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# Fibonacci System...Testing Connecticut

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Supposed I tell you to look for the CT numbers (Midday and evening) in this list. This list of10 numbers wil determine both midday and Evening CT numbers...Which pairs of numbers would appeal to you? Think carefully and then compare to the results coming up today...

 4 9 3 7 3 7 0 6 2 3 6 2 1 1 5 8 0 0 2 3 9 6 9 1 5 8 8 0 8 5 7 9 7 4 4 5 6 2 1 4

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 Posted: May 26, 2006, 12:35 pm - IP Logged

Hints:

1. Don't your eyes immediately fall on the doubles...?

2. Aren't you immediately drawn to the 37 pair because it is in the front and back...Don't you see the 62 front and back too? 58 and 58?

3. If you are quick wouldn't you notice that 3706 and 6214 are close (1 up 1 down)--kind of shift (a la amilby)?

4. You see 99 and 44 and you know they are mirrors...don't you think a 9 or 4 will show up?

If any of these came to your mind...you are on the right track...the results will include some combination of the above 1-4.

5. Don't forget that in pick 4 you have 8 pairs...(not just frony and back)--later for that

IOW..CT will likely have

I. a 9 or 4 are probable key numbers in the numbers both midday and evening

II. The pairs 58, 62 and 37 are warm pairs!!!!

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im feeling top row my final iz /,//,/,//, drum roll  lol  4837

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 Posted: May 26, 2006, 3:25 pm - IP Logged

MomDuke i posted this at 12:26. Connecticut Midday is played at approx 2:pm.

here is the result

 Date Mid-Day3Drawn at:1:57pm Mid-Day4Drawn at:1:57pm Play3Drawn at:10:29pm Play4Drawn at:10:29pm Cash5Drawn at:10:29pm Classic LottoDrawn at:10:38pm PowerballDrawn at:10:59pm 05/26/2006 0-3-0 5-6-8-6

Notice I mentioned2 warm pairs..58 and 62... If someone had played all the possible numbers boxed with these pairs..it would have costs about \$43...(at 50c) and grossed \$\$200 .(a double).

Watch for tonight same thing...

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 Posted: May 26, 2006, 4:15 pm - IP Logged

IMO, combining 2 pairs is probably the best and most inexpensive way of playing the Pick-4.

"5. Don't forget that in pick 4 you have 8 pairs...(not just frony and back)--later for that"

There are 6 pairs (not 8) in Pick-4 combinations like 3706. (24-way boxes)

37 and 06

30 and 76

36 and 70

In double combos like 1123 (12-way boxes) there are 4 pairs.

11 and 23

12 and 13

Triples have 2 pairs and double doubles have 3. If you're counting how many times a pair hits over a period of time, you could consider the 12 and 13 as hitting twice.

On average (based on three 12-way boxes and three 24-way boxes), you should expect to see 30 pairs on any given 6 consectutive draws. Last week's Ohio Evening Pick-4 draws as an example:

Mon. 5/15: 6173 (61-73) (67-13) (63-17)

Tues. 5/16: 7862 (78-62) (76-82) (72-86)

Wed. 5/17: 7822 (78-22) (72-82)

Thur. 5/18: 5924 (59-24) ( 52-94) (54-92)

Fri. 5/19: 5039 (50-39) (53-09) (59-03)

Sat. 5/20: 4174 (41-74) (44-17)

5 of those pairs fell twice for a total of 27 different pairs. Will 2 or more of these pairs combine the following week?

Mon. 5/22:  8294 (28 from Tues and Wed) (49 from Thurs)

Tues. 5/23:  5734 (37 from Mon) (45 from Thurs)

Wed. 5/24:  1526 (16 from Mon) (25 from Thurs)

Thur. 5/25:  2854 (82 from Tues and Wed) (45 from Thurs)

Sounds easy, eh?

However unless you want to wheel all 702 possible combinations, a way to predict which pairs will repeat and combine is needed.

Any suggestions on finding 2 or 3 key pairs?

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 Posted: May 26, 2006, 6:03 pm - IP Logged

Stack thanks. Did I say 8 pairs? Sorry.  A 4-digit digit number has 6 pairs:

ABCD

the pairs are

AB, BC, CD, AC, AD, BD

Thanks....

I agree with your observation about optimzing pairs for box hits in p4.

By careful tracking of pairs every week or so I have a pair or 2 that are just screaming hot and i play the full slate...

The thing is the average person thinks that if you only have 2 of the 4 digits you have to play 100 numbers to get a sure hit. Not true!

You only have to play approx 43 numbers, ... ie \$21.50 for at least a \$100 guaranteed..If doubles come you earn more etc...

This has never failed me...

Today based on my connecticut analysis i was pretty sure that 58 or 62 were coming..I called a friend and asked to play the 85 numbers (\$42.50)...to capture all the possibles if 58 or 62 came...

Since a double came she collected her  \$208 for playing 50 cents on each number.

When I am sure a double is due and I have a hot pair it gets even easier

If you have a hot pair say 72 and doubles are due...you onlyhave 20 numbers to play for a sure hit!!

722x and 727x where x is digits (0...9 )

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 Posted: May 26, 2006, 6:40 pm - IP Logged

28 is the hot pair in last 10 Ohio evening draws so I'll box 5862 for 3 bucks tonight.

Stack

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