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# Little experiement got a hit!

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Got a pick 4 box hit today in GA eve! 0632!! Wait, let me double check...yeah! It's 0632. One of my number is 2306. I only played 4 set of numbers (1 set = 1234).

Not sure why I went for this experiment but I did, and it paid to try something new.

Here's what I did.

I went to random.org/sequence and put the lowest number is 0 and highest is 9, then I hit "get sequence" button. On the next page there are random numbers in order between 0 - 9. What you do is hit refresh few times and write down the number from top to bottom:

For demo purposes this is a screenshot of the numbers. I would write down from top to bottom as pick 4 numbers; 6274, 8501, and 93. Hit "Again!" button to continue. From the next set of numbers continue with the pick 4 numbers where it was left off, the number 93 needs two more numbers and you get that from top to bottom. Depending on your budget you can get as many as you like. Would recommend playing it box.

The great thing about this is that it uses all numbers 0 - 9, and when you group them in 4 from top to bottom (or vice versa) it is widely distrubited in high and low numbers. This is a quick and easy way to pick your numbers for pick 4 play.

Look at your state pick 4 and monitor the single and double hits, if there have been a lot of consecutive doubles chances are the next drawing is single, vice versa. Yesterday GA had a double, and I've been monitorying GA pick 4 mid/eve on excel to quickly see that single is up next, so I jump to this method.

Once you see that single is up next give this method a try. When you gather the pick 4 numbers from the generator run it pass your pick 4 history within 10 days to see if any of the generated numbers have hit, if so, take those numbers out and get new ones. I had to take out 3 set of numbers and added 3 new sets (1 set = 1234).

:)

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