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# Lakerben's Single Digit Program.

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Indiana P3

 3 1 6 6 6 6 3 6 36 36 36 9 42 72 72 51 114 144 165 258 423

I wont dazzle you with slick graphics and long-winded bs.,tons of 200 numbers charts ,percentages etc.

I just contribute real systems!

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Florida P4

 9 1 8 1 5 4 1 6 9 8 8 5 20 4 6 17 16 13 25 24 10 33 29 38 49 34 62 67 87 83 129 154 170 283 324 607

I wont dazzle you with slick graphics and long-winded bs.,tons of 200 numbers charts ,percentages etc.

I just contribute real systems!

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where is carlig when you need her.lol
she can simplify this to excel for us. Ask her lakerben.

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where is carlig when you need her.lol
she can simplify this to excel for us. Ask her lakerben.

Carlig hasnt even done the last one he gave me yet. lol

Real Life gets in the way sometimes

Carlig

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where is carlig when you need her.lol
she can simplify this to excel for us. Ask her lakerben.

Retrxx, follow the example it's simple math.

I wont dazzle you with slick graphics and long-winded bs.,tons of 200 numbers charts ,percentages etc.

I just contribute real systems!

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Kansas P3.

 6 4 6 0 0 5 24 24 0 0 0 48 24 0 0 72 24 0 96 24 120

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MO P3.

 3 8 7 1 6 7 24 56 7 6 42 80 63 13 48 143 76 61 219 137 356

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I just contribute real systems!

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Lakerben's could you please do NC P3

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 8 3 9 5 9 8 24 27 45 45 72 51 72 90 117 123 162 207 285 369 654

NC P3

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Taking your  last 6 draws from your p3 game. I'm using the first digit only in an multiplication for the 2nd row and the lower rows are addition.  On backtesting this one's very good. I'm using the florida Midday Draws as an example.

449>>>>this morning's draw.

250

701

739

964

898

Starting with the 6th draw going upwards:8,9,7,7,2,4 >> to the last draw:the  4 from this morning's draw.  This will give your pairs and picks for the next few draws.

Example:from left to right on the top row>(8 *9=72), (9*7=63),  (7*7=49), (7*2=14),(2*4=8).

The third row is the result of addition of the second row from left to right: (72+63=135),(63+49=112),(49+14=63, (14+8=22) etc.

This continues down the chart.

 8 9 7 7 2 4 72 63 49 14 8 135 112 63 22 247 175 85 422 260 682

Florida this morning 327.

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TX.

 1 1 7 5 7 9 1 7 35 35 63 8 42 70 98 50 112 168 162 280 442

Tx 207.

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GA p3.

 7 0 1 3 3 1 0 0 3 9 3 0 3 12 12 3 15 24 18 39 57

Georgia 155.

I wont dazzle you with slick graphics and long-winded bs.,tons of 200 numbers charts ,percentages etc.

I just contribute real systems!

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Lakerben,thanks as usual for your system. For clarity could you explain the purpose. No problem in arriving at the figures. However which figures are valuabe,which are the nubers to your digits . Methnks this was never explained so it is not clear.

Between right and wrong there is no compromise.

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Lakerben,thanks as usual for your system. For clarity could you explain the purpose. No problem in arriving at the figures. However which figures are valuabe,which are the nubers to your digits . Methnks this was never explained so it is not clear.

I'm not quite sure in what you are asking.

The explanation was very clear about using a single digits of each of the last 6 draws.  The goal is to find pairs and triples to use in the upcoming draws.  And if you see a pair more than once it could be the one to use.  If the system doesn't work for you there are several others to choose from.

I wont dazzle you with slick graphics and long-winded bs.,tons of 200 numbers charts ,percentages etc.

I just contribute real systems!

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Georgia 155.

Good work - as always.

love to nibble those micey feet.

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