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# Curious Pick-3 System

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 Posted: October 14, 2013, 11:47 pm - IP Logged

First you write out 123 in all it's ways.

123-132-213-231-321-312

We will use L-M-H (Low-Mid-High)

123=LMH

132=LHM

213=MLH

231=MHL

321=HML

312=HLM

Then you take your last winning number and see what pattern it falls under from the list above. This is good for getting pairs for the next day.

For example.

California, October 10th mid was 495. We find what pattern 495 falls into, with respect to the 123 variations above.

4=L (LOW)

9=H (HIGH)

5=M (MID)

So 495=LHM

Now look above to see what pattern LHM is. It's 132.

Now we take our original number 495 we had earlier and add 132 and subtract 132 using lottery math.

4 9 5                    4 9 5

1 3 2 +                 1 3 2 -

5 2 7                    3 6 3

Now we -/+ from each digit of 527 and 363.

527= 427-627-517-537-526-528

363= 263-463-353-343-362-364

The next draw winner was 528

 Thu, Oct 10, 2013 4-9-5 5-2-8

Now of course you won't always get this lucky, but in Cali I got a good amount of pairs and one offs.

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First you write out 123 in all it's ways.

123-132-213-231-321-312

We will use L-M-H (Low-Mid-High)

123=LMH

132=LHM

213=MLH

231=MHL

321=HML

312=HLM

Then you take your last winning number and see what pattern it falls under from the list above. This is good for getting pairs for the next day.

For example.

California, October 10th mid was 495. We find what pattern 495 falls into, with respect to the 123 variations above.

4=L (LOW)

9=H (HIGH)

5=M (MID)

So 495=LHM

Now look above to see what pattern LHM is. It's 132.

Now we take our original number 495 we had earlier and add 132 and subtract 132 using lottery math.

4 9 5                    4 9 5

1 3 2 +                 1 3 2 -

5 2 7                    3 6 3

Now we -/+ from each digit of 527 and 363.

527= 427-627-517-537-526-528

363= 263-463-353-343-362-364

The next draw winner was 528

 Thu, Oct 10, 2013 4-9-5 5-2-8

Now of course you won't always get this lucky, but in Cali I got a good amount of pairs and one offs.

I give credit where credit is due....  Cool strategy...

try same with pick 4. Only now add 1234 and subtract 1234

bgonÃ§alves
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 Posted: October 15, 2013, 8:02 am - IP Logged

Hello onlymoney, you may also do so, opted for example 132. LHM

Where the digit center (3) has to be the highest digit after the digit (2) is the lowest digit (1)
Getting the corresponding standard formçao = 496, 479 this example, it is not the default, that is, the six permutaçaoes 123 will indicate where the largest and smallest digit

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 Posted: October 15, 2013, 8:11 am - IP Logged

First you write out 123 in all it's ways.

123-132-213-231-321-312

We will use L-M-H (Low-Mid-High)

123=LMH

132=LHM

213=MLH

231=MHL

321=HML

312=HLM

Then you take your last winning number and see what pattern it falls under from the list above. This is good for getting pairs for the next day.

For example.

California, October 10th mid was 495. We find what pattern 495 falls into, with respect to the 123 variations above.

4=L (LOW)

9=H (HIGH)

5=M (MID)

So 495=LHM

Now look above to see what pattern LHM is. It's 132.

Now we take our original number 495 we had earlier and add 132 and subtract 132 using lottery math.

4 9 5                    4 9 5

1 3 2 +                 1 3 2 -

5 2 7                    3 6 3

Now we -/+ from each digit of 527 and 363.

527= 427-627-517-537-526-528

363= 263-463-353-343-362-364

The next draw winner was 528

 Thu, Oct 10, 2013 4-9-5 5-2-8

Now of course you won't always get this lucky, but in Cali I got a good amount of pairs and one offs.

Looks pretty promising only money...thanks for posting...Cash4ninja, thank you also for your valuable tip...you two are awesome posters!!!

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 Posted: October 15, 2013, 10:11 am - IP Logged

what a great program for a spreadsheet. Hi Carlig

BOSTON
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 Posted: October 15, 2013, 10:18 am - IP Logged

what about 291=LHL. you missed this one.

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 Posted: October 15, 2013, 11:06 am - IP Logged

291= MHL

Its permutations not

01234 lo
56889 hi

Repeats rule pick 3
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 Posted: October 15, 2013, 11:26 am - IP Logged

First you write out 123 in all it's ways.

123-132-213-231-321-312

We will use L-M-H (Low-Mid-High)

123=LMH

132=LHM

213=MLH

231=MHL

321=HML

312=HLM

Then you take your last winning number and see what pattern it falls under from the list above. This is good for getting pairs for the next day.

For example.

California, October 10th mid was 495. We find what pattern 495 falls into, with respect to the 123 variations above.

4=L (LOW)

9=H (HIGH)

5=M (MID)

So 495=LHM

Now look above to see what pattern LHM is. It's 132.

Now we take our original number 495 we had earlier and add 132 and subtract 132 using lottery math.

4 9 5                    4 9 5

1 3 2 +                 1 3 2 -

5 2 7                    3 6 3

Now we -/+ from each digit of 527 and 363.

527= 427-627-517-537-526-528

363= 263-463-353-343-362-364

The next draw winner was 528

 Thu, Oct 10, 2013 4-9-5 5-2-8

Now of course you won't always get this lucky, but in Cali I got a good amount of pairs and one offs.

Thanks for sharing

Good Luck.

Good luck! 3-1-4   Combo, midday & evening.

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 Posted: October 15, 2013, 2:38 pm - IP Logged

I am a few days on this website and open to new ideas.  I am in Florida and yesterday Cash 3 Midday was 928.  Would that be HMH (323) or HLM(312)?

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 Posted: October 15, 2013, 4:39 pm - IP Logged

123  plus would be  167  minus is  921 ?  Is that right ?  Thanks

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what about 291=LHL. you missed this one.

291 is not LHL. 2 is mid, so 291 is MHL.

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I am a few days on this website and open to new ideas.  I am in Florida and yesterday Cash 3 Midday was 928.  Would that be HMH (323) or HLM(312)?

I forgot to mention that it doesn't work for doubles.

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 Posted: October 15, 2013, 10:14 pm - IP Logged

I forgot to mention that it doesn't work for doubles.

Thanks for the system though.  It is a really good start for a novice like myself.  I have been scouring the forums and really admire you guys who are taking the initiative to create systems.  Best Wishes!

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 Posted: October 18, 2013, 10:48 pm - IP Logged

Poor SergeM, his ego is so butthurt that he has to go out on a limb to create ficticious accounts like KennyGee, stephenazclown, and  BethVermin, to "1 star" my threads and "5 star" his threads.

How pathetic does one's life have to be to waste that much energy into such a trivial pursuit?

If I ever lost sleep over star ratings on LP, I'd commit myself to a mental institution as soon as possible.

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 Posted: October 18, 2013, 11:05 pm - IP Logged

I give credit where credit is due....  Cool strategy...

try same with pick 4. Only now add 1234 and subtract 1234

hey i was just thinking the same thing,but 0123 add and subtract

Keep smiling  keep  knowing you can't always count on me forsure that's what friends are for.....

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