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RL,

Any thoughts about the giving points to digit, would that be something you would consider for T-Lex ?

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Thanks MO pays \$300 for pick-3 and \$6K for pick-4

RL

The sum parameter is effective way of aligning digit positions. The parameter itself  carries a data (draw digits), so a recurring sum in just 100 cycles will give you clear indication of pos 1 and 2. Some go with digit deviations in subsequent draws, but the sum parameter is inherent by itself(I am not good in tracking, so prefer to keep things closer). I hope this info helps.

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Hey guys

The last few post got me thinking and I want to ask a question,  Do any of you or do you know anyone

personally that does really good playing daily games.  Your post got me thinking.  Lets say that I can

hit the front pair for pick-4, 2 out of 10 attempts.  If I play 100 lines making \$.50 bets and hit on average

of 6 times a month then 6*3000*12=\$216,000.  50*365=\$18,250 so 216,000-\$18,250=\$197,750.00 per

year.   That's enough for me to quit my day job, lol.  Anyway just wanted to know if anyone has some

insight on this.  I personally think I can do it based on my current play methods.

RL

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Hey guys

The last few post got me thinking and I want to ask a question,  Do any of you or do you know anyone

personally that does really good playing daily games.  Your post got me thinking.  Lets say that I can

hit the front pair for pick-4, 2 out of 10 attempts.  If I play 100 lines making \$.50 bets and hit on average

of 6 times a month then 6*3000*12=\$216,000.  50*365=\$18,250 so 216,000-\$18,250=\$197,750.00 per

year.   That's enough for me to quit my day job, lol.  Anyway just wanted to know if anyone has some

insight on this.  I personally think I can do it based on my current play methods.

RL

It can be done, but your yearly profit is off. You don't play every draw, you bet within spans, meaning you may wage few time frames in a month depending on your bet amount and initial bankroll. Say you wage \$50/draw, is more realistic to consider 10 draw span for a cost of \$500 with the \$3000 target in mind. You may hit before the span elapse or even have multiple hits before you move to the next picks.

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Hello guys does anyone has a str8 system for pick 3,4

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Hello guys does anyone has a str8 system for pick 3,4

goto the search engine and type folder of systems and a couple pages in look for  a a a newyork it is for str8 you just have to replace the draws for your state

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Thanks.

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If I do go for it I will play mid or eve draws 7 days a week, 365 games a year.  It would cost \$50.00 * 7

or \$350.00 per week and I will play different numbers each game.   One hit in every 60 games will break

even but I am looking for at least 4 hits in 20.  Starting tomorrow I will try to pick a front and back pair

and track which I hit most over 20 games.  After the 20 game test I will decide rather or not to go live.

RL

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I just checked the link and it worked fine, use the link on page 67 of this topic. If it still does not work then

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Let me know if you think it helps.  Last night we only had one digit in pick-3 and 2 digits in

P-4.  It's often hard to change direction in the middle of the stream so it might be best to

phase it in a little at a time until we know how well it does over time.

RL

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Let me know if you think it helps.  Last night we only had one digit in pick-3 and 2 digits in

P-4.  It's often hard to change direction in the middle of the stream so it might be best to

phase it in a little at a time until we know how well it does over time.

RL

Craig

Of course, I will. Pls give me a bit of time, ok?

Thanks.

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Let me know if you think it helps.  Last night we only had one digit in pick-3 and 2 digits in

P-4.  It's often hard to change direction in the middle of the stream so it might be best to

phase it in a little at a time until we know how well it does over time.

RL

Craig

I had a few dry runs and they didn't convince me 100%. It's true that altogether the number of C's ranges between 7 and even 14, though when I looked at them 2 at one go here the fluctuation was so great that I found it hardly possible to pinpoint the C value.It looked like a wave with a peak or dive I could not predict in any way. Perhaps you need some sort of a good feel or a lot of experience for that kind of play, too.

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The SC data should be used alongside the steps.  Some I can pin down and some are just too random

but when I use one it helps define the other.  So far I have been using it mostly on the daily games and

that might make a big difference.   Anyway, it's another tool in the box.

RL

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The SC data should be used alongside the steps.  Some I can pin down and some are just too random

but when I use one it helps define the other.  So far I have been using it mostly on the daily games and

that might make a big difference.   Anyway, it's another tool in the box.

RL

Craig

I'm afraid that it will beat me hands down using both steps and cs. Perhaps I will only check after my steps setup if the number of C's I've used in it is within the regular range or outside it.

Thanks.