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# Touch Patterns

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Sorry ranman to hear that.

I am glad I am out of the work force.

I sure found out your only a number where ever you work and they could careless about anyone except for the suck ups  !!

Your a good guy you will find something .

Remember  to keep your chin up and maybe that was telling you sometting better is coming along.

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A straight pick 3 wheeler can wheel digits by position.

For example for the 3 X 3 x 3 = 27 straight pick 3 numbers.

Using the Hot Digits that you posted:

 P1 P2 P3 2 0 8 6 1 5 4 5 6

Position 1's hottest digits are 2,6,4

Position 2's hottest digits are 0,1,5

Position 3's hottest digits are 8,5,6

205, 206, 208, 215, 216, 218, 256, 258, 405, 406, 408, 415, 416, 418, 456, 458, 605, 608, 615, 618, 658
255, 455, 606, 616, 655, 656

But on the sets that you made it seems as if you also used the cold digits maybe that is why you had more than 27 pick 3 numbers.

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6 X 6 X 6 = 216 If all digits by each position are unique that is not the same digits.

With out doubles nor triples it would be 146 straight pick 3 numbers.

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A straight pick 3 wheeler can wheel digits by position.

For example for the 3 X 3 x 3 = 27 straight pick 3 numbers.

Using the Hot Digits that you posted:

 P1 P2 P3 2 0 8 6 1 5 4 5 6

Position 1's hottest digits are 2,6,4

Position 2's hottest digits are 0,1,5

Position 3's hottest digits are 8,5,6

205, 206, 208, 215, 216, 218, 256, 258, 405, 406, 408, 415, 416, 418, 456, 458, 605, 608, 615, 618, 658
255, 455, 606, 616, 655, 656

But on the sets that you made it seems as if you also used the cold digits maybe that is why you had more than 27 pick 3 numbers.

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6 X 6 X 6 = 216 If all digits by each position are unique that is not the same digits.

With out doubles nor triples it would be 146 straight pick 3 numbers.

That is correct, and I have discovered a way to do this that has been producing wins next draw or the very latest 2nd draw out as long as a double or tripple doesn't show.

Instead of using the instructions I first provided you change the P1 column to "M" (for Missing) change the P2 to "H" for hot and change the P3 to "C" for cold.

Step 1:  using only your last three draws see which digits were missing and fill in the "M" column.

Step 2: Enter the numbers most drwn in the last three draws in the "H" column.

Step 3: Enter the numbers least frawn in the last three draws in the "C" column.

I done some preliminary backtesting in NY, NJ, NC and CA with great success.  During said backtesting I have only used the most recent draws, never going back further than last Sunday.  So the results for these states are recent.

ranman

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Sorry ranman to hear that.

I am glad I am out of the work force.

I sure found out your only a number where ever you work and they could careless about anyone except for the suck ups  !!

Your a good guy you will find something .

Remember  to keep your chin up and maybe that was telling you sometting better is coming along.

Thanks for the kind words.

Yes, my time unemployed has been bittersweet.  I am enjoying tinkering around my new house and spending time with the family but I have not been out of work this long in over 30 years, it's unsettling.

Be kind, because everyone you meet is fighting a great battle.

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That is correct, and I have discovered a way to do this that has been producing wins next draw or the very latest 2nd draw out as long as a double or tripple doesn't show.

Instead of using the instructions I first provided you change the P1 column to "M" (for Missing) change the P2 to "H" for hot and change the P3 to "C" for cold.

Step 1:  using only your last three draws see which digits were missing and fill in the "M" column.

Step 2: Enter the numbers most drwn in the last three draws in the "H" column.

Step 3: Enter the numbers least frawn in the last three draws in the "C" column.

I done some preliminary backtesting in NY, NJ, NC and CA with great success.  During said backtesting I have only used the most recent draws, never going back further than last Sunday.  So the results for these states are recent.

ranman

How do you like my command of the English language "I done some"....

Be kind, because everyone you meet is fighting a great battle.

An Unruly Evil

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hi ranman any way you can get me on your link beside thru the box download? thanks

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thanks ranman it worked. Use it for the future if you don't mind.

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Thanks

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oops now the tabs on the bottom do not work. What a pain.any help here?

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That is correct, and I have discovered a way to do this that has been producing wins next draw or the very latest 2nd draw out as long as a double or tripple doesn't show.

Instead of using the instructions I first provided you change the P1 column to "M" (for Missing) change the P2 to "H" for hot and change the P3 to "C" for cold.

Step 1:  using only your last three draws see which digits were missing and fill in the "M" column.

Step 2: Enter the numbers most drwn in the last three draws in the "H" column.

Step 3: Enter the numbers least frawn in the last three draws in the "C" column.

I done some preliminary backtesting in NY, NJ, NC and CA with great success.  During said backtesting I have only used the most recent draws, never going back further than last Sunday.  So the results for these states are recent.

ranman

Sorry for the questions, I am not sure if I understood  correctly.. For example lets say the last 3 draws in MD were: 167,556, 151, so step 1 would be missing numbers:2,3,4,8,9  (5 numbers how do I choose wich ones to put it in?) Step2 : 1,5,6   Step 3 would be then: 7? That is the only one number list drawn in this tree draws? Did I understand right? Or in this case I have to pick different draws?

Thank you!!!!

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in all disorder a secret order."

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Sorry for the questions, I am not sure if I understood  correctly.. For example lets say the last 3 draws in MD were: 167,556, 151, so step 1 would be missing numbers:2,3,4,8,9  (5 numbers how do I choose wich ones to put it in?) Step2 : 1,5,6   Step 3 would be then: 7? That is the only one number list drawn in this tree draws? Did I understand right? Or in this case I have to pick different draws?

Thank you!!!!

This is what I would make your graph look like:

 M H C 0 1 4 2 5 8 3 6 9

Because you have so many missing numbers they would occupy the Missing and Cold columns.  Then, you have three 1's and three 5's that makes those the hottest and you have two 6's also hot.  So the above is a representation of how I owould have entered the numbers for your situation.

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This is what I would make your graph look like:

 M H C 0 1 4 2 5 8 3 6 9

Because you have so many missing numbers they would occupy the Missing and Cold columns.  Then, you have three 1's and three 5's that makes those the hottest and you have two 6's also hot.  So the above is a representation of how I owould have entered the numbers for your situation.

O ok, got it. Thank you so much for clarifiying this to me!!

"In all chaos there is a cosmos,

in all disorder a secret order."

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Going to set up in Ga. - Thank you

love to nibble those micey feet.

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How do you like my command of the English language "I done some"....

ranman17

Good, other than this:

Step 2: Enter the numbers most drwn in the last three draws in the "H" column.

Step 3: Enter the numbers least frawn in the last three draws in the "C" column.

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ranman17

Good, other than this:

Step 2: Enter the numbers most drwn in the last three draws in the "H" column.

Step 3: Enter the numbers least frawn in the last three draws in the "C" column.

LOL...that's great!  I hope prospective employers are not reading these forums!

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