Dallas, TX United States Member #60284 April 12, 2008 3856 Posts Offline

Posted: July 4, 2011, 9:13 am - IP Logged

Hey guys, DiamondPalace here with another system! This one is for Pick 3. I call it "2 Steps Back!". We are going to try and get a straight hit using this system. No excel this time. Once you learn this method you can eye ball it, not much effort.

When the desired combinations showed up, we have 1 in 200 to hit a straight, or 1 in 160. Here's how.

In this excercise I'm using Texas Pick 3 evening results. The latest all the way back to early June. Remember to backttest this method in your state to see how effective it is before live bets.

Here we go!

Lets pretent today is 7/2.

To have 1 in 200 chance for a straight hit. Take the two previous draw:

07/01/2011 8 6 9 <--- look at this in hundreds. So we have 800-899 range 06/30/2011 5 8 0 <--- look at this in hundreds. So we have 500-599 range

Make your picks from these two hundreds 800-899 and 500-599. Play it Straight! That gives you 1 in 200 chance from 1 in 1,000!!!

Now, to reduce it further for 1 in 160 chance:

07/01/2011 8 6 9 <--- look at the tens place. So we have 60-69 range. Eliminate these. 06/30/2011 5 8 0 <--- ook at the tens place. So we have 80-89 range. Eliminate these.

Then, we have 60-69 (that's 10), and 80-89 (another 10), 20 total combination to eliminate from per hundreds. Now, take out the 60-69 & 80-89 (tens place) in 800-899 will leave you with 80 total combination to play from. Then do the same for 500-599. This will reduced your odds of getting a straight hit from 1 in 1,000 to 1 in 160!!! This method only works if the 2 Steps Back has your hundreds. Other wise it will not work.

I backtested to see how often we get 1 in 200 and 1 in 160 from 6/1 - 7/2.

New Mexico United States Member #86099 January 29, 2010 11115 Posts Offline

Posted: July 4, 2011, 10:30 am - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by diamondpalace on July 4, 2011

Hey guys, DiamondPalace here with another system! This one is for Pick 3. I call it "2 Steps Back!". We are going to try and get a straight hit using this system. No excel this time. Once you learn this method you can eye ball it, not much effort.

When the desired combinations showed up, we have 1 in 200 to hit a straight, or 1 in 160. Here's how.

In this excercise I'm using Texas Pick 3 evening results. The latest all the way back to early June. Remember to backttest this method in your state to see how effective it is before live bets.

Here we go!

Lets pretent today is 7/2.

To have 1 in 200 chance for a straight hit. Take the two previous draw:

07/01/2011 8 6 9 <--- look at this in hundreds. So we have 800-899 range 06/30/2011 5 8 0 <--- look at this in hundreds. So we have 500-599 range

Make your picks from these two hundreds 800-899 and 500-599. Play it Straight! That gives you 1 in 200 chance from 1 in 1,000!!!

Now, to reduce it further for 1 in 160 chance:

07/01/2011 8 6 9 <--- look at the tens place. So we have 60-69 range. Eliminate these. 06/30/2011 5 8 0 <--- ook at the tens place. So we have 80-89 range. Eliminate these.

Then, we have 60-69 (that's 10), and 80-89 (another 10), 20 total combination to eliminate from per hundreds. Now, take out the 60-69 & 80-89 (tens place) in 800-899 will leave you with 80 total combination to play from. Then do the same for 500-599. This will reduced your odds of getting a straight hit from 1 in 1,000 to 1 in 160!!! This method only works if the 2 Steps Back has your hundreds. Other wise it will not work.

I backtested to see how often we get 1 in 200 and 1 in 160 from 6/1 - 7/2.

Within 30 days I had 7 chance at 1 in 200 or 6 chance at 1 in 160 for Straight hit!

Interesting . Can you put this in excel? It would be easier to keep track of everything. Have a column for 10 100's etc with different colors that would indicate a trend of where the hits would be using this particular system. Then a person could tell at a glance over say the last 50 what to play and what is due.

United States Member #112551 June 21, 2011 19 Posts Offline

Posted: July 5, 2011, 5:17 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by lakerben on July 4, 2011

Interesting . Can you put this in excel? It would be easier to keep track of everything. Have a column for 10 100's etc with different colors that would indicate a trend of where the hits would be using this particular system. Then a person could tell at a glance over say the last 50 what to play and what is due.

United States Member #112061 June 9, 2011 8776 Posts Offline

Posted: July 5, 2011, 8:16 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by diamondpalace on July 5, 2011

Does anyone get what it is explained?

the way i'm understanding your system is that you do not to use excel ,cause you are working working with the last two draws and looking at the first postion only which is hundreds you are taking the number 869 and finding the numbers that range from 800 and no higher than 899 to get your first set

and the same with the second number580 staying between 500 -599

and in the tens you are looking at the second poistion which is tens

869 -- -60 thru 69

580---80 thru 89

so you do not did to put in excel you are only working with the last two draws in your game

Dallas, TX United States Member #60284 April 12, 2008 3856 Posts Offline

Posted: July 5, 2011, 8:32 pm - IP Logged

mrcoco5 - You understand it correctly. Thanks for sums it up nicely. No excel needed because the mind can process it fast after understanding the steps.

joker17 - I think people expects excel from me since 99% of my previous releases are in excel. This is the 1% that does not require one. 10 seconds? You're faster than me, it took a few mins for me!

Dallas, TX United States Member #60284 April 12, 2008 3856 Posts Offline

Posted: July 5, 2011, 8:37 pm - IP Logged

gunjack - Just came up with this so haven't really live test it, yet. From the back testing there isn't a lot of hits for Texas, but since it's a straight hit having 1 in 160 chance to hit it (instead of 1 in 1000), I see this could work for those who bet more than $1 per play. Yes, getting the first digit correct 1 in 10 will put you in 1 in 160 shot! Let's go gunjack, load up your ammunition.

United States Member #75358 June 1, 2009 5345 Posts Offline

Posted: July 5, 2011, 8:47 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by diamondpalace on July 5, 2011

mrcoco5 - You understand it correctly. Thanks for sums it up nicely. No excel needed because the mind can process it fast after understanding the steps.

joker17 - I think people expects excel from me since 99% of my previous releases are in excel. This is the 1% that does not require one. 10 seconds? You're faster than me, it took a few mins for me!

Yeah, it takes me 10 seconds...lol who am I fooling?...lol...I wrote that in haste...hee hee....more like ten minutes....

I've had simmilar thoughts about centuries and decades for a while now. Thanx for sharing.

United States Member #75358 June 1, 2009 5345 Posts Offline

Posted: July 5, 2011, 8:54 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by joker17 on July 5, 2011

Yeah, it takes me 10 seconds...lol who am I fooling?...lol...I wrote that in haste...hee hee....more like ten minutes....

I've had simmilar thoughts about centuries and decades for a while now. Thanx for sharing.

Ok, it worked in Florida for tonight based on Florida's midday results which was 198. Actually, did you ever consider only using the last winning number instead of the last TWO winning numbers?

You can cut the odds even further. 1 in a 100....

Florida,

July 5 mid- 198..................Eve-140

Minus the 98 at the end and cut it down to 1 in 81....(9X9=81)...back pair...

Then apply more resonable filters to narrow down from 1 in 81 to 1 in 50 or so...

Dallas, TX United States Member #60284 April 12, 2008 3856 Posts Offline

Posted: July 5, 2011, 11:04 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by pisces35 on July 5, 2011

diamondpalace, could you explain it a bit more I still don't understand where you

eliminate total of 20 from the hundres. maybe I am not smart with numbers. I am a

visual person. Thanks for sharing.

pisces

Hey pisces35. Take the last two draws, say 1-2-3, and 8-9-0. Then look at the tens place in each of the combination, you get 23 for the first, and 90 for the second. Take the 23 it belongs in 20's group (20-29, which makes up 10), and at 90 which belongs in the 90's (90-99). So I would only pick my straight from 100-199 elinimating 120-129 (ten combination eliminated), so is 190-199. Do the same for 800-899, eliminate 820-829 and 890-899. Leaving you with 160 combination to pick your straight from. This method works if the first digit shows up again from the previous two draws, if not you have no chance, and if it does you have the best odds there is to start with. From there you can also reduce it further with sum, odds/even, etc...

Dallas, TX United States Member #60284 April 12, 2008 3856 Posts Offline

Posted: July 5, 2011, 11:07 pm - IP Logged

joker17 - Yes, you can only take the last draw instead of using two previous draws. When I backtested using the two previous draws offer more hits, of course the odds goes up. If it still hit straight with a few lesser than using two previous draws, then go for it, reduced odds is better always.

New Mexico United States Member #86099 January 29, 2010 11115 Posts Offline

Posted: July 5, 2011, 11:45 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by diamondpalace on July 5, 2011

Hey pisces35. Take the last two draws, say 1-2-3, and 8-9-0. Then look at the tens place in each of the combination, you get 23 for the first, and 90 for the second. Take the 23 it belongs in 20's group (20-29, which makes up 10), and at 90 which belongs in the 90's (90-99). So I would only pick my straight from 100-199 elinimating 120-129 (ten combination eliminated), so is 190-199. Do the same for 800-899, eliminate 820-829 and 890-899. Leaving you with 160 combination to pick your straight from. This method works if the first digit shows up again from the previous two draws, if not you have no chance, and if it does you have the best odds there is to start with. From there you can also reduce it further with sum, odds/even, etc...

All the more reason to put it in excel to keep the errors on what group to use and to keep a running log of what groups(s) hit. Make a column of all the groups running along side the list of draws and show what hits and then over say 15 draws then you probably could pick a group to use in 10 seconds lol. Either that or a keep a paper log of what hits over 15 to 20 draws, Great idea that would be excellent but may take some record keeping. It just my opinion and let the jesters run rabid.