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# tenn

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 Posted: April 16, 2005, 6:19 pm - IP Logged

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I have been playing 675 for TN for the past few days.. Will continue with this number..

Tennessee has a unique pattern going on.. After reading some things from Lottoloot SP?? last night, I have redefined the way I was looking at TN..

TN does not follow the research method as those states with the m/e draws.. probably because of it being only a once a day draw.. I have decided to look further to see if I split TN draws as if the draws were m/e instead of individually, if they would follow that method.

However the main thing with TN is that people can win from it..

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 Posted: April 16, 2005, 9:02 pm - IP Logged

tntea could  you lead me toward  Lottoloot's

post about splitting the '1 ' draw states into a mid and eve ?

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Quote: Originally posted by THE BUG on April 16, 2005

tntea could  you lead me toward  Lottoloot's

post about splitting the '1 ' draw states into a mid and eve ?

I am sorry, you misunderstood what I said. I was talking about three different things about TN.

First, Lottoloot's post was about looking at mid month to determine what next month's numbers would contain.. Great strategy.

The splitting of the one draw states is something I was just planning to do for TN..

After some thought, it would be easier to just combine the states with two draws and see how the research falls there and then compare them to one state draws..

I know a lot of people separate the mid/eve.. saying they are two separate games. However, working with the research method.. and now with my hubby's "thicket" method, I disagree.

There is nothing wrong with doing which ever way works best for you.  Combining works best for us.

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tntea.......I have separated the draws in my workouts and combined them....after many years of doing so, I have come to the conclusion that the combined draw is best.  Of course, this is my own opinion.

The only thing I use separate draws for is the due pairs and the longest out digit...............other than that, my spreadsheet is a combined draw spreadsheet................

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 Posted: April 16, 2005, 10:28 pm - IP Logged

Sharing ideas have really helped me. I have only been studying pick three since Oct.. Before that it was just guess.. lol.. it got me no where.

I believe the best method is to study each state's pattern.. and then try the different methods and stick with which works best for that state.

What has hurt me in the past is trying to make each method work for each state.

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