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Tenaj's avatar - michellea
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Posted: April 2, 2006, 7:44 pm - IP Logged

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

LOLThat's funny Cps10 because I thing they are the easiest and pay more.  I'm sorry you've had that experience.

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    Blackapple and Clipper. I've been testing this list posted and I think it is a good tool to use except when doubles show up. States have different sums showing. For instance , it may be SC having 12 , 13 , and 15 showing up most of the time and Va may have something like 12 , 14 , and 15 showing up more than others.  !5 showing up the most. Also I see that it's best to change the numbers around , say  237 change to 723 or 327. Just what I'm seeing with this list. See the test I posted for SC. I changed most of those numbers around. I also used the last draw numbers.  Thanks for posting the list.

     

     Good Luck,

    Blackie.                           

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      Posted: April 2, 2006, 8:42 pm - IP Logged

      This list is simply the 68 SETS of 3 different digits that Sum Total 11-20.  It isnt intended for use with EXACTS or Doubles.

      Go back and read Blackapples original post of what I had posted in May, 2003.

      There are 120 SETS of 3 different digit numbers.  Each of those 120 "sets" can be written 6 different ways. (720 EXACTS)  There are 90 SETS of 2 digit combinations which is Doubles.  Each of those 90 SETS can be written three different ways (270 EXACTS).  There a 10 Triples.  720+270+10 = 1000 EXACTS.

       Just comparing the 720 to the 270 you can see that there are 3 times MORE combinations with 3 different digits then there are 2 digits.  When it comes to 3 different digits that Sum Total there are 68 SETS out of 120 Sets.....over TWICE many sets that Sum Total 11-20 the the number of sets of the 3 different digits that Sum Total 0-10 and 21-27 combined.

       That is what "this" list is about.  We do acknowledge the fact that Doubles do play and that 3 different digits that Sum Total 0-10 and 21-27 to play, however, the majority of the time the combinations of 3 different digits that play will Sum total 11-20.

       

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        Posted: April 2, 2006, 8:45 pm - IP Logged

        I like playing Doubles myself but I dont play them unless my tracking indicates Doubles are "due".  When I can rule out Doubles, I concentrate on the 68 Sets unless my tracking indicates that Sum Total 0-10 or 21-27 will play. 

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          Posted: April 2, 2006, 11:15 pm - IP Logged

          Thanks Clipper. I know what you are saying, I just took an interest in this list and think it can be used in combination with other methods I use to pinpoint what may or may not happen. Good Luck down there.

           

           Good Luck,

          Blackie.                           

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

             

            Clipper's list showing

             Trough digit combos only

            888888888888888888888888888888888888888888888

            Two sum columns first to get

            3 hits will hit again,one of them,soon   

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              Posted: April 3, 2006, 9:18 am - IP Logged

              If you keep track of your sums digits you will notice that the majority of sums that come out every month in your state are between 11 thru 20.

               So keeping track of them and play the hot and due sums are a good bet.

              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 

               Yes ,looking for creative ways to do that

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                Here's something else for you to think about....Repeat Rate.  Here in Texas we've had a 60-62% repeat rate where 1 or more digits repeated from last game.  When you are looking for a "key number"...consider the repeat.    If 1 of the digits repeats you cut the 68 sets down to 45.  If NONE of the digits repeat......you cut the 68 sets down to 23 to consider.

                Clipper - interesting post. I thank you for your enlightenment on this subject. In the original list of 68, I found the following digits to occur this many times each in the list:

                Key DigitCombos
                014
                114
                219
                319
                422
                522
                623
                723
                824
                924
                204

                The North Carolina Education Lottery - so much a joke that here are their mascots:

                Stooges

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                  Posted: April 3, 2006, 10:05 am - IP Logged

                  Janet

                  Yes, I have been fooling around with the doubles, and can't get them to work. That doesn't mean I won't keep trying, but up until now, state-specific, I can't get them to pan out for me. Too many inconsistent losing streaks within them. Just when you think that they are getting ready to hit, they go on a 15-day hiatus.

                  The North Carolina Education Lottery - so much a joke that here are their mascots:

                  Stooges

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                    Here's something else for you to think about....Repeat Rate.  Here in Texas we've had a 60-62% repeat rate where 1 or more digits repeated from last game.  When you are looking for a "key number"...consider the repeat.    If 1 of the digits repeats you cut the 68 sets down to 45.  If NONE of the digits repeat......you cut the 68 sets down to 23 to consider.

                    Clipper - interesting post. I thank you for your enlightenment on this subject. In the original list of 68, I found the following digits to occur this many times each in the list:

                    Key DigitCombos
                    014
                    114
                    219
                    319
                    422
                    522
                    623
                    723
                    824
                    924
                     204

                    So on a avg. digits 4-9

                    will be in the winning combo.

                    from the list

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                      Posted: April 3, 2006, 11:04 am - IP Logged

                      I would even narrow it down to digits 6-9, however, you also must take into consideration that the combos will be around 35-40 including those digits.

                      The North Carolina Education Lottery - so much a joke that here are their mascots:

                      Stooges

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                        Posted: April 3, 2006, 11:20 am - IP Logged

                        This how Tx has fair in the last 6 week. The orange are the ones not included in the original list.

                        2/20
                        111213141516172971920
                        038057067095087097098387298497
                        056093085167096187287468487857
                        209156238185186298296495496938
                        218237247257249367386567856956
                        236291256293267385467918
                        245318409356285457485936
                        407417418437438493
                        416435436491456916
                        2/27
                        11121314151617181920
                        038057067095087097098297298497
                        056093085167096187287387487857
                        209156238185186298296468496938
                        218237247257249367386495856956
                        236291256293267385467567
                        245318409356285457485918
                        407417418437438493936
                        416435436491456916
                        3/06
                        11121314151617181920
                        038057067095087097098297298497
                        056093085167096187287387487857
                        209156238185186298296468496938
                        218237247257249367386495856956
                        236291256293267385467567
                        245318409356285457485918
                        407417418437438493936
                        416435436491456916
                        3/13
                        11121314151617181920
                        038057067095087097098297298497
                        056093085167096187287387487857
                        209156238185186298296468496938
                        218237247257249367386495856956
                        236246256293267385467567
                        245291409356285457485918
                        407318418437438493936
                        416417436491456916
                        435
                        3/20
                        11121314151617181920
                        038057067068087097098297298497
                        056093085095096187287387487857
                        209156238167186298296495496938
                        218237247185249367386567856956
                        236291256257267385467918379
                        245318409293285457485936
                        407417418356438493
                        416435436437456916
                        491375286
                        3/26
                        11121314151617181920
                        038057067095087097098297298497
                        056093085167096187287387487857
                        209156238185186298296495496938
                        218237247257249367386567856956
                        236291256293267385467918
                        245318409356285457485936
                        407417418437438493
                        416435436491456916    
                                  
                                  

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                          Posted: April 3, 2006, 11:23 am - IP Logged

                          That is interesting. Why were those not in the original 68?

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                            Posted: April 3, 2006, 11:35 am - IP Logged

                            I just answered my own question...those are Pures.

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                              Posted: April 3, 2006, 1:37 pm - IP Logged

                              Blackapple and cps =  This past weekend I looked at the 68 combinations a little closer and found that they are not all even when it comes to the repeat/no-repeat consideration.

                               

                              For instance, the set I used for the 45/23 split was the very first one under Sum 11 (056).  This is a 45 to 23 split....or more in parpticular.....1-44-23.  One for the 056, 44 for combinations that have 1 to 2 digits of 056 and 23 that dont have any of the digits.

                              I found one set of digits that had 27 sets that didnt have a repeat digit from the set used and I found other sets that had around 18 sets.  It's going to take a while to go through all 68 sets but Im working on seeing what each set of digits  will reflect regards the repeat/no repeat.  Found the 056 had 11 sets of 2 digit repeat whereas the 038 had  13 sets of 2 digit repeats.

                                 
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