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# Blackapple's Flow of numbers chart review

Topic closed. 24 replies. Last post 7 years ago by CarliG.

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 So if I did it right theoretically one of   these should hit soon in Florida ?? 044 049 094 099 544 549 594 599 014 019 064 069 514 519 564 569 040 045 090 095 540 545 590 595 034 039 084 089 534 539 584 589 042 047 092 097 542 547 592 597 021 026 071 076 521 526 571 576 031 036 081 086 531 536 581 586 124 129 174 179 624 629 674 679 134 139 184 189 634 639 684 689 Seemed easier when you did it lolSorry,   Black Apple, didnt mean to interrupt your post. Just trying to learn Thanks CarliG

Just realized I skipped a step and I think thats why I got so many combo's

BUT it did work

Florida EVE 704

Identified earlier pair root sum 2

and 4 was one of the most common digits in pairs

WOW

Thanks Black Apple

Thanks

CarliG

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 Pairs VTRACS 71 04 56 32 15 12 29 45 52 35 51 13 85 01 18 41 12 24 34 41 15 45 52 21

I would highlight repeat pairs 15 & 12
Because either color will hit
Lets be frank

Vtracs root sums. Here are the roots, and the number of combinations:

1 = 18   8 = 18  9 = 19

2 = 15  3 = 11  4 = 9  5 = 9  6 = 11  7 = 15

Therefore we know

Vtracs root sums 1,8 or 9 hit more readily

With the vtracs repeat pairs in mind..

154,152,153..

We have seen Vtrac 153 hit

Will 152 hit?

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 Pairs VTRACS 71 04 56 32 15 12 29 45 52 35 51 13 85 01 18 41 12 24 34 41 15 45 52 21
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 Posted: August 11, 2011, 9:59 am - IP Logged

Soon to see a pink pair fall still.

I would have done this workout

in conjunction with another workout at the start.So I could fine tune the selections.

I will search for another example.

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Still reviewing
eliminated pairs
from the chart using NY Lottery draw above done

xx 07 71
xx xx xx
56 xx xx
89 96 xx
xx 29 93
xx xx xx
78 xx 59
xx xx xx
xx 41 15
67 xx xx

Removing the xx
56 07 71   Change  12 13 32
89  96 93  to VTRACs  45 52 54
78 29 59               34 35 15
67 41 15               23 52 21
Chart A                  Chart B

Looking at CHART B(all vtracs pairs
of CHART A)
If I compose a six-way Vtrac combos
from the colored pairs
52 21= Vtrac125..
52 54=Vtrac254

vtrac 245

134-689

139-684

184-639

189-634

vtrac 125

014-569

064-519

019-564

069-514

What followed in N.Y. after Thu, Aug 4, 2011
Sun, Aug 7, 2011 Sat, Aug 6, 2011 3-0-5 9-5-1 3-3-4 1-3-9 9-0-6 9-3-5 0-1-3

Does it makes sense?
Still exploring...Still Backtesting

I've been working on something similar where you can put pick 3 numbers from  the past draws and it will analyze this information and give you the numbers to pick.

My idea is a bit more technical than this but it involves this type of information and I wanted to let you know it works.  Keep heading down this path to anyone reading this.

"It's evolve or die, really, you have to evolve, you have to move on otherwise it just becomes stagnant."

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 Posted: August 11, 2011, 11:21 am - IP Logged

CarliG

Thanks BlackApple

I knew I kinda got carried away a little with the posting but I was trying to follow step by step

and maybe it did make help someone else.

One thing I did run into was when looking for most common root sum on the pairs.

I had 4 different root sums that occurred twice and the rest just once

So in factoring in that many of course it gave me too many possible combos

So maybe in that situation you just wait for a couple days and redo it ?

I will continue to watch for your further examples or insight.

Thanks

CG

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 Posted: August 11, 2011, 11:31 am - IP Logged
 Pairs VTRACS 71 04 56 32 15 12 29 45 52 35 51 13 85 01 18 41 12 24 34 41 15 45 52 21

I would highlight repeat pairs 15 & 12
Because either color will hit
Lets be frank

Vtracs root sums. Here are the roots, and the number of combinations:

1 = 18   8 = 18  9 = 19

2 = 15  3 = 11  4 = 9  5 = 9  6 = 11  7 = 15

Therefore we know

Vtracs root sums 1,8 or 9 hit more readily

With the vtracs repeat pairs in mind..

154,152,153..

We have seen Vtrac 153 hit

Will 152 hit?

This comment helps a lot to clarify for me

I was going for them all and not just focusing on the repeats

Thanks Again

CarliG

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 Posted: August 12, 2011, 3:24 pm - IP Logged

Okay trying this again

 . Pairs . . . . Vtrac . 71 . . 32 56 37 . . 12 43 96 . . 52 29 93 . . 35 54 45 52 . . 51 13 85 . . 41 01 82 . . 12 43 41 15 . . 52 21 Digits 1 - 2 - 5 Root Sums 1 - 2 - 6

So I think we need pairs  15, 01 or/and 56

Keep getting stuck at this point,

not sure what to do next to get the combo to watch list

CarliG

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 Posted: August 12, 2011, 9:30 pm - IP Logged

Okay trying this again

 . Pairs . . . . Vtrac . 71 . . 32 56 37 . . 12 43 96 . . 52 29 93 . . 35 54 45 52 . . 51 13 85 . . 41 01 82 . . 12 43 41 15 . . 52 21 Digits 1 - 2 - 5 Root Sums 1 - 2 - 6

So I think we need pairs  15, 01 or/and 56

Keep getting stuck at this point,

not sure what to do next to get the combo to watch list

CarliG

Okay the 71 and 41 Pairs Hit tonight with the 741

featuring the most due digit from pairs 1

 . Pairs . . . . Vtrac . 71 . . 56 37 . . 12 43 96 . . 52 29 93 . . 35 54 45 52 . . 51 13 85 . . 41 01 82 . . 12 43 41 15 . . 52 21

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