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# BigDaddy's Pi Formula: X/n + YYY

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I was researching BigDaddy's favorite formula, and found this post from 2009:

for the formula: X/n + YYY = X/n - YYY = X + YYY/n = X - YYY /n = n

n = pi = 3.142

X = Today's last draw

YYY = are both integers = [666 & 111] or [888 & 111]

Perhaps  BigDaddy or someone else can clarify exactly how to use this formula for Pick 3/4.  I tried, and the numbers aren't working out, b/c each branch of this formula does not equate.

If you do a Google search of this formula, it was also posted by someone named Adolph on a website called ingeniousiam.

The values for n, X, and YYY  were taken from the ingeniousiam website.  I don't know if the  YYY value is what BigDaddy uses, or not.  This formula may have been modified over time.

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I was researching BigDaddy's favorite formula, and found this post from 2009:

for the formula: X/n + YYY = X/n - YYY = X + YYY/n = X - YYY /n = n

n = pi = 3.142

X = Today's last draw

YYY = are both integers = [666 & 111] or [888 & 111]

Perhaps  BigDaddy or someone else can clarify exactly how to use this formula for Pick 3/4.  I tried, and the numbers aren't working out, b/c each branch of this formula does not equate.

If you do a Google search of this formula, it was also posted by someone named Adolph on a website called ingeniousiam.

The values for n, X, and YYY  were taken from the ingeniousiam website.  I don't know if the  YYY value is what BigDaddy uses, or not.  This formula may have been modified over time.

Anyways, the good news is that I PMed him a week and a half ago about whether he wanted to sell his method, and he replied that soon he will have it on an APP. I believe he was referring to a phone APP, but not sure based on his reply. Also, even though he didn't specify If it was for sale or free, I got the feeling a fee may be involved.

So glad you started this topic. Hopefully he will see this thread and chime in.

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Anyways, the good news is that I PMed him a week and a half ago about whether he wanted to sell his method, and he replied that soon he will have it on an APP. I believe he was referring to a phone APP, but not sure based on his reply. Also, even though he didn't specify If it was for sale or free, I got the feeling a fee may be involved.

So glad you started this topic. Hopefully he will see this thread and chime in.

I like natural log (xxx).

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The Rings of Pi system was originally posted by Kola in 2012.  This is probably the best link to a clear explanation of how the system works for Pick 3/4.  [18 page thread - Best Pick 3 examples are on pages 1-5; Pick 4 example is on page 6.]

https://www.lotterypost.com/thread/241675  : This entire thread is worth reading !!!    Pay attention to the posts by KOLA himself !!!

BigDaddy swears by the Pi system, that it is one of the Best Lottery Systems ever !!

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Destinycreation, Thank you for  the link.

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I was researching BigDaddy's favorite formula, and found this post from 2009:

for the formula: X/n + YYY = X/n - YYY = X + YYY/n = X - YYY /n = n

n = pi = 3.142

X = Today's last draw

YYY = are both integers = [666 & 111] or [888 & 111]

Perhaps  BigDaddy or someone else can clarify exactly how to use this formula for Pick 3/4.  I tried, and the numbers aren't working out, b/c each branch of this formula does not equate.

If you do a Google search of this formula, it was also posted by someone named Adolph on a website called ingeniousiam.

The values for n, X, and YYY  were taken from the ingeniousiam website.  I don't know if the  YYY value is what BigDaddy uses, or not.  This formula may have been modified over time.

Pi does have 4 formulas...the  x/n+yyy is the  most  important  one in my opinion,based on  research done way back in 2007..

Pick 3 is  3 to 8 draws back

Pick 4 is  5-11 draws back

666 is the  most  popular  yyy integer.but,it's not the one that I  use..

Pi is the way...

turning \$30 or less into thousands everyday!!

here we go steelers ..here we go---------stairway to seven

TIME FOR THE LOMBARDI TROPHY TO  COME  HOME..

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Big daddy! What kind of axe do you have there?

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Big daddy! What kind of axe do you have there?

Looks like a Les Paul SG, but not sure.

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Looks like a Les Paul SG, but not sure.

CARVIN  BUNNY BRUNNEL 5 STRING  JAZZ BASS FULLY MODIFYED USED TO BELONG TO EDWARD  FREIDLAND

Pi is the way...

turning \$30 or less into thousands everyday!!

here we go steelers ..here we go---------stairway to seven

TIME FOR THE LOMBARDI TROPHY TO  COME  HOME..

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And the integer you use? I've done a lot of back reading and studying the use of Pi and nothing seems to be consistent.  After back testing a year I may get 5 hits in a month and then nothing using this formula as well as the ones with delta , alpha and omega ..... I've looked at other post (even yours) and nothing consistent .  I PROMISE I'm NOT throwing flames BigD but I'm not seeing the results besides out of 1000 draws 30 may be good (I made this number up btw) please help us (ME) understand better.  After all this is only the pick 3/4 not asking for jackpot secrets lol.  There is plenty to go around

cheers

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And the integer you use? I've done a lot of back reading and studying the use of Pi and nothing seems to be consistent.  After back testing a year I may get 5 hits in a month and then nothing using this formula as well as the ones with delta , alpha and omega ..... I've looked at other post (even yours) and nothing consistent .  I PROMISE I'm NOT throwing flames BigD but I'm not seeing the results besides out of 1000 draws 30 may be good (I made this number up btw) please help us (ME) understand better.  After all this is only the pick 3/4 not asking for jackpot secrets lol.  There is plenty to go around

cheers

Is there really any reason to think Pi would have anything to do with the lottery?  For ball drawings I guess Pi has something to do with the volume of the balls. I would think each ball has the same volume no matter the number painted on it. For RNG I can't see how Pi would have anything to do with the programming but maybe?

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Backtest. It works for me.  You have to throughly test something before you say yes or no.  Or else it turns into a blab fest.

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Is there really any reason to think Pi would have anything to do with the lottery?  For ball drawings I guess Pi has something to do with the volume of the balls. I would think each ball has the same volume no matter the number painted on it. For RNG I can't see how Pi would have anything to do with the programming but maybe?

I've no clue lol according to folks like BigD it's like ice cream on apple pie but I don't see the results and why waste our time fishing when the ponds aren't stocked

cheers

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Backtest. It works for me.  You have to throughly test something before you say yes or no.  Or else it turns into a blab fest.

I back tested NC , Va and Texas with results not worth talking about

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