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# Balance System with the pair twist. Please help btest

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Please back your state for this new twist to lotterybraker's balance system.

Ok.  Knowing that playing pairs only requires 10 numbers.  The sum string are sometimes longer or shorter depending on the sum to balance.

With this find the sum for the last number drawn.  Example:

366 was drawn last night in TN.    Sum of 15 right... Balance would be 12 right...

Now the pair twist would be the pairs that make the balance which is 12.

12=  39 48 57 66       pairs

Today TN got 448

It would require picking a pair to run.. or all pairs for the total play of \$10.00 online for all pairs making the sum 12 which is the balance.    488   a double bringing in \$75.00...

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Balance Pair Twist chart

How to use.  If the balance is 12... look under sum 12 for pairs to play.

 Sum 2 11 Sum 3 12 Sum 4 12  22 Sum 5 14  23 sum 6 24  15  33 sum 7 16  25  34 SUM 8 17  26  35  44 SUM 9 18  27  36  45 SUM 10 19  28  37  46 SUM11 29 38 47 SUM 12 39 48 57 66 SUM 13 49 58 67 SUM 15 69 78 SUM 16 79 SUM 17 89 SUM 18 99

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Balance Pair Twist chart

How to use.  If the balance is 12... look under sum 12 for pairs to play.

 Sum 2 11 Sum 3 12 Sum 4 12  22 Sum 5 14  23 sum 6 24  15  33 sum 7 16  25  34 SUM 8 17  26  35  44 SUM 9 18  27  36  45 SUM 10 19  28  37  46 SUM11 29 38 47 SUM 12 39 48 57 66 SUM 13 49 58 67 SUM 15 69 78 SUM 16 79 SUM 17 89 SUM 18 99

great post tntea im trying to learn thank you

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TN.. Looking for the Sum   13 or pairs that make sum 13= 49 58 67

Hot pairs for TN... Be on look out.

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this looks interesting Tntea..but that is how we learn by experimenting and trying little twist here and there..we all are looking for something that will run smoothe and VERY QUICK..noone likes to wait..not even me..hahaha

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this looks interesting Tntea..but that is how we learn by experimenting and trying little twist here and there..we all are looking for something that will run smoothe and VERY QUICK..noone likes to wait..not even me..hahaha

I hear you...

I was hoping you would look at this and back test a state and see if you see anything to add..

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yeah..I will pic a state out and do some testing on this and see if we can spot something new for everyone..may take me a few days..Friday is my Babys B'day..she is 7 tomorrow my little girl..seems like yesterday she couldnt even crawl and now if she runs I cant catch her..hahahaha

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yeah..I will pic a state out and do some testing on this and see if we can spot something new for everyone..may take me a few days..Friday is my Babys B'day..she is 7 tomorrow my little girl..seems like yesterday she couldnt even crawl and now if she runs I cant catch her..hahahaha

I hear you...

7 is  sweet age.   Is she decorating her own cake.

We are going to allow my grandson JP do his own cake next month.  He will be five.  The pictures will make a great book.

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 MD30 numbers 369,360,361,362,363,270,271,272,273,274,450,451,452,453,454364,365,366,367,368, 275,727,726,728,729,456,457,458,459,455 GA30 numbers 660,661,662,663,664,665,666,667,668,669480,841,842,843,844,845,846,847,848,849570,571,572,573,574,575,576,577,578,579 KY30 Numbers 290,291,292,293,294,295,296,297,298,299380,381,382,383,384,385,386,388,387,389470,471,474,747,478,475,472,476,479,472

Here is a balance Twist pair test...

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Thank you, tntea, for all of your hard work.  I will try this in GA.  Also, many thanks to you too, lotterybraker.

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Thank you, tntea, for all of your hard work.  I will try this in GA.  Also, many thanks to you too, lotterybraker.

You are welcome

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tntea in your example 366 and sum is 15 (3+6+6), how do you come up with the Balance of 12? Do you add the last 2 numbers 6+6=12?

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tntea in your example 366 and sum is 15 (3+6+6), how do you come up with the Balance of 12? Do you add the last 2 numbers 6+6=12?

Hi MichDew,

First, know that there are a total of 28 possible SUMS and 220 possible combinations for the pick 3 game. Each of the 220 possible combination's SUM equals one of the 28 possible SUMS listed below.

00-01-02-03-04-05-06-07-08-09-10-11-12-13-14-15-16-17-18-19-20-21-22-23-24-25-26-27

Now, I will reverse the above list of SUMS and the vertically aligned SUMS from above and below will become each other's balance SUM.

27-26-25-24-23-22-21-20-19-18-17-16-15-14-13-12-11-10-09-08-07-06-05-04-03-02-01-00

Look at the top list of SUMS and find 15. Now look straight down from 15 to the SUM in the bottom list and you will see that 12 is vertically aligned with 15. 12 is 15's balance SUM and visa versa.

Steve

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Another quick way to get the balance sum of a sum is by this equation.

(27 - SUM) = Balance SUM

(27 - 15) = 12

27 is always the known constant.

JadeLottery could probably make this more mathematically correct than I have here, but that's the way I understand it.

Steve

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TN.. Looking for the Sum   13 or pairs that make sum 13= 49 58 67

Hot pairs for TN... Be on look out.

I can see you coming up with the sum for that draw and getting the sun for the next draw, or finding numbers that equals a sum, Where do the 3rd digit comes in?

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