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# Root sums and sums... one approach

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Thank you for the info

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NEW JERSEY LOTTERY

Wed, Aug 17, 2011 Tue, Aug 16, 2011 1-3-0 5-6-2 5-3-5 5-5-4

130=Short sum  4
562=Short sum  3
535=Short sum 3
554=Short sum 4

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130=Short sum  4
562=Short sum  3
535=Short sum 3
554=Short sum 4

You can see only Vtrac 5 & 4

Therefore look for  Vtrac 1,Vtrac 2,Vtrac 3 soon

Short sums 0-5, 2-7, 3-8

Wed, Aug 17, 2011 Tue, Aug 16, 2011 1-3-0 5-6-2 5-3-5 5-5-4

Results for 8/18

 New Jersey 0-9-1 0-4-3

091=10=Short sum 0

043=7=Short sum 7

Thanks Blackapple for showing us another way or approach to the game but if you're looking for those short sums 0, 5, 2, 7, 3, and 8...That's alot of numbers to play because there's 22 numbers each in that short sums so that brings the total to 132 numbers to play.  Let's just say you target the longest short sum that is out and that would be the short sum 1 in your example:

562-3

130-4

421-7

171-9

231-6

404-8

813-2

177-5

901-0

902-1

Longest out short sums 5,0,1

Vtrac 1

So if you did play that short sum 1 and the next two draws results were 091=10=short sum 0 and

043=7=short sum 7...you would miss twice already even if you play those 22 numbers from short sum 1 so you

would be in a pretty big hole already.  Although in the big picture it looks like a pretty good trap but in my

opinion it's not profitable.

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Perhaps to simplify try going over the last 12 draws and look for out pairs that may fall in the due root sums .

The vertical and horizontal gaps on Fortuna's Page may also help.  Also, on the Brasil section he has a vtrac's section etc.  The systems section has Lottolaughs systems that narrow down the due pairs and gives front and back pairs in the Scoop Section.  All these in combination could help.

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Looking at the 44 numbers you produced...I have devised a way to get 44 with a simple vtrac method.

lets say vtrac 123 (567) hits

you will take the pairs 12 (3-4-5), 13 (4-5), 23 (4-5) and use the key digit filter 5,6,7

This simple method does not work all the time for single vtracs but it does work.

"Many Strategies|One Game"

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The point is not to play 22 numbers

Find ways reduce the picks

868-  2

667-  9

888-  4

Longest out short sums 2,9,4

Vtrac 5

895=22=short sum 2 has shown

In your quest to filter the picks

Use Digits 2,9,4 as filters for sums

8 9 5

********************************************

177-5

901-0

902-1

Longest out short sums 5,0,1

Vtrac 1

In your quest to filter the picks

Use Digits 5,0,1 as filters for sums

0 9 1

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NEW JERSEY LOTTERY

Wed, Aug 17,  Tue, Aug 16, 1-3-0 5-6-2 5-3-5 5-5-4

562-3

130-4

421-7

171-9

231-6

404-8

813-2

177-5

901-0

902-1

Longest out short sums 5,0,1

Vtrac 1

Although in the big picture it looks like a pretty good trap but in my

opinion it's not profitable

Fri, Aug 19, 2011 Thu, Aug 18, 2011 5-9-5 2-9-4= Short sum 5 0-9-1= Shortsum 0 0-4-3
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013 068 149 158 167 356 112 446 266 699
018 036 126 135 469 568 117 144 667 199
129 138 147 156 246 679 011 336 066 688

Now Vtrac 5 is awaiting
I Know how to reduce the selections

Reduction..??
068 149 158 167 356 446 266
018 036 126 135 117 144

129 138 147 156 246 336 066

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NEW JERSEY LOTTERY

Wed, Aug 17,  Tue, Aug 16, 1-3-0 5-6-2 5-3-5 5-5-4

562-3

130-4

421-7

171-9

231-6

404-8

813-2

177-5

901-0

902-1

Longest out short sums 5,0,1

Vtrac 1

Although in the big picture it looks like a pretty good trap but in my

opinion it's not profitable

Fri, Aug 19, 2011 Thu, Aug 18, 2011 5-9-5 2-9-4= Short sum 5 0-9-1= Shortsum 0 0-4-3

yeah if you target short sum 1 which is longest out then that would be four misses in a row.

If you did target short sum 5 and with the 5 as the filter like you pointed out in the previous post then that would be a miss too since 294 doesn't have the 5 in there.

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Reduction.. for me is root sums 3 or 8

-5
-3
-0
-1
-2
-7

Short sums needed  5-0,2-7,3-8

Three longest out short sums 1,2,7

Seeing a whole vtraced short sum longest out

So I'll target Short sums 2 & 7

In your quest to filter the picks

Use Digits 1,2,7 as filters for sums

6 2 9

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anything for florida

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Now Illinois last four draws

Thu, Aug 18, 2011 Wed, Aug 17, 2011 7-7-1 0-8-2 5-9-1 7-9-5

Now Short sum 4 & 9 gives all these results
Using Digit 4 & 9 as a filter...testing

045, 059,  149, 234, 239, 248,  289, 347, 379, 469, 478, 789 004, 009, 144, 446, 455, 559, 199, 699

I'm a tester..  Still Short sum 4 or 9*
shall come tonite or tomorrow 8/19-8/20
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Sat, Aug 20, 2011 Fri, Aug 19, 2011 2-9-2 0-8-7 9-1-0 8-5-2

Florida Lottery

292-  3= Vt.4
910-  0= Vt.1
087-  5= Vt.1
852-  5= Vt.1
look at the last four vtraced short sums

We need only two vtraced short sums to be seen

within four draws

The remaining three vtraced short sums holds

In this case Vtrac 2,3, & 5

Short sums 1-6, 2-7,4-9

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Florida Lottery
Short sum

3
0
5
1
4
2
7
8
9
6

Short sums needed 1-6, 2-7,4-9

Three longest out short sums 8,9,6

Not seeing a whole vtraced short sum longest out

So I'll target Short sum 9 & 6

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Now a hit or two will be found here
Extracting it is a challenge..other workouts assist

015, 018, 024, 027, 036, 045, 079, 123, 126, 135, 169, 178, 234, 259, 268, 289, 349, 358, 367, 379, 457, 469, 478, 568
006, 009, 114, 117, 225, 033, 144, 448, 556, 559, 466, 667, 277, 577, 088, 388, 199, 899

Reduction

079 169 178 259 268 349 358 367 457 448 556 466 277 088
018 027 036 045 126 135 234 009 117 225 144

Reduction.. for me is root sums 7 or 9

079 169 178 259 268 349 358 367 457
018 027 036 045 126 135 234

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Now a hit or two will be found here
Extracting it is a challenge..other workouts assist

015, 018, 024, 027, 036, 045, 079, 123, 126, 135, 169, 178, 234, 259, 268, 289, 349, 358, 367, 379, 457, 469, 478, 568
006, 009, 114, 117, 225, 033, 144, 448, 556, 559, 466, 667, 277, 577, 088, 388, 199, 899

Reduction

079 169 178 259 268 349 358 367 457 448 556 466 277 088
018 027 036 045 126 135 234 009 117 225 144

Reduction.. for me is root sums 7 or 9

079 169 178 259 268 349 358 367 457
018 027 036 045 126 135 234

Could you do this for Georgia, I think I've the hang of it but just do an example... Thanks !!!

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