|Posted: August 6, 2009, 7:39 am - IP Logged|
I've never seen anything like this before and would love to learn how it's read and what it represents. If you don't mind explaining to me, that is. Thanks!!
Check out the chart in the 8/1/09 NY thread to follow this explanation...
OK, heres the skinny on what I have observed about this system thus far...
I will use yesterday's NYM drawn number to explain...
Yesterday's number was 191. Highlight all instances of 191 where the 1-9-1 are "touching" on the chart.
Look at the 3 digit numbers thatsurround and are part of all of the instances of 191 that you havefound. You can compare those 3 digit numbers that you find with anyother workouts that you do to decide on what number(s) you choose toplay for next drawing or you can just select a number or numbers fromwhat you see associated with 1-9-1 on the chart.
There were only 2 instances of 1-9-1that were touching on the chart so you did not have to compare numbersfrom other areas of the chart if 1-9-1 had been located in other areastoo. Looking in that area, the numbers associated with 1-9-1 you will find the next day's drawn number: 091. The next day's number is often touching the previously drawn number.
In the early part of the month payattention to the digit count chart located between the two charts(where the digits turn red). When you see a digit with a low count of0 (white digit) or 1, use those digits to look for numbers surroundingor associated with the last drawn number. This really works well whenthere are few white digits to choose from.
Another thing to pay attention to isthe cube patterns in the chart where the same number can be created intwo directions using the numbers in the cube, e.g. 245 and 254 from thefollowing pattern:
I hope this helps.
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