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# Texas Triple Chance

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San Angelo, Texas
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Winning the top prize in Texas Triple Chance \$2 game using a personal workout is going to be a challenge.
The game is different from others because to win the \$100,000 jackpot a player must match 7 of 10 numbers drawn from a field of 55 numbers.
Matching 6/10 pays \$500, 5/10 \$25. 4/10 \$5 and 3/10 \$2.
No one has hit the jackpot in 6 drawings as of Oct. 3.
The \$2 fee provides 2 free combinations for a total of three chances per drawing.
The game is played 6 days per week with drawings at 10:27 p.m.

I have set up a Substitution workout I think could be beneficial.
Following standard procedures, I've constructed a variety of tracking and trend charts that I believe will help me make the right choices.
A reminder - Substitution is not a prediction system.
It's a paper and pencil workout where a User evaluates appropriate trend data lines and uses available clues to find the best answers to the "What's Next" question.
The 10 integers drawn presents problems generating Alpha Signatures.
The best division seems to be First 4, Middle 2, and Last 4.
Thus far, ABBB seems popular in the First 4 field, while DEEF would be a good choice for
Last 4. The middle pairs CD, CC and DD could be winners.
However, using Alpha-Numeric substitution is not recommended, at this time.
Wheeling seems to be the best option.
The Substitution workout requires 3 integers be chosen from each Decade.
Choosing 3 integers each from decades A, B, C, D and E would provide 15 integers.
There are only 6 integers in Decade F.
Therefore, only two integers would come from Decade F.
This provides 17 total integers as a standard rule to meet workout requirements.
I've found an appropriate Pick 7 wheel that will generate 3 sets.
Cost of play will be \$6 minimum per drawing.
Personally, I intend to start playing this game in lieu of Texas Cash 5, but not everyday.
I'm a Standard member and can't posts tickets, but, I'll try to reveal my choices prior
to a drawing.
Be interesting to know what other system players plan to do, if anything.

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Hello Bobby623 I Am Ready And I Am interesting Right Now

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Here is a recommended Texas Triple Chance worksheet.

Decade A = 1 - 9
Decade B = 10 - 19
Decade C = 20 - 29
Decade D = 30 - 39
Decade E = 40 - 49
Decade F = 50 - 55

a. Draw Date
b. Winning integers in numerical order (10 integers, 10 columns)
c. First 4 Alpha Signatures (4 letters, 4 columns)
d. Middle 2 Alpha Signatures (2 letters, 2 columns)
e. Last 4 Alpha Signatures (4 letters, 4 columns)
Inventory (ABCDEF, 6 columns)

Texas Triple Chance.
a.      b.                                        c.       d.  e.      ABCDEF

SE28 2 11 13 19 20 28 32 36 37 49 ABBB CC DDDE 132310
SE29 21 22 26 27 30 31 32 44 46 55 CCCC DD DEEF 004321
SE30 4 12 15 18 20 32 39 47 48 53 ABBB CD DEEF 131221
OC01 18 26 27 31 32 36 38 42 50 54 BCCD DD DEFF 012412
OC02 4 6 10 13 20 26 27 35 48 52 AABB CC CDEF 223111
OC03 1 12 20 22 25 32 33 44 48 52 ABCC CD DEEF 113221

(Will line up properly when data is logged on standard graph paper)

The Inventory is determined by counting the number of letters for each
Decade represented in the Alpha Signatures.
EX: 132310 = 1 A, 3 Bs, 2 Cs, 3 Ds, 1 E, 0 F

More coming.

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Here is a recommended Texas Triple Chance worksheet.

Decade A = 1 - 9
Decade B = 10 - 19
Decade C = 20 - 29
Decade D = 30 - 39
Decade E = 40 - 49
Decade F = 50 - 55

a. Draw Date
b. Winning integers in numerical order (10 integers, 10 columns)
c. First 4 Alpha Signatures (4 letters, 4 columns)
d. Middle 2 Alpha Signatures (2 letters, 2 columns)
e. Last 4 Alpha Signatures (4 letters, 4 columns)
Inventory (ABCDEF, 6 columns)

Texas Triple Chance.
a.      b.                                        c.       d.  e.      ABCDEF

SE28 2 11 13 19 20 28 32 36 37 49 ABBB CC DDDE 132310
SE29 21 22 26 27 30 31 32 44 46 55 CCCC DD DEEF 004321
SE30 4 12 15 18 20 32 39 47 48 53 ABBB CD DEEF 131221
OC01 18 26 27 31 32 36 38 42 50 54 BCCD DD DEFF 012412
OC02 4 6 10 13 20 26 27 35 48 52 AABB CC CDEF 223111
OC03 1 12 20 22 25 32 33 44 48 52 ABCC CD DEEF 113221

(Will line up properly when data is logged on standard graph paper)

The Inventory is determined by counting the number of letters for each
Decade represented in the Alpha Signatures.
EX: 132310 = 1 A, 3 Bs, 2 Cs, 3 Ds, 1 E, 0 F

More coming.

Just curious Bobby. Have you ever thought about color coding this in excel?

i need to wait a few more games to determine a pattern .....

Stay In The Vortex, you'll be happy you did ..... Random? Seriously? You want me to believe that?

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Just curious Bobby. Have you ever thought about color coding this in excel?

i need to wait a few more games to determine a pattern .....

Hi, Sky
I don't think color codes present any kind of advantage, per se.
I don't know how to write Excel codes, and it's a little late in life, for me, to think about learning it.
Alpha-Numeric substitution has its merits. I used it for years before I figured out there are other ways to track a game.
You know, of course, that just logging drawings is just the beginning.
There are a dozen or more supporting trend charts one has to generate in order to make good choices on what to play.
But, like you, I just need to wait for more drawings.
I'm really anxious to see if the Pick 7 wheel will provide some winners.

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Bobby

it will be interesting indeed. I write code fairly well   IMHO color coding makes it easier for mr and quicker to find the patterns. What's your game of choice?  I'll figure out the formulas and give you an example if you like ?  Don't want to talk you into something   It will still be your ABCDEF just coded. For an example when te Two Step starts running in the 30's you can spot the ABC quickly

Stay In The Vortex, you'll be happy you did ..... Random? Seriously? You want me to believe that?

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Actually the. Triple chance has had 6 draws.  Hmmm I'll plug around with it and see what I can see when I get some free time.  I normally "like" 50 draws for a decent pattern.  100 is even better but I only look at the last 3 to do my homework   I'll let you know......

Stay In The Vortex, you'll be happy you did ..... Random? Seriously? You want me to believe that?

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Bobby

it will be interesting indeed. I write code fairly well   IMHO color coding makes it easier for mr and quicker to find the patterns. What's your game of choice?  I'll figure out the formulas and give you an example if you like ?  Don't want to talk you into something   It will still be your ABCDEF just coded. For an example when te Two Step starts running in the 30's you can spot the ABC quickly

I use a substitution workout for all the games I play. I think it will work for Triple Chance.
I'm in every day!
I'm hoping for good results in tonight's Two-Step drawing.
Last Thursday, I used my trend charts to choose 11 integers which I wheeled into 11 combinations.
I hit 10-15-21 and 31.
Had one line with 10-15-31 for \$20.
I missed the bonus ball.
Usually, I play Pick 3, straights only, once per day.
I appreciate your offer but I'm happy with my current workout.
Winsumlosesum has attempted to convert my way of doing things into Excel charts, but we never seem to
reach a conclusion.
I have posted the details of my workout (It's not a system) many times.
TC might be a good game for my workout.
We will just have to wait and see.

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Bobby

it will be interesting indeed. I write code fairly well   IMHO color coding makes it easier for mr and quicker to find the patterns. What's your game of choice?  I'll figure out the formulas and give you an example if you like ?  Don't want to talk you into something   It will still be your ABCDEF just coded. For an example when te Two Step starts running in the 30's you can spot the ABC quickly

Larry,

If you decide to play around with it, there are 791 alpha patterns in a 7/55. Didn't bother with the 10 number pattern (you only need 7 to win).

Actually going to be a bit of work to get totals on all the patterns.

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Hi guys

In my old DMP program it had a groups option.  The pool was divided by 10.  Depending on the pool size

all 10 groups had the same amount of numbers but if the pool could not be divided equally then 1 was

added and the numbers were distributed evenly to 9 of the groups and the remainder would be placed

into the 10th group.  Example.  My 5/39 / 10 = 3.9 so the first 9 groups had 4 numbers and in the 10th

were placed 3 numbers.  9*4=36 so group 10 was reduced to 37-38-39.  The player would first try to

guess/predict how many groups would show in the next game.  Most pick-5 would be 3, 4 or 5 groups.

Next the player would try and select the groups to put into play.  Here is a sample taken from my 5-39.

These were then wheeled and filtered.  This method does not require the user to select which numbers

from the each group to put into play.   Putting 5 groups into play produced 1024 unfiltered lines with one

JP and many second and third level prizes provided the correct groups were selected.

There are a total of 120, 3-group patterns, 210, 4-group patterns and 252, 5-group patterns to choose from.

RL

ABCDEFGHIJ
----------
1011011000 = ACDFG = 5 groups
0001100201 = DEHHJ = 4 groups
1012100000 = ACDDE = 4 groups
2001000011 = ETC..
0002010011
1101100100
1011110000
2010000110
0011000201
0003010010
0210000110
0001101110
1001000012
0111000011
1012001000
1001100101
0011010110
0010020011
2001100010
1100200001
0200010020
1011001100

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I will consider the opinion that my winnings are a product of chance if you are willing to consider

they are not.  Many great discoveries come while searching for something else

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Here is a pic of a old tool I put up for download several years back.  This is a custom group tool

with analysis that allowed putting up to 6 numbers into each group.  Not sure it ever caught on

but I thought it was good.

RL

Working on my Ph.D.  "University of hard Knocks"

I will consider the opinion that my winnings are a product of chance if you are willing to consider

they are not.  Many great discoveries come while searching for something else

Trump / 2016 & 2020

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Here is another tool that might work well with this method.  It has no analysis but can wheel

your selections and I think winsum still has a copy of the program I uploaded.  It is one of the

right.

RL

Working on my Ph.D.  "University of hard Knocks"

I will consider the opinion that my winnings are a product of chance if you are willing to consider

they are not.  Many great discoveries come while searching for something else

Trump / 2016 & 2020

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Here is another tool that might work well with this method.  It has no analysis but can wheel

your selections and I think winsum still has a copy of the program I uploaded.  It is one of the

right.

RL

Check my Blog.  I posted all the links to the Rl Tools programs.  Trying to keep it one place.

bgonÃ§alves
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Hello, good after the pattern of the 6 letters in the pattern of the last digit
Terminations 0 to 9 in each group
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
A b c d e f g h i  j   l
We have two conditions of patterns the previous standard 6 groups of letters and then groups the last, like crossing the two factors

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Larry,

If you decide to play around with it, there are 791 alpha patterns in a 7/55. Didn't bother with the 10 number pattern (you only need 7 to win).

Actually going to be a bit of work to get totals on all the patterns.

G,

I'll mess with it just to see. This may seem a little strange ... Okay a lot strange lol   I don't look at really anything most folks look at. I used to but was hurting myself in the end   I don't look at frequency, odds, combinations , hot/cold etc.... I only found them to be a SWAG   Simpke Wild Ass Guess lol.  I'd rather be sure and yes you CAN be sure about certain numbers "by position"   If I could only slow down long enough to study instead of building sheets and playing I believe it would be extreamly beneficial. I'd love to put a team of a few trusted folks to work so yo speak and I feel this team will become very wealthy ..... But it takes dedication and TRUST which is earned. We really need to sit down G face to face sometime especially as close as we are to each other. I know .... I have to get you away from those wild women first. Leave those nurses alone G. Lol

LK

BTW. This last Two Step. I had all even and changed to all odd and then went 50/50% split.  I started to look at "other" data instead if what my own system put together.  I do that too often and that's why I don't look at other stuff.  It puts that mindset that what I have us not  good enough when I know it is. I would up with 2 and the BB missing the other 2 by 1 digit. Had I pkayed all Even. I'd be splitting that \$950,000 lol. That's the 3rd time in the past two years this has happened.   Focus lol

Stay In The Vortex, you'll be happy you did ..... Random? Seriously? You want me to believe that?

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