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Determing doubles with 1up/1down

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Posted: March 31, 2006, 1:47 pm - IP Logged

Hey calabs

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

If you look at the very first post of this thread, you will see the triggers.  Wink

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    calabs...sorry about that...I will look backwards

    Anyway, so with the 076 example, you are playing 0, 7, & 6 doubles, since the 076 is the "trigger" or do I have it backwards?

    Whew! :)

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      calabs...sorry about that...I will look backwards

      Anyway, so with the 076 example, you are playing 0, 7, & 6 doubles, since the 076 is the "trigger" or do I have it backwards?

      Whew! :)

      No that's right, so when trigger 076 appears, you play

      011...............etc,

      711...............etc.

      611...............etc.

      But as I said, sometimes these numbers don't show.  A lot of time Laverne's numbers come out, but of her doubles show in the workout too.  Make sense now?

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        Yeah, that makes sense. Now, how to deal with this....

        what if you have 979, which would be in the 97x.

        If you add 23 to it, you get 1002. Does that matter, or do you throw that one out since its result isn't a true double?

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          Yeah, that makes sense. Now, how to deal with this....

          what if you have 979, which would be in the 97x.

          If you add 23 to it, you get 1002. Does that matter, or do you throw that one out since its result isn't a true double?

          When you add 023 to the number, you use lottery math, so the ten's gets dropped.  So 979 would be 992.

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            okay...right o'!

            I would assume that in that case, you would be playing

            911 922 933 944 955 966 977 988

            711 722 733 744 755 766 788 799

            I have found a few whereby you play those #s, they come out

            199 299 399 499 599 699 799 899

            177 277 377 477 577 677 877 977

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              Yes, but rare, at least in NJ.  There may be other states that show the mirror more often. 

              So midday NJ was 978 (series number; nailed a box today!).  Now this number is a doubles trigger, so let's see what happens over the next couple of draws.

              978 + 023 = 991 

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                Tntea - Using the 023 format (i.e. take the number and leave the first digit alone, add two to the second digit, and add 3 to the third digit).  So for example 20X (lets say the number is 206) then the new number would be 229.  Make sense?

                Hi calabs, where can I get the info on 023 format? Trying to learn from your post! Wink

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                  Tarzan

                  It's quite simple...when one of those triggers at the beginning comes up, then you play the doubles of the digits that came up for the next draw.

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                    Thank you! Every little bit helps! See Ya!

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                      Posted: March 31, 2006, 3:34 pm - IP Logged

                      For example,

                      If 315 comes out, then that is the trigger, because 315 + 023 = 338

                      Then you would play the doubles associated with the digits 3 1 & 5:

                      311 322 344 355 366 377 388 399

                      122 133 144 155 166 177 188 199

                      511 522 533 544 566 577 588 599

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                        Tntea - Using the 023 format (i.e. take the number and leave the first digit alone, add two to the second digit, and add 3 to the third digit).  So for example 20X (lets say the number is 206) then the new number would be 229.  Make sense?

                        Hi calabs, where can I get the info on 023 format? Trying to learn from your post! Wink

                        Hey Tarzan - If you haven't already, read all the posts of this thread.  It has evolved to a certain extent, so there are different things that may happen once the double trigger is identified.  As cps said, you play the doubles that come from the trigger, or it may show up as one of Laverne's doubles.  Hard to say exactly, only that the trigger really shows a high % of doubles hit 1-2 draws after they appear, at least in the state I backtest (NJ).  Other states may be better or worse.  Check the states you play and see what pattern develop.  Good luck!!

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                          For example,

                          If 315 comes out, then that is the trigger, because 315 + 023 = 338

                          Then you would play the doubles associated with the digits 3 1 & 5:

                          311 322 344 355 366 377 388 399

                          122 133 144 155 166 177 188 199

                          511 522 533 544 566 577 588 599

                          THAT"S IT!!!!!! LOL

                          But everyone should do their own state to see if this works.  Some states may show the mirror more often. Other may show the double a little later.  One other way to test which double may fall is to incorporate this into your workout.  If doubles are showing, then perhaps that may be a way to narrow down the picks, or perhaps give you a "warm and fuzzy feeling" that doubles will come. 

                           

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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. Wink

                            I use to determine which doubles.. and then of course if a "double warning appears.. I start looking closer..

                             

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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

                              OK, let me get this straight.  I'm looking at your blog.  Last night's P3 was 530.  So I look at the string for doubles like so?

                              057=051 052 053 506 057 058 059 050 571 572 573 576 577 578 579 570 071 072 073 076 077 078 079 070

                              Now this string all have the same vtrac v113, so we'd be looking for the double vtrac return?  Would we also be looking for V133 as well, and the doubles associated with that string?