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Ringgold,Ga.
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Posted: January 27, 2014, 11:46 am - IP Logged

Doesn't seem to be working for Ga either. Glad it's working for others though.

    ranman17's avatar - jzy6nr
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    Doesn't seem to be working for Ga either. Glad it's working for others though.

    Just a few examples for Ga.

     

    1/2/14 - 203 gave us 770 on 1/11/14

    1/5/14 - 120 gave us 693 on 1/12/14

    1/5/14 - 212 gave us 740 on 1/08/14

    1/9/14 - 038 gave us 551 on 1/10/14

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      I like it. .Im playing the first 4 in the 1st 3 rows for our 001..... bet its right there !  Thanks  Smile

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        Posted: January 27, 2014, 1:21 pm - IP Logged

        Thanks ranman!

        I have been checking out with jan

        the front and back pair that haven't shown yet are

        9x3/9x8, 9x2/9x7, 9x0/9x5, 8x4/8x9, 8x2/8x7, 8x1/8x6

        7x3/7x8, 7x1/7x6, 6x4/6x9, 6x0/6x5, 5x0/5x5, 4x0/4x5

        3x2/3x7, 2x3/2x8, 2x1/2x6, 1x4/1x9, 1x3/1x8, 1x1/1x6

        1x0/1x5, 0x2/0x7

        now I'm going to look and see if the sets with the pairs show something to narrow it down

        I highlighted both straight and box even though its for straights and came up with 2 sets haven't shown off of pairs

        using front back pairs from above, I'd play these straight

        lets see if it works!

         

        01/06

        583

        538

        593

        539

        503

        530

         

        584

        548

        594

        549

        504

        540

         

        585

        558

        595

        559

        505

        550

         

         

         

        74/79

        216

        261

        226

        262

        236

        263

         

        217

        271

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        273

         

        218

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          kreative1's avatar - flower2
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          Posted: January 27, 2014, 1:29 pm - IP Logged

          Doesn't seem to be working for Ga either. Glad it's working for others though.

          you guys need to spend a little more time on trying things.....

          it takes some time to go through(like an hour or so) but if you get hits it's worth it

            kreative1's avatar - flower2
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            Posted: January 27, 2014, 1:57 pm - IP Logged

            Thanks ranman!

            I have been checking out with jan

            the front and back pair that haven't shown yet are

            9x3/9x8, 9x2/9x7, 9x0/9x5, 8x4/8x9, 8x2/8x7, 8x1/8x6

            7x3/7x8, 7x1/7x6, 6x4/6x9, 6x0/6x5, 5x0/5x5, 4x0/4x5

            3x2/3x7, 2x3/2x8, 2x1/2x6, 1x4/1x9, 1x3/1x8, 1x1/1x6

            1x0/1x5, 0x2/0x7

            now I'm going to look and see if the sets with the pairs show something to narrow it down

            I highlighted both straight and box even though its for straights and came up with 2 sets haven't shown off of pairs

            using front back pairs from above, I'd play these straight

            lets see if it works!

             

            01/06

            583

            538

            593

            539

            503

            530

             

            584

            548

            594

            549

            504

            540

             

            585

            558

            595

            559

            505

            550

             

             

             

            74/79

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            217

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             1x4/1x9

            mid- 159

            close...let's see what happens for a couple of days

              ranman17's avatar - jzy6nr
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              Posted: January 27, 2014, 1:58 pm - IP Logged

              Thanks ranman!

              I have been checking out with jan

              the front and back pair that haven't shown yet are

              9x3/9x8, 9x2/9x7, 9x0/9x5, 8x4/8x9, 8x2/8x7, 8x1/8x6

              7x3/7x8, 7x1/7x6, 6x4/6x9, 6x0/6x5, 5x0/5x5, 4x0/4x5

              3x2/3x7, 2x3/2x8, 2x1/2x6, 1x4/1x9, 1x3/1x8, 1x1/1x6

              1x0/1x5, 0x2/0x7

              now I'm going to look and see if the sets with the pairs show something to narrow it down

              I highlighted both straight and box even though its for straights and came up with 2 sets haven't shown off of pairs

              using front back pairs from above, I'd play these straight

              lets see if it works!

               

              01/06

              583

              538

              593

              539

              503

              530

               

              584

              548

              594

              549

              504

              540

               

              585

              558

              595

              559

              505

              550

               

               

               

              74/79

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              Hi Keative1,

               

              A good way to do this is to see which digit has been out the longest in position 1.  In NY it is "5"  then look to see which numbers fell with "0" in position 1.  In NY it was 074, 013, 038.  Now I would check the split pairs chart for 04, 03 & 08 which are:

              04/09

              516

              561

              526

              562

              536

              563

               

              517

              571

              527

              572

              537

              573

               

              518

              581

              528

              582

              538

              583

               

               

              03/08

              505

              550

              515

              551

              525

              552

               

              506

              560

              516

              561

              526

              562

               

              507

              570

              517

              571

              527

              572

               

              Then I would look to see which number sets showed up in both of these charts.  In this case it's: 

              516 517 526 527 561 562 571 572. So I would play just those eight numbers straight.

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

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                That's a good idea thanks!

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                  Posted: January 27, 2014, 2:30 pm - IP Logged

                  longest out in first is 8 (who's on second)

                  862,826

                  817,871

                  894,849

                  874,847

                    ranman17's avatar - jzy6nr
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                    Posted: January 27, 2014, 2:35 pm - IP Logged

                    longest out in first is 8 (who's on second)

                    862,826

                    817,871

                    894,849

                    874,847

                    Nice work...less numbers to play.  I would stick with those for as long as you can.  Don't be discouraged if it takes 20 draws, that would be a $160 investment if you buy $1 straight tickets but it pays straight money.  Also, don't drop the numbers if a number falls with an 8 in P1 that is not in your play set unless it is in the playset you had before you reduced the sets down to 8.

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                      Can you put this in a program?  I would like to try some things with it.

                      How about them cowboys!

                       

                       

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                        ranman17's avatar - jzy6nr
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                        Can you put this in a program?  I would like to try some things with it.

                        Here you go:  https://www.dropbox.com/s/9zib4m7kvjg0d80/Split%20Pairs.xlsx

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                          I'm getting an invalid server certificate message.

                          What?

                          How about them cowboys!

                           

                           

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                            ranman17's avatar - jzy6nr
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                            I'm getting an invalid server certificate message.

                            What?

                            Are having trouble downloading it or opening it or using it?

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                              ranman17's avatar - jzy6nr
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                              I just tested it.  It downloads, opens and works once you enable it.

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