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INDIANA MIDDAY - Important Notice!

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Posted: August 4, 2006, 4:28 pm - IP Logged

Take a look at the following grid:

 

037029039049013014015016017018
127038057058059023079025035027
136047129067149069169034125036
145056138148158078178124134045
235128147238167168259269189126
389146156247239249349278279289
CD
479236237256257258358368369469
569245589346347267367458378478
578489679689356348457467459568
019678345012789456123089567234
028137048139068159024179026135
046579246157248357268359468379

 

I have tracked the past 30 draws' worth of numbers and have noticed that NONE in the Quadrant D have come up! This is truly a rare occurrence. Although this is a computerized state (BOO!), I would probably start dropping my quarters on these 30 numbers ASAP!

The North Carolina Education Lottery - so much a joke that here are their mascots:

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    Posted: August 4, 2006, 5:13 pm - IP Logged

    Why the 2 different colors in quad D? really good information.

    Numbers.

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      Posted: August 4, 2006, 5:19 pm - IP Logged

      Why the 2 different colors in quad D? really good information.

      Green on the entire grid are favorable plays. I posted a "Grid System" post today that explains how it works, but if you are playing INDIANA MIDDAY, you should be playing the green numbers in a progression. I added the ones in blue, because as you can see, no number in that bottom right quadrant has hit in the past 30 draws (this would be indicated as a yellow-shaded number). Whereas the green numbers are the ones to play normally, I would add the ones in Blue to include them since nothing in the Quadrant B has hit. This would give you extra coverage as one of these numbers is WAY WAY overdue! They should have at least 4-6 hits in them already. They have none.

      The North Carolina Education Lottery - so much a joke that here are their mascots:

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        Posted: August 4, 2006, 5:22 pm - IP Logged

        These numbers are in the Gap and are designed to be hit as straight these have been found in Grid D

        456,024,459,567,026

         

        These may be in the Gap within a few days

        357,268,467,359

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          Posted: August 4, 2006, 5:25 pm - IP Logged

          Be very careful, cps10. Last time I checked (which was about two years ago), there were 288 numbers in the Indiana Pick-3 field that hadn't been drawn since 1999.

          That's nearly thirty percent of the entire field of 1,000 possible combinations that the Hoosier Lottery has essentially removed from play.

          Before actually handing your money to known theives, you might want to do a little more research first, or use BetSlips.com to play your numbers. For some reason, more players win the Hoosier Lottery games when they play online than when they buy tickets from a licensed retailer, as LOTTOMIKE recently discovered.

          I'm not trying to discourage you; I just don't like seeing anyone give their money away to an outfit that I know to be corrupt.

          Come, Pinky; we must prepare for tomorrow night...

          Jim

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            Posted: August 4, 2006, 5:50 pm - IP Logged

            Be very careful, cps10. Last time I checked (which was about two years ago), there were 288 numbers in the Indiana Pick-3 field that hadn't been drawn since 1999.

            That's nearly thirty percent of the entire field of 1,000 possible combinations that the Hoosier Lottery has essentially removed from play.

            Before actually handing your money to known theives, you might want to do a little more research first, or use BetSlips.com to play your numbers. For some reason, more players win the Hoosier Lottery games when they play online than when they buy tickets from a licensed retailer, as LOTTOMIKE recently discovered.

            I'm not trying to discourage you; I just don't like seeing anyone give their money away to an outfit that I know to be corrupt.

            Jim - I couldn't agree with you more. I would recommend BetSlips as well...that's why I referred to putting some "quarters" on these numbers :)

            The North Carolina Education Lottery - so much a joke that here are their mascots:

            Stooges

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              Posted: August 4, 2006, 6:55 pm - IP Logged

              Take a look at the following grid:

               

              037029039049013014015016017018
              127038057058059023079025035027
              136047129067149069169034125036
              145056138148158078178124134045
              235128147238167168259269189126
              389146156247239249349278279289
              CD
              479236237256257258358368369469
              569245589346347267367458378478
              578489679689356348457467459568
              019678345012789456123089567234
              028137048139068159024179026135
              046579246157248357268359468379

               

              I have tracked the past 30 draws' worth of numbers and have noticed that NONE in the Quadrant D have come up! This is truly a rare occurrence. Although this is a computerized state (BOO!), I would probably start dropping my quarters on these 30 numbers ASAP!

              Keith,

                If I were you, I would concentrate on these combos and play them like they are listed.

              260 465 547 843 862 375 384 825

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                Posted: August 4, 2006, 9:23 pm - IP Logged

                Keith,

                  If I were you, I would concentrate on these combos and play them like they are listed.

                260 465 547 843 862 375 384 825

                Thanks Bob!

                Did you take a look at my SC MIDDAY Notice as well?

                The North Carolina Education Lottery - so much a joke that here are their mascots:

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                  Posted: August 4, 2006, 9:39 pm - IP Logged

                  thanks cps10!

                   

                  be careful like jim said.these computerized states have a habit of never letting overdue numbers hit.they'll keep throwing out the same combination of numbers over and over and that confuses players even more....

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                    Posted: August 4, 2006, 10:01 pm - IP Logged

                    thanks cps10!

                     

                    be careful like jim said.these computerized states have a habit of never letting overdue numbers hit.they'll keep throwing out the same combination of numbers over and over and that confuses players even more....

                    yw Mike!

                    I guess I will observe these and I will play the SC numbers :)

                    The North Carolina Education Lottery - so much a joke that here are their mascots:

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                      Posted: August 5, 2006, 4:01 pm - IP Logged

                      LUCKY Me! 396 came in INDIANA MIDDAY today! It hit that bottom right of the grid as I suspected!

                      I would still look out for those...but the new grid looks like (green numbers (50) to be played):

                       

                      037029039049013014015016017018
                      127038057058059023079025035027
                      136047129067149069169034125036
                      145056138148158078178124134045
                      235128147238167168259269189126
                      389146156247239249349278279289
                      CD
                      479236237256257258358368369469
                      569245589346347267367458378478
                      578489679689356348457467459568
                      019678345012789456123089567234
                      028137048139068159024179026135
                      046579246157248357268359468379

                      The North Carolina Education Lottery - so much a joke that here are their mascots:

                      Stooges