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 Posted: January 14, 2007, 10:42 am - IP Logged

When looking for the missing vtrac do we look back to the vtrac that contained that particular number missing out of the vtrac or just the next time the vtrack hit?

I will give you an example...

515  v121

683  v244

133  v244

630  v241

344   v455

441  v552

127  v233

In the previous draws the #9 is missing. It would be v5 (4,9)  My question is, when looking to find the missing vtrac (v5) do I trace it back to when the last time 9 came out or to the last time a 4 or a 9 came out? last time it came out was 13 draws previous (950 v511)

So 4,9 paired up with a 1 from last time the 9 showed or with a 2 when the last time a v5 showed using the 4? Confused? I sure am! Thanks

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 Posted: January 14, 2007, 11:18 am - IP Logged

When looking for the missing vtrac do we look back to the vtrac that contained that particular number missing out of the vtrac or just the next time the vtrack hit?

I will give you an example...

515  v121

683  v244

133  v244

630  v241

344   v455

441  v552

127  v233

In the previous draws the #9 is missing. It would be v5 (4,9)  My question is, when looking to find the missing vtrac (v5) do I trace it back to when the last time 9 came out or to the last time a 4 or a 9 came out? last time it came out was 13 draws previous (950 v511)

So 4,9 paired up with a 1 from last time the 9 showed or with a 2 when the last time a v5 showed using the 4? Confused? I sure am! Thanks

You kind of do it like this..

5,4,3 are the due vtracs and the last combination was vtrac 121.  I would set them up like this:

• 5 4 3
•    2
• 1 2 1

I am only using the 2 in the middle because it has hit the most times.  According to this set up, the 5 is the most due vtrac.

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 Posted: January 14, 2007, 1:23 pm - IP Logged

You kind of do it like this..

5,4,3 are the due vtracs and the last combination was vtrac 121.  I would set them up like this:

• 5 4 3
•    2
• 1 2 1

I am only using the 2 in the middle because it has hit the most times.  According to this set up, the 5 is the most due vtrac.

Thanks for the reply... the 127 (v233) was the most recent number dropped... I am not sure if thats how you interpreted the info or not.

I know vtrac 5 is due as there was no #9 at all.... as for the v4 and v3 I am still confused how you come about those.

I guess I am wondering if I got to go back to when the number 9 was called when tracking the v5 or is it just the next v5 regardless if the 9 was called or the 4 was called in the v5.

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 Posted: January 15, 2007, 2:27 pm - IP Logged

I think you are getting confused is because you are worrying about the vtracs missing and actual digits.

I look for with vtrac is most due and play all the numbers in the string.. online.. \$2...

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 Posted: January 15, 2007, 2:36 pm - IP Logged

Just curious, tea, would it also be wise to play all the numbers in a Vtrac that is at its Max Skip?  I see a lot of those nationwide daily.

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 Posted: January 15, 2007, 2:39 pm - IP Logged

What I do.. if v5 is missing.. I look to see what it fell with last..  Say V3.. then find out what v3 fell with last and make my vtrac strings from those..  When I say play all the numbers , I mean all that fall within the vtrac.. ex..  543.. I play that string...

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 Posted: January 15, 2007, 2:42 pm - IP Logged

What I mean is that say just for example, that vtrac 234 has been out 70 draws, and that is the most it has ever been out in SC's history, would that be a good trigger to play those 8 numbers that are in there?

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 Posted: January 15, 2007, 2:49 pm - IP Logged

I see.. I dont look at the v234 to see the last time it was hit.. only single vtracs...

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 Posted: January 15, 2007, 2:51 pm - IP Logged

I see.. I dont look at the v234 to see the last time it was hit.. only single vtracs...

I get ya...you just play the v1 v2 v3 v4 or v5?

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 Posted: January 15, 2007, 3:48 pm - IP Logged

I look for the missing vtrac of the five and play what it fell with last... plus..

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 Posted: January 15, 2007, 4:34 pm - IP Logged

I look for the missing vtrac of the five and play what it fell with last... plus..

OK, now I see what your saying. So it doesn't matter if the v5 was represented by the 4 or the 9 to gain its posting, you just go back to the nearest v5 and see what came with it.

Thanks.

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 Posted: January 15, 2007, 5:37 pm - IP Logged

yes... I posted WC under bird's view.. I am not that fond of once a day draws.. Seems like they drag out forever..  However, read up on double vtrac return.. That helps narrow down picks.. and those doubles are very sweet..

I have only hit WC about  20 times in the last 3 years..  So it wasn't worth my time..

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