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• United States
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Quote: Originally posted by grwurston on Feb 25, 2011

I've back tracked and did a daily REF BOX from Jan. 1st. 2011 thru today. Here's the breakdown in Maryland.

MIDDAY    12 straights   14 boxes

EVENING     4 straights   29 boxes  I have only tracked the hits that come in, in all 3 positions. One each in left, middle, right of the REF BOX.

MID  straights are in boxes CFJ, CGJ, AFL, BGJ, DFK, CGJ, AGK, DGL, DGM, DFK,  AFL, BGJ

EVE  straights are in boxes  DHJ, BHJ, BEL, AGK,

All  MID straights have been within 5 days, however there have been  two 6 day spans, one 7 day span, and one, 8 day span between straights.

Now this has got me wondering, would it be worthwhile to create a chart that would show how many hits appear in each of the 12 boxes? It could be broken down for mid. and eve. drawings or even each day of the week. My thinking is that it would reduce the amount of numbers to play, because you could eliminate the digits in the boxes that don't hit very often. Also if you knew which digits 0-9 hit most in each box A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H,J,K,L,M. would this aid in predicting straight hits? This may get too complicated and require too much pencil and paper to keep up with though. I do prefer to keep things simple. However if we're getting straight hits every 5 days how much tinkering needs to be done? LOL!!!

Thank you for the formulas grwuston, I will add them to my list.

That is what I am trying to figure out....which combination of digits hit the most often in straight form.

If I find out, for example, that there are 10, or 15, or 20 combinations that hit most of the time, those would be the only ones that you would have to play and not worry about the rest.

And I am like you..I like to keep things simple too.

That is why I like the RB; I just do one simple workout and I am done. I dont have to track individual digits for months at a time to see what will hit next.

• harvard,il
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Quote: Originally posted by on Aug 19, 2022

i told them that but i forgot tosay check out the pairs.. ok i am goin g to bed now.

i want to be a millionaire a second time!

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I like your new cool avatar and platinum color, aanewyork!

• United States
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Quote: Originally posted by Harve\$t Moon on Feb 26, 2011

I like your new cool avatar and platinum color, aanewyork!

Thanks Harvest.........glad you like it!

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Quote: Originally posted by hoping2winbig on Feb 25, 2011

hi, a question ............ would anyone here know of a site or place where I can find info/statistics that will show me how many times a number skips ? etc.

I do not use excel , nor do I want a costly program/software to do this at this time , just want to know if there's a site or possibly someone on LP has a dnld that I could use for this .any help is welcome, thanks

@hoping2winbig ........up in the search box type in "number skips",I think you'll find what your

looking for there.Anytime you need info check the search box,very handy tool.

Hope this helps and GOOD LUCK !!!!!!!

free zone

• San Antonio, TX
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Texas RB seems to be taking a break.

But the pairs are in full swing.

2/25 day 178    17  18   78

2/25 night draw 878

• United States
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Quote: Originally posted by PlanB on Feb 26, 2011

Texas RB seems to be taking a break.

But the pairs are in full swing.

2/25 day 178    17  18   78

2/25 night draw 878

Right.

That is why I believe in a multi system approach; when one system gets cold, the other systems pick up the slack.

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Question: Why do you combine both the midday and evening drawings in your system?

Answer: You need to combine the two drawings to see the STRONGEST trend in each position across BOTH the midday and evening drawings for the last 20 days.

The Reference Box works because it identifies the digits that are most dominant in each position in BOTH the midday and evening drawings. That is why the box generates hits on a consistent basis; it is telling you the most dominant trend on both the midday and evening drawings.

If you divide the two drawings you will NOT see a strong trend...whatever digits you come up with in each position will be "weak" because they are only giving you HALF the story of what is really going on in that position.

That is why we use both drawings to create the RB.
• USA
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 8 0 7 3 0 2 1 5 1 8 5 6 4 1 0 1

Aany, I do daily RB's. Until this Rb came up on the 2/22/11, previous RB's did not have a 4 in them. Since this RB where the "missing 4" showed up I have had hits 4103,4271 and 4806.

Just another trigger for LP members to be looking for if they have had a digit missing from their RB for awhile.

• BOSTON
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can you give one shot for today for me ? number last night was 277eve and493 mid. thanks

• harvard,il
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Quote: Originally posted by retxx on Feb 26, 2011

can you give one shot for today for me ? number last night was 277eve and493 mid. thanks

i would try 2397 just an idea

rick

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• Peru, New York
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Quote: Originally posted by aanewyork on Feb 26, 2011

Q & A

Question: Why do you combine both the midday and evening drawings in your system?

Answer: You need to combine the two drawings to see the STRONGEST trend in each position across BOTH the midday and evening drawings for the last 20 days.

The Reference Box works because it identifies the digits that are most dominant in each position in BOTH the midday and evening drawings. That is why the box generates hits on a consistent basis; it is telling you the most dominant trend on both the midday and evening drawings.

If you divide the two drawings you will NOT see a strong trend...whatever digits you come up with in each position will be "weak" because they are only giving you HALF the story of what is really going on in that position.

That is why we use both drawings to create the RB.

AANY...Help!!!!...AZ is only one draw per day and is killing me...i have done RB's daily n every other day and unless i have done something wrong all i get is 2 of 3 numbers...Any help would be appreciated...thanks again

• Peru, New York
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Quote: Originally posted by lotaluck67 on Feb 26, 2011

AANY...Help!!!!...AZ is only one draw per day and is killing me...i have done RB's daily n every other day and unless i have done something wrong all i get is 2 of 3 numbers...Any help would be appreciated...thanks again

Here are last five RB's...Small RB's and Game Index

 25-Feb RB 25-Feb Small RB 25-Feb Game Index 6 1 0 6 1 0 1 6 8 4 2 6 4 2 6 0 4 9 1 4 1 1 3 2 7 3 2 24-Feb RB 24-Feb Small RB 24-Feb Game Index 6 2 0 6 2 0 1 6 7 4 1 6 4 1 6 2 4 8 7 4 1 7 3 2 1 3 2 23-Feb RB 23-Feb Small RB 23-Feb Game Index 6 2 0 6 2 0 2 6 8 4 3 6 4 3 6 1 4 7 7 4 2 7 1 1 8 1 1 22-Feb RB 22-Feb Small RB 22-Feb Game Index 4 2 6 4 2 6 2 6 8 6 4 0 6 4 0 1 4 7 7 3 2 7 1 1 8 1 1 21-Feb RB 21-Feb Small RB 21-Feb Game Index 4 2 6 4 2 6 2 4 7 6 4 0 6 4 0 0 6 8 7 3 2 7 7 4 1 7 4
• United States
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Hi AAANewYork,

Firstly, thanks so much for all of your systems and work into this!

Regarding cross referencing pick 3 sets ( in RB and GI) with the pairs chart.  After I have  crossed off ~ 27 pairs, I still have some pick 3 sets of numbers that have one pair within the three possible or two pairs within the three possible that haven't hit yet.

Is there a sliding scale of probability of which will hit.  Such that those combinations with one pair having already hit recently, then there is ~ a 2/3rd chance of hitting as opposed to a combo with 2 pairs having already hit, and of course would it make sense to consider the combo with no pairs having hit to have the most probability?

Trying to weed down my numbers of sets to play per game.

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Quote: Originally posted by aanewyork on Feb 25, 2011

New York - Feb 25

 7 7 3 1 9 1 4 0 8 9 2 9

809 Box

9-0-8

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