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# Consecutive numbers P-3 guide

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I've noticed that about half of the time in Florida, two of the numbers are consecutive, any order.

Example: 827, the 8 and 7 are consecutive.

Below are examples of this from Florida,

Dec. 3 eve-312

Dec. 4 mid-956

Dec. 4 eve-236

Dec. 5 mid-748

Dec. 5 eve-817

Dec. 6 mid-716

Dec. 11 mid-281

Dec. 12 mid-278

Dec. 14 eve-376

Dec. 15 mid-894

Dec. 15 eve-152

Dec. 16 mid-421

Dec. 16 eve-872

Dec. 17 eve-718

Dec. 19 mid-718

Dec. 21 mid-192

Dec. 21 eve-326

Dec. 22 mid-718

Dec. 23 eve-506

Dec. 24 mid-129

Dec. 26 mid-180

Dec. 28 mid-134

Dec. 28 eve-245

Dec. 29 mid-362

Dec. 29 eve-304

Dec. 31 mid-912

Jan. 1 mid-223

Jan. 1 eve-367

Jan. 2 mid-827

As you can see, we had 26 of them in December alone, well above average.

Below at the bottom of the page in bold black are all the combos boxed, singles, that have consecutive numbers in them. There are a total of 70 combos, but you obviously don't play them all.

There has to be some way to reduce those combos to make this work.

012, 013, 014, 015, 016, 017, 018, 019, 023

024, 025, 026, 027, 028, 029, 034,

035, 036, 037, 038,

039, 045, 046, 047, 048, 049, 056, 057, 058, 059, 067, 068,

069, 078, 079, 089, 123, 124, 125, 126, 127, 128, 129, 134

135, 136, 137, 138, 139

145, 146, 147, 148, 149, 156, 157, 158, 159, 167, 168, 169, 178, 179, 189,

234, 235, 236, 237, 238, 239, 245

246, 247, 248, 249, 256, 257, 258, 259, 267,268, 269,

278, 279, 289, 345, 346, 347, 348, 349, 356, 357, 358, 359, 367, 368, 369,

378, 379, 389, 456, 457, 458, 459, 467, 468, 469, 478, 479, 489, 567, 568, 569, 578

579, ,589, 678, 679, 689, 789

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• Testing using Deflate
• Results:  33 box combination groups  (33 straight combinations)

Tier 1 182 982 852 082 782 952 987 862 927 857 958 752 087 950 957 702 356 786 956 762 967 756 067 882 282 887 722 787 727 955 366 767 766

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Input: 182 283 982 983 923 852 853 082 153 253 781 782 783 951 952 953 931 987 284 721 723 903 862 863 927 163 173 263 857 958 963 973 053 752 753 087 950 957 354 702 703 784 954 934 356 724 786 956 063 761 762 763

967 364 374 756 067 764 882 282 887 353 933 722 363 373 993 787 553 727 773 955 959 366 767 766

Filters:

• Position 3 Numbers: 0, 2, 5, 6, 7, 8
• Using Debs keys for FL

Goal. \$1,500 a week.
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I would first filter out the all even, odd, low, high combos, then the sums down to a few I wanted to play, and I would use

no more than two key digits and play only singles.

"You can observe a lot just by watching."  Yogi Berra, Hall of Fame baseball player.

The numbers will tell you what numbers to play. Pay attention to the numbers.

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 Posted: January 2, 2013, 6:14 pm - IP Logged

I would first filter out the all even, odd, low, high combos, then the sums down to a few I wanted to play, and I would use

no more than two key digits and play only singles.

Goal. \$1,500 a week.
bel air maryland
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 Posted: January 2, 2013, 6:28 pm - IP Logged

Thanks. The fewer #'s to play the better. That's the true test if your system is any good.

"You can observe a lot just by watching."  Yogi Berra, Hall of Fame baseball player.

The numbers will tell you what numbers to play. Pay attention to the numbers.

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Thanks for the ideas Helpmewin and Grwurston. I'll try them and see what I can come up with.

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I would first filter out the all even, odd, low, high combos, then the sums down to a few I wanted to play, and I would use

no more than two key digits and play only singles.

well if they are consecutive digits you will not have any all even or all odd

I would look at due sums.... and hot digits not cold.... think outside the box.... they are cold bc they don't come out... yes eventually they will but..... more likely to hit a hot running digit.

We are all Lucky... just some of us don't realize it!

Goal. \$1,500 a week.
bel air maryland
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 Posted: January 2, 2013, 10:48 pm - IP Logged

well if they are consecutive digits you will not have any all even or all odd

I would look at due sums.... and hot digits not cold.... think outside the box.... they are cold bc they don't come out... yes eventually they will but..... more likely to hit a hot running digit.

You're right. I wasn't thinking about that. I was thinking of ways to cut down on the total list of #'s.

"You can observe a lot just by watching."  Yogi Berra, Hall of Fame baseball player.

The numbers will tell you what numbers to play. Pay attention to the numbers.

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 Posted: January 2, 2013, 11:03 pm - IP Logged
• Testing using Deflate
• Results:  33 box combination groups  (33 straight combinations)

Tier 1 182 982 852 082 782 952 987 862 927 857 958 752 087 950 957 702 356 786 956 762 967 756 067 882 282 887 722 787 727 955 366 767 766

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Input: 182 283 982 983 923 852 853 082 153 253 781 782 783 951 952 953 931 987 284 721 723 903 862 863 927 163 173 263 857 958 963 973 053 752 753 087 950 957 354 702 703 784 954 934 356 724 786 956 063 761 762 763

967 364 374 756 067 764 882 282 887 353 933 722 363 373 993 787 553 727 773 955 959 366 767 766

Filters:

• Position 3 Numbers: 0, 2, 5, 6, 7, 8
• Using Debs keys for FL

Florida

5 Keys: 1 2 4 5 7

391 827 367 223 593 912 400 460 304 362 245 134 202 174 085 180 520 642 296 129 506 946 995 718 326 192 048 220 028 718 407 855 718 479 872 421 152 894 376 953 970 131 864 278 064 281 429 995 205 472 962 107

shouldnt have used all her keys. would have got the 391 STR888

thats why i'm here to learn i guess.

 January, 2013 Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat 1 223 367 2 827 391 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31

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well if they are consecutive digits you will not have any all even or all odd

I would look at due sums.... and hot digits not cold.... think outside the box.... they are cold bc they don't come out... yes eventually they will but..... more likely to hit a hot running digit.

You make a good point.

How about this? Only play combos that have one, two or all three digits from the previous winner, since a good portion of the time, the winner has at least one number repeat.

I like your idea about tracking sums, but I don't like overdue anything. I've seen numbers out for very long periods. A good example is tonight's winning number in Florida, 391. The 1 in the third position, evening drawings, has been overdue since November 24th, eve, 611, that's 38 days in a row. The number 1 finally came through tonight in the last position.

But i have to say I never tracked overdue sums. Are there long streaks of due pairs like the example I gave with the number 1 in the last position in 611? if not, then that's one good filter.

I want to thank all who have participated in this think tank. Please don't be shy, bring all ideas to the table no matter how little practicality value you think you could've placed on the idea for one reason or another. Every person's contribution is part of the learning process. Some of the best Artists and Inventors on this planet, got those ideas from extreme circumstances, or from extremely dimented minds, or both lol

TIP: When making final combo choices, try to rearrange the numbers that resemble "Clock" numbers. Clock numbers are combos that can be a time on a clock. Example: 7:92 isn't a clock time, but 7:29, or 9:27 is.

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Florida

5 Keys: 1 2 4 5 7

391 827 367 223 593 912 400 460 304 362 245 134 202 174 085 180 520 642 296 129 506 946 995 718 326 192 048 220 028 718 407 855 718 479 872 421 152 894 376 953 970 131 864 278 064 281 429 995 205 472 962 107

shouldnt have used all her keys. would have got the 391 STR888

thats why i'm here to learn i guess.

 January, 2013 Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat 1 223 367 2 827 391 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31

Goal. \$1,500 a week.
bel air maryland
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You make a good point.

How about this? Only play combos that have one, two or all three digits from the previous winner, since a good portion of the time, the winner has at least one number repeat.

I like your idea about tracking sums, but I don't like overdue anything. I've seen numbers out for very long periods. A good example is tonight's winning number in Florida, 391. The 1 in the third position, evening drawings, has been overdue since November 24th, eve, 611, that's 38 days in a row. The number 1 finally came through tonight in the last position.

But i have to say I never tracked overdue sums. Are there long streaks of due pairs like the example I gave with the number 1 in the last position in 611? if not, then that's one good filter.

I want to thank all who have participated in this think tank. Please don't be shy, bring all ideas to the table no matter how little practicality value you think you could've placed on the idea for one reason or another. Every person's contribution is part of the learning process. Some of the best Artists and Inventors on this planet, got those ideas from extreme circumstances, or from extremely dimented minds, or both lol

TIP: When making final combo choices, try to rearrange the numbers that resemble "Clock" numbers. Clock numbers are combos that can be a time on a clock. Example: 7:92 isn't a clock time, but 7:29, or 9:27 is.

Playing a # from the previous draw is a good idea. As far as 2 digit repeats I wouldn't do that every day. They don't happen

as often. They can go a couple weeks easy without hitting. The 3 digit repeats, no way. For sums here's something that

works. Don't go off yesterdays sum, use the day before yesterday. Find the sum then play sums that are either 2 or 3 above

or 2 or 3 below the sum. Example, if you want to play Thursday, look at the sum for Tuesday, say its 14. You would play

sums 11,12,16,17. It's real easy to see if you track it on graph paper. Write 27 to 0 down the left side and work across the

page. You can also put the dates across the top if you want. The sums usually alternate going up and down from day to day.

Sometimes they will go up 2 or 3 days or down 2 or 3 days. The sums don't usually repeat so I wouldn't play the sum from

Wednesday if it was 11,12,16,17. It's a little harder when the sums are going from very high to very low, but the gap will

narrow. And you can really spot upward or downward trends, because they won't always be between 12 and 16. (The most

frequent sums). Good Luck with it!!!

"You can observe a lot just by watching."  Yogi Berra, Hall of Fame baseball player.

The numbers will tell you what numbers to play. Pay attention to the numbers.

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Playing a # from the previous draw is a good idea. As far as 2 digit repeats I wouldn't do that every day. They don't happen

as often. They can go a couple weeks easy without hitting. The 3 digit repeats, no way. For sums here's something that

works. Don't go off yesterdays sum, use the day before yesterday. Find the sum then play sums that are either 2 or 3 above

or 2 or 3 below the sum. Example, if you want to play Thursday, look at the sum for Tuesday, say its 14. You would play

sums 11,12,16,17. It's real easy to see if you track it on graph paper. Write 27 to 0 down the left side and work across the

page. You can also put the dates across the top if you want. The sums usually alternate going up and down from day to day.

Sometimes they will go up 2 or 3 days or down 2 or 3 days. The sums don't usually repeat so I wouldn't play the sum from

Wednesday if it was 11,12,16,17. It's a little harder when the sums are going from very high to very low, but the gap will

narrow. And you can really spot upward or downward trends, because they won't always be between 12 and 16. (The most

frequent sums). Good Luck with it!!!

I like the two or three above and Two or three below. I'll track it and see.

So the bottom line is that sums don't behave like individual numbers, is what I'm getting from this. Am I on the right track?

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I like the two or three above and Two or three below. I'll track it and see.

So the bottom line is that sums don't behave like individual numbers, is what I'm getting from this. Am I on the right track?

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I use Arrays... they are different sums grouped together... here is the list of them... they exclude sums 0-1-2-25-26-27 bc they do not come out that often...

 3--11 4--7--8 5--10 6--9 12 13 14 15 17--22 18--21 19-20-23 16--24

These tend to come every other day when out for periods of at a time...this past week in Western Canada they seemed to hit every 2nd draw this past week... but that was using the 4 longest out groups in the 12 groups above.

We are all Lucky... just some of us don't realize it!

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