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# NO Workouts-NO Software, Just My Mind...

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The Key to my Mind's System is to separate the numbers by their partners

and use the partners to replace the original numbers and use regular knowledge

like flipping 6's and 9's, 2's and 5's, and using mirrors when necessary....

Partners

0,2,4

1,3

5,7,9

6,8

You will only use numbers that have 2 odds and 1 even or 1 odd and 2 evens.

Always use the "ODD NUMBER OUT" and the middle number for permutations.

In an example we will use Illinois-10/27/2010   6-7-3

619 919 616 615 915 912 612

781 725 775 225 747 735 973

666 660 665 002 220 552 610

We have not had a winner yet we will watch the draws and continue accordingly.

What you will begin to notice over time is that you will have numbers that show

up more than once in the permutations. Just so you know it is kind of a work-out

but I literally do them in my head in a few secs. lol

Last but not least, keep track of each permutation because you may see

one number go up or down and many times the permutation needs to be

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Also, i found that when you have 2 numbers with the same mirror digit  it is best to play that entire vtrac string. It can also be used as a double trigger.

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6-7-3

Full Permutation

691 651 991 951

661 621 446 921

646 606 996

191 011 669

641 016

694 566

941 771

776

716

719

711

Numbers to play (35) for IL upcoming draws

691 651 991 951 661 621 921

606 016 566 446 646 996 191

011 669 641 694 941 771 776

716 719 711 781 725 775 225

747 735 973 666 002 220 552

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IL mid  9-9-2 very close

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Can you give a step by step example using the 673?

How does one use the partners?

What is the odd # out?

Their seems to be a great deal of details missing along with examples.

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How are you coming up with the permutations?

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Can you give a step by step example using the 673?

How does one use the partners?

What is the odd # out?

Their seems to be a great deal of details missing along with examples.

Its very simple laverne.

How does one use the partners?  you replace the number with its partner

1 becomes 3

6 becomes 8 etc.

What is the odd # out? the odd number out is the number that does not agree with the other two. 673, the 6 is the "odd number out" because its the only even.

901

037 035

032

030 etc

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many times, when you do the permutations you will see that prevous drawn numbers may agree sometimes. this will let you know if you are on the rite track

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Its very simple laverne.

How does one use the partners?  you replace the number with its partner

1 becomes 3

6 becomes 8 etc.

What is the odd # out? the odd number out is the number that does not agree with the other two. 673, the 6 is the "odd number out" because its the only even.

901

037 035

032

030 etc

What does the 901 represent?

How do you know when to use the mirror?

In the 673 example how do you arrive at the permutations?

Is the information that you have given us directly from mind the poster or your interpretation?

I am asking questions because I am having to piece it together.

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6-7-3

Full Permutation

691 651 991 951

661 621 446 921

646 606 996

191 011 669

641 016

694 566

941 771

776

716

719

711

Numbers to play (35) for IL upcoming draws

691 651 991 951 661 621 921

606 016 566 446 646 996 191

011 669 641 694 941 771 776

716 719 711 781 725 775 225

747 735 973 666 002 220 552

There is the 719 bx.

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What does the 901 represent?

How do you know when to use the mirror?

In the 673 example how do you arrive at the permutations?

Is the information that you have given us directly from mind the poster or your interpretation?

I am asking questions because I am having to piece it together.

No this is from my mind. The 901 is an example. Please Carefully read above, in regards to your other questions.

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Also, i found that when you have 2 numbers with the same mirror digit  it is best to play that entire vtrac string. It can also be used as a double trigger.

In the beginning of the post you said "use the mirror when neccessary...", then you make the above statement. Would this be where one would use the mirror when neccessary?

Jordans121 is this what you are saying below?

Oct. 24, 2010 Illinois midday draw 065. The 0 mirrors the 5 & the 5 mirrors the 0. The following Vtrac would have been implemented?

 v121 010 015 060 065 510 515 560 565

So if the 5s within the Vtrac would have been flipped into 2s, the choices would have been 012, 062, 210, 212, 260, 262. The Illinois Oct. 24 evening was 212. It was a winning boxed combination.

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In the beginning of the post you said "use the mirror when neccessary...", then you make the above statement. Would this be where one would use the mirror when neccessary?

Jordans121 is this what you are saying below?

Oct. 24, 2010 Illinois midday draw 065. The 0 mirrors the 5 & the 5 mirrors the 0. The following Vtrac would have been implemented?

 v121 010 015 060 065 510 515 560 565

So if the 5s within the Vtrac would have been flipped into 2s, the choices would have been 012, 062, 210, 212, 260, 262. The Illinois Oct. 24 evening was 212. It was a winning boxed combination.

Great explanation Laverne!  Looks like you are on to somethin Laverne.

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Great explanation Laverne!  Looks like you are on to somethin Laverne.

WTG all Winner\$.

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669 Str8! 2 hits in one day

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