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STRAIGHT System for Pick 3

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The Reference Box is a tool you can use to get STRAIGHT hits in Pick 3.

It also works quite well with Pick 4.

The Reference Box is made up of the digits that are hitting the most in the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd positions.

Here is a recent example of a Reference Box (RB) for New York done on February 14:

4

1

2

2

4

1

0

3

9

3

5

4

 

This means that the hottest digits in the 1st position are 4, 2, 0, and 3.

The hottest digits in the 2nd position are 1, 4, 3, and 5.

The hottest digits in the 3rd position are 2, 1, 9, and 4.

Not ALL the hits from the RB are straight of course; many times the hits come in box form. And not all RBs generate a straight hit - but many do.

The RB can also be seen as a convenient way to VISUALLY organize information about Pick 3 and even Pick 4. It is an easy to use tool that you can REFER to at any time when deciding what numbers to play; that is why it is called a REFERENCE box. It will always tell you what digits are hitting the most in the 1st, 2nd and 3rd positions at any point in time.

By doing a new RB on a regular ongoing basis you will be able to SEE how the digits are moving “inside” the game. For example, you may notice that on Monday the digit 2 was very strong in the 1st position but the RB you do on Friday can reveal to you that now the digit 2 is more dominant in the 3rd position. That is very useful information that will give you an incredible edge when you play Pick 3.

The RB works in ALL states. It works in all Pick 3 and Pick 4 games.

I will now give you a few examples.  

 

Here is the RB for FLORIDA done on Feb 15 after the midday drawing.

905 hit straight the SAME day in the evening drawing!

0

2

5

9

8

8

6

0

7

7

1

3

 

Here is the RB for ILLINOIS done on Feb 14.   

960 and 027 hit straight the very NEXT day on Feb 15!

5

2

7

0

6

0

6

9

2

9

0

3

 

Here is the RB for NEW YORK done on Feb 13. 

011 hit straight the next day on Feb 14.

0

4

2

2

5

1

4

1

6

6

3

9

 

 

Here is the RB for GEORGIA done on Feb 12. 

358 hit straight the next day on Feb 13.

0

3

8

3

4

9

8

5

0

8

5

0

 

Here is the RB for FLORIDA done on Feb 11.   

735 hit straight two days later on Feb 14.

6

3

5

0

2

1

3

0

7

7

1

8

 

Here is the RB for NEW YORK done on Feb 11. 

332 hit straight the next day on Feb 12.

0

4

2

2

5

6

4

1

1

3

3

9

 

I can give you MANY more examples - but I think you get the point.

This is a very powerful system and it can make you a winner in Pick 3 if you master it.

I will now explain how to create a Reference Box so you too can start getting straight hits in your state as well. 

 

Anthony

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      How to Create a Reference Box 

      Step by Step Instructions

       

      I will now explain in detail how to create a Reference Box or RB for short. 

      First you need the last 20 results of your state…..BOTH midday and evening COMBINED.

      We do NOT separate midday and evening drawings in my system; we use them together.

      We will use the last 20 results from New York as an example.

      1

       02/14/2011 Evening

      4

      0

      5

      2

       02/14/2011 Mid-day

      0

      1

      1

      3

       02/13/2011 Evening

      5

      5

      4

      4

       02/13/2011 Mid-day

      9

      0

      5

      5

       02/12/2011 Evening

      6

      4

      7

      6

       02/12/2011 Mid-day

      3

      3

      2

      7

       02/11/2011 Evening

      4

      3

      1

      8

       02/11/2011 Mid-day

      1

      5

      6

      9

       02/10/2011 Evening

      2

      7

      2

      10

       02/10/2011 Mid-day

      3

      1

      6

      11

       02/09/2011 Evening

      0

      8

      9

      12

       02/09/2011 Mid-day

      6

      4

      9

      13

       02/08/2011 Evening

      7

      4

      3

      14

       02/08/2011 Mid-day

      9

      4

      8

      15

       02/07/2011 Evening

      2

      1

      0

      16

       02/07/2011 Mid-day

      8

      3

      4

      17

       02/06/2011 Evening

      4

      1

      2

      18

       02/06/2011 Mid-day

      2

      2

      2

      19

       02/05/2011 Evening

      5

      5

      9

      20

       02/05/2011 Mid-day

      4

      1

      1

       

      The 1st Position

      Now we will find the top 4 digits in each position. First we will work on the 1st position. When we organize the digits from the most frequent to the least frequent in the 1st position, we get this:

      4

      2

      0

      3

      5

      6

      9

      1

      7

      8

      4

      2

      0

      3

      5

      6

      9

      4

      2

       

      4

       

       

      (You can use a software program to do this, sort it in Excel, or count each digit individually with pen and paper. This can be a pen and paper system, all you need is the ability to COUNT digits to use it.)

      As you can see, the digit 4 hit the most times in the 1st position; four times. The second most frequent digit in the 1st position is 2. It hit three times.

      Now you will notice that 0, 3, 5, 6, and 9 all hit twice. What we do in a situation like this is to pick the LOWEST digit, which in this case is 0.

      So the top four digits in the 1st position are 4, 2, 0, and 3.

      We line them up like this:

      4

      2

      0

      3

      The 2nd Position

      Now we will find the top 4 digits in the 2nd position. When we line up the digits, they look like this:

      1

      4

      3

      5

      0

      2

      8

      7

      1

      4

      3

      5

      0

      1

      4

      3

      5

      1

      4

      1

       

      So 1 obviously hit the most times (five times). That is followed by 4 (four times). Then 3 and 5, both of which hit three times.

      We line them up like this:

      1

      4

      3

      5

       

      The 3rd Position

      We will do the same with the 3rd position.

      2

      1

      9

      4

      5

      6

      0

      3

      7

      8

      2

      1

      9

      4

      5

      6

      2

      1

      9

      2

       

      The digit 2 hit the most (4 times), followed by 1 and 9 (both 3 times), then with 4 (twice). And as I mentioned before, we use the digit 4 here (even though 5 and 6 also hit twice) because it is the lowest of the three.

      We line them up like this:

      2

      1

      9

      4

      When we put the three lines of digits together we have completed the Reference Box.

      Always LABEL the RB with the DATE.

      Since we started counting back from February 14, the date for this RB is February 14.

      This is the Reference Box for Feb 14 for New York:

      4

      1

      2

      2

      4

      1

      0

      3

      9

      3

      5

      4

       

       


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        The 12 Locations of the Reference Box

        A

        E

        J

        B

        F

        K

        C

        G

        L

        D

        H

        M

         

        I have given a letter to every location in the Reference Box.

        The letters are in the box above.

        As you can see, I skipped over the letter I. I did that because the letter I looks too much like the number 1 and this can create confusion. So in the box above we go from H, which is the bottom of the 2nd position to location J, which is the top of the 3rd position.


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          The 12 Locations of the Reference Box

          A

          E

          J

          B

          F

          K

          C

          G

          L

          D

          H

          M

           

          I have given a letter to every location in the Reference Box.

          The letters are in the box above.

          As you can see, I skipped over the letter I. I did that because the letter I looks too much like the number 1 and this can create confusion. So in the box above we go from H, which is the bottom of the 2nd position to location J, which is the top of the 3rd position.

          The 9 Locations of the Small Box

           

          AEJ
          BFK
          CHM

           

          Above are the 9 locations of the smaller version of the RB which I will explain in future posts. 

          We have A, B, and C in the 1st position going down.

          E is always the top of the 2nd position in both boxes. 

          J is the top right hand corner of box boxes.

          M is the lower right hand corner of both boxes.

          H is the botton of the 2nd position of both boxes.

          F is the center of the small box.

          K is the middle of the 3rd position between J and M in the small box.


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            **Pick 4 Update**

            Lets Research on 20 Drawings for Pick 4.

            I have said before that you need 60 drawings for Pick 4 to work but dealing with all those drawings (an entire months worth of Pick 4 results) is just too cumbersome.

            I want to make the Pick 4 version of this system work with just 20 or (maybe) 40 drawings.

            Using just 20 drawings for Pick 4 would further standardize the process of getting hits; we would just need the last 20 results to get a hit in both Pick 3 and Pick 4. That would be perfect.

            I will be doing some back testing and seeing what works best and keep you posted on what I find.

            But I would be happy if any of you would post here any interesting discoveries you make if you backest using 20 drawings for Pick 4.

            Suggestion: TEST two types of boxes with Pick 4 using only 20 drawings:

            (A) Finding the top digit in each positon like we are doing now for Pick 3.

            (B) Only using each digit one time in positions 1, 2, and 3. Here you would eliminate each digit after its assigned to a positon. So if 1, 4, and 5 hit the most in the first position, you would not use them again in the 2nd and 3rd positions......but you will have to when you get to the 4th position since 9 of the 10 digits will be used by the time you are done with the 3rd position.

            So creating BOTH types of boxes and seeing which one gets the most hits is a good way to find the best strategy to use with Pick 4 when using 20 drawings like we do with Pick 3. 

            I will look further into this but please do post if you find anything interesting regarding this.

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              6

              2

              0

              2

              4

              7

              5

              9

              2

              0

              5

              6

               

               

               

               

               

               

               

               2 hits for IL yesterday mid and eve!!!.  096 box/690 box mid.  027 straight for eve.  What more could you ask for.  Nice job aany Banana

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                Wow, took a few months off to come back and find this. Looks like a GREAT tool for hits. Now, if I've done everything correctly, this should be the RB for Oklahoma tonight:

                7 4 7

                4 7 0

                5 3 1

                1 8 2


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                  hey there,i was wondering like u put 420 where did the 3 come from i need an example for michigan.thank you

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                    How to Create a Reference Box 

                    Step by Step Instructions

                     

                    I will now explain in detail how to create a Reference Box or RB for short. 

                    First you need the last 20 results of your state…..BOTH midday and evening COMBINED.

                    We do NOT separate midday and evening drawings in my system; we use them together.

                    We will use the last 20 results from New York as an example.

                    1

                     02/14/2011 Evening

                    4

                    0

                    5

                    2

                     02/14/2011 Mid-day

                    0

                    1

                    1

                    3

                     02/13/2011 Evening

                    5

                    5

                    4

                    4

                     02/13/2011 Mid-day

                    9

                    0

                    5

                    5

                     02/12/2011 Evening

                    6

                    4

                    7

                    6

                     02/12/2011 Mid-day

                    3

                    3

                    2

                    7

                     02/11/2011 Evening

                    4

                    3

                    1

                    8

                     02/11/2011 Mid-day

                    1

                    5

                    6

                    9

                     02/10/2011 Evening

                    2

                    7

                    2

                    10

                     02/10/2011 Mid-day

                    3

                    1

                    6

                    11

                     02/09/2011 Evening

                    0

                    8

                    9

                    12

                     02/09/2011 Mid-day

                    6

                    4

                    9

                    13

                     02/08/2011 Evening

                    7

                    4

                    3

                    14

                     02/08/2011 Mid-day

                    9

                    4

                    8

                    15

                     02/07/2011 Evening

                    2

                    1

                    0

                    16

                     02/07/2011 Mid-day

                    8

                    3

                    4

                    17

                     02/06/2011 Evening

                    4

                    1

                    2

                    18

                     02/06/2011 Mid-day

                    2

                    2

                    2

                    19

                     02/05/2011 Evening

                    5

                    5

                    9

                    20

                     02/05/2011 Mid-day

                    4

                    1

                    1

                     

                    The 1st Position

                    Now we will find the top 4 digits in each position. First we will work on the 1st position. When we organize the digits from the most frequent to the least frequent in the 1st position, we get this:

                    4

                    2

                    0

                    3

                    5

                    6

                    9

                    1

                    7

                    8

                    4

                    2

                    0

                    3

                    5

                    6

                    9

                    4

                    2

                     

                    4

                     

                     

                    (You can use a software program to do this, sort it in Excel, or count each digit individually with pen and paper. This can be a pen and paper system, all you need is the ability to COUNT digits to use it.)

                    As you can see, the digit 4 hit the most times in the 1st position; four times. The second most frequent digit in the 1st position is 2. It hit three times.

                    Now you will notice that 0, 3, 5, 6, and 9 all hit twice. What we do in a situation like this is to pick the LOWEST digit, which in this case is 0.

                    So the top four digits in the 1st position are 4, 2, 0, and 3.

                    We line them up like this:

                    4

                    2

                    0

                    3

                    The 2nd Position

                    Now we will find the top 4 digits in the 2nd position. When we line up the digits, they look like this:

                    1

                    4

                    3

                    5

                    0

                    2

                    8

                    7

                    1

                    4

                    3

                    5

                    0

                    1

                    4

                    3

                    5

                    1

                    4

                    1

                     

                    So 1 obviously hit the most times (five times). That is followed by 4 (four times). Then 3 and 5, both of which hit three times.

                    We line them up like this:

                    1

                    4

                    3

                    5

                     

                    The 3rd Position

                    We will do the same with the 3rd position.

                    2

                    1

                    9

                    4

                    5

                    6

                    0

                    3

                    7

                    8

                    2

                    1

                    9

                    4

                    5

                    6

                    2

                    1

                    9

                    2

                     

                    The digit 2 hit the most (4 times), followed by 1 and 9 (both 3 times), then with 4 (twice). And as I mentioned before, we use the digit 4 here (even though 5 and 6 also hit twice) because it is the lowest of the three.

                    We line them up like this:

                    2

                    1

                    9

                    4

                    When we put the three lines of digits together we have completed the Reference Box.

                    Always LABEL the RB with the DATE.

                    Since we started counting back from February 14, the date for this RB is February 14.

                    This is the Reference Box for Feb 14 for New York:

                    4

                    1

                    2

                    2

                    4

                    1

                    0

                    3

                    9

                    3

                    5

                    4

                     

                     

                    im going to try and learn this system for va...................the old brain is just not what it use to be so if you could give an example from va i would appreciate it although it may mean more work for you thks in advance one way or the other ..............

                    when you do it do it right the first time...........

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                      FLORIDA RB BOX FOR FEBRUARY 16TH 2011

                      9 2 5

                      0 8 7

                      6 0 8

                      7 1 3

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                        Guess I'm the first student to check in, aanewyork! Wink

                        YES you are Havest Moon!

                        I notice that you were the FIRST student on my last thread too!

                        Sorry I did not get back to you last night.....I was busy setting up this new thread.

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                          North Carolina RB Box for Feb 16th 2011

                           

                          7 5 7

                          0 3 5

                          5 4 2

                          1 6 3

                           

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                              aany, have you already given the instructions for the summary reference box??  If so, I missed it.


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                              A Reference Box is actually good for 30 days.

                              There can be an initial wave of hits (both box and straight) right after it was created.

                              Then it goes cold.

                              Then there may be a hit 15 to 18 days after it was created OR 20 to 29 days after it was created. Sometimes both. For example, there can be a hit on the 15th day and then another one on the 25th day after it was created. 

                              So if a RB was done on January 31, there may be an immediate straight or box hit on February 1 or 2 or 3.

                              Then it will go cold.

                              Then there can be another hit around February 15.

                              And then a final hit around February 24 or 25. 

                                 
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