gsc5

Mar 19, 2008, 7:30 am

You might just make a living playing p/3, if instead of trying to predict 1/000 or 1/100. You predict 1 digit only.

pacattack05

Mar 19, 2008, 9:05 am

**I'm all ears.**

gsc5

Mar 19, 2008, 2:07 pm

pacattack05, I'm all ears!! I don't have the answer, thats what I am looking for, someone that could make some sense of it to me. Just one digit and its position and you can win if you cover all the numbers with that digit. Why should that be harder than 1/1000 or 1/100?

libra

Mar 19, 2008, 3:12 pm

**There is a one digit system out there. It's by Lottery systems International. It's called "174 One Step Pick One Number Three Digit Lottery system.You pick one digit and play the 174 combos that it shows for that digit. You Play it .50 - .50 If that digit shows you will hit it ,7 ways 6 boxes and 1 straight. Now how good are you at picking one digit consistantly at $174. a pop? This system is copyrighted 1999. So I don't know if it still exsists. The address in the book is, Lottery system International, RR1, BOX 311, SOLSBERRY, INDIANA, 47459. Sorry I don't remember what it costs.**

**Good Luck Libra Dave**

pacattack05

Mar 19, 2008, 3:49 pm

In response to libra

**Quote:** Originally posted by libra on Mar 19, 2008

**There is a one digit system out there. It's by Lottery systems International. It's called "174 One Step Pick One Number Three Digit Lottery system.You pick one digit and play the 174 combos that it shows for that digit. You Play it .50 - .50 If that digit shows you will hit it ,7 ways 6 boxes and 1 straight. Now how good are you at picking one digit consistantly at $174. a pop? This system is copyrighted 1999. So I don't know if it still exsists. The address in the book is, Lottery system International, RR1, BOX 311, SOLSBERRY, INDIANA, 47459. Sorry I don't remember what it costs.**

**Good Luck Libra Dave**

**I'm sure there is a way to figure out how to incorporate that one digit with the 174 combos without buying his system. I did just that with one of steve player's systems that he charged 30 bucks for. I figured it out just by the description of the system and a few key hints he gave...lol**

Stack47

Mar 19, 2008, 4:46 pm

In response to pacattack05

**Quote:** Originally posted by pacattack05 on Mar 19, 2008

**I'm sure there is a way to figure out how to incorporate that one digit with the 174 combos without buying his system. I did just that with one of steve player's systems that he charged 30 bucks for. I figured it out just by the description of the system and a few key hints he gave...lol**

If you're just picking one digit in any position, play that one digit with all 55 two digit combinations. The win potential is 36 ways to win $25, 18 ways to win $105, and 1 way to win $445 betting $55. If you're trying to pick one digit in one position, play front pair or back pair. The win potential is $40 betting $10.

If you have a consistent method for picking the one digit, it could show a small profit, but I believe gsc5 mentioned "making a living".

gsc5

Mar 19, 2008, 7:16 pm

In response to Stack47

**Quote:** Originally posted by Stack47 on Mar 19, 2008

If you're just picking one digit in any position, play that one digit with all 55 two digit combinations. The win potential is 36 ways to win $25, 18 ways to win $105, and 1 way to win $445 betting $55. If you're trying to pick one digit in one position, play front pair or back pair. The win potential is $40 betting $10.

If you have a consistent method for picking the one digit, it could show a small profit, but I believe gsc5 mentioned "making a living".

I would like to be consistent picking the first digit, that would give me a profit of $500. That could be a living.

pacattack05

Mar 19, 2008, 8:14 pm

In response to gsc5

**Quote:** Originally posted by gsc5 on Mar 19, 2008

I would like to be consistent picking the first digit, that would give me a profit of $500. That could be a living.

**It's not hard to pick the first digit correctly, it's the last two that are tricky.**

**038**

**138**

**238**

**438**

**538**

**638**

**738**

**838**

**938**

gsc5

Mar 19, 2008, 9:11 pm

If you could pick the first digit, then the next two are easy. Say the first is 4, then you play the entire set of 100 numbers giving you a profit of $500. Here in Mo. if you were to predict the first number 12 times in a month straight, playing each day. You would profit $4200. a mo. That would be a living to me. Why should that be so hard.

With all the high math, and complex systems trying to find 1/1000, you would think, if that effort was directed to coming up with just the first digit, 1/10 with any success. You would make a very good living.

4

pacattack05

Mar 19, 2008, 9:46 pm

In response to gsc5

**Quote:** Originally posted by gsc5 on Mar 19, 2008

If you could pick the first digit, then the next two are easy. Say the first is 4, then you play the entire set of 100 numbers giving you a profit of $500. Here in Mo. if you were to predict the first number 12 times in a month straight, playing each day. You would profit $4200. a mo. That would be a living to me. Why should that be so hard.

With all the high math, and complex systems trying to find 1/1000, you would think, if that effort was directed to coming up with just the first digit, 1/10 with any success. You would make a very good living.

4

**But you only have 4 chances to make a hundred bucks profit before you even out on the fifth, and that's if you get it right on the fifth.**

**It's not that easy to get the first number right. If it was, I'd be rich by now...lol**

pacattack05

Mar 19, 2008, 10:01 pm

**There is about a 70 percent chance that a previous number from the last drawing will show. Maybe less than 70, I'm not sure, but even then, I'd have to play all three from the night before, unless it was a double then I'd only have to play 2, but playing all 3 would cost 300 bucks.**

**I have a better solution. First do a 50/50 filter. The first 500 and the second 500. 000-499....500-999. See which one is over due in each position, and then you only have 125 combos to deal with.**

**5X5X5=125**

**Then do the one digit thingy. Now pick a number from the previous night's winning number, but do not pick from the same position. In other words, if you play the first position, then pick a number from last night's 2nd or 3rd position. Rarely does a number appear in the same position the next day.**

**So it would look like this. Let's say I pick the 3 from the middle position from last night, and I pick low for the first, high for the middle, and low for the 3rd:**

**3 5 0**

** 6 1**

** 7 2**

** 8 3**

** 9 4**

**350 351 352 353 354**

**360 361 362 363 364**

**370 371 372 373 374**

**380 381 382 383 384**

**390 391 392 393 394**

**25 combos.**

Stack47

Mar 19, 2008, 10:37 pm

In response to gsc5

**Quote:** Originally posted by gsc5 on Mar 19, 2008

If you could pick the first digit, then the next two are easy. Say the first is 4, then you play the entire set of 100 numbers giving you a profit of $500. Here in Mo. if you were to predict the first number 12 times in a month straight, playing each day. You would profit $4200. a mo. That would be a living to me. Why should that be so hard.

With all the high math, and complex systems trying to find 1/1000, you would think, if that effort was directed to coming up with just the first digit, 1/10 with any success. You would make a very good living.

4

"*Say the first is 4, then you play the entire set of 100 numbers giving you a profit of $500.*"

It would cost you $100 to buy the tickets so the profit is $400. I'd probably get a ten 4X front pairs at $10 a piece, but I understand where you're going.

"*Here in Mo. if you were to predict the first number 12 times in a month straight, playing each day. You would profit $4200. a mo.*"

That would be more like 12 X $500 = $6000 minus the cost $100 X 31 = $3100 or around $3000 a month and getting even money. You would either need to raise your bet or get more hits a month to make a living. The real problem here is when you don't get 12 or get under 6 hits a month and don't get a pay check.

"*With all the high math, and complex systems trying to find 1/1000, you would think, if that effort was directed to coming up with just the first digit, 1/10 with any success.*"

It doesn't necessarily have to be the digit in the first position because you can use the same method keying on any of the three positions. Do you have any ideas on a methodology to consistently pick that one digit?

gsc5

Mar 19, 2008, 10:53 pm

In response to pacattack05

**Quote:** Originally posted by pacattack05 on Mar 19, 2008

**There is about a 70 percent chance that a previous number from the last drawing will show. Maybe less than 70, I'm not sure, but even then, I'd have to play all three from the night before, unless it was a double then I'd only have to play 2, but playing all 3 would cost 300 bucks.**

**I have a better solution. First do a 50/50 filter. The first 500 and the second 500. 000-499....500-999. See which one is over due in each position, and then you only have 125 combos to deal with.**

**5X5X5=125**

**Then do the one digit thingy. Now pick a number from the previous night's winning number, but do not pick from the same position. In other words, if you play the first position, then pick a number from last night's 2nd or 3rd position. Rarely does a number appear in the same position the next day.**

**So it would look like this. Let's say I pick the 3 from the middle position from last night, and I pick low for the first, high for the middle, and low for the 3rd:**

**3 5 0**

** 6 1**

** 7 2**

** 8 3**

** 9 4**

**350 351 352 353 354**

**360 361 362 363 364**

**370 371 372 373 374**

**380 381 382 383 384**

**390 391 392 393 394**

**25 combos.**

Thanks, maybe that will help. By the way, I did meet a man that said he made on a average of $60k a year, but wouldn't say how, except he played alot of numbers. Today I was talking to a store manager, I said something about p/3. She said there was a guy that comes in everyweek and cashes in $800. or more. She said he's been doing that for months.

I'll tell what I really think. I think its the fear of losing that dominates our plays. And why most never win. We attract what we fear. Our desire to win is overshadow by our fear of losing.

BobP

Mar 20, 2008, 2:26 am

The, "If You Can Pick One Digit You Can Win Pick-3 System" has been free on Lotto-Logix for years.

http://www.lotto-logix.com/txthouse/lottodojo2.html

BobP

pacattack05

Mar 20, 2008, 4:31 am

In response to BobP

**Quote:** Originally posted by BobP on Mar 20, 2008

The, "If You Can Pick One Digit You Can Win Pick-3 System" has been free on Lotto-Logix for years.

http://www.lotto-logix.com/txthouse/lottodojo2.html

BobP

**Straights is the desire here. I've seen that system for boxed a long time ago. After many trials it deemed unprofitable.**

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