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Steve Player's Pick-5 game using pick-3

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TasBob's avatar - 4NJ9EUA
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    NO I gave a example.

What I saying is single Last Digits came in  55 times out of 144 draws . Last Draw 05 10 14 26 27 

last digits where 5 0 4 6 and 7 all different this happened 55 times out of 144 draws

1= one pair for example 09 11 12 18 and 28  last digits 9 1 2 8 8 The one pair numbers hit 66 out of 144 draws.

Total hits 121 from these 2 groups out of 144 draws.....

These are the 2 groups we should be playing.

Yes I think we should play more than 3 code digits.......3 code digits are leaving us short for the Big Win.

Another thing we could do is use 3 code digits plus add a few Hot/Cold/ odd/ Even digits to the mix.

We need to kick some of these things around To get a Winning System going .All of us here know it's NOT

going to be easy.

All single digits came in last night,  03 09 14 16 18 =3 9 4 6 8 This is what I'm talking about above.

The history is showing us that single digits hit a lot,and when they don't one pair will hit.

Steve Players Group left us short of the Jack Pot... this is the way I look at it.

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    All single digits came in last night,  03 09 14 16 18 =3 9 4 6 8 This is what I'm talking about above.

    The history is showing us that single digits hit a lot,and when they don't one pair will hit.

    Steve Players Group left us short of the Jack Pot... this is the way I look at it.

    In a 5/36 game 1-1-1-1-1 meaning all  last digits are different will happen every 2.5 draws or 39.6%. In Fla it's actually hitting at 40.2%

    So that means if you hit the right code you can expect no better than a 3 number hit 4/10 draws.

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      In a 5/36 game 1-1-1-1-1 meaning all  last digits are different will happen every 2.5 draws or 39.6%. In Fla it's actually hitting at 40.2%

      So that means if you hit the right code you can expect no better than a 3 number hit 4/10 draws.

      What is the % for 1 pair hitting Example 09 11 12 18 28= last digits  9  1  2  8  8 

      Now add these to groups together Will give you about 89% right?

      You see why I'm going for these 2 groups ...And we need to use 4 digits codes for better hits.

      All so looking at  other ideas from other posters here. Its not easy to hit the Jack Pot with these odds.

      What we should be looking for now is a system that hits 3 or 4 numers a lot . So were not using our

      Bank roll to play...

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          I like the key digit Looks like the code should be 0123

          All so like using all 10 numbers

          Good Luck Lets see how your Trap works

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            code 01359  Double in code =1

            03 09 10 13 33
            11 15 23 30 31
            01 05 19 21 29
            09 20 21 23 25
            03 05 20 25 31
            11 13 19 29 30
            01 10 15 20 33
            01 09 15 29 31
            03 11 19 23 33
            05 10 13 21 30 

            Good Luck6b

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              Not even sure, I'm using the correct method. The way I picked my 3 digits was using the last digits sorted low to high, boxed. 

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                What is the % for 1 pair hitting Example 09 11 12 18 28= last digits  9  1  2  8  8 

                Now add these to groups together Will give you about 89% right?

                You see why I'm going for these 2 groups ...And we need to use 4 digits codes for better hits.

                All so looking at  other ideas from other posters here. Its not easy to hit the Jack Pot with these odds.

                What we should be looking for now is a system that hits 3 or 4 numers a lot . So were not using our

                Bank roll to play...

                You're right on. The percent for 2-1-1-1 in a 5/36 game is 48%. Currently in Fla it's hitting at 48.9%.

                These stats are courtesy of my program Lotwin. Also 1-2 of these numbers will hit 70.7% of the time.

                1-3-7-9-13-15-21-25-31-33

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                  You're right on. The percent for 2-1-1-1 in a 5/36 game is 48%. Currently in Fla it's hitting at 48.9%.

                  These stats are courtesy of my program Lotwin. Also 1-2 of these numbers will hit 70.7% of the time.

                  1-3-7-9-13-15-21-25-31-33

                  Here's a Excel file of any 536 game. I finished the code today and haven't had time to go through it. I don't think there is any problems, but if you find any, I'd appreciate you letting me know.

                  Breakdown for any 536 game

                  It gives the count for the front digits, as well as the front 3, mid 3 and last 3. In other words, you have 5 front digits from 00000 to 33333. You can see the count for each of these.

                  The back digits are in twos and threes. Twos (goes from 00 to 99) says pairs. For example, 99 would be 09,19.

                  You may see a single digit in the pairs. That's not a mistake. It means there is a leading zero, like 01, 02 , 09, etc.....

                  Threes will say Trips. Same stuff. The count is for three back digits. A single digit means to two leading zeros, 001, 002, 009, and two digits mean a leading zero like 024, 027, 038....

                  Enjoy!

                  G

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                    Here's a Excel file of any 536 game. I finished the code today and haven't had time to go through it. I don't think there is any problems, but if you find any, I'd appreciate you letting me know.

                    Breakdown for any 536 game

                    It gives the count for the front digits, as well as the front 3, mid 3 and last 3. In other words, you have 5 front digits from 00000 to 33333. You can see the count for each of these.

                    The back digits are in twos and threes. Twos (goes from 00 to 99) says pairs. For example, 99 would be 09,19.

                    You may see a single digit in the pairs. That's not a mistake. It means there is a leading zero, like 01, 02 , 09, etc.....

                    Threes will say Trips. Same stuff. The count is for three back digits. A single digit means to two leading zeros, 001, 002, 009, and two digits mean a leading zero like 024, 027, 038....

                    Enjoy!

                    G

                    Here's a Excel file of any 536 game. I finished the code today and haven't had time to go through it. I don't think there is any problems, but if you find any, I'd appreciate you letting me know.

                     

                    Here's AN Excel file of any 536 game. I finished the code today and haven't had time to go through it. I don't think there ARE any problems, but if you find any, I'd appreciate you letting me know.

                     

                    Can someone please put this into a program?...C'mon ranman17 !!!!

                     

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                      Here's a Excel file of any 536 game. I finished the code today and haven't had time to go through it. I don't think there is any problems, but if you find any, I'd appreciate you letting me know.

                       

                      Here's AN Excel file of any 536 game. I finished the code today and haven't had time to go through it. I don't think there ARE any problems, but if you find any, I'd appreciate you letting me know.

                       

                      Can someone please put this into a program?...C'mon ranman17 !!!!

                       

                      Green laugh

                      Thanks for proofreading that. At least you're good for something. Green laugh

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                        Thanks for proofreading that. At least you're good for something. Green laugh

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                        It wasn't just the proofreading, but someone who can write such complex programs as yourself, make such fundamental mistakes. I may be thinking too much into the equation, I know,  but someone has to..lol


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                          It wasn't just the proofreading, but someone who can write such complex programs as yourself, make such fundamental mistakes. I may be thinking too much into the equation, I know,  but someone has to..lol

                            I wouldn't waste my time. You could find grammatical errors in 90% of the people who post.  But then again if you enjoy that, Todd could give you that job and your handle could be "onlygrammar" You'd be correcting 24/7. Green laugh

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                            The result was 001, 1-8-10-30-34

                            will replay the above tonight.

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                              It wasn't just the proofreading, but someone who can write such complex programs as yourself, make such fundamental mistakes. I may be thinking too much into the equation, I know,  but someone has to..lol

                              Thank you for the compliment sir. Yep. There are day when I reread a post and slap my head wondering who wrote it. The older I get the more I find myself reverting to the old down home country English I loathed when I was growing up.

                              G

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