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Pick-3 Circular system

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lakerben's avatar - spherewall
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Posted: February 27, 2013, 3:40 pm - IP Logged

I took the last draw and calculated  the sum,square and cubed.  I input the  results in the program.

 

061
  7 sum
  49 square
  343 cube

 

I input the square in this example.

049
433
766
099
322
655
988
211
544
877

How about them cowboys!

 

 

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    wisconsin pick 3 last night 020  what should i play tonight?

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      Posted: February 28, 2013, 6:43 pm - IP Logged

      this does sound interesting, i will look into this.

        lakerben's avatar - spherewall
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        Fl p3

        input510
        cube12510
        126
        126
        390
        289
        178
        067
        956
        845
        734
        623
        512

        How about them cowboys!

         

         

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          lakerben's avatar - spherewall
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          NM p3

            122 
            356 
            801 
            356 
            801 
            356 
            801 
            356 
            801 
            356 
                   

          How about them cowboys!

           

           

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            NM p3

              122 
              356 
              801 
              356 
              801 
              356 
              801 
              356 
              801 
              356 
                     

            What is the starting point of your circle?


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              Posted: March 8, 2013, 4:00 pm - IP Logged

              Here is a different approach.

              Set up a TTT with duplicates

              from the P-3 Circular System.

              For example:

              11-24-12  PA 611 Eve 

              ~~~

              611
              785
              673
              451
              239
              017
              895
              673
              451
              239

               

              ~~~

              TTT 

              673
              451
              239

               

              Look at the HITS in Pick 3  and 

              the Triads with X in Pick 4 below.

              You'll have some decisions to make

              with more than 3 sets of duplicates. 

              Compare with your workouts. 

              Cool system, Onlymoney! Thumbs Up

              Thanks for the excel sheet, Pogo! Sun Smiley 

               

              Tue, Dec 4, 20129-5-62-3-69-1-4-20-9-3-2
              Mon, Dec 3, 20129-0-73-1-21-9-9-47-5-9-9
              Sun, Dec 2, 20124-0-09-0-02-3-7-66-3-3-1
              Sat, Dec 1, 20125-3-37-0-93-0-1-99-2-4-4
              Fri, Nov 30, 20124-8-91-3-57-6-6-02-5-7-2
              Thu, Nov 29, 20126-2-69-8-69-4-1-24-6-4-8
              Wed, Nov 28, 20124-8-04-5-34-0-2-36-8-0-0
              Tue, Nov 27, 20124-9-11-9-08-3-0-81-0-2-4
              Mon, Nov 26, 20120-5-02-5-28-0-2-88-6-2-2
              Sun, Nov 25, 20126-4-20-5-78-8-6-52-7-3-6
              Sat, Nov 24, 20120-7-66-1-19-0-2-24-7-2-9

              How come I cant find this chart?????Mad

                kreative1's avatar - flower2
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                Posted: March 8, 2013, 4:31 pm - IP Logged

                go to lottery results, 5 down> in the left column of lp

                then daily number results/on the right

                then click the state you want to check, it shows how it is posted ,pick 3 and 4

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                  How come I cant find this chart?????Mad

                  i thought you didnt want anything to do with ("BABY GAMES") as you called them.LOL

                   

                  http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/247020/2959941

                   

                  http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/247020/2960043

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                    Posted: March 8, 2013, 10:25 pm - IP Logged

                    Smaller games like p-3 may not pay much, but as i'm getting closer to finding a way to making those small pay-offs occur more frequently but not perfected yet..lol, still, to me this is far better than hoping to win a JP, which BTW, 99.9% of the people playing will never win in their lifetime.

                    If i told you you a a certain stock will lose money, 99% sure, would you buy any shares?

                    Too many people think they're going to be the lucky one to hit the JP, and we know they all can't. The 99.9% I mentioned in the first paragraph also applies to this group too. I write this because most people who play the big games are aware of the high odds involved and just cross their fingers. But there's a minority group who truly believes that they will win eventually, all of them..lol

                      helpmewin's avatar - dandy
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                      i Like BOTH it's the small games that give's me money to play BIG gamesYes Nod

                      Let it Snow Snowman

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                        Smaller games like p-3 may not pay much, but as i'm getting closer to finding a way to making those small pay-offs occur more frequently but not perfected yet..lol, still, to me this is far better than hoping to win a JP, which BTW, 99.9% of the people playing will never win in their lifetime.

                        If i told you you a a certain stock will lose money, 99% sure, would you buy any shares?

                        Too many people think they're going to be the lucky one to hit the JP, and we know they all can't. The 99.9% I mentioned in the first paragraph also applies to this group too. I write this because most people who play the big games are aware of the high odds involved and just cross their fingers. But there's a minority group who truly believes that they will win eventually, all of them..lol

                        What I like about the P3 is that it is tax free money as long as you do not bet more than $1 per ticket.

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                          What I like about the P3 is that it is tax free money as long as you do not bet more than $1 per ticket.

                          Technically it's not tax free, but I get what you mean. Any income is taxable.

                            ranman17's avatar - jzy6nr
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                            Technically it's not tax free, but I get what you mean. Any income is taxable.

                            Correct but as you know you do not give your name when cashing in a $500.00 ticket and anything under $600.00 is not taxed at the time of payout.  Therefore you do not need to claim it as income on your taxes because it cannot be traced to your SS#.

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                              Posted: March 12, 2013, 10:39 pm - IP Logged

                              Correct but as you know you do not give your name when cashing in a $500.00 ticket and anything under $600.00 is not taxed at the time of payout.  Therefore you do not need to claim it as income on your taxes because it cannot be traced to your SS#.

                              "Correct but as you know you do not give your name when cashing in a $500.00 ticket and anything under $600.00 is not taxed at the time of payout."

                              But you're supposed to report the income, is my point, no exceptions. I know a person in their right mind will never comply but I have to correct erroneous info when I see it. It's a bad habit but I can't help it. lol

                              I may be this way because when i'm held accountable i have to come up with satisfactory answers, so i feel that everyone else should too. Big Grin