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# Complex Power of vtracs/ short sums and its digits

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Wyncote,Pa
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Imagine you have a vtrac pair working for you.

That shows up timely in combos and key positions ..its worth exploring for increased value.

This experiment I will reveal..Its revelation may be new or old,sought after or trash.

Everyone  who uses vtracs aquires them and handles them to their liking.

Do what you do..your understandings will aid you.

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In my world...taking a live post

South Carolina vtracs Short sum 0 or 5 Alert 9/3-9/6

The Power of Vtrac 2(1s or 6s)
71x-12x-10x-15x
26x-67x-65x-60x
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1s or 6s are riddles and answers
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I've chosen these digits to work.
What are they? Anything I want them to be.
Nothing written in stone in this world.
Imagination rules the world,for better or worse.
Wyncote,Pa
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Suppose they are short sums and are productive

1 & 6

What did your present longest out /overdue short sums tell you? It foretells

Everyone likes to look at the very bottom longest out..that good,but how does short sum 1 or 6 impress plays.

Tue, Sep 3, 2013 Mon, Sep 2, 2013 4-8-6 6-0-0 3-9-5 7-8-2 8-4-1 2-1-5 3-0-0 0-1-0 9-2-1 9-9-1 9-0-9 8-7-2 8-3-7 7-3-2 0-1-8 9-4-1

Short 8..486

7..395

6..600

3..841

1..010

9..991

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Short sum 8..486

7..395

6..600

3..841

1..010

9..991

Note Short sum digit 1 farthest out of the pair 1 & 6

Its my target and its casing.

Casing...short sums above and below target sum

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3..

1..

9..

My key digits and short sums

029 038 128 137 146 236 489 579 001 119 335 344 155 669 399 ..Short sum 1
012 049 139 148 157 238 346 689 003 229 337 355 166 779 599 111 ..Short sum 3
018 036 126 135 234 289 379 469 009 117 144 559 388 199 333..Short sum 9

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029 038 128 137 146 236 119 335 344 155
049 139 148 157 238 346 229 337 355 166
If you combine the short sums as a whole
you will see Root sum 2 & 4 has sway.
and should be noted.
Still I see short sum 1 & 3
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The longest out rundown is as it is..sums waiting to arrive.
I only chose a digit..part of a pair(1 & 6) that will show,however this
rundown I feel has plans for it.
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I've done this experiment with other

The Power of Vtrac x(xs or xs)

and it gave....how's your vtracs?

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I see you use vtrac for short sum and root sum to find digits but do you actually ever use the drawn sets represented as a vtrac in your workouts?

 Tue, Sep 3, 2013 Mon, Sep 2, 2013 Drawing Date Pick 3 Pick 4 Midday Evening Midday Evening 4-8-6 8-6-1 3-1-1-5 6-0-7-0 6-0-0 3-9-5 9-1-0-6 1-0-9-6

For example 4-8-6 is v541 and 8-6-1 is v411.  Do you use the vtrac representations of draws to find say missing or due vtrac pairs or missing/due vtrac digits in any of your workouts?

Jimmy

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South Carolina is in for a  Pick4 treat

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