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# Dsum Method For Pick For

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Blundering Time Traveler

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PLEASE READ THIS THOROUGHLY TO UNDERSTAND DSUM. ITS QUITE SIMPLE. THE DSUM FORMULA WILL BE AT THE END OF THIS POST OR IN THE IMMEDIATE NEXT POST. I APOLOGIZE BEFORE HAND IF THE CODE DOESN'T TRANSFER PROPERLY AND COME OUT STRIGHT.

THE DSUM PICK 4 IS JUST LIKE DSUM FOR THE PICK 3

THE WINNING DRAW WILL ALWAYS BE FOUND IN THE RESULTS. THE TRICK IS TO NARROW DOWN THE RESULTS TO EXTRACT THE WINNING NUMBER.

DSUM IS ADAPTABLE TO WORK WITH ANY TECHNIQUE ONE LIKE TO USE TO GET POSSIBLE NUMBERS.

THE CODE IS:

1. D=DOWN - YOU ONLY EVER GO DOWN 1 DIGIT ON THE LAST DRAW

2. S=SAME - YOU KEEP THE SAME DIGIT. DON'T CHANGE IT

3. U=UP - YOU ONLY EVER GO UP 1 DIGIT

4. M=MIRROR - YOU TAKE THE MIRROR OF THE DIGIT

RULES

1. TAKE THE NUMBER FROM THE LAST DRAW AND

PLUG IT INTO THE CODE. YOU WILL PLUG IT INTO

THE THE FOLLOWING "D", "S", "U" AND "M"

SECTIONS. YOU HAVE 4 NUMBERS IN PICK 4. SO, YOU

FOLLOW THE POSITION OF EACH NUMBER MATCH IT

TO ITS POSITION IN THE CODE. THERE ARE 64 CODE

ARRANGEMENTS IN EACH DSUM SECTION. WHEN YOU

HAVE PLUGGED IN ALL THE NUMBERS IN YOU WILL

HAVE A STRING OR ROW OF NUMBERS GOING LEFT

TO RIGHT. IF YOU WANT TO ARRANGE IT BY

COLUMNS GOING FROM TOP TO BOTTOM ITS UP TO

YOU. 64 CODE ARRANGEMENTS IN EACH

SECTION TIMES 4 SECTIONS EQUALS 256 NUMBERS.

YOU WILL HAVE 256 PERMUTATED BASE NUMBERS OR

JUST SIMPLY CALL THEM BASE NUMBERS.

YOU HAVE FINSHED DSUMMING.

2. NOW YOU TAKE EACH NUMBER THAT YOU

PERMUTATED OR DSUMMED, AND DO AN

ASCENDING WRAPDOWN FOR EACH NUMBER.

EXAMPLE IS :

2769

3870

4981

5092

6103

7214

8325

9436

0547

1658

THIS IS WHERE YOU STOP - AT THE TENTH PLACE-

JUST BEFORE THE NUMBERS WRAPS BACK INTO

ITSELF.

YOU DO THIS FOR EACH NUMBER. AT THE END, THERE

WILL 256 WRAPDOWNS.

WHEN ALL OF THIS IS DONE AND IF YOU WERE TO

HAVE EACH SECTION SIDE BY SIDE,AND NOT ONE

UNDER THE OTHERYOU WOULD HAVE 256 COLUMNS

GOING FROM LEFT TO RIGHT ONE AFTER THE OTHER,

AND 10 STRINGS OR ROWS GOING FROM TOP TO

BOTTOM(OF COURSE THIS WILL CHANGE IF YOU

ARRANGE IT DIFFERENTLY). YOU WILL HAVE ONLY

2,560 NUMBERS OUT OF 9,999

3. THERE ARE TWO WAYS TO GO ABOUT FINDING

PATTERNS IF ANY IN ORDER TO FIND THE WINNING

NUMBER. PICK A OR B

A) LEAVE ALL NUMBERS INTACT. THAT WILL BE 256

TIMES 10 = 2,560. AGAIN THERE ARE 10 ROWS

HAVING 256 NUMBERS EACH. LOOK FOR A PATTERN

IN THE NUMBER SCHEME. YOU CAN USE OTHER

TECHNIQUES TO HELP IDENTIFY A PATTERN. ALL YOU

DO IS PLAY 1 ONLY 1 ROW. 1 ROW, NOT ALL. ONE OF

THESE TEN ROWS THAT EACH HAVE 256 NUMBERS

HAS THE WINNING NUMBER. IT MAY HAVE IT BOX,

STRAIGHT OR BOTH. OFTEN THE WINNING NUMBER

APPEARS MULTIPLE TIMES IN DIFFERENT ROWS.

B)THE SECOND WAY IS QUITE DIFFERENT. YOU HAVE

256 COLUMNS. IN THIS TECHNIQUE YOU ELIMINATE

DUPLICATE COLUMS. THERE WILL BE MULTIPLE

DUPLICATE COLUMNS YOU WILL SEE THE

DUPLICATES AS BOXES OR STRAIGHT. AFTER

ELIMINATION YOU ARE LEFT WITH A NUMBER OF

COLUMNS. THE WINNING NUMBER IS ALWAYS IN ONE

OF THE COLUMNS. I THINK YOU WILL BE LEFT WITH

84 COLUMNS. YOU PICK ONLY 1, NOT ALL - ONE OF

THOSE COLUMNS. IF YOU WANT TO PICK MORE ITS

UP TO YOU. AGAIN IN THIS TECHNIQUE, YOU PICK

THE COLUMN, AND NOT THE ROW.

____________________________________________

THAT ALL THERE IS TO DSUM. I AM STILL TRYING TO

ABSTRACT ALL IT SECRETS. THE WINNING NUMBER IS

ALWAYS THERE. ALWAYS. THE WINNING NUMBER IS A

PRODUCT OF THE LAST DRAW. ALWAYS. DSUM OR

PERMUTATION IS POWERFUL BECAUSE WHEN YOU DO

A WRAPDOWN OF THE LAST DRAW, THE WINNING

NUMBER IS ALWAYS A DSUM PERMUTATION OF THE

LAST DRAW.

DO A QUICK TEST FOR YOURSELF. TAKE THE LAST

DRAW, AND DO A WRAPDOWN. WAIT FOR THE NEXT

DRAW'S WINNING NUMBER. THE WINNING NUMBER

IS ALWAYS DSUM COMPATIBLE WITH THE LAST

DRAW'S RUNDOWN.

EXAMPLE FOR QUICK TEST:

IF THE LAST DRAW IS 2769, WRAP IT DOWN.

1.  2769

2.  3870

3.  4981

4.  5092

5.  6103

6.  7214

7.  8325

8.  9436

9.  0547

10.1658

SUPPOSE THE WINNING NUMBER IS 2703. IF YOU

LOOK AT THE WRAP ABOVE 2703 WAS DSUMMED

FROM  10) 1658, FROM 7)8325,  FROM 6)7214,

OR FROM 5) 6103,  OR 2)3870.

IF YOU WERE TO DO A FULL DSUM OF 2703, YOU

WOULD FIND THESE VALUES IN THEIR

CORRESPONDING ROWS.

NOW TO BE CLEAR I TRY TO REDUCE MY NUMBERS

USING DIFFERENT METHODS. YOU HAVE TO FIND A

WAY. I'M WORKING ON A FEW TEST NOW, TO FIND

THE POINTER TO THE CORRECT ROW OR COLUMN. AT

LEAST DSUM REDUCES THE NUMBERS. EVER SINCE I

REALIZED THAT THE WINNING NUMBER WAS AN

EXPRESSION I HAVE BEEN TRYING TO FIND THE

PATTERN OR POINTER TO LEAD ME IN THE RIGHT

DIRECTION TO PICK JUST A FEW NUMBERS

ALSO DSUM DOES NOT GIVE YOU ALL PICK 4 COMBOS.

THE COMBOS ARE SPECIFIC TO THE LAST DRAW.

LASTLY, YES I DID MENTION THAT THE WINNING

NUMBER IS ALWAYS FOUND IN THE NEXT DRAW. THE

ONLY RARE THING THAT COULD CHANGE RESULTS

ARE THE MAGICAL QUADRUPLES OR FAKE

QUADRUPLES SUCH AS 8838 OR 2727. DOESN'T

AFFECT ALL THE TIME, BUT AFFECTS NEVERTHELESS.

ALSO IF A STATE HOLDS PRACTICE DRAWS BEFORE

THE ACTUAL, THAT MAY AFFECT THE OUTCOME. I

THE OUTCOME. THERE ARE ALSO ANOMOLIES. TAKE

QUEBEC'S PICK 3 AND 4. SOMETIMES SOME OF THE

RESULTS DEFY PROBABILITY. SOME SAY THAT THERE

MAY BE SOMETHING FISHING GOING ON - I DON'T KNOW.

WELL I HOPE I HAVE BEEN VERY CLEAR. TO DSUM,

YOU GO FROM DRAW TO DRAW. EVENING TO MIDDAY TO EVENING...

DSUM PICK 4

THE "D" SECTION

1.DDDD      2.DDDS      3.DDDU      4.DDDM

5.DDSD      6.DDSS      7.DDSU      8.DDSM

9.DDUD     10.DDUS    11.DDUU     12.DDUM

13.DDMD    14.DDMS    15.DDMU    16.DDMM

17.DSDD     18.DSDS     19.DSDU     20.DSDM

21.DSSD      22.DSSS      23.DSSU     24.DSSM

25.DSUD     26.DSUS     27.DSUU      28.DSUM

29.DSMD     30.DSMS      31.DSMU     32.DSMM

33.DUDD    34.DUDS     35.DUDU     36.DUDM

37.DUSD    38.DUSS      39.DUSU     40.DUSM

41.DUUD    42.DUUS     43.DUUU    44.DUUM

45.DUMD     46.DUMS     47.DUMU    48.DUMM

49.DMDD     50.DMDS      51.DMDU    52.DMDM

53.DMSD     54.DMSS      55.DMSU      56.DMSM

57.DMUD     58.DMUS    59.DMUU     60.DMUM

61.DMMD     62.DMMS     63.DMMU     64.DMMM

THE "S" SECTION

1.SDDD        2.SDDS        3.SDDU      4.SDDM

5.SDSD        6.SDSS       7.SDSU      8.SDSM

9.SDUD       10.SDUS      11.SDUU     12.SDUM

13.SDMD      14.SDMS      15.SDMU     16.SDMM

17.SSDD       18.SSDS      19.SSDU      20.SSDM

21.SSSD       22.SSSS       23.SSSU      24.SSSM

25.SSUD       26.SSUS       27.SSUU      28.SSUM

29.SSMD       30.SSMS      31.SSMU      32.SSMM

33.SUDD       34.SUDS      35.SUDU      36.SUDM

37.SUSD       38.SUSS      39.SUSU      40.SUSM

41.SUUD       42.SUUS      43.SUUU      44.SUUM

45.SUMD       46.SUMS      47.SUMU     48.SUMM

49.SMDD       50.SMDS      51.DMDU     52.DMDM

53.SMSD        54.SMSS      55.SMSU      56.SMSM

57.SMUD       58.SMUS     59.SMUU      60.SMUM

61.SMMD      62.SMMS     63.SMMU     64.SMMM

THE "U" SECTION

1.UDDD        2.UDDS       3.UDDU      4.UDDM

5.UDSD        6.UDSS        7.UDSU      8.UDSM

9.UDUD      10.UDUS     11.UDUU    12.UDUM

13.UDMD     14.UDMS     15.UDMU    16.UDMM

17.USDD      18.USDS      19.USDU      20.USDM

21.USSD      22.USSS       23.USSU      24.USSM

25.USUD      26.USUS      27.USUU      28.USUM

29.USMD      30.USMS       31.USMU      32.USMM

33.UUDD     34.UUDS      35.UUDU     36.UUDM

37.UUSD     38.UUSS        39.UUSU      40.UUSM

41.UUUD     42.UUUS       43.UUUU      44.UUUM

45.UUMD      46.UUMS       47.UUMU     48.UUMM

49.UMDD     50.UMDS      51.UMDU     52.UMDM

53.UMSD      54.UMSS       55.UMSU      56.UMSM

57.UMUD     58.UMUS      59.UMUU      60.UMUM

61.UMMD     62.UMMS      63.UMMU    64.UMMM

THE "M" SECTION

1.MDDD       2.MDDS       3.MDDU   4.MDDM

5.MDSD      6.MDSS       7.MDSU    8.MDSM

9.MDUD     10.MDUS     11.MDUU  12.MDUM

13.MDMD     14.MDMS      15.MDMU  16.MDMM

17.MSDD     18.MSDS      19.MSDU    20.MSDM

21.MSSD      22.MSSS        23.MSSU    24.MSSM

25.MSUD      26.MSUS      27.MSUU    28.MSUM

29.MSMD    30.MSMS       31.MSMU    32.MSMM

33.MUDD     34.MUDS      35.MUDU    36.MUDM

37.MUSD    38.MUSS      39.MUSU    40.MUSM

41.MUUD    42.MUUS      43.MUUU    44.MUUM

45.MUMD    46.MUMS      47.MUMU    48.MUMM

49.MMDD    50.MMDS      51.MMDU    52.MMDM

53.MMSD    54.MMSS      55.MMSU     56.MMSM

57.MMUD    58.MMUS      59.MMUU    60.MMUM

61.MMMD    62.MMMS     63.MMMU    64.MMMM

Blundering Time Traveler

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In rule 2 of the first post I wrote that there was 2,056 numbers out of 9999. That info is false. Had a brain fart for a moment there.

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Good deal. Will have to check this one out as well.

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It would be nice if Paurths would do this like the pick 3.  Please.  Please.

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Oh Tenaj, I am with you.

Paurths I would really appreciate it if you would program the DSUM pick 4. I am not only asking for me, but on behalf of everyone who is deeply sincere about getting wins more consistently.

Thanks Paurths.

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Got to be a better way

of picking,I would be

picking harder than Manuel

does his guitar

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Got to be a better way

of picking,I would be

picking harder than Manuel

does his guitar

Funny BlackApple.

I trust that the DSUM won't stop there. Its just a new method process, that will probably be more refined.

Thanks for the laugh though

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Got to be a better way

of picking,I would be

picking harder than Manuel

does his guitar

Funny BlackApple.

I trust that the DSUM won't stop there. Its just a new method process, that will probably be more refined.

Thanks for the laugh though

Ahhhhhhhh Blackapple, but if you remember the show "Hee Haw" they were pickin' & a grinnin'. Because they were happy with the tune they were playing on those banjos. I want to be pickin' the right #'s & grinnin' all the way to the money window. !\$!\$

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We will,they'll be calling us

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I had to fix two DSUM Codes from fist post.  Formula is good to go. #51 and #52 in the "S" section were off.

DSUM PICK 4

THE "D" SECTION

1.DDDD      2.DDDS      3.DDDU      4.DDDM

5.DDSD      6.DDSS      7.DDSU        8.DDSM

9.DDUD     10.DDUS    11.DDUU     12.DDUM

13.DDMD    14.DDMS    15.DDMU    16.DDMM

17.DSDD     18.DSDS     19.DSDU     20.DSDM

21.DSSD      22.DSSS     23.DSSU      24.DSSM

25.DSUD     26.DSUS      27.DSUU     28.DSUM

29.DSMD     30.DSMS      31.DSMU    32.DSMM

33.DUDD    34.DUDS     35.DUDU     36.DUDM

37.DUSD    38.DUSS      39.DUSU     40.DUSM

41.DUUD    42.DUUS     43.DUUU    44.DUUM

45.DUMD     46.DUMS     47.DUMU    48.DUMM

49.DMDD     50.DMDS      51.DMDU    52.DMDM

53.DMSD     54.DMSS      55.DMSU      56.DMSM

57.DMUD     58.DMUS    59.DMUU     60.DMUM

61.DMMD     62.DMMS     63.DMMU     64.DMMM

THE "S" SECTION

1.SDDD        2.SDDS        3.SDDU      4.SDDM

5.SDSD        6.SDSS        7.SDSU        8.SDSM

9.SDUD       10.SDUS      11.SDUU     12.SDUM

13.SDMD      14.SDMS      15.SDMU    16.SDMM

17.SSDD       18.SSDS      19.SSDU      20.SSDM

21.SSSD       22.SSSS       23.SSSU      24.SSSM

25.SSUD       26.SSUS       27.SSUU      28.SSUM

29.SSMD       30.SSMS      31.SSMU      32.SSMM

33.SUDD       34.SUDS      35.SUDU      36.SUDM

37.SUSD       38.SUSS      39.SUSU      40.SUSM

41.SUUD       42.SUUS      43.SUUU      44.SUUM

45.SUMD       46.SUMS      47.SUMU     48.SUMM

49.SMDD       50.SMDS      51.SMDU     52.SMDM

53.SMSD        54.SMSS      55.SMSU      56.SMSM

57.SMUD       58.SMUS     59.SMUU      60.SMUM

61.SMMD      62.SMMS     63.SMMU     64.SMMM

THE "U" SECTION

1.UDDD        2.UDDS       3.UDDU      4.UDDM

5.UDSD        6.UDSS        7.UDSU      8.UDSM

9.UDUD      10.UDUS     11.UDUU    12.UDUM

13.UDMD     14.UDMS     15.UDMU    16.UDMM

17.USDD      18.USDS      19.USDU      20.USDM

21.USSD      22.USSS       23.USSU      24.USSM

25.USUD      26.USUS      27.USUU      28.USUM

29.USMD      30.USMS       31.USMU      32.USMM

33.UUDD     34.UUDS      35.UUDU      36.UUDM

37.UUSD     38.UUSS        39.UUSU      40.UUSM

41.UUUD     42.UUUS       43.UUUU      44.UUUM

45.UUMD      46.UUMS       47.UUMU     48.UUMM

49.UMDD     50.UMDS       51.UMDU     52.UMDM

53.UMSD      54.UMSS       55.UMSU      56.UMSM

57.UMUD     58.UMUS      59.UMUU      60.UMUM

61.UMMD     62.UMMS      63.UMMU    64.UMMM

THE "M" SECTION

1.MDDD       2.MDDS       3.MDDU    4.MDDM

5.MDSD      6.MDSS       7.MDSU      8.MDSM

9.MDUD     10.MDUS     11.MDUU    12.MDUM

13.MDMD     14.MDMS   15.MDMU  16.MDMM

17.MSDD     18.MSDS      19.MSDU    20.MSDM

21.MSSD     22.MSSS      23.MSSU    24.MSSM

25.MSUD      26.MSUS      27.MSUU    28.MSUM

29.MSMD    30.MSMS       31.MSMU    32.MSMM

33.MUDD     34.MUDS      35.MUDU    36.MUDM

37.MUSD      38.MUSS      39.MUSU    40.MUSM

41.MUUD    42.MUUS      43.MUUU    44.MUUM

45.MUMD    46.MUMS      47.MUMU    48.MUMM

49.MMDD    50.MMDS      51.MMDU    52.MMDM

53.MMSD    54.MMSS      55.MMSU     56.MMSM

57.MMUD    58.MMUS      59.MMUU    60.MMUM

61.MMMD    62.MMMS     63.MMMU    64.MMMM

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Hi Kola,

As previously mentioned on Pick 3 post...Can you please use at least one State as an example, on this post for Pick 4 and also on the Pick 3 post, which includes the  final picks.  This will help us all follow and learn together.

Many Thanks, JS.

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Hi paurths

Yes...if you could do the same, that would work great. I actually have found the Pick-3 tool to work well with an experiment I am doing.

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Hi Kola,

As previously mentioned on Pick 3 post...Can you please use at least one State as an example, on this post for Pick 4 and also on the Pick 3 post, which includes the  final picks.  This will help us all follow and learn together.

Many Thanks, JS.

Hi JS1237,

The insructions, and example of the Pick 3 DSUM workout can be seen at the following

After reviewing the post you should be able to DSUM  the Pick 4 as well. Its not really different than the Pick 3. Just plug the numbers in the formula, just as in Pick 3.

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I have been reviewing your DSUM calculations.  They lend themselves to any good spreadsheet program.  However, I am not sure what the M means.  I know that you say M stands for mirror, but I cannot get my head around it.  Using your example how would the mirror of 6 be 4.  Does it mean that if you wrote the number on a piece of paper and held it up to a mirror it would become 4?  Please explain..

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I have been reviewing your DSUM calculations.  They lend themselves to any good spreadsheet program.  However, I am not sure what the M means.  I know that you say M stands for mirror, but I cannot get my head around it.  Using your example how would the mirror of 6 be 4.  Does it mean that if you wrote the number on a piece of paper and held it up to a mirror it would become 4?  Please explain..

greenlantern,

Here are the mirrors of the digits. (similar to VTRACS, if you run across that term elsewhere on LP)

Digit          Mirror

0                  5

1                  6

2                   7

3                  8

4                  9

Basically, a mirror is created by adding "five" to the  digit. They do not change.

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