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Posted: December 13, 2004, 12:53 pm - IP Logged

In the MO Pick 3 ...I still have not had any Root Sum show the next drawing yet...,

But it is showing a repeat of several lines from the Root Sum chart .

Past 2 weeks (28 Draws)  Line 21, 8, and 13 have all been BOXED hit 4 time each.

The only way I think I could play this is to try to pick out the trend and play those #'s.

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    Posted: December 13, 2004, 5:31 pm - IP Logged
     

    Use the last 5 draws containing 3 dif digits ONLY!!


    Texas Mid Draw (most recent 1st)



    • 604 = root 1


    • 284 = root 5


    • 785 = root 2


    • 047 = root 2


    • 341 = root 8

    Root Reduction Method #1



    1. Eliminate the most recent 5 roots from play (1-5-2-2-8)

    2. Allowable roots are now (3-4-6-7-9)


    3. List the numbers from the most recent 3 draws (0-2-4-5-6-7-8)


    4. Play only duplicated numbers from lines 2 and 3 (4-6-7)


    5. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


    6. This is one of the most consistent


    7. sum method,when conditions are


    8. met Jimbo61.


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      You just went over the top with this one...or it is too early for me to figure out.....I do not see how you come up with the root of #1 with 604, root #5 with 284 and so on... the root chart I have been using does not even come close to these. I am comming up with Root line 10 for 604, and Root line 14 for 284...??????

      Am I missing something here.?

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        Posted: December 14, 2004, 1:36 pm - IP Logged

        Jimbo

        The chart that you saw and have is a "SUMS" chart not a "ROOTS" chart.

        BLackApple is not talking about the sums, but about the roots of the 3 digits.

        362=11 sum, 2 root, 1 last digit root (LDR). 11 sum, 1+1 = 2 root.

        604=10 sum, 1+0=1 root.

        604=10 sum, 0 LDR, 1 root.

        BlackApple is very good at what he does, very very good.

        I don't know which of them is best, BlackApple or Libra Dave, but we are not here to compete against each other anyway and both of them are very good, I call Libra Dave, "Super Libra Dave", he is one of the best pick 3 and pick 4 predictors, I used to think that he was the best of them all, but a few others are also very good, so it's not possible to say which of those few is the best, but again, it does not matter much, since we are not here to compete against each other at all.

        Good luck.

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          Posted: December 14, 2004, 4:51 pm - IP Logged

          you're very welcome, Blackapple

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            Posted: December 14, 2004, 7:51 pm - IP Logged

            Finally Mystic you are getting appreciated and noticed.............

            Keep up the good work and thanks for all your help in Michigan.  I know we Michiganders appreciate very much. 

            Sandy

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              Posted: December 14, 2004, 8:20 pm - IP Logged

              Thanks to Undress trying to help spread the system. lol

              Mystic doing a great job, you have helped me alot.

              Thank You

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                Posted: December 14, 2004, 9:42 pm - IP Logged
                Quote: Originally posted by Blackapple on December 13, 2004


                 

                Use the last 5 draws containing 3 dif digits ONLY!!


                Texas Mid Draw (most recent 1st)



                • 604 = root 1


                • 284 = root 5


                • 785 = root 2


                • 047 = root 2


                • 341 = root 8

                Root Reduction Method #1



                1. Eliminate the most recent 5 roots from play (1-5-2-2-8)

                2. Allowable roots are now (3-4-6-7-9)


                3. List the numbers from the most recent 3 draws (0-2-4-5-6-7-8)


                4. Play only duplicated numbers from lines 2 and 3 (4-6-7)


                5. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


                6. This is one of the most consistent


                7. sum method,when conditions are


                8. met Jimbo61.


                9.  




                Sorry, I found out what I needed to know....................I was confused about your 4th line, Blackapple.............so you are saying to play the same roots as the numbers...........is that correct?  Maybe I still am confused if that is not correct.

                Hope you are doing well, Blackapple.  Hope the Holiday Season is filled with joy for you and your loved ones.

                Sandy

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                  Posted: December 14, 2004, 11:45 pm - IP Logged

                  Guess I have been looking at this the wrong way all the time...but there is still a lot of repeat numbers showing up on the "SUM" chart on a few of the lines....Where is the "Root" charts that Blackapple is talking about???

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                    Posted: December 15, 2004, 6:54 am - IP Logged

                    JIMBO, here is one:  Print it in Landscape (wide).







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                    Sandy

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                       Sorry, I found out what I needed to know....................I was confused about your 4th line, Blackapple.............so you are saying to play the same roots as the numbers...........is that correct? 

                          Correct,Root sum 4,6 or 8

                        will fall shortly in Texas in the

                          Day number.

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                        Quote: Originally posted by Blackapple on December 15, 2004



                         Sorry, I found out what I needed to know....................I was confused about your 4th line, Blackapple.............so you are saying to play the same roots as the numbers...........is that correct? 

                            Correct,Root sum 4,6 or 8

                          will fall shortly in Texas in the

                            Day number.




                        I think almost certainly it will be the 107 ive been predicting

                        I believe life is about finding someone you cant live without

                        And showing them how much you care every day of every month of every year

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                          Posted: December 15, 2004, 11:17 pm - IP Logged

                          Ok, so how do you accommadate 0?

                          And is there anything like this available for Cash 4?

                          Thanks,

                          Sir Metro

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                            SirMetro,

                              you accommadate 0 by doing this...

                              45

                            -  0

                              45

                            mysticwomyn

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                              Posted: December 16, 2004, 2:28 pm - IP Logged
                              Quote: Originally posted by Blackapple on December 15, 2004



                               Sorry, I found out what I needed to know....................I was confused about your 4th line, Blackapple.............so you are saying to play the same roots as the numbers...........is that correct? 

                                  Correct,Root sum 4,6 or 8

                                will fall shortly in Texas in the

                                  Day number.





                                    058=13=4 root sum Texas Day

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