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# The Vertical Method :Position Isolation Snippets

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I will make this brief and as easy to understand as possible so not to confuse anyone like before.Alot has changed since the last time I posted my method and it seems to be terminally consistent with the exception of when a triple falling or duplicate digits falling in the same position

Facts:You will hit str8 more than box with the assumption you are correctly reading things.(landing a box is still an enigma to me with this method but they do happen)

<You need to use the last 3 or more digits for any given position

< At least 1 position has everything to do with a recent play4 draw(if your state has 2 draws)

<Every posistion string is based on a principle of 1more **equal to** or 1less

<If you can digest for example why  12345 is 1 less than 22446 then you can do this

Let's use floridas mid  today as our first example pretending the draw didn't happen yet....

The peach color denotes where I believed the first posistion of the midday will derive from

The yellow is what we need to match up....SO ...for our first posistion,the string goes--  ? 6,1,5,6

clearly this will be a case of "1 more" than the peach string>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>         3,6,1,5,5

I've rearranged the first posistion string in midday so it's easier on your eyes in relation to the peach string in eve

Can you see how the 4 digit evolved today?  Ifso I will use other examples

Sat, Jun 13, 2009 Fri, Jun 12, 2009 Thu, Jun 11, 2009 Wed, Jun 10, 2009 4-9-6 6-7-5-6 1-2-5 0-8-5 1-8-2-2 8-2-9-9 6-0-6 4-5-5 7-3-9-1 4-0-3-4 5-9-2 1-5-1 5-6-6-4 1-2-7-6 6-9-2 3-1-6 2-5-7-3 4-7-6-2 6-3-0 5-1-3 5-7-0-9 9-0-9-9 1-5-4 6-2-1 0-1-6-9 2-1-2-7 4-0-5 7-4-3 9-1-8-5 4-3-5-6 4-6-2 9-6-1 2-8-1-9 0-7-8-9 5-2-1 8-4-6 6-1-0-6 4-8-9-3 5-4-9 2-8-7 8-5-8-3 7-6-5-1

I will do this all in segments at my own leisure and it will all be in "snippets" of various states of 1 posistion

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Thanks Jonny,

Im with you so far. Will be keeping an eye on this.

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"Can you see how the 4 digit evolved today?"  Ifso I will use other examples

I don't, but I appreciate you starting this thread. Will you give some more detail about how the digit 4 evolved?

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"Can you see how the 4 digit evolved today?"  Ifso I will use other examples

I don't, but I appreciate you starting this thread. Will you give some more detail about how the digit 4 evolved?

I just reread your post. How many draws of the Play 4 ,are you using? Also, are you using both of the Play 4 draws, Mid & Eve?

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"Can you see how the 4 digit evolved today?"  Ifso I will use other examples

I don't, but I appreciate you starting this thread. Will you give some more detail about how the digit 4 evolved?

no prob carbob....

I generally will use the last 3 digits for any given position<what's highlighted in yellow in the above example> and weigh them against other nearby vertical activity/strings..so for example I was looking around for anything vertically with a "1-6-5" 1-6-4 or 1-6-6.I noticed in the eve there is a digit run that consists of a 3-1-6-5-5 ...so  at a minimum we know the 3 could be a contender for the first posistion..but relooking at the midday string it's really 6-5-6-1<which is what's highlighted>...so because there is 2  6's in the midday string and only one in the eve string,it is presumptive that the first digit is likeliest to be a "4"

all it is carbob is number runs...in this case  31655 ...  41665...because of the 2 sixes,it forces the next number to be one higher or equal to the parallel digit string

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no prob carbob....

I generally will use the last 3 digits for any given position<what's highlighted in yellow in the above example> and weigh them against other nearby vertical activity/strings..so for example I was looking around for anything vertically with a "1-6-5" 1-6-4 or 1-6-6.I noticed in the eve there is a digit run that consists of a 3-1-6-5-5 ...so  at a minimum we know the 3 could be a contender for the first posistion..but relooking at the midday string it's really 6-5-6-1<which is what's highlighted>...so because there is 2  6's in the midday string and only one in the eve string,it is presumptive that the first digit is likeliest to be a "4"

all it is carbob is number runs...in this case  31655 ...  41665...because of the 2 sixes,it forces the next number to be one higher or equal to the parallel digit string

Thanks for explanation, very creative thinking.

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Thank You so much JonnyB for this thread!!!!

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no prob carbob....

I generally will use the last 3 digits for any given position<what's highlighted in yellow in the above example> and weigh them against other nearby vertical activity/strings..so for example I was looking around for anything vertically with a "1-6-5" 1-6-4 or 1-6-6.I noticed in the eve there is a digit run that consists of a 3-1-6-5-5 ...so  at a minimum we know the 3 could be a contender for the first posistion..but relooking at the midday string it's really 6-5-6-1<which is what's highlighted>...so because there is 2  6's in the midday string and only one in the eve string,it is presumptive that the first digit is likeliest to be a "4"

all it is carbob is number runs...in this case  31655 ...  41665...because of the 2 sixes,it forces the next number to be one higher or equal to the parallel digit string

I am no numbers person by any means.. but could you consider what fell this mid-day as CLOSE

664  there is the 4 ( not in the first pos I know, but it is there) and you mentioned double 6's

...am I getting this ????

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No I think that the 4 was referring to yesterday's mid-day draw 496, the two 6's that were mentioned is referring to the two 6's in the string of numbers for position 1.  I could be wrong but this is my assumption. :-) Trying to figure it out also.

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So using this information Jonny, the isolation string for the evening draw tonight would be 1,0,4,1 (135, 085, 455, 151) and the comparison string that I found to use was in the mid-day from dates range of 6/6/09 to 6/10/09 5,4,0,2,2 (405, 154, 630, 692, 592) which was closest to this string. Looking for 104, 103, or 105, but using this since its 4,0,2....am I still right at this point, or do I need another comparison string.

? 4 0 1 1
5 4 0 2 2

So is the digit 6 (+1) or is 5 (5), or is it 4 (-1)

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I am no numbers person by any means.. but could you consider what fell this mid-day as CLOSE

664  there is the 4 ( not in the first pos I know, but it is there) and you mentioned double 6's

...am I getting this ????

the "strings" just give away 1 position Mme..here's an excerpt from GA mid which is "1 less"  and is a perfect example of a recent play 4 affecting vertical activity..and this is about as easy as it will get to understand   1less  * equal to * or 1 more than..The second position in the midday totally played off the evening play 4 on june 11th...can you see how it ended up being a 7 in the middle position?

the middle position  formed a scenario that makes 1 less than the play 4

play 4 was   7  0   2   4

<yellow> our last 3 digits were  ?  0   1   3        for the middle position     (I rearranged it so it's easier on your eyes and mind....

Sun, Jun 14, 2009 Sat, Jun 13, 2009 Fri, Jun 12, 2009 Thu, Jun 11, 2009 Drawing Date Pick 3 Pick 4 Midday Evening Midday Evening 8-7-8 xxxxx 0-8-3-7 xxxxxx 6-3-4 7-1-8 2-6-4-3 9-7-4-6 1-0-9 5-2-3 9-9-7-1 8-6-8-6 3-1-9 8-3-4 9-4-8-6 7-0-2-4

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MICRO you got it!!!!!!!!!

THANK YOU SWEET JESUS!!!!!!!!!...I've been dying for someone to get where I'm coming from!...you are right on point,but always scour around as there may be more references with similar parallel strings/digit runs

What I use all the time is out of the three positions,2 you will have to find the vertical parallel and 1 is always part of a recent play4..end of story..that's all there is to it!

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Thank You Jonny and Micro for explaining this further, I have to print this out and get a couple of pencils ready...LOL!!!!

I'll try some new plays this weekonce again- Thank You!!!

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Okay, I'm going to try your system JonnyBGood, and if I deep fry my brain I won't be able to post anymore!  :-).  That could be a good thing!

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Well Jonny look like this string was right because P1 was actualy 4, (5-1)

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