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# Pick-4 for Dummies /Quick Nickels Monday 11/8/2010

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 Posted: November 8, 2010, 9:34 am - IP Logged

0384, 1534, 1607, 2051, 3479, 4915, 5863, 7229, 7662, 8908

Quick Nickels

1,4,5,9

0,3,8.4

3,5,6,8

1,3,4,5

All state strategy using the Quick Nickels, do your own work-outs to determine the best pick-4 sequence number to play. What we try and do is pick the first position digit, to get a 6-way pick-4 number to play.

As an example, let's say you like the 1,4,5,9 pick-4 number, if your work-out put the digit (1) in the first position then the 6-way pick-4 numbers to play would be: 1459-1495-1549-1594-1945-1954. If you are able to play ON-LINE then you can put twenty-five cents straight on all of these combinations. The cost to play this series would be \$1.50 for each state that you play the number(s) in. If you play 25 states then the total cost would be \$37.50. It is also suggested that you place a twenty-five cents BOX bet on 1,4,5,9 this insurance bet we help in case the digit (1) DOES NOT fall in the first position, so at the very least you still walk away with a box win of \$93.75.

You can use the "Default" series work-out that we did with our PRE-TEST numbers shown above the Quick Nickels. For those in my Player's Club, we can do the work-out for your state, contact me for more information on that by PM{Private Message} here at the Lottery Post.

Congratulations to the Players in the state of Michigan, who hit our Quick Nickel Pick-4 on Sunday, November 7th of 6-7-4-5 (Str8). The best of luck to everyone today.

>Michael

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 Posted: November 8, 2010, 10:01 am - IP Logged

0384, 1534, 1607, 2051, 3479, 4915, 5863, 7229, 7662, 8908

Quick Nickels

1,4,5,9

0,3,8.4

3,5,6,8

1,3,4,5

All state strategy using the Quick Nickels, do your own work-outs to determine the best pick-4 sequence number to play. What we try and do is pick the first position digit, to get a 6-way pick-4 number to play.

As an example, let's say you like the 1,4,5,9 pick-4 number, if your work-out put the digit (1) in the first position then the 6-way pick-4 numbers to play would be: 1459-1495-1549-1594-1945-1954. If you are able to play ON-LINE then you can put twenty-five cents straight on all of these combinations. The cost to play this series would be \$1.50 for each state that you play the number(s) in. If you play 25 states then the total cost would be \$37.50. It is also suggested that you place a twenty-five cents BOX bet on 1,4,5,9 this insurance bet we help in case the digit (1) DOES NOT fall in the first position, so at the very least you still walk away with a box win of \$93.75.

You can use the "Default" series work-out that we did with our PRE-TEST numbers shown above the Quick Nickels. For those in my Player's Club, we can do the work-out for your state, contact me for more information on that by PM{Private Message} here at the Lottery Post.

Congratulations to the Players in the state of Michigan, who hit our Quick Nickel Pick-4 on Sunday, November 7th of 6-7-4-5 (Str8). The best of luck to everyone today.

>Michael

 mjwinsmith Michigan Daily 4 Evening 24-Way Box 5-4-6-7 6-7-4-5 \$100 mjwinsmith Michigan Daily 4 Evening 24-Way Box 7-6-4-5 6-7-4-5 \$100 mjwinsmith Michigan Daily 4 Evening 24-Way Box 6-7-5-4 6-7-4-5 \$100 mjwinsmith Michigan Daily 4 Evening 24-Way Box 5-6-7-4 6-7-4-5 \$100

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 Posted: November 8, 2010, 10:03 am - IP Logged
 mjwinsmith Michigan Daily 4 Evening 24-Way Box 5-4-6-7 6-7-4-5 \$100 mjwinsmith Michigan Daily 4 Evening 24-Way Box 7-6-4-5 6-7-4-5 \$100 mjwinsmith Michigan Daily 4 Evening 24-Way Box 6-7-5-4 6-7-4-5 \$100 mjwinsmith Michigan Daily 4 Evening 24-Way Box 5-6-7-4 6-7-4-5 \$100
 Day / Date Amount Won Cost Profit Withdrawal Sunday 11/7/2010 E \$9,468.75 \$247.50 \$9,221.25 \$6,900.00

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