New Mexico United States Member #86099 January 29, 2010 11167 Posts Offline

Posted: October 27, 2015, 1:45 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by CARBOB on October 27, 2015

What is the overall skip???

I'm not analyzing the skips today but the roots. Consequentally root zero hasn't hit. The old man zero may trip since there was a 6,3 in the last mid draw. But the New Mexico game is very fickle. A 123 may hit and bypass the zero for another draw.

I'm playing 00x,01x this morning. Its worth a gamble.

Kentucky United States Member #32652 February 14, 2006 7344 Posts Offline

Posted: October 27, 2015, 6:50 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by amber123 on October 27, 2015

26 numbers that are higher than 4, out of 600 draws is 4.3% ( do the math )

I showed the numbers and in the last 10 months it would've generated 123,000 bucks net profit. The numbers don't lie.

162 doubles based on your 27% estimate (which I agree with), and the 4.3% based on only 26 numbers above 4 in 600 draws equals 188 losses. Plus the cost which is 66,000 bucks.

At any rate, I'm starting with boxing the 110 combos until I have enough money to start at 25 cents straight bets with 660 combos. Then raise the bets to .50, then .75, all the way to the max limit of $10.00 per number.

I'm excited about this because I know the numbers work, and the payout far exceeds the losses and the cost as I showed in the last page and above.

In a matter of a few months I will be on my way to making a living of this and quitting my job. Can't wait!

"26 numbers that are higher than 4, out of 600 draws is 4.3% ( do the math ) "

LMAO @ "do the math"!

There are ten 6-way boxes with 5 being the lowest digit; 567-568-569-578-579-589-678-679-689-789 and each of the ten 6-way boxes has six different 3 digit numbers for a total of 60. Statistically these ten 6-way boxes represent 8.3% of all 120 6-way boxes. Added to the 90 3-way boxes and the ten triples, there should be 396 6-way boxes with the lowest digit being 0,1,2,3, or 4 drawn in 600 drawings.

"162 doubles based on your 27% estimate (which I agree with), and the 4.3% based on only 26 numbers above 4 in 600 draws equals 188 losses. "

Nope, 600 minus 396 is 204 losses and not "188" and the 204 figure is plus or minus standard deviation. Can you show even one state 3 digit game that had a 600 drawing period where 27% were doubles, 72% singles, and 1% triples?

"enough money to start at 25 cents straight bets"

Can you show us all where we can legally wager 25 cents on a straight pick-3 number and get 900 to 1 odds without moving out of the U.S.?

New Mexico United States Member #86099 January 29, 2010 11167 Posts Offline

Posted: October 27, 2015, 6:51 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by amber123 on October 26, 2015

I don't always expect a 1 to repeat. It depends on the situation, sometimes an overdue number like the "2" that I mentioned may show. 3 4 3 4 0 1 0 10 011 0 1 0 1 1 10 011 1 1 1 0 2 0 1 4 0 3 10 01 4 2-0verdue came through

It showed up tonight as 259 which was the Florida winning number.

The best way is to play online and do it the second way I showed, all of the 110 boxed numbers. Then when you have enough bankroll, you play the 110 all six ways straight. $123,320 in 10 months is good for me.

And that's at 1 dollar bets, imagine working your way up to 10 dollar per number bets. That's 1.2 million in 10 months.

This is based on your data try these for the next 3 weeks or more for Florida.

United States Member #116344 September 8, 2011 3941 Posts Offline

Posted: October 27, 2015, 9:28 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by amber123 on October 27, 2015

26 numbers that are higher than 4, out of 600 draws is 4.3% ( do the math )

I showed the numbers and in the last 10 months it would've generated 123,000 bucks net profit. The numbers don't lie.

162 doubles based on your 27% estimate (which I agree with), and the 4.3% based on only 26 numbers above 4 in 600 draws equals 188 losses. Plus the cost which is 66,000 bucks.

At any rate, I'm starting with boxing the 110 combos until I have enough money to start at 25 cents straight bets with 660 combos. Then raise the bets to .50, then .75, all the way to the max limit of $10.00 per number.

I'm excited about this because I know the numbers work, and the payout far exceeds the losses and the cost as I showed in the last page and above.

In a matter of a few months I will be on my way to making a living of this and quitting my job. Can't wait!

Many ways of inferring stats, do not get caught up with percentile, rather look at the large picture.

10P_{3}= 1000picks

10C3=120 picks

10P3(digit repeat)=220 picks

10P3(positional)=720 picks

The above binomial format is your filter, the choice of assumption will reduce your picks for each format.

You can reduce to a tenth by a criteria(many options available). Why assume most frequent group is 0,1,2,3,4, when the format with 220picks can be reduced to 22 picks, while covering all bases.

United States Member #164727 March 12, 2015 2688 Posts Online

Posted: October 27, 2015, 9:38 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by Stack47 on October 27, 2015

"26 numbers that are higher than 4, out of 600 draws is 4.3% ( do the math ) "

LMAO @ "do the math"!

There are ten 6-way boxes with 5 being the lowest digit; 567-568-569-578-579-589-678-679-689-789 and each of the ten 6-way boxes has six different 3 digit numbers for a total of 60. Statistically these ten 6-way boxes represent 8.3% of all 120 6-way boxes. Added to the 90 3-way boxes and the ten triples, there should be 396 6-way boxes with the lowest digit being 0,1,2,3, or 4 drawn in 600 drawings.

"162 doubles based on your 27% estimate (which I agree with), and the 4.3% based on only 26 numbers above 4 in 600 draws equals 188 losses. "

Nope, 600 minus 396 is 204 losses and not "188" and the 204 figure is plus or minus standard deviation. Can you show even one state 3 digit game that had a 600 drawing period where 27% were doubles, 72% singles, and 1% triples?

"enough money to start at 25 cents straight bets"

Can you show us all where we can legally wager 25 cents on a straight pick-3 number and get 900 to 1 odds without moving out of the U.S.?

LMAO @ "do the math"!

There are ten 6-way boxes with 5 being the lowest digit; 567-568-569-578-579-589-678-679-689-789 and each of the ten 6-way boxes has six different 3 digit numbers for a total of 60. Statistically these ten 6-way boxes represent 8.3% of all 120 6-way boxes. Added to the 90 3-way boxes and the ten triples, there should be 396 6-way boxes with the lowest digit being 0,1,2,3, or 4 drawn in 600 drawings.

I have no idea what you're writing about. There were 26 combinations during the 600 draws that the lowest digit above 4. I even tallied them up for you month by month. 26 is 4.3% of 600 draws. Why are some of you having so much difficulty understanding this?

Nope, 600 minus 396 is 204 losses and not "188" and the 204 figure is plus or minus standard deviation. Can you show even one state 3 digit game that had a 600 drawing period where 27% were doubles, 72% singles, and 1% triples?

Where are you getting 396 from?

Can you show us all where we canlegallywager 25 cents on a straight pick-3 number and get 900 to 1 odds without moving out of the U.S.?

No I can't because a place like that doesn't exist here. But there is a place offshore that pays 900. I'll just leave it at that.

Maybe the 27% is a little off by a 3 or 4% margin of error in either direction, and that's perfectly ok because I'll still make money, and lots of it. As for the other stats, they are FACT. If you and others don't agree with me, that's fine, But I won't continue debating. I know the numbers I've seen and re-checked many times.

Maybe I'll start a tracking of the money spent and won, with the losses right in the this thread and update the results on a daily basis so everyone can see for themselves. It's really very simple, but some of you want to throw things in that has nothing to do with the facts.

I'll start the make believe betting starting tomorrow for Florida.

United States Member #164727 March 12, 2015 2688 Posts Online

Posted: October 27, 2015, 10:30 pm - IP Logged

For some of you who are having a problem understanding this, I'll do just this month of October.

From the 4th of October till today the 27th, equals 48 draws.

48 draws X 900 =43,200, this is how much I would win in 48 draws in an ideal world, if there were no doubles triples and lowest digit number above 4. So below you will see the deductions. The first deduction is COST. Then the next deduction is the doubles that ruin my day, and lastly, it's the combinations with the lowest number above 4.

To play both mid and eve it's 660 bucks twice a day in other words 48 draws, that costs 31,680

There were 9 doubles so far. That cost me 5940 (9 X 660=5940)

Only 1 combination with the lowest digit above 4 (October 13-eve-967) This cost me 660 bucks...so...

Won-43,200

Cost-31,680

Doubles lost money on-5940 bucks

Lowest numbers above 4 loss-660 bucks

So,

43,200 minus the 31,680 cost, and another 6,600 for doubles, and lastly, another 660 loss due to the ONLY combination with the lowest number above 4 leaves me a net worth of.

43,200-won

-31,680-cost

- 5,940-doubles

- 660-lowest number above 4

= 4,920-net profit.

There, you have it. There were 9 doubles and I still would have made almost 5 grand in the last 24 days. Sorry, these are real numbers.

Lincoln, California United States Member #167130 June 27, 2015 256 Posts Offline

Posted: October 27, 2015, 10:55 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by amber123 on October 27, 2015

For some of you who are having a problem understanding this, I'll do just this month of October.

From the 4th of October till today the 27th, equals 48 draws.

48 draws X 900 =43,200, this is how much I would win in 48 draws in an ideal world, if there were no doubles triples and lowest digit number above 4. So below you will see the deductions. The first deduction is COST. Then the next deduction is the doubles that ruin my day, and lastly, it's the combinations with the lowest number above 4.

To play both mid and eve it's 660 bucks twice a day in other words 48 draws, that costs 31,680

There were 9 doubles so far. That cost me 5940 (9 X 660=5940)

Only 1 combination with the lowest digit above 4 (October 13-eve-967) This cost me 660 bucks...so...

Won-43,200

Cost-31,680

Doubles lost money on-5940 bucks

Lowest numbers above 4 loss-660 bucks

So,

43,200 minus the 31,680 cost, and another 6,600 for doubles, and lastly, another 660 loss due to the ONLY combination with the lowest number above 4 leaves me a net worth of.

43,200-won

-31,680-cost

- 5,940-doubles

- 660-lowest number above 4

= 4,920-net profit.

There, you have it. There were 9 doubles and I still would have made almost 5 grand in the last 24 days. Sorry, these are real numbers.

I just ran the Ca. Daily 3 through a workout to test your system

I looked at the last 1373 drawings for Day, Evening, and Combined. If my calculations are correct this is hard to believe.

Ca Combined % for all draws

Games 1373

No Match Draws 990 (72%)

Doubles 364 (27%)

Triples 19 (1%)

Lowest number (0-4) 899 (65%)

Lowest number (5-9) 91 (7%)

Using the Payout tonight for a straight $615 and Box $196 as the average payout. Playing all 6 combinations of the 110 would = $1595 for every game hit. The total for playing all 1373 games is $906,180. The total winnings are 899 X $1595 = $1,433,905. Profit $527,725.

Am I missing something, I don't believe this but the numbers if correct don't lie.

United States Member #164727 March 12, 2015 2688 Posts Online

Posted: October 27, 2015, 11:07 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by AllenB on October 27, 2015

I just ran the Ca. Daily 3 through a workout to test your system

I looked at the last 1373 drawings for Day, Evening, and Combined. If my calculations are correct this is hard to believe.

Ca Combined % for all draws

Games 1373

No Match Draws 990 (72%)

Doubles 364 (27%)

Triples 19 (1%)

Lowest number (0-4) 899 (65%)

Lowest number (5-9) 91 (7%)

Using the Payout tonight for a straight $615 and Box $196 as the average payout. Playing all 6 combinations of the 110 would = $1595 for every game hit. The total for playing all 1373 games is $906,180. The total winnings are 899 X $1595 = $1,433,905. Profit $527,725.

Am I missing something, I don't believe this but the numbers if correct don't lie.

Playing all 6 combinations of the 110 would = $1595 for every game hit.

Ha ha, glad you brought this up. I did the same mistake the first time. This is why I spent half a day making sure I crunched the numbers correctly. People make mistakes when in haste as I and you did..lol

The mistake is that we both got the 110 amount wrong. If you're playing 110 combinations ALL SIX WAYS, it costs $660.00, not 110 anymore, that's for boxed only. 110 X 6 =660

Please let me know if this made sense, and if it didn't, please tell me what part I have wrong. I want to truly understand your experience in Cali. They are computerized I think. And they're also Parimutuel ..

United States Member #164727 March 12, 2015 2688 Posts Online

Posted: October 27, 2015, 11:15 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by AllenB on October 27, 2015

I just ran the Ca. Daily 3 through a workout to test your system

I looked at the last 1373 drawings for Day, Evening, and Combined. If my calculations are correct this is hard to believe.

Ca Combined % for all draws

Games 1373

No Match Draws 990 (72%)

Doubles 364 (27%)

Triples 19 (1%)

Lowest number (0-4) 899 (65%)

Lowest number (5-9) 91 (7%)

Using the Payout tonight for a straight $615 and Box $196 as the average payout. Playing all 6 combinations of the 110 would = $1595 for every game hit. The total for playing all 1373 games is $906,180. The total winnings are 899 X $1595 = $1,433,905. Profit $527,725.

Am I missing something, I don't believe this but the numbers if correct don't lie.

Just do the current month of October in Cali as I did in Florida, and then publish it here on this thread. I would love to see the positive results.

Lincoln, California United States Member #167130 June 27, 2015 256 Posts Offline

Posted: October 27, 2015, 11:22 pm - IP Logged

Not sure about that going abroad, the trip cost something, you can't go for free. I used the payout for tonight as the base. I am looking at the cash flow right now. I will keep checking this and see when you start using the house money.