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Posted: November 24, 2013, 10:59 am - IP Logged

Im sure this is on here somewhere posted... but as i was noodling with numbers i noticed this was an interesting way to get a lot of pairs some weeks more tha others but a lot some weeks. Im sharing with those who are looking for a pair idea and for ideas from you masters on here ect. I take Sundays number EX. 426.

426 and i place the front pair 42 and put the third number underneath it. Then i put the numers that match up with the 4 and 2  beside the 6. 42

                                               6

                                             3    5

then  i say 42, 26, 46, 43, 25, 23 ,45, 63,35.65 I know its only wheeling but i find it a bit easier to wheel like that.

I got many pairs last week and back testing i find an awful lot of pairs from this idea. im just sharing in case  someone finds it helpful in pair searching.I always try and match the front pair with its closest numbers Ex

783 would have 3 in the middle and then 6 and 9 on the bottom, 457 would have 45 on top 7 in the middle and

5 and six on the bottom. Some weeks i get one or two pairs others 5 or more. I hope someone finds it helpful.

    Nikkicute's avatar - nnjx1k
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    Posted: November 26, 2013, 2:57 am - IP Logged

    Im sure this is on here somewhere posted... but as i was noodling with numbers i noticed this was an interesting way to get a lot of pairs some weeks more tha others but a lot some weeks. Im sharing with those who are looking for a pair idea and for ideas from you masters on here ect. I take Sundays number EX. 426.

    426 and i place the front pair 42 and put the third number underneath it. Then i put the numers that match up with the 4 and 2  beside the 6. 42

                                                   6

                                                 3    5

    then  i say 42, 26, 46, 43, 25, 23 ,45, 63,35.65 I know its only wheeling but i find it a bit easier to wheel like that.

    I got many pairs last week and back testing i find an awful lot of pairs from this idea. im just sharing in case  someone finds it helpful in pair searching.I always try and match the front pair with its closest numbers Ex

    783 would have 3 in the middle and then 6 and 9 on the bottom, 457 would have 45 on top 7 in the middle and

    5 and six on the bottom. Some weeks i get one or two pairs others 5 or more. I hope someone finds it helpful.

    Where did the 3 and 5 underneth the six come fromWhat?

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      Posted: November 26, 2013, 6:18 am - IP Logged

      Thanks for replying.... iLL try and explain... If  i have 4 and 2 at the top for the bottom i match the 4 and 2 with

      the numbers clsoest to them so for 4 and 2 i put 3 and 5 or say  6 and 5 are on top i put 7 and 8 on the bottom

      or 1 and 2 on top the bottom has the 3 and 4 that match. 12

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                                                                                           3 4  if my sunday number was 126 this is how i set it up tryin to match those top 2 numbers with their closest ones, I pair them up and ive been seeing a wicked lot of pairs for the upcoming week ahead, some times many as 5 or low as 2. I hope this helps you. 

      42

        6

      3 5  see 42 on top gives me its matches 3 and 5 or 2 ,3, 4 and 5.

        Nikkicute's avatar - nnjx1k
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        Posted: November 26, 2013, 10:33 pm - IP Logged

        Ok I think I get it now, thanksSmiley