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

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Blundering Time Traveler

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 Sum 323 Div by 2 161.5 X / PI 51.407 +000 51.4 +005 56.4 +050 101.4 +500 551.4 +555 606.4 +550 601.4 +505 556.4 +055 106.4 +111 162.4 +116 167.4 +161 212.4 +611 662.4 +666 717.4 +661 712.4 +616 667.4 +166 217.4 +222 273.4 +227 278.4 +272 323.4 +722 773.4 +777 828.4 +772 823.4 +727 778.4 +277 328.4 +333 384.4 +338 389.4 +383 434.4 +833 884.4 +888 939.4 +883 934.4 +838 889.4 +388 439.4 +444 495.4 +449 500.4 +494 545.4 +944 995.4 +994 1045.4 +949 1000.4 +499 550.4 +999 1050.4

Thanks lakerben!

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Thanks lakerben, very nice of you. What you think about the daily 4 its that right? Please, thanks

Daily 4 is perfect Aquarium...

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Hi Kola: Please could you tell me what's wrong on this PI math.last draw 471 & second 146 convert it to 2nd tier 146+333=479.now total is 950 divide by 2=475.This total divide by 2PI=75.598.It's right?And 000 + 75.5 =075.5 etc,etc.

Hello Cuteban25,

Its perfect!

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Pretty good news kola, thanks for checking .you explain in some way that is not dificult to understand, again thanks, by the way i m a little  confuse about daily 4's constants, could you please show me the 40 i mean all of them in the same order as daily 3 because i only know the subdivisions from 000 to 999 to daily 4

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Pretty good news kola, thanks for checking .you explain in some way that is not dificult to understand, again thanks, by the way i m a little  confuse about daily 4's constants, could you please show me the 40 i mean all of them in the same order as daily 3 because i only know the subdivisions from 000 to 999 to daily 4

Thanks Aquarium! Credit to you for absorbing so quickly and well...

In the Pick 4, there would be 80 circumference constants, because its a larger matrix. Here they are:

1.         2.         3.         4.         5.         6.         7.         8.         9.         10.         11.         12.         13.         14.         15.         16.

0000    0005     0050   0500    5000    0055    0505     0550    5005    5050       5500     0555       5055      5505      5550      5555

1111    1116     1161   1611    6111    1166    1616     1661    6116    6161       6611     1666       6166      6616      6661      6666

2222    2227     2272   2722    7222    2277    2727     2772    7227    7272       7722     2777       7277      7727      7772      7777

3333    3338     3383   3833    8333    3388    3838     3883    8338    8383       8833     3888       8388      8838      8883      8888

4444    4449     4494   4944    9444    4499    4949     4994    9449    9494       9944     4999       9499      9949      9994      9999

Texas Madman, who generously built the wonderful Excel program for the Pick 3, said that if he had time, he would possibly flirt with building the Pick 4 version.

I hope that helps.

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Hello, kola you are an incredible person, thank you so much for your help again, you are our little angel, always there to support us  when its needed.i wish you the best for the awesome work including

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Hello, kola you are an incredible person, thank you so much for your help again, you are our little angel, always there to support us  when its needed.i wish you the best for the awesome work including

Thank you Aquarium...

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Here's a link to a version of the spreadsheet modified for use with Pick 4 games: https://www.box.com/s/c27e3855821bd1528478

This current version does not include all of the mirror combinations, but I may add them later.

Enjoy!

Please let me know of any errors in the calculations.

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Here's a link to a version of the spreadsheet modified for use with Pick 4 games: https://www.box.com/s/c27e3855821bd1528478

This current version does not include all of the mirror combinations, but I may add them later.

Enjoy!

Please let me know of any errors in the calculations.

Texas

Just FYI

Have done initial testing on this in Florida

and its hitting with a both hit within 3 draws

Gonna back test farther and see if its consistant

Thanks

CarliG

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Here's a link to a version of the spreadsheet modified for use with Pick 4 games: https://www.box.com/s/c27e3855821bd1528478

This current version does not include all of the mirror combinations, but I may add them later.

Enjoy!

Please let me know of any errors in the calculations.

Thanks for all your hard work!

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Rings of pi for NJ

 +0000 416.3 +1111 1527.3 +2222 2638.3 +3333 3749.3 +4444 4860.3 +5555 5971.3 +6666 7082.3 +7777 8193.3 +8888 9304.3 +9999 10415.3
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Rings of Pi for Texas>

 +0000 746.4 +1111 1857.4 +2222 2968.4 +3333 4079.4 +4444 5190.4 +5555 6301.4 +6666 7412.4 +7777 8523.4 +8888 9634.4 +9999 10745.4
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Thanks for all your hard work!

No problem.

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Florida using morning and evening draws.  8603 tier 3, 2879 tier 1.

 +0000 962.8 +1111 2073.8 +2222 3184.8 +3333 4295.8 +4444 5406.8 +5555 6517.8 +6666 7628.8 +7777 8739.8 +8888 9850.8 +9999 10961.8
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New York using the evening draw 4389 as the last draw and 3393.

 +0000 619.3 +1111 1730.3 +2222 2841.3 +3333 3952.3 +4444 5063.3 +5555 6174.3 +6666 7285.3 +7777 8396.3 +8888 9507.3 +9999 10618.3

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