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The Numeric World Order

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Gambia
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Posted: December 20, 2012, 10:45 pm - IP Logged

ima just do it like this instead..

lets say today is 12/21/12 .. Midday came up 123 lucky sum is 6

u just do 122112(divide by)(123x6) = answer, and if the answer is below 5. you multiply 3. if the answer above 5? u divide 3.

you get a decimal lets say like 123.123123123. then you break them down like

123+6

231+6

312+6

123+6

231+6

then for Each of the #'s u add their lucky sum and u end up with

129+12

237+12

318+12

129+12

231+12

and u can continue to narrow it down.

REMEMBER THE DECIMAL ANSWER THAT CAME UP AS 123.123123123? since that is below 5 ? u NOW MULTIPLY 3... for pic3 u use 3 to either multiply or divide. and if it is pick4? u use 4.

and u will get 123.123123x3=369.369369

then you do the break up

369+18

693+18

936+18

then u end up with

387

711

729

.. Thank you guys

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    Posted: December 21, 2012, 11:11 am - IP Logged

    ok to use mid and eve of the same day or not?


      Gambia
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      Posted: December 21, 2012, 12:24 pm - IP Logged

      when u come up with the Variable numbers it is enough to play both mMD & EVE

      but you must understand the way i explained the formula to Always have a 3 digit answer followed by Decimal & #'s.

      or with pick4 ? same thing.

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        Posted: December 28, 2012, 11:46 am - IP Logged

        For games where you pick 3 numbers odds are quite favorable. So no formulas work, but the odds. By creating formulas one only does a lot of work, and when person wins, it's like getting payed for that job, while simply playing will do the same.

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          Posted: December 29, 2012, 9:57 am - IP Logged

          what type of calculator are you using, because i don't come up with the same number you are getting..on regular, or scientific one..

          Thank You..

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            Posted: December 29, 2012, 12:13 pm - IP Logged

            This is the mathematical formula i use to kind of trace what #'s might hit. i will use nyc pick 3 for ex. (Made a serious error, the ny pic3 was 049 lucky + 13) so instead let me use 045 lucky + 9 for example then

            045 lucky + 9

            if i wanted to find out the evening i will put in

            122012(divide)(045x9)=301.2641975x3=903.7925926

            Then u split them out like this

            (903)(037)(379)(792)(925)(259)(592)(926)

            then what you will do is use each of their luck sum & Add it like

            (915)(047)(398)(810)(931)(275)(608)(943)

            okay so now you have these #'s right? now you can continue doing the lucky + formation & if u go over 999? simply divide by 3. OR u can save it for a pick4.

            OR if you want to find out what the NEXT day might hold, u can do this

            122112(divide)(045x9)=301.5111111x3=904.5333333

            then you do same thing as before break them up like

            (904)(045)(453)(533)(333)

            then hit the lucky + technique & get

            (917)(054)(465)(544)(342)

            Morning GamBlur-TTF,

            I've been following this post and expermenting a bit.

            I haven't been able to get this date number to display. What formula/program are you using that creates the date number of 122012?

            Interesting concept, I'd like to be able to duplicate it.

            Thanks, KH

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