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# What do these numbers have in common?

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What do these pick 3 numbers have in common and how can you play them to your advantage (especially BetSlip players)? Something I noticed, so I made this the mind teaser quiz for today. A total of 70 numbers.

013 015 017 019 023 025 027 029

035 037 039 045 047 049 057 059

067 069 079 089 123 125 127 129

135 137 139 145 147 149 157 159

167 169 179 189 235 237 239 245

247 249 257 259 267 269 279 289

345 347 349 357 359 367 369 379

389 457 459 467 469 479 489 567

569 579 589 679 689 789

Good Luck

pcnut

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David Starr Jordan

S.C.'s weekly-indicative random pairs: 05, 12, 13, 16, 18, 23, 34

Enjoy

pcnut

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Hey there pcnut, what I see is that this set of #'s are the followers of each other contained in the group. Either adding 222 or subracting 222 using lottery math.

So, the group should hit continuously because what you have is one big hitting circle. This is what I see. But I do not know the strategy you would use for playing them at Betslips.

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Nope, not it. But you did use one word "group" that is tied in to this.

Keep trying.

I will add a hint to this thread with grouping you would have a 1 in 3 chance of hits. Pretty good odds.

pcnut

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David Starr Jordan

S.C.'s weekly-indicative random pairs: 05, 12, 13, 16, 18, 23, 34

Enjoy

pcnut

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They are all comone singles and they all go up by the numbers 1, 2, and 10.

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Hi ducksafloat,

True, they are all singles and they all start lowest to highest, but there is a key common factor I'm looking for.

keep trying.

pcnut

"Wisdom is knowing what to do next, skill is knowing how to do it, and virtue is doing it."

David Starr Jordan

S.C.'s weekly-indicative random pairs: 05, 12, 13, 16, 18, 23, 34

Enjoy

pcnut

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i've had my shot, and for now, um clueless, so um gonna wait and see womes up with the right answer!

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Let's see now, the #'s end in all odd #'s 3,5,7,9. &...

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Jackpot!

Here is how it goes:

There are three grouping that I consider control grouping:

Group one all numbers that end in odd, (70 numbers)

013 015 017 019 023 025 027 029 035 037 039 045 047 049 057 059 067 069 079 089 123 125 127 129 135 137 139 145 147 149 157 159 167 169 179 189 235 237 239 245 247 249 257 259 267 269 279 289 345 347 349 357 359 367 369 379 389 457 459 467 469 479 489 567 569 579 589 679 689 789

Group two all numbers that end with the even number (50 numbers)

012 014 016 018 024 026 028 034 036 038 046 048 056 058 068 078 124 126 128 134 136 138 146 148 156 158 168 178 234 236 238 246 248 256 258 268 278 346 348 356 358 368 378 456 458 468 478 568 578 678

Group three all doubles and three same digit numbers (ex. 333)

This a group that I don't play and hope it dosen't show.

Take GA Mid, If you follow the recent draws, you will notice that the odd group ( Group one) will play a few draws then its time for one or couple even group to hit (Group two)

Group one via BetSlip cost \$17.50

Group two via BetSlip cost \$ 12.50

Group Three a nonplayer (not played and you hope it does not come up in the draw)

So what I have notice is if you are watch a certain state and you notice a sequence of evens (group two) have been playing. Then its time to play group one.

This is how I get a one in three chance to hit!

Food for thought.

pcnut

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David Starr Jordan

S.C.'s weekly-indicative random pairs: 05, 12, 13, 16, 18, 23, 34

Enjoy

pcnut

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WOW, pcnut...I can see with my first answer I was way off.

That's quite an observation. & could be a potential money maker. But it's the little nuances that can be BIG BIG money makers.

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I also want to add that filtering down a "group 1 or 2" if you know a number will repeat is a benifit in cost, except 9 in group one.

pcnut

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S.C.'s weekly-indicative random pairs: 05, 12, 13, 16, 18, 23, 34

Enjoy

pcnut

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ok, Hat's off to "Maloney"  no shocker that she got the answer! not only that, those are your combo GEM\$!

question to you pcnut, um missing something, where are the doubles? can we see em'?

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Hi ducksafloat,

The doubles and same digit numbers (nonplayed numbers) are only classified as a group because it plays into the factor, if one is to get a hit in the single digit numbers. If the doubles and same digit numbers (ex. 333) were not a factor (unfortunately they are) then you would have a 1 out of 2 chance to hit instead of a 1 out of 3 chance to hit in the single digit numbers.

pcnut

"Wisdom is knowing what to do next, skill is knowing how to do it, and virtue is doing it."

David Starr Jordan

S.C.'s weekly-indicative random pairs: 05, 12, 13, 16, 18, 23, 34

Enjoy

pcnut

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I've noticed on the predictions board that Atomic Dog runs a set of #'s & hits are all over the place. Take a look at his set of #'s.

Also Jade Lottery had a set of #'s on the predictions board a while back that worked in the same manner.

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ok, Hat's off to "Maloney"  no shocker that she got the answer! not only that, those are your combo GEM\$!

question to you pcnut, um missing something, where are the doubles? can we see em'?

Thanks ducksafloat, it was a brainbuster. At first you think it's more complicated than what it truly is. But then, I did see some of the gem combos.

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Thats true, but if you were to use those numbers (numbers are mixed with the last digit odd and even)on one state that you are focused on, then it would be a hit or miss when (key word) any of those numbers will come up ( not really controlled,) you stand to lose more. Where as if you use the "controlled grouping numbers by watching the previous draws you stand to have better chance of hits.

pcnut

"Wisdom is knowing what to do next, skill is knowing how to do it, and virtue is doing it."

David Starr Jordan

S.C.'s weekly-indicative random pairs: 05, 12, 13, 16, 18, 23, 34

Enjoy

pcnut

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