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How do I create the Index

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Cross Raods Texas
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Posted: February 26, 2011, 8:11 pm - IP Logged

OK so I have my Pick 3 RB for Texas.

548
952
373
214

Can someone give the the short list instructions on how to create the Index.

I have seen references to the Index on how to reduce the 64 combos but nothing clear cut.

And yes Anthony aka aanewyork you have something here I can definitely see it, just trying to learn it!

Thanks,

Kurt

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    Posted: February 26, 2011, 10:26 pm - IP Logged

    Well I got a different reference box for Texas than you did but I created it starting at end of last night 02/25/2011.

    878
    178
    562
    985
    342
    969
    139
    930
    519
    606
    372
    035
    558
    284
    753
    714
    018
    468
    557
    909

    0123456789
    ----------------
    2212141214
    2303133320
    1031221154

    So I got reference box

    518
    939
    052
    164

    I got game index of

    058
    139

    I like digits 3,5,8,9 from Game Index so I would use those digits with RB to make combos.  The 4 boxed combos would be 358, 359, 389, 589.

    I especially like 939 for a number of reasons as a straight combo to play for the next few draws.

    Anyway thats my take on Texas using 2 of aanewyork's systems, if I did them right.  If I did not do them right then I apologize in advance for the confusion that I may cause.

    Jimmy

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      Posted: February 27, 2011, 10:48 am - IP Logged

      Hello Jim,

      Can you break down the steps you used to get the Index?

      Thanks for your reply!

       

      Kurt

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        Posted: February 27, 2011, 1:15 pm - IP Logged

        0123456789   <-- digits 0 thru 9
        ----------------
        2212141214   <-- count of digits from 1st position 
        2303133320   <-- count of digits from 2nd position
        1031221154   <-- count of digits from 3rd position

        For the game index as I read his instructions you take the 2 topmost totals from digits 0 thru 2, 3 thru 6, and 7 thru 9 from all 3 positions.

        So taking reference box from above I get the following totals

        0123456789
        ----------------
        2212141214
        2303133320
        1031221154
        ----------------
        5546495688

        So digit 0 had 5 total hits, digit 1 had 5 total hits, digit 2 had 4 total hits, ... etc

        So the two topmost digits from 0 thru 2 would be 0,1, the two topmost digits from 3 thru 6 would be 5,3 and two topmost digits from 7 thru 9 would be 8,9 so I got the following game index:

        058
        139

        Anyways that is my understanding of how to do it.  If I'm doing it wrong I apologize.

        Jimmy

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          Posted: February 27, 2011, 6:09 pm - IP Logged

          0123456789   <-- digits 0 thru 9
          ----------------
          2212141214   <-- count of digits from 1st position 
          2303133320   <-- count of digits from 2nd position
          1031221154   <-- count of digits from 3rd position

          For the game index as I read his instructions you take the 2 topmost totals from digits 0 thru 2, 3 thru 6, and 7 thru 9 from all 3 positions.

          So taking reference box from above I get the following totals

          0123456789
          ----------------
          2212141214
          2303133320
          1031221154
          ----------------
          5546495688

          So digit 0 had 5 total hits, digit 1 had 5 total hits, digit 2 had 4 total hits, ... etc

          So the two topmost digits from 0 thru 2 would be 0,1, the two topmost digits from 3 thru 6 would be 5,3 and two topmost digits from 7 thru 9 would be 8,9 so I got the following game index:

          058
          139

          Anyways that is my understanding of how to do it.  If I'm doing it wrong I apologize.

          Jimmy

          Kurt and Jim:

          Just a friendly reminder to post the link, when using another's materials. Yes Nod

          http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/227727/1962251

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            Posted: February 27, 2011, 6:12 pm - IP Logged

            Kurt and Jim:

            Just a friendly reminder to post the link, when using another's materials. Yes Nod

            http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/227727/1962251

            Whatever, I wasn't trying to take credit for aanewyork's work I was trying to help someone else who needed help.

            Jimmy

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              Posted: February 27, 2011, 6:20 pm - IP Logged

              Whatever, I wasn't trying to take credit for aanewyork's work I was trying to help someone else who needed help.

              Jimmy

              I know, Jim!  I wasn't attacking you!  I appreciate your willingness to help others. Yes Nod

              That is, also, exactly what I'm doing ... helping!  Peace and blessings!

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                Posted: February 27, 2011, 6:21 pm - IP Logged

                Kurt and Jim:

                Just a friendly reminder to post the link, when using another's materials. Yes Nod

                http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/227727/1962251

                HM,

                i sometimes want to post a link, how do you do it

                thanks

                Numbers.

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                  Posted: February 27, 2011, 6:32 pm - IP Logged

                  HM,

                  i sometimes want to post a link, how do you do it

                  thanks

                  Hi Best Picks!

                  This portion is copied from the "Rules" section

                  on the far left side column just under "Contact Us".

                  Hopefully, Todd won't mind.

                  Thanks for asking! Yes Nod

                   

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                    Posted: February 27, 2011, 8:50 pm - IP Logged

                    HM, thanks

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