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# check this 3-digit workout - all states

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Poway CA (San Diego County)
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I am having trouble getting a handle on this theory.

Can someone explain?

Destiney wrote:

684 - what equals to 8

Where did 684 come from?  As I understand (which is wrong) 6+8+4 = 18, 1+8 = 9 .  Where did '8' come from?

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ok, so take 359 - what equals to 3

3+5+9 = 17 =8  Where does 3 come from?

lastly,

ok, so that 765 - what euals to 6

7+6+5 = 18 = 9 - where does 6 come from?

She switched midway, so it is very confusing.  The 684 = 8 is the SLD (sum last digit) 6+8+4 = 18 = 8 (lowest significant digit only).  You were doing root sum when you came up with the 9.

Then when she did the 359 she switched to doing the pairs from EACH digit of the draw ( 3, 5, and 9).

Same with the 765 she had switched at that point to digits and not using SLD any more.

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Great system!!  Backtracked it a little and it seems to work in some states.

To figure out the 3rd digit, try the following example:

1.  Take numbers from last 2 draws

Example: 203, 643 = 0, 2, 3, 4, 6

2.  Use numbers that did not show in last 2 draws

Example: 203, 643 (Numbers that didn't show are 1, 5, 7, 8, 9)

One or several of the numbers that didn't show in the previous 2 draws usually show up in the next draw.  Use these numbers as your 3rd digit.

Just a thought!

Good Luck,

John

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9+7+8=24, now my ? is how do I break the 24 down to finish the workout

DOMINO

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 Posted: February 21, 2006, 5:11 pm - IP Logged

Unfortunatly, for me, I STILL don't understand!!!

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9+7+8=24, now my ? is how do I break the 24 down to finish the workout

It depends on which method you want to use.  The SLD is 4 so if you use that method, look in my chart above and play the pairs for 4 (04, 13, 22).  Pick a number using suggestions by John (Atomic Dog) to find the third digit.

If you want to use the second method, then take each individual number and pick the pairs for each one:

9 would be 09, 18, 27, 36, and 45

7 would be 07, 16, 25, and 34

8 would be 08, 17, 26, 35, and 44

You have 14 pairs to use.  Try to pick the 3rd digit to go with them.

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Thanks CalifDude, now let me see if I can come up with a winner

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 Posted: February 21, 2006, 5:43 pm - IP Logged

9+7+8=24, now my ? is how do I break the 24 down to finish the workout

It depends on which method you want to use.  The SLD is 4 so if you use that method, look in my chart above and play the pairs for 4 (04, 13, 22).  Pick a number using suggestions by John (Atomic Dog) to find the third digit.

If you want to use the second method, then take each individual number and pick the pairs for each one:

9 would be 09, 18, 27, 36, and 45

7 would be 07, 16, 25, and 34

8 would be 08, 17, 26, 35, and 44

You have 14 pairs to use.  Try to pick the 3rd digit to go with them.

14 pair..    140 Combos..

Little rich for my pocket..

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michigan watch this pair

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 Posted: February 21, 2006, 8:35 pm - IP Logged

9+7+8=24, now my ? is how do I break the 24 down to finish the workout

It depends on which method you want to use.  The SLD is 4 so if you use that method, look in my chart above and play the pairs for 4 (04, 13, 22).  Pick a number using suggestions by John (Atomic Dog) to find the third digit.

If you want to use the second method, then take each individual number and pick the pairs for each one:

9 would be 09, 18, 27, 36, and 45

7 would be 07, 16, 25, and 34

8 would be 08, 17, 26, 35, and 44

You have 14 pairs to use.  Try to pick the 3rd digit to go with them.

14 pair..    140 Combos..

Little rich for my pocket..

What has been suggested by at least 3 people in this thread is to pick a number to put with those pairs, so it is only 14 combos or maybe 28 ... NOT 140.

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 Posted: February 23, 2006, 7:54 am - IP Logged

Destiny, this is an interesting method and I think you are on to something.

Great, Angellight

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thank you angie - i hope you knock em down

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 Posted: February 28, 2006, 7:27 pm - IP Logged

I understand this and it worked in PA Night Draw

Last eve Feb 27 Draw 324

Here is how she does it. She said to take the first or second number of the previous draw which in this case would be 3 and 2

Then she said for instance what equals 3 the first number of the draw which would be

0+3

1+2

4+ 9 which actually equals 13 but she said to drop the FIRST digit which gives the 3

5+8 again gives you 13 and you drop the 1 and have a 3

6+7 again gives you 13 and you drop the 1 and have a 3

Tonight Feb 28 our Night number was 694

See above 4+9 pair then she said you have to pick the 3rd digit to go with those pairs. And if you picked 6 to go along with the 4+9 then you would have had a boxed hit.

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 Posted: February 28, 2006, 7:41 pm - IP Logged

By the way I have not back tested this, I have only did the previous draw so Let us take the PA Night Draw that came tonight which is

694

Ok you take either the first or second digit so I will do the first one 6

What equals 6

0+6

1+5

2+4

3+3

7+9 which really equals 16 and you drop the 1 and have a 6

Now you would have to pick the 3rd number to go along with the pairs above. So let us see if  a 06, 15, 24, 33, or 79 shows in tomorrows PA Night Draw!

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By the way I have not back tested this, I have only did the previous draw so Let us take the PA Night Draw that came tonight which is

694

Ok you take either the first or second digit so I will do the first one 6

What equals 6

0+6

1+5

2+4

3+3

7+9 which really equals 16 and you drop the 1 and have a 6

Now you would have to pick the 3rd number to go along with the pairs above. So let us see if  a 06, 15, 24, 33, or 79 shows in tomorrows PA Night Draw!

CV - I see what you're saying with the 9+7=16 (lottery math =6).  Along those lines, then you would also add the pair: 8+8=16.  Correct?

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By the way I have not back tested this, I have only did the previous draw so Let us take the PA Night Draw that came tonight which is

694

Ok you take either the first or second digit so I will do the first one 6

What equals 6

0+6

1+5

2+4

3+3

7+9 which really equals 16 and you drop the 1 and have a 6

Now you would have to pick the 3rd number to go along with the pairs above. So let us see if  a 06, 15, 24, 33, or 79 shows in tomorrows PA Night Draw!

CV - I see what you're saying with the 9+7=16 (lottery math =6).  Along those lines, then you would also add the pair: 8+8=16.  Correct?

Calabs

Yes you could and it worked again in tonights PA Draw

Last Night the number was 694

I did the pairs for the 6 above the 1+5 came tonight as 145

So It did work again if you used the 1 and 5 pair and added a 4 then you got a hit. This could generate some hits if you put the correct 3rd digit with the pairs. I like this to go along with my guide numbers and its kind of fun and very easy. It can be used as a tool if you understand it properly and do not over complicate it. Also if you would of done the work out and the 2nd  digit from the last draw the nine the 4+5 pair would have been in that! 4+5=9. It is a neat work out.

Good Work Destiny!

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