ABC Pairs: A New Strategy



The ABC Pairs strategy is my latest creation.

This is one of the most powerful strategies I have ever posted and I am giving it away here.....for FREE!

This strategy is still a work in progress but I will tell you what I have so far.

I posted a previous ABC strategy where I said that when a set of digits has not hit for a while from the A (123), B (456), or C (789) group there is a good chance that a number will soon hit with all three digits from that missing group.

This means that if the digits 1, 2, and 3 have not hit in a while (A), there is a good chance that an AAA number will hit soon. Examples of AAA numbers include 231, 112, 223, and 313.

This is a valid strategy and it works.

However, I have a brand new strategy that works with greater frequency. This new and better strategy is based on the 3 main pairs for the A, B, and C digits. This ABC Pairs strategy is based on pairs (2 digits) not on all 3 digits. You are more likely to see an A, B, or C PAIR hit than all 3 digits on the same number. This means that you are more likely to see BBA or BBC than BBB.

The A digits are 123 so the A pairs are 12, 13, and 23. (NOTE: I am deliberately not using the double pairs in this system (11, 22, 33) to cut down on the numbers to play.)

The B digits are 456 so the B pairs are 45, 46, and 56.

The C digits are 789 so the C pairs are 78, 79, and 89.

To cover every possibility for each pair you will have to play each pair with the 10 digits 0 thru 9. Therefore, this ABC Pairs system creates 30 numbers.

For pair 79, for example, you would play 790, 791, 792, 793, 794, 795, 796, 797, 798, 799. That’s 10 numbers for each pair, 30 numbers total, to be played in BOX form. This list of 30 numbers can be reduced to 28 numbers (I will explain that below.)

Now let’s test this out. Below I have listed the New York Pick 3 results from November 17, 2011 going back to November 3, 2011. Looking below you see that 469 hit on the evening of November 17 and 302 hit midday that day.

The number 680 hit on the evening of November 16 and 665 hit midday that day, and so forth.

I have written the A, B, or C pair next to each number having that pair. For example, next to the number 469 I wrote “B pair 46” because it has that B pair.

Next to the number 302 I wrote “A pair 23” because it has that A pair, and so forth.

Here is what I came up with:

November 17, 2011

469 - B pair 46

302 - A pair 23

680

665 - B pair 56

645 - B pairs 45, 46, 56

278 - C pair 78

908 - C pair 89

278 - C pair 78

630

189 - C pair 89

470

151

537

709 - C pair 79

039

319 - A pair 13

094

363

658 - B pair 56

115

649 - B pair 46

027

374

821 - A pair 12

512 - A pair 12

685 - B pair 56

290

659 - B pair 56

253 - A pair 23

343

November 3, 2011



The ABC Chain

Now here is a good example of how one great discovery leads to another great discovery and of how one breakthrough leads to another breakthrough.

The ABC Pairs system is a great breakthrough for me because it forced me to pay attention to something I was not even aware “was there.” What I am referring to is what I now call the ABC Pair Chain.

The ABC Pair Chain is the sequence of ABC Pairs that can only be seen when you write them all out.

Looking at the results I listed above and reading them from the bottom (Nov 3) going up (Nov 17), this is the ABC Pair Chain:

A-BB-AA-BB-A-CCCCC-BB-A-B

Very interesting, isn’t it?

Here are two quick observations based on this ABC Pair Chain:

At any point in time, one set of pairs (A, B, or C) seems to dominate. This means that the pairs seem to hit in clusters. You are MORE likely to see AAA-BBB-CCC than A-B-C-A-B-C, etc. A practical implication of this is that if an A pair just hit, there is a good chance that another A pair number will follow.

After a set of pairs has NOT hit for a while, pairs from that group will hit several times back to back.

You will notice that at the beginning there are several A and B pairs but NO C pairs.

Sure enough FIVE C pairs hit back to back soon after:

CCCCC = 79, 89, 78, 89, 78!

I suggest you do the same thing for your state and test out these two theories based on the ABC Pairs Chain.

Write out the last 30 or 40 results for your state and write the corresponding A, B, or C pairs next to each number that has it and then write out the chain in a piece of papar.

Look for several pairs hitting back to back (example: AAAA, BBB, CCCC) and then use that information to predict what set of pairs should be hitting next based on the LAST set of clusters.



Two Strategies for Selecting Pairs

There are two ways to go about selecting what set of pairs you will play with this ABC Pairs system.

One strategy is to play the current hottest set of pairs. The other is to play the most due; the one that has not hit in a while and is due to hit soon.

Both of these methods are valid but selecting the current hottest set of pairs seems to be the best strategy.



Standard Play: 28 Numbers

2 Levels of Reduction: 22-19

In this ABC Pairs system there are 10 standard numbers you will typically play for each ABC pair.

I will now explain how all the 30 numbers from the the 3 ABC pairs actually reduce down to 28 numbers.

Then I will talk about two levels of reduction. Instead of playing the standard 28 numbers you can adopt a more agressive type of play and play 22 or 19 numbers.

When the 3 lists of 10 numbers is combined you will actually end up with 28 numbers, NOT 30. I will show what I mean by using the 3 A pairs: 12, 13, 23.

The 10 numbers for pair 12 are 012, 112, 122, 123, 124, 125, 126, 127, 128, 129. Items: 10

The 10 numbers for pair 13 are 013, 113, 123, 133, 134, 135, 136, 137, 138, 139. Items: 10

The 10 numbers for pair 23 are 023, 123, 223, 233, 234, 235, 236, 237, 238, 239. Items: 10

The number 123 showed up 3 times - but we only need it once so the 3 lists can be reduced to these 28 numbers:

012, 013, 023, 112, 113, 122, 123, 124, 125, 126, 127, 128, 129, 133, 134, 135, 136, 137, 138, 139, 223, 233, 234, 235, 236, 237, 238, 239.

The aggressive strategy I mentioned earlier involves removing the doubles and only playing the SINGLES. The singles list is shorter. It only has 22 numbers: 012, 013, 023, 123, 124, 125, 126, 127, 128, 129, 134, 135, 136, 137, 138, 139, 234, 235, 236, 237, 238, 239.

The most aggressive type of play with this strategy involves removing consecutive numbers such as 123, 234, 456, 567, 789, etc. This reduces the list even further to just 19 numbers: 013, 023, 124, 125, 126, 127, 128, 129, 134, 135, 136, 137, 138, 139, 235, 236, 237, 238, 239.



B Pairs: 28-22-19

The 28 Standard B Numbers: 045 046 056 145 146 156 245 246 256 345 346 356 445 446 455 456 457 458 459 466 467 468 469 556 566 567 568 569. Items: 28

22 B Pairs Singles: 045 046 056 145 146 156 245 246 256 345 346 356 456 457 458 459 467 468 469 567 568 569. Items: 22

19 Non-Consecutive Numbers: 045 046 056 145 146 156 245 246 256 346 356 457 458 459 467 468 469 568 569. Items: 19



C Pairs: 28-22-19

The 28 Standard C Numbers: 078 079 089 178 179 189 278 279 289 378 379 389 478 479 489 578 579 589 678 679 689 778 779 788 789 799 889 899. Items: 28

22 C Pairs Singles: 078 079 089 178 179 189 278 279 289 378 379 389 478 479 489 578 579 589 678 679 689 789. Items: 22

19 Non-Consecutive Numbers: 078 079 178 179 189 278 279 289 378 379 389 478 479 489 578 579 589 679 689. Items: 19



Two Types of Play:

Conservative (28) and Very Aggressive (19)

There are two ways to play this strategy as I just mentioned, conservatively where you play all 28 numbers for either the current hottest OR most due pairs - or you can play a more aggressive strategy and only play 22 (aggressive) or just 19 (very aggressive) numbers for each set of pairs.

However, in the beginning (when you are only playing on PAPER!) I suggest playing “all 28 numbers” just so you see how the strategy plays out.

Another reason to only play on paper in the beginning: you first have to see if your prediction of what set of pairs will hit next is correct or not. This takes practice and skill.

You do NOT want to be losing money at this early testing phase!



How To Use The ABC Pairs Strategy: Step By Step

As I said in the beginning, this ABC Pairs system is a work in progress but I wanted to post what I have so far because it looks very promising.

To summarize, the way to use this strategy is to:

(1) First write out the last 30 to 40 results for your state (BOTH midday and evening combined).

(2) Write out the corresponding A, B, or C pairs next to those numbers that have those pairs.

(3) Write the letter sequence like I did in the example above. This is the ABC Pairs Chain.

(4) Try to predict, based on the pattern you see on the chain of letters what set of pairs (A, B, or C) should be hitting next.

(5) I suggest at the beginning just playing on paper and playing all the numbers for each pair.

Now the only thing left at this point is figuring out the corresponding betting strategy to go with this ABC Pairs strategy.

I will post what I find in a future article, so stay tuned.

If you have any ideas you want to share, email me at aa2newyork@aol.com

Talk to you soon!



UPDATE: NEW Program:

"Anthony's ABC Pairs Chain"

This is my latest software program and its up and running right now on the P34sug webiste.

You can try to do everything I just mentioned on this article with pen and paper (the old way) and hope to god you don't make a mistake, or you can do it the EASY way by just writing in the results on the program and the program will give you the correct ABC Pairs Chain INSTANTLY and perfectly every single time.

Or better yet, do what I do; write the results on Microsoft Word and just copy and paste the results to the program. (Quick strategy: you can update your Word document every night with that days results.)

Check it out. A two week trial is only $20!

Let me give you an example of how the program works. Lets say these are the last 22 results in your state and you wanted to know the corresponding ABC Pairs chain for these numbers: 845 003 127 961 302 391 942 158 720 632 917 234 943 881 943 729 275 069 076 124 965 057.

When you enter them on the program, you will instantly get the output below. Not only will it give you the ABC letter sequence for the chain, it will also tell you WHAT number that letter came from:

Anthony's ABC Pairs Chain (Pick 3) MT13 w3.7

22 recent Draws: 845 003 127 961 302 391 942 158 720 632 917 234 943 881 943 729 275 069 076 124 965 057

The ABC Pairs Chain: B-AAAA-C-A-C-A-B

Details:

845: B Pair 45

127: A Pair 12

302: A Pair 23

391: A Pair 13

632: A Pair 23

917: C Pair 79

234: A Pair 23

729: C Pair 79

124: A Pair 12

965: B Pair 56



Test out the program here.




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