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Posted: February 17, 2010, 6:18 pm - IP Logged

   > This concept requires you to think in a totally different level, and the defintions for the Numbers as you know them do not apply!

In Math, you will find :
"Take away 9" when researching Digit Sum, but in Lotto and in Mirror numbers to be exact; it is : Take away 5, and put back 5!

The How to

  • If the Digit is 5 or greater ; you TAKE AWAY 5:


5 will be 0 (5-5= 0), 6 = 1, 7 = 2, 8 = 3, 9 = 4

  • If the Digit is less than 5 , you ADD(put back) 5:

4 will become 9, 3 = 8, 2 = 7, 1 = 6 and 0 = 5

Remmeber, It is not What numbers you play, It is How you play them!

    As you can see, we started with the digit 5 when taking away and ended with the digit 4; and started with the digit 4 when putting back and ended with the digit 5.....JUST LIKE A MIRROR IMAGE !!!! 

Example:

    The Mirror Number for Pick 3 result : 108 is 653 ( 1=6, 0=5, 8=3),for Pick 4 result : 1037 the Mirror Number is 6582 ( 1=6, 0=5, 3=8, 7=2 ).

The Mirror Numbers concept might not be obvious when you are tracking your State Daily Draws, and though those Mirrors might hit on occasions ( usually they will be Partial Mirrors as in 2 or more digits of the previous Draw showing up as a Hit in the Next Draw) BUT if you are an ALL-States Player, it is a very valuable tool!

   

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    Posted: February 17, 2010, 6:32 pm - IP Logged

       > This concept requires you to think in a totally different level, and the defintions for the Numbers as you know them do not apply!

    In Math, you will find :
    "Take away 9" when researching Digit Sum, but in Lotto and in Mirror numbers to be exact; it is : Take away 5, and put back 5!

    The How to

    • If the Digit is 5 or greater ; you TAKE AWAY 5:


    5 will be 0 (5-5= 0), 6 = 1, 7 = 2, 8 = 3, 9 = 4

    • If the Digit is less than 5 , you ADD(put back) 5:

    4 will become 9, 3 = 8, 2 = 7, 1 = 6 and 0 = 5

    Remmeber, It is not What numbers you play, It is How you play them!

        As you can see, we started with the digit 5 when taking away and ended with the digit 4; and started with the digit 4 when putting back and ended with the digit 5.....JUST LIKE A MIRROR IMAGE !!!! 

    Example:

        The Mirror Number for Pick 3 result : 108 is 653 ( 1=6, 0=5, 8=3),for Pick 4 result : 1037 the Mirror Number is 6582 ( 1=6, 0=5, 3=8, 7=2 ).

    The Mirror Numbers concept might not be obvious when you are tracking your State Daily Draws, and though those Mirrors might hit on occasions ( usually they will be Partial Mirrors as in 2 or more digits of the previous Draw showing up as a Hit in the Next Draw) BUT if you are an ALL-States Player, it is a very valuable tool!

       

    Hey Xthundercat!!! I told you about my dream singing, I hope you caught it!!!     The 539   Thanks for information here!

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      Posted: February 17, 2010, 7:49 pm - IP Logged

      thanks alot xtrhundercat, always open to learning thanks for the info!

      DG