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 Posted: November 28, 2014, 10:17 am - IP Logged

vertical width difference

It deals with pick 3

arrange pick 3 results in low to high order

example 591

would be 159

so last 3 draws example

591

608

725

arrange them

159

068      From 1-0 is 1.  5 to 6 is 1.  9 to 8 is 1.     This is 111

257.      From 0-2 is 2. 6 to 5 is 1. 8 to 7 is 1        This is 211

when arranged low to high

difference from 1 draw to next is usually

110,112,113,122,133,123,013,014,012

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 Posted: November 28, 2014, 10:24 am - IP Logged

vertical width difference

It deals with pick 3

arrange pick 3 results in low to high order

example 591

would be 159

so last 3 draws example

591

608

725

arrange them

159

068      From 1-0 is 1.  5 to 6 is 1.  9 to 8 is 1.     This is 111

257.      From 0-2 is 2. 6 to 5 is 1. 8 to 7 is 1        This is 211

when arranged low to high

difference from 1 draw to next is usually

110,112,113,122,133,123,013,014,012

Looks good for box system.

Unless you fish for one pattern and play it combo

example the 110 112 and 113 plays often.

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vertical width difference

It deals with pick 3

arrange pick 3 results in low to high order

example 591

would be 159

so last 3 draws example

591

608

725

arrange them

159

068      From 1-0 is 1.  5 to 6 is 1.  9 to 8 is 1.     This is 111

257.      From 0-2 is 2. 6 to 5 is 1. 8 to 7 is 1        This is 211

when arranged low to high

difference from 1 draw to next is usually

110,112,113,122,133,123,013,014,012

What's the ideal behind ' vertical width difference' ?

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 Posted: November 28, 2014, 3:43 pm - IP Logged

vertical width difference

It deals with pick 3

arrange pick 3 results in low to high order

example 591

would be 159

so last 3 draws example

591

608

725

arrange them

159

068      From 1-0 is 1.  5 to 6 is 1.  9 to 8 is 1.     This is 111

257.      From 0-2 is 2. 6 to 5 is 1. 8 to 7 is 1        This is 211

when arranged low to high

difference from 1 draw to next is usually

110,112,113,122,133,123,013,014,012

I'm not sure I understand this example.  Where did you get this string of numbers from :

110,112,113,122,133,123,013,014,012

Do you intend to play these numbers, or + add these numbers to something ??? Do you intend to add the difference, whatever it is [111, 211, etc], to the next numbers drawn ???

Please CLARIFY exactly what your intent is, with this strategy.

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 Posted: November 28, 2014, 4:51 pm - IP Logged

vertical width difference

It deals with pick 3

arrange pick 3 results in low to high order

example 591

would be 159

so last 3 draws example

591

608

725

arrange them

159

068      From 1-0 is 1.  5 to 6 is 1.  9 to 8 is 1.     This is 111

257.      From 0-2 is 2. 6 to 5 is 1. 8 to 7 is 1        This is 211

when arranged low to high

difference from 1 draw to next is usually

110,112,113,122,133,123,013,014,012

Part of the problem using your example is that your system is a +- difference system.

For example if I wanted to apply 112 to the previous draw would I use +1-1+2 or -1-1-2 ... etc.  There would be 8 different ways to +- 112 to previous draw.

I would think this would result in way too many box combos to play.

In my opinion for the Pick3/Pick4 games you are better off trying to come up with a straight system versus a box system.

Jimmy

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 Posted: November 28, 2014, 9:20 pm - IP Logged

vertical width difference

It deals with pick 3

arrange pick 3 results in low to high order

example 591

would be 159

so last 3 draws example

591

608

725

arrange them

159

068      From 1-0 is 1.  5 to 6 is 1.  9 to 8 is 1.     This is 111

257.      From 0-2 is 2. 6 to 5 is 1. 8 to 7 is 1        This is 211

when arranged low to high

difference from 1 draw to next is usually

110,112,113,122,133,123,013,014,012

There are several variations of this method detailed here at LP.

Two of the better one's I've used are Mollyg's 123 and destiny2003's two draw workout.

I liked them enough to put them in an interactive spreadsheet and posted it here:

G

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I'm not sure I understand this example.  Where did you get this string of numbers from :

110,112,113,122,133,123,013,014,012

Do you intend to play these numbers, or + add these numbers to something ??? Do you intend to add the difference, whatever it is [111, 211, etc], to the next numbers drawn ???

Please CLARIFY exactly what your intent is, with this strategy.

Lildarryl: I just read your post again. This group of numbers is supposed to be the usual difference from one draw to the next, when the numbers are arranged in ascending order.  Interesting ...

110,112,113,122,133,123,013,014,012

You would have to backtest to determine which of these patterns shows up most often on a weekly basis in your state, and what is the best day of the week to leverage off of.

Choose Mid - Mid, Eve - Eve, or Mid - Eve.

Might be more interesting to try this strategy on Pick 4.

Let's see ... For SC week of Nov. 9 - 15, 2014 -  Mid - Mid. [ascending order]

Date:             Num          Difference b/t numbers

Mon 11/10 -  0448

Tues 11/11 - 0779        0331 [Mon - Tues]

Wed 11/12 - 0116        0663  [Tues - Wed]

Thur 11/13 - 1477        1361  [Wed - Thur]

Fri    11/14 - 1567        0110  [Thur - Fri]

Sat   11/15 - 7799        6232  [Fri - Sat]

Well, maybe this idea doesn't work so well for pick 4. The only similarity I see during this first week of testing is a difference of "63".  "63" with a 0, 1, 2 [063x,163x,263x] You would re-formulate one of these Triads like this:

063x, 06x3, 0x63, x063  - you would be adding the difference "063" across the last drawing , which is arranged in ascending order, using lottery math. X stands for the digits 0 - 9.

Ex. If the next drawing is 2398 [SC  Tues. 11/18 Mid]

2398        2398      2398        2398

+063x     +06x3    +0x63     +x063

_____      _____    ______   ______

292x         29x1       2x51        x351

SC Fri 11/21 Eve - 8521 - The Triad 251 showed up.

This concept has to be Extensively Back Tested and REFINED.  I'm tired of thinking now. I'll get back to this later.

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Lildarryl: I just read your post again. This group of numbers is supposed to be the usual difference from one draw to the next, when the numbers are arranged in ascending order.  Interesting ...

110,112,113,122,133,123,013,014,012

You would have to backtest to determine which of these patterns shows up most often on a weekly basis in your state, and what is the best day of the week to leverage off of.

Choose Mid - Mid, Eve - Eve, or Mid - Eve.

Might be more interesting to try this strategy on Pick 4.

Let's see ... For SC week of Nov. 9 - 15, 2014 -  Mid - Mid. [ascending order]

Date:             Num          Difference b/t numbers

Mon 11/10 -  0448

Tues 11/11 - 0779        0331 [Mon - Tues]

Wed 11/12 - 0116        0663  [Tues - Wed]

Thur 11/13 - 1477        1361  [Wed - Thur]

Fri    11/14 - 1567        0110  [Thur - Fri]

Sat   11/15 - 7799        6232  [Fri - Sat]

Well, maybe this idea doesn't work so well for pick 4. The only similarity I see during this first week of testing is a difference of "63".  "63" with a 0, 1, 2 [063x,163x,263x] You would re-formulate one of these Triads like this:

063x, 06x3, 0x63, x063  - you would be adding the difference "063" across the last drawing , which is arranged in ascending order, using lottery math. X stands for the digits 0 - 9.

Ex. If the next drawing is 2398 [SC  Tues. 11/18 Mid]

2398        2398      2398        2398

+063x     +06x3    +0x63     +x063

_____      _____    ______   ______

292x         29x1       2x51        x351

SC Fri 11/21 Eve - 8521 - The Triad 251 showed up.

This concept has to be Extensively Back Tested and REFINED.  I'm tired of thinking now. I'll get back to this later.

Interesting.  But too much of a headache. I feel ya.  I worked on it. Last night. After seeing it produced too many box numbers. I threw papers away

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There are several variations of this method detailed here at LP.

Two of the better one's I've used are Mollyg's 123 and destiny2003's two draw workout.

I liked them enough to put them in an interactive spreadsheet and posted it here:

G

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Cool

Did this do what you needed? Let me know,

Pogo :-)

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We have the "HORIZONTAL DIFFERENCE" going on in Michigan !!!

Number drawn has 1 digit "in order" and  "in between" the next.

10/27/14:   246  (2 3 4 5 6)

11/09/14:   791  (8 9 0 1)

11/10/14:  680  (6 7 8 9 0)

11/18/14:   579  (5  67 9)

11/29/14:  246   (2 3  4  5 6(Today was also a repeat of 10/27)

11/11/14:   937  (9 012 3 456 7)  This was interesting, exactly 3 in between, in order.

11/23/14:   159  (1 234 5 678 9)  Again here.

Pretty Wild!  So that being said, I should have played 246 today, but did not because I'm an idiot!

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We have the "HORIZONTAL DIFFERENCE" going on in Michigan !!!

Number drawn has 1 digit "in order" and  "in between" the next.

10/27/14:   246  (2 3 4 5 6)

11/09/14:   791  (8 9 0 1)

11/10/14:  680  (6 7 8 9 0)

11/18/14:   579  (5  67 9)

11/29/14:  246   (2 3  4  5 6(Today was also a repeat of 10/27)

11/11/14:   937  (9 012 3 456 7)  This was interesting, exactly 3 in between, in order.

11/23/14:   159  (1 234 5 678 9)  Again here.

Pretty Wild!  So that being said, I should have played 246 today, but did not because I'm an idiot!

Wow

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Wow

I know, trick is deciding on the right set of numbers and when to do it.

I'm sure there's a state with the "Diagonal Difference" as well.  I'm still steaming about that repeat 246 today.

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