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# Somebody crack the champagne

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After much grappling

I stayed with it like a

pit bull.Eureka moment

today.Another niche in

my belt of workouts.

enlightenment

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BA

What have you discovered?

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Share it with us.

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Food for thought:  Most of you might know that there are 120 possible 3 digit combinations that can be written 6 different ways each (6x120=720 exacts).  There are 90 doubles combinations that can be written 3 different ways each....3x90=270.    With 10 Triples+270 Doubles+720 3-digits you get the 1000 EXACTS.

Since there are 3 times more 3-digit combinations then Pures, Doubles & Triples combined most of the time you can eliminate them from playing.  When you do that you will find of the possible 100 combinations left that 68 of the combinations have a Sum Total from 11-20.  There are 26 3-digit combinations that Sum Total 0-10 and 6 3-digit combinations that Sum Total 21+.

In this scenario you can see there are over twice as many 3-digit combinations that total 11-20 then there are in the combined number of Singles & Twenties at 32.   It's on that basis that I say the below group of digit combinations will play most of the time......68 of them.  These are what I concentrate on unless my charts indicate to me that either a Pures, Singles or Twenties is about to play....or whether there will be Doubles instead.  Triples are so remote to me that I rarely even give them consideration although I know they do play.  In one year in Texas they played less then .5% though <G>

11    12  13   14  15  16  17  18    19  20
056 156 067 167 186 187 386 567 856 857
038 318 085 185 087 367 098 387 487 956
416 057 418 356 096 385 467 918 496 938
407 093 436 095 456 916 485 936 298 497
218 417 409 437 438 097 287 495
236 435 256 491 267 457 296 297
209 237 238 257 285 493
245 291 247 293 249 295

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ALL IN!

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May disappoint if you are

a double watcher.These

68 are it.The right key number

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BA

Thanks for that...do you think that a skip analysis should be used for these 68 combinations?

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Do unto others as you would have them do unto you! ---Golden Rule

Kindness goes a long way.

Take it all the way to the bank!!!

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Doubles scare me. Each time I try and analyze them, they come up flat. They are too inconsistent I think.

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 Thu, Mar 23, 2006 7-4-7 Wed, Mar 22, 2006 7-5-1 Tue, Mar 21, 2006 3-2-3 Mon, Mar 20, 2006 4-6-3 Sun, Mar 19, 2006 7-5-2

Fla. lottery

Digits out 0-8-9

At some point

What I've seen in years of tracking is that "most" of the digits that play will replay before they get 5 or more games away from the last time they play.  If I can determine that all digits will come from within the last 4 games I can eliminate all digits 5 games or more out.  If there is a 1/2, 2/1 or 0/3 split, then my software will give me combinations based upon that scenario which will cut down the possible combinations considerably.

Based on her words

We can get one digit out

0,8,or 9

or

08,89,90

We know this,looking at

the five combos that played

most digits repeat except

the 6 & 1, good choices

with digit out numbers(0,8,9)

607 came

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BA

So you would want to use digits that will in essence use those pairs to get the sums 11-20?

083 084 085 086 087 089

891 892 893

902 903 904 905 906 907 908

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BA

So you would want to use digits that will in essence use those pairs to get the sums 11-20?

083 084 085 086 087 089

891 892 893

902 903 904 905 906 907 908

It has worked for instance

when Ga. had 2-3-5 digits out

Ga. Day Rt. sum out? 3/7-3/15

563 combo came,318 came

.May not be consistent

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How many games, BA, do you consider a digit to be "out" 10? 20?

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How many games, BA, do you consider a digit to be "out" 10? 20?

All positions five draws

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