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# Finding The Missing Digit: Maloney \$tyle

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Hello there, I am sure most members have viewed my posts concerning the missing digit for a particular state in the Pick 3 Forum. This may work for one draw states as well. I have decided to post the very, very simple system so that you can do it yourself. Here we are:

1.Take out a sheet of paper

2. Get the draw results for your state.

3. Start with the digit 0. Look for it starting with the immediate draw, keep looking down the list of draw results ...if the digit is coming up on a week missing, (sometimes it can be 5 days missing & a hit may happen the next day or so) then it is indeed a candidate for an upcoming draw, hopefully very very soon.

4. Continue in this same manner with the digit 1 until you reach the digit 9. You are checking digits 0 through 9.

__________

After you have found the missing digit, look at that same draw to perhaps make pairs. Or get a list of #s & play singles or doubles that contain the missing digit.

If by chance you have found two or more missing digits that are missing at the same time compare them to your workouts for # selections & or use the recommendation above.

Here are a few links showing the missing digit in action when it appears:

The following links show a previous draw where two digits were used to select the winning hit. In some cases the digit that was missing will continue to appear in consecutive draws.

Feb. 25: TN The Missing Digit Is... - Lottery Post Forums

Feb. 21: Missouri's Missing Digit... - Lottery Post Forums

Feb. 24: Kentucky, The Missing Digit Is... - Lottery Post Forums

If you want to see more of my posts showing examples of various states with the missing digit go to the Pick 3 Forum.

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And for New York eve the missing digit is 3,

in third position,

it has been out for 122 draws....

Go for it!

lasas3

An onion a day keeps everyone away!!!

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And for New York eve the missing digit is 3,

in third position,

it has been out for 122 draws....

Go for it!

Paurths I do not handle the missing digit in that manner. It is combined for both midday & evening. I do not want to get anyone confused.

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ok, sorry for my post.

lasas3

An onion a day keeps everyone away!!!

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Sorry for the late post.  Shoveling snow lol.

Missing Digits - Saturday Feb 27  The numbers that are circled are greater than 10 draws or have a skip of 10 or more that also contain 2 or more digits >= 10 (In all positions)

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 Posted: February 27, 2010, 1:49 pm - IP Logged

I should have added that the number highlighted is the current skip for that digit.

If you would like the Excel files here is the donwload link:

http://www.box.net/shared/je03zznco4

1.  Create a new folder and call it whatever you like.

3.  Open the P3StateDraws.xls Excel file first

4.  Go to the main menu and select File > Open and then locate the 2nd Excel file MissingDigits.xls in the folder you created

5.  In the MissingDigits.xls Excel file.  Click the Tab labeled "States" (first tab).  This has all the Toolbars for every state including the Canadian Pick 3 draws.

You can also click the (3) main Toolbars at the top.  "Click All Midday States", "Click All Evening States", or "Click All Combined States".  This will calculate every states Pick 3 drawings.

Don't need to do this now since I just posted the chart in the previous post.

There is a post by WinD from awhile back about states that have 3 or more digits that have a current skip of 10 or more.  I think he calls them "stinkers".  Currently there are no "stinkers" lol.

Good Luck!!

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Winsumloosesum, the two postings above...is this your interpretation of the steps that I have listed here?

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Winsumloosesum, the two postings above...is this your interpretation of the steps that I have listed here?

I'm taking all postions for the Pick 3 and calculating the digit(s) that has the highest skips.

Is how you are calculating digits?

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I'm taking all postions for the Pick 3 and calculating the digit(s) that has the highest skips.

Is how you are calculating digits?

No winsumloosesum.

You must read the steps very, very carefully. I said nothing about "taking all postions for the Pick 3 and calculating the digit(s) that has the highest skips".

Winsumloosesum, follow the steps & actually perform them & you will understand. You will only find one digit in my postings when you go back & look at them. Look at the links that I have posted.

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No winsumloosesum.

You must read the steps very, very carefully. I said nothing about "taking all postions for the Pick 3 and calculating the digit(s) that has the highest skips".

Winsumloosesum, follow the steps & actually perform them & you will understand. You will only find one digit in my postings when you go back & look at them. Look at the links that I have posted.

OK, this may help a little to clear things up a bit.  If I'm interpretting what winsum is saying, I think it is essentially the same thing as Laverne is.  The position of the missing number does not fit into the equation in this system. If winsum is taking all positions and finding the longest skip, that's basically what he's doing as well.  Here is an example from NJ.

Sat, Feb 27, 2010 Fri, Feb 26, 2010 Thu, Feb 25, 2010 Wed, Feb 24, 2010 4-1-5 0-3-1 1-5-9-8 0-2-6-7 6-8-6 8-0-9 3-2-6-4 1-2-4-8 1-8-9 0-6-0 4-9-2-8 4-6-1-1 2-3-3 6-0-3 5-8-7-3 1-1-4-2 9-1-2 4-6-1 4-9-2-0 8-1-1-4 9-3-8 2-9-3 3-6-1-3 5-2-4-8 0-3-8 3-0-7 3-7-1-5 1-1-7-3

The digit 7 was last seen on Feb 21 eve.  Combining midday and evening, the 7 is not in either draw.  This is a candidate for this missing digit method. It's been missing for 7 days (starting Sun, Feb 28). It is time to look for the digit 7 to show very soon.  The point that Laverne was eluding to on pairing numbers from the previously seen number (307), was to pair the missing 7 with either a 3 or a 0.  This happens a lot when a pair from the previous number shows in the next number containing the missing digit.

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Hello there, I am sure most members have viewed my posts concerning the missing digit for a particular state in the Pick 3 Forum. This may work for one draw states as well. I have decided to post the very, very simple system so that you can do it yourself. Here we are:

1.Take out a sheet of paper

2. Get the draw results for your state.

3. Start with the digit 0. Look for it starting with the immediate draw, keep looking down the list of draw results ...if the digit is coming up on a week missing, (sometimes it can be 5 days missing & a hit may happen the next day or so) then it is indeed a candidate for an upcoming draw, hopefully very very soon.

4. Continue in this same manner with the digit 1 until you reach the digit 9. You are checking digits 0 through 9.

__________

After you have found the missing digit, look at that same draw to perhaps make pairs. Or get a list of #s & play singles or doubles that contain the missing digit.

If by chance you have found two or more missing digits that are missing at the same time compare them to your workouts for # selections & or use the recommendation above.

Here are a few links showing the missing digit in action when it appears:

The following links show a previous draw where two digits were used to select the winning hit. In some cases the digit that was missing will continue to appear in consecutive draws.

Feb. 25: TN The Missing Digit Is... - Lottery Post Forums

Feb. 21: Missouri's Missing Digit... - Lottery Post Forums

Feb. 24: Kentucky, The Missing Digit Is... - Lottery Post Forums

If you want to see more of my posts showing examples of various states with the missing digit go to the Pick 3 Forum.

What ???  Paper ?  No Excel program ?  That means a pencil or pen has to be used !!!!   I actually have to get the results of my own state myself!!!  That requires me actually doing for myself.

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OK, this may help a little to clear things up a bit.  If I'm interpretting what winsum is saying, I think it is essentially the same thing as Laverne is.  The position of the missing number does not fit into the equation in this system. If winsum is taking all positions and finding the longest skip, that's basically what he's doing as well.  Here is an example from NJ.

Sat, Feb 27, 2010 Fri, Feb 26, 2010 Thu, Feb 25, 2010 Wed, Feb 24, 2010 4-1-5 0-3-1 1-5-9-8 0-2-6-7 6-8-6 8-0-9 3-2-6-4 1-2-4-8 1-8-9 0-6-0 4-9-2-8 4-6-1-1 2-3-3 6-0-3 5-8-7-3 1-1-4-2 9-1-2 4-6-1 4-9-2-0 8-1-1-4 9-3-8 2-9-3 3-6-1-3 5-2-4-8 0-3-8 3-0-7 3-7-1-5 1-1-7-3

The digit 7 was last seen on Feb 21 eve.  Combining midday and evening, the 7 is not in either draw.  This is a candidate for this missing digit method. It's been missing for 7 days (starting Sun, Feb 28). It is time to look for the digit 7 to show very soon.  The point that Laverne was eluding to on pairing numbers from the previously seen number (307), was to pair the missing 7 with either a 3 or a 0.  This happens a lot when a pair from the previous number shows in the next number containing the missing digit.

Calabs, Pardna'...Pardna'...Pardna'...

That is a great explanation!

In using the NJ example above.,

Look for a 0...anywhere in any position...has it appeared within the five to seven days...if not then it is a candidate for a missing digit. If it has appeared then it is not a candidate for a missing digit.

Look for a 1...anywhere in any position...has it appeared within the five to seven days...if not then it is a candidate for a missing digit. If it has appeared then it is not a candidate for a missing digit.

Continue on...2 - 9.

Look for a 7...anywhere in any position...has it appeared within the five to seven days...if not then it is a candidate for a missing digit. If it has appeared then it is not a candidate for a missing digit.

That's it!

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What ???  Paper ?  No Excel program ?  That means a pencil or pen has to be used !!!!   I actually have to get the results of my own state myself!!!  That requires me actually doing for myself.

LOL!!!!!!!!!!

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 Posted: February 27, 2010, 11:21 pm - IP Logged

Hello there, I am sure most members have viewed my posts concerning the missing digit for a particular state in the Pick 3 Forum. This may work for one draw states as well. I have decided to post the very, very simple system so that you can do it yourself. Here we are:

1.Take out a sheet of paper

2. Get the draw results for your state.

3. Start with the digit 0. Look for it starting with the immediate draw, keep looking down the list of draw results ...if the digit is coming up on a week missing, (sometimes it can be 5 days missing & a hit may happen the next day or so) then it is indeed a candidate for an upcoming draw, hopefully very very soon.

4. Continue in this same manner with the digit 1 until you reach the digit 9. You are checking digits 0 through 9.

__________

After you have found the missing digit, look at that same draw to perhaps make pairs. Or get a list of #s & play singles or doubles that contain the missing digit.

If by chance you have found two or more missing digits that are missing at the same time compare them to your workouts for # selections & or use the recommendation above.

Here are a few links showing the missing digit in action when it appears:

The following links show a previous draw where two digits were used to select the winning hit. In some cases the digit that was missing will continue to appear in consecutive draws.

Feb. 25: TN The Missing Digit Is... - Lottery Post Forums

Feb. 21: Missouri's Missing Digit... - Lottery Post Forums

Feb. 24: Kentucky, The Missing Digit Is... - Lottery Post Forums

If you want to see more of my posts showing examples of various states with the missing digit go to the Pick 3 Forum.

Thanks Laverne for sharing.  I have seen this work over and over again since you started posting the missing digits.  AWESOME!!!!

Calabs you did a fine job of explaining how to tie in the previous draw with the missing digit to get the hit.

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Thanks Laverne for sharing.  I have seen this work over and over again since you started posting the missing digits.  AWESOME!!!!

Calabs you did a fine job of explaining how to tie in the previous draw with the missing digit to get the hit.

You are welcome Win4life!... thanks for the warm words!

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