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# Determing doubles with 1up/1down

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NJ Tues EVE: 313 (313 + 023 = 336)  (this was the Green ball draw)

NJ Wed EVE:  252

Again, a doubles trigger shows a double within the next 2 draws.  working very well and consistantly lately.

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NJ 3/11 MID: 309 (309 + 023 = 322)

NJ Sun EVE:  898

Doubles trigger shows a double in the next draw.  Another example of the double containing one number from the double trigger (not unusual to repeat on dig from previous draw).  So if one were to play the doubles from 309:

300,311,322,344,355,366,377,388,399

011,022,033,044,055,066,077,088,099

900,911,922,933,944,955,966,977,988

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Sorry - Correction on my last post:  should read

"NJ 3/11 EVE: 898"

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NJ 3/29 EVE: - 598  (598 + 023 = 511)

NJ 3/30 MID: - 575

Doubles trigger shows a double in the next draw.  Another example of the double containing one number from the double trigger.  This time it produced the mirror of 577, which would be derived from the doubles from the 5 coming from the 3/29 EVE draw (see other examples above).  There have been a couple more since 3/11, but I have not posted them.

I love it when this happens!!!!!!!!

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There are several ways I detect doubles in pick 3

One is with the warning.. the zero warning.. which works great most of the time..

Another is how I grabbed TN today.. using what I refer to as the "OLD method:: ( listed in my blog)

How it works..

Take the number from a draw.. say

547 last night in TN..

add 1 , 2,  3 to each digit..

breaking it down into three pairs..  45  57 47.. I use each of the numbers that I got when I added the 1, 2, 3,,

example

5 4 7

6 5 8

7 6 9

0    Here I eliminated the extra 8 and 7 since it was already there..

then I make combos looking for doubles..  575, 747, 545,  and played those...

The strings are already worked out in my blog for those who don't quite understand..

Say you have  394 like in PA today.. look in blog and find 394 and it shows the string to play afterwards.

344 345 346 347 340 341 342 494 495 496 497 490 491 492 394 395 396 397 390 391 392

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Got another double in GA... look in blog.. for midday .. 284 the string says play

283 284 285 289 280 281 286 287 243 244 245 249 240 241 247 843 844 845 849 840 841 847

because I am cautious.. I play the mate... lol  Little Old Lady suggest that to me sometime back..

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733=738 739 730 734 735 736 338 339 330 334 335 335 336

MI last night..  337

Using the OLD method.. doubles to play were...  339 338 330 334 335 336

I  This system for double catching...

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Thank you Tntea - This is very useful. I will back test the states I follow.

So just to clarify -  is the "old system" a way to determine when doubles will fall, or just which double MIGHT fall based on the string which is triggered by the last draw number?  I see other possibilities there as well.  Thanks again.

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calabs

Are the doubles coming out the NEXT draw after you get the trigger? And if so, how often do they win and lose? I remember testing this a little bit in the past, but can't think of how well it did.

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Good morning cps10!

When the doubles trigger occurs, and when the doubles comes out, the double falls on the next draw MOST of the time, but may occur on the following draw.  If it does not, then chasing it any further would not be worth it.  There have been times where the double falls 3 or 4 draws later, however.

I recall us going through this system using filters, and money was made.  \$\$\$\$\$\$\$

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Good morning and Great Friday to you calabs!

I wonder if we should revisit this and maybe blow the filters up on it, because I recall that the filters started giving us skewed results.

Lets say that you have a trigger in the afternoon: 067

Adding 23 to it gives up 090. Now, would you play the 0 & 9 doubles for the next draw or two, or three or four? You could progress that as well and give up after 4 draws, although I don't think that you would need to progress, unless you just took your loss into the next trigger, so you would play:

010 020 030 040 050 060 070 080 090

909 919 929 939 949 959 969 979 989

Or would you be playing different numbers based on this example?

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Good morning and Great Friday to you calabs!

I wonder if we should revisit this and maybe blow the filters up on it, because I recall that the filters started giving us skewed results.

Lets say that you have a trigger in the afternoon: 067

Adding 23 to it gives up 090. Now, would you play the 0 & 9 doubles for the next draw or two, or three or four? You could progress that as well and give up after 4 draws, although I don't think that you would need to progress, unless you just took your loss into the next trigger, so you would play:

010 020 030 040 050 060 070 080 090

909 919 929 939 949 959 969 979 989

Or would you be playing different numbers based on this example?

OK - First off, 067 is not a doubles trigger.   .  076 would be that trigger.  If you add 023 to this you get 099.  So what I've found, and it is not ALWAYS the case, but you would play:

011, 022, 033, etc

911, 922, 933, etc.

For all cases where this came out (except one just recently), the mirror does not show (e.g. 001).  The double does not alway show as a number in the trigger, but it occurs often, and almost always on the next draw.  Sometimes it shows as one of Laverne's "GEMS" or doubles trigger.

Make sense?

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That's what I meant...076....lol.  But wouldn't 067 be a trigger too since it's 090? Just curious...

But you do play the doubles of the digits in the 023generated number from the trigger, not from the trigger?

In other words, with the 099, you play

011 022 033 etc

911 922 933 etc

as opposed to

011 022 033

611 622 633

711 722 733

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Hey calabs

do you happen to have a list of the "triggers"?

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That's what I meant...076....lol.  But wouldn't 067 be a trigger too since it's 090? Just curious...

But you do play the doubles of the digits in the 023generated number from the trigger, not from the trigger?

In other words, with the 099, you play

011 022 033 etc

911 922 933 etc

as opposed to

011 022 033

611 622 633

711 722 733

No I usually play the doubles from the doubles trigger, and not from the outcome of the 023 additive, but your progression is right.  You're right in that the 067 is a doubles trigger, but these triggers are much less reliable than the other.

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