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Pick-3 Math Formula - I think I have it.

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OH, HEY.... I think I have something. Please help me figure it out further. The formula goes like this, and it's VERY VERY simple.. **Since the the odds of winning (1,000 to 1) are only HALF the pay-out odds (500 to 1)... you will be a LOOSER ALL YOUR LIFE.

Hello. My name is Peter and I am a degenerate low-life Florida Cash-3 player. It took me 16 years to reach this conclusion, and now that I've reached it. I hope someone tries to argue with me.  We can argue here... or at my place. Here's my personal email address = kp@gate.net  I found out some pretty interesting stuff recently.


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    Quote: Originally posted by Kp2o3 on June 29, 2004



    OH, HEY.... I think I have something. Please help me figure it out further. The formula goes like this, and it's VERY VERY simple.. **Since the the odds of winning (1,000 to 1) are only HALF the pay-out odds (500 to 1)... you will be a LOOSER ALL YOUR LIFE.

    Comment: You mean loser.

    Hello. My name is Peter and I am a degenerate low-life Florida Cash-3 player.

    Comment: Hello, Peter. I will reserve my judgment on the rest.

    It took me 16 years to reach this conclusion, and now that I've reached it. I hope someone tries to argue with me.  We can argue here... or at my place.

    Comment: Let's discuss it.

    Here's my personal email address = kp@gate.net  I found out some pretty interesting stuff recently.

    Comment: Let's do it here.

    That all right Lantern?

    Colin




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      Ok, Here's a simple question. Is it possible that the single digit "1" will never again appear in any column in your state's Pick-3?? The answer would have to be NO. Of course not. It has to hit sooner or later. I hope we agree so far. Ok so,,, if you look in your state's pick-3 history, what is the maximum time any digit ever took to hit? 50 draws? 70?, 100? What would you think? Also look up what is the longest any 6-way box took to hit? 100 draws? 2000 draws??

      Peter C.

       

      Quote: Originally posted by Colin F on June 30, 2004







      Quote: Originally posted by Kp2o3 on June 29, 2004



      OH, HEY.... I think I have something. Please help me figure it out further. The formula goes like this, and it's VERY VERY simple.. **Since the the odds of winning (1,000 to 1) are only HALF the pay-out odds (500 to 1)... you will be a LOOSER ALL YOUR LIFE.

      Comment: You mean loser.

      Hello. My name is Peter and I am a degenerate low-life Florida Cash-3 player.

      Comment: Hello, Peter. I will reserve my judgment on the rest.

      It took me 16 years to reach this conclusion, and now that I've reached it. I hope someone tries to argue with me.  We can argue here... or at my place.

      Comment: Let's discuss it.

      Here's my personal email address = kp@gate.net  I found out some pretty interesting stuff recently.

      Comment: Let's do it here.

      That all right Lantern?

      Colin








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        Kp203

        Don't you know,

        Go with the flow,

        No butt ze head,

        Against ze brick wall.

        Okey Dokey?

        Colin

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          To Peter .

          I think you got your filter. and you can write program to test your filter on all the combinations.  Maybe I can discuss it whit you.

          My personal email address is lottoweave@hotmail.com.