I'll explain the first set of numbers and the rest work the exact same way.
The numbers for the previous draws are used here. They are converted to double digit numbers by using 1 and the digit that is added to and subtracted from to make that single digit. Take the 2 from 10/13 Day, and using 1 and the digit that makes 2 which is 1 you get 11. The other is 13. That's 3-1=2. You will do this for each number in the two previous draws. The two sums of each number goes into column B.
Column C is the two digits derived from the sums of column B. You get these sums the same way as you made B. Row 7 column B is the added sum of 2. 11=1+1=2. Column C is 11, 1-1=0, and 1+1=2. You will always get the digit that you started with back here and this is where the manipulation comes into effect. Row 8 is the other sum of 2. 13 =3-1=2. C is the sums of 13. 3-1=2 and 1+3=4. You will get the number your working with again. It doesn't reall matter how you lay out the numbers in column C, just as long as you discard the reocurring digits. In this case the 2. Bring over the manipulated digits to column D. Here it's the 0 and 4.
Once you get all the digits of both draws over to column D, it's all just addition and subtraction.
Column E row 8 is column D rows 7 and 8 added. 0+4=4. Column E row 9 is the added sum of D rows 9 and 10. 1+5=6. Column F is the added sum of column E. G is the subtracted sum of F, with H being the added sum of H.
Once that is set up, move on to the square that's inside K,L rows 8 and 9. This is the center square. The numbers in this square are the sums of D. K row 8 comes from adding the 0 from D row 7 with the 1 in D row 9.
L row 8 comes from D row 7 added with D row 10.
K row 9 comes from D8 added with D9.
L9 comes from D8 added with D10.
K row 7 comes from subtracting K8 from L9 or vice versa.
L7 is subtracting L8 from L9 or vice versa.
K10 is the added sum of K8 and K9.
L10 is the added sum of L8 and L9.
Since there is a single digit in K10, i'll have to show L10, L11 and L12. L11 is the subtracted sum of L10. 4-1=3, with L12 the added sum. 1+4=5
M10 is the added sum of M8 and M9 and also row 10 columns K and L.
N11 is the subtracted sum of M10. 0-2=8.
O12 is the added sum of M10.
M8 and M9 work the same as K10 and L10. While N8, N9 and O8 and O9 work the same as K11, K12 and L11 and L12.
Column R row 8 is the added sum of N9 and O9 and since the 6 in M8 doesn't carry over to N and O it's added with it. That's 6+3+5=14. With S8 being the subtracted sum of R8 and T8 being the added sum of R8. Where you have 4 digits in the N and O columns add all four numbers together to get column R, then proceed to S and T.
The squares in columns W and X rows 8 and 9 are the end squares of N and O carried over.The squares in AB and AC rows 8 and 9 are the bottom numbers in K and L rows 11 and 12.
Since there is only three digits in these two squares i will move down to one with 4 digits. The ones with three will work the same way though.
W and X rows 17 and 18 are carried over from N and O row 17 and 18. Here, all you do is go around the cubes adding and subtracting. If you get a double digit, like adding the 5 and 7 in row 17 it = 12. Instead of putting 12 in the next cell over go ahead and out the 3. Add the numbers on up here till you get a single digit.
Now, what to look for....
Look in columns D, G, H, S and T for starters. Here, see that the 2 showed up in D, H and T. The 7 shows up in D twice, G and H.The 3 shows up in D twice, and in S and T three times.
Once you get those numbers that show up the most, look over in V thru AD. Here in these you can see how they are all connected. They will be connected usually in the corners. In the second square down in V thru Y see the 3 on top connected to 2 on the left and the 7 on the right that's connected to the 3 again. That 2 on the left is connected to the 4 beneath it and the 2 to the right. That 4 and 2 is connected to the 7 and 4 beneath that and almost plays out the winning numbers in a straight line across the bottom of the square.
I'll post one with doubles also in just a sec to show how they work. I've seen all four numbers line up doing this plenty of times in columns D and in a straight line in the squares of V thru AD. I also need to post some of the patterns in the columns of J thru Q. I'll have to upload those first though.
Ok, best of luck everyone, and thanks for checking it out.
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