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# root sum from mystic workout

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pennsylvania
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Hi all,

Another observation from my workout...

Yesterday in Tenn. number was 579....doing the workout

7

45690=24

work with...

7

4      0=24

Now see when you take the two ends 7-4=3....7-4=3  are the same...root sum 3 came in tonight!

966 was drawn which can also be gotten from  7+2=9, 0-4=6,  0-4=6...966!

another example for Tenn. is when 237 followed 178

7

01689=24

7

0        9=24... again  0-7=3  and 7-4=3 root sum for next number was 3!

237 came next  2+3+7=12...1+2=3

See if it works in your state

Good Luck

mysticwomyn

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 Posted: May 30, 2005, 9:54 am - IP Logged

Hi Mysticwomyn, could you refresh my

mind on the 5 digit number? 45690 &

01689

Thanks

WTG all Winner\$.

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Hi all,

Another observation from my workout...

Yesterday in Tenn. number was 579....doing the workout

7

45690=24

work with...

7

4      0=24

Now see when you take the two ends 7-4=3....7-4=3  are the same...root sum 3 came in tonight!

966 was drawn which can also be gotten from  7+2=9, 0-4=6,  0-4=6...966!

another example for Tenn. is when 237 followed 178

7

01689=24

7

0        9=24... again  0-7=3  and 7-4=3 root sum for next number was 3!

237 came next  2+3+7=12...1+2=3

See if it works in your state

Good Luck

mysticwomyn

So the root you come up with after adding those numbers together will be the root of what number is yet to be drawn?

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I want to learn this workout but I am confused. Where do you get the 01689=24 what we always used.

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Hi All,

Here is the mysticworkout  that you first must know.

Taking that 579...

put in triangle form

7

5      9

to make it easier let's assign 579 as ABC

B

A        C =

to get the number under B do this..B+1

to get the number to the left of A do this A-1

to get the number to the right of C do this C+1

now you have

7

45690=24...(24 is the total of 45690)

then only work with the numbers at the tips

7

4            4

see how when you subtract both of these give you 3?

The same applies to my second example

7

0          4

0 can stand for 10... so 10-7=3 and 7-4=3

any more questions?

mysticwomyn

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 Posted: June 3, 2005, 9:27 pm - IP Logged

That is cool....

If it weren't for Vtracs and STXS where would we be?

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I must say that I admire your spirit.  But I am somewhat of a software developer, so I do have some questions.

First, you said....... to get the number under B do this..B+1 I did not follow this. 7+1=8. The number under 7 is 6 in your example above, which is B-1. Second, you got your root sum in the first example with B-A and B-C. But then you get the root sum in the second example with A-B and B-C. What is also not clear is how you get 7+2=9, 0-4=6, 0-4=6...966! unless your point is that 9+6+6=21....2+1=3. So, if I understand your point, calculate the root sum by your method explained above.  I assume that C-A is in play as well.  If the root sums are same, then generate all possible additions of the root sum.  In this case, a root sum of 3 can only be 3,12, and 21.  A root sum of 4 would be 4,13,and 22, etc.  Then generate all combinations that equal those sums.  How often are you seeing this trend?

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rowdy, I think mystic made a mistake....it should be B-1...........been doing this workout for months and I do it with B-1.......

Also.....mystic and I are friends and she told me PA works and Michigan works....need to patient to find the setup......that 7-4 and 7-4 is the perfect setup for the 3 root sum...........I am answering for her because she doesn't really come on the forum that much so I hope she doesn't mind my replying to you.

Mystic does not get enough credit for her workouts.........they are awesome...just need to work with them for longer than  a couple days worth.

Thanks Mystic for the root sum system.........hey even if it worked a couple times a week, it is a breakthrough.........

Sandy

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Thanks Sandy.

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Yes, thanks Sandy... you corrected me rightly so.

mysticwomyn

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 Posted: June 4, 2005, 5:10 pm - IP Logged

Hey, mysticwomyn, you're one of the people who adolf has "memorialized" on his web site.  Not sure if you knew...

Check the State Lottery Report Card

Sign the Petition for True Lottery Drawings
Help eliminate computerized drawings!

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No Todd... I did not know...it's a shame...guess I won't be posting any more systems...................

just pm them to my friends here on the Post!

I was a newbie back in July of 2004 and I read up on past  posts and learned alot from that.  I always felt that when I came across something promising I wanted to pass it on to everybody here as a returned favor.

Oh well, what comes around ... goes around and adolf will get his one day!

mysticwomyn

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OK, lets evaluate this more closely.  I created a Visual Basic program to evaluate this system for

the Tennessee Lottery since the beginning.  Below is an abbreviated version of the results.

1 566 Sum=17 RootSum=8 Lefttip=4 Toptip=6 Righttip=7 Rs1=2 Rs2=1 CalcRootSum=0
2 102 Sum=3 RootSum=3 Lefttip=10 Toptip=10 Righttip=5 Rs1=2 Rs2=5 CalcRootSum=0
3 569 Sum=20 RootSum=2 Lefttip=4 Toptip=6 Righttip=3 Rs1=2 Rs2=3 CalcRootSum=0
4 677 Sum=20 RootSum=2 Lefttip=5 Toptip=7 Righttip=2 Rs1=2 Rs2=5 CalcRootSum=0
5 862 Sum=16 RootSum=7 Lefttip=7 Toptip=6 Righttip=5 Rs1=1 Rs2=1 CalcRootSum=1
6 840 Sum=12 RootSum=3 Lefttip=7 Toptip=4 Righttip=9 Rs1=3 Rs2=5 CalcRootSum=0
7 849 Sum=21 RootSum=3 Lefttip=7 Toptip=4 Righttip=7 Rs1=3 Rs2=3 CalcRootSum=3
8 567 Sum=18 RootSum=9 Lefttip=4 Toptip=6 Righttip=9 Rs1=2 Rs2=3 CalcRootSum=0
9 284 Sum=14 RootSum=5 Lefttip=1 Toptip=8 Righttip=9 Rs1=7 Rs2=1 CalcRootSum=0
10 781 Sum=16 RootSum=7 Lefttip=6 Toptip=8 Righttip=3 Rs1=2 Rs2=5 CalcRootSum=0
.....

437 899 Sum=26 RootSum=8 Lefttip=7 Toptip=9 Righttip=2 Rs1=2 Rs2=7 CalcRootSum=0
438 705 Sum=12 RootSum=3 Lefttip=6 Toptip=10 Righttip=3 Rs1=4 Rs2=7 CalcRootSum=0
439 088 Sum=16 RootSum=7 Lefttip=-1 Toptip=8 Righttip=3 Rs1=9 Rs2=5 CalcRootSum=0
440 035 Sum=8 RootSum=8 Lefttip=-1 Toptip=3 Righttip=2 Rs1=4 Rs2=1 CalcRootSum=0
441 744 Sum=15 RootSum=6 Lefttip=6 Toptip=4 Righttip=5 Rs1=2 Rs2=1 CalcRootSum=0
442 991 Sum=19 RootSum=10 Lefttip=8 Toptip=9 Righttip=8 Rs1=1 Rs2=1 CalcRootSum=1
443 333 Sum=9 RootSum=9 Lefttip=2 Toptip=3 Righttip=4 Rs1=1 Rs2=1 CalcRootSum=1
444 243 Sum=9 RootSum=9 Lefttip=1 Toptip=4 Righttip=3 Rs1=3 Rs2=1 CalcRootSum=0
445 664 Sum=16 RootSum=7 Lefttip=5 Toptip=6 Righttip=5 Rs1=1 Rs2=1 CalcRootSum=1
446 543 Sum=12 RootSum=3 Lefttip=4 Toptip=4 Righttip=9 Rs1=1 Rs2=5 CalcRootSum=0
447 178 Sum=16 RootSum=7 Lefttip=10 Toptip=7 Righttip=4 Rs1=3 Rs2=3 CalcRootSum=3
448 237 Sum=12 RootSum=3 Lefttip=1 Toptip=3 Righttip=10 Rs1=2 Rs2=7 CalcRootSum=0
449 185 Sum=14 RootSum=5 Lefttip=10 Toptip=8 Righttip=9 Rs1=2 Rs2=1 CalcRootSum=0
450 906 Sum=15 RootSum=6 Lefttip=8 Toptip=10 Righttip=9 Rs1=2 Rs2=1 CalcRootSum=0
451 050 Sum=5 RootSum=5 Lefttip=-1 Toptip=5 Righttip=4 Rs1=6 Rs2=1 CalcRootSum=0
452 579 Sum=21 RootSum=3 Lefttip=4 Toptip=7 Righttip=4 Rs1=3 Rs2=3 CalcRootSum=3
453 966 Sum=21 RootSum=3 Lefttip=8 Toptip=6 Righttip=5 Rs1=2 Rs2=1 CalcRootSum=0
454 792 Sum=18 RootSum=9 Lefttip=6 Toptip=9 Righttip=6 Rs1=3 Rs2=3 CalcRootSum=3
455 152 Sum=8 RootSum=8 Lefttip=10 Toptip=5 Righttip=10 Rs1=5 Rs2=5 CalcRootSum=5
456 825 Sum=15 RootSum=6 Lefttip=7 Toptip=2 Righttip=7 Rs1=5 Rs2=5 CalcRootSum=5
457 963 Sum=18 RootSum=9 Lefttip=8 Toptip=6 Righttip=9 Rs1=2 Rs2=3 CalcRootSum=0
458 271 Sum=10 RootSum=1 Lefttip=1 Toptip=7 Righttip=2 Rs1=6 Rs2=5 CalcRootSum=0
459 053 Sum=8 RootSum=8 Lefttip=-1 Toptip=5 Righttip=10 Rs1=6 Rs2=5 CalcRootSum=0
460 068 Sum=14 RootSum=5 Lefttip=-1 Toptip=6 Righttip=1 Rs1=7 Rs2=5 CalcRootSum=0

Conclusion, this system had a total of 5 hits and 25 misses over the span of the lottery.

To play the entire rootsum=3 requires 111 combinations.  So the COW is \$2775.00 and

the winnings total \$2500.00 for a one dollar bet.  That is net loss of \$275.00.

However, this was a very good idea.  Very creative.  I am still very impressed.

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almost break even! that is impressive!

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