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Determining doubles with 1up/1down

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wpb's avatar - DiscoBallGlowing
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Posted: January 13, 2008, 12:25 pm - IP Logged

The old topic is locked so I am starting a new one. I have a question about the 023 workout

NC had 285 last  night. so I add 285+023=208.  so I have two double triggers. 20 and 08

I would make my double from 285 and they would be

200-211-222-223-224-225-226-227-228-229

088-188-288-388-488-588-688-788-888-889

500-511-522-533-544-555-556-557-558-559

Is this correct???

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    No one can answer this question?

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      Here is the link so that everyone can see to what wpb is referring:

      http://www.lotterypost.com/thread.aspx?tp=159335&q=Determining+doubles+with+1up%2F1down&rp=search&get=866013

      There is a link within the link above that will take you back to the original post authored by calabs. Below you will find  instructions by calabs.

       

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      Tntea - Using the 023 format (i.e. take the number and leave the first digit alone, add two to the second digit, and add 3 to the third digit).  So for example 20X (lets say the number is 206) then the new number would be 229.  Make sense?

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        Posted: January 13, 2008, 10:45 pm - IP Logged

        The old topic is locked so I am starting a new one. I have a question about the 023 workout

        NC had 285 last  night. so I add 285+023=208.  so I have two double triggers. 20 and 08

        I would make my double from 285 and they would be

        200-211-222-223-224-225-226-227-228-229

        088-188-288-388-488-588-688-788-888-889

        500-511-522-533-544-555-556-557-558-559

        Is this correct???

        Let's pull it all together.

         

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        Most know of the system which uses one up/one down from previous draws to come up with subsequent draws.  In addition to the one up/down a second set of numbers can be derived using the 023 formula (123 becomes 146) and so on.

        By accident I came across a way to determine when doubles will occur.  This system was back tested in NJ only so I'm not sure if it works in other states.  Anyway,  what I did was I backtested by looking for doubles (any doubles at this point).  I worked back 2-3 draws to see if there were any triggers for the doubles.  What I came up with was a series of numbers that was present before doubles fell which utilizes the 023 system.  Here are the trigger numbers:

        20X

        31X

        42X

        53X

        64X

        75X

        86X

        97X

        08X

        19X

        X09

        X10

        X21

        X32

        X43

        X54

        X65

        X76

        X87

        X98

        Now X is any number.  You'll see that in the case of the, i.e., 20X, by using the 023 rule, the number now becomes 22X.  From that point on all doubles are formed with the one up/one down system.  The same holds true with, i.e., X09.  By using the 023 rule, the number now becomes X22.  From that point on all doubles are formed with the one up/ one down system.  I should point out that the doubles that were generated from the one up/ one down were rarely the ones that fell, however, but if you like to play your favorite doubles, this may be a trigger to look for.

        Hoep this makes sense.  It appears to work quite reproducibly in NJ.  There were only a few times where it didn't work.  Try it in your state to see if it works.  I'll be keeping track of NJ to see if it keeps up.  425 fell midday, so I'm hoping to see doubles over the next few draws (448, 559, 660, etc.)

        I'd be interested to know if anyone has anything to add to refine this system.

         

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        Tntea - Using the 023 format (i.e. take the number and leave the first digit alone, add two to the second digit, and add 3 to the third digit).  So for example 20X (lets say the number is 206) then the new number would be 229.  Make sense?

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          Posted: January 13, 2008, 11:16 pm - IP Logged

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