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summary of patterns for digit game

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Posted: December 8, 2011, 8:49 pm - IP Logged

                                         Summary of Generated Patterns

 

1. The logic or rational is,every Digitin a drawn Setgenerates a pattern.

2. Common digit/s withina generated pattern is/are picked.

3. Common digit/s   across  generated patterns are picked.

4. Common digit/s  From oldestof  drawn setshas the priority when chosing your final picks.

5. Three Recentdrawn sets  should be used.

 

0

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

138

380

091

180

279

368

358

249

130

021

 

 

 

From the above  Table,each digit correspond to a Pattern, so in a hypothetical recent drawn Set, say 423, will generates 423(279,091,180), your pick within this pattern is 901.  Using the Three recent draws  suggestion,let’s assume the sets 423,785,201 were drawn in order of recency,then your pattern will be worked inversely 201,785,423(see note 4 of summary of patterns).Using the drawn sets in inverse order,let’s generate some patterns:

201[091,138,380]=0138

 

785[249,130,368]=3

 

423[279,091,180]=901

 

Your final pick for next three draws will be 013, this should be combined with the remaining digits 8,9.

Repeat the process for 4 digits game,but should be played for five draws. This instructions has a hit ratio of 67% according to my prediction for some States on ‘LotteryPost’ website(check Adobea78 blog).Have fun and leave a comment if this information is useful.

 

 

                       

 

 

 

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    Posted: December 8, 2011, 11:31 pm - IP Logged

    Very interesting. Off to do some looking into things. Thank you! Good luck! Thumbs Up