Iowa United States Member #158091 August 11, 2014 53 Posts Offline

Posted: November 18, 2014, 8:25 pm - IP Logged

The "Infamous $99 Wheel" gives 8 sets of numbers and of those it guarantees one set will have 2 of 3 winning numbers for the next draw as long as the result is not a double or triple. Running back tests it seems to perform as stated, even when a double falls it will sometimes contain two of the three digits for the next draw. It's obviously a wheeling system but how does it work and what is the math behind it?

South Carolina United States Member #18322 July 9, 2005 1778 Posts Offline

Posted: November 18, 2014, 11:46 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by Rocko2x on November 18, 2014

The "Infamous $99 Wheel" gives 8 sets of numbers and of those it guarantees one set will have 2 of 3 winning numbers for the next draw as long as the result is not a double or triple. Running back tests it seems to perform as stated, even when a double falls it will sometimes contain two of the three digits for the next draw. It's obviously a wheeling system but how does it work and what is the math behind it?

11-18-14

101

11-17-14

697

270, 387, 432, 471, 408, 013, 569, 821

11-16-14

368

073, 187, 910, 972, 938, 321, 465, 802

11-15-14

916

306, 490, 543, 502, 569, 624, 718, 932

11-14-14

552

857, 945, 198, 150, 174, 709, 263, 480

11-13-14

480

196, 289, 521, 593, 568, 632, 704, 813

11-12-14

075

048, 154, 210, 249, 285, 891, 763, 509

11-11-14

744

048, 154, 210, 249, 285, 891, 763, 509

11-10-14

121

514, 621, 865, 817, 842, 476, 903, 257

11-09-14

168

371, 487, 543, 572, 518, 124, 069, 832

11-08-14

673

073, 167, 210, 279, 236, 391, 458, 609

11-07-14

851

295, 379, 132, 194, 157, 543, 860, 724

11-06-14

275

062, 976, 890, 861, 827, 219, 354, 701

11-05-14

555

059, 165, 810, 852, 896, 921, 347, 602

11-04-14

547

058, 165, 910, 952, 986, 821, 347, 602

11-03-14

147

064, 856, 180, 169, 145, 498, 732, 509

11-02-14

523

836, 943, 798, 730, 764, 609, 125, 480

11-01-14

222

529, 632, 865, 827, 893, 976, 014, 357

10-31-14

159

207, 390, 632, 604, 679, 743, 815, 924

10-30-14

682

075, 187, 410, 473, 458, 531, 962, 803

10-29-14

320

629, 712, 876, 825, 891, 957, 430, 165

10-28-14

225

826, 932, 098, 027, 063, 679, 541, 387

10-27-14

807

381, 498, 543, 582, 519, 124, 670, 932

10-26-14

629

386, 478, 243, 285, 267, 654, 910, 735

10-25-14

644

042, 154, 810, 849, 825, 291, 763, 509

10-24-14

177

475, 387, 234, 270, 258, 503, 169, 840

What difference does it make, about the math behind it ??? 2 out of 3 [a PAIR] is NOT a win. In a group of 8 numbers, you still have No Idea which number in the group contains 2/3 [a Pair], and which pair might be the potential winning pair, that you would use to attach the digits (0 - 9).

Your Example:

11/15/14 - 306, 490, 543, 502, 569, 625, 718, 932

1) What's the point of playing all 8 of these numbers, b/c you're only guaranteed 2/3 [A Pair] will Hit. You don't know which Pair, from which number! Is it 30, 06,36, 49, 90, 40, etc...??? You see my point ??!! You have to find the right pair, from the right number, and attach the digits 0 - 9.

From your example, It just so happens, that the correct pair on this day was 36. Well, who would have known to play that particular pair ???

Simi Valley, CA United States Member #156940 July 4, 2014 722 Posts Offline

Posted: November 19, 2014, 12:13 am - IP Logged

Ah, the illusion of numbers....

Here's a trick: take all ten digits - 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Now, in any - absolutely any - order, make three columns, one three digits tall, one four digits tall, the last three digits tall. For example....

8 3 6 0 7 1 5 4 2 9

Now, you have a "strategy" for play (singles only). Just play the right numbers, one from each column, until you hit.

And an added bonus: you have a total of twelve pairs running up and down... only about 1/4th of all the available singles pairs. And yet... every single time without exception that you fail to hit going across, you still get a winning pair! No matter what!

But I say "strategy" in quotes because... good luck getting anything like consistency out of this... not to mention turning one pair out of twelve you can't identify into a winning play....

Yes indeed, the wonderful illusion of numbers!

We have no dreams at all, or interesting ones. We should learn to be awake the same way—not at all, or in an interesting manner. -- Friedrich Nietzsche

Iowa United States Member #158091 August 11, 2014 53 Posts Offline

Posted: November 19, 2014, 1:32 am - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by destinycreation on November 18, 2014

What difference does it make, about the math behind it ??? 2 out of 3 [a PAIR] is NOT a win. In a group of 8 numbers, you still have No Idea which number in the group contains 2/3 [a Pair], and which pair might be the potential winning pair, that you would use to attach the digits (0 - 9).

Your Example:

11/15/14 - 306, 490, 543, 502, 569, 625, 718, 932

1) What's the point of playing all 8 of these numbers, b/c you're only guaranteed 2/3 [A Pair] will Hit. You don't know which Pair, from which number! Is it 30, 06,36, 49, 90, 40, etc...??? You see my point ??!! You have to find the right pair, from the right number, and attach the digits 0 - 9.

From your example, It just so happens, that the correct pair on this day was 36. Well, who would have known to play that particular pair ???

Thanks for your input destiny, but im not interested in a system for producing wins. This is why I posted this in the math forum and not the system forum. I like to analyze numbers and patterns, I always have. If I can get a better understanding of why this system/wheel works than maybe I can expand on it to make something that will work for me.

That's what I like to do, I like to find systems & patterns that produce results and try to expand on them. This is why it makes a difference to me. You are correct that out of the 24 pairs each set produces that it would be impossible to determine which pair to play but you are foolish in assuming I would try to play all 8 sets or all 24 pairs to try to produce a win. 2 out of 3 is a start and I would like to better understand why and how it works.

Here's a trick: take all ten digits - 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Now, in any - absolutely any - order, make three columns, one three digits tall, one four digits tall, the last three digits tall. For example....

8 3 6 0 7 1 5 4 2 9

Now, you have a "strategy" for play (singles only). Just play the right numbers, one from each column, until you hit.

And an added bonus: you have a total of twelve pairs running up and down... only about 1/4th of all the available singles pairs. And yet... every single time without exception that you fail to hit going across, you still get a winning pair! No matter what!

But I say "strategy" in quotes because... good luck getting anything like consistency out of this... not to mention turning one pair out of twelve you can't identify into a winning play....

Yes indeed, the wonderful illusion of numbers!

Interesting PeerGynt.. Yes numbers can be very tricky indeed. Let see if I understand this correctly, going with your 4/3/3 columns:

I know you said this isn't a winning strategy, which isn't what I'm looking for, just looking for something that shows semi results for the moment that I can hopefully expand upon. Please let me know if I misinterpreted what you posted. Thank you for the reply.

Simi Valley, CA United States Member #156940 July 4, 2014 722 Posts Offline

Posted: November 19, 2014, 9:14 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by Rocko2x on November 19, 2014

Thanks for your input destiny, but im not interested in a system for producing wins. This is why I posted this in the math forum and not the system forum. I like to analyze numbers and patterns, I always have. If I can get a better understanding of why this system/wheel works than maybe I can expand on it to make something that will work for me.

That's what I like to do, I like to find systems & patterns that produce results and try to expand on them. This is why it makes a difference to me. You are correct that out of the 24 pairs each set produces that it would be impossible to determine which pair to play but you are foolish in assuming I would try to play all 8 sets or all 24 pairs to try to produce a win. 2 out of 3 is a start and I would like to better understand why and how it works.

Here's a trick: take all ten digits - 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Now, in any - absolutely any - order, make three columns, one three digits tall, one four digits tall, the last three digits tall. For example....

8 3 6 0 7 1 5 4 2 9

Now, you have a "strategy" for play (singles only). Just play the right numbers, one from each column, until you hit.

And an added bonus: you have a total of twelve pairs running up and down... only about 1/4th of all the available singles pairs. And yet... every single time without exception that you fail to hit going across, you still get a winning pair! No matter what!

But I say "strategy" in quotes because... good luck getting anything like consistency out of this... not to mention turning one pair out of twelve you can't identify into a winning play....

Yes indeed, the wonderful illusion of numbers!

Interesting PeerGynt.. Yes numbers can be very tricky indeed. Let see if I understand this correctly, going with your 4/3/3 columns:

I know you said this isn't a winning strategy, which isn't what I'm looking for, just looking for something that shows semi results for the moment that I can hopefully expand upon. Please let me know if I misinterpreted what you posted. Thank you for the reply.

Yes, that's correct, Rocko. I hope you can make it work for you.

We have no dreams at all, or interesting ones. We should learn to be awake the same way—not at all, or in an interesting manner. -- Friedrich Nietzsche

Kentucky United States Member #32652 February 14, 2006 7575 Posts Online

Posted: December 2, 2014, 12:21 am - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by Rocko2x on November 18, 2014

The "Infamous $99 Wheel" gives 8 sets of numbers and of those it guarantees one set will have 2 of 3 winning numbers for the next draw as long as the result is not a double or triple. Running back tests it seems to perform as stated, even when a double falls it will sometimes contain two of the three digits for the next draw. It's obviously a wheeling system but how does it work and what is the math behind it?

11-18-14

101

11-17-14

697

270, 387, 432, 471, 408, 013, 569, 821

11-16-14

368

073, 187, 910, 972, 938, 321, 465, 802

11-15-14

916

306, 490, 543, 502, 569, 624, 718, 932

11-14-14

552

857, 945, 198, 150, 174, 709, 263, 480

11-13-14

480

196, 289, 521, 593, 568, 632, 704, 813

11-12-14

075

048, 154, 210, 249, 285, 891, 763, 509

11-11-14

744

048, 154, 210, 249, 285, 891, 763, 509

11-10-14

121

514, 621, 865, 817, 842, 476, 903, 257

11-09-14

168

371, 487, 543, 572, 518, 124, 069, 832

11-08-14

673

073, 167, 210, 279, 236, 391, 458, 609

11-07-14

851

295, 379, 132, 194, 157, 543, 860, 724

11-06-14

275

062, 976, 890, 861, 827, 219, 354, 701

11-05-14

555

059, 165, 810, 852, 896, 921, 347, 602

11-04-14

547

058, 165, 910, 952, 986, 821, 347, 602

11-03-14

147

064, 856, 180, 169, 145, 498, 732, 509

11-02-14

523

836, 943, 798, 730, 764, 609, 125, 480

11-01-14

222

529, 632, 865, 827, 893, 976, 014, 357

10-31-14

159

207, 390, 632, 604, 679, 743, 815, 924

10-30-14

682

075, 187, 410, 473, 458, 531, 962, 803

10-29-14

320

629, 712, 876, 825, 891, 957, 430, 165

10-28-14

225

826, 932, 098, 027, 063, 679, 541, 387

10-27-14

807

381, 498, 543, 582, 519, 124, 670, 932

10-26-14

629

386, 478, 243, 285, 267, 654, 910, 735

10-25-14

644

042, 154, 810, 849, 825, 291, 763, 509

10-24-14

177

475, 387, 234, 270, 258, 503, 169, 840

It works because mathematically it takes 8 lines to create a guaranteed 2 if 3 of 10 number wheel. Why is it called the "$99 Wheel" when it can be played for $4?