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MM picks for 7/1

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washington
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Posted: June 29, 2003, 4:08 pm - IP Logged

Mega Millions picks - Post'em


5 16 21 37 49+12
 3 15 33 34 50+8
 6 10 26 35 51+10
 9 12 25 28 48+2
 8 23 27 29 52+20
 4 19 32 39 44+26
11 17 36 42 47+18


Good Luck !

    kbcherokee's avatar - buffalo2
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    Posted: June 30, 2003, 2:56 pm - IP Logged

    Cotti47:

    Most of your #'s look pretty good. Power Ball #'s are pretty in-line also.

    Good Luck,

    Ken

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      Posted: June 30, 2003, 3:15 pm - IP Logged

      Sorry, I just notice your post, I would have posted my numbers under your thread.

      Good luck to you.
      RJOh

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        Posted: June 30, 2003, 3:22 pm - IP Logged

        Ken

        Thanks, hope they play well !

        How do you pick your #'s, one of your posts featured wheeling 12 to 18 #'s. Also that you used a -chart/bell curve- to select your #'s.

        Is this a visual/graphic method of picking #'s ?

        Also this is the picks thread, feel free to post your picks.

        Perhaps MM & PB poster's can start a discussion thread and have a picks thread too. 

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          Posted: June 30, 2003, 3:33 pm - IP Logged

          RJOh

          What do you think about the 1st post for MM & PB, becomes the pick thread for the above lotteries.

          We can add our picks to the 1st post, also as a courtesy to viewers

          if we net out our plays, it would be faster for people to check posters results, Less Eye Strain too.

          e.g. 4 winning #'s, $5, as an example

          Good Luck, hope your hit some $$$

            kbcherokee's avatar - buffalo2
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            Posted: June 30, 2003, 3:50 pm - IP Logged

            Hey gang:

            Good idea on the post.

            Cotti47, I use a "chart". I track every game and have for years now. Both for MM & PB. I can see the Bell Curve from that and see what #'s hit after or before certain #'s. Also how long it's been since a # has hit and so on. I use 1/4-inch squares up and down on a 81/2 x 11 spread sheet in Excel. I color the (5) balls "black" and the Power Ball in "red" that way I know where each ball or curve is going. High or Low, etc. I track each game up & down on the sheet, with the dates accross the top. It's a very handy tool for me, anyway.

            I hope this answers your question.

            Good luck,

            Ken

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              Posted: June 30, 2003, 6:30 pm - IP Logged

              kbcherokee

              You have the dates across the top, how do you list the #'s, the 5/5 #'s, and the PB #'s. Are they always listed in the same order(static).

              Also how much data do you have?

              TIA

                kbcherokee's avatar - buffalo2
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                Posted: June 30, 2003, 7:23 pm - IP Logged

                Cotti47:

                Picture an 81/2 x 11 sheet of paper with 1/4-inch squares down and accross. Left side of sheet you number from the top down, 1-52 for MM for an example or 1-53 for PB. Accross the top, left to right, put in your play dates ie: 7-1-03 only they would be in vertical position.

                Now, say 3 hit, you would color in the #3 square in black ink or do it on the computer. Do that for the (5) white balls. Then if #27 was the Power Ball number, color that square in with "Red" ink. You need to start with at least 10-games to get an idea of how the #'s are moving. I prefer to do it manually and I just tape the sheets together as they get full and study them that way.

                I alway's use my next game (blank) section to take a pencil an astric my #'s I want to play next to the #'s that hit last game, and I use a "red  dot for my choice of Power Ball #'s.

                That's all there is to it... Works good for me. Let's me see where I'm at at all times.

                Regards,

                Ken

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                  Posted: June 30, 2003, 8:05 pm - IP Logged

                  kbcherokee

                  Do I understand this correctly?

                  You are'nt treating the 5/5 #'s, separately from the PBall #'s. In short your treating the drawn #'s as a 6/6 draw, as opposed to a 5/5 + 1 Bonus ball.

                  Tia

                    kbcherokee's avatar - buffalo2
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                    Posted: July 1, 2003, 11:56 am - IP Logged

                    Cotti47:

                    I guess you could say I'm treating it as a 6/6 draw. The only difference is that I color my power Ball in "red", and the other 5-balls "black". But they are all on the same game line... (Vertical). So I can see everything that's going on including the Power Ball #'s.

                     

                    Ken

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                      Posted: July 1, 2003, 9:28 pm - IP Logged

                      Could have used the PowerBall to help make this play profitable.MM picks, 7/1


                      5 16 21 37 49+12
                       3 15 33 34 50+8
                       6 10 26 35 51+10
                       9 12 25 28 48+2
                       8 23 27 29 52+20
                       4 19 32 39 44+26
                      11 17 36 42 47+18


                      Oh well, maybe next draw!