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Need help with system for Pick-3

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garyo1954's avatar - garyo
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Posted: November 7, 2016, 12:59 pm - IP Logged

Hi, Garyo1954, can u send me that program, i can make this work, im sure...can u eliminate one than one number with your program ....thx

Yes, I will be posting it for download. Intended to do that Saturday night, but saw the post about other Pick 3 software and felt it could wait.

In the meantime, I started working toward finding a sweet spot providing an optimal coverage area. Chart below is Texas drawings on the left. To the tight of the 1000 is the result using combos between 000 and 999.

Covering 9 to 19 provides 71.5%...same as 8 to 18. Going to 10 to 19 it drops about 5 percent. We have to extend the range 10 to 21 to cover the same. If we add the sum 9 (covering 9 to 21) we gain 5%, and by using the range 8 to 21 we cover 824 possibilities, 82.4%.

The idea seems better to have the user set the sum range before the elimination. After we get the sum range we want we can eliminate anything we choose.

 

This all sounds well and good, but there's the other option. Rather than eliminate number and play singles, we pick a number and play singles. Yes, it's been done. But maybe we pick 2 numbers, or 3 numbers? 1 digit is 36 singles, a second digit adds 28 singles, a third adds 21 more. Covering all the singles for 3 digits comes to 85 combos. Then we start the elimination of low, highs, evens, odd, sums, and pairs.

None of that's hard to program. All we have to do is cover as much as possible spending the least possible.

The true hard part is on the user who has to pick the winning digit or digits.

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    Posted: November 7, 2016, 6:55 pm - 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.

    I working on a new system now, its in the developmental test phase.
    Good Luck with yours Amber123!
    hopefully mine will work out too!

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      garyo1954's avatar - garyo
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      Posted: November 7, 2016, 10:30 pm - IP Logged

      Okay, did stuff today on the pick a number idea. Put it in column form to make to easier. Yellow is the digit. L9 is the low sum 9. H19 is high sum 19. The blue bar show how many triples, doubles, and singles are in that digit set between the sums 9 to 19.

      Key digit 6 in the red box has 30 singles to play. If we pick key digit 0 for the second set, (orange box) we have 24 more singles. But we can eliminate the combos that appear in both columns (small red boxes) like 036,046, 056, any six in the 0 columns. We now have 30 and 34 (54) minus the 6 in both sets bring us to 48.

      In the green boxes we can choose (or not) to eliminate the all evens (an additional 7). We're now at 41 combos to play.

      At this point you could eliminate pairs, or pick a third set....say 3. Eliminate al the 0 (4) and 6 (7) and play 18 additional combos (41+18= 59) or eliminate all the odds......

      Every additional column added is going to cost more and cut in to any profit.

      It wouldn't be an every day system, but if a key digit is due it's a good trap. 

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        Posted: November 8, 2016, 1:04 am - IP Logged

        Amazing but true research.....

        If you give a calculator to a monkey, he'll eventually hit the winning Pick3 numbers......

        If you give a calculator to a human, he'll try to make a phone call.

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          Posted: November 9, 2016, 9:50 pm - 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.

          You can do this with the Positional Wheels under systems in the blue bar.

          You will need to upgrade to platinum to get the full benefit of it.

          "You can observe a lot just by watching." Yogi Berra, Hall of Fame baseball player.

          The numbers will tell you what numbers to play. Pay attention to the numbers.

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            Posted: November 12, 2016, 6:15 pm - IP Logged

            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

            Thanks for sharing!!Smile