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0078 0177 0179 0357 0377 0447 0557 1178 1347 1457 3347

Something different I am trying with TN midday today..  Running these at store..

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    0078 0177 0179 0357 0377 0447 0557 1178 1347 1457 3347

    Something different I am trying with TN midday today..  Running these at store..

    Darn.missed by one number...

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      0078 0177 0179 0357 0377 0447 0557 1178 1347 1457 3347

      Something different I am trying with TN midday today..  Running these at store..

      Darn.missed by one number...

      That happens to me a lot of times. lol
      Back to the drawing board for more test.

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        5706 in Mass. you missed by one here also.

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          I'm not sure if this has been discussed, or if it's been tried before.  But a lot hits have been missed by one number.  Has anyone taken the numbers generated by Emma (1.0 or 1.1), taking a look at the most common pairs (3 number), and taking those numbers and adding 0-9.  So let's say the combo 950 comes out frequently in the workout.....just add 0-9 to that number.  What do you think?

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            I've noticed that too for VA. I pu the numbers in excell and +1 or 2 . It usually is in the 1st or 2nd position. i still have come up with a reliable way of when to add or not.

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              I'm not sure if this has been discussed, or if it's been tried before.  But a lot hits have been missed by one number.  Has anyone taken the numbers generated by Emma (1.0 or 1.1), taking a look at the most common pairs (3 number), and taking those numbers and adding 0-9.  So let's say the combo 950 comes out frequently in the workout.....just add 0-9 to that number.  What do you think?

              OK, here's an example of what I'm talking about.  Midday NJ.  Here are sfilippo's number from his other thread (YIKES!).

              New Jersey

              8024 - 8362 - 1908 - 8526 - 2862 - 8625 - 2581 - 5818 - 1880 - 8802 - 0242 - 2428

              4698 - 6038 - 3609 - 4226 - 8602 - 0388 - 9518

               

              Breaking down the numbers into pairs you come up with this:

              8028 8026 8028

              0224 8224 6224

              1880 2880 3880

              8526 8625 8521

              5188 5189

              8362 8360

              4698

              3609

              Now look for patterns.. there are several groups of three, and there are groups of 2 which also are common with other groups (see the numbers in red).  now today's midday number in NJ was 5183.  the numbers in red are almost there......There has got to be a way to narrow these down and work with the missing number.  Perhaps, we can eliminate the single numbers like 3609?  May require some backtesting, but this example worked.

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                For Tonight, let's test these.

                 

                3679, 3671, 4679, 4673, 4671, 8679, 8673, 8671, 9673, 9671
                3673, 3676, 4676, 8676, 9679, 9676

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                  What would you say the predominant configurations are for NJ? Doubles? Singles? If that's the case, then I would pare down to doubles to see if you could nail them at a lower cost point.

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                    What would you say the predominant configurations are for NJ? Doubles? Singles? If that's the case, then I would pare down to doubles to see if you could nail them at a lower cost point.

                    cps10 - I haven't taken it any further than what I posted here, so not really sure....still looking for the vtracs 1123 1223 1233 for tonight.  But my example above will hopefully provide some insight to what could "possibly" be done in dealing with the "Missed it by one number" syndrome!!!   Smile 





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                      I keep having that problem...you look at a lot of numbers and go "DOH!" Bang Head

                       

                      But in the end, it all works out!

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                        Sorry for the haste of the last post.  The list should look like this:

                        OK, here's an example of what I'm talking about.  Midday NJ.  Here are sfilippo's number from his other thread (YIKES!).

                        New Jersey

                        8024 - 8362 - 1908 - 8526 - 2862 - 8625 - 2581 - 5818 - 1880 - 8802 - 0242 - 2428

                        4698 - 6038 - 3609 - 4226 - 8602 - 0388 - 9518

                         

                        Breaking down the numbers into pairs you come up with this:

                        8024 8026 8028

                        0224 8224 6224 (6228)

                        1880 2880 3880

                        8526 8625 8521

                        5188 5189 (1890)

                        8362 8360

                        4698

                        3609

                        Hopefully this will help!

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                          That will be pretty cool if one of these hits!

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                            can shawn explain in detail how to use the circles? thanks