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Posted: November 24, 2006, 10:25 am - IP Logged

Gail Howard Software - Pick 3 & 4

This may have been posted recently.

We know GH Software can't be used for the Pick 3 & Pick 4 Games.

Here's how you can use GH Software for Pick 3 and Pick 4 Digit Games:

1.  You will need to know DOS (OK I'll give you the instructions - very easy!!)

2.  Download this DOS Program conv32.exe from the link below and put it in your c:\GH Folder

conv32.exe DOS Program
http://www.orbitfiles.com/download/id1022249745

3.  You will also need Excel and your Pick 3 and/or Pick 4 States Past Drawings

If you don't have Excel I can create the files for you.  You will need to send me your States Pick 3 and Pick 4 Past Drawing file(s)

4.  Here is a link to my Excel Pick 3 and Pick 4 Converter file:

GH Pick3 and Pick4 Converter.xls
http://www.orbitfiles.com/download/id1057086840

The 2 Tabs Pick3 and Pick4 contain the Pennsylvania Pick 3 and Pick 4 Midday Drawings 

Select the Tab you want Pick3 or Pick4

Drawings should be in "Ascending" Order meaning the oldest date goes at the top and the most recent date should go down the bottom. 

Copy and Paste your Dates and Pick 3 Past Results in Column A and Column B

Column A = Date Format mm/dd/yy

Column B = Pick 3 or Pick 4 

Depending on how many drawings you have you will need to "Drag" the formulas down to your last drawing result.

Let's practice using an example: 

Click the Pick3 Tab: 

The next thing you need to do is select cell range G2 down to J1387.  The range should now be highlighted.  Right-click your Mouse and select COPY.

Open your Notepad Program (Start> All Programs >Accessories > Notepad)

You should now be in your Notepad Program.

Right-Click your Mouse button and select Paste.

You should now see all the dates and drawings pasted into Notepad.

Next on the Main Menu of Notepad select File> Save As > In the "Save In" Box select C:

Now look in the list of folder/file below and llok for the folder GH.  Double Clickthe folder GH.

It should now be in the Save In: box at the top.

In the "File Name" box below remove the *.txt and enter the following: PA3MID

Make sure the box below "Save as Type:" reads "Text Documnets (.txt) 

Make sure you save it as a .txt (text file)

Click "Save" Button 

Close Notepad program.

We now created a Text file with the Pennsylvania Pick 3 Midday Drawings, named it PA3MID.txt and saved it in the GH (Gail Howard) Folder. 

Write down the file name you just created in Notepad PA3MID.txt for the next step.

It will help if you Print the following Instructions!! 

I'll be using the PA3MID.txt as an example.

The next thing is to go to the DOS Command Prompt c:\ 

Click Start> Program(All Program)> Accessories > Click the C:\Command Prompt 

You should now be in the DOS Screen and have a blinking box next to C:\ 

Enter the following:  CD C:\

You should now see C:\ with a blinking cursor

Next enter the following: CD C:\GH

What you doing is changing the directory to the GH (Gail Howard) Folder

Next Enter the following below: (space) means to hit the space bar and add a space don't type (space)

conv32(space)PA3M.txt(space)PA3M.slh(Space)"Pennsylvania Pick 3 Midday"

Click ENTER

Might take a few seconds but you should see C:\GH on the next line with a blinking cursor.

Enter the following: exit

Click Enter

This will close out the DOS Screen and you should be back to you normal Desktop Scrren.

What this DOS command is doing is converting the PA3M.txt (text file) to a new file that the Gail Howard DOS Program will understand and we named it PA3M.slh 

Next Open the GH (Smartluck) Program.

You should be in the Main Menu.

Click the number "1" (Select/Add/Delete Game Histories)

Next use the "Down Arrow" key to scroll down until you see "PA3MID.txt" in the Description column.

Make sure it is highlighted.

Now click your "F3" Key to Modify the File

We want to change the "Game Name"

Highlight the "Game Name" line (you may need to use the Up or Down Arrow Keys)

Change the name PA3MID.txt to Pennsylvania Pick3 Midday

Now click the "F3" Button to Save

You can now use the other Menus to examine the Pennsylvania Pick 3 Midday drawings.

Numbers Beginning with 1 are Position 1,

Numbers Beginning with 2 are Position 2,

Numbers Beginning with 3 are Position 3. 

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    Posted: November 24, 2006, 10:38 am - IP Logged

    To use the GH Excel Program we have to manipulate the real drawings into a file the GH Software can understand.

    Position 1 Digits we are placing a "1" in front of the actual digit

    Position 2 Digits we are placing a "2" in front of the actual digit

    Position 3 Digits we are placing a "3" in front of the actual digit

    So for example:

    Pennsylvania Midday Drawing on Thursday was 9 - 2 - 0

    Position 1 = 19

    Position 2 = 22

    Position 3 = 30

    Look at the Excel file and scroll down to Cell range H1387:J1387 ("Pick3 Tab")

    This is done automatically.

    To make this work for your states Pick 3 or Pick 4.  You will need to enter the Dates in cell Column "A" (Format mm/dd/yy)

    Then enter you Pick 3 numbers in column "B".

    Depending on how many drawings you are copying into Column A and Column B you wil need to drag the formulas down to your last entry.

    Columns G through J.

    Have fun!!!! 

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      Posted: November 24, 2006, 12:34 pm - IP Logged

      Thanks Steve, now all I need is for you to give me the winning number. LOL Did Fla, no problem.

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        Posted: November 24, 2006, 8:09 pm - IP Logged

        WOW Winsome!!! I don't have the GH software but if I did this tutorial is awesome. I hope some one makes some CASH!!!

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          378, 374, 318, 314, 358, 354, 778, 774, 718, 714, 758, 754, 878, 874, 818, 814, 858, 854

          Sat, Nov 18, 2006TexasMidday Pick 31-3-8
          Sat, Nov 11, 2006Multi-StateTri-State Pick 31-3-8
          Sat, Nov 11, 2006Washington, D.C.Midday Lucky Numbers3-1-8

           

           

           

          Thu, Nov 23, 2006New YorkMidday Numbers8-3-7
          Wed, Nov 22, 2006ConnecticutPlay 33-7-8
          Sun, Nov 19, 2006Washington, D.C.Midday Lucky Numbers8-3-7
          Thu, Nov 16, 2006DelawareMidday 33-8-7
          Mon, Nov 13, 2006KentuckyMidday Pick 33-8-7
          Tue, Nov 7, 2006DelawarePlay 37-3-8
          Mon, Nov 6, 2006MinnesotaDaily 38-3-7
          Sat, Nov 4, 2006IndianaMidday 33-8-7

           

           

           Draw Date  State  Game  Results 
          Fri, Nov 24, 2006New YorkNumbers3-7-4
          Sun, Nov 19, 2006Washington, D.C.Lucky Numbers7-3-4
          Thu, Nov 16, 2006ConnecticutMidday 34-3-7
          Thu, Nov 16, 2006MarylandMidday Pick 37-4-3
          Mon, Nov 13, 2006WisconsinDaily Pick 33-4-7
          Wed, Nov 8, 2006ArizonaPick 33-4-7
          Mon, Nov 6, 2006ConnecticutPlay 37-4-3

           

           
           Draw Date  State  Game  Results 
          Thu, Nov 23, 2006CaliforniaMidday 34-3-1
          Thu, Nov 16, 2006IdahoPick 33-4-1
          Mon, Nov 6, 2006IllinoisDaily 33-1-4
          Mon, Nov 6, 2006IowaPick 33-1-4
          Mon, Nov 6, 2006South CarolinaMidday 34-3-1
          Sat, Nov 4, 2006New JerseyPick 3

          4-3-1

           

          Draw Date  State  Game  Results 
          Thu, Nov 23, 2006DelawarePlay 33-5-8
          Tue, Nov 21, 2006FloridaCash 35-8-3
          Tue, Nov 21, 2006New YorkNumbers5-8-3
          Mon, Nov 20, 2006CaliforniaMidday 33-5-8
          Fri, Nov 17, 2006North CarolinaPick 35-8-3
          Thu, Nov 16, 2006CaliforniaDaily 33-8-5
          Mon, Nov 13, 2006MarylandPick 35-8-3

           

           

           

          Draw Date  State  Game  Results 
          Tue, Nov 21, 2006TexasMidday Pick 34-3-5
          Thu, Nov 16, 2006OhioMidday Pick 33-4-5
          Tue, Nov 14, 2006DelawareMidday 34-5-3
          Thu, Nov 9, 2006ConnecticutMidday 35-3-4
          Thu, Nov 9, 2006PennsylvaniaMidday Daily Number4-5-3

           

           

           

          Draw Date  State  Game  Results 
          Fri, Nov 24, 2006Washington, D.C.Lucky Numbers7-4-7
          Mon, Nov 20, 2006DelawarePlay 37-7-8
          Sun, Nov 19, 2006MinnesotaDaily 37-7-4
          Sat, Nov 18, 2006VirginiaPick 34-7-7
          Wed, Nov 15, 2006Multi-StateTri-State Pick 34-7-7
          Fri, Nov 10, 2006MichiganDaily 38-7-7
          Fri, Nov 10, 2006MissouriPick 38-7-7
          Thu, Nov 9, 2006South CarolinaMidday 37-7-8
          Sat, Nov 4, 2006KansasPick 37-7-8

           

           

          Thu, Nov 23, 2006IllinoisMidday 38-1-7
          Thu, Nov 23, 2006IowaMidday 38-1-7
          Wed, Nov 22, 2006MarylandMidday Pick 37-4-1
          Wed, Nov 22, 2006OntarioPick 37-8-1
          Sat, Nov 18, 2006NebraskaPick 31-7-4
          Sat, Nov 18, 2006New YorkNumbers1-8-7
          Fri, Nov 17, 2006New MexicoPick 37-8-1
          Wed, Nov 15, 2006TexasMidday Pick 34-1-7
          Sun, Nov 12, 2006Washington, D.C.Midday Lucky Numbers8-7-1
          Tue, Nov 7, 2006IllinoisMidday 31-7-8
          Tue, Nov 7, 2006IowaMidday 31-7-8
          Mon, Nov 6, 2006Washington, D.C.Midday Lucky Numbers8-1-7
          Sun, Nov 5, 2006DelawarePlay 31-7-8
          Sun, Nov 5, 2006OklahomaPick 37-8-1

           

           

          Thu, Nov 23, 2006MichiganDaily 37-4-5
          Wed, Nov 22, 2006KansasPick 37-4-5
          Wed, Nov 22, 2006KentuckyPick 37-5-4
          Tue, Nov 21, 2006PennsylvaniaDaily Number4-5-7
          Thu, Nov 16, 2006Multi-StateTri-State Pick 37-5-8
          Thu, Nov 16, 2006New JerseyPick 37-4-5
          Wed, Nov 15, 2006TennesseeMidday Cash 35-7-4
          Thu, Nov 9, 2006ConnecticutPlay 34-5-7
          Thu, Nov 9, 2006MarylandPick 37-8-5
          Mon, Nov 6, 2006TennesseeCash 38-5-7
          Mon, Nov 6, 2006Washington, D.C.Lucky Numbers8-5-7
          Sun, Nov 5, 2006MissouriMidday Pick 35-7-8

           

           

           

          Fri, Nov 24, 2006GeorgiaCash 34-8-7
          Fri, Nov 24, 2006Western CanadaPick 34-7-8
          Thu, Nov 23, 2006New JerseyPick 37-8-8
          Thu, Nov 23, 2006New YorkNumbers8-7-8
          Wed, Nov 22, 2006MissouriMidday Pick 34-7-8
          Wed, Nov 22, 2006New YorkNumbers7-8-8
          Wed, Nov 22, 2006PennsylvaniaMidday Daily Number4-8-7
          Tue, Nov 21, 2006KentuckyMidday Pick 38-8-7
          Sat, Nov 18, 2006DelawarePlay 38-4-7
          Fri, Nov 17, 2006GeorgiaMidday 34-7-8
          Sat, Nov 11, 2006OntarioPick 37-8-4

           

           

          Wed, Nov 22, 2006PennsylvaniaDaily Number8-1-4
          Mon, Nov 20, 2006Multi-StateTri-State Pick 38-1-4
          Sat, Nov 18, 2006KentuckyPick 31-8-4
          Wed, Nov 15, 2006TexasPick 31-8-8
          Mon, Nov 13, 2006KansasPick 38-4-1
          Mon, Nov 13, 2006MissouriMidday Pick 31-8-4
          Fri, Nov 10, 2006QuebecLa Quotidienne 31-8-4
          Sat, Nov 4, 2006MissouriPick 31-8-8

           

           

           Draw Date  State  Game  Results 
          Fri, Nov 24, 2006MinnesotaDaily 35-8-4
          Tue, Nov 21, 2006OhioPick 38-5-4
          Tue, Nov 14, 2006CaliforniaMidday 35-8-8
          Mon, Nov 13, 2006GeorgiaCash 35-8-4
          Mon, Nov 13, 2006QuebecLa Quotidienne 34-8-5
          Fri, Nov 10, 2006PennsylvaniaMidday Daily Number5-8-8
          Thu, Nov 9, 2006TennesseeCash 35-8-8
          Tue, Nov 7, 2006MarylandMidday Pick 38-4-5
          Mon, Nov 6, 2006OhioMidday Pick 38-5-8

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            999      888   777  666 555   444   333   222  111

            90        89    88    87

            81        80    79    78

            72        71    70    69

            63        62    61    60

            54        53    52    51

            45        44    43    42

            36        35    34    33

            27        26    25    24

            18        17    16    15

            9          8      7      6

            ---      -----  -----    -----

            =495*  =494* =493* =492*

            -

            Ny's last draw was 061

            NY's second to last draw was 374.

            NY' third to last draw was 093

             

            Nested sum of 374 divisors is 550*

             550* - 390 = 160. 160 = 061

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              Hello Kola,
              Your formula is interesting. Don't quit understand how you get 550 & what is nested sum? Thank you. If you could please explain. Thank you, I appreciate it.

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                Hello Kola,
                Your formula is interesting. Don't quit understand how you get 550 & what is nested sum? Thank you. If you could please explain. Thank you, I appreciate it.

                Hi Stephi,

                 

                This is the complete version of what I posted before.

                 

                 

                 -

                      8    7      6      5        3        2    1     0

                99     98    97   96    95  94    93      92   91  90

                90     89    88    87    86  85    84      83  82    81

                81     80    79    78    77  76    75      74  73    72

                72     71    70    69    68  67    66      65   64    63

                63     62    61    60    59  58    57      56  55    54

                54     53    52    51    50   49    48      47  46   45

                45     44    43    42    41  40    39      38  37    36

                36     35    34    33    32   31    30      29  28    27

                27     26    25    24    23   22    21      20   19    18

                18     17    16    15    14  13    12        11   10    9

                9       8      7      6      5    4      3         2    1    0 

                ---      ---    ---    ---    ---  ---    ---      ---    ---    ---

                594    583  572  561  550  539  528    517  506  495

                 

                -9      -8     -7     -6    -5    -4    -3      -2    -1    -0

                 

                 

                ---        ---      ---      ---        ---      ---      ---        ----      ---      ---

                585      575      565    555      545    535    525      515    505    495

                -

                In the example I gave I wrote: 

                "Nested sum of 374 divisors is 550*"

                 

                First of all, forget what I said about the word "divisors". Inaccurate.

                -

                 

                The root sum of 374 is 5, because 3+7+4 =14 and

                1 + 4 =5.

                If you look at the Root Sum "5" column on the chart above, you will see all the numbers from 1 - 100 that will give you the root sum of "5". Then when you add them as illustrated in the column  above, and you will get 550.

                .

                Hope that was helpful

                 

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                  Thank you sir Kola, very helpful, i appreciate it.  I understand now & you made me understand roots & sums more too, which I have a hard time grasping. Thank you.

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                    Thank you sir Kola, very helpful, i appreciate it.  I understand now & you made me understand roots & sums more too, which I have a hard time grasping. Thank you.

                    You're welcome Miss Stephi.

                    The chart is more readable now after tinkering.

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                      Hi Stephi,

                       

                      This is the complete version of what I posted before.

                       

                       

                       -

                            8    7      6      5        3        2    1     0

                      99     98    97   96    95  94    93      92   91  90

                      90     89    88    87    86  85    84      83  82    81

                      81     80    79    78    77  76    75      74  73    72

                      72     71    70    69    68  67    66      65   64    63

                      63     62    61    60    59  58    57      56  55    54

                      54     53    52    51    50   49    48      47  46   45

                      45     44    43    42    41  40    39      38  37    36

                      36     35    34    33    32   31    30      29  28    27

                      27     26    25    24    23   22    21      20   19    18

                      18     17    16    15    14  13    12        11   10    9

                      9       8      7      6      5    4      3         2    1    0 

                      ---      ---    ---    ---    ---  ---    ---      ---    ---    ---

                      594    583  572  561  550  539  528    517  506  495

                       

                      -9      -8     -7     -6    -5    -4    -3      -2    -1    -0

                       

                       

                      ---        ---      ---      ---        ---      ---      ---        ----      ---      ---

                      585      575      565    555      545    535    525      515    505    495

                      -

                      In the example I gave I wrote: 

                      "Nested sum of 374 divisors is 550*"

                       

                      First of all, forget what I said about the word "divisors". Inaccurate.

                      -

                       

                      The root sum of 374 is 5, because 3+7+4 =14 and

                      1 + 4 =5.

                      If you look at the Root Sum "5" column on the chart above, you will see all the numbers from 1 - 100 that will give you the root sum of "5". Then when you add them as illustrated in the column  above, and you will get 550.

                      .

                      Hope that was helpful

                       

                      Correction:

                       

                      The "0" column should read:

                       

                      0

                      9

                      8

                      7

                      6

                      5

                      4

                      3

                      2

                      1

                      0

                      ----

                      45

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                        Correction:

                         

                        The "0" column should read:

                         

                        0

                        9

                        8

                        7

                        6

                        5

                        4

                        3

                        2

                        1

                        0

                        ----

                        45

                        Kola>>>

                        Is 550 the better number to use when applying it to a reconstituted P3 number to bet on the next draw? Is that your intention/objective here?

                        You definitely have a fantastic mind for number arrangement, organization and definitive presentation as well as mental configuration of complex parameters to make sense of.

                        I like what I see in your observation and delivery...if application is hindsight, then advancement of the work is acknowledged and useful for the next draw.

                        You [we...tic] can't lose!

                        What would make us winners, anyway?

                        Kola lets talk! 

                        yt dx123

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                          Hi dx123,

                           

                          Thanks for your generous comments, though I think I'm still quite the newbie with the lottery. The creative and brillaint work you and others have put out on the LP keeps me humbled and happily dissastified as I try to inch forward to go deeper. 

                          To answer your question, the number you use is based on your last draw. 550 was used based on NY's draw of 374.

                          The root sum of 374 is 5. If you use the chart and look in the "5" column, 550 is the sum.

                          Take that sum and subtract the draw before 374, which was 093,  from 550.

                          I flipped the 093 around to 390 and subtracted it from 550.  I only flipped it because dealing with the 0's are a bit tricky.

                          The example given was NY's November 24th draw of 374.

                           

                          NY's last draw was 374.

                          NY' second to last draw was 093

                          550 -390 = 160.

                          NY's next winning draw was 061.

                          The method is to be used to find the number for the next immediate draw. Sometimes its work from Midday to Midday or Evening To Evening. Sometimes the number drops 2 or 3 draws later. Still need exploration...

                          If the NY draw had been 378, the root sum is 9 and you would have looked in the "9" column to find the sum to 594.

                          -

                          This method needs a more tinkering and refining. Its been on my "to do" list for a while. If you backetest you will find a lot of correspondence with the numbers, but again there are other factors I have to figure out. I'll revisit it later. In the meantime, my Phase X System will be soon be ready for mass consumption.

                           

                           

                           

                           

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                            Hi dx123,

                             

                            Thanks for your generous comments, though I think I'm still quite the newbie with the lottery. The creative and brillaint work you and others have put out on the LP keeps me humbled and happily dissastified as I try to inch forward to go deeper. 

                            To answer your question, the number you use is based on your last draw. 550 was used based on NY's draw of 374.

                            The root sum of 374 is 5. If you use the chart and look in the "5" column, 550 is the sum.

                            Take that sum and subtract the draw before 374, which was 093,  from 550.

                            I flipped the 093 around to 390 and subtracted it from 550.  I only flipped it because dealing with the 0's are a bit tricky.

                            The example given was NY's November 24th draw of 374.

                             

                            NY's last draw was 374.

                            NY' second to last draw was 093

                            550 -390 = 160.

                            NY's next winning draw was 061.

                            The method is to be used to find the number for the next immediate draw. Sometimes its work from Midday to Midday or Evening To Evening. Sometimes the number drops 2 or 3 draws later. Still need exploration...

                            If the NY draw had been 378, the root sum is 9 and you would have looked in the "9" column to find the sum to 594.

                            -

                            This method needs a more tinkering and refining. Its been on my "to do" list for a while. If you backetest you will find a lot of correspondence with the numbers, but again there are other factors I have to figure out. I'll revisit it later. In the meantime, my Phase X System will be soon be ready for mass consumption.

                             

                             

                             

                             

                            Thank you Kola, much appreciated>>

                            I looked at your example and applied it to the Ontario P3 for tonight. The last number was 939 which totals 21 which is further reduced to 3.

                            Your chart indicates 3 as 528 and subtracting that 528 from the day before number of 162 yields 366. Tonight's draw number is 344.

                            At least there is an indication of a double number. WOW!!!

                            Can I read this system as such for future draws?

                            Have you had success with doubles?

                            That's 2 doubles in a row here in Ontario...I hate the damned things unless a perfected method can be gotten to establish when the next one will occur. I had done work in GH with doubles many years ago and yet it remains error prone, or shall I say dubious data at best. It won't give up the ghost. My personal P3 method will not determine doubles either but it did yield the 3, immediately.

                            BTW>>>Brilliant and amazing application of ROOTS and SUMS to strike it rich. If you don't mind I'd like to study this a bit longer than just the few applications noted here. There is something of interest happening and I want to explore it further, especially with respect to your 'table'.

                            I look forward examining your 'PHASE X' system. It already sounds intriguing. 

                            yt dx123

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                              Thank you Kola, much appreciated>>

                              I looked at your example and applied it to the Ontario P3 for tonight. The last number was 939 which totals 21 which is further reduced to 3.

                              Your chart indicates 3 as 528 and subtracting that 528 from the day before number of 162 yields 366. Tonight's draw number is 344.

                              At least there is an indication of a double number. WOW!!!

                              Can I read this system as such for future draws?

                              Have you had success with doubles?

                              That's 2 doubles in a row here in Ontario...I hate the damned things unless a perfected method can be gotten to establish when the next one will occur. I had done work in GH with doubles many years ago and yet it remains error prone, or shall I say dubious data at best. It won't give up the ghost. My personal P3 method will not determine doubles either but it did yield the 3, immediately.

                              BTW>>>Brilliant and amazing application of ROOTS and SUMS to strike it rich. If you don't mind I'd like to study this a bit longer than just the few applications noted here. There is something of interest happening and I want to explore it further, especially with respect to your 'table'.

                              I look forward examining your 'PHASE X' system. It already sounds intriguing. 

                              yt dx123

                              Hi dx123!

                              Glad you tried it.

                              Yes, there are alot of correspondences with the number chart. For example, If you had switched the number you worked on,  you could have gotten real close to the winning number of 344.

                              Let's take your same Ontario results.

                              Last draw was 939

                              Second to last draw was 162

                              Winning draw was 344.

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                              Normally I would have taken the root sum of 939, which is of course 3, and looked under the "3" column for the sum of the numbers in the column which is 528.

                              And as you pointed out, I would have subtracted 162 from 528.

                              Suppose you had found the root sum of 162 instead, which is 9. Look under "9" column in the chart  and the column  sum is 594.

                              So take the last draw of 939 minus the 594, which equals 345! One off your winning number of 344.

                              There are other techniques with this method, but to have posted them might have been too much for some to keep track of... Again I'll revisit this method later, and work on it to hone down some rules.

                              But in the meantime, by all means, do what you will with it.

                              Its great that your system at least gave you one digit out of that doubles number. Doubles can be tedious, but that also depends on methods used. Numbers are so dyanamic that methods used can often yield doubles warnings.

                              And to answer your question, yes, I've had success with doubles. I'm very comfortable with them. As a matter of fact,I love them. My Phase X will tell you which doubles to play. The system is meant to find the number for the immediate next draw. I'm looking forward to sharing it soon...

                                 
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