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Prof. Hitt's Ready Reference Rundowns

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Last Edited: November 8, 2008, 11:53 pm

After much studying and backtesting, I think I have found a way to use this book effectively that plays for a profit! It's actually very simple. In the book, you will look for your most recent drawing first. For example, let's say the last drawn# was 123. Now we will look up that number in the book. You will see two rundowns for this #. One is labeled "minus", and the other is labeled "plus". In each of thos rundowns you will focus on the midpoint number in each rundown, as well as the number 1 above, and 1 below that number. In this case, the rundown looks like this:

 

Minus Plus
123 123
012 246
901 369
890 482
789 505
678 628
567 741
456 864
345 987
234 000
123 123

 

Now, use both of these highlighted sections and use them as you would 2 regular TTT boxes. Remember, to be eligible, all numbers in a combo must touch each other. Specifically, you are looking for combos that appear more than once. In this case, in the rundown from the "minus" side, the numbers would be 789-678-567-677-577-986-568, etc, etc, etc. I think you get the hint if you stare at it long enough. You would do the same thing with the numbers from the "plus" side. You can play all the numbers that meet the above criteria, or you can use filters to narrow them down further (at your own risk).

This method is working very well for me in Oklahoma, and is playing at a profit, especially if the numbers are played straight/box. Try it out in your own state and see how effective it is for you! Good Luck, as always.

I will also post this in the systems forum.

Entry #16

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Comment by shaker$ - March 18, 2009, 7:28 pm
hi am from the bahamas we play ny, mia and chicago but i still dont understand help plzzzzzzzzzzzz

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