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Pick3 Back-it-up System

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Posted: January 3, 2014, 4:19 pm - IP Logged

Never too far from the pair. What you do is take the number that came in and back it up 1  for ex. 354 came in, so I will minus one from each --- such as 2 4 3, so you put the 2 with the numbers such as  23,25,24,43,45,44,33,35 and the next #, you have 8 pairs now you mirror the numbers such as 3=8, 5=0 and 4=9, so you add your pairs to the number so 8 x 3 = 24 numbers to play, betcha within 5 draws in most cases one of the set will come in. The very next draw 833 came in. 

Now lets look at 184, you get 0,7,3 put with 01,08,04,71,78,74,31,38,34 now mirror numbers 1=6,8=3,4=9 now you have a total of 9 pairs x 3  for a total of 27 numbers.

833 = 722 = 78,73,28,23 mirror numbers =8=3,3=8

you get 783, 788, 733, 283, 288, 233, only 6 numbers still looking for this and don't know how well it works with doubles. I have only tested the day numbers that have in and seems to work with midday.

Another way of doing this which is simple because we are not going to use the mirror here---

You can say 354 decrease by 1 you get 243 pairs made from this is 24,23,43 now you add this to the numbers that came in you get 243, 245, 244 and so on.. 3 x3 = 9

take the same numbers 24,23,43 and minus one from the 354 you get 243 same number make your number a total of 9  (all doubles)

Now you take the same numbers 354 plus up one and add to the 24,23,43. Total of 9 numbers for a total of 27 numbers. If you leave out the doubles, a total of 18 numbers to play.

 

Do that thang

 

 

 

Let me know if you can see this as a workable system or not.

    ranman17's avatar - jzy6nr
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    I put this in a spreadsheet for you but the first method does not produce 24 number sets but rather 36 number sets.  I incorporated you second method into the spreadsheet and those results can be seen in "Set D".  I back tested a few weeks in December and saw some promise.

     

    Nice work cupcake...Thumbs Up

     

    Here you go: https://www.dropbox.com/s/hvitm8ugcg2kzyl/Back%20it%20up.xlsx

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      I put this in a spreadsheet for you but the first method does not produce 24 number sets but rather 36 number sets.  I incorporated you second method into the spreadsheet and those results can be seen in "Set D".  I back tested a few weeks in December and saw some promise.

       

      Nice work cupcake...Thumbs Up

       

      Here you go: https://www.dropbox.com/s/hvitm8ugcg2kzyl/Back%20it%20up.xlsx

      Okay, the spreadsheet is the system split could you create two separate systems. I particular like to see the second one without the mirror. There are some duplicates in the numbers, so I would say less than 36 numbers. Much appreciation for creating a system in such a timely manner.

      Thanks

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        Okay, the spreadsheet is the system split could you create two separate systems. I particular like to see the second one without the mirror. There are some duplicates in the numbers, so I would say less than 36 numbers. Much appreciation for creating a system in such a timely manner.

        Thanks

        Set "D" is the second system without the mirror...9 numbers just like you said.

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          ranman every time i try to download it from the dropbox it jumps back to my start screen. Any ideas?

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            ranman every time i try to download it from the dropbox it jumps back to my start screen. Any ideas?

            Maybe that's where it is downloading to.  If you want to PM me your email address I will send you the spreadsheet directly.

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              ranman every time i try to download it from the dropbox it jumps back to my start screen. Any ideas?

              Try this one: https://www.dropbox.com/s/hvitm8ugcg2kzyl/Back%20it%20up.xlsx

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                Maybe that's where it is downloading to.  If you want to PM me your email address I will send you the spreadsheet directly.

                Ranman, something is not right. Here's the answer to 354 and it doesn't match the spreadsheet. Try plugging it in for yourself.

                Another way of doing this which is simple because we are not going to use the mirror here---

                You can say 354 decrease by 1 you get 243 pairs made from this is 24,23,43 now you add this to the numbers that came in you get 243, 245, 244 and so on.. 3 x3 = 9

                Complete answer = 243,245,244,233,235,234,433,435,434

                take the same numbers 24,23,43 and minus one from the 354 you get 243 same number make your number a total of 9  (all doubles)

                Complete answer =  242,244,243,232,234,233,432,434,433

                Now you take the same numbers 354 plus up one 465 and add to the 24,23,43. Total of 9 numbers for a total of 27 numbers. If you leave out the doubles, a total of 18 numbers to play.

                Complete answer = 244,246,245,234,236,235,434,436,435

                1st row duplicates, part of 2nd row duplicates too so a total of 13 numbers remaining.

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                  Ranman, something is not right. Here's the answer to 354 and it doesn't match the spreadsheet. Try plugging it in for yourself.

                  Another way of doing this which is simple because we are not going to use the mirror here---

                  You can say 354 decrease by 1 you get 243 pairs made from this is 24,23,43 now you add this to the numbers that came in you get 243, 245, 244 and so on.. 3 x3 = 9

                  Complete answer = 243,245,244,233,235,234,433,435,434

                  take the same numbers 24,23,43 and minus one from the 354 you get 243 same number make your number a total of 9  (all doubles)

                  Complete answer =  242,244,243,232,234,233,432,434,433

                  Now you take the same numbers 354 plus up one 465 and add to the 24,23,43. Total of 9 numbers for a total of 27 numbers. If you leave out the doubles, a total of 18 numbers to play.

                  Complete answer = 244,246,245,234,236,235,434,436,435

                  1st row duplicates, part of 2nd row duplicates too so a total of 13 numbers remaining.

                  Give me a few.  I will check it out.

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                    OK, let me know if this is it....https://www.dropbox.com/s/hvitm8ugcg2kzyl/Back%20it%20up.xlsx

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                      Give me a few.  I will check it out.

                      if you can, do not mix the two together, I don't want to see the mirror at all. I don't see all the numbers listed as the answer. 246,236,436 not listed and some of the others.

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                        if you can, do not mix the two together, I don't want to see the mirror at all. I don't see all the numbers listed as the answer. 246,236,436 not listed and some of the others.

                        I did split them into two, check the link above.

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                          I did split them into two, check the link above.

                          ok, i did but it's missing some numbers... it doesn't match my complete answers. Also, it's showing other numbers as well,,,333 and others

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                            ok, i did but it's missing some numbers... it doesn't match my complete answers. Also, it's showing other numbers as well,,,333 and others

                            OK, I think I have it now...try this: https://www.dropbox.com/s/hvitm8ugcg2kzyl/Back%20it%20up.xlsx

                             

                            This is my last attempt for tonight I am going to bed.

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                              OK, I think I have it now...try this: https://www.dropbox.com/s/hvitm8ugcg2kzyl/Back%20it%20up.xlsx

                               

                              This is my last attempt for tonight I am going to bed.

                              Thanks. I think this may work. I need to know if this works for others too.