**COMMENT BY PUMPI76**:

right now i am experimenting with middle lines, you will have to read my blog to understand what i mean..I am also experimenting with deducing, you will have to read my blog to know what it is but i'll explain one example in here...

it occurred to me this why not use 9 numbers [i am debating whether to use the 10 numbers but 9 will do it for now...]

and do the following

1-2-3

4-5-6

7-8-9

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And then 1, 4 and 7 are 1,

2, 5 and 8 are 2

3, 6 and 9 are 3

And beging to write the previous draws like that....This is what i got...but i warn you, you are screwed when 0 plays...This is a sample from geogia from 2007...Sorry for the sample been that old...Everytime you the the "X" is because 0 played...

3's numbers Actual numbers

1. X

2. X

3. X

4. 3-2-3-2

5. 1-3-2-2

6. 1-1-3-2

7. 3-3-2-2

8. X

9. 3-3-3-3

10. X

11. 1-3-2-1

12. 2-1-2-1

13. 2-3-2-3

14. 3-3-3-1

15. 1-1-3-1

16. 2-1-1-1

17. X

18. X

19. 2-3-1-1

20. X

21. X

22. 3-2-1-2

23. 1-3-3-3

24. 3-1-2-3

25. 2-1-2-2

26. X

27. 2-3-3-1

28. 2-3-3-3

29. 3-1-3-2

Now tell me, how easy it is to predict 3 numbers from 1 to 3 taken 4 at a time with 99% of the time at least 1 number repeating at least twice....

I don't know i notice that "0" played several times so you may want to do a

1-2-3

4-5-6

7-8-9

0

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Now here is the trick, for this system you need to be able to deduce in 3 lines...Most of my deducing is in 2 lines, meaning that 1 number represents 2 numbers...I'll show you an example of deducing in 2 lines but i am not trying to throw you off...Again i am not trying to throw you off here this is just to show you what it is deducing in 2 lines...

suppose 1,6=1 and 2,7=2, and 3, 8 = 3 and 4,9=4 and 5,0=5 and lets say that you had the number 1-1-3-5 a....

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