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# Position / Ordering check up

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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.

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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 makes me smile.
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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.

Don't just think outside the box, crush it.

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