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Professor EZ Hitts Ready Reference Rundowns and Workouts?

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Posted: December 4, 2006, 11:01 pm - IP Logged

when I went to adolphs blog I thought there was a download link to his excel program but could not see one. Did i miss something? thanks

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    when I went to adolphs blog I thought there was a download link to his excel program but could not see one. Did i miss something? thanks

      It's not a download...It's the actual programming nitty gritty that an MS Excel Spreadsheet programmer has to know to accomplish the goal. It was probably safer for him to do it that way and still get the idea across. I suspect he feels he's not infringing on anyone this way. His basic programming can be added on to by programmers to customize and suit different needs and tastes as well.

       Adolph's programming for the Pick 3  -111 and +123 rundowns does work, but does require some concentration and time to get the works up and running for some of us, like me. I'm working on the Pick 4 part of it with the -1111 and +1234 rundowns.

     

    LottoHackJack

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      Posted: December 5, 2006, 7:42 am - IP Logged

      Hi Lotto HackJack;

      How did you hear of this and let me know if you find this book. Full info......please!

       

      Maverick2842

        I missed this post...

       

      ...I heard about this book from some other newsgroup response to some question I had.

       

        I hang my butt out in the ethernet by posting my real email address for faster, no-nonsense responses...Love them spam-bots... I have nothing to hide, and some people see that as a trustworthy plus. I even call lotto enthusiasts to share ideas when time permits, but I can't participate with everyone on a large scale.

        It seems that this " rundowns and workouts " idea has made its' rounds over and over in the internet cyberspace lotto world, and I suspect a lot of us didn't know of the origins of the exercises that have been in print for about 70 years now in these little booklets. I'm at a loss to figure out why anyone would have had use for this info 70 years ago.

       

         Did they hold underground pick 3 and Pick 4 lotteries, or was it applied to horse racing, dog racing, chicken racing, etc.

       

        I'm not even sure that any real copywrite laws apply to it at this stage, but let's assume that someone bought those rights to reprint and redistribute the info with a few new modern twists to it to make it sound updated for our times, and it's cheap enough to buy into and support the cause for our use or abuse  :) .

       

      LottoHackJack

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        Posted: December 5, 2006, 1:14 pm - IP Logged

        Is anyone else having trouble with their fonts today? I sure am.

        Anyway......Frankie dear, I was wondering when you were going to show up!! Glad to hear you're still working on the spreadsheet. Can't wait to see it too if you decide to share! This should be very interesting!

        Hello Lottolaughs!

        Hi Dear, my day always goes well when i see you here! I will DEFINATELY share when i am done. It's a huge undertaking and time is so precious. Adolf was kind enough to share his excel program. I'm really 'DUH' when it comes to programming! LOL 

        Anyhow, as soon as i am done, i will certainly share it with you guys. You're all so wonderful!

         

        Lady FrankieH 

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          Posted: December 5, 2006, 1:19 pm - IP Logged

          Hi Frankie H;

          Let me know if this book is worth it! Ya know it is very tempting to see a book out there on the market and wonder if it is worth the cost!

          So how much was this book and where did you get it from?

          Maverick2842.

          Hi Maverick,

          I hope you get the book! It'll be so worth it! Good luck!

          Lady FrankieH

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            Posted: December 6, 2006, 6:41 am - IP Logged

              Prof. Hitts Rundown book can be found in most places where you play your numbers. I have found this book in drugstores and Beauty supply stores in TN and Ohio.

              In Reply to Lotto HackJack they used this book for the Street lottery, Dow Jones or (D.J.) and horse races. My Grandfather use this book and hit for 5 grand in 1947. Bought a house and a new car. And even in this day THEY STILL PLAY THE STREET. You just need to know where to play.

            HOW TO USE PROF. HITTS BOOK

            333  333 

            222  456

            111   579

            000  692

            999  715

            888  838

            777  951

            666  074

            555  197

            444  210

            333  333

            This for those Ill. Players that 953 has been showing for 3 Draws.

            You are looking for the movement of the digits in a rundown. For the newbies, always check the midpoint of the rundown for your hit. Notice  the 838 and 951 thats your midpoint. The majority of your hits will come from there. Here is an example for the TN players.

            486  486

            375  509

            264  622

            153  745

            042  868

            931  981

            820  004

            719  127

            608  240

            597  363

            486  486

            716 was Tn. tonight! Notice TN picks its number from a different portion of the midpoint.

            981 is the midpoint. For those TN. PLAYERS ARE NUMBER IS HITTING RIGHT OUT OF THE RUNDOWN.

             

            If you find this book use it wisely. Just use midpoint and movement. AND MIDDAY TO MIDDAY, EVENING TO EVENING.

            BE SAFE EVERYONE

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              Posted: December 6, 2006, 7:12 pm - IP Logged

              Thanks wildwoman1111  for sharing. I use this book daily. Thanks to Jani Norman and Bevspicks for helping me. I know I have gone through at least three of them already starting on my fourth. LOL

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                Posted: December 7, 2006, 12:52 am - IP Logged

                My Grandmom had a buddy who got me thinking lottery

                25 year ago.He told me

                first balance the digit

                 1852963074185296307 etc.

                 So if 792 comes put down

                        the 729

                *******************

                 Pa. nite 309 becomes

                          930

                         263

                          596

                          829  00 9

                          159 5

                          485  4

                         718

                          041

                         374

                          607

                          930 

                 Mr. Charles said the number

                 would be in and around the

                 green cross area.549 hit tonite

                 Of course I we use Vtrac

                            today

                         

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                    BlackApple...I think a few pieces of the pie are missing in your example, such as, How exactly was " the number to be balanced " arrived at? You know...the  1852963074-185296307etc.

                    Please elaborate further to help us understand exactly what your example is conveying to us.

                    I'm misunderstanding exactly why you came up with your number to balance ( 1852963074 and then repeated by the same number again ), and where a last draw number of 729 would fit into the picture, and how you would do a rundown on a draw result of 729. I'm sure you knew what you were thinking, but you have to type it all out in order for us to know exactly what you were thinking too.

                    It looks like you did some sort of rundown with the draw number 930 after the real draw result was actually 309...Why the 930 instead of the 309?

                    If I look at your rundown from top to bottom and vice-versa in all three columns A B C, I can see your " number to balance " somewhere in the columns. Why they are in that order though, I'm not sure. Please explain. It's 3:10 AM EST here in cold SW Ontario, and maybe there's not enough oxygen at my computer desk this morning :) 

                    I have also observed that in your " number to balance ", ( your 1852963074-185296307etc. ), it appears that in your rundown, you took the first number " 1 " at the very left end,  and then skipped a number ( skipped the number " 8 " ) to then affiliate the " 1 " with the next pair in line, pair " 52 ". The combo 152 appears near the midpoint of your rundown. You then took the second number from the left,  " 8 ", and skipped over the " 5 ", to affiliated the " 8 " with the next pair in the line " 29 " to form the next combo in your rundown. The combo 829 also shows up in your rundown above the " 152 ". Next was the number " 5 ", you skipped over the very next number " 2 ", and affiliated the " 5 " with the next pair in line, the " 96 " pair, to form the combo 596 which appears above the 829 combo in your rundown. Etc., etc....

                    Who designated the " Green Cross " area which we should be watching to create combo picks with, and why? Is the " Green Cross " area always in the same location for each draw, or does it shift around, making it difficult for us to pinpoint the combos to pick for the next game? If you personally would have played the entire " Green Cross " area how many combos would you have formed, and would you play them all in " boxed " form? Would you personally have picked that very same " Green Cross " area in your example to get your picks from?

                    Please fill in the missing reasoning to help us all see what you are seeing.

                      How would you personally apply Vtrac ideology to this system today?

                      Please elaborate on these ideas completely to help us understand.

                  Thanks,

                   

                  LottoHackJack

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                    Posted: December 7, 2006, 7:33 am - IP Logged

                    930

                    263

                    596

                    829

                    152

                    485

                    718

                    041

                    374

                    607

                    930

                     

                    5(+7)2(+7)9(+7)6(+7)

                    3(+7)0........

                    529630.........

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                      Posted: December 7, 2006, 8:03 am - IP Logged

                      If a combo has two or all

                      three digits that neighbor

                      like 36,70,47 or 714

                      then the neighbors

                      can be arranged for

                      an orderly flow 

                      63,07,74,741

                      074185296307

                      This was given to me

                      So I studied how the

                      rearrangement would

                      make a difference

                      This lead to the discovery

                      of the flow of number Chart

                      *************************************

                              9071    1079

                      1. 2304    4302
                      2. 5637    7635
                      3. 8960    0968    Find your middle number on
                      4. 1293    3291    the edge.Look across that
                      5. 4526    6524      row,up a row,down a row.
                      6. 7859    9857      Notice how second and
                      7. 0182    2180      third digit tend to bind.
                      8. 3415    5413
                      9. 6748    8746
                      10. 9071    1097

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                        Posted: December 7, 2006, 8:23 am - IP Logged

                        In the Pa. nite example

                         309 rearranged to 930

                          whereas the center number is 3

                           **********************************

                        1. 8960    0968    Find your middle number on
                        2. 1293    3291    the edge.Look across that
                        3. 4526    6524      row,up a row,down a row.
                        4.                         Notice how second and

                                                        and third digit bind

                        *************************

                        The balancing focuses the field.

                        I look for digits that touch the

                        "3'",normally know which side

                         to use.

                         

                        Like wise

                        1. 0182    2180     .
                        2. 3415 5413
                        3. 6748    8746

                        Line 3 holds digits of interest

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                          BA, one more explanation please, why or where are the "four" digit numbers that you choose the median number come from?

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                            Posted: December 7, 2006, 8:58 am - IP Logged

                            9071  1079 rundown "+3" lottery math

                                          until a return to same digits

                            ******************************* 

                            Got me thinking of using

                            1. 3415 5413  , 1293  3291
                            2. 415,541,129,291 as
                            3. rundown keys  
                            4.  
                              Wed, Dec 6, 20065-4-9
                              Tue, Dec 5, 20063-0-9
                              Mon, Dec 4, 20066-1-8

                              Some Folks add(lottery math)

                                618

                                309

                            _________

                                917

                            Instead experiment

                             618  618  618  618

                             415  541  129  291

                            _________________

                             023  159  737  809

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                              1. 7859 9857       
                              2. 0182  2180     .
                              3. 3415  5413
                              4. Mich. nite Previous draw 892
                              5. balance that makes 829 

                                          1-5-8 Mich.nite Key digits

                                   I see the 1-5-8 surround

                                        the "2"

                                      141 came 12/7