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# Pick 3--The key is in the roots

Topic closed. 10 replies. Last post 12 years ago by lottaloot.

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Redford/MI
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 Posted: June 2, 2005, 3:21 pm - IP Logged

These roots are soon to hit.

Add a dash of Blackapple's sum theory & a great recipe is sure to follow.

root 1=820 730 541 235 478

root 2 =920 731 641 479

root 3= 480 129 741 651 237 246 345 489

root 4= 103 760 841 751 238 247 526

root 5=590 167 239 248

root 6=204 780 321 348

root 7=106 250 529 367

root 8=530 179

root 9=270 189 972 378

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okay lottaloot, how do YOU tell when a root sum is due to hit?

Sandy

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okay lottaloot, how do YOU tell when a root sum is due to hit?

Sandy as you know all the roots are due to hit sooner or later.  (I expect nearly all of these to appear before SUN)

This was posted here as a reference point for those that use roots and sums as a way to play their state lottery.  (I think that by using Blackapple's theory of sums & roots, you can narrow down your picks)

Personally I use the missing root & sum of a given day or previous draw. Tonight I would use root 4 because there were no sum of 13 or root of 4 in today's midday games.

root 4= 103 760 841 751 238 247 526

**I would like everyone that reads my posts to know that I take my posts very seriously and put extreme amount of hours into my research (so trust that I will not post anything that I do not firmly believe in)**

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 Posted: June 2, 2005, 4:38 pm - IP Logged

correction to above the post.  508 came in CA (I always forget to check that one until late)

508=13=4

but the root 4 is still a good choice for tonight

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okay lottaloot, how do YOU tell when a root sum is due to hit?

Sandy as you know all the roots are due to hit sooner or later.  (I expect nearly all of these to appear before SUN)

This was posted here as a reference point for those that use roots and sums as a way to play their state lottery.  (I think that by using Blackapple's theory of sums & roots, you can narrow down your picks)

Personally I use the missing root & sum of a given day or previous draw. Tonight I would use root 4 because there were no sum of 13 or root of 4 in today's midday games.

root 4= 103 760 841 751 238 247 526

**I would like everyone that reads my posts to know that I take my posts very seriously and put extreme amount of hours into my research (so trust that I will not post anything that I do not firmly believe in)**

Watch for Root sum 7 in Ga.

Root sum 5 or 8 due for Md.nite

Sandy knows I have studied

root sums.There are various

methods,some more dependable

than others.Most require a few

days for fruition.Some will give

a selection of 5,4,3 root sums, and if you done the workout at the right

time,you may have 1or2 root sum

to cover.Still finding sources.

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 Posted: June 2, 2005, 4:51 pm - IP Logged

But unlike Casho's due sum theory

I have not found a clear cut ,solid and always dependable link to creating the combo to

match the root sum(without choosing many).

To Quote to the words of BobP:

But if we have a system, we are bound to hit sometimes with it. Beats the alternatives, except if one chooses to win by not playing at all.

I wish I could give you only one number, but if I could do that, then I would be a millionaire! LOL.

Let's not forget that we should only play what we can afford to lose.

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lottaloot, I know you work hard.

I just wanted to know how you pick the root sums......learning is important to me...I just haven't gotten the heck of it yet.

Thank you for teaching me a new trick.

Sandy

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lottaloot, I know you work hard.

I just wanted to know how you pick the root sums......learning is important to me...I just haven't gotten the heck of it yet.

Thank you for teaching me a new trick.

Sandy, if I appeared rude, it was not my intention.  I only wanted people here to know that I do work long and hard with the numbers.  ( I think I am obsessed)

I have asked you for assistance picking sums in the past--so I know that you are good with sums.  Roots are based upon the same principle.  (But I am an all or nothing kind of a girl so I base my theories on all 120 singles & all 90 doubles)

I am still trying to find what I am good at.  (I think that it is doubles???but I am still fumbling around)

Which is why I constantly post and type and post and type......(u get the picture)

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you do good work, lottaloot.......and I do appreciate your help.  I know you put in many hours......and I thank you.

Sandy

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I must admit that I am quite pleased with my results so far and it's only 840pm

root 1=820 730 541 235 478

root 2 =920 731 641 479

root 3= 480 129 741 651 237 246 345 489

root 4= 103 760 841 751 238 247 526

root 5=590 167 239 248

root 6=204 780 321 348

root 7=106 250 529 367

root 8=530 179

root 9=270 189 972 378

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 Posted: June 2, 2005, 11:08 pm - IP Logged

root 1=820 730 541 235 478

root 2 =920 731 641 479

root 3= 480 129 741 651 237 246 345 489

root 4= 103 760 841 751 238 247 526

root 5=590 167 239 248

root 6=204 780 321 348

root 7=106 250 529 367

root 8=530 179

root 9=270 189 972 378

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