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Posted: August 11, 2006, 1:15 pm - IP Logged

That oil is burning up, Kola! Hope I don't run out! Thanks for stopping in.

And now is a new discovery for you folks to try. Duh! I didn't even think about this but when we are writing out our first string of numbers we have one of each, right? We have all the numbers right there staring us in the face to start off with so we can leave the first string alone. YAY! One less thing to have to figure out! (I found my thinking cap this morning, it was hiding under the bed!) Now most of the time when a number comes up, the one right after it will come up, so we can pretty much leave the second string alone too because they are all written out nice for us one right after another. 2 down, one to go!

It's the last string  now we have to think about, I believe. I've been trying out some experiments and let me show you what I found using Wed's Tri State Result to produce yesterday's result.

Wed. drawing was 762. I will write out the strings normally first.

8 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

7 8 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6

3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2

The result was----981.

Now pretty much any way you look at it, there's no way we could've matched up 981 in a pattern. Yes, it's on the bottom there if you go up crookedly, but we need to stick with a pattern that will make it easier and more coherant. You can find the winners all over the place in these strings but it's going to have to be all about the pattern,the pattern,the pattern to keep some sort of order! What I've been doing is trying all sorts of things with that last string and the best formulas I've come up with are to -1 from your last string before you start writing them out, or to -3 or +4 to them.

So if I were to write them out again using these new formulas, here's what it would look like:

 

Keep the first 2 the same--

 

8 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 

7 8 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0    (-1 from the last number which was 2)

9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8    (-3 from 2)

6 7 8 9 0 1 2 3 4 5    (+4 to 2) 

 

What do you see? The (-1) string or the (-3) brought a the number 1 right up to where we need it. That fits our "2 Down Over" pattern much easier, either backwards or forwards.

Try doing this to your last string and see if that helps produce more hits!     

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    it's working better with plus minus formula here in ON.....draws even touching each other....without plus formula it was guessing game........i test only 30 games.....so far so good...........thank you.........

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      Posted: August 11, 2006, 1:34 pm - IP Logged

      question - night to night?

      love to nibble those micey feet.

       

                                   

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        question - night to night?

        Hello,Emily!

        I have only tested with our evening pick 3 because I don't play the midday. By all means, you can try it and see what you come up with. But I tend to think since a midday game and a nighttime game are sort of 2 seperate games that it might be better to do them individually. I'd be interested to see how mixing the 2 would work. I'll try some here and let you know what happens. You too! And let me know,thanks!!

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          Hello,Emily!

          I have only tested with our evening pick 3 because I don't play the midday. By all means, you can try it and see what you come up with. But I tend to think since a midday game and a nighttime game are sort of 2 seperate games that it might be better to do them individually. I'd be interested to see how mixing the 2 would work. I'll try some here and let you know what happens. You too! And let me know,thanks!!

          same here - i don't play midday.  will let u know.

          love to nibble those micey feet.

           

                                       

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            fla 8/01-670
            7890123456
            8901234567
            1234567890
            422-st fla      -915bxfla  -901st -842st-illin    -390bx illinillinois
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              Thank you,purplemyrtle, for showing that. It's always fun to see what's going on in other states!

               

              I think I'm going to run a little test here with 5 states. Let's see what happens for a week. I'm going to do the patterns on the plus side. Maybe next week I'll try them on the minus side. If anyone else wants to join in, tell me what state you're in and I'll get you on here. Thanks!

              I picked 4 of the most common patterns--Up Down (UD), Diamond Forward (DF), 1 Down Over, (1DO) and 2 Down Over (2DO). Let's see what happens!!

               Calif.--

              (UD) 208,319,420,531,642,753,864,975,086,197

              (DF)  218,329,430,541,652,763,874,985,096,107

              (1DO)219,320,431,542,653,764,875,986,097,108

              (2DO) 209,310,421,532,643,754,865,976,087,198

               Florida

              (UD) 863,974,085,196,207,318,429,530,641,752

              (DF) 873,984,095,106,217,328,439,540,651,762

              (1DO) 874,985,096,107,218,329,430,541,652,763

              (2DO) 864,975,086,197,208,319,420,531,642,753

               Georgia

              (UD) 574,685,796,807,918,029,130,241,352,463

              (DF)  584,695,706,817,928,039,140,251,362,473

              (1DO) 585,696,707,818,929,030,141,252,363,474

              (2DO) 575,686,797,808,919,020,131,242,353,464

               Ohio

              (UD) 153,264,375,486,597,608,719,820,931,042

              (DF)  163,274,385,496,507,618,729,830,941,052

              (1DO) 164,275,386,497,508,619,720,831,942,053

              (2DO) 154,265,376,487,598,609,710,821,932,043

               Texas

              (UD) 612,723,834,945,056,167,278,389,490,501

              (DF)  622,733,844,955,066,177,288,399,400,511

              (1DO) 623,734,845,956,067,178,289,390,401,512

              (2DO) 613,724,835,946,057,168,279,380,491,502

              I just did these the normal way, no minusing of the last string. Something tells me we're going to be one number off on a lot of these so I will have to make adjustments for the next test. Again, if anyone would like to join in here, please let me know!

               

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                Posted: August 12, 2006, 9:39 am - IP Logged

                Thanks lottolaughs for posting for

                TX.  ?which TX draw number did

                you used for your predictions?

                 BananaWTG all Winner$. Hyper

                 

                 

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                  Thanks lottolaughs for posting for

                  TX.  ?which TX draw number did

                  you used for your predictions?

                  You're very welcome,txpolo! Sorry, I should have mentioned that these are evening draws from Friday,Aug. 11th. Yours was 501. Good luck,Texas! 

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                            Thanks for posting Ohio the (UD) line had the 042 straight.  Which draws did you use?

                                        Thanks CW

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                              Thanks for posting Ohio the (UD) line had the 042 straight.  Which draws did you use?

                                          Thanks CW

                      Oh, dear, I'm sorry, CWILSON, but that was the original drawing that you wind up with at the end of the strings after the workout. I used last Friday's drawing (042) so that one doesn't count. Unhappy  We've had 4 days on the test so far, results are pretty slim.

                      Calif--no hits

                      Fla.--1 box (238) and 1 straight (541) from today

                      Geo.--no hits

                      Ohio--no hits

                      Texas--1 box (162)

                      Still working the bugs out so check back soon. Thanks!