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Low-Medium-High simple difference filter

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2-5-4  3, 2, 1                                        1-4-3  3, 2 1
5-9-8  4, 4, 1                                        2-8-8  6, 6 0
0-4-2  4, 2, 2                                        7-5-1  6, 4 2
5-7-1  6, 4, 2                                        6-1-8  7, 5 2
1-8-6  7, 5, 2                                        7-0-7  7, 7 0
5-8-1  7, 4, 3                                        1-3-1  2, 0 2
3-0-5  5, 3, 2                                        2-2-0  2, 2 0
6-2-0  6, 2, 4                                        6-2-4  4, 2 2
1-2-9  8, 1, 7                                        9-8-8  1, 0 1
7-3-8  5, 4, 1                                        8-0-4  8, 4 4
0-5-7  7, 5, 2                                        2-9-1  8, 1 7
4-2-7  5 L-H dif, 2 L-M, 3 M-H          6-4-1  5 L-H dif, 3 L-M, 2 M-H
4-9-8  5 L-H dif, 4 L-M, 1 M-H          3-6-8  5 L-H dif, 3 L-M, 2 M-H
5, 4 and 2 are very common digit differences from low to middle digit as seen above
1 and 2 is very common digit difference from medium to high as seen above.
As seen above the digit space difference from Low to high is mostly from 1 to 8
And for singles most of the time:
The lowest digits will be from 0 to 5
The middle digits from 2 to 7
The highest from 4 to 9

And the digit difference from Low to Medium is from 2 to 5 for the most part

And from Medium to High is from 0 to 2 for the most part on these Tx picks for the last 2 weeks.

And for singles all 3 differences are different on the same combo most of the time.

Very often the low to middle will be higher than the middle to high on these 2 weeks.

And of course this is just 1 filter out of many of them.

And the low to high total combo difference repeats a lot from 1 draw to the next on these combos.

There is a 0 to 6 digit difference from L-M to M-H difference of differences. Comprende ?

Doubles will always have a pair with a difference of 0.

Singles will never have any pairs with a difference of 0.

 

Entry #15

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