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Explaning the method

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Last Edited: November 27, 2008, 9:25 pm

Finding combo is only the first step, then filtering down the large results to a smaller group of combo to play.

Numbers may appear the same way because I do not add my own numbers that I like or take away the ones I don't like even if it is the same 3 from the last draw. I post it has is even if it makes no sence, so you can choose how you use the method , also if numbers appear twice in the row u get to see if they will showup.

P1 - P2  - P3 

Thusday
4    9    7 
1    4    3
2    4    5
5    8    8 
  = 48  ,,,,,,,4 rows down, numbers to combine from left to right results would generate 48 combo 

        1         = 64          when u add a new num it will increase the result to 64 why add a new number to position 2 ?, because it only have 3 numbers, 2 are the same,

7      6        4   = 125             why had 3 more numbers ?, because the 3 numbers frome the last draw came again if u do not think the num 4,9 or 7 may not show then u can see what the next available numbers are

box hit                               and their combo, keeb in mind that the 97 did not come in that position and the 4 may repeat which is not unusual.

                                              the order in which numbers appear is based on a new pattern /method I just created it is obtained from using the last to find the next, this is base on the random way the draw often appear

                                              when compeering it to It's own history.

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Comments

1.
SloeginComment by Sloegin - November 27, 2008, 4:12 pm
Hi Mark: It is so good to see U working this system. Of the #s filterd down, does the 497 represent yesterdays draw or is that a coincidence its the top number?
2.
Shawn67Comment by Shawn67 - November 28, 2008, 3:55 am
Mark, I really wish you would go into the "systems" forum and truly explain your method step-by-step. I'm not sure I understand how you are getting your numbers at all. If you could do this in a "for dummies" style, that would be very helpful.

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