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My little twist in playing the lottery

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lottaloot's avatar - AvatarZ56
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Posted: December 24, 2004, 9:33 pm - IP Logged

Didn't take long

Root of 7 sum of 25 due for 9 to 10 pm games

(know it's late for the 9pm but I want to see what happens)

After tonight this conversation will now move to my blog

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    Posted: December 24, 2004, 9:38 pm - IP Logged

    Quote: Originally posted by lottaloot on December 24, 2004


    New York 275






    2-7-5Fri, Dec 24, 2004

     

    Your 275 was posted at 9:29 pm. Draws are televised every evening approximately 7:35 p.m. - 7:55 p.m.  Unless you didn't see the televised draw... you are a winner

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      Quote: Originally posted by lottaloot on December 24, 2004



      I'm back. 

      I feel that the evening draws will bring about a root of 5 and/or a sum of 14.

      I haven't quite decided where I want to place California in all of this. 

      Will have to do further investigations on this.  Maybe someone else has a theory on that state. 

      My thinking is that it will a root of 2 or sum of 11 is due in that state.

      I came up with this theory last night after the evening draws.  I sat on it and you would not believe how many numbers fell while I sat and watched them fall (without making a cent) with tears in my eyes.

      Not going to let that happen today.

      I used calidude's 220 unique inspector 3 results to find numbers to play within my targeted range

       





      Just looking at the evening lotteries

      Cali had 362  (sum of 11 root of 2)    (only state that I had researched and knew that a root of 2 was needed)

      Ontario 149  (sum of 14 root of 5)

       


       

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        Hummmmmm.  Maybe I should have stated roots and sums needed today instead of breaking them up?

        Hope I didn't have someone miss out on a little extra dough because of it (but I said it was a theory)

        Pretty good for a theory in the works though huh? 

        Missouri 110 had root of 2

        W. Canada  479  had a root of 2

        Somebody keep me up to date on the latest dvents. 

         

         

        Hubby's making my mouse now 

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          Posted: December 24, 2004, 10:47 pm - IP Logged
          Quote: Originally posted by CalifDude on December 24, 2004



          So, you see that when someone says they are predicting 2 or 3 Root Sums they are covering a LOT of numbers and if they are predicting for all states...well there are 55 Pick 3 picks each day (except Sundays), so that is now HUGE!  They should get a lot of hits!!!!  The same thing happens with pairs.  Many people list 19 or 20 pairs to hit during the next week....well DUH!!!  Each pair is 10 numbers.  They have covered almost every number, but people will still give them a "WTG!" when they hit one!!  These are the things that keep me laughing when I read some of those posts!




             

          Root sum of one

           271-208-235-244-226-298-307



          1. 748-775-793-901-604-505-415

          2. NOTICE THE FIRST 14 ROOT SUMS
          3. These will hit once or twice during the next
          4. several days because they use one of the Key(MOON DIGITS)number 0-5-2-7  that occur or will occur.Purposely
          5. placed them first.Once they see a pattern
          6. they can create their own conclusions.
          7. This is the basics
          8. 856-559-199-388-469-334-001
          9. 118-136-667
            lottaloot's avatar - AvatarZ56
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            Thanks Blackapple

            I think what you are saying is that first there is a sum of 1 then that brings about the sum of 2 with numbers that created the sum of 1 in the first place.

            Is that what you're saying?

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              Posted: December 24, 2004, 11:42 pm - IP Logged

               This is for 3 Digit Number players in all states.  Take the winning numbers for at least the last 5 days and the sum each day.  Example numbers drawn  233=8; 345=12; 725=14; 615=12; 456=15...... Add the sums 8+12+14+12+15=61  which would average 12.2 ---- So you would play the numbers on 11-12-13 below

                  I would change to root sum:take



              1. 233=8

              2. 345=3

              3. 725=5

              4. 615=3

              5. 456=6

              6.             8+3+5+3+6=25.....25 divided by 5=5*

              7.             Therefore Root sums 4,5*,6

              8.             Would work also,next I will show

              9.             how pairs relate


                                                                   

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                Posted: December 24, 2004, 11:45 pm - IP Logged
                Quote: Originally posted by lottaloot on December 24, 2004



                Thanks Blackapple

                I think what you are saying is that first there is a sum of 1 then that brings about the sum of 2 with numbers that created the sum of 1 in the first place.

                Is that what you're saying?





                    Yes that can be said,Did you see how

                    grasping key pairs you grasp the essence?

                    Example:





                Revelation-Key Pairs



                   

                   

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                  Quote: Originally posted by Blackapple on December 24, 2004



                   This is for 3 Digit Number players in all states.  Take the winning numbers for at least the last 5 days and the sum each day.  Example numbers drawn  233=8; 345=12; 725=14; 615=12; 456=15...... Add the sums 8+12+14+12+15=61  which would average 12.2 ---- So you would play the numbers on 11-12-13 below

                      I would change to root sum:take



                  1. 233=8
                  2. 345=3
                  3. 725=5
                  4. 615=3
                  5. 456=6
                  6.             8+3+5+3+6=25.....25 divided by 5=5*
                  7.             Therefore Root sums 4,5*,6
                  8.             Would work also,next I will show
                  9.             how pairs relate

                                                                       





                  I understand all the above except play the numbers on 11, 12, 13

                  Was this a typo? 

                  In summary, I play roots on line 7 

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                    Posted: December 25, 2004, 12:23 am - IP Logged

                    I KNOW THIS AND MANY MORE FACTS;TRICKS.

                     WE HAVE  AN CREATIVE ADVISORS ON THIS

                      POST WHO KNOW WHEN TO ADVISE.

                        THERE ARE NEOPHYTES WHO NEED TO
                        SEE THE BASICS ROOTS SUMS;PAIRS

                        AND BE ALLOWED TO CREATE WINNING

                      STRATEGIES FROM SCRATCH OR RESEARCH AS WE HAVE. 

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                      Posted: December 25, 2004, 12:28 am - IP Logged
                       

                      I understand all the above except play the numbers on 11, 12, 13

                      Was this a typo? 

                      In summary, I play roots on line 7 

                      THIS WAS TAKEN FROM THE POST"ROOT SUM
                      COUNSELING" started by SANDY

                      11-12-13 are regular sums,of course

                        11=2 root sum,12=3 root sum, 13=4 root

                      sum 

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                        Posted: December 25, 2004, 12:48 am - IP Logged
                        Quote: Originally posted by Blackapple on December 24, 2004



                         This is for 3 Digit Number players in all states.  Take the winning numbers for at least the last 5 days and the sum each day.  Example numbers drawn  233=8; 345=12; 725=14; 615=12; 456=15...... Add the sums 8+12+14+12+15=61  which would average 12.2 ---- So you would play the numbers on 11-12-13 below

                            I would change to root sum:take



                        1. 233=8
                        2. 345=3
                        3. 725=5
                        4. 615=3
                        5. 456=6
                        6.             8+3+5+3+6=25.....25 divided by 5=5*
                        7.             Therefore Root sums 4,5*,6
                        8.             Would work also,next I will show
                        9.             how pairs relate

                                                                             





                          Armed with two techniques both give

                            13 or 4 root sum as an option focus

                            for the next 3-4 days(7 max.) made.

                          SO when you learn of root sums,

                            learn for the pairs too.

                            THEY work like vtrac,:ROOT SUM 1 seen

                              ROOT SUM 6 is connected too. 

                              ROOT SUM #1 Pairs: 55,01,64,

                                                #6 Pairs  06,33,24

                              I will give a sample after Christmas.     

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                          Thanks sooooo much Blackapple!!  I think that I fully understand what you're saying now.

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                            Last lottery result Arizona 959 root of 5 sum of 23

                             

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                              When you play the 3 root sums as suggested by BlackApple, you would be playing 73 ticketsfor root sums 4, 5, and 6:





                              004


                              114


                              256


                              499


                              005


                              122


                              257


                              555


                              006


                              123


                              258


                              589


                              013


                              139


                              266


                              599


                              014


                              148


                              267


                              679


                              015


                              149


                              337


                              688


                              022


                              157


                              338


                              689


                              023


                              158


                              339


                              699


                              024


                              159


                              346


                              778


                              033


                              166


                              347


                              779


                              049


                              167


                              348


                              788


                              058


                              168


                              355


                              789


                              059


                              177


                              356


                              888


                              067


                              222


                              357



                              068


                              229


                              366



                              069


                              238


                              445



                              077


                              239


                              446



                              078


                              247


                              447



                              112


                              248


                              455



                              113


                              249


                              456