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Secrets of the 3 Digits out Method

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Posted: April 5, 2006, 12:22 am - IP Logged

Basically Ohio nite

 19--46-or 28 pair will certainly hit

I would hope that Clipper's

list provides the answer


416  467 918 496 
436  456 916  298
218  287       
491  238  285               
291 

    467-436-238-298

We shall see

 

416  467 918 496 
436  456 916BX

within Clipper's List

  Well that pair came through

  Still watching for other root sums 

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    Posted: April 5, 2006, 12:26 am - IP Logged

    That's right...so therefore you would play 83-01-56 for your pairs.

    The most LDR sums, were# 1

    83=11

    01=1

    56=11

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      That's right...so therefore you would play 83-01-56 for your pairs.

      what if there are only 2 missing digits in last 5 draws???

      ????

      love to nibble those micey feet.

       

                                   

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        That's right...so therefore you would play 83-01-56 for your pairs.

        why those pairs?? because the root sum 1 is predominant?? i thought it would be the last 3 pairs ...58....63..... and 18

        58=13

        63=9

        18=9

        Chef if you see some pattern

        with any of the pairs ,welcome

        to show it 

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          Posted: April 5, 2006, 2:58 am - IP Logged

          What does LDR stand for ?

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            What does LDR stand for ?

            The last digit of a sum

            Say 18 is the sum 8 is the LDR

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              Posted: April 5, 2006, 10:11 am - IP Logged

              That's right...so therefore you would play 83-01-56 for your pairs.

              what if there are only 2 missing digits in last 5 draws???

              emily

              you have to wait for 3 missing digits. That's the trigger. I will soon create a standardized set of pairs to play based on which 3 digits are missing. That will eliminate the workouts for all. Then we can backtest. How does that sound? :)

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

              Stooges

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                That's right...so therefore you would play 83-01-56 for your pairs.

                why those pairs?? because the root sum 1 is predominant?? i thought it would be the last 3 pairs ...58....63..... and 18

                tungsten

                That is what I believed to be the case, because of the predominant LDR from the Sum.

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

                Stooges

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                  Posted: April 5, 2006, 10:53 am - IP Logged

                  CPS10 I found

                  that predomin. LDR sum does

                  come,it may not be the target

                  pairs so Destiny's pair chart

                  comes into play.

                  Mich. nite* had 0-2-6 out

                      05--27--61    5---9---7

                      07--01--52=  7---1---7

                      56--21--76    1---3---3

                  LDR 7 is strong

                  07-16-52 =7

                  although there is still

                  time for the target pairs

                  43=LDR 7 hit, from 334

                  Nice filter

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                    That's right...so therefore you would play 83-01-56 for your pairs.

                    what if there are only 2 missing digits in last 5 draws???

                    emily

                    you have to wait for 3 missing digits. That's the trigger. I will soon create a standardized set of pairs to play based on which 3 digits are missing. That will eliminate the workouts for all. Then we can backtest. How does that sound? :)

                    sounds great - thanks for answer.

                    love to nibble those micey feet.

                     

                                                 

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                      Posted: April 5, 2006, 11:49 am - IP Logged

                      Created this pair workout

                      to use with Sum 11-20

                      looks fine,within Clipper's

                      list except for a few doubles

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                        Posted: April 5, 2006, 11:57 am - IP Logged

                        Okay...let's see how I do...going to a favorite state of mine: OHIO

                        Digits out: 1  4    8

                        16---49---83

                        14---18---69

                        63---43---98

                         

                        7---3---1

                        5---9---5

                        9---7---7

                        So use pairs 16-----43-----98

                         Since we achieved LDR7

                         showing(may come again)

                         Let's toy with the notion

                        The law of opposite may occur

                        LDR 7 opposite is LDR 2

                          02-11-39-48-57-66-

                          This for the nite,

                            Nite one was 619

                            Six nite left for the opposite

                            to occur

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                          is that to eliminate the duplicate 87-78?

                           

                          So that makes it:

                          1--9--3

                          5--7--5

                          7--1--1

                          So use 38--74--29?

                          You did it wrong

                          When you got to the seven

                          38--72--94

                           7 takes an even=4

                            74

                           2 takes an odd=9

                            29

                          Got it...so the pairs to be used were

                          38-74-29

                          Since they had the dominant LDR, which was 1, and today, the midday was 9-2-5, so that was a winner. Congrats!!

                          Got it...so the pairs to be used were

                          38-74-29=LDR 1  VA. midday

                          The law of opposite should

                          occur within 6 days

                            LDR 6= 06-15-24-33-79

                           

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                            That's right...so therefore you would play 83-01-56 for your pairs.

                            what if there are only 2 missing digits in last 5 draws???

                            emily

                            you have to wait for 3 missing digits. That's the trigger. I will soon create a standardized set of pairs to play based on which 3 digits are missing. That will eliminate the workouts for all. Then we can backtest. How does that sound? :)

                            Thank you cps10 - When the SS is complete, will you be sharing it with other??  Big Smile

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                              calabs, et al:

                              Here is the set of pairs to use IN BOX FORM. The reason that I saw Boxed is because if you look at 0, 2 & 6 being out, then that is the same as 0, 2 & 1 being out (because of mirrors). So if you see a pair that is for instance "52" in the chart, then that is suggesting that the 5 & 2 will show up in a number within a few draws. I will be glad to share a progression with you as well, however, I would suggest stop play on the pairs as soon as the 3 missing digits have surfaced and wait and try again when 3 more digits become missing:

                               

                              3 Digits OutPair1Pair2Pair3
                              012160752
                              013013856
                              014051469
                              017521607
                              018018356
                              019051469
                              023052378
                              024542709
                              026076152
                              028052378
                              029542709
                              034034958
                              036563801
                              037052378
                              039034958
                              046051469
                              047542709
                              048034958
                              067160752
                              068013856
                              069051469
                              078052378
                              079542709
                              089034958
                              123632718
                              124124967
                              125162570
                              128632718
                              129124967
                              134163489
                              135653810
                              137632718
                              139163489
                              145145069
                              147124967
                              148163489
                              157162570
                              158653810
                              159145069
                              178632718
                              179124967
                              189163489
                              234743829
                              235235078
                              236632718
                              239743829
                              245542709
                              246124967
                              248743829
                              256160752
                              258052378
                              259542709
                              268632718
                              269124967
                              289743829
                              345034958
                              346163489
                              347743829
                              356013856
                              357052378
                              359034958
                              367632718
                              369163489
                              379743829
                              456051469
                              457542709
                              458034958
                              467124967
                              468163489
                              478743829
                              567160752
                              568013856
                              569051469
                              578052378
                              579542709
                              589034958
                              678632718
                              679124967
                              689163489
                              789743829

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

                              Stooges

                                 
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