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Life after 666....

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Posted: April 4, 2004, 9:14 am - IP Logged

Source: The Golden Book of PICK 3 Numbers



666




Single
Six Six Six
High High High
Even Even Even




Pairs
66 66
Total: 2




Boxed Partners 666
666
Total: 1



Sum Partners 18
099 189 198 279 288 297 369 378 387 396 459 468 477 486 495 549 558 567 576 585 594 639 648 657 666 675 684 693 729 738 747 756 765 774 783 792 819 828 837 846 855 864 873 882 891 909 918 927 936 945 954 963 972 981 990
Total: 55



Root Sum Partners 9
009 018 027 036 045 054 063 072 081 090 099 108 117 126 135 144 153 162 171 180 189 198 207 216 225 234 243 252 261 270 279 288 297 306 315 324 333 342 351 360 369 378 387 396 405 414 423 432 441 450 459 468 477 486 495 504 513 522 531 540 549 558 567 576 585 594 603 612 621 630 639 648 657 666 675 684 693 702 711 720 729 738 747 756 765 774 783 792 801 810 819 828 837 846 855 864 873 882 891 900 909 918 927 936 945 954 963 972 981 990 999
Total: 111



Abbreviated Sum Partners 8
008 017 026 035 044 053 062 071 080 099 107 116 125 134 143 152 161 170 189 198 206 215 224 233 242 251 260 279 288 297 305 314 323 332 341 350 369 378 387 396 404 413 422 431 440 459 468 477 486 495 503 512 521 530 549 558 567 576 585 594 602 611 620 639 648 657 666 675 684 693 701 710 729 738 747 756 765 774 783 792 800 819 828 837 846 855 864 873 882 891 909 918 927 936 945 954 963 972 981 990
Total: 100



Vtracs Partners - LTrans(5) Partners 222
111 116 161 166 611 616 661 666
Total: 8



L-Trans(4) Partners 333
222 226 262 266 622 626 662 666
Total: 8



L-Trans(3) Partners 111
000 003 006 009 030 033 036 039 060 063 066 069 090 093 096 099 300 303 306 309 330 333 336 339 360 363 366 369 390 393 396 399 600 603 606 609 630 633 636 639 660 663 666 669 690 693 696 699 900 903 906 909 930 933 936 939 960 963 966 969 990 993 996 999
Total: 64



L-Trans(2) Partners 111
000 002 004 006 008 020 022 024 026 028 040 042 044 046 048 060 062 064 066 068 080 082 084 086 088 200 202 204 206 208 220 222 224 226 228 240 242 244 246 248 260 262 264 266 268 280 282 284 286 288 400 402 404 406 408 420 422 424 426 428 440 442 444 446 448 460 462 464 466 468 480 482 484 486 488 600 602 604 606 608 620 622 624 626 628 640 642 644 646 648 660 662 664 666 668 680 682 684 686 688 800 802 804 806 808 820 822 824 826 828 840 842 844 846 848 860 862 864 866 868 880 882 884 886 888
Total: 125



Following Numbers

359 352 361 362 379 370 371 372 389 380 381 382 451 452 469 460 461 462 479 470 471 472 489 480 481 482 559 550 551 552 569 560 561 562 579 570 571 572 589 580 581 582 669 660 661 662 679 670 671 672 689 680 681 682
Total: 54


GOOD LUCK!

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    Posted: April 4, 2004, 9:34 am - IP Logged

    LOL....Still too many considerations to me for one little digit lol  I will stick to my simplified version and 51 pages.....which happens to SUM 6 LOL


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      Posted: April 4, 2004, 9:51 am - IP Logged

      Clipper,

      Thanks for your comment. 

      The Book is - besides the built-in Add-on Following System - a reference! Without any additional tool, conversion, workout, Excel sheet, calculation etc. it provides you, by simply selecting the number you like to look up with all possible infroamtion about the number, for Vtracs fans it shows all the numbers with the same vtracs number, for sum fans, root fans, abbreviated sum fans, it shows all the numbers with the same properties as well. That is why it is so well received. A quick reference!

      Good Luck!

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        Posted: April 4, 2004, 10:13 am - IP Logged

        Mike - Just wanted you to know how impressed I am with The Golden Book of PICK 3 Numbers - you have comprised a wealth of information for every aspect of the numbers for the lottery enthusiasts.  This is a fantastic reference guide and a helpful tool...

        Thanks for being so helpful and supportive of the Lottery Post Forum, especially the pick 3 Forum...

        Good Luck Lep

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          Posted: April 4, 2004, 10:54 am - IP Logged

          MikeK......it does seem like it's chocked full of lots of information and would be handy to some.  For me though it would be bit of an "overload" when I've found 12 Facts that can reduce the digits that will play down to 28 about 70% of the time.  That's even without applying my "Pairs" tracking.

          I use a system similar to Vtracs and have ever since I started tracking Pick 3.  The main difference between what I do and what Vtracs is, my numbers are split into 5 pairs and I track the pairs that play.


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            Posted: April 4, 2004, 10:57 am - IP Logged

            Thank you for your comments, Lucky!

            To try to answer the question concerning L-Trans versus Vtracs once again.

            V-tracs groups numbers together that are being 5 numbers away from each other:


            • Group 1: (0+5=5), 0 & 5

            • Group 2: (1+5=6), 1 & 6

            • Group 3: (2+5=7), 2 & 7

            • Group 4: (3+5=8), 3 & 8

            • Group 5: (4+5=9), 4 & 9

            That is a perfect way of combining number in a field of ten numbers from 0 to 9, for simple and effective tracking: L-Trans(5) or Vtracs

            You can also combine numbers in different ways by adding a diffrent number other then 5. For lotteires like 6/49 for example, the perfect way would be to combine numbers that are 7 numbers away:


            • Group 1: (1+7=8, 8+7=15, etc.), 1, 8, 15, 22, 29, 36, 43

            • Group 2: (2+7=9, etc.), 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, 37, 44

            • Group 3: (3+7=10, etc.), 3, 10, 17, 24, 31, 38, 45

            • Group 4: (4+7=11, etc.), 4, 11, 18, 25, 32, 39, 46 

            • Group 5: (5+7=12, etc.), 5, 12, 19, 26, 33, 40, 47

            • Group 5: (6+7=13, etc.), 6, 13, 20, 27, 34, 41, 48

            • Group 5: (7+7=14, etc.), 7, 14, 21, 28, 35, 42, 49

            An excellent way of tracking number too. L-Trans (10)

            To come back to Pick 3. A typical tracking L-Trans(2) is done by adding 2 to each number:. Almost without knowing that you do:


            • Group 1: (0+2=2; 2+2=4, 4+2=6, 6+2=8), 0, 2, 4, 6, 8

            • Group 2: (1+2=3; 3+2=5, 5+2=7, 7+2=9), 1, 3, 5, 7, 9

            Recognize these numbers? Yup, even and odd. Same idea, different "perfect" Grouping Even/Odd or L-Trans(2)

            That should explain also "non-perfect" groupings where the groups do not have the same number of members: But is still a very interesting way of tracking numbers.

            L-Trans (3)


            • Group 1: (0+3=3, 3+3=6, 6+3=9), 0,3,6,9

            • Group 2: (1+3=4, 4+3=7), 1,4,7

            • Group 3: (2+3=5, 5+3=8), 2,5,8

            All ten numbers combined into 3 groups!

            L-Trans (4)


            • Group 1: (0+4=4, 4+4=8), 0,4,8

            • Group 2: (1+4=5, 5+4=9), 1,5,9

            • Group 3: (2+4=6), 2,6

            • Group 4: (3+4=7), 3,7

            All ten numbers combined into 4 groups!

            Simple but effective!

            Good Luck!


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              Posted: April 4, 2004, 11:13 am - IP Logged

              Clipper,

              5 pairs sounds interesting. Pairs in general seems interesting. Concerning "Overload": I reveiced already requests to add pair partners to the page, pair sum partners, etc. I think that the reader usually likes as much information as possible and is capable of picking the information they are interested in.

              I pernonally do not select numbers using long-term tracking, many of my friends here do. I like to help. them by offering the tools and information to do so.

              Which five paris are using? 187= 18, 17, 87, ... 

              Good Luck!

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                Posted: April 4, 2004, 11:40 am - IP Logged

                They are just 5 constant pairs with 1 Odd and 1 Even digit per pair.  I know there are States that have payoff according to "pairs" like 1st two, 1st & 3rd and last two, but since we dont have this capability here in Texas to win on such I've never done that kind of "pair" tracking.

                From your example of 187:  There would be 3 different pairs involved in my system.  Sometimes 3 pairs are involved and other times 2 pairs are involved.  When 2 pairs are involved there is a higher probability of Doubles playing.  When 3 pairs are involved there will be no Doubles.


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                  Posted: April 4, 2004, 3:48 pm - IP Logged

                  Thanks, Clipper and bake.

                  Pairs: Tehre is the new 16 Pairs Workout available on the site. Might be interesting.

                  Good Luck!