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# Secrets of the 3 Digits out Method

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Wyncote,Pa
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WinD introduced 3 digits out

I found ways to use it.

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Winning Root sums found 90% of the time from

one of the digits out.

I believe you can find

a winning pair within the

week with digits out.

Say if the 3 missing digits from the previous 5 draws

16---94---83

14--18---69

63--98---43

Note the mirror pairs at top

The 1(0dd) digit takes  even digits

14-18

The 6(even) digit takes odd digits

69-63

Did the same with the 9 & 3

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what????????????? can you be more specific like the other guys.

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16---94---83

14--18---69

63--98---43

Changing these pairs into LDR sums

7---3---1

5---9---5

9---7---7

By targeting dominant LDR sum

the 7 seen here,16,89 or34 will

likely hit.

the pairs

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I have backtested this enough

but say if a mirror combo

are the digits out 3-1-6

38-16-61

36--81

11-66-33

I am assuming this is double

indicator and may forecast

the digit 0.

Backtesting this last info

rendered.

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BA

Have you done any backtesting with these yet?

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Roots sums give direction

Mich. had 0-6-2 outTest for Clean number hit- Mich

05--61--27

01--07--56

52--67--12

These are my pairs to watch

for one will hit.782 hit

Convert into LDR sums

5---7---9

1---7---1

7---3---3

Watching 25,16,70 pair

Test for Clean number hit- is not over yet

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BA

Have you done any backtesting with these yet?

Yes, the digits out that are

single combos like 4-5-7,6-7-9

1-5-9,4-6-0 etc. the pairing

works well.

I posted this awhile back

Last 3 overdue LDR sums

as of 3/29 were 5,8*,7

if considered root sums

782*= 17=8* root sum

has arrived within the week

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So basically, let's say that 8,9 & 1 are out

So, take these digits, then take mirrors: 3,4 & 6

38--48--68

39--49--69

31--41--61

Convert to LDR:

1--2--4

2--3--5

4--5--7

4, 7 & 2 are dominant Root, so which pairs would you play?

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So basically, let's say that 8,9 & 1 are out

So, take these digits, then take mirrors: 3,4 & 6

38--48--68

39--49--69

31--41--61

Convert to LDR:

1--2--4

2--3--5

4--5--7

4, 7 & 2 are dominant Root, so which pairs would you play?

I'm thinkin the first row should be mirrors:

83  94  16

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calabs

Yes, you are right. However, the dominant Sum doesn't take precedence here.

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good morning , Blackapple

I'm curious about the mirror thing

what is it????????

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cps10 - Not sure what dominant sum is, but based on the example BA gave I'm getting the follow number pairs

83 - 94 - 16

89 - 81 - 34

36 - 96 - 41

LDR

1 - 3 - 7

7 - 9 - 7

9 - 5 - 5

BA, can you help?

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purple:

The mirrors are the opposite of a particular number.

0 <---> 5 these are mirrors of each other

1 <---> 6 so are these

2 <---> 7 so are these

3 <---> 8 so are these

4 <---> 9 as are these

Hope this helps! Good luck!

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calabs

Yeah, see, I wasn't taking combos from within (i.e., 8-9) so I don't know how it would go.

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thank you cps10

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