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How To Rundown Numbers?


Last Edited: January 8, 2011, 10:47 am

How to rundown a numbers?


Many have asked me "How do I rundown numbers?" Running downnumbers are quite simple...there are more than one way to do it...I personallylike to keep things as simple as possible. One even in Georgia in the cash3 ...972 was drawn...to run it down you place 972 at the top of a line paperand count down by stacking the number one after the other by count eachindividual number. Starting with the 9 first and count...9-0-1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9and next the 7-8-9-0-1-2-3-4-5-6-7 and last take the 2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-0-1-2.Whenyou finish you should have 972 at the top and the bottom, if you do not youhave done something wrong. Remember when you get to ten you write a zero and donot carry anything and start back at one. You do the same with cash 4.Remember cash 4 is only as cash 3 with an extra number on the front. When doinga workout for cash 4 always eliminate the front number and work with the backthree numbers. Your cash three numbers rundown for 972 should be as follows972-083-194-205-316-427-538-649-750-861-972. In Georgia in cash 4 for last even6769 were drawn...its rundown should look likethis...6769-7870-8981-9092-0103-1214-2325-3436-4547-5658-6769. Usually frommost rundown at least one of these number usually repeat within seven days. Allof this number belongs to this family of numbers. Because you like a particularnumber it does not mean that numbers has to be drawn, there are nine others infamily that could be drawn. And in he case of a double with exception of the500 rundown there are 20 number possibilities.

That is how I rundown numbers in a nut shell, although I have differentways of lining my numbers up to get my results; but that is a whole diffentstory to be told in a later book.


The 972 rundown would look like this.













***All my workouts for both Pick 3 and Pick 4 are based on Rundowns.

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