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Budget Play: Reducing 10# to 6#'s W/ 97% Hit Ratio (Guaranteed)

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Posted: September 4, 2011, 9:05 pm - IP Logged

Thanks, Treese! Sun Smiley

"Budget Play" for pick-4 ... info. Click link.

http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/236199/2196084

Welcome Harvest moon !

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    Posted: September 4, 2011, 9:15 pm - IP Logged

    Hello Treese! Happy to see you're posting again,I am going to try your system.Hyper

    Thanks, deja vu! This should work well with your system.

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      To each and everyone who is interested in winning for less spending, I have a method I would like to share with you that  I've been using with repeated success. If you have a good pair system and you can identify the most likely pair to hit within three draws this will give you substantial benefits. This is design to save you money and have a 97% chance of hitting. The good part about  the system  is that you can wager a little morer on your favorite # for a bigger profit .  Take any pair  and use the smallest number and play three-up on the high side and three-down on the low side . You have to play all 6 #'s to get the full benefit of the system. You can backtest this with your state and  I think  you will see   how profitable this can be .

       Here's an ex: say your pair  is  08  you take the lowest # which is 0 and go three-up on the high side

      which will be 1-2-3 and you go three -down on the low side 9-8-7 . your #'s to play will be 108-208-308

      908-808-708. For Texas this works 97% of the time  and it will work for all others to . Another thing I've

      notice  that when it miss hitting in your slective # it will mirror the lowest #. For instance 08  the 0 may 

      mirror to a 5 which will  be 508 . If you're not good at picking pairs and you still want to be a part of the

      winners circle just use your last # drawn for the week ( saturday or sunday) and break them down into

      pairs they usually repeat 98% of the time.   Good Luck and prosperous days to come!

      Hello everyone , I forgot to mention about using this system with doubles. It's basically the same the only

      difference is you don't have a smaller # to choose from but go through the same concept as if it was a

      smaller # it still yield the same results. As far as positioning your chosen # they can be position any place

      you like. If you have a system that produce in straight order then use your chosen # in the position that

      allows you to hit straight.  (Reminder  single digits-- 0--4--7-- bring doubles and either a 3--4--6--8 follows

      every double 90% of the time). Good Luck!

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        Update:

        I used 147 (drawn on 08/03) for my pairs 14 - 17 - 47 with your system

        214 - 314 - 414 - 014 - 914 - 814

        217 - 317 - 417 - 017 - 914 - 814

        547 - 647 - 747 - 347 - 247 - 147

        NC Saturday Midday Winner~ 745/2884

        But no, I didn't play because I thought it was not a strong pair... Crazy ... will keep you posted...

        Thank you for sharing your system...

        214 - 314 - 414 - 014 - 914 - 814

        NC Sunday Midday Winner~ 194

        Crazy missed it again!!! didn't play...I'm going with pair 17 today...


        A question:

        After a number drawn, should I drop the pair or still play it just in case?

        NC Saturday Midday Winner~ 745/2884


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          Well, here's an update from California.

          45 545   645   745      345   245   145

          96= 096   196   296      896   796   696

          51= 651   751   851      451   351   251

          We've had a boxed hit with 512, and a close call with 996. So once the pair hits, whether I won or not, I drop it. But the 45 pair is still good for about 7 more days. Now I'm going to add new pairs that are due.

          00 is good for 8 more days......The 71 is good for the next 10 days...

          00=   002   003   004      009   008   007

          71=   871   971   071   671   571   471

          45=  545   645   745      345   245   145

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            Well, here's an update from California.

            45 545   645   745      345   245   145

            96= 096   196   296      896   796   696

            51= 651   751   851      451   351   251

            We've had a boxed hit with 512, and a close call with 996. So once the pair hits, whether I won or not, I drop it. But the 45 pair is still good for about 7 more days. Now I'm going to add new pairs that are due.

            00 is good for 8 more days......The 71 is good for the next 10 days...

            00=   002   003   004      009   008   007

            71=   871   971   071   671   571   471

            45=  545   645   745      345   245   145

            Joker, I notice you're using the left side only as your chosen # side. It's wherever your lower # is whether

            its the left or right side. I saw where you should have hit the double 996 and your upcoming #'s you've

            chosen are with the high # in some selection. Maybe  you're trying something new, but I didn't know so

            I was just bringing it to your attention.  (71)= 712--713--714--710--719--718  Good LUCK!

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              To each and everyone who is interested in winning for less spending, I have a method I would like to share with you that  I've been using with repeated success. If you have a good pair system and you can identify the most likely pair to hit within three draws this will give you substantial benefits. This is design to save you money and have a 97% chance of hitting. The good part about  the system  is that you can wager a little morer on your favorite # for a bigger profit .  Take any pair  and use the smallest number and play three-up on the high side and three-down on the low side . You have to play all 6 #'s to get the full benefit of the system. You can backtest this with your state and  I think  you will see   how profitable this can be .

               Here's an ex: say your pair  is  08  you take the lowest # which is 0 and go three-up on the high side

              which will be 1-2-3 and you go three -down on the low side 9-8-7 . your #'s to play will be 108-208-308

              908-808-708. For Texas this works 97% of the time  and it will work for all others to . Another thing I've

              notice  that when it miss hitting in your slective # it will mirror the lowest #. For instance 08  the 0 may 

              mirror to a 5 which will  be 508 . If you're not good at picking pairs and you still want to be a part of the

              winners circle just use your last # drawn for the week ( saturday or sunday) and break them down into

              pairs they usually repeat 98% of the time.   Good Luck and prosperous days to come!

              Thanks treese!  Good info!

              "Whatever the human mind can conceive and believe it can achieve."

              Napoleon Hill, Author of "Think & Grow Rich"

                                                                                                                                                     


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                Joker, I notice you're using the left side only as your chosen # side. It's wherever your lower # is whether

                its the left or right side. I saw where you should have hit the double 996 and your upcoming #'s you've

                chosen are with the high # in some selection. Maybe  you're trying something new, but I didn't know so

                I was just bringing it to your attention.  (71)= 712--713--714--710--719--718  Good LUCK!

                Oh, WOW...I din't read your instructions correctly below...lol

                Here's an ex: say your pair  is  08  you take the lowest # which is 0 and go three-up on the high side

                which will be 1-2-3 and you go three -down on the low side 9-8-7 . your #'s to play will be 108-208-308

                908-808-708. For Texas this works 97% of the time  and it will work for all others to

                Man, I could've hit on the 996?...Oh boy, I gotta pay closer attention..

                Thanx for the heads up.

                Now i have to reconfigure the numbers...

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                  Treese, I think I misunderstood, I thought we took whatever the first digit was and go up 3 or down three from it, for example..today the midday draw was 140, then 1+4=5, 1+0=1, and 4+0 =4, which gives 514, so I thought we went up 3 and 3 three from first digit (5), but in you explanation to Joker, we use lowest number, in this case lower number is (1) to give us with 51,10 and 14 pair, so that is

                  510,519,518, I also like a double for tonight so going to throw in 500, 511, and that leaves 512,513,514

                  The 10 gives 100,109,108 and 101,102,103

                  The 14 gives 140 (I might eliminate for tonight since that is a repeat)..(149,148,147,141,142,143)

                  514 numbers

                  510

                  519

                  518

                  500

                  511

                  512

                  513

                  514

                  100

                  109

                  108

                  101

                  102

                  103

                  149

                  148

                  147

                  141

                  142

                  143

                  073 from Sunday night is 0+7=7,0+3 is 3, and 7+3 is 0 so we have 730 which gives us 73, 30 and 70 pair....numbers it gives

                  73 Pair with 0 being lowest in 730 gives 731,732,733, and 739,738,737, I also like 700

                  Not sure on the 30 and 70 pair but I think it's 701,702,703,709,708,707

                  30 pair, 301,302,303,309,308,307, I also like 300,

                  Is this right Treese? Just double checking, I was also doing it how Joker was, thanks...


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                    Well, here's an update from California.

                    45 545   645   745      345   245   145

                    96= 096   196   296      896   796   696

                    51= 651   751   851      451   351   251

                    We've had a boxed hit with 512, and a close call with 996. So once the pair hits, whether I won or not, I drop it. But the 45 pair is still good for about 7 more days. Now I'm going to add new pairs that are due.

                    00 is good for 8 more days......The 71 is good for the next 10 days...

                    00=   002   003   004      009   008   007

                    71=   871   971   071   671   571   471

                    45=  545   645   745      345   245   145

                    Ok, I'm correcting the numbers. I like the combos in red cause they match my add/minus sytem.

                    00=   002   003   004      009   008   007

                    71=   871   971   071   671   571   471

                    45= 545   645   745      345   245   145

                    71=  271   371   471      071   971   871

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                      214 - 314 - 414 - 014 - 914 - 814

                      NC Sunday Midday Winner~ 194

                      Crazy missed it again!!! didn't play...I'm going with pair 17 today...


                      A question:

                      After a number drawn, should I drop the pair or still play it just in case?

                      NC Saturday Midday Winner~ 745/2884

                      NC3361, I don't know what to say about your hesitant to win. You seems to have a way of picking the right

                      pairs but you don't follow-up on it. Keep picking the right pairs pay dirt is soon! You ask the question

                      whether you should drop a pair after it has been drawn. The answer is "Yes and NO" I will address both side

                      of this and you can backtest this in your state. You only drop a pair if you see it breakdown in the next few

                      drawings for ex: 23 ( note any pair i'm just using 23 as an ex.) If this pair does not repeat it usually break-

                      down with other #'s consecutively ( back to back drawings). Now I don't mean it will be drawn (23) back to

                      back  H ere's what I mean: say 123 was drawn and your pair is 23 well the next two #'s drawn are 456 and

                      782 well ther's your 2 showing up from your pair (23) now if the oher # from your pair shows next (B to Back

                      893 There's the other half of your pair (3)  Its very unlikely your pair will not repeat anytime soon. But if you

                      don't see your pair breakdown it has a very high possibility of repeating. But remember it has to be back to

                      back order. We are dealing with the STATE lottery and they have all the tricks you'll never beat them at their

                      game but you can stay in the game with them. Good Luck!

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                        Welcome olplugger,Joker!

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                          Treese, I think I misunderstood, I thought we took whatever the first digit was and go up 3 or down three from it, for example..today the midday draw was 140, then 1+4=5, 1+0=1, and 4+0 =4, which gives 514, so I thought we went up 3 and 3 three from first digit (5), but in you explanation to Joker, we use lowest number, in this case lower number is (1) to give us with 51,10 and 14 pair, so that is

                          510,519,518, I also like a double for tonight so going to throw in 500, 511, and that leaves 512,513,514

                          The 10 gives 100,109,108 and 101,102,103

                          The 14 gives 140 (I might eliminate for tonight since that is a repeat)..(149,148,147,141,142,143)

                          514 numbers

                          510

                          519

                          518

                          500

                          511

                          512

                          513

                          514

                          100

                          109

                          108

                          101

                          102

                          103

                          149

                          148

                          147

                          141

                          142

                          143

                          073 from Sunday night is 0+7=7,0+3 is 3, and 7+3 is 0 so we have 730 which gives us 73, 30 and 70 pair....numbers it gives

                          73 Pair with 0 being lowest in 730 gives 731,732,733, and 739,738,737, I also like 700

                          Not sure on the 30 and 70 pair but I think it's 701,702,703,709,708,707

                          30 pair, 301,302,303,309,308,307, I also like 300,

                          Is this right Treese? Just double checking, I was also doing it how Joker was, thanks...

                          lotsofwin, I posted earlier that your small # can fall on either side of your pairs. Just keep in mind that you

                          use the smallest # of the group whether it be pairs for p3 or the smallest # in p-4. For your ex:above your

                          # is 514 which produce pairs 51--14--54 your smallest # is 1--1--4 regardless if it's on the left side or right

                          side. The add-up #'s after the drawing is for the ones that didn't have a system to use and wanted to get

                          in the game. As far as adding the last # of the week I suggest you use the method I recommend for pairs

                          for following week. Just break-down the last # drawn for the week and use those . Both methods will work

                          it's your choice.  Good Luck!

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                            Treese,

                            Thanks for the clarification,

                            Just to make sure I'm understanding 51,14,54, focus on 114, so that will give these....

                            510,519,518 and 512,513,514

                            then 54 gives: 543,542,541 and 545,546,547

                            14 gives 014,914,814 and 214,314,414

                            and the 073, gives us 730, pairs 73,70,30 so we would focus on digits 300

                            so

                            73 gives 732,731,730 and 734,735,736

                            70 gives 709,708,707 and 701,702,703

                            30 gives 309,308,307,301,302,303

                             

                            Thanks for your help:-)

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                              NC3361, I don't know what to say about your hesitant to win. You seems to have a way of picking the right

                              pairs but you don't follow-up on it. Keep picking the right pairs pay dirt is soon! You ask the question

                              whether you should drop a pair after it has been drawn. The answer is "Yes and NO" I will address both side

                              of this and you can backtest this in your state. You only drop a pair if you see it breakdown in the next few

                              drawings for ex: 23 ( note any pair i'm just using 23 as an ex.) If this pair does not repeat it usually break-

                              down with other #'s consecutively ( back to back drawings). Now I don't mean it will be drawn (23) back to

                              back  H ere's what I mean: say 123 was drawn and your pair is 23 well the next two #'s drawn are 456 and

                              782 well ther's your 2 showing up from your pair (23) now if the oher # from your pair shows next (B to Back

                              893 There's the other half of your pair (3)  Its very unlikely your pair will not repeat anytime soon. But if you

                              don't see your pair breakdown it has a very high possibility of repeating. But remember it has to be back to

                              back order. We are dealing with the STATE lottery and they have all the tricks you'll never beat them at their

                              game but you can stay in the game with them. Good Luck!

                              Teach, Treese!  Sun Smiley

                              This is great info!  Thanks!