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# Michigan - My Findings

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Poway CA (San Diego County)
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I have finished inputing the past 31 days into my spreadsheet.  I will share the info I have so far.  I still need to count the skips between doubles, etc.  My database is COMBINED, so please keep that in mind.

The 2-digit repeat that happens with regularity in other states seems to be missing from Michigan!

Neighbors normally hit about 50% of the time in most states.  In my limited history of Michigan they have hit 22 times out of the last 40, so about the same as other states.  Neighbors are 01, 12, 23, 34, 45, 56, 67, 78, 89, and 90.

Pure numbers (all even or all odd digits) have skipped 14 times, so I would be considering a pure number to play.

Out of the last 40 draws, a 2 High/3 High or 2 Low/3 Low digits have repeated only 15 times.  In other words, if the last draw had 2 or 3 High digits (5-9), then you should be considering the opposite, 2 or 3 Low digits.

For the 31 days of data, here is my chart showing the "sum column" of the draws.  By sum column I mean just the ones digit of the sum.  So a number with a total of 13 and a number with the sum of 23 and a number with a sum of 3 ALL have a sum column of 3.  This allows me to look at sums in 10 equal columns of 22 digits.

 0= 3 1= 4 2= 10 3= 6 4= 7 5= 7 6= 7 7= 4 8= 6 9= 8

This next chart shows the "jump" between the last sum column and the next draw.  As an example: 12/22 Midday was 563 for a total of 14 and a "sum column" of 4.  The next draw, 12/22 Evening was 051 for a total of 6 and sum column of 6.  So the "jump" between 4 and 6 is +2.  A +5 is the same as -5, so you will see that I have just one 5.  Also that is the largest number, so if you look at the difference and it is say +7, that converts to -3.

 5= 5 +4= 10 +3= 9 +2= 10 +1= 8 0= 7 -1= 2 -2= 2 -3= 4 -4= 4

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Thank You for the information and hard work in michigan

Poway CA (San Diego County)
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You are very welcome, undress.

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Thank you CalifDude

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great work calif. could you pass your spreadsheet along if it is in excel so we can try it in our own states and see if it works better or worse for us. thanks

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Thank You Califdude

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CD, I knew you would put your best into the Wolverine State........thank you and please keep up the good work.

I have no idea why those 22 aren't hitting..........they just won't drop.

The 3 digit numbers are hitting hard in the 4 digit............not uncommon, of course, but strange that it is happening on a daily basis.........

I am taking a few days off for the holidays..........stay well, my friend, and, and, and HAVE A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS...........(I will throw some snow your way.  We have plenty to spare after today).......

Sandy

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Quote: Originally posted by Sandy K on December 23, 2004

CD, I knew you would put your best into the Wolverine State........thank you and please keep up the good work.

I have no idea why those 22 aren't hitting..........they just won't drop.

The 3 digit numbers are hitting hard in the 4 digit............not uncommon, of course, but strange that it is happening on a daily basis.........

I am taking a few days off for the holidays..........stay well, my friend, and, and, and HAVE A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS...........(I will throw some snow your way.  We have plenty to spare after today).......

You are welcome, Sandy.  Have a Merry Christmas and enjoy the holidays.  Snow.....I've heard about that...it is white and wet, right?  Oh, yes..now I remember...we drive up in the mountains in the winter time to see the white stuff and then come back down to the desert or beach!!

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Quote: Originally posted by retxx on December 23, 2004

great work calif. could you pass your spreadsheet along if it is in excel so we can try it in our own states and see if it works better or worse for us. thanks

From time to time I post from my Excel spreadsheets, but I DO NOT share them.  I used to, but only one person ever said "thank you" after I sent them the spreadsheets.  So, I don't do it any more.  I just spent about 7 hours making up the spreadsheet for Michigan.  Too much work to just give it away (no, not for sale either!!).

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You are welcome to all that posted above.  I don't want to forget to follow my own advice to say those things!!

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I know the "thank you" feelings, CD..........I feel the same way.

No one here knows how much time it takes to set it up.......I used to give things away also......no more.....not being nasty, just people aren't nice sometimes.  I am lucky........the people from Michigan are courteous and respectful of everyone's time.........look at the reply posts after someone posts........lots of Michigan people.....I feel very proud that they are from my state.  The best people in the world.

Thanks for all the hard work.

Sandy

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if you like send it privately and you will hear a loud thank you from one in Mass. I only asked for it because i found it hard to follow your post so I was curious to see if it worked here. Again thank you califdude and Merry Christmas to all.

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You're welcome Sandy.

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I too would like to see your spreadsheet or hear more about specific tracking techniques that you and other people have and how they choose their numbers.  Of course, I'm new here and don't expect anyone to share something personal like their own spreadsheets easily.  I myself have a spreadsheet set up where all I have to do is plug in the dates and numbers from any state and I have what I need to tell what's due and to make a prediction.  But I'm not sure anyone could pick up what they're seeing on it without some instruction and that's probably true of anyone's personal spreadsheets.  I can plug in as many drawings as I need to, but usually the most pertinent are the most current or at least the last occurence of each number with any other.  I am trying to find out if there's anything I can incorporate into my own spreadsheet that will meld with my methods.  Thanks in advance.

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Go to this thread and you will see how I do it.  It is NOT the method I'm using right now, but it does explain how I do the spreadsheet and my 10-digit number, etc.