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Posted: August 17, 2004, 4:18 pm - IP Logged

I agree... too much "crunching".... you can "overwork" a method!

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    Posted: August 18, 2004, 12:20 pm - IP Logged

    I think it would be helpful to the forum

    if more users  told what features work the best(or hinder) or are vital for a sucession of hits.Maybe a consensus can be had.Time

    will time.

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      Posted: August 18, 2004, 2:09 pm - IP Logged

      Winner2Be,

      How's it goin?  Just wanted you to know that I CRUNCH every day.......my Rice Krispies!

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



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        Posted: August 18, 2004, 2:23 pm - IP Logged

        Winner2Be,

        When in mid-June the CRUNCH/Wild WHeel posts started, many winning tickets were shown, actually daily (I enclose a few below for your viewing pleasure). These were all from Missouri.

        Shortly afterwards the player(s) "matured" so to speak and moved from playing in the state to playing online, using Online Sportsbooks places such as Caribsports and others. That of course eliminates the opportunity to show printed tickets but offers the option of playing PICK 3 games from different US states with higher returns right from your computer screen.

        In mid-June winning tickets were shown, and players wanted to see the winning numbers beforehand rather than the winning tickets afterwards. Now that the winning numbers are shown beforehand, apparently people want to see the winning tickets again.

        The mentioned systems (CRUNCH/Wild Wheel 3) are still there change much, the method was improved, but the number of posts increased. Many other states are involved now, the tools are available for everyone, and more players are interested in the methods and the tools used. 

        GOOD LUCK! 

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          Posted: August 18, 2004, 2:32 pm - IP Logged

          We want to see the winning numbers before hand AND the winning tickets after.....

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            Posted: August 18, 2004, 3:44 pm - IP Logged

            I sense the schism between

            Crunchers and non-Crunchers.

            How and what the Crunch does

            is still a gray area.I have seen the

            frustration of Crunch users.Are

            there basics,common vital methods

            that can be shared so the dialogue

            between user and non-user can

            benefit.Crunchers want reduction

            but some do not know what part is

            basic or more effective in the

            long run.If it is not more or

            less chance than the user has

            the right to know and share or

            explain what's happening.I do

            not see much of that.Maybe

            there needs to be a Crunch

            forum. 

             

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              Posted: August 18, 2004, 3:48 pm - IP Logged
              Quote: Originally posted by dolllie on August 17, 2004


              I agree... too much "crunching".... you can "overwork" a method!



              I think its great that there do crunching..the problem for me is to what to play, how many numbers!

              I know the key is to make a profit..and that may mean spend $350..make$500..so $150..just about every day..I think thats what crunchers are doing

              have a great winning day!


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                Posted: August 18, 2004, 4:49 pm - IP Logged

                Interesting posts that came out of your initial post, winner2be. Thank you!

                Blackapple,

                I do not think there is or should be any crunching versus non-cruching issues.

                The CRUNCH is a tool to simplify the reduction of numbers. The use of it is universal and depends on the requirement of the player using it. It improves the accuracy in which slections are done. If you do not have any input on what filters to use, what numbers to start out with, you are having a problem. The same problem of course that you have when you are doing the reductions by hand. The idea is computerize the number reduction process for the reason of speed, you can change and adjust parameters quickly and as often as you want, and quality, the computer will not miss a number once you have your selection done. In addition it might even rank your selection to a certain degree. Your idea of a CRUNCH forum is cool too; there is a support forum established for The CRUNCH and CRUNCH 2.

                ONEDAY,

                Thanks for your comments as well. You are right that some "CRUNCHERS" are selecting very many numbers, but others - look at Lucky's posts for example - do not. The tool is very flexible, and it is not a system nor a method. It is a tool to do the user-requested selections, quick and easy for you.  You can bring the selections down to one, depending on your own personal method, or you can just rank the numbers to get an overview, to pick the selection easier.  That you can use this tool for so many different things, even charts as I also showed. That is certainly also a reason for the "explosiuon of CRUJNCH posts" recently.

                GOOD LUCK!

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                  Posted: August 18, 2004, 7:19 pm - IP Logged

                  Mike ,I just visited Crunch3 demo site.

                  Once again I am surprised at the updated

                  info and features offered.The critical and

                  absorbing methods certainly graps the attention

                  of this lottery enthusiast.