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# what are mirrors??

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Hi everyone I'm wanna know what are mirrors?? Trying to understand the game.thanks in advance

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Hi everyone I'm wanna know what are mirrors?? Trying to understand the game.thanks in advance

0=5
1=6
2=7
3=8
4=9
5=0

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0=5
1=6
2=7
3=8
4=9
5=0

It's numbers looking back at each other..and like a bouncing ball and circus act comes and take it's place.

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Thought mirrors were like 13 and 31 that came up in Saturday's game on 1/18/14.

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Hi everyone I'm wanna know what are mirrors?? Trying to understand the game.thanks in advance

since nobody gave you a full explanataion here it is -you can have 1 digit mirror /pair mirror-when 2 digits mirror a pair from before  /the whole P3 3 DIGITS MIRROR /P4 4 digits mirror and then you havet  the groups of 2 digits mirror in the jackpot games.When you master this ,your next step is learning" WHAT ARE VTRACS ?"

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Hi everyone I'm wanna know what are mirrors?? Trying to understand the game.thanks in advance

Also you can always use the search there is a lot of great information.

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emilyg gave the origin of the mirrors here:http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/271142/3442260

So Lil-ma, the NC midday draw was 851 & in using the mirror code: 851=306

0=5

1=6

2=7

3=8

9=4

And vice versa

5=0

6=1

7=2

8=3

9=4

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Hi everyone I'm wanna know what are mirrors?? Trying to understand the game.thanks in advance

Hello Lil-ma. You're gonna encounter lots of terminologies here that tend to over amplify a very simple objective and numerical tendency. EmilyG gave a very good and simple break down of it, but I'll expound a bit more. In the Pick3 game you have a (0-9) scale of numbers which further translates into (5) odd numbers and (5) even numbers...0,2,4,6,8 & 1,3,5,7,9.

In addition, this can be further broken down into high, low, and mid-range numbers. When a person speaks of 'mirrors', they're speaking of what a number tends to do in the next draw in terms of its' opposite action...i.e. high to low, odd to even, and even to odd as you can refer back to in Emily's and Laverne Maloney's posts. In the end, though, it's pretty much as I've been trying to explain the last few days...it all comes right back to odd and even in the form of groups like Jack-C posted. Go look at the thread titled Eight Groups and you'll see.

If 0=5 and vice-versa, it's still odd to even and even to odd. If 8=3 and vice-versa...same darn thing. If 0=5, it went from low even to mid-range odd. If 8=3, it went from high even to low odd. When you combine numbers properly, you'll see that it's simple odd and even pairing and that's all. Hope this helped and whatever you do, STAY AWAY from all the complicated stuff you'll see elsewhere which tries to involve physics, trigonometry, algebra, calculus, and everything else. All that just to still arrive at odd/even from 0-9.

L.L.

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Hi everyone I'm wanna know what are mirrors?? Trying to understand the game.thanks in advance

Welcome to lottery post Lil-ma.

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A Mirror is a particular number (X ) +/- 5.  For Example:

The Mirror of 0 is 5 [ 0 + 5 = 5]

The Mirror of 5 is 0 [ 5 - 5 = 0]

The Mirror of 1 is 6 [1 + 5 = 6]

The Mirror of 6 is 1 [ 6 - 5 = 1]

The Mirror of 2 is 7 [ 2 + 5 = 7]

The Mirror of 7 is 2 [ 7 - 5 = 2]

The Mirror of 3 is 8 [ 3 + 5 = 8]

The Mirror of 8 is 3 [8 - 5 = 3]

The Mirror of 4 is 9 [4 + 5 = 9]

The Mirror of 9 is 4 [9 - 5 = 4]

This covers all of the numbers 0 - 9.

Mirrors are typically written as follows: < > means interchangeable, i.e. works both ways

0 < > 5

1 < > 6

2 < > 7

3 < > 8

4 < > 9

Lottery Examples:

The Mirror of the number 123 is 678

The Mirror of 344 is 899

The Mirror of 111 is 666

The Mirror of 745 is 290

The Mirror of 857 is 302

The Mirror of 7445 is 2990

The Mirror of 2731 is 7286

Etc.......

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Hello Lil-ma. You're gonna encounter lots of terminologies here that tend to over amplify a very simple objective and numerical tendency. EmilyG gave a very good and simple break down of it, but I'll expound a bit more. In the Pick3 game you have a (0-9) scale of numbers which further translates into (5) odd numbers and (5) even numbers...0,2,4,6,8 & 1,3,5,7,9.

In addition, this can be further broken down into high, low, and mid-range numbers. When a person speaks of 'mirrors', they're speaking of what a number tends to do in the next draw in terms of its' opposite action...i.e. high to low, odd to even, and even to odd as you can refer back to in Emily's and Laverne Maloney's posts. In the end, though, it's pretty much as I've been trying to explain the last few days...it all comes right back to odd and even in the form of groups like Jack-C posted. Go look at the thread titled Eight Groups and you'll see.

If 0=5 and vice-versa, it's still odd to even and even to odd. If 8=3 and vice-versa...same darn thing. If 0=5, it went from low even to mid-range odd. If 8=3, it went from high even to low odd. When you combine numbers properly, you'll see that it's simple odd and even pairing and that's all. Hope this helped and whatever you do, STAY AWAY from all the complicated stuff you'll see elsewhere which tries to involve physics, trigonometry, algebra, calculus, and everything else. All that just to still arrive at odd/even from 0-9.

L.L.

I was going to stay silent, but decided to take off my sandals, put my harp away, and slink on a different suit, lol.

First, a big hello to you Lil-ma! I'm glad that you've decided to join this merry band of saints and "devils", do-somethings and do-nothings, court jesters and tight-azzd stoics. Together we all make the LP hum the sweetest tunes, and even if we get a tad "tinny" sometimes, its still a perfect union. Ha, that's a family for you, so welcome to it and have a great ride!

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Lucky Loser, Why would you tell Lil-ma to "STAY AWAY from all the complicated stuff you'll see elsewhere which tries to involve physics, trigonometry, algebra. calculus and everything else. All that just to still arrive at odd/even from 0-9" ?

You made it clear in our exchange on a different thread that you really don't know how the subjects you enumerated above relate to the lottery. If its complicated for you, and beyond(not meaning better-just different) your own understanding of how you relate to the lottery, how can you confidently then give such "Stay Away" advice to a newbie? No, really how? If according to you, all you see is the "odd/even from 0-9", how can you comment on something of which you admit you have no knowledge? You don't know Lil-ma's strengths, her weaknesses, her proclivities, nor how she learns. It just may be the case that a conceptual understanding of those subjects could better serve Lil-ma and help her to win far more often, for far more profit, and using far fewer numbers than you do. Wouldn't it then have been worth it for her to explore this site without your guiding bias? Believe me, I highly respect that you have great trust in your own system, but please don't assume there is nothing more to learn, and accept the truism that for another person, there may be a better, simpler, and more accurate way of predicting the lottery than the methods you find more comfortable using.

Yes, I'm a little surprised by your comment, because upon reading many of your LP posts, I thought you were more "fair and balanced". I can grudgingly accept that it is a selective trait. Nevertheless, I still have much respect for your contribution to this site, and candid speaking, enjoy learning from you.

Lil-ma, I encourage you to soak in and then question everything on this site. Set lofty goals and be okay if you don't hit them. Reaching the sun is the great penultimate, but landing on the moon is pretty good too. Take are, hold on, and enjoy the ride.

May your numbers be true this day,

Kola

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Hi everyone I'm wanna know what are mirrors?? Trying to understand the game.thanks in advance

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Hi everyone I'm wanna know what are mirrors?? Trying to understand the game.thanks in advance

Welcome the LP Lil-ma

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I was going to stay silent, but decided to take off my sandals, put my harp away, and slink on a different suit, lol.

First, a big hello to you Lil-ma! I'm glad that you've decided to join this merry band of saints and "devils", do-somethings and do-nothings, court jesters and tight-azzd stoics. Together we all make the LP hum the sweetest tunes, and even if we get a tad "tinny" sometimes, its still a perfect union. Ha, that's a family for you, so welcome to it and have a great ride!

Next,

Lucky Loser, Why would you tell Lil-ma to "STAY AWAY from all the complicated stuff you'll see elsewhere which tries to involve physics, trigonometry, algebra. calculus and everything else. All that just to still arrive at odd/even from 0-9" ?

You made it clear in our exchange on a different thread that you really don't know how the subjects you enumerated above relate to the lottery. If its complicated for you, and beyond(not meaning better-just different) your own understanding of how you relate to the lottery, how can you confidently then give such "Stay Away" advice to a newbie? No, really how? If according to you, all you see is the "odd/even from 0-9", how can you comment on something of which you admit you have no knowledge? You don't know Lil-ma's strengths, her weaknesses, her proclivities, nor how she learns. It just may be the case that a conceptual understanding of those subjects could better serve Lil-ma and help her to win far more often, for far more profit, and using far fewer numbers than you do. Wouldn't it then have been worth it for her to explore this site without your guiding bias? Believe me, I highly respect that you have great trust in your own system, but please don't assume there is nothing more to learn, and accept the truism that for another person, there may be a better, simpler, and more accurate way of predicting the lottery than the methods you find more comfortable using.

Yes, I'm a little surprised by your comment, because upon reading many of your LP posts, I thought you were more "fair and balanced". I can grudgingly accept that it is a selective trait. Nevertheless, I still have much respect for your contribution to this site, and candid speaking, enjoy learning from you.

Lil-ma, I encourage you to soak in and then question everything on this site. Set lofty goals and be okay if you don't hit them. Reaching the sun is the great penultimate, but landing on the moon is pretty good too. Take are, hold on, and enjoy the ride.

May your numbers be true this day,

Kola

Okay, I'm gonna let you make it this time without doing the 'Pterodactyl' on ya although you still chose "me" as your target for sharing my strong opinion with this person. Now, when I said I said I didn't know, I meant that I couldn't understand just how in the hell you'd personally try and tie in EVOLUTION with simply combining numbers within a (0-9) range. Dude, in Pick3/4, all you have to work with IS odd and even numbers which are paired to create combinations of odd/even,  even/odd, str8 even, str8 odd, and...the sums thereof which still arrive right back at odd & even pairing. If you're honestly going trying to go beyond THAT, which is the simplest explanation of this game, then you're just maintaining a serious hard-on for un-needed complexity and the need to look and feel important.

Go and look at ANY DRAW YOU WANT and tell me that it doesn't fall into one of these groups: odd-odd-odd, even-even-even, odd-even-odd, even-odd-even, odd-odd-even, even-even-odd, odd-even-even, and even-odd-odd. The pairs can only fall within less groups than that: two-even, two-odd, odd-even, even-odd. Add the pairs up to sums and they'll still come back to this. Buddy, if you can interpret that otherwise and conclusively prove it to me that your EVOLUTION THEORIES prevail and MAKE MORE SENSE, I will kiss your a\$\$ on every single topic, blog, and you name it.

What I have explained to this person ARE THE BASICS and how they tie into her question about mirrors. Mirrors still fall right into the odd/even, high/low, and sums categories smart a\$\$. You really need to quit trying so hard to be quite the studious one on such a simple approach to this game. Something more simple and accurate, eh? You're darn skippy that there's a helluva much simpler way than this senseless science you're attempting to inject and infect this person with. All these big a\$\$ words, explanations, and theories that have absolutely nothing to do with pairing simple numbers. I'm sure there are some folks here that don't like and maybe even hate me, but even they won't argue with the FACTS I'm posting here regarding this game.

You know, I bet you failed Physical Education didn't you? You're the person that wants everyone to still think that the Earth just might actually be square....that a square tire just might work better on a vehicle. All the fowl in the air are actually being held up by strings. Please, don't get me started on you, okay. I left you alone for a very good reason the first time. It almost like you're on some sort of 'mathematical viagra' or something, dude.

L.L.

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Okay, I'm gonna let you make it this time without doing the 'Pterodactyl' on ya although you still chose "me" as your target for sharing my strong opinion with this person. Now, when I said I said I didn't know, I meant that I couldn't understand just how in the hell you'd personally try and tie in EVOLUTION with simply combining numbers within a (0-9) range. Dude, in Pick3/4, all you have to work with IS odd and even numbers which are paired to create combinations of odd/even,  even/odd, str8 even, str8 odd, and...the sums thereof which still arrive right back at odd & even pairing. If you're honestly going trying to go beyond THAT, which is the simplest explanation of this game, then you're just maintaining a serious hard-on for un-needed complexity and the need to look and feel important.

Go and look at ANY DRAW YOU WANT and tell me that it doesn't fall into one of these groups: odd-odd-odd, even-even-even, odd-even-odd, even-odd-even, odd-odd-even, even-even-odd, odd-even-even, and even-odd-odd. The pairs can only fall within less groups than that: two-even, two-odd, odd-even, even-odd. Add the pairs up to sums and they'll still come back to this. Buddy, if you can interpret that otherwise and conclusively prove it to me that your EVOLUTION THEORIES prevail and MAKE MORE SENSE, I will kiss your a\$\$ on every single topic, blog, and you name it.

What I have explained to this person ARE THE BASICS and how they tie into her question about mirrors. Mirrors still fall right into the odd/even, high/low, and sums categories smart a\$\$. You really need to quit trying so hard to be quite the studious one on such a simple approach to this game. Something more simple and accurate, eh? You're darn skippy that there's a helluva much simpler way than this senseless science you're attempting to inject and infect this person with. All these big a\$\$ words, explanations, and theories that have absolutely nothing to do with pairing simple numbers. I'm sure there are some folks here that don't like and maybe even hate me, but even they won't argue with the FACTS I'm posting here regarding this game.

You know, I bet you failed Physical Education didn't you? You're the person that wants everyone to still think that the Earth just might actually be square....that a square tire just might work better on a vehicle. All the fowl in the air are actually being held up by strings. Please, don't get me started on you, okay. I left you alone for a very good reason the first time. It almost like you're on some sort of 'mathematical viagra' or something, dude.

L.L.

I use mirror tricks..
Instead of 1/6 2/7 3/8 4/9 5/0

I use different variables

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