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Posted: October 9, 2014, 4:31 pm - IP Logged

The clue of using the generated strings,  is to imagine all the digits as ' points' along the wave, so a draw like 009 will have wave-points  Sin(009) or Cos (009)>041211848524(0412845) or  091113026188(0913268)> Single digits in brackets can be waged using the first digit as just DRIVES or consider the points 0,0,9 (draw set) behavior during the wave-periods (THE LONG STRING) to deduce a base key> see the points 0,0,9 in the two functions , 0>412,  09>1326.     There is a lot of wiggle of the final string if you picture the wave with its points(digits).

 

 

Yes , I have a wave chart which did produce some  Straight P4 wins(Remember P4-Wave matrix Thread), I never posted the workout, think I will rather give hints  for folks to figure out.

I have one excel program where I use the .707 or rms value.  I also use the 1.414 peak from sine-wave theory.  Or 2.828 peak.

I am backtesting this with the history.

 

Ga p3 evening 559 /.707 is 7.906647808   02

790 066 664 478 808

 

 

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    Nm 

    674

    Cosln (674999

    .972684931

    972 268 849 493 931

    How about them cowboys!

     

     

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      FL p3

      315

      Cosln (315

      .994964018

      994 496 640 018

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        GA 

        546

        Cosln (546

        .993955938

        993 395 559 938

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          GA 

          546

          Cosln (546

          .993955938

          993 395 559 938

          383 hit.

          How about them cowboys!

           

           

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            FL p3

            315

            Cosln (315

            .994964018

            994 496 640 018

            FL p3

            810!!

             

            Party

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              Posted: October 27, 2014, 3:30 pm - IP Logged

              FL p3 438

              Cosln (438

              .97987412681

              979 987 741 126 681

              How about them cowboys!

               

               

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                Posted: October 29, 2014, 9:40 am - IP Logged

                Mostly no complex calculations are needed, simply add or subtract 3, or 2 or 1. Most of the time numbers differ that much. 

                Mix them up: add 321, or 123, 132, 231, 213, 312, etc.  The wins will not come up every time, so in general frequent wins will be overpowered by losses that eat up the wins, because when you win, you return what you spend on tickets and some, but once you loose, you can not recover what you spent.

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                  Posted: November 1, 2014, 11:40 am - IP Logged

                  Nm

                  018

                  .998727845

                  998 872 727 784 845

                  How about them cowboys!

                   

                   

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