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# Easy pick 3 system

Topic closed. 158 replies. Last post 1 year ago by Tialuvslotto.

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"When will this madness STOP?  "

When you acknowledge the fact you're making obvious errors in your math.

"Good Grief !, I'd be happy with an additional 1500 bucks a month. "

That would be nice, but without a huge swing defying all probability, players will lose their shirts with "easy pick-3 system".

540,000-won (900 X 600=540,000)

-396,000-cost (660 X 600=396,000)

-112,200-lost in doubles and triples (170 X 660=112,200)

-  17,160-lost due to 26 numbers with the lowest digit above 4 (26 X 660=17,160)

= 14,640- net profit for the last 10 months

1,460 net profit a month.

What part/s of this math is wrong?

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"540,000-won (900 X 600=540,000) "

With a top prize of \$900, a \$540,000 in 600 drawings is an average of \$900 a drawing, and you're claiming you won \$900 in every drawing. How many times does one have to ask how you won "\$540,000" from 600 drawings and then say you lost \$660 in each of 196 drawings?

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"540,000-won (900 X 600=540,000) "

With a top prize of \$900, a \$540,000 in 600 drawings is an average of \$900 a drawing, and you're claiming you won \$900 in every drawing. How many times does one have to ask how you won "\$540,000" from 600 drawings and then say you lost \$660 in each of 196 drawings?

You win in every drawing until an obstacle gets in your way, right? \$540,000 bucks if nothing got in your way. Unfortunately the conditions in the real world involves THREE obstacles in this particular case.

The first obstacle is the cost-396,000 bucks.

The second obstacle is the doubles and trips. -112,200

The third obstacle is the lowest numbers above 4. That was 26 of them. =17,160

By the time we deducted all those obstacles as "COSTS", the net profit I made was a measly 1,460 bucks a month.

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540,000-won (900 X 600=540,000)

-396,000-cost (660 X 600=396,000)

-112,200-lost in doubles and triples (170 X 660=112,200)

-  17,160-lost due to 26 numbers with the lowest digit above 4 (26 X 660=17,160)

= 14,640- net profit for the last 10 months

1,460 net profit a month.

What part/s of this math is wrong?

"What part/s of this math is wrong? "

How many times must you be told your system "simulated or not" DID NOW WIN \$540,000?

The winnings or losses are determined by the difference between the cost and the wins. In your example because you won nothing in 196 drawings *(170 X 660=112,200)" and "(26 X 660=17,160)" you must subtract the 196 drawings you won nothing from the total 600 drawings (600 - 196 = 404). Get out your calculator and multiply 404 by \$900 (\$363,600). The difference between the winnings \$363,600 and the cost \$396,000 or a net loss of \$32,400.

I thought you found your mistake when you gave the example of "Billy" when you subtracted the cost from the actual winnings.

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You win in every drawing until an obstacle gets in your way, right? \$540,000 bucks if nothing got in your way. Unfortunately the conditions in the real world involves THREE obstacles in this particular case.

The first obstacle is the cost-396,000 bucks.

The second obstacle is the doubles and trips. -112,200

The third obstacle is the lowest numbers above 4. That was 26 of them. =17,160

By the time we deducted all those obstacles as "COSTS", the net profit I made was a measly 1,460 bucks a month.

"\$540,000 bucks if nothing got in your way. "

You can't win \$900 in each of the`196 losing drawings. Why are you ignoring those 196 drawings that did "get in your way"?

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"What part/s of this math is wrong? "

How many times must you be told your system "simulated or not" DID NOW WIN \$540,000?

The winnings or losses are determined by the difference between the cost and the wins. In your example because you won nothing in 196 drawings *(170 X 660=112,200)" and "(26 X 660=17,160)" you must subtract the 196 drawings you won nothing from the total 600 drawings (600 - 196 = 404). Get out your calculator and multiply 404 by \$900 (\$363,600). The difference between the winnings \$363,600 and the cost \$396,000 or a net loss of \$32,400.

I thought you found your mistake when you gave the example of "Billy" when you subtracted the cost from the actual winnings.

It's easily becoming clear to me that my explanations aren't working for you. I've done everything I could to help you, and I failed.

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"\$540,000 bucks if nothing got in your way. "

You can't win \$900 in each of the`196 losing drawings. Why are you ignoring those 196 drawings that did "get in your way"?

I didn't ignore them.

170 doubles and trips.

26 lowest numbers above 4.

=196

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It's easily becoming clear to me that my explanations aren't working for you. I've done everything I could to help you, and I failed.

Every time you post on this subject, you lower LP's average IQ by several points.

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I didn't ignore them.

170 doubles and trips.

26 lowest numbers above 4.

=196

Which part of 600 minus 196 equals 404 didn't they teach in the second grade?

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Every time you post on this subject, you lower LP's average IQ by several points.

How? You haven't disproved my simple deductions from REAL NUMBERS.

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Why can't you tell me what part of this math is wrong? I asked you once already and you eluded the question.

540,000-won (900 X 600=540,000)

-396,000-cost (660 X 600=396,000)

-112,200-lost in doubles and triples (170 X 660=112,200)

-  17,160-lost due to 26 numbers with the lowest digit above 4 (26 X 660=17,160)

= 14,640- net profit for the last 10 months

1,460 net profit a month.

What part/s of this math is wrong?

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 Posted: October 31, 2015, 12:41 am - IP Logged

Which part of 600 minus 196 equals 404 didn't they teach in the second grade?

Your math is so skewed, I'm amazed that a somewhat bright person on LP such as you has taken it this far.

The 600 is the NOT the number. 600 X 900= 540,000 is the real number. You're confusing 600 draws with the amount it generated, which is 540,000

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I won a 500 dollar sweepstakes. But, I had to buy an envelope so i could mail the Entry form, that cost me 5 cents. Then i had to by a stamp. That cost me 32 cents. That equals 37 cents.

So in actuality, I netted \$499.68

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I won a 500 dollar sweepstakes. But, I had to buy an envelope so i could mail the Entry form, that cost me 5 cents. Then i had to by a stamp. That cost me 32 cents. That equals 37 cents.

So in actuality, I netted \$499.68

Lets simplify this:

You play one draw.  A double is drawn -- you lose.

With "Amber math"

You play 1 draw = win \$900

Deduct loss from double = -\$660

You still win! 900-660=\$240.

With "Reality Math"

You play 1 draw, cost = -\$660

Net result -660+0=-660

"There is no such thing as luck; only adequate or inadequate preparation to cope with a statistical universe."

~Robert A. Heinlein

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This is a systems forum ..It seems to me that this is a loss, no one is working on making the system better.

What a waste of talent here.. My math 2+2 =4  Who cares. Amber12 May u WIN BIG..Good Luck

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