|Posted: June 6, 2010, 5:22 am - IP Logged|
This is what I would do for Maryland using 34 front pair.
Notice I shaded in 3 and 4 from 3-4-8 mid. Tonight I would pick from the numbers
touching the 3. REMEMBER this state likes to repeat 1 or 2 digits and doubles
consider that when you pick your numbers.
The next draw numbers have a habit of appearing between the pairs
like 967 or 987. I hope you get a better pic now and how I use it. 516 looks good.
What numbers do you see?"
Sorry Bigdsing, I have been doing other things recently preventing me to keep up on this but I will look at it another day when I can give it some quality time. I am interested in two draws/day and mid to eve concepts, like we would follow our daily games. I would likely look at what you presented for quite some time before I could honestly give an answer that was worth anything. I am not ignoring you or the post but we all got priorities and I am deeply involved in several big ones. I spend quite some time on new systems I get involved in as part of the fun for me. I really am not in the game and honestly have new challenges I am working on. I do miss the studies and am kind of ‘hooked’ exploring them . Like I said, there is an idea kicking around in the back of my head about the game and it is not time yet. Your info post is interesting and I look forward to the day I can spend some time on this chart and observing mid-eve betting. Bad part is, the thrill is gone for me in playing and right now I am just another lurker. Keep posting, this is an exciting thread and I am sure many are following along.
I am gald I upgraded right away because digging in the archives is a blast for me. Only so many hours in a day!
Where is Stribman? From an old PM of mine where I could copy and paste what I had beed talking about. This is the way I set up a chart to look at and use. For some reason the bix outlines did not make the copy. each digit is in a box.
Been using it for some time. made some changes by what I call the wrap-a-round. I have looked at other chrts and this one is the best. I mark dbls as two digits and keep track of the number of locations showing on the left chart and right for all draws. I use several of these charts in different stages of development. The purple id the most recent hit followed by a light orange, orange and then red. I have not been too good at selecting the next draw from the chart directly, but the next draw usually follows the rule of including or touching the previous hit. I cannot believe you posted that and nobody had comment or question. just saw it tonight.
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