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STRAIGHT System for Pick 3

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Posted: February 24, 2011, 6:24 pm - IP Logged

So now you have 3 of my systems; the RB, the Game Index, and the RUNDOWN.

They are meant to be used together.

The Ultimate System is the intelligent use of several systems. 

Thank you for sharing!

 

This is 26 pairs left starting with yesterday draws for Texas.

 00   11   22  33  44  56  67  77  88
 02  12   25  36  45  68  78  89
 04  16   26  38  46  79
 07  27  49

 

Today's mid draws was 985. Pair 89 is now crossed off the list.

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    Posted: February 24, 2011, 6:35 pm - IP Logged

    Hi Pick4lvr11,

     

    Care to share how to update the excel sheet on a daily basis.

     

    Thank You!

     

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      Posted: February 24, 2011, 7:29 pm - IP Logged

      Thank you for sharing!

       

      This is 26 pairs left starting with yesterday draws for Texas.

       00   11   22  33  44  56  67  77  88
       02  12   25  36  45  68  78  89
       04  16   26  38  46  79
       07  27  49

       

      Today's mid draws was 985. Pair 89 is now crossed off the list.

      Very nice Icboehm.

      Now what you do is compare those pairs with the numbers on both your RB and the Game Index and look for connections.

      All 3 systems are meant to support each other.

      By using all 3 systems you will be able to pin down exactly what digit or digits will hit next.

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        I have been back testing AA2NewYork's system in North & South Carolina, and I have discovered that using a COLD BOX 9, COLD REFERENCE BOX, and COLD GAME INDEX sometimes works better than using the HOT numbers for these charts. 

        Rather than using the numbers that hit most often [Hot] numbers to create the Box 9, RB, and Game Index, follow Anthony's instructions as indicated, but use the numbers that have hit least [Cold] insteadIn North & South Carolina, using the COLD numbers sometimes seems to produce better results. 

        Also, I backtested using the previous week's drawings to predict the current or test week's drawings, i.e. I used the most previous 14 drawings (or 13 drawings if your state only has 1 drawing on Sunday), rather than 20 drawings. 

        I used One Cold Box 9, One Cold Reference Box, and One Cold Game Index, to forcast for the next test week, rather than creating a new reference box every 2 days. In NC you can actually carry the Cold RB and Cold Game Index over for more than 1 week, if you want to, and still get hits.

        If you prefer to play by PAIRS [adding digits 1 - 9], in backtesting NC & SC, the pairs in the Cold Game Index were HOT for the next forcasted test week.

        Thus, sometimes it's necessary to modify a system to suit the trends in a particular state, once you figure out what those trends are, because every state is different.

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          Posted: February 24, 2011, 7:41 pm - IP Logged

          Thanks AA for sharing.  I will put these to the test.

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            Posted: February 24, 2011, 7:49 pm - IP Logged

              Question; when you get down to 10 pairs, if some of the last 10 pairs match up with whats in the R.B. and the game index, can you keep using the remaining pairs or should you always re-do it when you get to 10 pairs?


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              I have been back testing AA2NewYork's system in North & South Carolina, and I have discovered that using a COLD BOX 9, COLD REFERENCE BOX, and COLD GAME INDEX sometimes works better than using the HOT numbers for these charts. 

              Rather than using the numbers that hit most often [Hot] numbers to create the Box 9, RB, and Game Index, follow Anthony's instructions as indicated, but use the numbers that have hit least [Cold] insteadIn North & South Carolina, using the COLD numbers sometimes seems to produce better results. 

              Also, I backtested using the previous week's drawings to predict the current or test week's drawings, i.e. I used the most previous 14 drawings (or 13 drawings if your state only has 1 drawing on Sunday), rather than 20 drawings. 

              I used One Cold Box 9, One Cold Reference Box, and One Cold Game Index, to forcast for the next test week, rather than creating a new reference box every 2 days. In NC you can actually carry the Cold RB and Cold Game Index over for more than 1 week, if you want to, and still get hits.

              If you prefer to play by PAIRS [adding digits 1 - 9], in backtesting NC & SC, the pairs in the Cold Game Index were HOT for the next forcasted test week.

              Thus, sometimes it's necessary to modify a system to suit the trends in a particular state, once you figure out what those trends are, because every state is different.

              I like your approach.

              You are taking my basic ideas and playing around with them and seeing what works best in your own particular state. That is smart.

              Ultimately the BEST system is YOUR own system.....one that you have created yourself and that you feel comfortable with.

              Nice Job.


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                  Question; when you get down to 10 pairs, if some of the last 10 pairs match up with whats in the R.B. and the game index, can you keep using the remaining pairs or should you always re-do it when you get to 10 pairs?

                The last 10 pairs are "SUPER overdue"...so if you see them on the RB or index, that is another sign that they are about to hit.

                A good strategy is to write them down and keep them somewhere so you can look at them (just in case they show up on the RB or index within a day or two...or longer).

                If you dont do that, they will "get lost" in the new set of new 27 pairs when you repeat the process again.

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                  Posted: February 24, 2011, 8:34 pm - IP Logged

                  How to update the draws on excel:

                  Copy the cells that you want to move... like c2 to c9....that will be about 8 cells (Copy-click on right mouse)...delete the cells that you dont need.... make sure ya click (select) and Paste Special... the old info will be moved down and you type new draw on new cell instead of starting over...make sure its 8 cells to match when pasting... I hope I explain it clearly :)

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                    Posted: February 24, 2011, 9:57 pm - IP Logged

                    How to update the draws on excel:

                    Copy the cells that you want to move... like c2 to c9....that will be about 8 cells (Copy-click on right mouse)...delete the cells that you dont need.... make sure ya click (select) and Paste Special... the old info will be moved down and you type new draw on new cell instead of starting over...make sure its 8 cells to match when pasting... I hope I explain it clearly :)

                    i was hoping for a better explanation but so far this is what i have gotten. still don't understand. but now i have down loaded it and got my il. #s in but  the boxes don't auto matically  change like they should. still have to type in 3s. confused as h.

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                      Posted: February 24, 2011, 10:04 pm - IP Logged

                      Breaks

                      A Break is an interruption in the natural sequence of the numbers.

                      I just saw a great example of a Break in New York.

                      The two numbers that hit New York today represent a Break.

                      Here is the RB for Feb 23:

                      773
                      001
                      115
                      427

                       

                      However, the two numbers that hit NY today are 998 and 699; two numbers NOT represented in the RB. (However, the digit 9 is in the index for NY this week.)

                      Breaks are created by DUE digits or pairs.

                      This particular Break was caused by the due pair 99. Pair 99 came in strong today, hitting two times back to back. It was making up for not hitting in a while.

                      During a Break, the numbers that hit will NOT be the numbers that the RB tells you should be hitting.

                      After a Break the numbers go back to their “natural sequence.”

                      Remember that when you think that the RB “is not working”…..the numbers are just experiencing a temporary Break.

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                        Posted: February 24, 2011, 10:05 pm - IP Logged

                        after you make your rb how do you go about picking the numbers to playWhat?


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                          Posted: February 24, 2011, 10:08 pm - IP Logged

                          after you make your rb how do you go about picking the numbers to playWhat?

                          Cross reference the numbers in the RB with the index and the due pairs to narrow down your list.

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                            i was hoping for a better explanation but so far this is what i have gotten. still don't understand. but now i have down loaded it and got my il. #s in but  the boxes don't auto matically  change like they should. still have to type in 3s. confused as h.

                            rick

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                              Breaks

                              A Break is an interruption in the natural sequence of the numbers.

                              I just saw a great example of a Break in New York.

                              The two numbers that hit New York today represent a Break.

                              Here is the RB for Feb 23:

                              773
                              001
                              115
                              427

                               

                              However, the two numbers that hit NY today are 998 and 699; two numbers NOT represented in the RB. (However, the digit 9 is in the index for NY this week.)

                              Breaks are created by DUE digits or pairs.

                              This particular Break was caused by the due pair 99. Pair 99 came in strong today, hitting two times back to back. It was making up for not hitting in a while.

                              During a Break, the numbers that hit will NOT be the numbers that the RB tells you should be hitting.

                              After a Break the numbers go back to their “natural sequence.”

                              Remember that when you think that the RB “is not working”…..the numbers are just experiencing a temporary Break.

                              Breaks are what make playing Pick 3 and Pick 4 so frustrating.

                              You will tend to experience a Break in the sequence of numbers when you LEAST expect it.

                                 
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