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Posted: October 24, 2010, 4:35 pm - IP Logged

Pick-6 @ Keenland

Sunday, October 24, 2010 11:06 AM

From: "Tom Gillen"

 

October 24, 2010  12:43 PM  Keeneland  4  2.00  P6  (PWHL) 5 / 7 / 7 / 8 / 4 / 7   $2.00      October 24, 2010  12:42 PM  Keeneland  4  2.00  P6  (PWHL) 5 / 7 / 7 / 3 / 6 / 1, 10   $4.00        October 24, 2010  12:41 PM  Keeneland  4  2.00  P6  (PWHL) 12 / 6 / 3 / 8 / 6 / 7   $2.00      October 24, 2010  12:40 PM  Keeneland  4  2.00  P6  (PWHL) 12 / 6 / 3 / 3 / 6 / 1, 10   $4.00

 

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    Posted: October 24, 2010, 6:17 pm - IP Logged

     Gillen Update Report:

    "How the play,  looks with the astro and two astro numbers

    October 24, 2010  4:53 PM  Keeneland  9  0.10  SF  (PWHL) 1, 10, 12 / 3, 4, 6, 8 / 1, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 10, 12 / 1, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 10, 12   $36.00   $130.43"

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      Understanding the Pick-6 Template Lesson

        This is the part of the seminar where those of you who have the current lottery book can get a better understanding. The AFA is following us through this seminar, so that they can give you a in-depth understanding. The Pick-6 numbers I posted this afternoon for the Pick-6 at Keeneland is the backbone of all Pick-6 lotteries. I'm taking the astro number. If it's a Mercury number, I bring in the non-Mercury number and vice-versa. My worksheet is numbered 1 – 18. I place the Murcury numbers in spot 1, 4, 9, 10, 13, 16; and the non-Mercury numbers in 2, 5, 8, 11, 14, 17.

      Tomorrow's Pick-6 at Keeneland starts in the fourth race. The Murcury number to go into spot 1 is 12; spot 4 is 6; spot 9 is 3; spot 10 is 3; spot 13 is 6; and spot 16 is 1-10. Remember that when you use the 1 aspect, you always have to bring in the 10 if the race has ten horses. because 1 and 10 are under the same aspect. The non-Mercury numbers are 5-7-7-8-4-7 (in order). In spot 2 is 5; spot 5 is 7; spot 8 is 7; spot 11 is 8; spot 14 is 4; spot 17 is 1-10. Now fill them into the template on page 121. You'll find that you can only put them in for a full Picl-6 on rows 3 and 4, and 20 and 21. That's only four combinations out of 44.

      The other 40 combinations take up the numbers that you place is spot 3, 6, 7, 12, 15, and 18. The template is designed to fill in the empty spots that might be taken by the astro or V horse, or favorite.

      If you look at the combinations I gave you for today, you'll see that the Mercury hit in the 6th, 9th, and 10th, and the non-Mercury in the 5th, giving three hits on each ticket. In a regular lottery, you'd receive the 3 out of 6 payoff. In the 7th and 8th race, the astro horse won.  I also want you to take notice of how many times the Mercury and non-Mercury comes in together in the superfecta. We'll be using this feature in the Breeders' Cup.

      For the remaining five days at Keeneland, I will post the four combinations, and I'll also show you how to use the Pick-4 template on page 103." ~~Gillen

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        Posted: October 26, 2010, 5:31 am - IP Logged

        Gillen Direct-

        Wednesday's Pick-6 at Keeneland

        Monday, October 25, 2010 7:22 PM

        From: "Tom Gillen" 

         

        From the template on Sunday, the astro numbers won twice and came in second four times. In setting up the template for all 44 lines, as with the lottery, you bring in the "filler". What I'm going to give you for Wednesday is the fillers where you have to decide between an astro or V horse. Like the lottery, you look at past results. The following are the numbers for each spot of the template on page 121.

        • Spot = Number
        • 1 = 6
        • 2 = 9
        • 3 = 5 and 11 (two astros)
        • 4 = 6
        • 5 = 9
        • 6 = 3 and 6 (3-V; 6-astro)
        • 7 = 8 and 10 (both astros)
        • 8 = 4
        • 9 = 3
        • 10 = 2
        • 11 = 5
        • 12 = 4 and 6 (both V's. The astro #2 is also a V)
        • 13 = 2
        • 14 = 8
        • 15 = 10 and 12 (10-astro; 12-V)
        • 16 = 3
        • 17 = 7
        • 18 = 1 ad 2 (1-astro; 2-V)"

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          Posted: October 28, 2010, 6:22 pm - IP Logged

          Gillen Direct:

          "I had a request from Sheryl today, to give the results from Wednesday.
          Today's Pick-6 was an easy hit, with all the atros winning. Like many of
          you, we picked up our winning ticket; with the numbers 9-9-1-3-6-9.
          Yesterday, we had five of six. As requested, I will update Wednesday's
          play and give you Friday's and Saturday's, as we did with Wednesday's.
          The astro won every race, except for the first. The astro horse was #7
          at 61 : 1, and came in third. The astro number, 5, came in second."

          Congrats to WINNERS!!!

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            Posted: October 29, 2010, 5:36 pm - IP Logged

            Gillen for 10/29


            "This is what your worksheet should look like for Keeneland, October 29, 2010

            >>>>>>>Mercury - Non-Mercury - Astro - V

            • 01: 11-4-3 -6
            • 02:   6-5-4-2/7
            • 03:   2-4-8-0
            • 04:   2-4-7-9
            • 05:   2-5-9-7/8
            • 06:   1/10-7-8/9-0
            • 07:   3-4-8-6
            • 08:   1/10-5-3-0
            • 09:   3-5-2-9/11
            • 10:   1/10-5-6-0

            I am aware that number 5 in the fifth race, Wednesday was one of the three V horses. I will tell you what happened when I give you the update."

             



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              Final Day At Keeneland from Gillen:

              Notice the dominance of the 1-10. We only throw in the astro to show the lottery in connection with the astro horses. Where you have one day where the astro horses can win almost every race, then you have days when the numbers take over. Most days you have a mixture. After you add the astro horse, you have to make sure he is a moon runner to the current degree. Example, number 1 and 7 are both Astros in race 4. Number 7 is also a non-astro number; but he's a Capricorn runner. If you look at his last four wins this year, on March 10, April 7, May 30, and July 24, the moon was in Capricorn in each one of those races, whereas number 1 won with the moon in Aquarius on June 2 which is in opposition to Leo. Making #1 the astro horse. There's only a $4,000.00 carryover, so we can make an astro number Pick-6 ticket which consists of four combinations, or bring in the astro horses, which brings it up to 44 combinations.

              The following are the Mercury, non-Mercury, Astro, and V hroses. I will also give you the lotto with the 1-10

              ·        Race -- Mercury  -  Non-Mercury  -  Astro  -  V Horse·        01: 6-9-2-0·        02: 6-8-7-0·        03: 2-5-9-3/6/11·        04: 6-7-1-1/6·        05: 1/10-4-2-8·        06: 2-9-2-5/7/8·        07: 2-7-8-0·        08: 1-4-3/11-0·        09: 3-9-8-0·        10: 3-5-1/2-8/9/11The Pick-5 LotteryTurn to page 112 for the Pick-5 Lottery, using 1/10. In each of the slots below, enter these numbers…·        2=29·        3=21·        4=13·        5=14·        6=24·        7=16·        8=35·        9=36·        11=2·        12=3·        13=22·        14=32·        15=33·        16=34·        17=26·        18=27

              *Also note the reappaerence of the special numbers for October that I previously listed.

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                Posted: November 11, 2010, 3:03 pm - IP Logged

                hi Edde

                I have been reading your post from Jack Gillen, just wanted to know if you have his handicapping program and did you attend the keeneland seminar, also do you understand how he comes up with his selections

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                  Greetings Steve,

                  Appreciate your response & sincere interest

                  I am an old time aficiando of Jack Gillen dating back to his accurate on radio  greyhound & throughbred racing predictions and have many of his publications.

                  Although I am not part of the Gillen (Jack or Tom enterprises, I have come to see through published publuic reports of his uncanny success & know it's beyond coincidence. As conventional systems cannot overcome  the negative expectation I have come to recommend investigarion of his astro/numerical methodologies to serious students of out of box solutions. I sell nothing and share information, to thise inclined on a pro bono publiko basis.

                  As you seem initiated, would you kindly tell me about yourself, goals and your interest in the Gillens, you can reply PM as I am not on the boards everyday.

                  In short Steve et al, I believe Jack is the REALTHING !!!

                  Thanks in advance-

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