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Posted: June 4, 2010, 9:31 pm - IP Logged

Congrats to all the winner tonight.  That 316 keeps coming....SOOOO many times this year already!! 

Thanks for posting everyone, and good luck tomorrow!

Lep

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    Posted: June 4, 2010, 9:40 pm - IP Logged

    Midday draw for 05-Jun-2010

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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      Posted: June 4, 2010, 9:42 pm - IP Logged

      Hi Crow,

      Nice job with these pairs tonite!! I was doing a little improvising and had come up with the 316 for tonight from this QED. Unfortunately, I did forgo that selection to stay with the others, but was happy to see you had it nailed!! I will be a little more on top next time....should have had it!

      I do feel good about your remarkable accuracy here!

      Good Luck to you!

      Alan

      " QED Digits/Combinations " :

      SS1.) --- 35% --- { (972)-(278)-(234)-(942)-(235)-(236) }

      SS2.) --- 15% --- { (230)-(238)-(258)-(218)-(982)-(267) }


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        " Trend Digit Reduction Model Missing Combinations"

        (1100+.)- 169... {1%}

        (800+.)-  695... {1%}

        (600+. )- 590... {1%}

        (500+.)-  752-452-783-673...{2%}

        (400+.)-  531-290-421... {2%}

        (300+.)-  675-683-742-791-594-420-860-521...{3%}

        (200+.)-  794-170-231-057-372-854-014-851-789-962-561-730-146... {10%}

        (100+.)-   130-943-268-371-380-279-457-984-289-976-463-246-342-356-543-910-671-271-790-128-259-460-582-571-391-942-270-694-470... {20%}

        (50+.)-     389-126-764-256-678-482-785-564-593-390-129-180-160-350-480-278-379-120-693-864-630-260-490-340-483-670-145-147-392... {23%}

        (25+.)-     780-267-890-891-358-781-580-450-230-685-591-784-690-689-236-149-280-238-975-573-473-148-352-681-150-134-895-560-381-250-136... {37%}

        QED Digits/Pairs :

        SS1.) --- 35% --- { 37x)-(75x)-(78x) }

        SS2.) --- 15% --- { 23x)-(25x)-(28x) }

         

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          Congrats to all the winner tonight.  That 316 keeps coming....SOOOO many times this year already!! 

          Thanks for posting everyone, and good luck tomorrow!

          Calabs,

          You bring up an interesting point, and one my program tracks closely to determine stat probability. The numbers are breaking thier hit patterns established over the entire game history. Seven times the 136 combo in 2010, and the year is not 1/2 over. Shattering its own it cycle for last 3 decades. Another example is the 668. Four times this year is amazing when an all even double has established itself as maybe twice/three times, if at all each year. I have to attribute some of this anomaly to the state trying to crash the game to sabotage our analysis.

          Keeps us on our toes, thats for sure!

          Good Luck!

          Alan

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            Calabs,

            You bring up an interesting point, and one my program tracks closely to determine stat probability. The numbers are breaking thier hit patterns established over the entire game history. Seven times the 136 combo in 2010, and the year is not 1/2 over. Shattering its own it cycle for last 3 decades. Another example is the 668. Four times this year is amazing when an all even double has established itself as maybe twice/three times, if at all each year. I have to attribute some of this anomaly to the state trying to crash the game to sabotage our analysis.

            Keeps us on our toes, thats for sure!

            Good Luck!

            Alan

            Hey Alan, yes those extra draws may be throwing things off a bit.  We didn't have a vtrac 244 for the longest time.....now 318 has shown 3 times in a month (or so).  Makes me wonder! What?

            Those TTT's were picking up a hit almost everytime, and the keys were spot on most of the times. Now they have run dry. 

            Lep


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              Hey Alan, yes those extra draws may be throwing things off a bit.  We didn't have a vtrac 244 for the longest time.....now 318 has shown 3 times in a month (or so).  Makes me wonder! What?

              Those TTT's were picking up a hit almost everytime, and the keys were spot on most of the times. Now they have run dry. 

              Calabs,try running some of your statistical data against the percentage values in the Trend Digit Reduction Model Missing Combinations List...those Percentage values per 100+ groups seem to be accurate and are Akin to Sum Filtering...

              For some reason my lucks been a little dry here lately and I'm wondering if I haven't corrupted things using a variant Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle..

              I'm gonna try hitting my head on the wall a couple more times to see if I can knock some of the cobwebs out because things have gotten tougher .....

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                Calabs,try running some of your statistical data against the percentage values in the Trend Digit Reduction Model Missing Combinations List...those Percentage values per 100+ groups seem to be accurate and are Akin to Sum Filtering...

                For some reason my lucks been a little dry here lately and I'm wondering if I haven't corrupted things using a variant Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle..

                I'm gonna try hitting my head on the wall a couple more times to see if I can knock some of the cobwebs out because things have gotten tougher .....

                You're not alone crow....my head is killing me from all the head banging, but the cobwebs just won't come loose! lol 

                Perhaps it's just a void in the system universe that we need to get past?  :)

                Good luck to you!

                Lep

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                  Posted: June 5, 2010, 12:59 am - IP Logged

                  Midday draw for 05-Jun-2010

                  Key Digits rundown:

                  Key digit 3

                  347 349 357 359 034 035 134 135

                  234 235 037 039 137 139 237 239

                     

                  Key digit 6

                  467 469 567 569 046 056 146 156

                  246 256 067 069 167 169 267 269

                  Key digit 8

                  478 489 578 589 048 058 148 158

                  248 258 078 089 178 189 278 289

                  Lep

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                    6/5/10 M/E

                    146, 147, 148, 149, 156, 157, 158, 159, 167, 168, 169, 178, 179, 189, 234, 235, 236, 237, 238, 239, 245, 246, 247, 248, 249, 256, 257, 258, 259, 267, 268, 269, 278, 279, 289, 345, 346, 347, 348, 349, 356, 357, 358, 359, 367, 368, 369, 378, 379, 389

                     God Bless America

                     

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                      6/5/10 - Midday Results - 739 and 0993Lep

                      Congratulations to the winners

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                        6/5/10 M/E

                        146, 147, 148, 149, 156, 157, 158, 159, 167, 168, 169, 178, 179, 189, 234, 235, 236, 237, 238, 239, 245, 246, 247, 248, 249, 256, 257, 258, 259, 267, 268, 269, 278, 279, 289, 345, 346, 347, 348, 349, 356, 357, 358, 359, 367, 368, 369, 378, 379, 389

                        PartyWTG Wheeler, nice call on 379Party


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                          6/5/10 - Midday Results - 739 and 0993Lep

                          Congratulations to the winners

                          Starr,be on the alert the 2 digit is starting to inflate and its quite likely that it will come from those higher percentage groups from the MCTD List...


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                            " Trend Digit Reduction Model Missing Combinations"

                            (1100+.)- 169... {1%}

                            (800+.)-  695... {1%}

                            (600+. )- 590... {1%}

                            (500+.)-  752-452-783-673...{2%}

                            (400+.)-  531-290-421... {2%}

                            (300+.)-  675-683-742-791-594-420-860-521...{3%}

                            (200+.)-  794-170-231-057-372-854-014-851-789-962-561-730-146... {10%}

                            (100+.)-   130-943-268-371-380-279-457-984-289-976-463-246-342-356-543-910-671-271-790-128-259-460-582-571-391-942-270-694-470... {20%}

                            (50+.)-     389-126-764-256-678-482-785-564-593-390-129-180-160-350-480-278-120-693-864-630-260-490-340-483-670-145-147-392-780... {23%}

                            (25+.)-     267-890-891-358-781-580-450-230-685-591-784-690-689-236-149-280-238-975-573-473-148-352-681-150-134-895-560-381-250-136-379... {37%}

                            QED Digits/Pairs :

                            SS1.) --- 35% --- { (90x)-(91x)-(92x) }

                            SS2.) --- 15% --- { (82x)-(81x)-(12x) }

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                              " Trend Digit Reduction Model Missing Combinations"

                              (1100+.)- 169... {1%}

                              (800+.)-  695... {1%}

                              (600+. )- 590... {1%}

                              (500+.)-  752-452-783-673...{2%}

                              (400+.)-  531-290-421... {2%}

                              (300+.)-  675-683-742-791-594-420-860-521...{3%}

                              (200+.)-  794-170-231-057-372-854-014-851-789-962-561-730-146... {10%}

                              (100+.)-   130-943-268-371-380-279-457-984-289-976-463-246-342-356-543-910-671-271-790-128-259-460-582-571-391-942-270-694-470... {20%}

                              (50+.)-     389-126-764-256-678-482-785-564-593-390-129-180-160-350-480-278-120-693-864-630-260-490-340-483-670-145-147-392-780... {23%}

                              (25+.)-     267-890-891-358-781-580-450-230-685-591-784-690-689-236-149-280-238-975-573-473-148-352-681-150-134-895-560-381-250-136-379... {37%}

                              QED Digits/Pairs :

                              SS1.) --- 35% --- { (90x)-(91x)-(92x) }

                              SS2.) --- 15% --- { (82x)-(81x)-(12x) }

                              Crow,

                              Thanks for the breakout...I love it!

                              Must say that 049, 149, and 249 combos I feel are a must play, and your QED pairs are right there too; which bolsters my confidence in dropping a few extra pesos on them! Also the 12 consec is starting to become a very attractive play! I had laid off it hoping to better hit the timing of it's grand appearance!!

                              Good Luck Everyone!

                              Alan

                                 
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