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Posted: November 7, 2006, 7:21 pm - IP Logged

Does anybody have any insight or maybe a system for predicting whether two consecutive numbers might be in the winning combo or conversely, whether no consecutive numbers may be in the next draw? Two consecutive numbers being like 1-2 with 5 and no consecutives being perhaps 1-3-5. In Texas I see it happen every day usually as two in a row and in cycles where it hits more or less than that. I'd like to be able to use it as a filter if I could. Just wondering.

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    Posted: November 7, 2006, 7:32 pm - IP Logged

    Does anybody have any insight or maybe a system for predicting whether two consecutive numbers might be in the winning combo or conversely, whether no consecutive numbers may be in the next draw? Two consecutive numbers being like 1-2 with 5 and no consecutives being perhaps 1-3-5. In Texas I see it happen every day usually as two in a row and in cycles where it hits more or less than that. I'd like to be able to use it as a filter if I could. Just wondering.

    There's no way of determining on any particular day whether consecs will drop, based upon all the time I've spent looking at histories. However, it is one of the many, what you can call "50/50" tools. That is to say that consecs, over the long haul will generally hit 40-50% of the time.

    With any 50/50 tool, it's basically a guess on any particular day.

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      Posted: November 7, 2006, 7:41 pm - IP Logged

      I have studied these as well...they are very unpredictable. I would say that if you have seen 4 or 5 draws in a row where there hasn't been a consecutive, you might want to hammer it pronto.

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        Posted: November 7, 2006, 8:35 pm - IP Logged

        Does anybody have any insight or maybe a system for predicting whether two consecutive numbers might be in the winning combo or conversely, whether no consecutive numbers may be in the next draw? Two consecutive numbers being like 1-2 with 5 and no consecutives being perhaps 1-3-5. In Texas I see it happen every day usually as two in a row and in cycles where it hits more or less than that. I'd like to be able to use it as a filter if I could. Just wondering.

        Hi ALX.

        There are three important digits that is profound in Texas, digits 3,6,7, you will find them in about 85 to 89% of the draws. I have research most all the states looking what I call a consistent three-digit benchmark. Most are 3,8,9, (this is where 3,8,9 Concept was conceived) but Texas was different. Search your state history to see the pattern. At least you will have a firm three digits within a wheeling system or combination picks.

        I hope this will help some.

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

        Enjoy

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          Posted: November 7, 2006, 8:50 pm - IP Logged

          Thank you very much Badger, cps10 and pcnut for the great input. If anything happens more than 66% of the time in this game I start liking it. Thanks again.