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meriwetherman's avatar - azural
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Posted: January 28, 2011, 7:48 pm - IP Logged

Does anybody know how to do the charts for HDC numbers?

I don't want to download anything to obtain the chart system, just do it all on paper.

Any help is appreciated.........

    LAVERNE MALONEY's avatar - smallgirl

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    Posted: January 29, 2011, 8:42 pm - IP Logged

    Does anybody know how to do the charts for HDC numbers?

    I don't want to download anything to obtain the chart system, just do it all on paper.

    Any help is appreciated.........

    In order to create a chart for HDC-hot, due, cold, you must decide how you are going to rate the #s.

    What are your guidelines in deeming a # hot, due, or cold? 

    So, how many days must a # appear in order for you to deem the # hot?

    How many days must a # be missing in order for you to deem the # due?

    How many days must a # be missing in order for you to deem the # cold?

    When you can answer the above questions you will then be able to build your very own HDC chart.

    You will then look at your previous draws starting with the most recent & fill in the categories of HDC with #s.   

      grwurston's avatar - 144
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      bel air maryland
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      Posted: January 29, 2011, 10:35 pm - IP Logged

       An easy chart to make is to take a sheet of graph paper and on the left side list the dates, day of the week, the winning # and the sum. Across the top write  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0. Put an X under each # that corresponds with the drawn #. The X is when the # hits. Then number the boxes between each  X going down. This is an example of Maryland midday from 1/22/11 thru 1/29/11.

        date/day/#drawn/sum       1   2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  0

       1/22  S       402      6          3   X  2  X  1  2  1  4  2  X         

       1/23  S       972    18          4   X  3  1  2  3  X  5  X  1 

       1/24  M      995     23          5   1  4  2  X  4  1  6  X  2

       1/25  T       923     14          6   X  X  3  1  5  2  7  X  3   

       1/26  W      091     10          X   1  2  4  2  6  3  8  X  X 

       1/27  T       093      12         1   2  X  5  3  7  4  9  X  X 

       1/28  F       416      11         X   3  1  X  4  X  5 10 1  1 

       1/29  S       348      15         1   2  X  X  5  1  6  X  2  2

        I also color code different things too. When a double hits I will be put a red dot over the X. Numbers that hit in series 657,123, 091 etc. I hi lite in blue. Adjacent pairs 23, 09, 34, I hi lite in pink, triples in green. All odd #'s in yellow and all even in pink. The odd and even #'s I just hi lite the sums. With the doubles, pairs, series and triples I hi lite the drawn #'s also. (Hi lite the X's as well as well as the drawn #'s). I hi lite the double #'s in yellow only because it's easier to read thru than red.

        This chart makes it very easy to track hot, cold and over due #'s. Whether low or high #'s are hitting, low or high sums, which way the pairs are moving, (toward low or high #'s). You will also notice patterns in the X's themselves and also in the position of the drawn #'s. You will see how often #'s hit after missing a certain # of days. The longer you chart the drawings the more you will notice patterns and trends over the long term. I have separate charts for the midday and evening draws. I also chart the pick 4 although I very seldom play the pick 4. The one thing I would suggest is NEVER fall in love with a particular #. If you pick a # based on a pattern or trend play it for 6 days. If it hasn't hit by then drop it, because the pattern or trend just didn't continue or it may have changed.

        I hope this is a big help for you or any other L.P. member who may read this. Good Luck!!!!

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        bel air maryland
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        Posted: January 29, 2011, 11:10 pm - IP Logged

         I just noticed a slight mistake in the chart. On 1/29 where it says  1 2 X X 5 etc. the 2 should be a 4. In the # 2 column starting with 1/25  I have

        X   it should be  X

        1                      1

        2                      2                     

        3                      3

        2                      4     Sorry about that, I hope I didn't confuse anyone.

          meriwetherman's avatar - azural
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          Posted: February 9, 2011, 11:30 pm - IP Logged

          Thanks for all your help in this.........I found the Cha Cha method easiest

          Then again I always hated math.............


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            Posted: February 10, 2011, 12:19 am - IP Logged

            In order to create a chart for HDC-hot, due, cold, you must decide how you are going to rate the #s.

            What are your guidelines in deeming a # hot, due, or cold? 

            So, how many days must a # appear in order for you to deem the # hot?

            How many days must a # be missing in order for you to deem the # due?

            How many days must a # be missing in order for you to deem the # cold?

            When you can answer the above questions you will then be able to build your very own HDC chart.

            You will then look at your previous draws starting with the most recent & fill in the categories of HDC with #s.   

            cat

             

            cook


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              Posted: February 10, 2011, 12:23 am - IP Logged

               An easy chart to make is to take a sheet of graph paper and on the left side list the dates, day of the week, the winning # and the sum. Across the top write  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0. Put an X under each # that corresponds with the drawn #. The X is when the # hits. Then number the boxes between each  X going down. This is an example of Maryland midday from 1/22/11 thru 1/29/11.

                date/day/#drawn/sum       1   2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  0

               1/22  S       402      6          3   X  2  X  1  2  1  4  2  X         

               1/23  S       972    18          4   X  3  1  2  3  X  5  X  1 

               1/24  M      995     23          5   1  4  2  X  4  1  6  X  2

               1/25  T       923     14          6   X  X  3  1  5  2  7  X  3   

               1/26  W      091     10          X   1  2  4  2  6  3  8  X  X 

               1/27  T       093      12         1   2  X  5  3  7  4  9  X  X 

               1/28  F       416      11         X   3  1  X  4  X  5 10 1  1 

               1/29  S       348      15         1   2  X  X  5  1  6  X  2  2

                I also color code different things too. When a double hits I will be put a red dot over the X. Numbers that hit in series 657,123, 091 etc. I hi lite in blue. Adjacent pairs 23, 09, 34, I hi lite in pink, triples in green. All odd #'s in yellow and all even in pink. The odd and even #'s I just hi lite the sums. With the doubles, pairs, series and triples I hi lite the drawn #'s also. (Hi lite the X's as well as well as the drawn #'s). I hi lite the double #'s in yellow only because it's easier to read thru than red.

                This chart makes it very easy to track hot, cold and over due #'s. Whether low or high #'s are hitting, low or high sums, which way the pairs are moving, (toward low or high #'s). You will also notice patterns in the X's themselves and also in the position of the drawn #'s. You will see how often #'s hit after missing a certain # of days. The longer you chart the drawings the more you will notice patterns and trends over the long term. I have separate charts for the midday and evening draws. I also chart the pick 4 although I very seldom play the pick 4. The one thing I would suggest is NEVER fall in love with a particular #. If you pick a # based on a pattern or trend play it for 6 days. If it hasn't hit by then drop it, because the pattern or trend just didn't continue or it may have changed.

                I hope this is a big help for you or any other L.P. member who may read this. Good Luck!!!!

              I lost you after 'easy chart"...lol

                ROFL