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Who Can Do This Kind Of Chart/analyzer for JP games ?

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Posted: January 25, 2014, 4:46 pm - IP Logged

Not being a pick3 or pick4 player I've never used the Inspector program.  What is it you expect a Inspector JP tool to do and how would you expect to use it?  Not being a premium member I couldn't use it even if it existed.

I finished my workout today for pick 5 in record time, so I am posting early.

I feel like the lotto gods are trying to restore me to my past (delusional) glory. I feel the sight is coming back.

A suppose an Inspector JP tool, would give you the best boxes and best straights for any state, for any time period, quickly, without so much leg work.

I would like to use the Inspector tool, but time is a limiting factor when you play to man JP games.  I think the Chief systems are good, but when you are building your own system, any other system is nothing more than a distraction, unless, you happened to think of the Inspector system and then by providence or coincidence, or by serendipity, find this same system you thought of on LP.

What is it you expect a Inspector JP tool to do and how would you expect to use it?

 

I would expect to use it by it helping me to place a winning wager perhaps.

But maybe MaringoMan is correct.  Maybe anybody coming to Lp for a System is just a Sucker.

    Igamble's avatar - spider
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    Posted: January 25, 2014, 11:28 pm - IP Logged

    Not being a pick3 or pick4 player I've never used the Inspector program.  What is it you expect a Inspector JP tool to do and how would you expect to use it?  Not being a premium member I couldn't use it even if it existed.

    This is what INSPECTOR 3/4 Is capable of reporting  ! depending on the user ability it cab be used in many different ways,For me is not a system but one of the foundations  from where i start building my workouts using some other system(s).

    I know there are 20times a standard user can use this for free...so maybe you can check it out ...

    Lottery Post's Inspector 3 system is designed to inspect a list of Pick 3 combinations and tabulate them according to a series of classifications, allowing you to see if the combinations and the digits they contain are biased in any way.  The Inspector 3 system does not create the initial set of Pick 3 combinations; you input the combinations from whatever source(s) you like, and it will process them.  In addition, the Inspector 3 system can automatically generate a list of combinations based on predictions and/or past results.  (Use the popup menus on the Predictions and Results pages to generate the combinations in this manner.)

    Below are specific instructions for using Inspector 3.  If you need additional assistance, try posting questions to the Pick 3 forum, where other Lottery Post will be more than happy to help.

    • You must be a Gold or Platinum member to have unlimited use of the Inspector 3 system.
    • Standard members have a free trial period of 20 uses before the system is locked.  Each time you click the Inspect Combinations button, your allowed usage is reduced by one.
    • You can enter between 1 and 10,000 combinations to inspect.
    • High/Low tabulates how many high digits (5-9) and low digits (0-4) the combination has.
    • Even/Odd tabulates how many even digits (0, 2, 4, 6, 8) and odd digits (1, 3, 5, 7, 9) the combination has.
    • Sums calculates the sum of the three digits in the combination.  e.g., the sum of the combination 1-2-3 is 6 (1 + 2 + 3 = 6).
    • Root Sums calculates the root sum of the three digits in the combination.  e.g., the root sum of the combination 7-5-7 is 1 (7 + 5 + 7 = 19, 1 + 9 = 10, 1 + 0 = 1).
    • Sum Last Digit calculates the last digit of the sum of the three digits in the combination.  e.g., the sum of the combination 7-8-9 is 24 (7 + 8 + 9 = 24), so the Sum Last Digit is 4.
    • Key Number tabulates if the combination contains a key number in at least one of the digits.  e.g., 1-2-3 contains the key number 2, but the combination 4-5-6 does not.
    • Pairs indicates which pairs (2-digit combinations) are included within each combination.  There are a total of 55 different pairs, always listed with the low number first.  There are three pairs in every Pick 3 combination: (1) the first two digits, (2) the first and third digit, and (3) the last two digits.
    • Number Type tabulates if the combination is a single (ABC - all three different digits), double (AAB - contains only two unique numbers), or a triple (AAA - all digits are the same).
    • Ignoring Duplicates - Inspector 3 has an optional filtering system that can remove duplicate combinations from your list.  Selecting the first check box, Ignore duplicate combinations, will only include the first instance of a combination which is repeated in the input list.  (In this case, duplicates are identified based on a straight match, not box combination.)
    • If you select the second check box, Also ignore duplicate box combinations, then any given box combination appearing in your input list will only be inspected once.
    • If you select the third check box, Remove duplicates from the input list, then in addition to ignoring duplicates during the inspection process, any duplicates will be deleted from the input box.  If you do not check this box, then any duplicate combinations will remain in the input box, even though they were not inspected.
    • Compressed Results - If you select this option zero values are not shown in the final report. For example, if there are no triples in the list of combinations, selecting this option will hide the report entry for "Triples: 0%".  This option is especially good for small lists of combinations, when there will be many empty (zero) entries in the final report.

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      RJOh's avatar - chipmunk
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      Posted: January 26, 2014, 1:23 pm - IP Logged

      Other members have tried to apply their success with the pick3/4 games to jackpot games, it will interesting to see how successful your are.  Good luck.

       * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
         
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        Igamble's avatar - spider
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        Posted: January 26, 2014, 2:03 pm - IP Logged

        if there was a way to play cash 5 in all states i could b very succesfull..well we do have PB/MM so will b luck+making sure i play the numbers+improving strategy.