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# Straight Into The Heart Of "Absolute Versatility": Part II

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missouri
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Could I ask what numbers each letter represents?

that's what I was asking too! I'm really trying to get this but with the letters instead of numbers I'm just not getting it.

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I grouped them from the very beginning in this way:

A (012)

B (3456)

C (789)

There are now only three numbers to worry anything about.

Thank you!

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that's what I was asking too! I'm really trying to get this but with the letters instead of numbers I'm just not getting it.

Now, anytime that you see the digit "3" in the Pick 3 or 4 it is now every bit as much a 4, 5 or a 6; a 4 is every bit as much as a 3, 5,or a 6: a 5 is every bit as much as a 3, 4 or a 6; a 6 is every bit as much as a 3, 4 or a 5.

Among those 4 digits (3, 4, 5 and 6) there is only one to worry about now.

The single letter A represents either a 0, 1 or a 2 occurring.

The single letter B represents either a 3, 4, 5 or 6 occurring.

The single letter C represents either a 7, 8, or 9 occurring.

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Thank you!

You are very welcome.

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I grouped them from the very beginning in this way:

A (012)

B (3456)

C (789)

There are now only three numbers to worry anything about.

Thanks for posting your letter to number conversion.

I do work with numbers in groups. But I grouped mine differently for my own reasons.

For a three number group I use this. I use a number to represent a group.

1____1-3-6-8
2____024
5____579

I also do a four number group keeping the even odd and high low numbers in their own group.

MAGA

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Thanks for posting your letter to number conversion.

I do work with numbers in groups. But I grouped mine differently for my own reasons.

For a three number group I use this. I use a number to represent a group.

1____1-3-6-8
2____024
5____579

I also do a four number group keeping the even odd and high low numbers in their own group.

Jap69, that is impressive just to look at.

I don't get the 1 2 and 5 references, but to the right are Pick 3 and 4 type numbers I'm assuming.

I don't mean to be nosey though.

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If I can, tomorrow I'll try to redo that fiasco with the formatting problems for the sake of clarifying what I had intended.

See ya everyone.

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A B A

C B B

A B A

A A C

A C B

B C B

B B C

C B B

********

A B A

C B B

A B A

A A C

A C B

B C B

B B C

C B B

Two examples of different progressions occurring within the same span of numbers:

In the first example (at the very top) you will notice a progression occurring (illustrated in red in the extreme left column) and another progression occurring (illustrated in blue in the extreme right column). Both of those are to be perceived from the bottom going in an upward direction. Please notice that in the (red) progression the C is the "first occurrence" of a C and in the (blue) progression the A is the first occurrence of an A. Can you see that both progressions are "balanced"?

(red: remember that it is meant to be perceived from the bottom going up)

ABA

CBB

BBC

(blue: remember to perceive it from the bottom going up and from the extreme right column)

CBB

ABA

BBC

(Because that one depends on being percieved from the extreme right column, technically you can invert it like this so the human eye can perceive it in the more natural direction of left to right.)

Like this:

BBC

ABA

CBB

See how both the red and blue progressions are completed and balanced?

***

In the second example (beneath the top example) please note the occurrence of two progressions illustrated in green. (They are to be perceived moving in a downward direction):

ABA

AAC

ACB

***

ABA

BBC

CBB

Because both the middle and extreme right columns can be said to "dominate" for those two progressions, please view the progressions from either of those two columns.

Please note that both are "completed" and "balanced".

I want you to notice the presence of versatility within both examples.

Can you see how a number can be two or more things at the same moment because it can be involved in two or more progressions at the same moment?

If you have any difficulties understanding these examples please tell me and I will try to help you with it (in as much as I am able to).

Still problems with formatting correctly: all B's in the middle column of top example are supposed to be "black" and not red.

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Just disregard the last post.

It's not only the B's with the incorrect colors -- there are some other incorrect colors as well throughout.

You won't understand the idea(s) correctly that I am trying to show you with all those wrong colors.

If anybody has any ideas about how to correct for the incorrect colors let me know.

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A B A

C B B

A B A

A A C

A C B

B C B

B B C

C B B

********

A B A

C B B

A B A

A A C

A C B

B C B

B B C

C B B

Two examples of different progressions occurring within the same span of numbers:

In the first example (at the very top) you will notice a progression occurring (illustrated in red in the extreme left column) and another progression occurring (illustrated in blue in the extreme right column). Both of those are to be perceived from the bottom going in an upward direction. Please notice that in the (red) progression the C is the "first occurrence" of a C and in the (blue) progression the A is the first occurrence of an A. Can you see that both progressions are "balanced"?

(red: remember that it is meant to be perceived from the bottom going up)

ABA

CBB

BBC

(blue: remember to perceive it from the bottom going up and from the extreme right column)

CBB

ABA

BBC

(Because that one depends on being percieved from the extreme right column, technically you can invert it like this so the human eye can perceive it in the more natural direction of left to right.)

Like this:

BBC

ABA

CBB

See how both the red and blue progressions are completed and balanced?

***

In the second example (beneath the top example) please note the occurrence of two progressions illustrated in green. (They are to be perceived moving in a downward direction):

ABA

AAC

ACB

***

ABA

BBC

CBB

Because both the middle and extreme right columns can be said to "dominate" for those two progressions, please view the progressions from either of those two columns.

Please note that both are "completed" and "balanced".

I want you to notice the presence of versatility within both examples.

Can you see how a number can be two or more things at the same moment because it can be involved in two or more progressions at the same moment?

If you have any difficulties understanding these examples please tell me and I will try to help you with it (in as much as I am able to).

Still problems with formatting correctly: all B's in the middle column of top example are supposed to be "black" and not red.

Hi all...

Maybe you can clarify this for me ...

A=0,1,2

B=3,4,5,6

C=7,8,9

Last nights Pick 3 # in FL was 658

6 = B

5 = B

8 = C

Does this mean that ABA or CBB number combos may come out ?

For some reason, I see 892 and/or 594 coming out for tonight..oh well.

The 9 is a predominant # for tonights FL pick3... just feels right. Perhaps I should wheel 89254 and use those 10 combos...

Getting off-topic ,sorry ... Will review this more and see if I can put this puzzle together if possible.

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Hi all...

Maybe you can clarify this for me ...

A=0,1,2

B=3,4,5,6

C=7,8,9

Last nights Pick 3 # in FL was 658

6 = B

5 = B

8 = C

Does this mean that ABA or CBB number combos may come out ?

For some reason, I see 892 and/or 594 coming out for tonight..oh well.

The 9 is a predominant # for tonights FL pick3... just feels right. Perhaps I should wheel 89254 and use those 10 combos...

Getting off-topic ,sorry ... Will review this more and see if I can put this puzzle together if possible.

Omniscient

Hello Omniscient.

I wish it was as simple as seeing this occur in any last two drawings:

BBC

ABA

and then expecting that the CBB will appear the very next drawing to complete and balance it.

It doesn't work that way. AV is following it's own particular logic. All the progressions are very specific.

It is only occassionally that you will find the three that are needed to balance and complete the progression occurring in three consecutive drawings.

If I could just get those screwy colors to come up correctly!

I was hoping to eventually reach a point in which anyone who wanted to help me could work with me on some actual Pick 3 type lottery results. It's possible that any number of people could offer suggestions on the fly that just might prove to be solutions to some of the problems I'm having with the phenomenon. I mean, it might just be a "fresh pair of eyes" that will see some of these solutions.

Regards.

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I sent you a PM Grumple.

missouri
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Can you give us an example using numbers. I don't know about anyone else but it would sure help me. I get what you're saying about A=012 ect. but that doesn't make A only one number to worry about cause there are still three numbers that equal A. And how do you know when A is the first appearance cause 01and 2 come out all the time so how far do you go back to find A?

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Jap69, that is impressive just to look at.

I don't get the 1 2 and 5 references, but to the right are Pick 3 and 4 type numbers I'm assuming.

I don't mean to be nosey though.

"I don't get the 1 2 and 5 references, but to the right are Pick 3 and 4 type numbers I'm assuming."

the 1 2 and 5 are the numbers I use to identify each group.
I track my draw results in software and I need to use numbers for the groups.

All numbers to the right are the lottery numbers.

______________________________________________

I do not know what you are doing but this is the way I do it.

If you are coloring the A'S. Hi-lite the first A go select your color from the chart. Color your first A , When you select a color that color will remain present on the color selection in front of you.
Then proceed to the next A which you want to be the same color, Hi lite the A and go to color selection and just click on The color in front of you.
There is no need to repull the color selections when doing the same color.

Then when you want to do another color just pull the color chart and select your color. That color will remain in front of you until you want another color.

MAGA

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 Posted: April 11, 2007, 6:40 pm - IP Logged

Hello Omniscient.

I wish it was as simple as seeing this occur in any last two drawings:

BBC

ABA

and then expecting that the CBB will appear the very next drawing to complete and balance it.

It doesn't work that way. AV is following it's own particular logic. All the progressions are very specific.

It is only occassionally that you will find the three that are needed to balance and complete the progression occurring in three consecutive drawings.

If I could just get those screwy colors to come up correctly!

I was hoping to eventually reach a point in which anyone who wanted to help me could work with me on some actual Pick 3 type lottery results. It's possible that any number of people could offer suggestions on the fly that just might prove to be solutions to some of the problems I'm having with the phenomenon. I mean, it might just be a "fresh pair of eyes" that will see some of these solutions.

Regards.

"I was hoping to eventually reach a point in which anyone who wanted to help me could work with me on some actual Pick 3 type lottery results. It's possible that any number of people could offer suggestions on the fly that just might prove to be solutions to some of the problems I'm having with the phenomenon. I mean, it might just be a "fresh pair of eyes" that will see some of these solutions."

I do not know how much you have ciphered out with your number groups. I could post some things I have figured out.

MAGA

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