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Hey...New number group discovery ! P3

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Posted: January 2, 2006, 3:54 pm - IP Logged

thank you, tea......at least someone answered.

Sandy

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    Posted: January 2, 2006, 10:45 pm - IP Logged

    lol Sandy - I was waiting for the answer also

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    Napoleon Hill

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      Posted: January 3, 2006, 1:29 am - IP Logged

                          De ja Vu Repeat ...

         De ja vu group

         It's always been there ..... getting in my way and the last place I look for numbers usually.

         

              They really are a certified part of my tracking now and they do hit on average of every 16 days just like the other groups. So why shouldn't we give him a full seat at the table? Right?

                  The Repeat Group      

                It's always the last 12 Draws or the " 12 Number Repeat Group that last hit. 

      I love them !  

       If your state has gone more than 16 draws with out a BOX hit from the "De Ja Vu" group you better check the last 12 draw fellas real close. This is a real and very dangerous group to ignore.

       Now we have his NUMBER ! 

       It is the group of numbers that has hit in last 12 draws. Everyone knows about repeats. No one ever tracked them as a whole group before and clocked them into a hit rate equal to more common and familiar groups. The hit rate is the same as any other group we already track.

            One number from this group is expected to hit every 16 draws. Equal to the all high,all low, all odd, all even, or consecutive straights groups.    

       

       

      The only real failure .....is the failure to try.                               

                                    Luck is a very rare thing....... Odds not so much. 

                                    Odds never change .....but probability does. 

                                                                                             Win d    

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        Posted: January 3, 2006, 1:44 am - IP Logged

                            De ja Vu Repeat ...

           De ja vu group

           It's always been there ..... getting in my way and the last place I look for numbers usually.

           

                They really are a certified part of my tracking now and they do hit on average of every 16 days just like the other groups. So why shouldn't we give him a full seat at the table? Right?

                    The Repeat Group      

                  It's always the last 12 Draws or the " 12 Number Repeat Group that last hit. 

        I love them !  

         If your state has gone more than 16 draws with out a BOX hit from the "De Ja Vu" group you better check the last 12 draw fellas real close. This is a real and very dangerous group to ignore.

         Now we have his NUMBER ! 

         It is the group of numbers that has hit in last 12 draws. Everyone knows about repeats. No one ever tracked them as a whole group before and clocked them into a hit rate equal to more common and familiar groups. The hit rate is the same as any other group we already track.

              One number from this group is expected to hit every 16 draws. Equal to the all high,all low, all odd, all even, or consecutive straights groups.    

        When you apply the Birthday Paradox to Pick-3 you find a number from the last 16 draws is expected to repeat 50% of the time.  BobP