Michigan United States Member #81740 October 28, 2009 40469 Posts Offline

Posted: April 1, 2014, 10:08 am - IP Logged

Now getting started, it is important to track your numbers, I have a note book and I track by the month, It's not a fresh start, it's just more organized.

Many times I have little notes, that remind me of missing pairs, under average sums, hot and cold numbers etc...all this is carried into the new month.

First things first

Here's how I track my numbers, and I do keep Midday and evening separate

March 2014

date midday sum rs evening sum rs

3-1 142 7 7 392 14 5

3-2 884 20 2 858 21 3

3-3 554 14 5 136 10 1

I have the whole month, but I am not going to type it all.

rs is of course root sum, I do not track last sum digit, but I do use it when I crunch numbers in the inspect 3.

I am not a paid spokes person, but I highly suggest upgrading your membership, I use the inspect 3 all the time, along with search past results...more on those later.

Michigan United States Member #81740 October 28, 2009 40469 Posts Offline

Posted: April 1, 2014, 10:28 am - IP Logged

Now, on a separate piece of paper I track my root sums, I keep midday, evening separate.

This is what Michigan looks like today

At the top, is the root sum that has been missing the longest, it doesn't mean it's the next one to fall

Midday evening

7 1

4 3

1 5

9 7

5 8

3 6

2 9

8 2

6 4

Or you can combine them for an overall picture

Combined

1

5

7

3

8

9

2

6

4

This chart is simple, shows me that for midday root sum 7 has been out the longest, the midday and evening charts show me many odd root sums are falling, are we due for and even one.

Now today, I played all sum 9, even with 7 and 1 being the longest out, the reason, the root sum 9's that fell where both sum 18, sum 9 has been awol for awhile, and the pairs I like work out for sum 9...more on reasoning later.

Now let's say 237 falls for midday sum 12 root sum 3

I would go to my midday chart and x out the 3 and put it at the bottom of the running list, so now I would have for midday

7

4

1

9

5

2

8

6

3

This is a visual chart, I don't count skips, now after awhile, I may see that root sum 7 still there, with other info I'll get to in more detail, I can't put 30 years of observation into one lesson.

So, I see root sum 7, then on another chart I see we need the 38 pair sum 16, you bet I am going heavy on 385, how I pick straights vs boxed later.

Sometimes, instead of playing tons of numbers, I focus on one, cuts my losses and the patience of waiting for a number you can trap, really pays off.

Michigan United States Member #81740 October 28, 2009 40469 Posts Offline

Posted: April 1, 2014, 10:33 am - IP Logged

Tomorrow, I'll post a sums chart, and my monthly running sums chart. very easy

Today lesson is setting up your monthly tracking and your root sum chart, it's easy to get your root sum chart started by working backwards, putting the roots sums that fell recently on the bottom, work your way up the monthly chart.

As you add charts, daily upkeep is very quick and easy.

Michigan United States Member #81740 October 28, 2009 40469 Posts Offline

Posted: April 2, 2014, 8:42 am - IP Logged

Handy sums chart, this is just a reference chart. I don't repeat the numbers in wheeled form, Because we all know we can play 001 as 010-001 or 100, kept it simple.

Michigan United States Member #81740 October 28, 2009 40469 Posts Offline

Posted: April 2, 2014, 9:15 am - IP Logged

Flip this chart to the right and you have what's called the Bell Curve.

Instead of having a pool of 1000 numbers, we have a pool of 220 numbers now.

Why I love having this chart handy, because sometimes you forget some numbers exist.

Example, and this is where I sometimes make mistakes, if I am looking for root sum 5 sum 14, I tend to gravitate to numbers I like, 257 or 149, I forget 338 exists, so this chart is a reminder .

Other mistakes I make, I drop numbers to soon, or hang on to long...it is important to pay attention to mistakes, you can learn from them.

Let's recap...you tracking your numbers, marking the sum and root sum and you have a down and dirty running root sum chart going. Muscle memory for your mind, writing this down and going through it will hopefully help you develope a sense of the numbers. Instinct!

My next chart, is my most important chart, I do not track sums the same way I do root sums, you'll end up chasing ghosts, Why? because not all the sums will come out in a month.

When I do a real time distibution chart from the inspect 3, you'll understand.

I have a 3 ring folder, that I keep all my montly distribution charts, at the end of the month I type it nice and print it out,, Why? so I can go back and look at the data.

Example, right now, I am hot for sum 9, it's been scare, and I know when it heats up, I can hopefully capitalize on it.

Another example, sum 12 went crazy, was falling all over the place, it cooled off, so when I was looking for root sum 3, I had sum 3 and sum 21 on my radar. Mama was happy.

Don't worry, I will get to the pairs, first things first.

Michigan United States Member #81740 October 28, 2009 40469 Posts Offline

Posted: April 2, 2014, 10:13 am - IP Logged

Sums chart

1-

2-

3-

4-

5-

6- 213

7-

8-

9- 414 315 333

10- 235

11- 173 443

12-

13- 517 364 329

14- 257 662

15- 465

16-457

17-

18-

19-

20-

21-

22-

23-

24-

25-

26-

27-

This is going to be the hardest thing you have to learn, reading the data.

So, lets start with what we see

We see sums 6-9-10-11-13-14-15-16

root sums 6-9-1-2-4-5-7

We are missing the digit 0,

57 is the hot pair

we have 2 doubles

1 triple

We have gaps in our sums

What's missing, root sum 3 and 8

We still have pairs, this is just a little something to chew on, as you get used to your own distribution chart or even using inspect 3,

I will do a real time inspect 3

First person to chime in with a state, I will do that one, and we can all follow along, there is still other considerations before we have the whole picture.

Michigan United States Member #81740 October 28, 2009 40469 Posts Offline

Posted: April 2, 2014, 10:18 am - IP Logged

Here's a handy tool also

Let's count root sums

get a sheet of paper

Number 1-9

1-1

2-1111

3-

4-11

5-11111

6-1111

7-11

8-1

9-1

every time you get your daily root sum, make a stick figure we will count them, from this handy cheat sheet we see, root sum 3 way over due, root sum 5 really hot...by looking at our sums chart, we can narrow our choices. I would most likely go with sum 12.

All the single, double, and triple combinations presented both as a listing of all straight combinations and as a listing of the unique box combinations.

All the sums from 0 to 27, presented with all the straight combinations for each sum, and with just the unique box combinations for each sum. Also, the odds that a particular sum will be drawn.

All the root sums from 0 to 9, presented with all the straight combinations for each root sum, and with just the unique box combinations for each root sum. Also, the odds that a particular root sum will be drawn.

All the sum last digits from 0 to 9, presented with all the straight combinations for each sum last digit, and with just the unique box combinations for each sum last digit. Also, the odds that a particular sum last digit will be drawn.

All the single, double, double pair, triple, and quad combinations presented both as a listing of all straight combinations and as a listing of the unique box combinations.

All the sums from 0 to 36, presented with all the straight combinations for each sum, and with just the unique box combinations for each sum. Also, the odds that a particular sum will be drawn.

All the root sums from 0 to 9, presented with all the straight combinations for each root sum, and with just the unique box combinations for each root sum. Also, the odds that a particular root sum will be drawn.

All the sum last digits from 0 to 9, presented with all the straight combinations for each sum last digit, and with just the unique box combinations for each sum last digit. Also, the odds that a particular sum last digit will be drawn.

Valley stream, NY United States Member #67354 November 24, 2008 88 Posts Offline

Posted: April 2, 2014, 10:41 am - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by sully16 on April 2, 2014

Sums chart

1-

2-

3-

4-

5-

6- 213

7-

8-

9- 414 315 333

10- 235

11- 173 443

12-

13- 517 364 329

14- 257 662

15- 465

16-457

17-

18-

19-

20-

21-

22-

23-

24-

25-

26-

27-

This is going to be the hardest thing you have to learn, reading the data.

So, lets start with what we see

We see sums 6-9-10-11-13-14-15-16

root sums 6-9-1-2-4-5-7

We are missing the digit 0,

57 is the hot pair

we have 2 doubles

1 triple

We have gaps in our sums

What's missing, root sum 3 and 8

We still have pairs, this is just a little something to chew on, as you get used to your own distribution chart or even using inspect 3,

I will do a real time inspect 3

First person to chime in with a state, I will do that one, and we can all follow along, there is still other considerations before we have the whole picture.

Sully I am enjoying this thread, good job you're doing.

All the single, double, and triple combinations presented both as a listing of all straight combinations and as a listing of the unique box combinations.

All the sums from 0 to 27, presented with all the straight combinations for each sum, and with just the unique box combinations for each sum. Also, the odds that a particular sum will be drawn.

All the root sums from 0 to 9, presented with all the straight combinations for each root sum, and with just the unique box combinations for each root sum. Also, the odds that a particular root sum will be drawn.

All the sum last digits from 0 to 9, presented with all the straight combinations for each sum last digit, and with just the unique box combinations for each sum last digit. Also, the odds that a particular sum last digit will be drawn.

All the single, double, double pair, triple, and quad combinations presented both as a listing of all straight combinations and as a listing of the unique box combinations.

All the sums from 0 to 36, presented with all the straight combinations for each sum, and with just the unique box combinations for each sum. Also, the odds that a particular sum will be drawn.

All the root sums from 0 to 9, presented with all the straight combinations for each root sum, and with just the unique box combinations for each root sum. Also, the odds that a particular root sum will be drawn.

All the sum last digits from 0 to 9, presented with all the straight combinations for each sum last digit, and with just the unique box combinations for each sum last digit. Also, the odds that a particular sum last digit will be drawn.