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mjwinsmith's avatar - moon

United States
Member #391
June 8, 2002
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Posted: November 15, 2004, 11:59 am - IP Logged
Quote: Originally posted by tomterrific on November 08, 2004

im a pisces and i look at your system and im lost could you explain more in detail or e mail me the info so that i can better understand it

 for pisces players here are the pick-4 (box) sets you would want to play: 0156

for pick-3 the sets are: 156-516-561-165-615-651

grid set 0-5-6 (9.6) = 54 units you would look to combine that with one of the 156-516-165-615-651 grid sets to get the straight number to play and the number of units to play.

Now remember our Sum Rule of 72 plus??

where the 156-516-561-165-615-651 sets would have values of;

30-25-20-15-10-5 respectfully, 45+30 = 75 so that's a good one

45 + 25 = 70 close so you make a judgement call if you'd like to use it.

Let say you'll go with the 45+30 = 75 only then you use the other number from the opposite grid in the First-Second-Third and Fourth position in the pick-4. Huh! Let's take a look at it.

056 from grid position (9.6) now from 156 (5.6) the digit "1" is going to create the pick-4 number to play, the "1" is going to be in the First,Second, Third and Fourth poistion.....1056-0156-0516-0561 you do the same for the other grid; so to (156) you are going to use the "0" in the First, Second, Third and Fourth position; 0156-1056-1506-1560.

You have double numbered sets 0156-1056 you can leave them or delete them from play, but if they fall and you delete them then that would be a bouble loss. Note the power of importance for the numbers are the order drawn, that is the best number is the first drawn in each of the samples, followed by the second and so on. That is to say if you only had to play one or two of the sets chose the order accordingly.

So lets say you can't play $75.00 on all of the sets, put $75.00 on the first and/or second and $7.50 on the rest, etc.

A $7.50 hit on any of the numbers would still bring in a good sum $37500 is not to bad a payday. When you build up a bank roll you can afford to play with their money and $75.00 on eight picks would only cost $600.00 but when hit would bring in $375,000.00.

I hope this helps. Thanks for the inquiry and good luck.


    $$34WINNER's avatar - anglewings
    United States
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    December 10, 2003
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    Posted: November 21, 2004, 12:10 pm - IP Logged

    Thanks Mike.  You are awesome!