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# Pick 3 and Pick 4 System

Topic closed. 125 replies. Last post 13 years ago by dynodyno.

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Houston Texas
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 Posted: August 28, 2003, 8:40 am - IP Logged

Hi, I play  pick

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 Posted: August 28, 2003, 8:51 am - IP Logged

Does this system cover double numbers?

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Another question,how did you assign the points to the numbers I understand the hits just need info about the points.

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Pick-4 Master

I don't use it personally to wheel pairs.

I realizepairs are drawn more often with Pick 4 numbers.

If you have a wheeling system that incorporates pairs I would use it.

As far as Point Designations:

Pick 3 Number

1st Digit Drawn =  3 points

2nd Digit Drawn = 2 points

3rd Digit Drawn = 1 point

eg say today's number was 1 - 6 - 8

# 1 = 3 points

# 6 = 2 points

# 8 = 1 point

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Pick 4 Number

1st Digit Drawn =  4 points

2nd Digit Drawn = 3 points

3rd Digit Drawn =  2 points

4th Digit Drawn =  1 point

eg say today's Pick 4 number was 1 - 6 - 8 - 7

# 1 = 4 points

# 6 = 3 points

# 8 = 2 point

# 7 = 1 point

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First I evaluate the last 20 drawings (day and evening). I usually combine them or you can split them.  Experiment both ways.

Second I total  the points and hits for each digit:

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Thanks a lot this helps me develop a strategy of my own using this information.The points designation along with the Hot and Cold analysis will help me develop a strategy for narrowing down the numbers to as little as possible.

Clarkston, Michigan
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 Posted: August 28, 2003, 1:33 pm - IP Logged

Steve,

Thank you for sharing this system.  We all like new systems as it helps to reinforce our own way of doing things.  Not all people like to share their system for free.  You are to be commended for doing so.  I know it takes a lot of time to email and explain.  Again, thank you for taking your time to do this.

Sandy

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Hi Sandy K,

If anyone requested this system and did not receive it please email me again and I'll send it again.

I have recevied returned email because of restrictions on sending emial with attachments.

I hope this system helps everyone.

I don't mind sharing.

I'm new to the Lottery Post and I thought that was the whole idea of sharing ideas.

We all want to win don't we???

I realize it's not the "Holy Grail" of picking numbers correctly.

I think it's easy to learn, cheap to play and somewhat inexpensive.  Plus you can play many variations and numbers.

Good Luck!!

Northeast
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Hi Steve

Thanks for the System, I appreciate your time in sharing it

Higby

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 Posted: August 28, 2003, 3:25 pm - IP Logged

would love to have your system, both the pencil and paper and

excell.

THANKS SO MUCH AND GOD BLESS !!!!

DORIS MCKESSON (DEEGEEM)            auntpansy@hotmail.com

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Thanks and happy belated birthday!!!

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 Posted: August 29, 2003, 12:45 pm - IP Logged

This system is exactly what is discribed in the book:

"Easy Dollars"

at the Pick 3-Pick 4 Daily Lotto

by Isaac E. Nwokogba

available through Amazon.com and

http://www.seedsofluck.com

which is Mr. Nwokogba's website.

Everything; the point assignment by position, the tracking in blocks of 20, 15, 10, 5.

The only difference is that this guy has hooked it into Excell.

Still, I can only wonder how Mr. Nwokogba would feel about this guy touting it as "his" system.

And to those who so eagerly e-mailed off to obtain this "free" system, don't be surprized when/if your mailbox suddenly starts filling-up with offers for other "pay for" systems.

Perhaps some people finance their lotto play by selling e-mail lists.

Sign me sceptical,

Ellie

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i have the book and it's excellent.

love to nibble those micey feet.

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love to nibble those micey feet.

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Yes, Emilyg, that's just the point.

For \$7.95 you can pay Mr. Nwokogba for his rightfull work and have a clear conscience.

Can anybody here spell "Copyright Infringement"?

I have read all of PASTone's posts, and while not calling any names, they all seen to me to be "angling" for something.

He seems to be compiling data from this board with a clear profit motive.

Just my humble opinion.

Ellie

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 Posted: August 29, 2003, 2:33 pm - IP Logged
Quote: Originally posted by Win\$mith on August 29, 2003

Yes, Emilyg, that's just the point.

For \$7.95 you can pay Mr. Nwokogba for his rightfull work and have a clear conscience.

Can anybody here spell "Copyright Infringement"?

I have read all of PASTone's posts, and while not calling any names, they all seen to me to be "angling" for something.

He seems to be compiling data from this board with a clear profit motive.

Just my humble opinion.

Ellie

Thank you Win\$mith, i also have this book, jana

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