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# Secrets of the 3 Digits out Method

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Youngstown,Ohio
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Excellent grasshopper! It's working pretty well!

Good luck tonight em!

Thanks CPS10, it is indeed.

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OK - I know we are going from mid-mid and eve-eve on these digits out.  Now when you are looking for one of the pairs to show, are you looking at EVERY draw that that point, or just the draw that you pulled the digits out from?

4/7 Ohio mid, 493, 43 pair, from the digits out (1-4-8) from the nite draw. Also notice 493 is from the "68" list. There have been times the numbers I played at nite showed up the next mid draw. I guess if they use the same machine for both draws, why not play both draws.

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OK - I know we are going from mid-mid and eve-eve on these digits out.  Now when you are looking for one of the pairs to show, are you looking at EVERY draw that that point, or just the draw that you pulled the digits out from?

4/7 Ohio mid, 493, 43 pair, from the digits out (1-4-8) from the nite draw. Also notice 493 is from the "68" list. There have been times the numbers I played at nite showed up the next mid draw. I guess if they use the same machine for both draws, why not play both draws.

If the  Predominant LDR sum

attained from the 3 digit out

method may prove to be strong enough for both drawings, continued observation will tell

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New digits out of the Ohio nite draw, 4-5-8.

4-5-8

9-0-3

49-45-43  3-9-7

50-58-89  5-3-7

83-03-09  1-3-9

LDR 3= 49,58,03 one of these pairs hits within 7 days.

Since 4-5-8 were out as of last nights draw, could today's 493 account for the 49 pair?

The Carolinas - Charlotte
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Grasshopper - it could. However, since they are independent, then I would still play the 49 pair. We have seen pairs travel from midday to evening. Perhaps the 58 comes out tonight.

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CPS10, thanks, by the way that was a nice chart you made.

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Grasshopper

My pleasure. Nice town you are from...legend has it that my father-in-law's family (his last name is Young) lost your town in a bet...how about that?

Let me know whenever I can help!

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ontario....digits out....0...1...and 7

pairs...05...16....72

...........01....07....56

..........52.....12.....67

ldr's....5.......7......9

..........1.......7.......3

..........7.......3.......3

looking for root sums....3 and 7. root sum 7 out 19 draws....

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tungsten chef

Good luck on those!

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Grasshopper

My pleasure. Nice town you are from...legend has it that my father-in-law's family (his last name is Young) lost your town in a bet...how about that?

Let me know whenever I can help!

That's a new one on me! Was his name John Young?

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New digits out of the Ohio nite draw, 4-5-8.

4-5-8

9-0-3

49-45-43  3-9-7

50-58-89  5-3-7

83-03-09  1-3-9

LDR 3= 49,58,03 one of these pairs hits within 7 days.

Since 4-5-8 were out as of last nights draw, could today's 493 account for the 49 pair?

Opposite of LDR 3 is LDR 8

08,17,26,35,44,99

Last nite 623

We still need root sum 4,5,or 8 with a 4,5,or 8 in the combo.

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outstanding, I will look for that one as well.

Grass - my father-in-law's name is Tom, but John Young could very well have been the guy to lose the city!

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New digits out of the Ohio nite draw, 4-5-8.

4-5-8

9-0-3

49-45-43  3-9-7

50-58-89  5-3-7

83-03-09  1-3-9

LDR 3= 49,58,03 one of these pairs hits within 7 days.

Since 4-5-8 were out as of last nights draw, could today's 493 account for the 49 pair?

Opposite of LDR 3 is LDR 8

08,17,26,35,44,99

Last nite 623

We still need root sum 4,5,or 8 with a 4,5,or 8 in the combo.

Nice grasp..

Awareness of this put you in-line with the next discovery/pattern.

I feel we're close

to a numerical undertow

revelation.

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What does LDR stand for ?

The last digit of a sum

Say 18 is the sum 8 is the LDR

ok ty

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BA

I think we are well on the way to an unbelievable discovery.

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