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A SUCCESSFUL STRATEGY TO WIN PICK 3 LOTTERIES?
A Lucky Letter subscriber explains
The First October 2001 Lottery Newsletter
"It all started with me buying the Book "How to win PICK 3 lotteries" two months ago. I really enjoyed the GOLDEN RULES, they are simple and straight forward and I immediately put them to work. I played only those numbers for a while, compared them with previous numbers. I won 290$ twice and 40$ quite a few times. Everybody on the forums says, it's a book for beginners, but then I guess I am one.

Then I heard about the new PICK3 forecast. That sounded interesting too, I thought I give it try. So I got the trial version for 10 bucks. I looked at it. I knew from the book that picking doubles and triples was against the GOLDEN RULES.

I followed the results here in Washington for some time, the forecast hit at least twice a week in general. But there were quite a few numbers to choose from (30) actually.

Here is what I did.

The Forecast mentioned boxed:

016, 024, 048, 125, 135, 145, 234, 236, 246, 249, 379, 469, 489, 578, 789

Straight:: 013, 025, 124, 156, 239, 249, 269, 345, 348, 356, 359, 456, 569, 579, 689

I compared the choices with the 81 Reduced Winning Numbers Table in the How to book. The result:

016, 125, 145, 236, 249, 469, 489, 025, 156, 239, 249, 269, 345, 348, 356, 456

Those 16 numbers looked playable. According to GOLDEN RULE 4 I played: 601, 512, 415, 623, 294, 649, 894, 250, 561, 392, 924, 692, 534, 834,, 635 and 645.

And then I did something you should not do! I bet 10$ straight on every of those numbers on Thursday, and 645 hit! I am still counting...

Good Luck to everyone,

Jim in WA"


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