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# My New 2010 3-digit Chart for all States

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Michigan
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would this chart work for nc ? tonight # was 478

The first thing is to find each column that has 478 in it.  The digits must be touching.  Like you can't have a 4 at the very top and a 8 at the very bottom - they have to be connected to each other.

Copy and paste the columns here that contain 478.  Color the digits 4-7-8 red.  Use the number at the very top of each column to identify what column(s) you find.  For instance, the very first column is #0 (zero) and the very last column is #9.    Or copy the entire chart and use red to color each digit in 4-7-8.  Once you do step #1, we can move on to step #2.

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I live in NC & am wondering are we looking for the same 3 digit combos in all columns that the 478 hit in?

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It wouldn't matter what State a person is from, if 478 hit, you look for the columns where it appears.  Everyone that had a 478 fall will be looking at the same columns.  Hope that answers your question.

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The first thing is to find each column that has 478 in it.  The digits must be touching.  Like you can't have a 4 at the very top and a 8 at the very bottom - they have to be connected to each other.

Copy and paste the columns here that contain 478.  Color the digits 4-7-8 red.  Use the number at the very top of each column to identify what column(s) you find.  For instance, the very first column is #0 (zero) and the very last column is #9.    Or copy the entire chart and use red to color each digit in 4-7-8.  Once you do step #1, we can move on to step #2.

thank truecritic just to see if iam on the right track iam looking at lines 1,2,and 6

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It wouldn't matter what State a person is from, if 478 hit, you look for the columns where it appears.  Everyone that had a 478 fall will be looking at the same columns.  Hope that answers your question.

What I meant to say was: are we looking for combinations that repeat? For example: in column 1 & 2 you can make 476 & in columns 1 & 6 you have 938. . . these are just examples. (Thanks in advance!!!)

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@Czech

I second sticking with the original chart as posted by destiny.

If you find your version easier, go ahead and use it personally.   The more variations that show up, the harder it is going to be for newcomers.

\$\$\$ YOU GOTTA BE IN IT TO WIN IT \$\$\$

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thank truecritic just to see if iam on the right track iam looking at lines 1,2,and 6

Last winner = 478.  Columns 1,2 and 6 are correct.

0     1     2     3     4     5     6     7     8     9

9     0     1     2     3     4     5     6     7     8

10    21    32    43    50    60    70    81    92    03

84    95    06    19    24    31    41    52    63    74

25    36    47    57    68    75    82    93    04    15

76    87    98    08    19    29    36    47    58    69

3     4     5     6     7     8     9     0     1     2

The next step is to locate the numbers for today's midday draw.  You look for numbers connected to each "478."  If you look for every possible combination, there will be many.  Most people are not playing every combination - most will narrow the numbers down to a few.

Here are some examples - not at all saying you should play these. Just using them to illustrate examples.  It is best that you pick and choose your own choices to play.

Column 1 = 367 567 536

Column 2 = 064 495 206

Column 6 = 701 426 012

If todays midday is a double, you would play your same choices, again, for evening (until a 6-way number comes out).

If you have anymore specific questions, post and I'll try to answer them...

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What I meant to say was: are we looking for combinations that repeat? For example: in column 1 & 2 you can make 476 & in columns 1 & 6 you have 938. . . these are just examples. (Thanks in advance!!!)

Ah! Now I get it.

In my tests, it was neither better nor worse than numbers that show up in only one column.  The bottom line would be, if you like it, play it, regardless if it shows up in one column or 3 columns.

Any other questions?

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@Czech

I second sticking with the original chart as posted by destiny.

If you find your version easier, go ahead and use it personally.   The more variations that show up, the harder it is going to be for newcomers.

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Box hit today.

Pa midday: 580

Pa Eve:852

Played it 528.

0

9

10

84

25

76

\$\$\$ YOU GOTTA BE IN IT TO WIN IT \$\$\$

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Box hit today.

Pa midday: 580

Pa Eve:852

Played it 528.

0

9

10

84

25

76

Hey Deepop:

I'm learning to play the numbers I pick, str/box, and box.

That will get me \$150.00 if it doesn't come straight.

Good Luck.

The Struggle is real!

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Last winner = 478.  Columns 1,2 and 6 are correct.

0     1     2     3     4     5     6     7     8     9

9     0     1     2     3     4     5     6     7     8

10    21    32    43    50    60    70    81    92    03

84    95    06    19    24    31    41    52    63    74

25    36    47    57    68    75    82    93    04    15

76    87    98    08    19    29    36    47    58    69

3     4     5     6     7     8     9     0     1     2

The next step is to locate the numbers for today's midday draw.  You look for numbers connected to each "478."  If you look for every possible combination, there will be many.  Most people are not playing every combination - most will narrow the numbers down to a few.

Here are some examples - not at all saying you should play these. Just using them to illustrate examples.  It is best that you pick and choose your own choices to play.

Column 1 = 367 567 536

Column 2 = 064 495 206

Column 6 = 701 426 012

If todays midday is a double, you would play your same choices, again, for evening (until a 6-way number comes out).

If you have anymore specific questions, post and I'll try to answer them...

Thanks Truecritic for explaining... i have been wanting to use this for nc since the beginning of the thread and was having the hardest time......i was experiencing the "hindsight syndrome"...lolol wanted to ask for an example for nc but noticed that everytime someone asked for help, they were directed back to 'read the directions'... the directions have never been the problem for me....so thanks for the example...already know what i want to play tonight!!!

It is.....what it is!!!!!!!

Blakeslee,Pennsylvania
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Hey Deepop:

I'm learning to play the numbers I pick, str/box, and box.

That will get me \$150.00 if it doesn't come straight.

Good Luck.

Thanks for the tip.

\$\$\$ YOU GOTTA BE IN IT TO WIN IT \$\$\$

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Thanks Truecritic for explaining... i have been wanting to use this for nc since the beginning of the thread and was having the hardest time......i was experiencing the "hindsight syndrome"...lolol wanted to ask for an example for nc but noticed that everytime someone asked for help, they were directed back to 'read the directions'... the directions have never been the problem for me....so thanks for the example...already know what i want to play tonight!!!