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# Kentucky: 7/1 - 7/31/2009

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There's only 12 to be considered, remember I didn't say a Sum reduced down to make a Sum 9 (Sum 18 = 1+8 = 9), or any other Sum reduced down to make a Sum 9, I never use them that way I simply take them at face value easier to catch and less combos  to work with....

Ummm... I don't understand what you mean. But you have to admit there are a lot of sum 9s falling lately.

Only 12 what? Lol you have to speak slowly and with few syllables for me to grasp stuff.

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Ummm... I don't understand what you mean. But you have to admit there are a lot of sum 9s falling lately.

Only 12 what? Lol you have to speak slowly and with few syllables for me to grasp stuff.

I may have misunderstood U from the start , after all I'm not the sharpest knife in the drawer...

I think and I could be so wrong, but some call them Short Sums or Root Sums where certain Sums are added untill it become a Sum 9, example Sum 18 (1+8 = 9), 27 (2+7 = 9) 36 (3 + 6 = 9) all add up to Sum 9, if I look at this way then yes it is a lot of Sum 9's but I only look for the original 12 Sum 9's... Therefore I see only 2 Sum 9's that have fallen so far this month 027 and 009

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I may have misunderstood U from the start , after all I'm not the sharpest knife in the drawer...

I think and I could be so wrong, but some call them Short Sums or Root Sums where certain Sums are added untill it become a Sum 9, example Sum 18 (1+8 = 9), 27 (2+7 = 9) 36 (3 + 6 = 9) all add up to Sum 9, if I look at this way then yes it is a lot of Sum 9's but I only look for the original 12 Sum 9's... Therefore I see only 2 Sum 9's that have fallen so far this month 027 and 009

Ahhh ok. From what I've read, at least this is my understanding, I'm wrong daily, a short sum is the least significant digit in a sum; ( 456 = 4 + 5 + 6 = 15 | 1 + 5 = 6 ) The short sum of 456's sum 15 is 5 and the root sum would be 6.

But cool I see what you're saying now. I have a habit of grouping root sums and sums...

Either way, you nailed it.

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This is just a , but if a Sum 09 fell then something from the one up (Sum 10) and the one down (Sum 08) sequence could show...

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017 = 08.... 027 = 09..... 217 = 10

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08 ~ 125 134 170 260 350 ~ 008 116 224 332 440

09 ~ 126 135 180 234 270 360 450 ~ 009 117 225 441 ~ 333

10 ~ 127 136 145 190 235 280 370 460 ~  118 226 334 442 550

This is just a , but if a Sum 09 fell then something from the one up (Sum 10) and the one down (Sum 08) sequence could show...

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017 = 08.... 027 = 09..... 217 = 10

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08 ~ 125 134 170 260 350 ~ 008 116 224 332 440

09 ~ 126 135 180 234 270 360 450 ~ 009 117 225 441 ~ 333

10 ~ 127 136 145 190 235 280 370 460 ~  118 226 334 442 550

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Ahhh ok. From what I've read, at least this is my understanding, I'm wrong daily, a short sum is the least significant digit in a sum; ( 456 = 4 + 5 + 6 = 15 | 1 + 5 = 6 ) The short sum of 456's sum 15 is 5 and the root sum would be 6.

But cool I see what you're saying now. I have a habit of grouping root sums and sums...

Either way, you nailed it.

I call that making it something more than it need to be in order for me to play the Lottery, so I just take the Sums at face value like this 456 = 15, and to me it is less to deal with because what I look for is for those Sums to fall and form the  complete sequence 0 - 27 before the month is up and I can see what needs to show quicker if I don't lump them all together...

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I call that making it something more than it need to be in order for me to play the Lottery, so I just take the Sums at face value like this 456 = 15, and to me it is less to deal with because what I look for is for those Sums to fall and form the  complete sequence 0 - 27 before the month is up and I can see what needs to show quicker if I don't lump them all together...

Ahhhhh... gotcha! So which ones are due again?

Oh yeah here's my mid picks so far: 627-554-776-221-318-396-368

Hmmm, Can't forget about the eve to mid 2 digit return... 902-097

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BTW

The 364, 36 34 64 has yielded 3 hits since it last fell on 6/29 and something else just might fall from this list...

364 = 425 314 319 364 369 814 819 864 869

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Hey that 425 looks real good tommorow. It's right under the indicator 122 in the 009 rundown. They like to fall right up against the indicators.

You know a triple's gonna fall tommorow don't ya?

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Could be, the 250 fell on 7/01 25 20 50 and none of those pairs has returned yet, and none of the pairs from Monday's 485, 48 45 85 either, and the 42 from the double 442 on 6/19 also need to be considered in order to form the 425, but the 0 is cold and with the 009 falling on the Eve I'm just not sure, hey I still eyeballing it...

Also the play from Sat's Midday 726, 72 76 26 may have some barring, we already got part of the play from the Eve's play 698, 69 68 98, sooooo.

From Monday

Mid 4 8 5

Eve 0 2 1

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7/09

KY Midday ~ 346 DDH

Hot ~ 7 - 8

Hot ~ 6 - 9

Due ~ 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5

Cold ~ 0

The missing digits are 5 and 6... One or both of these could show in the Midday or Eve draw.

7/10

KY Midday

Hot ~ 3 - 4 - 6 - 7 - 8 - 9

Due ~ 1 - 2 - 5

Cold ~ 0

The missing digits are 5 and 7... One or both of these could show in the Midday or Eve draw.

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Great info. Thanks Ms Girlinga. I'm gonna look at it some more.

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Ky mid due digits: 0,2,5,7.  the hot digits are 8,9,1,3,6.  the due digit is the 0 out 7.  The due no match pair is 3-8 out 89.  The due doubles are 33,88,38,11,66,16,44,99,49,00,55,05,22,77,27.  The due roots are 5,2,7,3.

Ky mid is due:

• Triple
• Wild Match
•   Double
• All Even

By Position:

• 9-out 28
• 3-out 29
• 3-out 46

Due double Pairs:

• 11 out 69
• 33-out 67
• 99-out 57
• 88-out 54

The due vtracs are 1(0,5) out 3 and 3(2,7) out 2.  The due vtrac pair is 1-2: Pairs: 06,01,56,51.  the 44 vtrac has been out 54 draws: Pairs: 33,88,38.

Puzzle:

• 05 38 16
• 27 16 27
• 38 49 05

Due vtrac roots:

• 6-out 26
• 4-out 11
• 7-out 10
• 5-out 7
• 9-out 5

Due vtrac pairs for Friday mid:

• 35 vtrac-24,29,74,79
• 12 vtrac-01,06,51,56
• 22 vtrac-11,66,16

If you know your number is going to hit, have patience and then KILL IT!

You never know when you will get another hit.

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Wonder why the numbers are not posted??

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I don't know but if it is anything with an 00 in it..I am going to fall out.  I didn't get a chance to play anything.

If you know your number is going to hit, have patience and then KILL IT!

You never know when you will get another hit.

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This happens a lot lately, and the terminals being down at the stores. Maybe they're trying to psychologically manufacture the consent of the people to bring someone like Hargrove in to "fix" things.

"Criticism has plucked the imaginary flowers on the chain not in order that man shall continue to bear that chain without fantasy or consolation, but so that he shall throw off the chain and pluck the living flower."

"Workers of all lands unite!" ~Karl Marx

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