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Posted: April 14, 2011, 11:00 pm - IP Logged

Vertical Root Sum

Most of us know about Root Sum, and how to use it, but we always use it in one dimension : Horizontal!

In the same draw result, for an example: Root Sum for 1234 is 1+2+3+4 = 10=1
But how about the other dimention?
How about The Vertical ????

Here is HOW it goes:

Adding MID to EVE numbers for the same day, using lotto Math (no carry over):

Tri-State, same day draws:
06/01/2006 Day 2 2 9 3
06/01/2006 Eve 6 8 6 0
2 2 9 3
6 8 6 0 +
---------
8 1 6 3     Back Pair 36 for next day draw ( MID / EVE )
Actual Result 06/02/2006 Eve 0 3 5 6

Adding EVE to EVE numbers for 2 days:

PA, EVE Draws :
5/9/2006 0943
5/10/2006 3027
0 9 4 3
3 0 2 7 +
---------
3 9 6 1      Back Pair 61 for next day draw.
5/11/2006 9761

Triples Are a few, but worth Chasing .

Adding MID to MID numbers for 2 days:

MD, MID Draws :
10/1/06 4250
10/2/06 8806
4 2 5 0
8 8 0 6 +
---------
3 1 5 6      Fornt Pair 31
Actual result: 10/3/06 2136

 

And if you are a Pair player, here is your chance to zoom in to a few of them, It takes a little time, but in some states it is like clock work!

 

 

 

 

  It is a whole different way to look at and play numbers; and you have to read about Mirror Numbers first to have an idea on How the Mazk Numbers work!

   You just replace the Digit with one of the Mazk Numbers; and considering that you have 4 Digits to replace; which leads us to at least 24 new numbers and opens a new field of plays, it is not an easy and automatic way to get the winning number; for it take practice and prior knowledge of the numbers drawn to choose which number(s) to play.

The List

  • The digit 0 is replaced with 9
  • 1 is replaced with 8
  • 2 is replaced with 7
  • 3 is replaced with 6
  • 4 is replaced with 5

Example:

To change the number 6307:

==> 6 = 3
==> 3 = 6
==> 0 = 9
==> 7= 2

And the output will be :

- Replacing the first digit only :3307

- The second digit only: 6607

- The third digit only: 6397

- The fourth digit only: 6302

We come up with 4 new numbers out of one, and that is replacing one digit at a time !

Here is where the Prior Knowledge of the numbers drawn in your state(s) comes handy; the average output for any given number is about 4-24 new ones .

Example:

NJ
Tue, Jan 15, 2008

Midday Result 5-6-8

Replacing all the Digits with Mazk Numbers will give us 4-3-1

Actual Result for Eve : 0-1-3 !

It takes a bit of time, trials and testing to come up with the right way of using the Mazk Numbers in your state; but If you are a registered member at the Mazk Touch Joomla ; you can test those numbers with an Excel spreadsheet.

© 2007 The Mazktouch

Last Updated ( Saturday, 31 May 2008 17:43 )

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    Thanks Eve Yahoo M. Girl!!

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      Posted: April 15, 2011, 12:45 pm - IP Logged

      <Moved to Lottery Systems forum>

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