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Ok.  I'm going to try to explain this before I go to bed!!  I'm changing my hours to a "day schedule" because I'm on vacation now until April 18.  Not going anywhere, just want to be with my wife!!

I don't think a lot of people will be wanting to play my new system (which I'm going to call "my 3% system"), but I will present it.

The reason I don't think a lot of people will want to play it is:

1) It will take a lot of work to develop a good database.

2) It will take a lot of patience.  The reason I'm calling it "my 3% system" is that it looks like it will hit only about 3% of the time.  So, I will NOT be posting the numbers on a regular basis here.  I would be wrong 97% of the time and most people would quit reading my posts possibly before I hit.

3) It may take a good sum of money to play until the first hit.  Although I see posts from people saying they are playing $20 or more a day, I think that is the exception on Pick 3. 

4) You have to play every draw.  At least until you win (then you can quit, if you want!!).  The cost is always $6 per draw (or could be $3 if you can play 50 cents per ticket).  Anyway, to be effective you need to play 6 tickets per draw.  The longest this system has skipped in California in the last 400 draws is 113 times!  But you play the tickets as STRAIGHTS...nothing else.  A straight will pay about $500 in California and is fixed at that amount in most other states, I think.

If you are willing to do all the above, keep reading...

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    My 3% system amounts to adding numbers to the last draw...yes I know, nothing new!  I know it isn't!  I have looked at the 357 and 123 adding, etc.  I have seen some success with those, but it is much easier to see after the draw!  My system will produce the exact numbers (6 tickets) and you play them straight.

    What I did for California is add a column to one of my many spreadsheets and use it to show what number is added to the previous number to arrive at the current draw.  Always add and first change the number to have the digits in numerical order.  So a draw of 592 would have to be put into another column as 259.  I use zero as the lowest number, so a draw of 790 would be converted to 079.  Now you have to go though the database and look at the draw and see what number would have to be added to the previous draw to come up with the current draw.  I will give an example shortly.  I will tell you that I found that 009 (the zeros mean the number was the same as the previous draw and the 9 means that that digit was 1 less than the previous draw, or 9 more!), and 990 were the most used numbers for adding. 

    I was looking only at doubles because it makes it easier to play all combos.  Looking at just the 009 first, you want to make sure that you are covering all the possibilities, so you need to add 009, 090, and 900 to the previous draw to come up with the new number you are going to play.  That is 3 tickets and now you do the same for 990 and that give you 3 more, for a total of 6 tickets.  So with the 009, 090, and 900 you will be playing a number that has two of the numbers in the previous draw (that's what the zero means) and one of the numbers will be 1 less that the other digit (adding 9 is the same as subtracting 1, adding 8 is the same as subtracting 2, etc.).

    With the 990, 909 and 099 you are then playing a number that has only 1 digit the same as the previous draw and the other 2 are 1 less.

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      I expect that you will find that the 009 and 990 works for your state, too, but I don't know for sure.  You should check it out before using it!!  You might find another number (doubles, remember) that works better.  You must use doubles so that you can cover all possible combos with only 3 tickets.  Here is an example..this is from my California database with a lot of the columns deleted to make it more clear (I hope!!):




      465


      0.456


      4899


      04/07 eve


      207





      592


      0.259


      4898


      04/07 mid


      230





      092


      0.029


      4897


      04/06 eve


      640





      894


      0.489


      4896


      04/06 mid


      912





      775


      0.577


      4895


      04/05 eve


      209





      738


      0.378


      4894


      04/05 mid


      809





      975


      0.579


      4893


      04/04 eve


      092





      567


      0.567


      4892


      04/04 mid


      298





      935


      0.359


      4891


      04/03 eve


      370





      980


      0.089


      4890


      04/03 mid


      832





      275


      0.257


      4889


      04/02 eve


      108





      951


      0.159


      4888


      04/02 mid


      999





      286


      0.268


      4887


      04/01 eve


      900


      0


      0


      9


      836


      0.368


      4886


      04/01 mid


      812





      655


      0.556


      4885


      03/31 eve


      407





      519


      0.159


      4884


      03/31 mid


      660


      6


      6


      0


      995


      0.599


      4883


      03/30 eve


      564





      053


      0.035


      4882


      03/30 mid


      099


      9


      9


      0


      064


      0.046


      4881


      03/29 eve


      990


      9


      9


      0


      561


      0.156


      4880


      03/29 mid


      198





      086


      0.068


      4879


      03/28 eve


      902





      661


      0.166


      4878


      03/28 mid


      699


      9


      9


      6


      775


      0.577


      4877


      03/27 eve


      020


      0


      0


      2


      755


      0.557


      4876


      03/27 mid


      498







      The first column is the actual draw, the second column is in numerical order (had to do the decimal number to get it to sort correctly and also for my searches of last draw), the next column is the draw number, then the date, and mid or eve and the next column is the number that is added to the previous draw to come up with the current draw.

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        I find that it is easier to figure out the number that is added when it has a digit that is smaller than the digit in the previous draw is to remember the compliments.  Notice that the first draw at the top is 465, put in order that is 456.  The previous draw (in order) was 259.  Starting from the left with the latest draw, 4 compared to the 2 from the previous draw is 2 (meaning I had to add 2 to the previous draw to come up with the 4).  The next digit in the current draw is 5 which is the same as the previous draw, so that gives me a zero.  Now I have 20.  The last digit in the current draw is a 6 and a 9 in the previous draw.  Since my rules are you can only add, I would see that the difference between the 6 and 9 is 3, so the 6 is 3 less, but since I can only add, I would add the compliment of 7.  So my number is 207 for that draw. 

        Notice that when I had a number with a double (that's what I want to use), I put the digits in order just to the right, so that I could count them easier.  Actually, they are with the double first, then the other digit last.

        I use 009, 090, 900, 990, 909, and 099 as the numbers I add.  Looking at last nights draw in California, it was 465, but I put it in order...456 and I cheat a little and use a simple Excel spreadsheet to do the work for me.

        Here is what I'm playing today...see if you can see what I did!!




        455


        446


        445


        356


        346


        355




        I think that is all for now.  I will be happy to answer any questions.

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          Very interesting Dude.  Here is another way you can win 3% of the time playing the same amount of combos that you are.  Play all combos of all three digits from the last draw.  All three digits repeat about 3% of the time in the next draw.  (Reference: saliu.com  "The Fundamental Formula of Gambling")

          Thanks for sharing your info.

          Posted 4/6:  IL Pick 3 midday and evening until they hit:  555, 347 (str8).



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            Posted: April 8, 2004, 8:48 am - IP Logged

            Very interesting indeed, Dude. I think it is a good workout!

            Thanks for the permission to put it up as Workout 41.

            http://www.wheelworld.net/WORKOUTS/p3califdude3system.htm

            Good Luck!

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              Thanks, all.  I hope it makes money for others, but mostly for me!!!

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                thanks -

                love to nibble those micey feet.

                 

                                             

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                  Quote: Originally posted by Rick G on April 08, 2004



                  Very interesting Dude.  Here is another way you can win 3% of the time playing the same amount of combos that you are.  Play all combos of all three digits from the last draw.  All three digits repeat about 3% of the time in the next draw.  (Reference: saliu.com  "The Fundamental Formula of Gambling")

                  Thanks for sharing your info.





                  Not in California!!  In the last 500 draws, the digits have repeated only once!  That's $3000 bet and $500 returned.  I think I will stick with my system!!  Thanks, anyway.


                   

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                    Quote: Originally posted by MikeK on April 08, 2004







                    Very interesting indeed, Dude. I think it is a good workout!

                    Thanks for the permission to put it up as Workout 41.

                    http://www.wheelworld.net/WORKOUTS/p3califdude3system.htm

                    Good Luck!





                    Everyone, please remember that Mike is using my doubles info.  I would think that it might be the same for your state, but don't know.  I would be interested to have feedback on that.  I have gone back about 400 draws so far in California.  I have over 1000 draws in the database, but it is very time consuming to figure the differences for each draw.


                     

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                      CalifDude

                      Hi!

                      How are you? Enjoying your vacation?

                      I think that Hypersonique was or is working on something like this also?

                      It would be nice if both of you could work together on these things.

                      Thank you.

                      But more or less how much money would be spent and how much money made and in about what time period more or less?

                      Thank you

                      EXCALIBUR is no more that "Handle" is dead, gone.
                      Maybe sometime in the future I might come back as LANTERN again, but maybe not, if I don't come back as LANTERN in the future then I won't come back at all, but as I said there is no more EXCALIBUR.

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                        Well CalifDude, your state must be an anomaly.  It works in PA and IL.  I just ran 500 numbers from random.org and the three digits repeated in the next combination 13 times which equates to 2.6%.

                        Good luck with your system...sounds like a good one.

                        Posted 4/6:  IL Pick 3 midday and evening until they hit:  555, 347 (str8).


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                          CaifDude, you're right....just got done doing another 500 random numbers just to check it out and got 0 three digit repeats from the last draw.

                          But I think you're onto something because there were a whole lot of two number repeats with one up-one down with the third digit.

                          I'm wondering if the ping pong balls have more of a bias going for them?

                          Thanks...keep up the good work.

                          Posted 4/6:  IL Pick 3 midday and evening until they hit:  555, 347 (str8).


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                            Well, Rick, California does not use the ping pong balls.  It is done by computer to save time. 

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                              Quote: Originally posted by EXCALIBUR on April 08, 2004


                              CalifDude
                              Hi!
                              How are you? Enjoying your vacation?
                              I think that Hypersonique was or is working on something like this also?
                              It would be nice if both of you could work together on these things.
                              Thank you.
                              But more or less how much money would be spent and how much money made and in about what time period more or less?
                              Thank you




                              Hello, Excalibur.  I didn't know that Hypersonique was working on the same thing.

                              As far as the money...well if it stays at 3% (actually about 3.5% for last 400 draws in California), out of 100 draws, you would spend $600 and get 3 straights which run about $500 each.  You would net $900 in 100 draws.

                              Hope that answers your question.