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not try to predict positional digits of pick 3 and 4, but try to predict patterns 5/5.

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bgonÃ§alves
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not try to predict positional digits of pick 3 and 4, but try to predict patterns 5/5. what would be the best camiho? the condition
to hit the bet has hit the positional patterns!

Zaperlopopotam
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What is a pattern? - SergeM

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bgonÃ§alves
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hello,SUNGLASSES, the whole pattern of 5/5, according to odd / even Monel, inside out / low / high and mostly standards jumps horizontally and vertically combined, patterns sequences,

bgonÃ§alves
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hello, patterns of frequency, cycle, repetitions and delays
by position vertically, position by position.

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No offense, but how much do you have to lose before you realize that what you suggest won't work, in my humble opinion, of course.
Try converting integers to letters to form Alpha Signatures, or Patterns.
Play the one(s) that have arrived more often in the past than the others.
Divide integers into four groups by Decade.
Make the plan dynamic by generating a Gap line.
Then Add a Sum line to provide an alternate string for analysis.
Evaluate the strings and use your intellect to choose 3 integers
from each group.
Wheel the 12 integers into 5 combinations using a commercial wheel.
Hope for the best!
Good luck!!

bgonÃ§alves
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ok , thank  you bobby

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No offense, but how much do you have to lose before you realize that what you suggest won't work, in my humble opinion, of course.
Try converting integers to letters to form Alpha Signatures, or Patterns.
Play the one(s) that have arrived more often in the past than the others.
Divide integers into four groups by Decade.
Make the plan dynamic by generating a Gap line.
Then Add a Sum line to provide an alternate string for analysis.
Evaluate the strings and use your intellect to choose 3 integers
from each group.
Wheel the 12 integers into 5 combinations using a commercial wheel.
Hope for the best!
Good luck!!

I would add track your results to see even if you lose a winner could have happened if you had more combinations using those same parameters.  It could be you are on to something but you may have to expand you budget to take advantage of it.

* you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket *

San Angelo, Texas
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I would add track your results to see even if you lose a winner could have happened if you had more combinations using those same parameters.  It could be you are on to something but you may have to expand you budget to take advantage of it.

Yes, more plays could produce more winners.
However, I can't afford to spend 10, 20, 30 bucks per drawing, as some people do.
My budget is \$5 per draw, no matter what the outcome.
BTW.
I'm thinking about adding the Ohio pick 5 game to my ongoing experiment posted in the Pick 5 file.
You might want check it out.
I'm currently working on Missouri 5/39.

Bobby

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I'm playing 5/60 i want to find how hard this can be

Let it Snow

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I'm playing 5/60 i want to find how hard this can be

The chance is only 1/9999999999999 NOT too bad!

Or maybe it is:

1/5,461,512 A piece of cake.

It should not be hard if you are like Brainiac:

I AM GONE, FOR A WHILE.

mid-Ohio
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Yes, more plays could produce more winners.
However, I can't afford to spend 10, 20, 30 bucks per drawing, as some people do.
My budget is \$5 per draw, no matter what the outcome.
BTW.
I'm thinking about adding the Ohio pick 5 game to my ongoing experiment posted in the Pick 5 file.
You might want check it out.
I'm currently working on Missouri 5/39.