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GA Combined is due for a sum 13-17 single

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Posted: July 17, 2005, 5:51 pm - IP Logged

It's been ten (singles) skips without one. 

The old record for most skips without a single in the sum 13 to sum 17 range was nine.  That stat is courtesy of my Versabet software tracking GA combined's last 766 singles, only.

Here are all 47 of the sum 13-17 boxed singles for your consideration, courtesy of Todd's super-duper Deflate 3:

049 058 059 067 068 069 078 079 089 139 148 149 157 158 159 167 168 169 178 179 238 239 247 248 249 256 257 258 259 267 268 269 278 346 347 348 349 356 357 358 359 367 368 456 457 458 467

 

Good luck!

 >Peach

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    Posted: July 17, 2005, 7:11 pm - IP Logged

    416 Sunday Eve

    A sum 11

    So this new record extends to 11 skips without a sum 13-17 single.

    Could be an even better bet for Ga's next draw tomorrow at 12:29, after 3 consecutive doubles on midday.  If you also play for that long-overdue-on-midday digit 7 to hit as well..... then you're looking at only:

    067 078 079 157 167 178 179 257 267 278 347 357 367 457 467

    Hope this winds up helping someone, and good luck!

     >Peach

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      Posted: July 17, 2005, 8:42 pm - IP Logged

      Hello Peach, thanks for the insight. What are the 3 oldest sums?

       Appreciate the heads up. 

      “If what you take for granted is wrong,  that makes you rethink some other things you know.”

        Peach3 $treet's avatar - kol becauseOfTheTimes.jpg
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        Posted: July 17, 2005, 9:05 pm - IP Logged

        My pleasure, doodoohead. 

        That's a great question.  Thank you, and let's hope we grab a winner tomorrow!

        Of this particular group, sum 14 is the longest out with 37 singles skips

                                               sum 13 is next with 22 skips

                                               followed by sum 17 with 14 skips

         

         

        (13 skips for sum 16,  and 11 skips for sum 15)

        Might be wisest to focus on the sum 14 group for a few draws if you want to minimize your plays.   I'm showing a max out of 46 skips for sum 14, btw, tracking Georgia's last 766 singles, only. 

         

         >Peach

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          Posted: July 18, 2005, 12:03 am - IP Logged

          doodoohead's question got me thinking some more about that overdue singles sum 14.  Here are a couple of other things to consider leading up to Georgia's Monday midday draw:


          • Sum Last Digit 4 (sums 4, 14 and 24) ...

                    013 059 068 149 158 167 239 248 257 347 356 789

                    ...is the longest out of the ten Sum Last Digits, combined draws, tracking singles only.  So I'd advise anyone leaning on a sum 14 single to hit midday or evening this week to consider adding 013 and 789 into the mix, as well.


           

          • Also.... if your budget allows, try to have a little on at least a few of the sum 13 and 15 singles to try to cover yourself, even if your primary focus is on sum 14. 
          • I've finally learned via the school of hard knocks that, quite often, when a particular sum stays out abnormally long, it'll be those two adjacent sums you'll see getting the hits you're just barely missing.  Ouch.... that really hurts! lol
           

           >Peach

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            Posted: July 18, 2005, 10:55 am - IP Logged

            Thanks Peach.  My birthday (725) is a sum 14 and I've been playing it since the beginning of the month. 

              Peach3 $treet's avatar - kol becauseOfTheTimes.jpg
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              Posted: July 18, 2005, 11:18 am - IP Logged

              Thanks Peach.  My birthday (725) is a sum 14 and I've been playing it since the beginning of the month. 

              You're very welcome, Toney.  Hope you're blessed with a great early birthday present very soon!

              725, in some order, certainly has excellent potential to hit, especially with that digit 7 out 22 draws on mid.  I'm definitely including that in my plays, also. 

              And 36 skips for 7 in the !st postion is the longest out of the three postions, tracking midday.

              (22 skips for 7 in the 2nd position; 24 skips, 3rd position)

              Wishing us all good luck!

               

               

               >Peach

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                Posted: July 18, 2005, 7:16 pm - IP Logged

                762 GA eve

                Finally!! A single from that overdue group, after having extended the new record for skips to twelve with midday's 631.

                A sum 15 tonight.... Hope someone else here got a bite!

                 

                24444800     7/18/05    2,6,7          Y  07/18/05 GA      $0.25                $37.50

                 

                Let's hope that digit 7 will come back tomorrow midday, although the sum range of Georgia's next drawn number now becomes harder to guess. 

                Maybe a 13, 14, 16 or 17 sum?

                         

                 >Peach

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                  Posted: July 18, 2005, 7:25 pm - IP Logged

                  Congratulations to you Peach.

                  I missed this post yesterday or I would have been all over this with ya. Disapprove

                  Thanks for posting the info! I'll have to keep my eyes peeled.

                  Best of Luck,

                  Bryan  :)

                    Peach3 $treet's avatar - kol becauseOfTheTimes.jpg
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                    Posted: July 18, 2005, 7:42 pm - IP Logged

                    Congratulations to you Peach.

                    I missed this post yesterday or I would have been all over this with ya. Disapprove

                    Thanks for posting the info! I'll have to keep my eyes peeled.

                    Best of Luck,

                    Bryan  :)

                    Thank you Bryan!Big Grin

                    I'm sure sorry you missed this one, but there's certain to be other good-looking opportunities coming up soon.  I'll definitely post anything that appears promising for Georgia.

                    If you're gonna be leaning some on that digit 7 to hit tomorrow mid, here's hoping one of our plays comes through for us, bud!

                     

                     >Peach