|Posted: September 29, 2009, 1:25 pm - IP Logged|
I'm going to incorporate JAP's list here.
Take each of JAPs lines, add them up. For each sum you get, multiply it by 3. If your answer is a 2 digit number, use that on a master list or
add the 2 numbers together if they total more than 59.
If your sum is a three digit number, break it down to 2 digits....ex. 153 = 15 53, if that doesn't suit, take it one step more and subtract
lowest from highest, 53 - 15 = 38, use that as a master list number. The reason to take it one step more is to not be left with double numbers
Use different digits such as 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 or a favorite number as a multiplier. It doesn't always have to be 3. 3 is insignificant as far as being a
key number that must always be used. It's just a low number to multiply your total's of JAP's lines by.
Don't know if this is what you're looking for but adds a twist to just looking at a list and selecting some numbers from 1 - 59.
There's a bunch of ways to put some spice into play, of course, with a heavy dose of luck one will work.