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I just saw a video on You tube which was interesting. Did not know that If I were to pick one number that I thought will NOT show in the next drawing, and no doubles or triples, there would be only 84 combinations boxed.

What this person demonstrates is how to reduce those 84 combinations by eliminating the pairs from your last three draws. In the person's example, he ended up with 39 combinations.

My question is, does LP have a tool that will generate the combos I want for this scenario, meaning all combos excluding the one number I don't want, plus no doubles and triples?

BASICALLY YOU ARE GUARANTEED TO WIN IF THAT ONE NUMBER DOES NOT SHOW, AND NO DOUBLES OR TRIPLES.

Below is the video. Just fast forward it to get the info faster.

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    Posted: November 1, 2016, 8:36 pm - IP Logged

    How about eliminating two numbers?  Yowza !!!

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      Well gives you something to think about. Smiley

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        Posted: November 2, 2016, 5:01 am - IP Logged

        I just saw a video on You tube which was interesting. Did not know that If I were to pick one number that I thought will NOT show in the next drawing, and no doubles or triples, there would be only 84 combinations boxed.

        What this person demonstrates is how to reduce those 84 combinations by eliminating the pairs from your last three draws. In the person's example, he ended up with 39 combinations.

        My question is, does LP have a tool that will generate the combos I want for this scenario, meaning all combos excluding the one number I don't want, plus no doubles and triples?

        BASICALLY YOU ARE GUARANTEED TO WIN IF THAT ONE NUMBER DOES NOT SHOW, AND NO DOUBLES OR TRIPLES.

        Below is the video. Just fast forward it to get the info faster.

        How about this way?

        You can generate pairs from multiple draws as shown in the video or you can break multiple draws into pairs by P2gen then copy/paste those pairs into P3gen and select only "2 of group digits".

        The result will be the same, 66 box combinations.

        At the end just filter them out with previously stored 84 combos in the green panel by "FInd green in white" button and you get 39 no matching combinations.

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          Posted: November 2, 2016, 9:34 am - IP Logged

          How about eliminating two numbers?  Yowza !!!

          because you have eliminated all comb with the first number , a second number will only give roughly half the reduction the first number gave.  with a second number you should end up with approximately 55-60 comb.  and this can vary a little with the selected numbers

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            Thank you helpmewin, mmx1 and phileight. So are you saying there's no tool on LP?

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              I just saw a video on You tube which was interesting. Did not know that If I were to pick one number that I thought will NOT show in the next drawing, and no doubles or triples, there would be only 84 combinations boxed.

              What this person demonstrates is how to reduce those 84 combinations by eliminating the pairs from your last three draws. In the person's example, he ended up with 39 combinations.

              My question is, does LP have a tool that will generate the combos I want for this scenario, meaning all combos excluding the one number I don't want, plus no doubles and triples?

              BASICALLY YOU ARE GUARANTEED TO WIN IF THAT ONE NUMBER DOES NOT SHOW, AND NO DOUBLES OR TRIPLES.

              Below is the video. Just fast forward it to get the info faster.

              Systems Tab: Positional Wheel: Pick 3 & Gold or Platinum Membership (Depending on Filtering Capabilities Desired)!

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                a) You eliminate one digit that isn't in the last two drawings.

                Count: 729
                1 digit: 9
                2 digits: 216
                3 digits: 504

                b) Suppose 6 different boxed pairs in the last three drawings and you eliminate those.
                .
                Count: 465
                1 digit: 9
                2 digits: 180
                3 digits: 276

                c) You castrate the straight combinations to boxed combinations.

                Count: 115
                1 digit: 9
                2 digits: 60
                3 digits: 46

                That is what you get!

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                  Posted: November 2, 2016, 11:22 am - IP Logged

                  a) You eliminate one digit that isn't in the last two drawings.

                  Count: 729
                  1 digit: 9
                  2 digits: 216
                  3 digits: 504

                  b) Suppose 6 different boxed pairs in the last three drawings and you eliminate those.
                  .
                  Count: 465
                  1 digit: 9
                  2 digits: 180
                  3 digits: 276

                  c) You castrate the straight combinations to boxed combinations.

                  Count: 115
                  1 digit: 9
                  2 digits: 60
                  3 digits: 46

                  That is what you get!

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                    Posted: November 2, 2016, 11:58 am - IP Logged

                    Systems Tab: Positional Wheel: Pick 3 & Gold or Platinum Membership (Depending on Filtering Capabilities Desired)!

                    Thank you for the information. Waiting for Gold Membership to kick in and will post my predictions for today. I will be eliminating the number 4 for Florida for today.

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                      Posted: November 2, 2016, 12:15 pm - IP Logged

                      Okay, here's the list for Florida. Started with 84 combinations which excludes the number 4. 

                      Then I filtered by eliminating the the pairs from the last three draws. And then I added another filter of no all highs, all lows, all evens, and all odds.

                      The pairs eliminated are 93 90 30 46 48 68 56 53 57 37

                      Total: 33 combos for mid draw today.

                       

                      1. 0-1-5
                      2. 0-1-6
                      3. 0-1-7
                      4. 0-1-8
                      5. 0-2-5
                      6. 0-2-7
                      7. 0-2-8
                      8. 0-5-8
                      9. 0-6-7
                      10. 0-7-8
                      11. 1-2-5
                      12. 1-2-6
                      13. 1-2-7
                      14. 1-2-8
                      15. 1-2-9
                      16. 1-3-6
                      17. 1-3-8
                      18. 1-5-8
                      19. 1-6-7
                      20. 1-6-9
                      21. 1-7-8
                      22. 1-8-9
                      23. 2-3-5
                      24. 2-3-6
                      25. 2-3-8
                      26. 2-5-8
                      27. 2-5-9
                      28. 2-6-7
                      29. 2-6-9
                      30. 2-7-8
                      31. 2-7-9
                      32. 2-8-9
                      33. 3-5-8

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                        Posted: November 2, 2016, 2:02 pm - IP Logged

                        You can eliminate the first step completely by making a chart like this......

                         

                         

                        Eliminating one digit will not change the list of 84 you start with, i.e., every time you eliminate 0 you will get the same 84 results. Every time you eliminate 1, you get the same 84 to start with, etc. From there all you need do is go through that 84 and eliminate the pairs.

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                          here is an Excel file . I only provided for 6 pairs. advise if more are needed.

                          it does use macros so macros have to be enabled.

                          https://www.dropbox.com/s/krn5j6y1hc88qhz/amber123.xlsm?dl=0

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                            Okay, here's the list for Florida. Started with 84 combinations which excludes the number 4. 

                            Then I filtered by eliminating the the pairs from the last three draws. And then I added another filter of no all highs, all lows, all evens, and all odds.

                            The pairs eliminated are 93 90 30 46 48 68 56 53 57 37

                            Total: 33 combos for mid draw today.

                             

                            1. 0-1-5
                            2. 0-1-6
                            3. 0-1-7
                            4. 0-1-8
                            5. 0-2-5
                            6. 0-2-7
                            7. 0-2-8
                            8. 0-5-8
                            9. 0-6-7
                            10. 0-7-8
                            11. 1-2-5
                            12. 1-2-6
                            13. 1-2-7
                            14. 1-2-8
                            15. 1-2-9
                            16. 1-3-6
                            17. 1-3-8
                            18. 1-5-8
                            19. 1-6-7
                            20. 1-6-9
                            21. 1-7-8
                            22. 1-8-9
                            23. 2-3-5
                            24. 2-3-6
                            25. 2-3-8
                            26. 2-5-8
                            27. 2-5-9
                            28. 2-6-7
                            29. 2-6-9
                            30. 2-7-8
                            31. 2-7-9
                            32. 2-8-9
                            33. 3-5-8

                            Winner was 918, a winner...yay.

                            I'll be betting at that imaginary place, although it won't be imaginary for me...Wink

                            Won: $150

                            Cost: $33.00

                            Net: $117.00

                             

                            I'll do tonight's soon.

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                              You can eliminate the first step completely by making a chart like this......

                               

                               

                              Eliminating one digit will not change the list of 84 you start with, i.e., every time you eliminate 0 you will get the same 84 results. Every time you eliminate 1, you get the same 84 to start with, etc. From there all you need do is go through that 84 and eliminate the pairs.

                              Nice chart, one glance, but where do I get it? Thanks.