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Fibonacci System Vs Computer-California Testing

Topic closed. 6 replies. Last post 11 years ago by Winner1313.

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Posted: May 27, 2006, 4:09 pm - IP Logged

California is a computerized state...

If I treated CA as a non-computerized state these would be the pairs for tomorrow...May 28

 

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Pairs "80" and "97" are hot pairs.... 

To adjust for possible computer influence on the pairs...the list gets not much longer--surprising even me...

 

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29 Pairs instead of  25...I'd like to see if it makes a difference over time...

No matter the computerization I can guarantee that at least 1 of the winning numbers for California will be captured in the pairs above. 

$$$

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    Posted: May 27, 2006, 4:15 pm - IP Logged

     

     Hmm. Interesting...

     

    Thinking of....

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      Posted: May 27, 2006, 5:58 pm - IP Logged

      You are covering just over 45% of the numbers, and if you are calling for Midday and Evening, I would bet that you will indeed get a hit tomorrow in California. 

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        Posted: May 28, 2006, 6:05 pm - IP Logged

        May 28 California                      1-5-7..

        So far the computerized state doesn't seem to make a difference..157 is comprised of the pairs 15, 57 and 17.

        "75" is in the list.

        $$$

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          Posted: May 29, 2006, 5:21 pm - IP Logged

          Fibonacci

          I am a new member, and want to learn your Fibonacci system.

          Is there a link at lottery post that explain your system in detail? if so please post.

          Can you at the very least tell me how to find the Fibonacci  pairs for Texas pick 3 nite?

          am Fibonacci familiar with Fibonacci numbers and the sequence.

          But at a loss on how to calculate the 25 pairs you talk somuch aboout.

          Will Appreciate Your Kind Help and Understanding. 

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            Posted: May 29, 2006, 5:43 pm - IP Logged

            One simple way is to take 10 of the last 20 or 30 draws (skip or use random numbers). 

            Each number is made up of 3 pairs.

            Example 473 is made up of 47, 73 and 43 pairs. in general a 3 digit number ABC includes pairs AB, BC and AC.

            10 draws (10 three-digit numbers) will give you 30 pairs.

            Box them all. Iow if you have 35 and 53 eliminate one. Eliminate all duplicates...IOW if you have 73 and 37..the pairs you are left with will be the only possible pairs in the upcoming games (80-90% accuracy)

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              Posted: May 29, 2006, 7:59 pm - IP Logged

              Fibonacci

              Thanks for the info.

              Let me repeat to make sure I understand what you are saying.

              1. Take 10 draws at Random, from a list of 20 to 30 recent draws. Correct?

              2. Next convert or split the 10 chossen draws to 30 pairs. Correct?

              3. Next eliminate all boxed duplicate pairs, examples if you have 23, 32, and 37, 73 you eliminate one. Leaving say 23 and 37, eliminateing the duplicates 32, 73----Correct?

              4. The Pairs you are left with, will be around 80 to 90 %, in the upcomming games. Correct?

              Now Where Is The Fibonacci Secquence in all of this?????

              Thanks for your reply.