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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...

Hello dx123,

There is another way of looking at my chart that equally as valuable. I didn't post it before, but being that you are exploring, it may prove to be quite useful.

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Okay...

There is another way of looking at my chart that would have given you your winning number of 344!

Here it goes...

Remember this was your Ontario numbers:

Last draw was 939

Second to last draw was 162

Winning draw was 344.

Instead of taking the root sum of 939 you can just take the sum. The sum is 21. Take the LDR - the last digit on the right which is "1", and look in its column on the chart, and you will see the sum of 506.

Okay like before, subtract the second to last draw from 506, which is:

506 - 162 = 344!

There goes your 344. Yeah, a lot of correspondence.

Happy explorations...

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    Hello dx123,

    There is another way of looking at my chart that equally as valuable. I didn't post it before, but being that you are exploring, it may prove to be quite useful.

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    Okay...

    There is another way of looking at my chart that would have given you your winning number of 344!

    Here it goes...

    Remember this was your Ontario numbers:

    Last draw was 939

    Second to last draw was 162

    Winning draw was 344.

    Instead of taking the root sum of 939 you can just take the sum. The sum is 21. Take the LDR - the last digit on the right which is "1", and look in its column on the chart, and you will see the sum of 506.

    Okay like before, subtract the second to last draw from 506, which is:

    506 - 162 = 344!

    There goes your 344. Yeah, a lot of correspondence.

    Happy explorations...

    I'll give you one more...

    Like I said before too many techniques can get confusing for some.

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    Okay...

    Take your 939.9 + 3 + 9 =21=3

    The root sum is 3.

    Now look  on the chart and look for the sum of the columns whose root sum is 3.

    The only column whose sum is 3 is the "6" column whose sum is 561. 5 +6 + 1 = root sum 3.

    So 561 minus 162 = 399. Its the mirror of your winning number of 344.

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      I'll give you one more...

      Like I said before too many techniques can get confusing for some.

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      Okay...

      Take your 939.9 + 3 + 9 =21=3

      The root sum is 3.

      Now look  on the chart and look for the sum of the columns whose root sum is 3.

      The only column whose sum is 3 is the "6" column whose sum is 561. 5 +6 + 1 = root sum 3.

      So 561 minus 162 = 399. Its the mirror of your winning number of 344.

      Along with subtracting, you can add as well.

      All the sums in the chart are all in the 500's. As you add or subtract and slide through the lottery scale you will get good numbers that won't be biased toward one side of it.

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        Okay...A few more things about the chart.

        If you notice, the chart is composed of pairs. What would happen if you started adding and subtracting pairs based on your draws?

        Also what would happen if you started adding and subtracting the sums of draws to and from the sums of the columns?

        :-)

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          Okay...A few more things about the chart.

          If you notice, the chart is composed of pairs. What would happen if you started adding and subtracting pairs based on your draws?

          Also what would happen if you started adding and subtracting the sums of draws to and from the sums of the columns?

          :-)

          Kola>>>

          I am speechless!...I have been pursuing the very data you have just posted in the past 4, in fact I was too busy to even buy a few P3's for tonight's draw because I am digesting the applications. LOLOL

          I will certainly make it up over the coming weeks, that's for sure.

          No I have not investigated your idea of PAIRS yet, that will come in due course, I assure you. Backtesting will take some time, as you know, and even to dig deeper in the chart usage will also be time consuming...hell, I'm running out of paper!

          yt dx123

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            Kola>>>

            I am speechless!...I have been pursuing the very data you have just posted in the past 4, in fact I was too busy to even buy a few P3's for tonight's draw because I am digesting the applications. LOLOL

            I will certainly make it up over the coming weeks, that's for sure.

            No I have not investigated your idea of PAIRS yet, that will come in due course, I assure you. Backtesting will take some time, as you know, and even to dig deeper in the chart usage will also be time consuming...hell, I'm running out of paper!

            yt dx123

             Happy Explorations!

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              Once read that along with the Golden Mean(the big cheese), and the Fibbonaci series(mom), there is a another that is equally important and often pops up in nature and life, and that's the binary sequence(dad), whereupon you double the succeeding number.

              Take the first 10 mitotic cell divisions, which are 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 128, 256, 512...and it continues...

              Creatively play around with it in the pick 3 and 4. It may be very worthwhile...


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                What about tips for Pick 5???

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                  What about tips for Pick 5???

                  †JeKeL†

                  It may be worthwhile to explore the way the numbers drop. As if to say, instead of looking at the results of the pick5/6 in the way they are commonly appear when they are written from the lowest number to the highest number, it may be worthwhile to explore the order of how the numbers actually fell.

                  So for example,

                  If you were to look up the Pick 5 results for a particular day, the printed numbers commonly appear in the form of 12-22-29-35-39 - from the lowest to the highest number. But the way they might have actually fallen are 22-39-12-35-29.

                  If you believe that certain numbers have an impact on other numbers or more specifically that there is vibrational resonance among numbers, and they may tend to fall in certain sequences you may want to pick numbers bearing this in mind.

                  So, looking at the "inaccurately" printed result of 12-22-29-35-39 may throw a person off when trying to look for patterns, but looking at the accurately printed results sequence of 22-39-12-35-29 may be much more instructive and hopefully bear more fruit.  If the number 35 had fallen first, instead of 22, how would that have changed the vibrational dynamic?

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                    Other 'Faces' of 999

                     

                    499500 is the sum(4995 * 100) of all added Pick 3 straights.

                    And 499 + 500 = 999.

                    109890 is the added 'sum' (4995 * 22) of boxed Pick 3.

                    And 109 + 890 = 999

                    When I say "sum" here I mean for example 231 + 135 = 366

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                    13500 is the value sum(135 * 100) of all added Pick 3 straights .

                    13500 * 37 = 499500.

                    2970 is the value sum(135 * 22) of added Pick 3 boxes.

                    2970 *37 = 109890

                    When I say "value sum" here I mean...

                    231 + 135 = 6 +9 = 15

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                      Howdy Kola,
                      Hows it going? I did your subtracting the sums of the columns with pi to a number and doing the three digit mitonic cell divisions, adding them to a number before piing or after and in most all circumstances, I get a 2 digit return for the next draw or next few draws.

                      We have a nine digit Social Security number, the full zipcode is nine digits, yep nine is an important number.

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                        Howdy Kola,
                        Hows it going? I did your subtracting the sums of the columns with pi to a number and doing the three digit mitonic cell divisions, adding them to a number before piing or after and in most all circumstances, I get a 2 digit return for the next draw or next few draws.

                        We have a nine digit Social Security number, the full zipcode is nine digits, yep nine is an important number.

                        Hello Stephi,

                        I'm glad you've found a creative way to use the chart. Good stuff, escpecially with those digit returns you're getting.

                        Its great you've found a way of applying the binary sequence I spoke of where you double the succeeding number.  Also be mindful that you can multiply the last draw by 2 , and then mutiply each succeeding result by 2. Of course you decide when to stop. Whatever results you get while doubling or rather mutiplying by 2, use those results on the second to last draw. How? Use that wonderful creativity you have and play around with it. Hopefully you will see some consistencies that you can 'hang your hat on'...:-)

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                          Other 'Faces' of 999

                           

                          499500 is the sum(4995 * 100) of all added Pick 3 straights.

                          And 499 + 500 = 999.

                          109890 is the added 'sum' (4995 * 22) of boxed Pick 3.

                          And 109 + 890 = 999

                          When I say "sum" here I mean for example 231 + 135 = 366

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                          13500 is the value sum(135 * 100) of all added Pick 3 straights .

                          13500 * 37 = 499500.

                          2970 is the value sum(135 * 22) of added Pick 3 boxes.

                          2970 *37 = 109890

                          When I say "value sum" here I mean...

                          231 + 135 = 6 +9 = 15

                          Some of you use often use 999 in your workouts. Along with 499500(499 + 500 =999), and 109890(109 + 890 =999), Let's not forget the many other faces of 999. As shown above, 109890 and 499500, are important, at least to me, because they are the true sum of all the boxes or all the straights in the Pick 3 game.

                          I trust these other faces will prove as least as valuable as 999 as they allow you to flow with the fluid dynamics of the lottery, while 'staying in the game'. 

                          Generally speaking, based on the last draws you have, you have to pick one of the faces. If you play around with it, you may be able to know when to pick which face of 999. Use that face on the last draw and second to last draw to help wrangle out a few picks for the next draw. If you wish to work with it, I don't think it will disappoint you. Please be creative with the chart, and hopefully the consistencies you will derive will allow you to set some rules for yourself. .

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                          The 999 Family Chart

                           

                          Non-123        123           Doubles      Doubles/       Triples

                            series         series                            'Triples'

                          124875        109890   113886        110889        499500

                          235764        210789        224775        221778        500499

                          346653        321678        335664        332667        611388

                          457542        432567        446553        443556        722277

                          568431        543456        557442        554445        833166

                          679320        654345        668331        665334        944055

                          780219        765234        779220        776223        055944

                          891108        876123        880119        887112        166833

                          902097        987012        991008        998001        277722

                          013986        098901        002997        009990        388611

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                            PICK 5

                             

                            Last 2 NY draws were:

                            Nov. 22 --- 02-13-18-20-24

                            Nov. 21 --- 06-09-23-28-39

                             

                            Their root sums are:

                            Nov. 22 --- 2-4-9-2-6

                            Nov. 21 --- 6-9-5-1-3

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                            Now how would you get from here: 69513

                            to here: 24926?

                            It may be worthwhile to include this in your BAG O' TRICKS. If play around with the numbers you will see consistencies that will replay themselves out from workout to workout. 

                            By the way:

                            69513 - 24926 = 44587

                            If you look in NY, 044(445) fell yesterday evening in the Pick 3 and 544 fell a several draws before that. Also 528(587) fell in today's midday draw. Coincidence?

                            Hope your journey is interesting and may you find something to hang your hat on while in route to making a BIG DENT in the Pick 5/6/10.

                            Legend says that The Craggy One was once asked about the Lottery Circle and the aged Lottery LoreKeeper whispered in his gravelly eloquence,"It is known among our kind that 2 successive draws are in reality the 2 center-points of 2 intersecting circles that share a common radius - a Root Center. This Vesica Piscis is the creative womb for all numbers, the Still Point from which two draws will unite & a new one is born. This "perfect" space is a wormhole through Time(Change). Master its proportions & your numerical predictions will not falter". 

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                              One huge tip for those using the PHI and PI.

                              When you use PI or PHI in your workouts and you get your results, the numbers to the right of the decimal point are just as important as the  numbers to the left. Never ever round off the decimal. I can't stress enough how key this is. You work it well, and your hits will stare you in the face over and over again. They will come in mirror form as well. Ideally get a calculator that displays results at least with 12 digits. You can often interface with online calculators  that display results with 18 digits.

                              Please check out Lottolaughs great use of Pi  in this thread. http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/147891. She uses a Binary sequence where she doubles PI. Doubling is INTEGRAL to the Pick 3. You don't only have to double Pi. Start doubling other numbers too. If you do that along with playing with the numbers after the decimal, your hit ratio will increase, while coming closer and closer to why certain numbers or their mirrors always follow particular numbers. You will learn other 'factoids' as well as patterns start appearing with more frequency. 

                              Winning numbers show up in your workouts with many systems and methods, because numbers are just that wonderfully dynamic.  We just have to expand our view a little. Some literal ways of dong that involve doubling and if by chance you use and get decimals in your workout results,  the numbers to the right of the decimal are important as well. Why do we ever disregard them? Nature uses them(along with the doubling binary sequence and Fibbonaci) all the time to create and we disregard them because it may look too messy. Big Mistake. Its nature's fingerprint of the  inner mechanics of how it interfaces with numbers

                              May you hit often and profit.

                               

                               

                              Legend says that The Craggy One was once asked about the Lottery Circle and the aged Lottery LoreKeeper whispered in his gravelly eloquence,"It is known among our kind that 2 successive draws are in reality the 2 center-points of 2 intersecting circles that share a common radius - a Root Center. This Vesica Piscis is the creative womb for all numbers, the Still Point from which two draws will unite & a new one is born. This "perfect" space is a wormhole through Time(Change). Master its proportions & your numerical predictions will not falter". 

                                 
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