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# Position / Ordering check up

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Florida
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With my particular brand of workouts, finding good numbers is much less of a problem as ordering them. For example, here's a 10 set pattern. It's based on doubles. When a double hits, that's a trigger to start playing a set of numbers. I'll use a real world (Florida) example.

On 7/3 EVE 6-4-6 hit

For the purpose of this example, we'll only use the double number six. Here's the workout:

Position A: 6

Position B: 6 +1 and -1 = 5, 7

Position C: 6 -4, -3, +0, +2, +3 = 2, 3, 6, 8, 9

There would be ten sets and they'd look like this:

6-5-2
6-5-3
6-5-6
6-5-8
6-5-9
6-7-2
6-7-3
6-7-6
6-7-8
6-7-9

2-6-7 hit on 7/5/ EVE. Well, it hit boxed, and thus, my problem. I've come up with pattern after pattern that hits more often than not but it won't make money because there's a 5 out of 6 chance that its in the wrong order. Before you go testing the above system, you should know its based on Florida. I wrote a script that finds each double occurrence for five years, then finds the optimal deviation that occurred based on the double (within X days, I've tried several lengths).

So I figure that maybe someone has a really good ordering method I could try... At least any ideas. I've wrote about this before but it can't hurt to get a check up.

district federal
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Thank You for your workout. I have been doing this. It works like this.

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652 6-5=(1), 5-2=(3), 2-6=(4) the position for this number is 134

653 6-5=(1), 5-3=(2), 3-6=(3) the position for this number is 123

656 6-5=(1), 5-6=(1), 6-6=(0) the position for this number is 110

Any Questions ???

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672 6-7=(1), 7-2=(5), 2-6=(4) the position for this number is 154

267 2-6=(4), 6-7=(1), 7-2=(5) the position for this number is 415

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With my particular brand of workouts, finding good numbers is much less of a problem as ordering them. For example, here's a 10 set pattern. It's based on doubles. When a double hits, that's a trigger to start playing a set of numbers. I'll use a real world (Florida) example.

On 7/3 EVE 6-4-6 hit

For the purpose of this example, we'll only use the double number six. Here's the workout:

Position A: 6

Position B: 6 +1 and -1 = 5, 7

Position C: 6 -4, -3, +0, +2, +3 = 2, 3, 6, 8, 9

There would be ten sets and they'd look like this:

6-5-2
6-5-3
6-5-6
6-5-8
6-5-9
6-7-2
6-7-3
6-7-6
6-7-8
6-7-9

2-6-7 hit on 7/5/ EVE. Well, it hit boxed, and thus, my problem. I've come up with pattern after pattern that hits more often than not but it won't make money because there's a 5 out of 6 chance that its in the wrong order. Before you go testing the above system, you should know its based on Florida. I wrote a script that finds each double occurrence for five years, then finds the optimal deviation that occurred based on the double (within X days, I've tried several lengths).

So I figure that maybe someone has a really good ordering method I could try... At least any ideas. I've wrote about this before but it can't hurt to get a check up.

Permutate your 10 sets which make you play 30 numbers in order to guaranty 100% a staight win.

GOOD LUCK EVERYONE

Winning is great.
bel air maryland
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 Posted: July 12, 2015, 8:31 pm - IP Logged

With my particular brand of workouts, finding good numbers is much less of a problem as ordering them. For example, here's a 10 set pattern. It's based on doubles. When a double hits, that's a trigger to start playing a set of numbers. I'll use a real world (Florida) example.

On 7/3 EVE 6-4-6 hit

For the purpose of this example, we'll only use the double number six. Here's the workout:

Position A: 6

Position B: 6 +1 and -1 = 5, 7

Position C: 6 -4, -3, +0, +2, +3 = 2, 3, 6, 8, 9

There would be ten sets and they'd look like this:

6-5-2
6-5-3
6-5-6
6-5-8
6-5-9
6-7-2
6-7-3
6-7-6
6-7-8
6-7-9

2-6-7 hit on 7/5/ EVE. Well, it hit boxed, and thus, my problem. I've come up with pattern after pattern that hits more often than not but it won't make money because there's a 5 out of 6 chance that its in the wrong order. Before you go testing the above system, you should know its based on Florida. I wrote a script that finds each double occurrence for five years, then finds the optimal deviation that occurred based on the double (within X days, I've tried several lengths).

So I figure that maybe someone has a really good ordering method I could try... At least any ideas. I've wrote about this before but it can't hurt to get a check up.

Track what position the lowest # hits.  Then switch the 2 other #'s  between the remaining positions. Two combos to play.  Example, your # is 123.  You think the 1 will be in the 2nd pos. You play 213, 312.  If the 1 hits in the middle, you win straight.

"You can observe a lot just by watching." Yogi Berra, Hall of Fame baseball player.

The numbers will tell you what numbers to play. Pay attention to the numbers.

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