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The Last 2 Numbers Difference Observations for Pick5...


Last Edited: June 20, 2009, 6:56 pm

Remember when i told you you could see "Pick6 as 2 united Pick3's based on the ending digits and that once you get the number you must deduce? I am going to give you another example of what deducing is:

Example: suppose 3-14-19-22-35-46 is going to play tomorrow...And you predicted: 3-4-9 the first 3 numbers and 2-5-6 the second 3 numbers...

you united them and it will be 3-4-9-2-5-6: You then deduce...and assume the range is a Pick6/46...






















Now that you remember what deducing is....Let me explain something else to you...I call this the Last 2 Digit System only for Pick5...

Check out this link is from the Georgia State Lottery specifically the Pick5 results: http://www.galottery.com/stc/games/winningNumberResult.jsp?game=fantasy5&focus=&month=1238585639175

Now i want you all to check out the Last 2 numbers of each winning combination...Well i want you all to see the "DIFFERENCE" between the 2 last numbers....For example if you see 28-32 as the last 2 numbers the difference will be 4...Well, the difference in "Pick5/39" many of the times between the 2 last numbers is between 7-13....Sometimes is between 5-11....So it depends on your state...So if is between 7-13 you will have 6 choices and if is between 5-11 you will also have 6 choices...Not only that but remember the E/O, which means that 1 number has to be even OR odd and the next number has to be odd OR even...Plus there is the high/low ending digits scenario...Low ending digits are from 1-5 high ending digits are from 6-9 actually is from 6-0 you view 0 as 10...And you can look at previous winning drawings and see which ones play certain differences already...For example if the difference of 7 played already on the previous drawing, that leaves you with 5 left, [8-13] because you know that the odds that the same difference number will repeat is very slim for the next drawing....

So all you have to do is predict the first 3 ending digits of Pick5 and then guess from 7-13 difference and use any number that has the particular difference that you are looking at....Now Once you correctly predicted the first 3 Pick3 numbers of Pick5, and you got 1 of the 6 difference numbers, you combined it with the first 3 PIck3 numbers and you begin to deduce....

SO BASICALLY, TO WIN PICK5 YOU HAVE TO GET 1 NOT 2 BUT JUST 1 PICK3 CORRECT and guess between 1 and 6 well actually 1 and 5...

And deducing for Pick5 unlike deducing for Pick6, it comes out to be like 15 tickets or possibly 11 tickets..And you can always apply filters....But the thing is that since there are like 2 or 3 last numbers differences that will have the same difference you will have to multiply 15 or 11 X 2 or 3...But again you can always apply filters and the good thing is that if you are good at pick3 and for some reason you miss it the combination you can ALWAYS go back at it and get it a second time...You can always go back a second, 3rd, 4th time, inclusive like how they say in Mathematics and "Nth" time....

I owed this idea/observation to: C5VetteMN6 who caused me to look at the XXX system & to the show "Stargate SG", if i didn't pay attention to those 2 i would have never come up with this idea...And in a small part to Blackapple...

You just have to look at your particular state and see, which pattern is more common, specifically which difference between the 2 numbers is the most common...Whether is 3-7 or 4-8 or 4-9, or 5-10, etc...Is up to you...

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Comment by pumpi76 - June 20, 2009, 11:27 pm
i forgot to add on the deducing: 3-14-19-22-35-46 which was the winning combination....
Comment by pumpi76 - June 20, 2009, 11:35 pm
when i was writing this i was very sleepy, i was so sleepy that my mind will wonder away when i was writing it...i had to blink to stay awake...
Comment by pumpi76 - June 21, 2009, 2:01 am


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