 years ago by RJOh.

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Posted: June 1, 2010, 9:14 pm - IP Logged

Hello friends. I want to share my story. I've been playing serious pick 3 for three years now. The first two years were awesome. I basically made a list of the top fifteen overdue combo's and when the time seemed right to play some of them I played heavy. Like if a certain sum was due or a single digit, numbers that touch etc. If there was a match on the list I would play it. Well, like all systems it stopped producing. Although they were two good years the last one has not been so good. Anyway, I've been trying to go for smaller steadier hits now. So if you can double your money constantly is this good enough? Pick 3 is 120 combo's. So if you make three groups of forty numbers you get your 120. By playing 40 picks boxed ( $20.00 ) you can double your money quite often ( $40.00 ) If you can do this four times a week, your not doing bad. Considering all the losses you wont have to re-coup. So how to pick your group of numbers. We all know that one number has a good chance of repeating right. So that means that two numbers from the previous draw have a better chance of NOT repeating. Otherwise you'll have the exact same number or a two number repeat, and how often does that happen. Not very. So if you take two numbers from the last draw, lets say you go with the first and last digit to not repeat and then plug in the longest out digit to not show that leaves you seven digits or 35 combo's. Now your actually winning a little more than double. It's a lot of work but I did some backtesting and if you don't play everyday and can see when doubles are due it seems profitable. Any thoughts?

    RJOh's avatar - chipmunk
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    Posted: June 1, 2010, 9:21 pm - IP Logged

    Like you said, it's a lot of work but you've back tested it, sounds like you're ready so go for it and good luck.

     * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
       
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