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# the three plus system

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raleigh nc
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 Posted: June 7, 2008, 7:48 pm - IP Logged

certainly, three is an extremely significant number. the three plus system is an easy means of finding which numbers are most likely to occur in relation to other number.the method used to calculate this system is simple.

for example : let's say we see the number 089; the complimentary combination should be 458,,827,196,and so on. we determine these numbers by adding 369 again and again to 089.its impotant to note that the last integgers are in the three plus system. therefore while089+369+369+369=1196 only the last three numbers ( those interers found in the hundreds tens and ones columns) are considered and not the entire set of integers which create the actual sum of this equation.

you can used this same system with the pick 4.

so your numbers will be (196)

let me know what you think

Kunming
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 Posted: June 8, 2008, 1:48 am - IP Logged

certainly, three is an extremely significant number. the three plus system is an easy means of finding which numbers are most likely to occur in relation to other number.the method used to calculate this system is simple.

for example : let's say we see the number 089; the complimentary combination should be 458,,827,196,and so on. we determine these numbers by adding 369 again and again to 089.its impotant to note that the last integgers are in the three plus system. therefore while089+369+369+369=1196 only the last three numbers ( those interers found in the hundreds tens and ones columns) are considered and not the entire set of integers which create the actual sum of this equation.

you can used this same system with the pick 4.

so your numbers will be (196)

let me know what you think

Okay, I understand. You are using regular addition not lottery math. When do you stop adding? How many numbers do you pick? Have you back-tested this?

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raleigh nc
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 Posted: June 8, 2008, 9:24 am - IP Logged

Okay, I understand. You are using regular addition not lottery math. When do you stop adding? How many numbers do you pick? Have you back-tested this?

you only add 369 three times to the number

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