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Curious, you are probably winding up with some different numbers as you are using a whole different calculator altogether. So when I start flipping numbers,that is what is working better using my 12 digit. It gave me so many more hits doing that but maybe for you it's not so don't worry about doing that if just the mirror thing is working out for you. Perhaps  you may need to downsize to 12 digits because,remember,we only want to look at the first 3 or 4/ last 3 or 4 digits, not all those ones in between. Is that what is confusing you?

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LL,

So we are only looking at the numbers in bold??

Example: 307*956*506/3.14==15062168.039271370035295549515193

If so, that would be far better to work with...

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LL,

So we are only looking at the numbers in bold??

Example: 307*956*506/3.14==15062168.039271370035295549515193

If so, that would be far better to work with...

I'm not so sure here. Why are you starting after the decimal point? Just curious,curious!

If I were to do this equation,this is what I would wind up--

307x956x506/3.14 =

472952076433  =

150621680392  =

479686880229

Oh,I see now! The second string is your first string? How does that happen? But yes, you are correct. You would be only looking at the 0392  AND the 1506 in front and forget all the rest. Does that make more sense?

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Original Post by lottolaughs

Oh,I see now! The second string is your first string? How does that happen? But yes, you are correct. You would be only looking at the 0392  AND the 1506 in front and forget all the rest. Does that make more sense?

Indeed! Enlightened I am.

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Original Post by lottolaughs

Oh,I see now! The second string is your first string? How does that happen? But yes, you are correct. You would be only looking at the 0392  AND the 1506 in front and forget all the rest. Does that make more sense?

Indeed! Enlightened I am.

Alright! Now get yourself a winner today! As you can see Michigan's results last night would have had the straight IF you had turned your 9 upside down and mirrored it. You silly willy!   You were trying to make it harder then it has to be. Lottolaughs is a dummy in math so I try to keep it simple. This is probably one of the more "difficult" systems I've done but with a little practice,anyone can get the hang of it!

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BUMMER, LL. Please excuse the following as I am merely "considering", I am not making pointed questions. Just how my mind works I guess.

1506.0392 / 347

I was checking the totals of digits that had fell for eve and mid day combined as an experiment. Should I keep them (totals) separated as a best practice?

For instance Combined totals of digits for Mid and Eve, last combined 20 draws.

EVE    DAY

3/7/2007  8 1 3  9 5 6
3/6/2007  0 8 9  5 5 5
3/5/2007  8 8 8  6 7 6
3/4/2007  0 8 4  9 8 2
3/3/2007  7 6 1  6 4 2
3/2/2007  4 0 9  7 7 4
3/1/2007  4 3 1  1 5 4
2/28/2007 3 2 4  2 3 0
2/27/2007 5 6 3  9 7 7
2/26/2007 0 6 2  5 1 2

Combined totals, Mid and Eve:

0=5, 1=5 , 2=5, 3=4, 4=7, 5=7, 6=7, 7=6, 8=6, 9=5

Mid Day Only last 10 draws Mid to Mid:

0's=1

1's=2

2's=3

3's=1

4's=2

5's=5

6's=4

7's=5

8's=1

9's=3

This being stated, why did the 3 take precendence over the 0's, or even over the 8's? Could this be attributed to the recent fall of 8's in the eve drawing?

Why did 7 take precedence over the 5's?

With that said, what influenced the 4 over 0, 1, 2, and 8?

Eve Only, Last 10 draws eve to eve:

0's=4

1's=3

2's=1

3's=4

4's=4

5's=1

6's=3

7's=1

8's=6

9's=2

With this concept in mind, will that cause the 2, 5, or 7 to lead? I might say 7 as it is the "greater than" of the three, or the 2 as it has been out the longest.

followed by an 8, 6, or 4. Here I might say the 6 as it is less than the median of five. Eight's should be out due to recent flood of activity, or at least you would think.

ending with 2, 5, 7, or 9.....

Lol, what a mess.

726 / 523 / 765 / 195

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BUMMER, LL. Please excuse the following as I am merely "considering", I am not making pointed questions. Just how my mind works I guess.

1506.0392 / 347

I was checking the totals of digits that had fell for eve and mid day combined as an experiment. Should I keep them (totals) separated as a best practice?

For instance Combined totals of digits for Mid and Eve, last combined 20 draws.

EVE    DAY

3/7/2007  8 1 3  9 5 6
3/6/2007  0 8 9  5 5 5
3/5/2007  8 8 8  6 7 6
3/4/2007  0 8 4  9 8 2
3/3/2007  7 6 1  6 4 2
3/2/2007  4 0 9  7 7 4
3/1/2007  4 3 1  1 5 4
2/28/2007 3 2 4  2 3 0
2/27/2007 5 6 3  9 7 7
2/26/2007 0 6 2  5 1 2

Combined totals, Mid and Eve:

0=5, 1=5 , 2=5, 3=4, 4=7, 5=7, 6=7, 7=6, 8=6, 9=5

Mid Day Only last 10 draws Mid to Mid:

0's=1

1's=2

2's=3

3's=1

4's=2

5's=5

6's=4

7's=5

8's=1

9's=3

This being stated, why did the 3 take precendence over the 0's, or even over the 8's? Could this be attributed to the recent fall of 8's in the eve drawing?

Why did 7 take precedence over the 5's?

With that said, what influenced the 4 over 0, 1, 2, and 8?

Eve Only, Last 10 draws eve to eve:

0's=4

1's=3

2's=1

3's=4

4's=4

5's=1

6's=3

7's=1

8's=6

9's=2

With this concept in mind, will that cause the 2, 5, or 7 to lead? I might say 7 as it is the "greater than" of the three, or the 2 as it has been out the longest.

followed by an 8, 6, or 4. Here I might say the 6 as it is less than the median of five. Eight's should be out due to recent flood of activity, or at least you would think.

ending with 2, 5, 7, or 9.....

Lol, what a mess.

726 / 523 / 765 / 195

AAAHHHH. I knew it. 726 was my first choice for 3-8 eve.

I didn't even play it!! Of course it would not have been a straight hit, but DAY-UM! AND, I even had it in the right order when I posted....

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BUMMER, LL. Please excuse the following as I am merely "considering", I am not making pointed questions. Just how my mind works I guess.

1506.0392 / 347

I was checking the totals of digits that had fell for eve and mid day combined as an experiment. Should I keep them (totals) separated as a best practice?

For instance Combined totals of digits for Mid and Eve, last combined 20 draws.

EVE    DAY

3/7/2007  8 1 3  9 5 6
3/6/2007  0 8 9  5 5 5
3/5/2007  8 8 8  6 7 6
3/4/2007  0 8 4  9 8 2
3/3/2007  7 6 1  6 4 2
3/2/2007  4 0 9  7 7 4
3/1/2007  4 3 1  1 5 4
2/28/2007 3 2 4  2 3 0
2/27/2007 5 6 3  9 7 7
2/26/2007 0 6 2  5 1 2

Combined totals, Mid and Eve:

0=5, 1=5 , 2=5, 3=4, 4=7, 5=7, 6=7, 7=6, 8=6, 9=5

Mid Day Only last 10 draws Mid to Mid:

0's=1

1's=2

2's=3

3's=1

4's=2

5's=5

6's=4

7's=5

8's=1

9's=3

This being stated, why did the 3 take precendence over the 0's, or even over the 8's? Could this be attributed to the recent fall of 8's in the eve drawing?

Why did 7 take precedence over the 5's?

With that said, what influenced the 4 over 0, 1, 2, and 8?

Eve Only, Last 10 draws eve to eve:

0's=4

1's=3

2's=1

3's=4

4's=4

5's=1

6's=3

7's=1

8's=6

9's=2

With this concept in mind, will that cause the 2, 5, or 7 to lead? I might say 7 as it is the "greater than" of the three, or the 2 as it has been out the longest.

followed by an 8, 6, or 4. Here I might say the 6 as it is less than the median of five. Eight's should be out due to recent flood of activity, or at least you would think.

ending with 2, 5, 7, or 9.....

Lol, what a mess.

726 / 523 / 765 / 195

Curious,you are way ahead of me,wow! What a great mind,glad you're thinking up a storm. Now I don't follow root sums and totals of digits or any of that stuff. I guess I'm always looking for the mirrors and numbers,period! What I want to know is how you came about that 726? You had it! Geese Louise! It wasn't such a mess after all!  I'm awaiting your answer!

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Normally I am off by one digit EVERY day, and it has been getting frustrating. I have come across so many different formula's from brilliant people, your's and Kola's to mention a few, that I get overwhelmed with workouts, and lose sight of what is coming. I don't mess with sums or roots either, as I too chase the number.

Today I took yet another approach as mentioned above. I took the total of each representative digit for days and evenings (10 past draws each) and first added them together. By the way, do you think that is appropriate, or should I keep them separate? Totals for day and eve?

Anyway, there were X number of one's, X number of 2's and so on. When 374 fell, I was "Curious" as to why it took precedence over any other number, especially a larger number. The only logical conclusion I could dare explain was that there were fewer 3's as an overall representation.

Then I compared the previous evening draws with the current mid day draws that produced 374 and came up with 726.

Whew, sorry for the (slightly) palaverous answer...

For now I am stupified for tomorrows play.

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Normally I am off by one digit EVERY day, and it has been getting frustrating. I have come across so many different formula's from brilliant people, your's and Kola's to mention a few, that I get overwhelmed with workouts, and lose sight of what is coming. I don't mess with sums or roots either, as I too chase the number.

Today I took yet another approach as mentioned above. I took the total of each representative digit for days and evenings (10 past draws each) and first added them together. By the way, do you think that is appropriate, or should I keep them separate? Totals for day and eve?

Anyway, there were X number of one's, X number of 2's and so on. When 374 fell, I was "Curious" as to why it took precedence over any other number, especially a larger number. The only logical conclusion I could dare explain was that there were fewer 3's as an overall representation.

Then I compared the previous evening draws with the current mid day draws that produced 374 and came up with 726.

Whew, sorry for the (slightly) palaverous answer...

For now I am stupified for tomorrows play.

I hear the "one digit off" story a lot around here! Yes,very frustrating. My best suggestion for you and everyone, would be to do all of the workouts that you usually do and then find similiar numbers that keep coming up and play those only. I feel the same way, I've got a lot going on too,it gets confusing. Or another piece of advice would be to pick your favorite workout and just do a lot of backtesting. Take EACH of your favorite workouts and do the same,see which one works out the best. It may take some time but will save a lot of frustration in the end. Only by doing that will you be able to get a real feel for what the system is doing and how it's producing. And then again,you can piece the best parts of each all together and make a whole new system,how about that?

To answer your other question, since your game is mechanically ball drawn, I would keep the games seperate and count accordingly. Only if they are computerized, (like mine!) do I put them all together.

Brilliant.....LOL! Cute! Kola's the brilliant one. He's the "right pair" all of the time and I'm always the "one digit off"!  haha

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Thanks for the tips. I thought keeping them separate was a good idea as well, but I thought I better check. Whew. I don't know how you keep it straight.

I'm off to test stuff

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CHA-CHING WOOOOOT!! I played the 297 combo...YEE-HAA!

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Way to Go,Curious!!           Did you hit a straight or box?

That's very interesting,it was one more digit over in that string. I'm going to have to start using the calculator you are!!

15062168.039271370035295549515193

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ROFL!! I played it so many times they aren't going to know what to do. Let's just say the boxes alone are more than \$200. I will have to visit several C stores to collect.

PAYDAY!! I am just ecstatic!

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ROFL!! I played it so many times they aren't going to know what to do. Let's just say the boxes alone are more than \$200. I will have to visit several C stores to collect.

PAYDAY!! I am just ecstatic!

AWESOME Curious2k3. I hope you get many, many more!!!

WTG to you as well Brenda for planting the seeds!!!

"In the Beginning was the Point". According to Lottery Lore, these are the only words written in the long-lost ancient Pick 3 Codex - The Scroll of Harmony .Those who came later, The Lottery LoreKeepers, intuited the rest of the riddle as they charted the Point's evolution through TIME by connecting its periods and exposing relationships that predict the next draw(7th): "The Point(1st draw) was born, began to grow and in its bold adolescence became the line(2nd draw), knew young adulthood in the triangle(3rd draw), stable maturity by the square(4th draw), older age as the pentagon(5th draw), and embraced 'death' in the hexagon(6th draw). Here lies the CIrcle of a lottery draw's life and it is Immutable; For as the Point seeds, flowers and fruits, it is changed but essentially unchanged, as it forever rises in ReBirth(7th draw)"

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