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# ...And A Partridge In A Pair Tree System...

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Sunny California
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Who's got their 12 digit handy? Emmy,Shawn,Astekblue? You know who you are out there!

And if you don't have one yet, WHY NOT?

Got a new one cooked up here in my big stew pot of systems. Let's see how it works for everyone.

Using Texas for example, Let's Make A Pair Tree!

Jan 20 evening draw--414

414/3.14 x222 = 292  (only looking at first 3 numbers)

Take the 292 now and +51,52,53,54,55 and 56 to FRONT PAIRS going down. Add +1,+2,+3 to the last number (2) and place them on both sides of your "pair tree trunk".

+51

292

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3        70      3

4      71      4

5      72      5

73

74

Now let's see what came up,373 straight. As you can see the pairs are the core of your numbers. You could play the third digit from either side, front or back. See which way they fall more in your state during your backtesting.

 Tue, Jan 27, 2009 8-3-6, Sum It Up: 17 Mon, Jan 26, 2009 3-4-6, Sum It Up: 13 Sat, Jan 24, 2009 8-2-8, Sum It Up: 18 Fri, Jan 23, 2009 3-7-3, Sum It Up: 13    373 STRAIGHT Thu, Jan 22, 2009 3-4-3, Sum It Up: 10 Wed, Jan 21, 2009 0-6-0, Sum It Up: 6 Tue, Jan 20, 2009 4-1-4, Sum It Up: 9   STARTING NUMBER    414

An example for you Shawn in Oklahoma,here's your pretty tree of numbers--

647/3.14 x222 =457

+51

457

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8      96    8

9      97    9

98     0

99

00

 Sun, Jan 25, 2009 0-9-8                   098 STRAIGHT Sat, Jan 24, 2009 6-6-1 Fri, Jan 23, 2009 0-7-9 Thu, Jan 22, 2009 1-4-6 Wed, Jan 21, 2009 6-7-4 Tue, Jan 20, 2009 6-4-7               STARTING NUMBER

Anyone wanting an example? Just something new to try! Have Fun!

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Yes like to have an example for NC  please

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can you do example of ga 292

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on the second example how did you get the 890????

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Yes like to have an example for NC  please

Let's do a current example using last night's draw--233 to see how it does in NC. Watch these for the next few days and see if any of them show. Do you have a 12 digit?

233/3.14 x222 = 164

+51

164

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5       67      5

6       68      6

7       69      7

70

71

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on the second example how did you get the 890????

I'm plussing down in order from the 7 on the end.

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Hey Captain LL -  Checking in.

love to nibble those micey feet.

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Yes I have one.  Thank you for the example

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There she is! Hugs to you too,kitty kat!  Here's a Georgia example for you and brighteyes. Testing it out for the next few!

292/3.14 x222 = 206

+51

206

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7       71       7

8       72       8

9       73       9

74

75

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hi can you do ohio 859

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ty, is there a way to pick thru the numbers or play them all like  771  872  973 774 is that right????    what did you mean when you asked about a 12 diget number

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also  how do i know what sum to look for????????

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ty, is there a way to pick thru the numbers or play them all like  771  872  973 774 is that right????    what did you mean when you asked about a 12 diget number

7       71       7

8       72       8

9       73       9

74

75

Yes,it sounds like you've got the hang of it but you'd also go 772 773 774 775 etc. I believe it would be 30 numbers altogether if you played them both ways using the 7,8, and 9 or just choose a side whether you want to play the pairs front or back and it would only be 15 numbers. Of course you would compare these with your other workouts,also.

To do future calculations you would need a 12 digit calculator, that's what I meant.

I don't work with sums so that would have to be something you would have to track. Good idea,though, combine systems!

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hi can you do ohio 859

Sure thing!

859/3.14 x222 =

+51

607

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8    11      8

9    12      9

0    13      0

14

15

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if you have one that adds up to 10 example

51

540       would it be  05  not carry the 1 of the 10

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