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The Vtrac Transfer: Maloney \$tyle

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I am sure most people are familiar with sums. Instead of adding up the pick 3 draws #s to get the sum. I decided to add up the Vtrac Header #s. In previous posts that I have written concerning Vtracs I have used the term Header #, meaning the actual numerical name of the Vtrac. For example V123, the header # is 123 & when added 1+2+3=6. I only use Vtracs in the ascending order only, I do not use the various combinations of the Vtracs.

So...I started adding up the Vtrac header #s, then put the Vtracs with identical sums into groups. & as Vtracs regularly travel to neighboring states I found that when placing the Vtracs with identical sums into groups that the transfer between neighboring states could be seen more readily.

For example the following Vtracs are in:

Group 6:

 v123 012 017 062 067 512 517 562 567
 v114 003 008 053 058 503 508 553 558
 v222 111 116 161 166 611 616 661 666

Group 10:

 v145 034 039 084 089 534 539 584 589
 v235 124 129 174 179 624 629 674 679
 v244 133 138 183 188 633 638 683 688
 v334 223 228 273 278 723 728 773 778

I am not going to post the entire Vtrac set up in this manner because I believe you can do it yourself.

Here are a few examples for the east coast as to how the Vtrac groups transfer to neighboring states or repeat within the state. I will show some of the interior states later on. I am posting the sum of the Vtrac group not the actual Vtrac.

Sun. Nov. 7             Mon. Nov. 8    Tue. Nov. 9

Tri-State 8M, 7E      10M, 10E         9M, 7E

CT         13M, 10E    6M,   11E         4M,

NY          8M,  9E     8M,   13E         5M, 7E

NJ           9M,  6E     6M,    9E        12M, 6E

PA           9M,  3E     12M, 15E       10M, 8E

OH           6M, 11E    9M,  10E       12M, 11E

DE            ---    7E    9M,  12E         8M, 12E

MD           10M, 8E    7M,    9E       15M, 14E

DC           12M, 10E   10M, 9E         6M, 15E

VA            12M,  8E     8M, 9E         12M

NC            ---     5E     8M, 13E       14M

SC            ---     7E     8M,   8E         5M,  9E

GA            10M, 11E    11M, 8E        10M, 7E

FL               6M,   4E      9M, 8E          7M, 10

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I am sure most people are familiar with sums. Instead of adding up the pick 3 draws #s to get the sum. I decided to add up the Vtrac Header #s. In previous posts that I have written concerning Vtracs I have used the term Header #, meaning the actual numerical name of the Vtrac. For example V123, the header # is 123 & when added 1+2+3=6. I only use Vtracs in the ascending order only, I do not use the various combinations of the Vtracs.

So...I started adding up the Vtrac header #s, then put the Vtracs with identical sums into groups. & as Vtracs regularly travel to neighboring states I found that when placing the Vtracs with identical sums into groups that the transfer between neighboring states could be seen more readily.

For example the following Vtracs are in:

Group 6:

 v123 012 017 062 067 512 517 562 567
 v114 003 008 053 058 503 508 553 558
 v222 111 116 161 166 611 616 661 666

Group 10:

 v145 034 039 084 089 534 539 584 589
 v235 124 129 174 179 624 629 674 679
 v244 133 138 183 188 633 638 683 688
 v334 223 228 273 278 723 728 773 778

I am not going to post the entire Vtrac set up in this manner because I believe you can do it yourself.

Here are a few examples for the east coast as to how the Vtrac groups transfer to neighboring states or repeat within the state. I will show some of the interior states later on. I am posting the sum of the Vtrac group not the actual Vtrac.

Sun. Nov. 7             Mon. Nov. 8    Tue. Nov. 9

Tri-State 8M, 7E      10M, 10E         9M, 7E

CT         13M, 10E    6M,   11E         4M,

NY          8M,  9E     8M,   13E         5M, 7E

NJ           9M,  6E     6M,    9E        12M, 6E

PA           9M,  3E     12M, 15E       10M, 8E

OH           6M, 11E    9M,  10E       12M, 11E

DE            ---    7E    9M,  12E         8M, 12E

MD           10M, 8E    7M,    9E       15M, 14E

DC           12M, 10E   10M, 9E         6M, 15E

VA            12M,  8E     8M, 9E         12M

NC            ---     5E     8M, 13E       14M

SC            ---     7E     8M,   8E         5M,  9E

GA            10M, 11E    11M, 8E        10M, 7E

FL               6M,   4E      9M, 8E          7M, 10

Thanks Laverne!  Here is another masterpiece for LP members.  Got to look at this further.  Thanks so much for sharing.

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Thanks Laverne!  Here is another masterpiece for LP members.  Got to look at this further.  Thanks so much for sharing.

You are welcome win4life!

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Thanks Laverne, this information is very useful...

This can be made in to a very good filter :) using mid to mid draws and eve to eve draws.

THANK YOU!!!

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Thanks Laverne, this information is very useful...

This can be made in to a very good filter :) using mid to mid draws and eve to eve draws.

THANK YOU!!!

You are welcome!

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Examples of the Vtrac transfer for some interior states. Again, the same set up will used as above.

Nov. 8                   Nov. 9             Nov.10

MI 9M,  8E             11M,  5E          8M

IL  7M,  8E             10M,  6E          11M

IN  10M, 7E              9M,  5E           9M

MO 10M, 13E            8M,  11E         8M

KY  12M, 12E           10M, 15E         9M

TN  10M,  9E             8M,   5E         7M

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its much more difficult to play this way.

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I want to make a few points.

Nov. 8             Nov. 9         Nov. 10

NY           8M,   13E         5M, 7E         7M, 10E

NJ            6M,    9E        12M, 6E         5M, 11E

The 5 is newly introduced, when you look at the groups, usually when a group is new it will travel to neighboring state(s). & you know I love the states & dates method. Let's take a look at Oct. 7, 8, 9, 10 for NY:

Sun, Oct 10, 2010 Sat, Oct 9, 2010 2-4-3 (9) 1-3-7 3-1-2 (6) 7-0-1 3-5-5  (13) 2-4-9 4-5-3 (12) 8-4-2 2-4-3 (9) 1-8-7 1-5-4 (10) 0-4-3 3-4-2 (9) 2-3-1 1-3-4 (8) 5-2-8

For example on or around the same date only in a different month, this is happening now in other states as well.

NY:

Nov. 7, groups 8M, 9E. Same groups for Oct. 7. Look at how close the dates are & the groups as compared to on or around the current date.

DC, VA, NC, SC, GA & FL are transferring like crazy!

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Thanks to your system and some more filtering I hit 601 boxed  in FL mid draw

Thanks again!!!

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Thanks to your system and some more filtering I hit 601 boxed  in FL mid draw

Thanks again!!!

I am sooooooooooooooooooooo HAPPY for you!!!!! It makes me feel wonderful inside to know that I am bringing joy & yes winning\$ to someone!

& thanks for all of your good energy & positive replies!

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Vtrac Group 11 has been making it's rounds yesterday Nov. 11 & today Nov.12 throughout neighboring states.

Get out the U.S. map.

Vtrac Group 11 transferring to neighboring states.

Nov. 10 CT-11M & 11E.

NJ-11E.

Nov. 11    Nov. 12

CT-11E    OH-11M-From neighboring state PA.

PA-11M    NJ-11M-Repeat from previous day.

NJ-11M Repeat from previous day

DE-11E     MD-11M-From neighboring state DE.

NC-11E     NC-11M-Repeat from previous day.

DE-11M-Repeat from previous day.

This type of set up has happened before & it will happen again.

NJ has had Vtrac Group 11 four draws consecutively. CT has had Vtrac Group 11 three draws consecutively.

Their are so many states participating in the transfer. When you map it out meaning the east coast or interior states you will see the movement.

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Vtrac Group 11 has been making it's rounds yesterday Nov. 11 & today Nov.12 throughout neighboring states.

Get out the U.S. map.

Vtrac Group 11 transferring to neighboring states.

Nov. 10 CT-11M & 11E.

NJ-11E.

Nov. 11    Nov. 12

CT-11E    OH-11M-From neighboring state PA.

PA-11M    NJ-11M-Repeat from previous day.

NJ-11M Repeat from previous day

DE-11E     MD-11M-From neighboring state DE.

NC-11E     NC-11M-Repeat from previous day.

DE-11M-Repeat from previous day.

This type of set up has happened before & it will happen again.

NJ has had Vtrac Group 11 four draws consecutively. CT has had Vtrac Group 11 three draws consecutively.

Their are so many states participating in the transfer. When you map it out meaning the east coast or interior states you will see the movement.

The Vtrac Group 11: Nov.12 GA-M & then neighboring state FL evening Vtrac Group 11. Yet another transfer.

Group 11, I have taken out the duplicate #s.

26#s

v155 044 049 099 544 549 599

v245 134 139 184 189 634 639-FL-E-boxed 684-GA-M-boxed  689

v335 224 229 274 279 774 779

v344 233 238 288 733 738 788

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As I go through the draw results I have noticed that Vtrac groups 9, 10, 11 get the most circulation overall. However Vtrac group 8 appears in spurts. I have also noticed that when their is a cluster of the same Vtrac group their will be repeats.

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I dont understand how you put each vtrac into a group..i understand why 123, 222, and 144 and in group 6..because they add up to 6 right? What about the rest of the numbers in group 6?

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I dont understand how you put each vtrac into a group..i understand why 123, 222, and 144 and in group 6..because they add up to 6 right? What about the rest of the numbers in group 6?

rest of what numbers? u just named them. Its nothing but sums of vtracs. Keep in mind that 8,9,10 are the most drawn vtrac sums

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