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# The Big Kahuna

Topic closed. 8 replies. Last post 9 years ago by lottolaughs.

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Sunny California
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 Posted: July 30, 2007, 5:02 pm - IP Logged

New little something to try out for those of you with 12 digit calculators.

Been trying this out on a few states,decided to use KENTUCKY here for example.

Thurs and Fri draws were--663 and 130

Add them together using regular math.

663 +

130 =

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793

Now we will put a 1 in front of 793 = 1793

00059

00060

00071

00082

1793

As you can see I am just taking the last 2 digits and doing a backwards rundown.  Now we will minus 1 from each of those numbers.

59 -1 = 58

60 -1 = 59

71 -1 = 70

82 -1 = 81

Put the 17 back in front of these new digits.

1758

1759

1770

1781

Now we will divide each of these by 3.14, pressing = sign 4 times total and concentrating

on first 4/last 4 digits--

1758/3.14 = 5598  1464  1783  9447  5678  7474  1808   6838

1759/3.14 = 5601  2802  1784  0344  5681 3821  1809  5102

1770/3.14 = 5636  7515  1795  7361  5717  3633  1820  5997

1781/3.14 = 5671  2229  1806  1283  5752  3449  1832  6894

Next night,Sat. draw was 838

Sun. draw was 108

Sometimes I try square rooting the numbers instead of dividing by pi. Try each to see which works best for you.

Bottom line here--if you were playing a buck a number it would have cost you \$64 to play all of these--first 3/last 3.

You would have hit straight first night--3 boxes second night.

Take care and Good Luck as always!!

Norfolk , Va
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 Posted: July 30, 2007, 6:00 pm - IP Logged

Thanks LottoLaughs!!

Good Luck,

Blackie.

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 Posted: July 30, 2007, 6:04 pm - IP Logged

I am so surprised you haven't burnt that calculator out yet!

Good Luck!

Stavros

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 Posted: July 30, 2007, 6:06 pm - IP Logged

I am so surprised you haven't burnt that calculator out yet!

Those numbers must be smokin' hot.....lol

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 Posted: July 30, 2007, 6:32 pm - IP Logged

You're very welcome kids. And yes, I'm just about ready for a new one!

It's a three alarm fire over here,lol

One more suggestion with this system-- always put 17 or 18 in front of your new digits. This seems to work best, the magic numbers!

Have fun!

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" 1758/3.14 = 5598 1464 1783 9447 5678 7474 1808   6838

1759/3.14 = 5601 2802 1784 0344 5681 3821 1809 5102

1770/3.14 = 5636 7515 1795 7361 5717 3633 1820 5997

1781/3.14 = 5671 2229 1806 1283 5752 3449 1832 6894

Next night,Sat. draw was 838 "

1758/3.14 = 5598 1464 1783 9447 5678 7474 1808   6838

My calculator on my computor keeps coming up with the last number being 6839. Am I doing something wrong?

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 Posted: July 31, 2007, 6:39 pm - IP Logged

Add them together using regular math.
663 +
130 =
793

When you say using regular math, does that mean carring the one when it applies?

What do I do if the total is , for example, 1008 ?

658 +
350 =
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1008

Sunny California
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 Posted: July 31, 2007, 10:32 pm - IP Logged

Hi reddog,

I'm sure you are doing nothing wrong. The computer calculator will give you different calculations then a regular 12 digit. That's why it is coming out one number off. To use this system to it's best advantage you would have to use a 12 digit. They are usually less then \$20 at your local Office Depot.

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 Posted: July 31, 2007, 10:40 pm - IP Logged

And yes, please carry the one just like in regular math.

When you wind up with a total such as 1008 just leave the 1  as is.

Now minus back from your 08--

0064 =63

0075 =74

0086 =85

0097 =96

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1008

Now you would -1 again from your new 4 digits.

Here would be your numbers now to divide by pi--

1063

1074

1085

1096

Also try ,as I suggested, putting 17 or 18 in front of these instead of the 10. There are so many variations. Keep playing around with it until you start seeing frequent hits using your old results. I'm sure it will differ for every state.

Let me know what happens,thanks!

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