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Free Program - Pick 3 wheeling-engine

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Hi all,

Here's a free wheeling eninge for pick3, for straight and boxed numbers.

Wheeling engine for Pick3 from LotSoft 

There are 2 ways of selection for digits;

- any position: for boxed numbers
- positional: for straight numbers

You can filter out several patterns such as Highlow, Oddeven, shortsum, root and sumdigits
If you want to select all items in a list, just click it with the right mousebutton and select "Select all" from the popup menu. (you can also de-select all the items in the list using the same way and selecting "De-select" from the popup menu)

The exe-file has been scanned and is virusfree. There is no spyware or anything either, it is clean.
Click this link Download freewheel (84 KB) and savethe file to disk, then double-click it to run the wheeling engine.
If this file does not run on your computer, you might wanna download the setuppackage here (5 MB)

enjoy

Grtz,
Ricky

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The link for the setup package holds https://www.lotterypost.com/ in it, which ofcourse is not correct

this is the good one: here (5 MB)

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Thanks Ricky.

Bob

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Ricky

Thank you very much.

As these wheels go it might need just one more filter to be a "Standard" filtered wheeler.

The pick 3 lenght or width difference filter.

That is, the difference in digits from lowest to highest digits.

Like, 836 = 3 to 8 = 5 pick 3 width or lenght. 3 being the lowest digit and 8 being the highest.

That one filter would make the wheeler complete or a standard filtered wheeler.

Then it would be just as good or even better than many other wheelers out there.

But why just go halfway?

Be different and not like everybody else, make that filter like this instead:

Low to Mid digits width.

Mid to high digits width.

Low to High digits width.

But again, why just go halfway with things?

Also include:

Lth pair width A-BC = A-B.

Rth pair width AB-C = B-C.

Sides pair width A-(B)-C = A-C.

Then the width difference filter would be complete as it should be.

It would be good for both straight and boxed (Any-Order) combos.

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Another future wheeler or an addition to this-one could be a "PAIRS" wheeler.

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Thank you again.

I see that you are using Delphi now or maybe Lazarus. That is great.

Fernando.

 

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Ricky

Outstanding...thanks a lot!

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By the way, with the addition of the width difference filter it would be very much easier to reduce boxed and or straight combos.
Those are the standard basic filters, what your wheeler has and also the width filter.

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hi paurths,

now this was way cool, no hinting, nor beating around the bush, straight up sharing information.  thank you!

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thanks paurths

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you're all quite welcome,
i hope it helps some people creating their numbers/series

enjoy

grtz,
Ricky

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If those things were added I could then start to use it to make predictions on the pick 3 forum.

Besides the width filters only pairs manipulations might be really needed, perhaps mostly EXCLUDE pairs, boxed (Any Position) and straight by position.

I almost forgot, the EXCLUDE "Highest-Medium-Lowest" digits position filter for straight would greatly help reduce straight combos.

839=Medium-Lowest-Highest or MLH

255 = Lowest-Highest-Highest or LHH

258 = Lowest-Medium-Highest or LMH

As singles are 6 way filters each reduces about 120 straight combos. (MLH)

A very good and easy filter to use.

There are 100 pairs by position and there are 3 positions so each straight exclude pair reduces 10 straight combos and each boxed exclude pair maybe 30 straight combos?

LMH

LHM

MLH

MHL

HLM

HML

Six patterns in all for straight and ? for doubles.

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you're all quite welcome,
i hope it helps some people creating their numbers/series

enjoy

grtz,
Ricky

Ricky, I keep getting an error message that says,

"componet tabctl32.ocx or one of its dependencies not currently registered"  

OR  freewheel.exe not a valid WIN32 application. Any ideas or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks for all of your fine work. !!!!  

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Highest-Lowest for doubles. 

044 LHH

440 HLL

404 HLH

3 Patterns for doubles each hold 90 straight combos.

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Highest-Lowest for doubles. 

044 LHH

440 HLL

404 HLH

3 Patterns for doubles each hold 90 straight combos.

You consider zero as a low number ... I agree ... but 4 is a high number??????  I have never seen that before.  What are your low digits and your high digits?

Also, how is 440 a HLL??

I am sure I am missing something here!!

 

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you're all quite welcome,
i hope it helps some people creating their numbers/series

enjoy

grtz,
Ricky

Ricky, I keep getting an error message that says,

"componet tabctl32.ocx or one of its dependencies not currently registered"  

OR  freewheel.exe not a valid WIN32 application. Any ideas or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks for all of your fine work. !!!!  

which one of the two downloads did you use?
And, what operating system are you using?

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you're all quite welcome,
i hope it helps some people creating their numbers/series

enjoy

grtz,
Ricky

Ricky, I keep getting an error message that says,

"componet tabctl32.ocx or one of its dependencies not currently registered"  

OR  freewheel.exe not a valid WIN32 application. Any ideas or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks for all of your fine work. !!!!  

which one of the two downloads did you use?
And, what operating system are you using?

Ricky 

I have tried both ,, Windows XP

 Thanks for the help

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