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# Too Good To Be True P-3 System, What Am I Missing?

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Ok, i realized my mistake, that the mistake was the price. It actually costs \$1000, not 200 bucks. lol

I took an arbitrary date and it didn't work, so i realized my mistake. After making the first pair, I'd have to use that pair once again with the last number.

Florida, Feb. 19 mid-279    eve-716

MMM

5 0 2

6 1 3

7 2 4

8 3 5

9 4 6

To calculate how much it costs, you multiply the first column to the second column, and then multiply that to the third column.

5X5=25

25X5=125

I'd have to do the above for all 8 versions. 125X8=1000

what's the 25 X 5 comes from?  all I got is 25 from each set.  there's 8 sets.

8 X 25 is 200

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So to prove this may work as it stands right now, until someone can show me ehat I'm doing wrong, I'm going to predict tonight's Florida winner using today's midday winner-630.

630

SSS

418-518-618-718-818

429-529-629-729-829

430-530-630-730-830

441-541-641-741-841

452-552-652-752-852

SSM

413-513-613-713-813

424-524-624-724-824

435-535-635-735-835

446-546-646-746-846

457-557-657-757-857

SMM

463-563-663-763-863

474-574-674-774-874

485-585-685-785-885

496-596-696-796-896

407-507-607-707-807

MMM

863-963-063-163-263

874-974-074-174-274

885-985-085-185-285

896-996-096-196-296

807-907-007-107-207

MSM

813-913-013-113-213

824-924-024-124-224

835-935-035-135-235

846-946-046-146-246

857-957-057-157-257

SMS

468-568-668-768-868

479-579-679-779-879

480-580-680-780-880

491-591-691-791-891

402-502-602-702-802

MSS

818-918-018-118-218

829-929-029-129-229

830-930-030-130-230

841-941-041-141-241

852-952-052-152-252

MMS

468-568-668-768-868

479-579-679-779-879

480-580-680-780-880

491-591-691-791-891

402-502-602-702-802

I like it you cover all the digits in each position by using S & M (nice name for a system).  I'm not a pick3 person but isn't the mirror of 6<->1.  I would think for position 1 when mirroring 6 it would range from 9, 0, 1, 2, 3.  It seems like some of your combos are wrong but I might be wrong.  Anyway great job hope the forumula holds up.

Jimmy

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I like it you cover all the digits in each position by using S & M (nice name for a system).  I'm not a pick3 person but isn't the mirror of 6<->1.  I would think for position 1 when mirroring 6 it would range from 9, 0, 1, 2, 3.  It seems like some of your combos are wrong but I might be wrong.  Anyway great job hope the forumula holds up.

Jimmy

Ha ha.

All the ones that have a M in them do have their mirrors and up and down in them. I just did this on paper and wrote it accross, rather than vertically in my first examples. It was easier and faster to type this way.

SSM

630- M=3-4-5-6-7

413-513-613-713-813

424-524-624-724-824

435-535-635-735-835

446-546-646-746-846

457-557-657-757-857

SMM

630

First M 8,  6-7-8-9-0......second M 5,  3-4-5-6-7

463-563-663-763-863

474-574-674-774-874

485-585-685-785-885

496-596-696-796-896

407-507-607-707-807

And all the others respectively that have an M in there.

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OM

If you go by the theory that usually there is one return number or its mirror,

Couldnt you filter out all the ones that dont have  0 5 2  or 7  for tonight from the 630 ?

Might cut the cost some .

Carlig

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Ok, i realized my mistake, that the mistake was the price. It actually costs \$1000, not 200 bucks. lol

I took an arbitrary date and it didn't work, so i realized my mistake. After making the first pair, I'd have to use that pair once again with the last number.

Florida, Feb. 19 mid-279    eve-716

MMM

5 0 2

6 1 3

7 2 4

8 3 5

9 4 6

To calculate how much it costs, you multiply the first column to the second column, and then multiply that to the third column.

5X5=25

25X5=125

I'd have to do the above for all 8 versions. 125X8=1000

I was wondering about your figures because by using the mirror, it creates the other set of 5 digits. The digit combinations created by "Same" and "Mirror" is the same as using all the high/low or even/odd digits. There are 8 combinations each with 125 numbers.

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I just did it for minnesota and didn't work.  Again it's only 200 numbers not 1000 like you said.

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what's the 25 X 5 comes from?  all I got is 25 from each set.  there's 8 sets.

8 X 25 is 200

There are 8 versions total. Below, MMM is just one version which costs 125 bucks. 125X8=1,000

MMM

5 0 2

6 1 3

7 2 4

8 3 5

9 4 6

To calculate how much it costs, you multiply the first column to the second column, and then multiply that to the third column.

5X5=25

25X5=125

I'd have to do the above for all 8 versions. 125X8=1000

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OM

If you go by the theory that usually there is one return number or its mirror,

Couldnt you filter out all the ones that dont have  0 5 2  or 7  for tonight from the 630 ?

Might cut the cost some .

Carlig

I guess I could, but then I'd have to guess which ones. lol

I think the best way is to track which ones are hiting, but then there goes the guessing again.

Dang, I knew it was too good.

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There are 8 versions total. Below, MMM is just one version which costs 125 bucks. 125X8=1,000

MMM

5 0 2

6 1 3

7 2 4

8 3 5

9 4 6

To calculate how much it costs, you multiply the first column to the second column, and then multiply that to the third column.

5X5=25

25X5=125

I'd have to do the above for all 8 versions. 125X8=1000

you're wrong.

SSS-SSM-SMM-MMM-MSM-SMS-MSS-MMS

25+25+25+25+25+25+25+25=200

there maybe 125 digits if that's what you're counting but as far as number there's only 25 of them.

let me give you example

996       907     918     929     930
096       007     018     029     030
196       107     118     129     130
296       207     218     229     230
396       307     318     329     330

that's only 25 numbers.I think you're counting all the digits which would be 125 like you said.

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As originally stated I think it guarantees that you will have 2 positions correct but not necessarily all 3 positions but again I might be wrong when I did it by hand that was my thinking.  Still good job thinking outside of the box, keep it up.

Jimmy

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The reason I won on my first two test runs was because I got lucky, and they both had the numbers line up perfectly, so i thought that was a standard.

204-810

MSM

5 8 7

6 9 8

7 0 9

8 1 0

9 2 1

But they don't always line up like below. The 716 in the previous page was an example of how they don't always line up, and that's how I caught my mistake.

Florida, Feb. 19 mid-279    eve-716

MMM

5 0 2

6 1 3

7 2 4

8 3 5

9 4 6

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you're wrong.

SSS-SSM-SMM-MMM-MSM-SMS-MSS-MMS

25+25+25+25+25+25+25+25=200

there maybe 125 digits if that's what you're counting but as far as number there's only 25 of them.

let me give you example

996       907     918     929     930
096       007     018     029     030
196       107     118     129     130
296       207     218     229     230
396       307     318     329     330

that's only 25 numbers.I think you're counting all the digits which would be 125 like you said.

Trust me, that's an illusion which I fell for the first time. Below is MMM. Five digits in each position. 5X5X5=125. There are another 7 versions you'd have to consider to guarantee a staright hit, since we don't know which version will hit.

The math doesn't lie. What i didn't consider was the first pairs in each group had to be matched up with the last position (3rd) position to make it complete.

Florida, Feb. 19 mid-279    eve-716

MMM

5 0 2

6 1 3

7 2 4

8 3 5

9 4 6

To calculate how much it costs, you multiply the first column to the second column, and then multiply that to the third column.

5X5=25

25X5=125

I'd have to do the above for all 8 versions. 125X8=1000

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As originally stated I think it guarantees that you will have 2 positions correct but not necessarily all 3 positions but again I might be wrong when I did it by hand that was my thinking.  Still good job thinking outside of the box, keep it up.

Jimmy

Correct,

Thanks, i guess I tried. But i knew something wasn't right. Some math guru would've fifured that out a long time ago, and the p-3 wouldn't even exist in the first place. lol

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Alright folks, keep moving along, nothing to see here.

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I was wondering about your figures because by using the mirror, it creates the other set of 5 digits. The digit combinations created by "Same" and "Mirror" is the same as using all the high/low or even/odd digits. There are 8 combinations each with 125 numbers.

That was bouncing about in my mind but i guess i was putting both hands over my ears when my brain was trying to tell me this. lol I just didn't want it to be true and thought I may be wrong.

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