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Was that 7777 Quad in the Tri-State Predictable? Enter to win...


Last Edited: December 10, 2015, 3:40 pm

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Tri-State quad 7777: Predictable or Just Random

Entry #675


honeybearcakeComment by honeybearcake - December 10, 2015, 8:46 pm
SC got a few of those numbers so I'm gonna keep the 7777 in SC!
Comment by MikeinMotley - December 11, 2015, 7:58 am
the 7's were VERY predictable! The house that it showed up in I can't say for sure without going back and checking their P4 history. I do not watch any particular house, but I do watch all P3 and P4 numbers that show and record all doubles from 00xx to 99xx in every house but do not pay much attention to which house any one numbers shows up in. I start a "new week" on Sunday and go to Saturday eve recording every P4 double. I always record the Saturday eve draws in my "new week" because the sequences usually take off from that point. If you watch the sequences you will see the way the numbers show up. Going back to the quad 7's that showed, and this happens on a regular basis (same with P3 trips) you will not necessarily see every digit in the sequence before the matching digit shows. From what I have noticed and recorded, after you get the one up, one down, and the mirror, such as 777(8) 777(6) and 777(2) GET READY because it could pop at anytime!! We had seen the 7778 a while back and the 7776 and the 7772 had showed recently TWO TIMES EACH, I told my wife on Wednesday evening that the quad 7 was primed and ready to POP ANYTIME! The 3's, 5's, and 8's are not far away!
honeybearcakeComment by honeybearcake - December 27, 2015, 10:26 pm
Thanks for the helpful information!

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