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# Sum to pairs System

Topic closed. 56 replies. Last post 2 years ago by Fox2526.

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New Mexico
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 Posted: September 19, 2012, 9:56 pm - IP Logged

NM 68 69

The only percentage in gambling is 50 percent.  You either win or lose.

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Do you have one for NC? Those you've posted thus far do not seem to fit NC results If I'm doing it correctly.

However, I stand to be corrected

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Go to the result on the chart and use those pairs up to 3 to 4 draws.  Some states are different than others.  For example, if your last draw was 333 use the results for the 9 sum : 27 ,28.

Pairs

1= 2 x
2=5 x
3=8 x
4=11 12
5=15 16
6=18 19
7=21 22
8=24 25
9=27 28
10=30 31
11=34 35
12=37 38
13=40 41
14=43 44
15=46 47
16=49 50
17=52 53
18=56 57
19=59 60
20=62 63
21=65 66
22=68 69
23=71 72
24=74 75
25=77 78
26=81 82
27=84 85

Fl p3 :49 ,50

The only percentage in gambling is 50 percent.  You either win or lose.

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Fl p3: 46 47

The only percentage in gambling is 50 percent.  You either win or lose.

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One more.

1=7x
2=14,15
3=21,22
4=28,29
5=35,36
6=42,43
7=49,50
8=56,57
9=63,64
10=70,71
11=77,78
12=84,85
13=91,92
14=98,99
15=05,06
16=12,13
17=19,20
18=26,27
19=33,34
20=40,41
21=47,48
22=54,55
23=61,62
24=68,69
25=75,76
26=82,83
27=89,90

The only percentage in gambling is 50 percent.  You either win or lose.

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What a great idea! This seems to work really well. Can someone help me figure out how to make a chart like this? It doesn't seem to match up where i'm at. I have excel and i've been messing around with it, but i can't figure it out. Please help!

Thank you. :)

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This is a great chart Lakerben, can you explain how it was built so that i can produce one for my state ?

How easy can it get?
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What a great idea! This seems to work really well. Can someone help me figure out how to make a chart like this? It doesn't seem to match up where i'm at. I have excel and i've been messing around with it, but i can't figure it out. Please help!

Thank you. :)

This chart appears to be a multiplication chart!

For instance, this chart lists the 7 (sevens table).

After 1=7x, follow the  7  multiplication table.

Next, add 1 to get its companion pair.

1 X 7 = 7

2 X 7 = 14, then add 1 to the 14, so now this next pair becomes 15.

Then move on to the next  ...  3 X 7 = 21, then add 1 to 21 to get 22.

and so on....

1=7x
2=14,15
3=21,22
4=28,29
5=35,36
6=42,43
7=49,50
8=56,57
9=63,64
10=70,71

and etc...

Here is a multiplication's cheat sheet. Use a calculator for the rest or the numbers.

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How easy can it get?
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This chart appears to be a multiplication chart!

For instance, this chart lists the 7 (sevens table).

After 1=7x, follow the  7  multiplication table.

Next, add 1 to get its companion pair.

1 X 7 = 7

2 X 7 = 14, then add 1 to the 14, so now this next pair becomes 15.

Then move on to the next  ...  3 X 7 = 21, then add 1 to 21 to get 22.

and so on....

1=7x
2=14,15
3=21,22
4=28,29
5=35,36
6=42,43
7=49,50
8=56,57
9=63,64
10=70,71

and etc...

Here is a multiplication's cheat sheet. Use a calculator for the rest or the numbers.

Also:

27 x 7 = 189, so drop the first digit, then you will have 89.

Next, add 1 to 89, to get the companion pair of 90.

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Thank you!!!! You're awesome!! :) :)

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Do you have one for NC? Those you've posted thus far do not seem to fit NC results If I'm doing it correctly.

However, I stand to be corrected

The system does work for nc,I just hit the 46, pair from the sum 15.Last night number was 486 hit for 40.00 dollars.When you add your last drawing it might hit next day or give it 3 draws

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How do you come up with the chart?

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Hey lakerben, I'm so glad you brought this system up the other day cause I totally forgot about how great it was, which is unlike me to do, but maybe it was the squabble that made me forget about it.

Can I have your permission to intergrate this with my system? I ask because it cuts the numbers down from about 100 or so combos to about 15 to 20, without affecting my system in any significant way. Using your sums to pairs with mine, I got a straight hit in florida yesterday mid-660. The red combos in red were combos that only matched the pairs in your system. Here's the link to show a time stamp proving it was posted before the draw. http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/251371/2739821

Out of the 88 combos posted in the link above, it was reduced to only 21 combos in red.

So let me know, cause this combination is powerful.

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 Posted: October 11, 2012, 11:35 pm - IP Logged

Can you do a chart for Quebec, Canada Plz?

http://diffusion.loto-quebec.com/sw3/res/asp/hr_10_AN.asp

So i will need to play 20 numbers ?

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Hey lakerben, I'm so glad you brought this system up the other day cause I totally forgot about how great it was, which is unlike me to do, but maybe it was the squabble that made me forget about it.

Can I have your permission to intergrate this with my system? I ask because it cuts the numbers down from about 100 or so combos to about 15 to 20, without affecting my system in any significant way. Using your sums to pairs with mine, I got a straight hit in florida yesterday mid-660. The red combos in red were combos that only matched the pairs in your system. Here's the link to show a time stamp proving it was posted before the draw. http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/251371/2739821

Out of the 88 combos posted in the link above, it was reduced to only 21 combos in red.

So let me know, cause this combination is powerful.

Go for it and  let me know when its done.

The only percentage in gambling is 50 percent.  You either win or lose.

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