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# Embedded Pick-3 finder system

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 Posted: May 26, 2013, 12:05 pm - IP Logged

I was looking at my list of Florida winning numbers this morning and noticed that most of the time, the winner has a relationship with it's surroundings in the past. But the combo has to be in a vertical position and in the exact order for it to work.

It doesn't matter what direction it's going, up or down, as long as it's exactly in straight form.

Example, Florida

May 23 mid-589

May 23 eve-185

We look for 589 in a vertical form from past draws. Go back as far as you can to find it. With 589, I didn't have to go back too far to find it, but others can take you back many months.

Let's make believe today is May 23 mid-589. We want to know what to play for the eve draw. The eve winner was 185.I found the 589 in it's exact form in ONE column only. We don't want jagged lines.

May 11 850-165

May 12 395-168

May 13 809-489

Now we look for the middle number in 589 which is the 8. Looking across both mid and eve we find the 185. Wheeling 6 numbers costs 20 bucks. You may want to eliminate combos by not playing doubles if a number shows up twice in that row. Another rule may be that if you can't find a vertical combo after search 4 or 5 months back, just skip that draw.

Since it doesn't work all the time, you may use this as a tool for comparisons with other systems.

May 11 850-165

May 12 395-168

May 13 809-489

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The embedded msystem is not written in stone. The numbers are embedded in every form, but although there are many systems that have similar traits as this posted on LP by other members, this one tries to stick to just a few patterns. If one gets too caught up in looking at 10 different shapes, they can get disoriented and not stay focused. The best part is that if you can't find a vertical combo, you simply don't play. This cuts the cost down.

One other method is to look for vertical combos like the way shown above, then play the combos that are also vertical alongside it like below.

May 22 eve-488

May 23 mid-589

May 13 mid-809

May 14 mid-858

May 15 mid-485

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Another variation is to look for vertical combos and and play or compare with other workouts not just the combos on that level, but below or above.

May 23 mid-589

May 24 eve-641

May 13-809-489

May 14-858-366

May 15-485-734

May 16-239-771

May 21 mid-918

May 23 mid-589

April 6 mid-848

April 7 mid-179

April 8 mid-925

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Yet another embedded system is to look for the following below. This isn't one of the best ones, but good to remember.

May 25 951-996

Feb  22 699-195

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 Posted: May 26, 2013, 12:58 pm - IP Logged

you might have something there, i did a check also and i notice it too many times i was off by one digit. this is very helpful in picking your next winning number.

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 Posted: May 27, 2013, 10:58 pm - IP Logged

I was looking at my list of Florida winning numbers this morning and noticed that most of the time, the winner has a relationship with it's surroundings in the past. But the combo has to be in a vertical position and in the exact order for it to work.

It doesn't matter what direction it's going, up or down, as long as it's exactly in straight form.

Example, Florida

May 23 mid-589

May 23 eve-185

We look for 589 in a vertical form from past draws. Go back as far as you can to find it. With 589, I didn't have to go back too far to find it, but others can take you back many months.

Let's make believe today is May 23 mid-589. We want to know what to play for the eve draw. The eve winner was 185.I found the 589 in it's exact form in ONE column only. We don't want jagged lines.

May 11 850-165

May 12 395-168

May 13 809-489

Now we look for the middle number in 589 which is the 8. Looking across both mid and eve we find the 185. Wheeling 6 numbers costs 20 bucks. You may want to eliminate combos by not playing doubles if a number shows up twice in that row. Another rule may be that if you can't find a vertical combo after search 4 or 5 months back, just skip that draw.

Since it doesn't work all the time, you may use this as a tool for comparisons with other systems.

May 11 850-165

May 12 395-168

May 13 809-489

----------------------

The embedded msystem is not written in stone. The numbers are embedded in every form, but although there are many systems that have similar traits as this posted on LP by other members, this one tries to stick to just a few patterns. If one gets too caught up in looking at 10 different shapes, they can get disoriented and not stay focused. The best part is that if you can't find a vertical combo, you simply don't play. This cuts the cost down.

One other method is to look for vertical combos like the way shown above, then play the combos that are also vertical alongside it like below.

May 22 eve-488

May 23 mid-589

May 13 mid-809

May 14 mid-858

May 15 mid-485

----------------

Another variation is to look for vertical combos and and play or compare with other workouts not just the combos on that level, but below or above.

May 23 mid-589

May 24 eve-641

May 13-809-489

May 14-858-366

May 15-485-734

May 16-239-771

May 21 mid-918

May 23 mid-589

April 6 mid-848

April 7 mid-179

April 8 mid-925

----------------

Yet another embedded system is to look for the following below. This isn't one of the best ones, but good to remember.

May 25 951-996

Feb  22 699-195

you think

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 Posted: May 29, 2013, 7:22 pm - IP Logged

you think

Yes I do think. lol

Today's Florida midday winner was 721.

I had to go back to February to find a vertical 073, which was last night's Florida winning number.

Feb 10 mid 392-548

Feb 11 mid 782-147

Feb 12 mid 028-490

Feb 10 mid 392-548

Feb 11 mid 782-147

Feb 12 mid 028-490

macclenny, florida
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 Posted: May 29, 2013, 9:46 pm - IP Logged

you can add 7 to the last draw , its just 1 # off some times,   mid today  721+7= 728, eve #736

amityville,new york
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 Posted: May 29, 2013, 10:31 pm - IP Logged

I was looking at my list of Florida winning numbers this morning and noticed that most of the time, the winner has a relationship with it's surroundings in the past. But the combo has to be in a vertical position and in the exact order for it to work.

It doesn't matter what direction it's going, up or down, as long as it's exactly in straight form.

Example, Florida

May 23 mid-589

May 23 eve-185

We look for 589 in a vertical form from past draws. Go back as far as you can to find it. With 589, I didn't have to go back too far to find it, but others can take you back many months.

Let's make believe today is May 23 mid-589. We want to know what to play for the eve draw. The eve winner was 185.I found the 589 in it's exact form in ONE column only. We don't want jagged lines.

May 11 850-165

May 12 395-168

May 13 809-489

Now we look for the middle number in 589 which is the 8. Looking across both mid and eve we find the 185. Wheeling 6 numbers costs 20 bucks. You may want to eliminate combos by not playing doubles if a number shows up twice in that row. Another rule may be that if you can't find a vertical combo after search 4 or 5 months back, just skip that draw.

Since it doesn't work all the time, you may use this as a tool for comparisons with other systems.

May 11 850-165

May 12 395-168

May 13 809-489

----------------------

The embedded msystem is not written in stone. The numbers are embedded in every form, but although there are many systems that have similar traits as this posted on LP by other members, this one tries to stick to just a few patterns. If one gets too caught up in looking at 10 different shapes, they can get disoriented and not stay focused. The best part is that if you can't find a vertical combo, you simply don't play. This cuts the cost down.

One other method is to look for vertical combos like the way shown above, then play the combos that are also vertical alongside it like below.

May 22 eve-488

May 23 mid-589

May 13 mid-809

May 14 mid-858

May 15 mid-485

----------------

Another variation is to look for vertical combos and and play or compare with other workouts not just the combos on that level, but below or above.

May 23 mid-589

May 24 eve-641

May 13-809-489

May 14-858-366

May 15-485-734

May 16-239-771

May 21 mid-918

May 23 mid-589

April 6 mid-848

April 7 mid-179

April 8 mid-925

----------------

Yet another embedded system is to look for the following below. This isn't one of the best ones, but good to remember.

May 25 951-996

Feb  22 699-195

MAGIC 8

Here Are A List Of Numbers Called "Magic 8" Where If You Played All 8 Of The 3 Digit Numbers You Are Guaranteed 2 Out Of 3 Of The Numbers Will Hit 90% Of The Time.The Numbers Are:127 - 345 - 369 - 380 - 468 - 490 - 560 - 589
Hi, notice your 589 is right there!.........

My 2 cents.........

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 Posted: May 29, 2013, 10:58 pm - IP Logged

Florida, 2013

May 26 129-194

May 27 399-891

May 28 342-073     (Side note: March 28 2013 winning number was 423)

May 29 721-736

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 Posted: May 29, 2013, 11:16 pm - IP Logged

MAGIC 8

Here Are A List Of Numbers Called "Magic 8" Where If You Played All 8 Of The 3 Digit Numbers You Are Guaranteed 2 Out Of 3 Of The Numbers Will Hit 90% Of The Time.The Numbers Are:127 - 345 - 369 - 380 - 468 - 490 - 560 - 589
Hi, notice your 589 is right there!.........

Yeah, learned that one for free before it was being peddled by many, just like the "get one number right" scam. lol

My outlook is different from fixed strategies. The winning numbers aren't fixed, they're all over the place, so why should our traps stay the same? Nothing is static.

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