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# TTT system

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georgia
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Hi all , was looking for TTT system fellow was trying to show me in lotto line yesterday. You use last two draws , one over the other , then add each digit , vertical and diag, then subtract each vertical and diag, then somehow end up with a 4 row TTT box, thats where he lost me. I searched the forums but havent found it yet? anyone recall the method?

thanks

stribman

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Sounds similar to this method Lucky posted about..

Not sure about the diaganol part, though..

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stribman

check this link started by shawn67 i think.  there are others goto resourses and put in ttt for search couple of weeks worth of reading.

enjoy

p8

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Looks interesting. I've never heard of it, but I like the concept.

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Another approach to TTT which I have not seen before. Don't be confused. From the looks of the diagram (exhibit A and B) there were no criss-cross involved with the addition and subtraction. The top addition/subtraction (+/-) is between the top and the bottom number. There will be two digits for the answer because there are two equations (+/-). The question now is how did 26 came from 4 + 8, and 4 - 8?

It's very simple.

There are 10 numbers in pick 3; (0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9)

The suggested addition/subtraction only acts as a language to move from the given number forward (addition), or backward (subtraction).

Data came from your chart for this demo.

427
836

Taking 4 and 8 on the first column and add/subtract them, from top to bottom. Doing so in traditional mathamatics will give 4 + 8 = 12, and 4 - 8 = -4

The given answer is 26, so none of the sum we just did matched up to 26. That's because the +/- acts as a language, using lotto math that means + to forward, and - to backward.

The 10 digits as follows:
0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9

First column, given a 4, so we start at number 4 from the chart. Then it says to +8, so we move to the right from 4 to increase 8 times. Once it reaches 9 it loops back to 0 and continue until the +8 exhausted itself. Starting out at 4, move forward 8 times; 5,6,7,8,9,0,1,2 the last number is 2.

Then we do the same thing to second part, this time we subtract (move backward), so from 4, we need to move back -8 times; 3,2,1,0,9,8,7,6 last number is 6.

That's how 26 came about for the answer under the column 4 and 8. Same thing applies to the second column; 2 and 3, third column; 7 and 6.
Hope that helps.

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Very interesting.

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Can' i get the direction again, because it running into the corner of my bar on the computer. Thanks

Did you find this to work.

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Can' i get the direction again, because it running into the corner of my bar on the computer. Thanks

Did you find this to work.

The left right bar should be on bottom of it so you can move it to the right.

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Striban I noticed that you said he used the last two evening draws and the number fell in the midday.  Does he use the two even draws to get possible numbers to play in midday and then use the last two midday draws to get possibilites to play in the evening?

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Striban I noticed that you said he used the last two evening draws and the number fell in the midday.  Does he use the two even draws to get possible numbers to play in midday and then use the last two midday draws to get possibilites to play in the evening?

Actually, I looked at the Georgia results and they were the two past DAY results and the winning number came out the next day on Daytime.

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Actually, I looked at the Georgia results and they were the two past DAY results and the winning number came out the next day on Daytime.

oldest number was on top of the recent number.

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stribman, can you do another example and maybe break it down a little better.  I am kind of lost.

Thank You.

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