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Pick 4 pattern

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Posted: November 2, 2012, 12:51 pm - IP Logged

 I was wondering, is pick 4 #'s drawing to drawing, or is it day to day/ evening to evening.  This would help me alot.

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    Posted: November 2, 2012, 5:18 pm - IP Logged

     I was wondering, is pick 4 #'s drawing to drawing, or is it day to day/ evening to evening.  This would help me alot.

    From my experience playing in Georgia, the general pattern in the Pick 4 can be discerned on a calendar by making the following comparisons: 1) midday to midday, 2) evening to evening, 3) midday to evening, 4) evening to next day midday, 5) midday to following day evening, 6) midday previous week to midday current week, 7) evening previous week to evening current week. You never really know which way it will go but try to find a pattern that matches 2 or 3 different points of comparison.

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      Posted: November 3, 2012, 12:21 pm - IP Logged

      From my experience playing in Georgia, the general pattern in the Pick 4 can be discerned on a calendar by making the following comparisons: 1) midday to midday, 2) evening to evening, 3) midday to evening, 4) evening to next day midday, 5) midday to following day evening, 6) midday previous week to midday current week, 7) evening previous week to evening current week. You never really know which way it will go but try to find a pattern that matches 2 or 3 different points of comparison.

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        Posted: November 3, 2012, 1:25 pm - IP Logged

        From my experience playing in Georgia, the general pattern in the Pick 4 can be discerned on a calendar by making the following comparisons: 1) midday to midday, 2) evening to evening, 3) midday to evening, 4) evening to next day midday, 5) midday to following day evening, 6) midday previous week to midday current week, 7) evening previous week to evening current week. You never really know which way it will go but try to find a pattern that matches 2 or 3 different points of comparison.

         Thanks Guys

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