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# Smoke and Mirrors

Topic closed. 47 replies. Last post 1 year ago by lakerben.

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I place the last draw (357) vertically and then do the rundowns.

 3 2 7 0 5 6 1 7 7 7 2 1

1.)

The second first vertical row is -1,+1, the same number of the first vertical row.

+1

-1

same#.

2.)

the third  vertical row is +555 lotto math of the second vertical row:

+5

+5

+5

3.)

the fourth row is +369 lotto math of the third vertical row:

+3

+6

+9

The only percentage in gambling that exsists is 50%.  You either win or lose.  Any other claim is just endless babble.

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can u please show an example its confusing thank you

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Michigan p3

 0 9 4 7 4 5 0 6 3 3 8 7

Possible picks: 947 953 408 387 506 703.

The only percentage in gambling that exsists is 50%.  You either win or lose.  Any other claim is just endless babble.

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MoneyRoll, this is how he did it, using lottery math.

Row#1 is number drawn, for the evening draw.

Row #2 is the result of the following workout shown minus 1 to the first number, plus 1 to the next number and 3rd number stays the same. The first number is 0 so you would consider it 10, so 10 - 1 = 9.

Row # 3 is taking row two and adding 5 to each number.

Row # 4 is taking the result of row 3 and adding using lottery math 3 to the first number, 6 to the next number and 9 to the last number, as the last number is 8 when you add 9 the result would be 17 but for lottery math you drop the 1 and keep the 7.

0  - 1 = 9              9 + 5 =                4 + 3 = 7

4 + 1 = 5               5 + 5 = 0               0 + 6 = 6

3 same 3               3 + 5 =                8 + 9 = 7

Row 1               Row 2                 Row 3                  Row 4

0                        9                         4                          7

4                        5                         0                          6

3                        3                         8                          7

Now you make combos out of the new numbers to try to find the next hit.

Here is an example using the Midday draw for Sept. 25th

Row 1                Row 2                Row 3                   Row 4

8                        7                        2                           5

8                        9                        4                           9

2                        2                        7                           6

Notice that the Midday number for yesterday Sept 27 was 596 right there in the workout.

Sorry Laker don't mean to over step, thanks for the new workout, wished I had looked at this yesterday, but i wasn't home until late in the evening.

Hope it helps,

Sus

He may not bring to to it,

But he will bring you through it!

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MoneyRoll, this is how he did it, using lottery math.

Row#1 is number drawn, for the evening draw.

Row #2 is the result of the following workout shown minus 1 to the first number, plus 1 to the next number and 3rd number stays the same. The first number is 0 so you would consider it 10, so 10 - 1 = 9.

Row # 3 is taking row two and adding 5 to each number.

Row # 4 is taking the result of row 3 and adding using lottery math 3 to the first number, 6 to the next number and 9 to the last number, as the last number is 8 when you add 9 the result would be 17 but for lottery math you drop the 1 and keep the 7.

0  - 1 = 9              9 + 5 =                4 + 3 = 7

4 + 1 = 5               5 + 5 = 0               0 + 6 = 6

3 same 3               3 + 5 =                8 + 9 = 7

Row 1               Row 2                 Row 3                  Row 4

0                        9                         4                          7

4                        5                         0                          6

3                        3                         8                          7

Now you make combos out of the new numbers to try to find the next hit.

Here is an example using the Midday draw for Sept. 25th

Row 1                Row 2                Row 3                   Row 4

8                        7                        2                           5

8                        9                        4                           9

2                        2                        7                           6

Notice that the Midday number for yesterday Sept 27 was 596 right there in the workout.

Sorry Laker don't mean to over step, thanks for the new workout, wished I had looked at this yesterday, but i wasn't home until late in the evening.

Hope it helps,

Sus

No problem. You did a nice job explaining the steps.  thanks.  I hope to get this one in excel.

The only percentage in gambling that exsists is 50%.  You either win or lose.  Any other claim is just endless babble.

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No problem. You did a nice job explaining the steps.  thanks.  I hope to get this one in excel.

Looking good. I hope to see it in excel also.

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MoneyRoll, this is how he did it, using lottery math.

Row#1 is number drawn, for the evening draw.

Row #2 is the result of the following workout shown minus 1 to the first number, plus 1 to the next number and 3rd number stays the same. The first number is 0 so you would consider it 10, so 10 - 1 = 9.

Row # 3 is taking row two and adding 5 to each number.

Row # 4 is taking the result of row 3 and adding using lottery math 3 to the first number, 6 to the next number and 9 to the last number, as the last number is 8 when you add 9 the result would be 17 but for lottery math you drop the 1 and keep the 7.

0  - 1 = 9              9 + 5 =                4 + 3 = 7

4 + 1 = 5               5 + 5 = 0               0 + 6 = 6

3 same 3               3 + 5 =                8 + 9 = 7

Row 1               Row 2                 Row 3                  Row 4

0                        9                         4                          7

4                        5                         0                          6

3                        3                         8                          7

Now you make combos out of the new numbers to try to find the next hit.

Here is an example using the Midday draw for Sept. 25th

Row 1                Row 2                Row 3                   Row 4

8                        7                        2                           5

8                        9                        4                           9

2                        2                        7                           6

Notice that the Midday number for yesterday Sept 27 was 596 right there in the workout.

Sorry Laker don't mean to over step, thanks for the new workout, wished I had looked at this yesterday, but i wasn't home until late in the evening.

Hope it helps,

Sus

Noticed an error in row 4 for the 25th day draw it should be 506, received a messages and not sure what I did but it should be 506.

Row 1                Row 2                Row 3                   Row 4

8                        7                        2                           5

8                        9                        4                           0 corrected

2                        2                        7                           6

I have been doing this and if you teat row 2 through 4 like a TTT the numbers are there for Michigan.

10/1 workout

Midday                                         Evening

7  6  1  4                                      7  6  1  4

8  9  4  0                                      9  0  5  1

5  5  0  9                                      0  0  5  4

Looking at the 614 in both 940, 509, 051, 054, 649, 445, 654

Just some possiblities for Michigan.

Sus

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But he will bring you through it!

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Noticed an error in row 4 for the 25th day draw it should be 506, received a messages and not sure what I did but it should be 506.

Row 1                Row 2                Row 3                   Row 4

8                        7                        2                           5

8                        9                        4                           0 corrected

2                        2                        7                           6

I have been doing this and if you teat row 2 through 4 like a TTT the numbers are there for Michigan.

10/1 workout

Midday                                         Evening

7  6  1  4                                      7  6  1  4

8  9  4  0                                      9  0  5  1

5  5  0  9                                      0  0  5  4

Looking at the 614 in both 940, 509, 051, 054, 649, 445, 654

Just some possiblities for Michigan.

Sus

I'm glad its working for you.

The only percentage in gambling that exsists is 50%.  You either win or lose.  Any other claim is just endless babble.

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Ready for testing - Excel Sheet

https://www.box.com/s/nkx12gx3yshcpvth2wwo

CG

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Looks good Carli, the only issue is that when I tried to put in 043 it dropped the zero.

Sus

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But he will bring you through it!

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Thanks CarliG,

The only percentage in gambling that exsists is 50%.  You either win or lose.  Any other claim is just endless babble.

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Looks good Carli, the only issue is that when I tried to put in 043 it dropped the zero.

Sus

Thanks susscs

I will take a look and see if I can easily resolve

Carlig

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nm p3

 7 6 1 4 9 0 5 1 8 8 3 2 614 610 615 611 645 648 643 642 605 608 603 651 658 653 652 618 682 014 145 141 105 011 108 103 151 158 153 152 113 112 182 054 402 451 458 453 452 413 412 051 058 053 052 013 083 032 158 513 512 583 582 532 138 132 832

The only percentage in gambling that exsists is 50%.  You either win or lose.  Any other claim is just endless babble.

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NM p3

 381 386 381 387 311 319 314 313 361 369 364 317 319 314 313 379 393 681 811 817 861 687 869 864 817 819 814 813 874 873 893 611 163 117 119 114 113 174 173 617 619 614 613 674 694 643 719 174 173 194 193 143 749 743 943

The only percentage in gambling that exsists is 50%.  You either win or lose.  Any other claim is just endless babble.

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