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# Doubles indicators

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Poway CA (San Diego County)
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I have found something very interesting while I have been picking my predictions and trying to guess if the next draw will be a double or not.

Try this yourself ... I think you will be amazed!

Look at the draws (mid to mid and eve to eve is the way I do it) in your state.  Working from the most recent draw back wards, look for a double.  Then look to see what the number drawn just before the double was.  I think you will find many times it is either another double or a "rare" number.  A rare number is a pure odd, pure even, or series (123, 456, 789, etc.).

Check it out.

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Thanks for this post CD!

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It doesn't work in every state, so just check your state.  Here are the results for today Midday (no California, yet).  I have put the draw, the previous draw, and the rule it followed:

GA 355 Previous = 339 (Double follows double - also rare)
IL/IA 808 Previous = 546 (Double follows rare)
KY 055 Previous = 020 (Double follows double - also rare)
OH 922 Previous = 017 (missed this one)
TX 900 Previous = 104 (missed this one)
TS 060 Previous = 952 (missed this one)
DC 212 Previous = 303 (Double follows double)

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 Posted: January 2, 2006, 3:22 pm - IP Logged

usually the 0 will indicate a double coming..  or a double will indicate a 0 coming..

Will check out your observations... I love doubles...

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 Posted: January 2, 2006, 3:32 pm - IP Logged

I love doubles also.  Thanks for the info CD!

I'm with tntea on the 0 digit... also if double 6's come - look for single digit 9... double 9's come - look for single digit 6

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 Posted: January 2, 2006, 4:21 pm - IP Logged

I love doubles also.  Thanks for the info CD!

I'm with tntea on the 0 digit... also if double 6's come - look for single digit 9... double 9's come - look for single digit 6

Yes, there are a number of things that help to identify doubles.  I think each state is a little different, but I was surprised as I was going through each state's draws and looking at doubles to find how many times they were preceded by a "rare" number.  I already knew about doubles following doubles.  Yes, the 0 digit works sometimes.  Notice in my list above that some of the doubles came after a zero.  I think my method had one more hit than the zero method, but that is a very short example.

We all have our ways of trying to predict what the next draw will be and we all certainly have to decide if a double is highly probable.  Therefore, we all also need to look closely for indicators.  It may be the zero or my suggestions.  Check out your own state and keep in mind the indicators that tntea and I have suggested.

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 Posted: January 2, 2006, 5:36 pm - IP Logged

thanks for the info cd--good stuff as always; if you continue to moniter this it would be interesting to know if you find any differences between the computer draw states and the non-computer states; thanks again and happy new year

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 Posted: January 3, 2006, 12:28 am - IP Logged
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KS had all odd last night and came out with a double today...

Now my question.. how would I know which double?

Good info CD.. will research this further...

here is KS line up

Mon, Jan 2, 2006 6-8-8 7-3-9 3-9-6 3-1-3 6-6-6 5-8-7 3-9-2 7-8-8 9-4-3 4-1-2 3-2-8 7-3-8
Now I see where I could have chosen my doubles.. with the double vtrac return.. Will be checking states about his method.. This could be a valuable breakthrough.. Thanks for your input CD..  There is no telling if I would have recognized this any time at all...

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 Posted: January 3, 2006, 7:11 pm - IP Logged

bumped

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 Posted: January 3, 2006, 7:14 pm - IP Logged
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KS had all odd last night and came out with a double today...

Now my question.. how would I know which double?

Good info CD.. will research this further...

here is KS line up

Mon, Jan 2, 2006 6-8-8 7-3-9 3-9-6 3-1-3 6-6-6 5-8-7 3-9-2 7-8-8 9-4-3 4-1-2 3-2-8 7-3-8
Now I see where I could have chosen my doubles.. with the double vtrac return.. Will be checking states about his method.. This could be a valuable breakthrough.. Thanks for your input CD..  There is no telling if I would have recognized this any time at all...

I haven't found any way to determine which double will hit after the rare number hits.  But a lot of us are using wheels these days and I have one wheel with and one wheel without doubles.  If I see an indicator for doubles, then I will play the doubles wheel.

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 Posted: January 3, 2006, 7:22 pm - IP Logged

thanks for the post CD....michigan is big on that type of thing...probably at least 80% of the time....a double will follow a double and will definitely take a look at the other info you have passed along to see if that is also the case...thanks

VAL

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 Posted: January 3, 2006, 7:29 pm - IP Logged

ok...just looked and the other things do not pertain to Mi. as it does other places...but I probably exaggerated a little on the 80% of a double returning but is more at 60% the next drawing ( eve to eve and midday to midday ) ....thanks again

VAL

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Just walk beside me and be my friend.

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 Posted: January 3, 2006, 7:44 pm - IP Logged

ok...just looked and the other things do not pertain to Mi. as it does other places...but I probably exaggerated a little on the 80% of a double returning but is more at 60% the next drawing ( eve to eve and midday to midday ) ....thanks again

And you are welcome.

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 Posted: January 3, 2006, 7:52 pm - IP Logged
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KS had all odd last night and came out with a double today...

Now my question.. how would I know which double?

Good info CD.. will research this further...

here is KS line up

Mon, Jan 2, 2006 6-8-8 7-3-9 3-9-6 3-1-3 6-6-6 5-8-7 3-9-2 7-8-8 9-4-3 4-1-2 3-2-8 7-3-8
Now I see where I could have chosen my doubles.. with the double vtrac return.. Will be checking states about his method.. This could be a valuable breakthrough.. Thanks for your input CD..  There is no telling if I would have recognized this any time at all...

I haven't found any way to determine which double will hit after the rare number hits.  But a lot of us are using wheels these days and I have one wheel with and one wheel without doubles.  If I see an indicator for doubles, then I will play the doubles wheel.

You have given me another challenge... I am going to start applying these to the vtracs to see what happens..

OLD/Vtrac

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 Posted: January 4, 2006, 1:29 pm - IP Logged

Here are the doubles from yesterday.  I have shown the previous draw and I also showed the "rule" that applied.  Of course, I have pointed out that you need to look at the history of YOUR state to see how it conforms to the rules!!

This comparison, of course, does not show all the times that an indicator MISSED indicating a double!  It is only to show you that there are indicators.

California Midday
Tue, Jan 3, 2006 0-6-6 (none)
Mon, Jan 2, 2006 2-1-8

Connecticut Midday
Tue, Jan 3, 2006 3-3-6 (zero)
Mon, Jan 2, 2006 3-7-0

Delaware Midday
Tue, Jan 3, 2006 2-2-7 ("rare")
Mon, Jan 2, 2006 7-8-9

Georgia Midday
Tue, Jan 3, 2006 5-5-7 (double & "rare")
Mon, Jan 2, 2006 3-5-5

Kentucky Midday
Tue, Jan 3, 2006 1-1-6 (double & zero)
Mon, Jan 2, 2006 0-5-5

New York Midday
Tue, Jan 3, 2006 4-9-9 (zero)
Mon, Jan 2, 2006 1-0-5

Tennessee Midday
Tue, Jan 3, 2006 7-6-7 (zero and "rare")
Mon, Jan 2, 2006 0-4-8

Tri-State Midday
Tue, Jan 3, 2006 9-0-0 (double, zero, & "rare")
Mon, Jan 2, 2006 0-6-0

Wash D.C. Midday
Tue, Jan 3, 2006 6-6-8 (double)
Mon, Jan 2, 2006 2-1-2

Arizona
Tue, Jan 3, 2006 7-4-4 (none)
Mon, Jan 2, 2006 1-4-2

Delaware Play 3
Tue, Jan 3, 2006 0-0-4 (zero)
Mon, Jan 2, 2006 3-5-0

Idaho Pick 3
Tue, Jan 3, 2006 5-4-5 (double)
Mon, Jan 2, 2006 7-2-2

Illinois/Iowa Daily 3
Tue, Jan 3, 2006 7-7-3 (double & "rare")
Mon, Jan 2, 2006 4-2-2

Kansas Pick 3
Tue, Jan 3, 2006 1-7-7 (double)
Mon, Jan 2, 2006 6-8-8

Kentucky Pick 3
Tue, Jan 3, 2006 3-0-3 (zero)
Mon, Jan 2, 2006 9-6-0

Louisiana Pick 3
Tue, Jan 3, 2006 1-8-8 (none)
Mon, Jan 2, 2006 4-7-2

New Mexico Pick 3
Tue, Jan 3, 2006 4-0-4 (doubles & "rare")
Mon, Jan 2, 2006 4-8-8

New York Numbers
Tue, Jan 3, 2006 7-4-4 ("rare") (doubles??)
Mon, Jan 2, 2006 4-4-4

Ohio Pick 3
Tue, Jan 3, 2006 9-9-8 (none)
Mon, Jan 2, 2006 6-1-5

Quebec La Quotidienne 3
Tue, Jan 3, 2006 8-8-1 (none)
Mon, Jan 2, 2006 2-9-5

Tri-State Pick 3
Tue, Jan 3, 2006 4-7-4 (double)
Mon, Jan 2, 2006 1-6-1

Wisconsin Daily 3
Tue, Jan 3, 2006 6-6-7 (zero)
Mon, Jan 2, 2006 6-7-0

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