This is only a handful of draws, they are old drawings too...But that doesn't matter what matters is the tactic...I am using Win for Life in this case...You take the drawings and divide them in 2, like two Pick3's...

What does LH means? It means Higher or lower...Example: 412 it will be H-L-H meaning "high" [H] because 4 is higher than 1, then L for lower because 1 is lower than 4, then "H" higher because 2 is higher than 1...

Another example 143 is L-H-L meaning "Low" [L] because 1 is lower than 4, then Higher or "H" because 4 is higher than 1, then Lower because 3 is lower than 4...If you find an equal number just write "E" next to it for equal instead of H or L...

you then do the following you use the compressed numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5...

1 & 6 = 1

2 & 7 = 2

3 & 8 = 3

4 & 9 = 4

5 & 0 = 5

you then convert the ending digits to compressed numbers...Ending digits range from 1-10 or should i say from 0-9...But because you are converting them to compressed numbers they will range from 1 to 5...

Here are some old drawings:

draws=LH=E/O

1-4-5 = L-H-H= 1/2

3-1-3 = H-L-H= 0/3

(this is 1 drawing cut in half)

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3-1-3= H-L-H = 0/3

4-3-5= H-L-H = 1/2

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5-1-2= H-L-H= 1/2

5-3-3 = H-L-E= 0/3

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3-5-3= L-H-L= 0/3

3-5-2= L-H-L= 1/2

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4-3-2= H-L-L= 2/1

3-4-5= L-H-H= 1/2

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1-3-4= L-H-H = 1/2

4-5-3= L-H-L = 1/2

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2-3-3 = L-H-E = 1/2

2-1-4= H-L-H = 2/1

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Now all you have to do is try and find out which L or H comes for the first 3 ending digit and which L or H comes for the second 3 ending digits [or in this case compressed numbers]....actually guess which number com....

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