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Quote: Originally posted by good karma on Oct 29, 2012

Hi Harvest Moon,

I am a new member (I signed up last year, but got sidetracked with family matters so wasn't around much.) anyway,  I have a question.

I really like the "Two Digits Return" Method as well as your other method (originally posted on June 24,2012) re-posted below by llucas07.

Do you have a specific method for playing regular (non double) numbers that reduces all of the combinations down to a just a few ?

(Much like the the two methods mentioned above do.)

Thank You,

Good Karma

Hi Good Karma,

There are several great ideas in this thread that folks have shared. Get yourself a BIG coffee and some munchees and read from the beginning of the thread. The RIGHT method for you will JUMP out at you! Trust me!  It is worth wading through the posts to find the method that will WIN you money for your efforts! I can't do it for you, GK!  You must do the work for the rewards!

Well okay ... here's one that you can checkout. Remember, it is just ONE of the many cool ways.

* If you are a new member without a blue box under your avatar, don't click on this link. Your membership might be in jeopardy. Instead, find this post on page 4 at date and time stamp: June 24, 2012 at 11:55pm

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Dear Harvest Moon,

Thanks for the quick reply and suggestion !   I'll get the coffee brewing and get busy doing my homework.

Thank You,

Good Karma

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Dear Harvest Moon,

One more question to clarify doubles.   In your example 927 and 472 were eliminated because they were pairs. What if a number (ex. 702) was present,

I would assume that 702 would also be eliminated because the numbers 7 and 2 were repeats of 927 and 472,  correct ?

Thanks,

good Karma

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Quote: Originally posted by good karma on Oct 29, 2012

Dear Harvest Moon,

One more question to clarify doubles.   In your example 927 and 472 were eliminated because they were pairs. What if a number (ex. 702) was present,

I would assume that 702 would also be eliminated because the numbers 7 and 2 were repeats of 927 and 472,  correct ?

Thanks,

good Karma

Correct!

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Thank You!

Good Karma

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Hello Harvest Moon,

Just wanted you to give my work a quick look over to make sure I'm doing the workout correctly.

Two examples:   AZ Sat. Oct. 27 Pick 3   #'s   ( 471 )             471 -  617  853  273  419

417 -  035  271  479  615

174 -  792  938  136  372        ---------  (950)

147 -  406  642  284  420

741 -  246  482  468  604

714 -  950  196  516  752

After eliminating all repeats and doubles

I came up with just (950) to play.

Next Example  AZ Mon. Oct 29 Pick 3  #'s  (  344  )            344 -  108  434  986  212

443 -  344  689  665  801          --------  (212)  (665)

434 -  816  052  361  507

Workout as two separate groups  --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

334 -  198  433  976  121

433 -  343  679  655  891          ----------- (121)  (655)

343 -  725  961  270  416

After eliminating all doubles and repeats

I came up with four (212) (665) (121) (655) to play.

Please let me know if this is correct.

Thank You,  Good Karma

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Quote: Originally posted by good karma on Oct 30, 2012

Hello Harvest Moon,

Just wanted you to give my work a quick look over to make sure I'm doing the workout correctly.

Two examples:   AZ Sat. Oct. 27 Pick 3   #'s   ( 471 )             471 -  617  853  273  419

417 -  035  271  479  615

174 -  792  938  136  372        ---------  (950)

147 -  406  642  284  420

741 -  246  482  468  604

714 -  950  196  516  752

After eliminating all repeats and doubles

I came up with just (950) to play.

Next Example  AZ Mon. Oct 29 Pick 3  #'s  (  344  )            344 -  108  434  986  212

443 -  344  689  665  801          --------  (212)  (665)

434 -  816  052  361  507

Workout as two separate groups  --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

334 -  198  433  976  121

433 -  343  679  655  891          ----------- (121)  (655)

343 -  725  961  270  416

After eliminating all doubles and repeats

I came up with four (212) (665) (121) (655) to play.

Please let me know if this is correct.

Thank You,  Good Karma

Thanks for posting your work, Good Karma!

950 looks good.  Also, consider the pairs out of it ... 95,  90,  50.

You would need to find the 3rd digit.  95X   90X   50X

X could be in any position.

212, 665 and 121, 655 cancel each other out.

So there is nothing to play from this example.

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Ok,  Thank you !

Good Karma

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Steps to get triads or triplets  from

single digits in a Pick 4 combination.

Example:

5678

5678  = 567

5678  = 568

5678  = 678

5678  = 578

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A Pick 4 combination with a set of  double

digits will have less triads or triplets.

Example:

1233

1233 = 123

1233 = 133

1233 = 233

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A Pick 4 combination with triples

will have  even less triads or triplets.

Example:

1555

1555 = 155

1555 = 555

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A Pick 4 combination with two double sets

of digits will have just two triads or triplets.

Example:

2277

2277 = 227

2277 = 277

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A Pick 4 combination with 4 of the same digit will  have only one triad or triplet. Of course!

Example:

9999

9999 = 999

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Triads or triplets can stand alone as a Pick 3 choice or

combine with a 4th digit for a Pick 4 choice. How you

get that 4th digit is up to you.

Some ideas:

Hot, cold, overdue, favorite number, birthday, workout,

truck on the highway, 0 to 9, and eeny, meeny, miny, moe.

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11-13-12  Massachusetts 8-0-0-0

800

080

008

000

800-541-787-107-343

080-462-608-917-153

008-211-637-566-701

000-482-628-937-173

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