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Re-Looking at Power-Trails


After looking back and rethinking things, I'm also noticing that the Power-Trails method works better than I previously thought. I used to generate new numbers nightly, but I'm noticing on going back to past draws that if you generate new numbers once a week and then play those numbers all week long, it usually produces AT LEAST 2 wins a week, and sometimes more. Anyone else use Power-Trails this way? Four4me is probably the best I know at using the Power-Trails method, maybe he can give some input on this.

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emilygComment by emilyg - March 30, 2008, 7:15 pm
Post this in c3 forum - maybe 44me will see it. I'd like to know.
four4meComment by four4me - March 31, 2008, 2:41 am
I use powertrails every day it's the only reliable tool i use... it gives good indicators of what are the hot numbers and which numbers are cold / lukewarm. You do have to fudge the powertrails though as it can be difficult if you use it for every draw. I get many boxed wins from it and i mainly concentrate on pick 4. I have often regretted not playing the numbers for a week. As i have found out that sometimes the workout i did a few days ago produced a win a few days later while the workout i did for say today didn't do squat.

Powertrails is something you have to work with and study. In a while it might become clear as to where the wins come from they might not be in the abcd -- defg orders as shown in the workout they might take on different patterns. And what works for one draw hardly ever works for the next draw. If your state has two repeat digits a lot then it should be clear what to do. Play all the missing digits. Along with the hot pairs.
Rick GComment by Rick G - March 31, 2008, 7:47 pm
4-4 me's suggestion about following the results is the best. When you start tracking results you'll see the letter patterns. Track the letter patterns, not the digits.

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