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Secrets of the 3 Digits out Method

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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

That's kinda where I got confused...he didn't place the 0-6-2 together in any pairs, or the 5-1-7.

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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?

See the Dominant 7 LDR pairs

16-34-89

This is  pair sum strenght

Still need to find a third digit

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BA

I see that, but with the example I had set forth, calabs and I weren't sure which pairs should be made with

8 9 1 OUT

3 4 6 mirrors

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BA

I see that, but with the example I had set forth, calabs and I weren't sure which pairs should be made with

8 9 1 OUT

3 4 6 mirrors

Actual digit out

Same results if you started

with the mirrors

83-49-16

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So then you have LDR of 1 3 7

There is no dominant LDR there...now would you then make the following pairs:

83-94-16

84-86-93

96-13-14

??

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IF you find a digit out post

who's out digits do'nt form

a mirror combo,try the method

I showed and tell me if one

of the pairs did'nt come

within the week.This can

be a  nice trap if the pairs stay

away long enough.

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BA

So if I find that there are 3 digits out, form pairs amongst those and check for the performance of them?

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So then you have LDR of 1 3 7

There is no dominant LDR there...now would you then make the following pairs:

83-94-16

84-86-93

96-13-14

??

Digits out 1-3-7

makes

18-12      to next pair set,take the even 8=18

63-67      go to next set,take the even 2=12

32-87      Now do the same 6,the next

set take the odd 3=63

the next set take the odd7=67

Now the 3's turn, one digit

to get even 2=32

Lastly the 8 takes the  only odd=87

*************

16-38-72      7-1-9

18-12-63 =   9-3-9

67-32-87      3-5-5

There are more 9s

So target 18,63,72 pairs

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BA - I probably asked this before in another post, but are you going mid-mid, eve-eve, or mid-eve/eve-mid (i.e. draw to draw)?

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Thanks BA....are there any current examples of 3 digits out currently in any state?

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BA - I probably asked this before in another post, but are you going mid-mid, eve-eve, or mid-eve/eve-mid (i.e. draw to draw)?

Mid-Mid --Eve-Eve

Dislike money scatter

over both drawings

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Have'nt checked but

you state had 1-2-3 digits out

 0  8  5 6, 6, 4 9, 7, 8 4, 6, 8 5, 7, 5

16-27-38      7--9--1

12-18-67 =  3--9--3

63-23-78      9--5--5

Now the 63,18,or 27

have not come yet

(7 day window) but

you see 16 & 67 were useful

today 761 came

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BA

One last question...what if, once you have the pairs together that you have LDRs that are equal, i.e., if you had this:

3---5---7

4---5---4

6---5---6

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BA:

SC digits out as of last night for the midday drawing:

3 8 9

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