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Kidzero's 6-3 System for Pick 4

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Found a way to use this for Pick 4 to find numbers from mid to eve. Backtested it from the beginning of the month and from January and there are at least 3-4 hits per week. Not necessarily back to back but the hits are still there within the week. Plus since it's only 18 numbers it won't break the bank.

9$ x 7 days/week = $63 spent.

3 hits= $300 gain

$300-63 = $237 profit

And that's with the minimum 3 hits and not counting if the hit is a double which will be an extra $100 gain.

The system also changes from week to week with the order of numbers but the method is still the same. I've mostly focused on numbers from mid to eve but I do have another method from eve to mid as well.

KidZero's method is to count up and down from 3 and use those numbers to create picks. Since this is pick 4 it will be slightly different but the 6-3 method is the same.

Week of May 1st (Sun-Sat)

  • This week's method: we're subtracting 1 from the hit, then using the 6-3 method
  • From 7, count up 3 (8,9,0) then from 8, count down 3 (6,5,4)
  • From 8, count down 3 from the bottom up and continue until you get to the top (7,6,5, etc.)
  • From 9, count up 3 (0,1,2) then from 9, count down 3 (8,7,6)
  • The last digit, 2, count down 3 from the last digit (3,4,5) and these will be the fourth digit for each triad.

8903 -> 5746 (5/1)

7892

820        (345) --> 8203 8204 8205

931        (345) --> 9313 9314 9315

042        (345) --> 0423 0424 0425

658        (345) --> 6583 6584 6585

567        (345) --> 5673 5674 5675

476        (345) --> 4763 4764 4765

 

Continuing to the next 3 days, there isn't a hit. But I kept the method going to see if it worked. As I said, there are 3-4 hits per week and this particular week there was 3 hits using this same method.

 

9674 -> 2557 (5/5)

8563

997       (456)

008

119

725

634

543

 

3665 -> 5786 (5/6)

2554

364         (567)

475

586

124

033

942

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    Again, the order of the numbers change from week to week, but the method is the same. Sunday and Monday are usually the days to figure which order works. Now of course there will be individuals that say it's easy to mold a system once it has already hit and I will agree with them in one instance that I use Sunday and Monday hits to figure out how to order the numbers. But once I figure it out on Monday, I use the same method throughout the week without any changes to produce hits or not. But so far, once I've figured it out on Monday there is at least 3 hits throughout the week.

    Week of May 8th (Sun-Sat)

    *No Hit on the first day (5/8 - Sun)

    • This week's method: the basic 6-3 system from KidZero
    • From 6, count up 3 (7,8,9) then from 6, count down 3 (5,4,3)
    • From 2, count down but skip the first set (1,0,9) and use (8,7,6). Then from 2, just count down (1,0,9)
    • From 4, count up 3 (5,6,7) then count down 3 (3,2,1)
    • The last digit, 3, count up (4,5,6)

    6243 -> 0246 (5/9)

    765      (456)

    876

    987

    513

    402

    391

     

    4517 -> 8174 (5/12)

    592     (890)

    603

    714

    340

    239

    128

     

    5158 -> 8670 (5/13) *Because this is a double the 5 digits are the same, just in a bottom up order

    658     (901)

    767

    876

    402

    393

    284

     

    This particular week there was also 3 hits. Since there was a double, it was a 400$ gain with 63$ spent. So that's a 337$ profit.

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      Found a way to use this for Pick 4 to find numbers from mid to eve. Backtested it from the beginning of the month and from January and there are at least 3-4 hits per week. Not necessarily back to back but the hits are still there within the week. Plus since it's only 18 numbers it won't break the bank.

      9$ x 7 days/week = $63 spent.

      3 hits= $300 gain

      $300-63 = $237 profit

      And that's with the minimum 3 hits and not counting if the hit is a double which will be an extra $100 gain.

      The system also changes from week to week with the order of numbers but the method is still the same. I've mostly focused on numbers from mid to eve but I do have another method from eve to mid as well.

      KidZero's method is to count up and down from 3 and use those numbers to create picks. Since this is pick 4 it will be slightly different but the 6-3 method is the same.

      Week of May 1st (Sun-Sat)

      • This week's method: we're subtracting 1 from the hit, then using the 6-3 method
      • From 7, count up 3 (8,9,0) then from 8, count down 3 (6,5,4)
      • From 8, count down 3 from the bottom up and continue until you get to the top (7,6,5, etc.)
      • From 9, count up 3 (0,1,2) then from 9, count down 3 (8,7,6)
      • The last digit, 2, count down 3 from the last digit (3,4,5) and these will be the fourth digit for each triad.

      8903 -> 5746 (5/1)

      7892

      820        (345) --> 8203 8204 8205

      931        (345) --> 9313 9314 9315

      042        (345) --> 0423 0424 0425

      658        (345) --> 6583 6584 6585

      567        (345) --> 5673 5674 5675

      476        (345) --> 4763 4764 4765

       

      Continuing to the next 3 days, there isn't a hit. But I kept the method going to see if it worked. As I said, there are 3-4 hits per week and this particular week there was 3 hits using this same method.

       

      9674 -> 2557 (5/5)

      8563

      997       (456)

      008

      119

      725

      634

      543

       

      3665 -> 5786 (5/6)

      2554

      364         (567)

      475

      586

      124

      033

      942

      I'm assuming you meant 7,6,5...not 6,5,4.?

      • From 7, count up 3 (8,9,0) then from 8, count down 3 (6,5,4)

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        Thanks for taking the time to do this, but I'm confused. I get it up to this point below where it says week of may 1st sun-sat, but how are you getting the 820 and the rest of the numbers below it.. thanks

         

         

        Week of May 1st (Sun-Sat)

        • This week's method: we're subtracting 1 from the hit, then using the 6-3 method
        • From 7, count up 3 (8,9,0) then from 8, count down 3 (6,5,4)
        • From 8, count down 3 from the bottom up and continue until you get to the top (7,6,5, etc.)
        • From 9, count up 3 (0,1,2) then from 9, count down 3 (8,7,6)
        • The last digit, 2, count down 3 from the last digit (3,4,5) and these will be the fourth digit for each triad.

        8903 -> 5746 (5/1)

        7892

        820        (345) --> 8203 8204 8205

        931        (345) --> 9313 9314 9315

        042        (345) --> 0423 0424 0425

        658        (345) --> 6583 6584 6585

        567        (345) --> 5673 5674 5675

        476        (345) --> 4763 4764 4765

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          Thanks for taking the time to do this, but I'm confused. I get it up to this point below where it says week of may 1st sun-sat, but how are you getting the 820 and the rest of the numbers below it.. thanks

           

           

          Week of May 1st (Sun-Sat)

          • This week's method: we're subtracting 1 from the hit, then using the 6-3 method
          • From 7, count up 3 (8,9,0) then from 8, count down 3 (6,5,4)
          • From 8, count down 3 from the bottom up and continue until you get to the top (7,6,5, etc.)
          • From 9, count up 3 (0,1,2) then from 9, count down 3 (8,7,6)
          • The last digit, 2, count down 3 from the last digit (3,4,5) and these will be the fourth digit for each triad.

          8903 -> 5746 (5/1)

          7892

          820        (345) --> 8203 8204 8205

          931        (345) --> 9313 9314 9315

          042        (345) --> 0423 0424 0425

          658        (345) --> 6583 6584 6585

          567        (345) --> 5673 5674 5675

          476        (345) --> 4763 4764 4765

          I subtracted 1 from 8930 and then followed the method listed.

          From 8930 to 7892.

          Then went up 3 on 7 and down 3 on 7. (Just noticed another error there)

          8203 8204 and 8205 are the 820 triad matched with one of the three digits in the parenthesis from the last digit of 7892. 2 (3,4,5)

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            I subtracted 1 from 8930 and then followed the method listed.

            From 8930 to 7892.

            Then went up 3 on 7 and down 3 on 7. (Just noticed another error there)

            8203 8204 and 8205 are the 820 triad matched with one of the three digits in the parenthesis from the last digit of 7892. 2 (3,4,5)

            Sorry, but I must be brain dead tonight..lol

            I asked how did you come up with 820, and your answer was that I subtracted 1 from 8930, wouldn't that be 8929? What am I NOT getting here?

            Thanks.

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              Sorry, but I must be brain dead tonight..lol

              I asked how did you come up with 820, and your answer was that I subtracted 1 from 8930, wouldn't that be 8929? What am I NOT getting here?

              Thanks.

              I subtracted the WHOLE number. 

              8903

              -1111

              7892

              Sorry if that was unclear lol

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                I subtracted the WHOLE number. 

                8903

                -1111

                7892

                Sorry if that was unclear lol

                No no no, I got that part already, I'm asking how you got 820, also, why are you using 345 as the last number in every one of the combinations on the list?

                You never wrote why you are using 820, or why you are using 3,4, and 5 as the last digit.

                I'm not trying to be difficult, but this is too good not to understand the method.

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                  No no no, I got that part already, I'm asking how you got 820, also, why are you using 345 as the last number in every one of the combinations on the list?

                  You never wrote why you are using 820, or why you are using 3,4, and 5 as the last digit.

                  I'm not trying to be difficult, but this is too good not to understand the method.

                  Oh no, you're fine. What's the use of a method if people can't understand it lol. 

                  I got 820 as a triad from 7892. Which I got from subtract 1111 from 8903.

                  Once I got 7892 I used KidZero's method but in a different order.

                  • Count up 3 from 7, then count down 3 from 7. That's how I'm getting the numbers in the first column.
                  • Count down from 8 in the second column but place the numbers bottom up
                  • Count up 3 from 9, then count down 3 from 9 for the numbers in the third column

                  I'm using 3,4,5 as the last digit because these are the 3 digits you get from counting up 3 on the digit in the fourth column. They are each used with a triad. The numbers I get from the first, second and third column

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                    I use the first 3 numbers as a triad, then the numbers in the parentheses as the fourth digit

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                      Oh no, you're fine. What's the use of a method if people can't understand it lol. 

                      I got 820 as a triad from 7892. Which I got from subtract 1111 from 8903.

                      Once I got 7892 I used KidZero's method but in a different order.

                      • Count up 3 from 7, then count down 3 from 7. That's how I'm getting the numbers in the first column.
                      • Count down from 8 in the second column but place the numbers bottom up
                      • Count up 3 from 9, then count down 3 from 9 for the numbers in the third column

                      I'm using 3,4,5 as the last digit because these are the 3 digits you get from counting up 3 on the digit in the fourth column. They are each used with a triad. The numbers I get from the first, second and third column

                      I may have to wait till someone else gets this, cause I'm confused.  The second one below I get. 890 and 654.

                      But the one below that I don't get.  You write, in yellow.. First, why do you have 234?, shouldn't it be 901? You got the 567 right, but how did you get 234, when the rule is to also count up? Counting up from 8 is 9, 0, 1.

                      • Count down from 8 in the second column but place the numbers bottom up
                      • Count up 3 from 7, then count down 3 from 7. That's how I'm getting the numbers in the first column.

                      7892

                      820        (345) --> 8203 8204 8205

                      931        (345) --> 9313 9314 9315

                      042        (345) --> 0423 0424 0425

                      658        (345) --> 6583 6584 6585

                      567        (345) --> 5673 5674 5675

                      476        (345) --> 4763 4764 4765

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                        Maybe your skipping 3 and that's how you got 2,3,4. Unless you're saying that you have tweaked it this way, the OP's version only skips by 3 in the third position. 

                        I have another question. In the second position, it may be that you are using 234 because you're skipping 3.

                        Counting up from 8 and skipping 3 first would look like this, which is what you posted. And of course put it bottom up.

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                          I may have to wait till someone else gets this, cause I'm confused.  The second one below I get. 890 and 654.

                          But the one below that I don't get.  You write, in yellow.. First, why do you have 234?, shouldn't it be 901? You got the 567 right, but how did you get 234, when the rule is to also count up? Counting up from 8 is 9, 0, 1.

                          • Count down from 8 in the second column but place the numbers bottom up
                          • Count up 3 from 7, then count down 3 from 7. That's how I'm getting the numbers in the first column.

                          7892

                          820        (345) --> 8203 8204 8205

                          931        (345) --> 9313 9314 9315

                          042        (345) --> 0423 0424 0425

                          658        (345) --> 6583 6584 6585

                          567        (345) --> 5673 5674 5675

                          476        (345) --> 4763 4764 4765

                          I see why you're confused. 

                          • Count down from 8 in the second column but place the numbers bottom up

                          When I say count down, I mean 7,6,5, etc. But instead of having those numbers directly below 8, start from the bottom

                          7892

                          820        (345) --> 8203 8204 8205

                          931        (345) --> 9313 9314 9315

                          042        (345) --> 0423 0424 0425

                          658        (345) --> 6583 6584 6585

                          567        (345) --> 5673 5674 5675

                          476        (345) --> 4763 4764 4765

                          This is not KidZero's method but a modified version of his method. And it changes from week to week. That's why I have the steps listed for week 1 and week 2.

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                            These examples are just backtesting. The method for this week is slightly different as well and that will be posted tomorrow.

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                              I see why you're confused. 

                              • Count down from 8 in the second column but place the numbers bottom up

                              When I say count down, I mean 7,6,5, etc. But instead of having those numbers directly below 8, start from the bottom

                              7892

                              820        (345) --> 8203 8204 8205

                              931        (345) --> 9313 9314 9315

                              042        (345) --> 0423 0424 0425

                              658        (345) --> 6583 6584 6585

                              567        (345) --> 5673 5674 5675

                              476        (345) --> 4763 4764 4765

                              This is not KidZero's method but a modified version of his method. And it changes from week to week. That's why I have the steps listed for week 1 and week 2.

                              That's not where I'm confused. I get putting the lower numbers on top.

                              What I don't get is how you are going up from 8 after skipping 3. So are you saying your way works better by skipping by 3 in the middle, just like the third position? Because in the OP's method, he ONLY skips by 3 in the third position.

                              That's why I ask this. I'm aware that this is a modified version, but earlier you mentioned something about how it it still resembles some of his protocols, so that's why I was asking. 

                              Bottom line is that someone should put this in Excel, and we should give the person who does this, all the acolades we can muster.

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