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How does one use LDR(Shortsum) for there strategy?

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Posted: January 13, 2011, 2:16 am - IP Logged

I understand Sum, Roots but LDR puzzles me. How would I use the LDR in my lets say, the Pick 3? Can anyone enlighten me about this? Thanks.

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    Posted: January 13, 2011, 9:45 am - IP Logged

    <Moved to Pick 3 forum>

    Please post in the appropriate forum ... thank you.

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      Posted: January 13, 2011, 10:17 am - IP Logged

      I understand Sum, Roots but LDR puzzles me. How would I use the LDR in my lets say, the Pick 3? Can anyone enlighten me about this? Thanks.

      The table LDS 0-LDS 9, is courtesy of Win D, LDR or LDS, mean the same, 068=Sum 14= LDS 4. Must be tracked separately.

       

      This is the #220 number chart the doubles are included  with the #120 (6 way numbers).

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        0     1     2     3     4     5     6     7     8     9
      000 001 002 003 004 005 006 007 008 009
      019 029 011 012 013 014 015 016 017 018
      028 038 039 049 022 023 024 025 026 027
      037 047 048 058 059 069 033 034 035 036
      046 056 057 067 068 078 079 089 044 045
      055 119 066 111 077 113 088 115 099 117
      118 128 129 139 112 122 114 124 116 126
      127 137 138 148 149 159 123 133 125 135
      136 146 147 157 158 168 169 179 134 144
      145 155 156 166 167 177 178 188 189 199
      226 227 228 229 239 249 222 223 224 225
      235 236 237 238 248 258 259 269 233 234
      244 245 246 247 257 267 268 278 279 289
      299 335 255 256 266 339 277 359 288 333
      334 344 336 337 338 348 349 368 369 379
      389 399 345 346 347 357 358 377 378 388
      479 489 444 355 356 366 367 449 459 469
      488 579 499 445 446 447 448 458 468 478
      569 588 589 599 455 456 457 467 477 559
      578 669 679 689 699 555 466 557 558 568
      668 678 688 779 789 799 556 566 567 577
      677 777 778 788 888 889 899 999 666 667
        0     1     2      3     4     5    6     7      8    9

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        Posted: January 13, 2011, 10:55 am - IP Logged

        I understand Sum, Roots but LDR puzzles me. How would I use the LDR in my lets say, the Pick 3? Can anyone enlighten me about this? Thanks.

        Use SLD to narrow down which Group of Sums to review as potential choices to Play:

        Pick 3 "SLD" to "Sum" Cross-Reference:

        SLD0=Sum 00 10 20
        SLD1=Sum 01 11 21
        SLD2=Sum 02 12 22
        SLD3=Sum 03 13 23
        SLD4=Sum 04 14 24
        SLD5=Sum 05 15 25
        SLD6=Sum 06 16 26
        SLD7=Sum 07 17 27
        SLD8=Sum 08 18
        SLD9=Sum 09 19

        Key: SLD=Sum Last Digit

        Use RS to narrow down which Group of Sums to review as potential choices to Play:

        Pick 3 "RS" to "Sum" Cross-Reference

        RS0=Sum 00
        RS1=Sum 01, 10, 19
        RS2=Sum 02, 11, 20
        RS3=Sum 03, 12, 21
        RS4=Sum 04, 13, 22
        RS5=Sum 05, 14, 23
        RS6=Sum 06, 15, 24
        RS7=Sum 07, 16, 25
        RS8=Sum 08, 17, 26
        RS9=Sum 09, 18, 27

        Key: RS=Root Sum

        PS: Most hits occur in the Range: Sum 09 thru Sum 18!

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          Posted: January 13, 2011, 10:58 am - IP Logged

          okay whats good for today

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            Posted: January 13, 2011, 11:08 am - IP Logged

            okay whats good for today

            Read, Study, Learn!

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              Posted: January 13, 2011, 11:29 am - IP Logged

              don`t have a clue