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Illinois back pair x57 due

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Illinois lottery as of March 1 2017 back pair out 619 draws:

  x 57

Combo

X's Drawn

Last app

Due draw

Due order

2017

2016

2015

557

54

2/28/2016

Evening

755

0

1

2

957

138

5/8/2016

Evening

759

0

2

8

157

133

9/19/2016

Midday

157

0

2

7

857

126

10/13/2016

Midday

587

0

8

3

057

150

11/21/2016

Midday

057

0

7

5

657

134

12/3/2016

Midday

657

0

7

4

257

131

12/6/2016

Evening

752

0

3

4

457

126

1/3/2017

Evening

754

1

3

5

357

155

1/14/2017

Evening

357

1

6

3

757

157

2/14/2017

Midday

757

1

2

5

557:  the least drawn and the most overdue.

457, 357, 757:  what has hit this year has a 100% chance of repeating.

2x30= 60 draws

60x 12= 720 draws

X57 is @ 619 draws out today.

So,

720-619= 101 draws before it reaches max out, and missing more than 1 year.

Now, 101 /2= 50.5 draws, which is  1 month and 21 draws.

So, that puts us at April 21, 2017 to be maxed out.

So, we can play the x57 from now until then, or wait until it is maxed and go for the win.

Also, look at the over sums and compare to your workout.

 

 Timing and draw , midday or evening!

Entry #2,051

Comments

1.
MzDuffleBagladyComment by MzDuffleBaglady - March 1, 2017, 12:22 pm
Also, look at over due sums when narrowing down for the straight win.
Or, just play them all straight, for 50 cent for a minimum win. I forget what Illinois plays for a straight win, Oh, $500,
So, 50 cent? I dunno, have to look at their website.
2.
MzDuffleBagladyComment by MzDuffleBaglady - March 1, 2017, 12:23 pm
This is a quick estimate, I didn't add the months exact, like the ones that have, 31 days, lol.
So, this is a guesstimate, lmaooooooooooooooooo
3.
MzDuffleBagladyComment by MzDuffleBaglady - March 8, 2017, 9:54 pm
March 8th, 2017 Midday draw, 657 for the straight.
That was fast, it did not max out before it showed.
Good Luck Illinois players.

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