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China Method 6/15 Midday

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Posted: June 15, 2006, 12:31 am - IP Logged

China Method 6/15 Midday
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See my Blog to understand this better.
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I think we are about ready to start betting!  I am going to give you the 10-digit number, a history of the short database that I have, my suggestions on how to play it, and the actual combos that relate to my suggestions.
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Georgia
45798-62310
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A1-B2 = 1  A2-B1 = 4  A0-B3 = 0  A3-B0 = 2
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High = 6 (last 2 were high) (3 were all high)
Low  = 1
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Odd  =  3  (none were all odd)
Even =  4  (none were all even)
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You can look for trends or you can try to balance every thing.  By that I mean that over time the Odds and Evens will equal the same and the Highs and Lows will equal the same. 
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For right now, I am going to use the balance method for all the draws.
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So, for Georgia Midday I suggest A1-B2, Low. Odd.
This produces:
410 421 423 430 461 463 500 511 520 522 531 533 700 711 720 722 731 733 810 821 823 830 900 911 920 922 931 933
(28 numbers)
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Michigan
79235-81640
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A1-B2 = 5  A2-B1 = 1  A0-B3 = 1  A3-B0 = 1
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High = 3 (1 was all high)
Low = 5 (none were all low)
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Odd  = 2 (both were pure odd)
Even = 6 (1 was pure even)
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For Michigan Midday I suggest A2-B1, High, Odd.  This produces:
155 175 177 179 195 199 625 672 692 825 872 892
(12 numbers)
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Ohio
65093-14728
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A1-B2 = 3  A2-B1 = 3  A0-B3 = 1  A3-B0 = 0
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High = 6 (none were all high)
Low  = 1
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Odd  = 4 (1 of those was pure odd)
Even = 3 (none were pure even)
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For Ohio Midday I suggest A2-B1 (although the count is even I have found that most of the time when the distribution changes then you should stick with the new distribution.  In this case it is A2-B1.  Low, and Even.
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This produces:
155 159 166 199 265 269 465 469 753 755 759 760 766 793 799 809 850 863 865 869
(20 numbers)
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South Carolina
68372-49510
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A1-B2 = 1  A2-B1 = 4  A0-B3 = 2  A3-B0 = 0
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High = 2 (one of those was all high)
Low  = 5 (1 of those was all low)
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Odd  = 3 (2 of those were pure odd)
Even = 4 (2 of those were pure even)
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For South Carolina Midday I suggest:
A1-B2  High  Odd
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This produces:
355 395 399 645 649 650 690 751 755 791 795 799 845 849 850 890
(16 numbers)
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As always, I do not promise anything or give any guarantees.  I am not responsible for any errors.  I do wish you luck.

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    Posted: June 15, 2006, 12:42 am - IP Logged

    One other stat that you might be interested in is doubles.
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    Georgia = 7 draws  2 doubles
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    Michigan = 8 draws  2 doubles
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    Ohio  = 7 draws  1 double (4 draws back)
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    South Carolina = 8 draws  4 doubles
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    I am not suggesting how to use that information, I just thought you should know about the doubles.

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      Posted: June 15, 2006, 4:34 pm - IP Logged

      Results (in RED)

      Georgia = 214 
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      5798-62310
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      A1-B2 = 1  A2-B1 = 4  A0-B3 = 0  A3-B0 = 2
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      High = 6 (last 2 were high) (3 were all high)
      Low  = 1
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      Odd  =  3  (none were all odd)
      Even =  4  (none were all even)
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      You can look for trends or you can try to balance every thing.  By that I mean that over time the Odds and Evens will equal the same and the Highs and Lows will equal the same. 
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      For right now, I am going to use the balance method for all the draws.
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      So, for Georgia Midday I suggest A1-B2, Low. OddA Box Win!
      This produces:
      410 421 423 430 461 463 500 511 520 522 531 533 700 711 720 722 731 733 810 821 823 830 900 911 920 922 931 933
      (28 numbers)
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      Michigan = 449
      79235-81640
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      A1-B2 = 5  A2-B1 = 1  A0-B3 = 1  A3-B0 = 1
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      High = 3 (1 was all high)
      Low = 5 (none were all low)
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      Odd  = 2 (both were pure odd)
      Even = 6 (1 was pure even)
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      For Michigan Midday I suggest A2-B1, High, Odd.  This produces:
      155 175 177 179 195 199 625 672 692 825 872 892
      (12 numbers)
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      Ohio = 610
      6
      5093-14728
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      A1-B2 = 3  A2-B1 = 3  A0-B3 = 1  A3-B0 = 0
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      High = 6 (none were all high)
      Low  = 1
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      Odd  = 4 (1 of those was pure odd)
      Even = 3 (none were pure even)
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      For Ohio Midday I suggest A2-B1 (although the count is even I have found that most of the time when the distribution changes then you should stick with the new distribution.  In this case it is A2-B1Low, and Even.
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      This produces:
      155 159 166 199 265 269 465 469 753 755 759 760 766 793 799 809 850 863 865 869
      (20 numbers)
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      South Carolina = 623
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      8372-49510
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      A1-B2 = 1  A2-B1 = 4  A0-B3 = 2  A3-B0 = 0
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      High = 2 (one of those was all high)
      Low  = 5 (1 of those was all low)
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      Odd  = 3 (2 of those were pure odd)
      Even = 4 (2 of those were pure even)
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      For South Carolina Midday I suggest:
      A1-B2  High  Odd
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      This produces:
      355 395 399 645 649 650 690 751 755 791 795 799 845 849 850 890
      (16 numbers)

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        Posted: June 15, 2006, 4:39 pm - IP Logged

        wtg CD, wonderful work!!Hurray!

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          Posted: June 15, 2006, 4:52 pm - IP Logged

          Thank you, AGF310.  It will get better over time.  With only about 8 draws for each state in the database, it is still too early to get a trend. 

           

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            Posted: June 15, 2006, 4:56 pm - IP Logged

            If you had played all 4 states @ 25 cents box:

            There were a total of 76 numbers X 25 cents = $19.00.  The box paid $37.50 for a profit of $18.50.

            When you look at it that way (instead of thinking of only 1 win out of 4), it isn't so bad!!