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Ga evening Roots/Sums Challenge

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Posted: July 20, 2005, 9:47 am - IP Logged
Here is some info on the evening draw for cash3. Hope it helps !!!!!
R/h-c   Hits   Hits   Sums Hits 
 4926 h   31   12    8 3
 5319 c   29      7
 4004 h   33   10   10
 6917 h   27   13   11 
 2079 c   38     12 
 3385 c   30   16   13  11
 7481 h   32   15   14 
 8447 h   33   13   15 10 
 3126 h   34   10   16 11
 7402 c   38       17 
 9988 h           18 
 2902 c    325    107  19
507 9 c    / 10 =    / 9 =   20 
963 9 c   31 - 32 ^   10 - 11 ^   21
142 7 h   Cold Hot   Cold Hot   22 
007 7 c             
 4162 c            94
 7626 h            / 15 =
 9595 c           5 - 6 ^
            Cold Hot 
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    Posted: July 20, 2005, 10:17 am - IP Logged

    You may want to consider watching the Sums and Last Digit Sums.

    Where a Root sum is hot, the base sum could be cold (example, last nites GA 959 is root sum 5 which is hot, but the base sum is 23 and was cold).

    This little extra bit of knowledge combined with Deflate3 has helped me pull my lists down to something more managable and playable. Foolish me just plain ignored it because that number only showed 1 time out of almost 2500 numbers (I usually only watch numbers that show up more then 3 times in my chart).

    Another example is this, my chart shows for midday today for the following sums to be due:

    9
    8
    19 (root sum 1, last digit 9)
    18 (root sum 9, last digit 8)
    26 (root sum 8, last digit 6)
    27 (root sum 9, last digit 7)
    1

    Just my thoughts.

    Sir Metro

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      Posted: July 20, 2005, 10:25 am - IP Logged

      Metro...................I just noticed what you are saying yesterday evening. Found that a root may be hot .......................but it's sum may very ell be cold. Wasn't watching that but will from now on. Thanks for the reply and info. Have a good one.........Jeff