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# PI in the Pick 3? What are we talking about exactly? A few ideas...

Topic closed. 269 replies. Last post 5 years ago by Kola.

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Blundering Time Traveler

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If I did the procedure correct I took last Saturday's and Fridays draw and added them together since they are in the same tier. I'm still looking for someone to step up and program this system.  That will eliminate the mistakes if any.

758

618

1376/2=688.

688/3pi=72.99067 +111 =183.99

294

405

516

627

738

849

960

1071

Well, the next draw was 171 in NM.

Hello lakerben,

There was a mistake.

I'm going to write it with a little less shorthand for the benefit of others...

Before I begin...In general, if one wants to explore this system, I strongly recommend one practice and play using it from Midday to Midday or Evening to Evening, because the Rings of Pi formula was built with that relationship in mind...You may see some hits using it from Midday to Evening, because there is a relationship there as well, but the formula operates a little too 'clunkily' for my taste when used that way. In the future, I plan to post a much, much stronger formula for the Rings of Pi, that honors using it any way you choose. This will need time to explain, because its all encompassing, but will be relatively easy to understand...

758 - last draw, and 618 -2nd to last draw are not in the same tier.

Recall,

Tier 1 = Numbers 000 to 333. Use Pi = 3.14159

Tier 2 = Numbers 333 to 666. Use 2Pi = 6.28318

Tier 3 = Numbers 666 to 999. Use. 3Pi = 9.42477

You add or subtract 333 or 666 to get into appropriate tier...

Pi formula being used is (x/PI) + c

To bring 618 into 758's tier 3 you add 333 to 618.

618 + 333 = 951. We use the 951...

758 + 951 = 1709

X = 1709/2 = 854.5 (tier 3)

(x/pi) +c

x = 854.5

PI = 3pi= 9.42477

c = 111, 222, 333, and etc...or just keep adding 111(rundown without lottery math) to previous result

854.5/3pi = 854.5/9.42477 = 90.665

90.665 + 111 using no lottery math is:

090.6

201.6

312

423

534

645

756

867

978

1089 = 090

Please keep in mind that I have consistently used only 1 formula for Pi on this thread, but there are 3 other formulas for Pi that have been talked of on the LP, and they are posted at the beginning of this thread. Explore them as well, especially x/Pi - C (different than '...+ c'). For this formula all you would do is subtract the first number in the rundown above by 999 and then do a rundown of the result. So using example above.

999 - 090.66 = 908.34

Then do non-lottery math rundown:

908.34

797

686

575

464

353

242

131

020

Happy explorations...
Kola

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Lakerben, I think you will get your wish for a program.There is a member in the LP that just kindly contacted me to let me know he wanted to post an excel file for the Full Rings of Pi System. I gave him my humble thanks and my blessings. I have to thank you too lakerben on behalf of interested LP members for your 'howls in the wilderness"....

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Okay, I have created a Excel spreadsheet based on Kola's system. The spreadsheet was written in Excel 2003, but should work fine with other versions. Here is the link for download:

http://www.box.com/s/94fec31815195792c10c

It is very simple to use (all calculations are automatic):

1) Use the drop down lists to choose the draws you want to work with.

2) The first draw entered ("Enter the last draw") will be the dominant combo for tier puposes.

3) The calculated combos will appear in the "Calculation" section in orange.

Blundering Time Traveler

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Okay, I have created a Excel spreadsheet based on Kola's system. The spreadsheet was written in Excel 2003, but should work fine with other versions. Here is the link for download:

http://www.box.com/s/94fec31815195792c10c

It is very simple to use (all calculations are automatic):

1) Use the drop down lists to choose the draws you want to work with.

2) The first draw entered ("Enter the last draw") will be the dominant combo for tier puposes.

3) The calculated combos will appear in the "Calculation" section in orange.

Hello Texas Madman. Again thank you very much for being so generous...

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Hello Texas Madman. Again thank you very much for being so generous...

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Lakerben, I think you will get your wish for a program.There is a member in the LP that just kindly contacted me to let me know he wanted to post an excel file for the Full Rings of Pi System. I gave him my humble thanks and my blessings. I have to thank you too lakerben on behalf of interested LP members for your 'howls in the wilderness"....

Thanks.  Its a very nice program thanks to Texasmadman .  I like the pull down feature and the programming is very impressive.  I have to try your rundown 999- (results) and see how it works.

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Hello lakerben,

There was a mistake.

I'm going to write it with a little less shorthand for the benefit of others...

Before I begin...In general, if one wants to explore this system, I strongly recommend one practice and play using it from Midday to Midday or Evening to Evening, because the Rings of Pi formula was built with that relationship in mind...You may see some hits using it from Midday to Evening, because there is a relationship there as well, but the formula operates a little too 'clunkily' for my taste when used that way. In the future, I plan to post a much, much stronger formula for the Rings of Pi, that honors using it any way you choose. This will need time to explain, because its all encompassing, but will be relatively easy to understand...

758 - last draw, and 618 -2nd to last draw are not in the same tier.

Recall,

Tier 1 = Numbers 000 to 333. Use Pi = 3.14159

Tier 2 = Numbers 333 to 666. Use 2Pi = 6.28318

Tier 3 = Numbers 666 to 999. Use. 3Pi = 9.42477

You add or subtract 333 or 666 to get into appropriate tier...

Pi formula being used is (x/PI) + c

To bring 618 into 758's tier 3 you add 333 to 618.

618 + 333 = 951. We use the 951...

758 + 951 = 1709

X = 1709/2 = 854.5 (tier 3)

(x/pi) +c

x = 854.5

PI = 3pi= 9.42477

c = 111, 222, 333, and etc...or just keep adding 111(rundown without lottery math) to previous result

854.5/3pi = 854.5/9.42477 = 90.665

90.665 + 111 using no lottery math is:

090.6

201.6

312

423

534

645

756

867

978

1089 = 090

Please keep in mind that I have consistently used only 1 formula for Pi on this thread, but there are 3 other formulas for Pi that have been talked of on the LP, and they are posted at the beginning of this thread. Explore them as well, especially x/Pi - C (different than '...+ c'). For this formula all you would do is subtract the first number in the rundown above by 999 and then do a rundown of the result. So using example above.

999 - 090.66 = 908.34

Then do non-lottery math rundown:

908.34

797

686

575

464

353

242

131

020

Happy explorations...
Kola

Thats why I wanted a program.  Not enough coffee on that morning.  I noticed on backtesting that pairs and triples hit from previous draws calculations.  Its probably best to print out the last 5 sheets to keep a record of outputs.  And, I like the subtraction rundown very good maybe that and the other formulas could be added at a further date.   Thanks again to you and Texasmadman.

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 Posted: April 26, 2012, 2:39 pm - IP Logged

SOUTH CAROLINA

 +000 53.2 +005 58.2 +050 103.2 +500 553.2 +555 608.2 +550 603.2 +505 558.2 +055 108.2 +111 164.2 +116 169.2 +161 214.2 +611 664.2 +666 719.2 +661 714.2 +616 669.2 +166 219.2 +222 275.2 +227 280.2 +272 325.2 +722 775.2 +777 830.2 +772 825.2 +727 780.2 +277 330.2 +333 386.2 +338 391.2 +383 436.2 +833 886.2 +888 941.2 +883 936.2 +838 891.2 +388 441.2 +444 497.2 +449 502.2 +494 547.2 +944 997.2 +994 1047.2 +949 1002.2 +499 552.2 +999 1052.2

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 Posted: April 26, 2012, 9:44 pm - IP Logged

hi lakerben could u do me 1 for florida  eve cash 3

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 Posted: April 27, 2012, 1:09 am - IP Logged

Hmmmm.....seems like I could modify the current spreadsheet for Pick 4. It would take a little time to do that. Maybe this weekend if I can find the time.

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 Posted: April 27, 2012, 1:27 pm - IP Logged

texas I downloaded it but it will not let me enter any past draws. Why?

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Use the scroll down arrow to select the numbers.  Its to the right of the input box when you click on it.

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 Posted: April 27, 2012, 1:31 pm - IP Logged

it say the user has restricted entering values.

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Click on the blue or green box where it says input.  Next, you should see a down arrow to the right of the box.  Click on that and scroll to the number you need.

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 Posted: April 27, 2012, 8:56 pm - IP Logged

thaks laker ow how do I use the orange column to narrow down my pics.
example here are todays mid draw last and next 192 and 501. how would you play sat game/ thanks

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