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NC Players...Gotta Love This Pick 3 Bonus Doubles Chart

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On July 2, I took a second look at the "Play 7-15" Weekly Stretch Chart.

This was a new Chart for the Pick 3 that I had put together in June.

What I noticed in NC is listed at the link below.

http://bit.ly/1lFH8O7

Below is an excerpt from what it says on that page, in case you cannot follow the link above.

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Well here are the stats for the last 5 doubles that met (chart) criteria in NC and the resultant hits.

    June 19–There was a hit on Draw #1, the very next draw.
    June 21–Hit on Draw #1
   June 24 Midday Double showed a hit on Draw #5; Evening Double did not show a hit until Draw#12, but it was a Straight Hit
   June 27–Draw #1 Hit was a Straight hit.

My conclusion: with this limited backtesting, showing three draw #1 hits out of 5 doubles, it might be wise to keep an eye out for the doubles that show up “together” so you can decide if you want to play the one line of combinations given in the Master Bonus Digits list.

You will note that the Master List is not complete, but for the doubles that are included, it is showing itself to be remarkably accurate so far from this limited testing.

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So after last night's double that showed up in NC, I pulled the Chart out to see what it suggested I play. I figured with three "draw #1" hits out of the five draws, that it would not hurt to play the combinations off the line given on the Chart for the 33 doubles that showed 7/3. At least do it for one draw, hey.

And guess what?

July 4 --Draw #1 Hit was a Straight Hit!

Might I say that for doubles, the Bonus Chart that was included with this Play 7-15 Weekly Chart... is off the Chart. Now we have 4 draw #1 hits off our Bonus Chart.

Who knew?

ijs--

****Have a Happy 4th of July****

Mine is shaping up to be a good one!

Entry #653

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