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Basic Lottery Math Explained

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Last Edited: August 3, 2008, 8:29 pm

Excerpts from Tenaj’s 111 Minus:123 Plus Rundown Tutorial E-Book – Lottery Math Chapter

BASIC LOTTERY MATH

   

Lottery Math is the blueprint of the Minus 111: Plus 123 Rundown. It has its own math and is quite different from math as we know it. The math we've learned is infinite. It goes on and on and is innumerable; however, Lottery Math maintains a loop. It stays within the realm of 000-999, never going outside of it. The digits 0-9 wrap continuously. The count doesn't go past 9. In regular math 9+1 = 10; in lottery math, the digits do not go below 0 nor above 9 so 9+1= 0. This is what happens with the Rundown; the digits continuously wrap around each other, to form 3 digit numbers.

   

 

                                                                        
   

Minus 111

   
   

Plus 123

   
   

000

   
   

000

   
   

999

   
   

123

   
   

888

   
   

246

   
   

777

   
   

369

   
   

666

   
   

482

   
   

555

   
   

505

   
   

444

   
   

628

   
   

333

   
   

741

   
   

222

   
   

864

   
   

111

   
   

987

   
   

000

   
   

000

   

   

Left Column - Minus Side

First digit minus1 down,
Second digit minus 1 down
Third digit minus 1 down - continue in this manner until returning to original digit

Right Column - Plus Side

First digit plus 1 down, (0+1=0)
Second digit plus 2 down (0+2=2)
Third digit plus 3 down (0+3=3) thus giving 123 below 000.
Proceed as above until returning to 000 

Two important components of Lottery Math are the Mirror, and the Total. They play a special part in the Rundown.

 

THE MIRROR

This is a mirror chart. It is only two rows, but contains all 10 digits.

                              
   

0

   
   

1

   
   

2

   
   

3

   
   

4

   
   

5

   
   

6

   
   

7

   
   

8

   
   

9

   

   

Note each vertical pair; the digit directly below the top row digit is its' mirror and the digit directly above the bottom row digit is its' mirror. A good rule is to remember that each digit has one and only one mirror. The mirrored pairs are each other and completely interchangeable.

     

 

THE TOTAL

Subtract the number from 999 DO NOT CARRY!

  999            999

-444           -555

 555            444

The purpose of the Total is to turn over a number and send it back in the other direction. It's like going to the end and starting all over backwards. That is exactly what is happening many times when a workout is thought to stop working.

   

Even though it’s not necessary to understand the Rundown to do Lottery Math techniques - it would be helpful.  The following examples are not in the E-book but simple techniques that I’ve learned over the years that can be used as a workout of the last number draw.  Often you will see in past draw history that number drawn was a product of its Lottery Math.

 

Lottery Math Workout Examples

   

Numbers often travel in clusters comprised of the Mirror, Total, and Mate and very often the followers and relatives follow with no apparent reason.  But with Lottery Math you can put you hands on what’s most likely to follows by a simple Lottery Math workout that takes the number drawn and use the Mirror and Total in all of its scenarios.   

   

If you do these shortcuts to a number: The Mirror, Total, Mate, Total to the Mirror, Mate to the Number, Mate to the Mirror, Mate to the Total and Mate to the Total/Mirror then you have covered all basics to what it is associated with that number.  And if you use workouts like pairs, root sums, hot, cold etc.  It cuts down on choices and actually keeps you in the proper direction because Lottery Math keeps you in the loop that number is in.

   

Most often when a number draw in your state, you will see one or several of the Lottery Math in its recent history.

   

A Mirror – 456-901

Count five down on the original Rundown to get the Mirror. It is always located on the left (minus side) in the fifth position down. The Mirror to 000 is 555 and the Mirror to 456 is 901.

 

                                             
   

456

   
   


456

   
   

345

   
   

579

   
   

234

   
   

692

   
   

123

   
   

715

   
   

012

   
   

838

   
   

901

   
   

951

   
   

890

   
   

074

   
   

789

   
   

197

   
   

678

   
   

210

   
   

567

   
   

333

   
   

456

   
   

456

   

 

The Total for 456-543

 

But the shortcut is

999
456
543

 


Only Doubles Have mates

 

Six-Way Number

 

Tips

A Mate 223-332 - Transpose the double digits. (The two digits that are the same) example 665 is 556 and vice versa

   

  A Follower (or travels with) - 456-379,500 - a cluster is obtained through observing patterns and tracking

   

 A Cluster -116,166,074,106,401,726 - a cluster is obtained through observing patterns and tracking

   

Series Numbers – 012, 089,019,123, 234, 456, 678, 789, - numbers with consecutive digits- usually when you see one you will see the other.  Certain ones trigger the other.  Also, numbers outside the series trigger the series numbers as well and it doesn’t matter what state just as long as it hit the board.   

   

 
True Examples:

   

123/678 – 100 will trigger 678 vice versa

089/504/048/789/019

678/789

234/579/666/366

379/456,500

             

When you see posters calling numbers, don’t be envious – you can do it too – it’s no secret.  And when a number hit your state rather than saying “where did that come from” you’ll say “yes” I hit that.

Entry #117

Comments

1.
Comment by jcmartin269 - February 26, 2008, 9:25 am
could you explain to me how 100 trigger 678 vice versa.
could you just show me one example.
2.
TenajComment by Tenaj - February 26, 2008, 12:59 pm
12/23/2007     NC (E)          768
12/19/2007     NC (E)     010     
12/05/2007     NC (E)     876     

I also said that 678 and 789 travels together as well - it's been showing the best lately but when they switch - switch with them

Wed, Feb 13, 2008     South Carolina     Pick 3     897
Sat, Feb 9, 2008     South Carolina     Pick 3     678

Wed, Feb 6, 2008     Ohio     Pick 3     987
Sun, Feb 3, 2008     Ohio     Pick 3     867

This is how these 3 numbers have done together if you are a across the board player. You could have just played ONLY those 3 numbers all month long and hit almost every day. I can show you many many examples like this.

Mon, Feb 25, 2008     Ohio     Pick 3     8-7-6
Fri, Feb 22, 2008     Idaho     Pick 3     6-7-8
Fri, Feb 22, 2008     Nebraska     Pick 3     0-0-1
Fri, Feb 22, 2008     North Carolina     Pick 3     7-8-9
Thu, Feb 21, 2008     Western Canada     Pick 3     8-7-9
Tue, Feb 19, 2008     Georgia     Cash 3     9-7-8
Sat, Feb 16, 2008     Wisconsin     Daily Pick 3     9-7-8
Fri, Feb 15, 2008     Maryland     Midday Pick 3     0-1-0
Fri, Feb 15, 2008     New Mexico     Pick 3     8-7-6
Thu, Feb 14, 2008     New York     Midday Numbers     1-0-0, Lucky Sum: 1
Wed, Feb 13, 2008     South Carolina     Pick 3     8-9-7
Tue, Feb 12, 2008     Tennessee     Cash 3     7-6-8
Mon, Feb 11, 2008     Texas     Pick 3 Night     1-0-0, Sum It Up: 1
Sat, Feb 9, 2008     Minnesota     Daily 3     8-6-7
Sat, Feb 9, 2008     South Carolina     Pick 3     6-7-8
Fri, Feb 8, 2008     California     Midday 3     9-8-7
Wed, Feb 6, 2008     Michigan     Daily 3     8-7-6
Wed, Feb 6, 2008     Ohio     Pick 3     9-8-7
Wed, Feb 6, 2008     Quebec     La Quotidienne 3     8-9-7
Tue, Feb 5, 2008     Indiana     Daily 3     6-7-8
Tue, Feb 5, 2008     Ontario     Pick 3     8-7-6
Tue, Feb 5, 2008     Washington, D.C.     Midday Lucky Numbers     8-9-7
Mon, Feb 4, 2008     New Jersey     Pick 3     0-0-1
Sun, Feb 3, 2008     Ohio     Pick 3     8-6-7

Let me know if I answered your question or not. Really all you have to do is track and see what numbers always shows with another number.

You have a good membership jcmartin269. Go to search past results and back-test these followers. Best-test your state and see how it does with Lottery Math Mirror/total all scenario method.

Let me know if I've answered your question or if you have any more. I have a hair appointment but I'll be back in a few hours.
3.
Comment by jcmartin269 - February 26, 2008, 3:28 pm
Question : will 100 trigger all the numbers above.
I also got your rundown e book and having a hard time understanding how to use this e book.
PLEASE SHOW ME AN EXAMPLE THAT I WILL BE ABLE TO UNDERSTAND.
4.
TenajComment by Tenaj - February 26, 2008, 7:18 pm
Hi Joyce

No - to answer your question –The number 100 does not trigger all the numbers above but there are other numbers that trigger 100.

These are the numbers I’ve found in my tracking to trigger 100
123/678/789

Joyce - make sure you update your e-book to the Second Edition (free) - The First Edition is missing some of those examples you were talking about. Using NC as the example state was a bad idea on the First Edition. NC Lottery was just too new at the time. It's my home state and I favored it.

The Second Edition has examples, techniques, and illustrations for every statement made. Also, there's a workout, a positions chart and the state of Ohio is demonstrated using real draw data for back-testing and other examples.

There is a special chapter on Finding Your Numbers and a Rundown file from 000-999. It has a Glossary as well. You shouldn't have any problems. Everything is done in baby steps for reader comprehension. My editor made sure of that. Didn't have an editor on the First Edition.   We learn we grow.

If you have any questions about Lottery Math post it here - if you have any questions about the E-book - email me at my personal email address. My e-mail address is in my profile.
5.
TenajComment by Tenaj - February 29, 2008, 12:40 am
See NC got 100 Feb 28- after 789 hit Friday night.
6.
lakerbenComment by lakerben - June 26, 2011, 11:15 am
Neat program . where can I get it?
7.
helpmewinComment by helpmewin - January 10, 2013, 12:36 am
Thanks for posting :)
8.
rayray67Comment by rayray67 - January 25, 2013, 9:52 am
DOES THIS WORK IN FLORIDA ALSO..   THANKS

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