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# Well, it is what it is...

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Well, I'm still struggling to find something that works here in MO. It has been very difficult since the switch to RGN. (computer drawn) I have been lucky enough to hit 4 times since the switch, but it has been so erratic. What seems to be working one day is completely off the next. At least, with the old method (balls) I could take a look at a drawing that I missed and see that I just overlooked something is why I was off. Now, it is just any body's guess. If I don't find something soon that is more constant I'll probably give up on MO. Besides, the method I am using now is actually limited. It is about to become obsolete in the eve drawing but may still work in the midday drawing for a little longer. Hopefully, by then I will be able to come up with something. If not, oh well, it was fun while it lasted.

Good Luck All,

Bryan  :)

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Comment by fast eddie - August 7, 2004, 4:56 pm
Bryan, Have you found that the RNG porduces more winner numbers that contain repeating digits? Just curious. Eddie
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Comment by Bryan - August 7, 2004, 5:11 pm
Absolutely Eddie!

You have pairs that will show up 3 or 4 in a row now, to where that was very rare in the ball method. That is what's making it so difficult to find something that works. The same numbers keep coming up over and over... A perfect example of this is in vtracs. On the P4, I had a situation where the 3rd digit alternated between the vtracs 5 and 2 seven times in a row!!! On the 8th drawing I figured why fight it so I played the 2 which was due according the the trend. It came in a 3. But the very next drawing went right back to the 2. Go figure?
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Comment by JAP69 - August 7, 2004, 10:06 pm
Bryan
Looks like the game is completely different than before. They are accomplishing what they set out to do in Mo.
I see you had two reapeats of numbers in the last couple days and they threw that triple at you.
I will update my chart and see what I can see in there.
John

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