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July 22, 2006, 10:17 pmPredictions by email.

I will no longer be posting predictions on the Predictions Page or posting them in the forums.  If you would like my predictions, send your email address to me via PM.  Please select ONE state.  I will email Pick 3 and Pick 4 predictions to you (no charge, yet!) each day. 

Entry #44
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July 17, 2006, 11:56 amEarthquake Revised Magnitude = M7.7

***This event has been revised after review by a seismologist.


Region:                        SOUTH OF JAVA, INDONESIA                                       
Geographic coordinates:        9.334S, 107.262E
Magnitude:                    7.7 Mw
Depth:                        10 km
Universal Time (UTC):        17 Jul 2006  08:19:25
Time near the Epicenter:      17 Jul 2006  15:19:25
Local time in your area:      17 Jul 2006  01:19:25 (Pacific Daylight Time)

Location with respect to nearby cities:
 218 km (135 miles) NE (54 degrees) of Christmas Island
 248 km (154 miles) SSW (206 degrees) of Tasikmalaya, Java, Indonesia
 267 km (166 miles) S (187 degrees) of Bandung, Java, Indonesia
 360 km (224 miles) S (171 degrees) of JAKARTA, Java, Indonesia
Entry #43
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July 17, 2006, 10:34 amM7.2 Earthquake South of Java

Region:                        SOUTH OF JAVA, INDONESIA                                       
Geographic coordinates:        9.295S, 107.347E
Magnitude:                    7.2 Mw
Depth:                        48 km
Universal Time (UTC):        17 Jul 2006  08:19:30
Time near the Epicenter:      17 Jul 2006  15:19:30
Local time in your area:      17 Jul 2006  01:19:30 (Pacific Daylight Time)

Location with respect to nearby cities:
 228 km (142 miles) NE (54 degrees) of Christmas Island
 240 km (149 miles) SSW (205 degrees) of Tasikmalaya, Java, Indonesia
 262 km (163 miles) S (185 degrees) of Bandung, Java, Indonesia
 358 km (222 miles) S (169 degrees) of JAKARTA, Java, Indonesia

Entry #42
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July 15, 2006, 10:12 amDoubles Indicators

I have been receiving a number of requests wanting to know how I determine when doubles will hit.  There is a thread about doubles indicators, but I am going to post what I use as indicators here in my Blog for easier reference.

Of course, I am not always right about doubles, but very often I am.  I do not know which doubles will fall, but my indicators seem to work well in predicting when doubles will happen.

First of all, you need to know what I mean when I say "rare numbers".  Those are the pure even (024, 026, etc.), pure odd (135, 137, etc.) and the series (012, 123, 234, 345, 456, 567, 678, 789, 890, 901).  For the purposes of doubles indicators I do not count the pure doubles like 113, 228, etc. 

The first thing I do when I analyze a draw is see if the last number (I always use mid to mid and eve to eve) drawn was a rare number.  If it was, I look to see if there were 3 or more rare numbers in a row (again, don't count doubles).  If there were 3 or more in a row, then I play all triples.  Seems like trips follow unusual draws!  If no 3 in a row, then I play doubles.  Again, I don't know which ones!

Another very good doubles indicator is when the last draw contains a zero and the other two digits are odd (if they were both even, that would be a rare and doubles would be indicated anyway).  An example would be 103. 

I think that covers doubles indicators.

 

Entry #41
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July 3, 2006, 1:27 pmDrugs found on shuttle

Crack found in foam on shuttle fuel tank.

Those are the headlines.  Now why in the world would anyone want to smuggle drugs on the space shuttle?

LOL

Yes, I know they really meant a crack not crack cocaine!  It just struck me funny when I read the headlines.

 

 

Entry #40
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June 30, 2006, 8:25 pmThe IRS and Gambling

The IRS decides to audit Ralph, and summons him to the IRS office. The IRS auditor is not surprised when Ralph shows up with his attorney.
The auditor says, "Well, sir, you have an extravagant lifestyle and no full-time employment, which you explain by saying that you win money gambling. I'm not sure the IRS finds that believable."
"I'm a great gambler, and I can prove it," says Ralph. "How about a demonstration?"
The auditor thinks for a moment and said, "Okay. Go ahead."
Ralph says, "I'll bet you a thousand dollars that I can bite my own eye."
The auditor thinks a moment and says, "No way! It's a bet."
Ralph removes his glass eye and bites it.
The auditor's jaw drops. Ralph says, "Now, I'll bet you two thousand dollars that I can bite my other eye."
The auditor can tell Ralph isn't blind, so he takes the bet. Ralph removes his dentures and bites his good eye.
The stunned auditor now realizes he has wagered and lost three grand, with Ralph's attorney as a witness. He starts to get nervous.
"Want to go double or nothing?" Ralph asks. "I'll bet you six thousand dollars that I can stand on one side of your desk, and pee into that wastebasket on the other side, and never get a drop anywhere in between."
The auditor, twice burned, is cautious now, but he looks carefully and decides there's no way this guy can manage that stunt, so he agrees again.
Ralph stands beside the desk and unzips his pants, but although he strains mightily, he can't make the stream reach the wastebasket on other side, so he pretty much urinates all over the desk.
The auditor leaps with joy, realizing that he has just turned a major loss into a huge win. But Ralph's attorney moans and puts his head in his hands.
"Are you okay?" the auditor asks.
"Not really," says the attorney. "This morning, when Ralph told me he'd been summoned for an audit, he bet me twenty thousand dollars that he could come in here and piss all over an IRS official's desk and that you'd be happy about it."
Entry #39
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June 14, 2006, 2:42 amM6.3 Rat Islands (Aleutian Islands)

There have been a lot of aftershocks, one of them M6.1.

Earthquake Details

Magnitude6.3 (Strong)
Date-Time
  • Wednesday, June 14, 2006 at 04:18:46 (UTC)
    = Coordinated Universal Time
  • Tuesday, June 13, 2006 at 7:18:46 PM
    = local time at epicenter Time of Earthquake in other Time Zones
  • Location51.907°N, 177.186°E
    Depth41.2 km (25.6 miles)
    RegionRAT ISLANDS, ALEUTIAN ISLANDS, ALASKA
    Distances35 km (20 miles) SW of Kiska Volcano, Alaska
    90 km (55 miles) W of Little Sitkin Island, Alaska
    2250 km (1390 miles) WSW of Anchorage, Alaska
    3105 km (1930 miles) W of JUNEAU, Alaska

    Entry #38
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    June 13, 2006, 3:18 pmBaja EQ Revised Again

    It has been revised again.  Now M4.5.

    Region:                        BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO                                       
    Geographic coordinates:        31.817N, 116.358W
    Magnitude:                    4.5 Ml
    Depth:                        6 km
    Universal Time (UTC):        13 Jun 2006  15:30:21
    Time near the Epicenter:      13 Jun 2006  08:30:21

     
    Location with respect to nearby cities:
      23 km (14 miles) ENE (62 degrees) of Maneadero, Baja California, Mexico
      25 km (16 miles) ESE (103 degrees) of Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico
      74 km (46 miles) NW (308 degrees) of Lázaro Cárdenas, Baja California, Mexico
     101 km (63 miles) SE (142 degrees) of Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico
    Entry #37
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    June 13, 2006, 12:57 pmThe China Method Explained

    It is something I used a long time ago and had very good success with it.  I need to get larger databases to get a good trend, but I will briefly explain how I do it.

    It is based on what I call my (I got it from and give full credit to OhioPick3) 10-digit number.  There are a number of people that are using it now for their own methods, but it is just a listing of the order of the digits called.

    You can get started, if you are a platinum member, by looking at the results, then pick the state and draw, then drawing statistics.  Use the last 30 days, although shorted could be used because this is NOT frequency.  Then select "last drawn".  Start from the top and write down or put the digits into a spreadsheet.

    Here is an example of what you will see:

    California Midday 3 Lottery Statistics Sorted By Last Drawn Date (Last 50 Draws)

     Number  Times  
      Drawn
     
     % of  
      Drawings
     
     % of  
      Draws 
     Last  
      Drawn 
     Hit Frequency  (Expected Hits: 15) 
    817    34.0%  11.3%  Jun 9, 2006
    17  
    623    42.0%  15.3%  Jun 9, 2006
    23  
    412    24.0%  8.0%  Jun 9, 2006
    12  
    521    40.0%  14.0%  Jun 8, 2006
    21  
    114    28.0%  9.3%  Jun 7, 2006
    14  
    717    30.0%  11.3%  Jun 7, 2006
    17  
    310    20.0%  6.7%  Jun 6, 2006
    10  
    010    20.0%  6.7%  Jun 5, 2006
    10  
    911    20.0%  7.3%  Jun 2, 2006
    11  
    215    26.0%  10.0%  Jun 2, 2006
    15  

    Using the digits from top (most recently drawn) to the bottom (oldest drawn), you have

    86451-73092.  I number the positions 12345-67890.  I put the dash in just to make it easier to see which position is which at more of a glance.

    You will find that, except for doubles, most of the draws are 1 from the left (or A) side, and 2 from the right, or vice versa.  So the numbers you are looking at to play would be 873 (A1-B2), 870 (A1-B2), 879 (A1-B2), etc.  For the A1-B2 you will have 75 combos and another 75 for the A2-B1 combos.

    If you were to play only A1-B2 and A2-B1 all of the time time, you would be playing 150 numbers each time and win most of the time.  This should be no surprise to anyone.  If you are playing 150 of the 220 combos, you should win 68% of the time.  The real secret to this method is to watch for trends and ride those trends.  I am talking about trends with A1-B2 and A2-B1, trends with mostly high digits, and trends with odd even.  If you can see those trends and play them correctly you will be playing only a portion of the numbers, like I am showing in this thread.

    What kills you is a A0-B3 or A3-B0.  That doesn't happen very often, and often those are where the doubles come from. 

    The only two things I am watching right now for trends is the A-B distribution and how often it changes, and the High/Low distribution and how often it changes.  It will take a while to get a good trend, but I am showing the numbers that I am getting from the trends I am seeing with only 3 days worth of data.  It will get better as time goes on.  I have not looked at my hits or misses for Midday, yet.  I am going to do that now!

     

    Entry #36
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    June 13, 2006, 12:31 pmTS Alberto 6/13 Morning

    Alberto 6/13 Morning

    Entry #35
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    June 13, 2006, 12:17 pmM4.6 Earthquake - Baja California - Revised

    Yes, it has been revised.  Now M3.8 and depth of 6 km (that is shallow).

     

    Region:                        BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO                                       
    Geographic coordinates:        31.841N, 116.371W
    Magnitude:                    3.8 Ml
    Depth:                        6 km
    Universal Time (UTC):        13 Jun 2006  15:29:51
    Time near the Epicenter:      13 Jun 2006  08:29:51

     
    Location with respect to nearby cities:
      23 km (14 miles) NE (54 degrees) of Maneadero, Baja California, Mexico
      24 km (15 miles) E (98 degrees) of Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico
      77 km (48 miles) NW (309 degrees) of Lázaro Cárdenas, Baja California, Mexico
      98 km (61 miles) SE (141 degrees) of Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico
    Entry #34
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    June 13, 2006, 12:12 pmM4.6 Earthquake - Baja California

    Not very big, but close to home!  Quakes this size can do damage in Mexico because of the poor construction of some buildings. This is preliminary.  The depth will more than likely change. 

    Region:                        BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO                                       
    Geographic coordinates:        31.858N, 116.358W
    Magnitude:                    4.6 Ml
    Depth:                        0 km
    Universal Time (UTC):        13 Jun 2006  15:29:51
    Time near the Epicenter:      13 Jun 2006  08:29:51

     
    Location with respect to nearby cities:
      25 km (15 miles) E (93 degrees) of Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico
      25 km (16 miles) NE (53 degrees) of Maneadero, Baja California, Mexico
      77 km (48 miles) NW (311 degrees) of Lázaro Cárdenas, Baja California, Mexico
      97 km (60 miles) SE (140 degrees) of Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico
    Entry #33
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    June 12, 2006, 11:27 pmTS Alberto ... almost a hurricane

    Alberto 1

    Entry #32
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    June 9, 2006, 10:04 amMeteorite Hits Norway

    Entry #31
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    May 27, 2006, 2:48 pmEarthquake death toll now 3,000

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