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# Standard Pairs

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Bahamas
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 Posted: September 13, 2011, 1:41 pm - IP Logged

I've made an interesting observation:  Take the standard, consecutive numbers 123, 456 and 789.

Make pairs out of them : 12, 23, 31 -  Set of 30#'s labelled    "A"

45, 56, 46 -  Set of 30#'s labelled    "B"

78, 89, 79 -  Set of 30#'s labelled    "C"

See how often they show up and what is the skip rate between due sets.  Could be a good way to play

30#'s boxed when that set is due.

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Bahamas
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 Posted: September 13, 2011, 3:29 pm - IP Logged

Also, take a look at the remaining consecutive numbers starting with:

012  -   01, 12, 02      "D"

234  -   23, 34, 24      "E"

345  -   34, 45, 35      "F"

567  -   56, 67, 57      "G"

678  -   67, 78, 68      "H"

890  -   89, 90, 08      "I"

901  -   90, 01, 19      "J"

When you've seen that all doubles have shown except for one set, that's the time to pinpoint the most likely pair of the three based on what single digit may be due at the time and play that particular pair only - which will filter the process down to ten numbers only.

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United States
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 Posted: September 13, 2011, 8:24 pm - IP Logged

Thanks for the info. I have used the consecutive strategy for many times.

United States
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 Posted: September 13, 2011, 9:20 pm - IP Logged

Cool... play all the numbers.

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