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# One way how I play Pick 4

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NYC
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Hey Lottery Post,

Taking some time to share with you guys how I play Pick 4, once in awhile, and the methods I apply.

It's pretty simple, however it can sometimes be time consuming if you aren't focused.

Before we start, here is some important info you should learn:

S = SAME                                - = -1

M = MIRROR*                         + = +1

* These are mirrors:

0 = 5

1 = 6

2 = 7

3 = 8

4 = 9

Okay, these are the few basics. Now I'll show you guys how I do my workout.

I use the calendar and basically figure out what past winning numbers created today's evening number.

For example:

Today's evening draw in New York was 6522. I look at the calendar and see what past winning number(s) created today's 6522

 June, 2013 Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat 1 00181874 2 94473766 3 05300025 4 27225995 5 77683823 6 49058230 7 31357195 8 75516852 9 69996013 10 14836016 11 06816681 12 69276522

6522 played off 6/9 Eve 6013 (S/M/+/-), 6/8 Mid 7551 (M/S/+/+), and much more. There's a whole bunch.

Now that I'm seeing some connectors, these past winning numbers that created new winning numbers can have formulas applied to them, to create new winning numbers.

I also like to play week to week. For example: Wed. - Wed., Sun. - Sun., and so on. Here's an example:

Sun 6/2 9447 Midday created Sun 6/9 Midday 6999.

Here's what happened: 9447 (S/M/M/-) ---> 9996 Box.

So yeah, these are some methods I use to find new winning numbers. Some formulas that I like the most are these:

 +/-/S/M +/M/S/- M/+/S/- -/+/M/S -/S/M/+ S/-/M/+ M/S/+/- M/+/-/S +/M/-/S S/M/-/+ S/-/+/M -/S/+/M

Try it for your state. Apply some of the formulas above and create some new numbers. It's a preety neat method.

Hope you guys/gals enjoyed this piece of info. Good luck and WIN BIG!

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Savannah,ga
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I don't understand the workout. Do you think you can explain using ga numbers and help me figure out what to play for midday? I need all the help i can get to understand the cash 4 workouts.

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i dont understand either can you explain the -1 and +1 too

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i dont understand either can you explain the -1 and +1 too

-1   Just means to subtract 1

example if your combo was 8152

+/M/S/-

You would

add 1 to the 8 = 9

mirror the 1  = 6

Same for the 5 = 5

- on the 2 = 1

So you have 9651

NYC
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 Posted: June 13, 2013, 9:50 am - IP Logged

-1   Just means to subtract 1

example if your combo was 8152

+/M/S/-

You would

add 1 to the 8 = 9

mirror the 1  = 6

Same for the 5 = 5

- on the 2 = 1

So you have 9651

Thanks Carli! This is how it's done guys.

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 Posted: June 23, 2013, 4:20 pm - IP Logged

Hey Lottery Post,

Taking some time to share with you guys how I play Pick 4, once in awhile, and the methods I apply.

It's pretty simple, however it can sometimes be time consuming if you aren't focused.

Before we start, here is some important info you should learn:

S = SAME                                - = -1

M = MIRROR*                         + = +1

* These are mirrors:

0 = 5

1 = 6

2 = 7

3 = 8

4 = 9

Okay, these are the few basics. Now I'll show you guys how I do my workout.

I use the calendar and basically figure out what past winning numbers created today's evening number.

For example:

Today's evening draw in New York was 6522. I look at the calendar and see what past winning number(s) created today's 6522

 June, 2013 Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat 1 00181874 2 94473766 3 05300025 4 27225995 5 77683823 6 49058230 7 31357195 8 75516852 9 69996013 10 14836016 11 06816681 12 69276522

6522 played off 6/9 Eve 6013 (S/M/+/-), 6/8 Mid 7551 (M/S/+/+), and much more. There's a whole bunch.

Now that I'm seeing some connectors, these past winning numbers that created new winning numbers can have formulas applied to them, to create new winning numbers.

I also like to play week to week. For example: Wed. - Wed., Sun. - Sun., and so on. Here's an example:

Sun 6/2 9447 Midday created Sun 6/9 Midday 6999.

Here's what happened: 9447 (S/M/M/-) ---> 9996 Box.

So yeah, these are some methods I use to find new winning numbers. Some formulas that I like the most are these:

 +/-/S/M +/M/S/- M/+/S/- -/+/M/S -/S/M/+ S/-/M/+ M/S/+/- M/+/-/S +/M/-/S S/M/-/+ S/-/+/M -/S/+/M

Try it for your state. Apply some of the formulas above and create some new numbers. It's a preety neat method.

Hope you guys/gals enjoyed this piece of info. Good luck and WIN BIG!

This Pick4 formula set probably belongs in the Lottery Systems Forum.

Watching the numbers.
bel air maryland
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 Posted: June 23, 2013, 4:44 pm - IP Logged

Hey Lottery Post,

Taking some time to share with you guys how I play Pick 4, once in awhile, and the methods I apply.

It's pretty simple, however it can sometimes be time consuming if you aren't focused.

Before we start, here is some important info you should learn:

S = SAME                                - = -1

M = MIRROR*                         + = +1

* These are mirrors:

0 = 5

1 = 6

2 = 7

3 = 8

4 = 9

Okay, these are the few basics. Now I'll show you guys how I do my workout.

I use the calendar and basically figure out what past winning numbers created today's evening number.

For example:

Today's evening draw in New York was 6522. I look at the calendar and see what past winning number(s) created today's 6522

 June, 2013 Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat 1 00181874 2 94473766 3 05300025 4 27225995 5 77683823 6 49058230 7 31357195 8 75516852 9 69996013 10 14836016 11 06816681 12 69276522

6522 played off 6/9 Eve 6013 (S/M/+/-), 6/8 Mid 7551 (M/S/+/+), and much more. There's a whole bunch.

Now that I'm seeing some connectors, these past winning numbers that created new winning numbers can have formulas applied to them, to create new winning numbers.

I also like to play week to week. For example: Wed. - Wed., Sun. - Sun., and so on. Here's an example:

Sun 6/2 9447 Midday created Sun 6/9 Midday 6999.

Here's what happened: 9447 (S/M/M/-) ---> 9996 Box.

So yeah, these are some methods I use to find new winning numbers. Some formulas that I like the most are these:

 +/-/S/M +/M/S/- M/+/S/- -/+/M/S -/S/M/+ S/-/M/+ M/S/+/- M/+/-/S +/M/-/S S/M/-/+ S/-/+/M -/S/+/M

Try it for your state. Apply some of the formulas above and create some new numbers. It's a preety neat method.

Hope you guys/gals enjoyed this piece of info. Good luck and WIN BIG!

Three questions. 1) How do you know which formula to use, or do you use all of them with the same number? 2) How do you decide which date or draw to use the formulas with? 3) How long do you play them for?

"You can observe a lot just by watching." Yogi Berra, Hall of Fame baseball player.

The numbers will tell you what numbers to play. Pay attention to the numbers.

LET'S GO RANGERS!!!

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 Posted: June 23, 2013, 4:49 pm - IP Logged

ranman17 created a similar Excel/Apache System for ease of use .

https://www.box.com/s/dd34d3854af6211a8057

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 Posted: June 23, 2013, 4:51 pm - IP Logged

ranman17 created a similar Excel/Apache System for ease of use .

https://www.box.com/s/dd34d3854af6211a8057

When did she create it?  I was just now in the process of creating this but I do not want to reinvent the wheel.  Is it the same?

Those who know don't tell and those who tell don't know...So I have a lot to tell you.

An Unfinished Work

What Must I Do?

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ranman17 created a similar Excel/Apache System for ease of use .

https://www.box.com/s/dd34d3854af6211a8057

I followed the link but which one is it?

Those who know don't tell and those who tell don't know...So I have a lot to tell you.

An Unfinished Work

What Must I Do?

Watching the numbers.
bel air maryland
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I followed the link but which one is it?

My question exactly.

"You can observe a lot just by watching." Yogi Berra, Hall of Fame baseball player.

The numbers will tell you what numbers to play. Pay attention to the numbers.

LET'S GO RANGERS!!!

Atchafalaya Basin
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 Posted: June 23, 2013, 4:55 pm - IP Logged

Go to Page 4 and look for : Cajun-Quiet   and QuietMoney  these are the 2 similar systems ..

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I have quietmoney's sytem I created it for him long ago but it does not have any mirrors.  Does the Cajun-Quiet have mirrors?

Those who know don't tell and those who tell don't know...So I have a lot to tell you.

An Unfinished Work

What Must I Do?

Atchafalaya Basin
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Cajun-Quiet uses V-Track and Simple Simon System with Rotation of Process. For either of these systems to really work a few filters is needed to reduce the Predicted number sets/lines to play to a reasonable field of Predictions .

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OK, thanks.

Those who know don't tell and those who tell don't know...So I have a lot to tell you.

An Unfinished Work

What Must I Do?

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