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# Straight hit producer p-3 system

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I just noticed something weird. If you switch the last two numbers of your input number in the 235 method, (Example: 123 would be 132) then put those numbers in the deflator for matching combos, a good number of times, the highest count of the pairs matches is the winner.

REMEMBER, THE ONLY QUALIFYING COMBOS ARE THE ONES THAT HAVE TWO OR MORE MATCHES WITHIN THE PARENTHESIS LIKE TIER 3 BELOW.

I DID A SHORT TEST FOR ABOUT AN HOUR TONIGHT, AND GOT ABOUT AN 80 PLUS PERCENT HIT RATE, SO IT MAY BE A FLUKE BECAUSE OF THE SHORT TEST. MORE TESTING NEEDED.

TIER 2 AND 1 DID NOT QUALIFY.

Example, August 14 florida eve winner was 195

Today's mid winner, August 15, the winner was 182.

Tier 3 218(182,281) 320(203,230)

Tier 2 084(840) 280(820) 282(228) 184(184) 402(420) 283(823)

Tier 1 883 202 842 882 021 180 880 380

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So for tomorrow's midday prediction I will use today's midday florida winning number which was 182.

But we will use 128 to (remember, I switched the 82 in 182 to 28) input into the deflator.

The only qualifier is below, tier 2. Yeah i know, not even one paranthesis with 2 combos in it. So what do we do now?

I know what you're saying, this doesn't meet the strict requirement for this system. But here's where you start thinking out of the box. Even though the parenthesis ONLY has one, and not two combos like the rule states, in this case, or any other case that's similar, and since the highest count is only one combo in the parenthesis, then that tier rules because that's the highest count regardless of the rule. Sometimes there has to be exceptions to the rules.

214-213-113-251-417-753-153

Tier 2
241(214) 213(213) 113(113) 215(251) 417(417) 735(753) 153(153)

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So for tomorrow's midday prediction I will use today's midday florida winning number which was 182.

But we will use 128 to (remember, I switched the 82 in 182 to 28) input into the deflator.

The only qualifier is below, tier 2. Yeah i know, not even one paranthesis with 2 combos in it. So what do we do now?

I know what you're saying, this doesn't meet the strict requirement for this system. But here's where you start thinking out of the box. Even though the parenthesis ONLY has one, and not two combos like the rule states, in this case, or any other case that's similar, and since the highest count is only one combo in the parenthesis, then that tier rules because that's the highest count regardless of the rule. Sometimes there has to be exceptions to the rules.

214-213-113-251-417-753-153

Tier 2
241(214) 213(213) 113(113) 215(251) 417(417) 735(753) 153(153)

Using tonight's florida eve winner 346 as the input, the potential winning numbers for tomorrow would hopefully be one of the following,

459-599-739-759-399-595

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Using tonight's florida eve winner 346 as the input, the potential winning numbers for tomorrow would hopefully be one of the following,

459-599-739-759-399-595

Numbers?

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 Posted: August 16, 2012, 12:36 am - IP Logged

Numbers?

That's only with the other system which was Lakerben's Mystery System.  This method which I found on the internetz, slightly different version of TIC TAC TOE, uses only one group of results to put into the deflator.

With my method, as raw as it is, is showing more hits with much less numbers. In this method using only one group of numbers to put into the deflator, as opposed to six groups. But it's still in the embryonic stage.

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That's only with the other system which was Lakerben's Mystery System.  This method which I found on the internetz, slightly different version of TIC TAC TOE, uses only one group of results to put into the deflator.

With my method, as raw as it is, is showing more hits with much less numbers. In this method using only one group of numbers to put into the deflator, as opposed to six groups. But it's still in the embryonic stage.

Do  u do this for ur state. And do u
Thinks this will work for any state?
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Do  u do this for ur state. And do u
Thinks this will work for any state?
Thanks

Yes, so far it's only been tested in florida. You would have to try it in your state to see if it works. These days I'm working harder for the same amount I earned for a living a few months ago. So basically, lately I haven't had much time to do florida even. I try to find some pockets of free time from work to play with the  numbers.

Try it in your state and let me know how well it works.

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Does anyone know how to set the filters in the deflate tool to ONLY look for matching pairs and nothing else? I can't see anything that allows this, but I'm sure I'm overlooking it.

Or, is there a program that will do this.

Thanks.

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Does anyone know how to set the filters in the deflate tool to ONLY look for matching pairs and nothing else? I can't see anything that allows this, but I'm sure I'm overlooking it.

Or, is there a program that will do this.

Thanks.

I think you can tell it you only want combo's that include certain pairs . But if your saying you only want to "Combine" pairs, then no , I dont think it will do that.

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I think you can tell it you only want combo's that include certain pairs . But if your saying you only want to "Combine" pairs, then no , I dont think it will do that.

CG

Yeah thanks, that's what I thought. I can do it manually but it takes about 5 minutes. Can Excel do it?

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I think Paurths has a FREE tool that will do it .

If I can find a link here on LP , I will let you know.

But if you have Lotsoft , I think it will also do it

CG

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Yeah thanks, that's what I thought. I can do it manually but it takes about 5 minutes. Can Excel do it?

Im sure Excel can do it . How many pairs are we talking ?

I could try , but I dont know how to just make it where you dump a random number of pairs

Im just not that good  lol  I can so some research and get back to you if I find anything

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I think Paurths has a FREE tool that will do it .

If I can find a link here on LP , I will let you know.

But if you have Lotsoft , I think it will also do it

CG

lotsoft? ok, let me check it out, thanks a lot carli.

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Using tonight's florida eve winner 346 as the input, the potential winning numbers for tomorrow would hopefully be one of the following,

459-599-739-759-399-595

wow a double whammy with the 973 in the mid day and 957 in the evening.

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going to try it hope it work 537 739** 637 536

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