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Tracking sums, pairs, root sums

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moor2k's avatar - cobra2
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Posted: August 7, 2014, 1:10 pm - IP Logged

Keeping statistics at a minimum to avoid blurring reality and to observe trends. what is the minimum amount of chances you would give the numbers to come out before considering overdue? Three times maybe. This along with every other aspect of the game like sums, pairs, roots, doubles, etc. By the way, you started a great thread.

    sully16's avatar - sharan
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    Posted: August 7, 2014, 1:16 pm - IP Logged

    Keeping statistics at a minimum to avoid blurring reality and to observe trends. what is the minimum amount of chances you would give the numbers to come out before considering overdue? Three times maybe. This along with every other aspect of the game like sums, pairs, roots, doubles, etc. By the way, you started a great thread.

    Thanks, I recalculate every 30 days and see where I stand, the inspect 3 system here is very valuable, I think you can use it up to 20 before you have to upgrade your membership, play around with it and see if it helps you.

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      lakerben's avatar - spherewall
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      Posted: August 17, 2014, 1:10 pm - IP Logged

      Hello Sully,

      On the previous page you had the numbers going vertical starting with:

      0

      0

      1

      2

      3

      4

      5

      6

      7

      8

      9

      But on the next page you continued with Position A, I confuse to how you got there. Can you be a bit more detailed

      Thanks

      geo777

      DO a search and there is an excel sheet for a 7 day position chart.

      How about them cowboys!

       

       

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        lakerben's avatar - spherewall
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        Posted: September 2, 2014, 12:02 pm - IP Logged

        How I use this chart, I start over every month, as the numbers come in I highlight the pairs, or you can circle them, don't cross them out, if the pair comes out again, I write it down at the bottom, if it comes out a third time , I highlight again.

        After the third time, I am done charting it, That doesn't mean I won't play it again,

        On the side of my paper, I have my notes from the previous month.

        I start with pairs not out, make a little list along the side, then under that I have pairs out once.

        Most times you'll find they are doubles.

        Remember, a single will have 3 pairs to highlight...

        For me, this is a visual, a week into the chart, you notice little things, let's say 04 and 48 are not out, your looking for sum 12, sometimes it's right in your face.

        This is just a reminder chart, what's out what's not.

        If you want, you can count skips, I used to, but when you do it on paper it, aaarrrrgh.

        Many posters use software, I have almost zero computor savvy, check out the threads for software.

        Now we have many posters here who have great sytems for finding pairs, some do tic tac toes, some add 22.

        I have several methods, it almost always starts with the first digit, what pair is due on my list ?, what are the hot digits? which one is cold and due to fall ?, How do they fit into the sums and roots sums? 

        This is how you will build your experience, your tracking your numbers, your getting a feel for the roots and sums.

        You will develope your instinct, with the help from the tools we have here, doing the research will be a breeze.

        What I have done, I made New York charts, First thing I am going to do , Is completely crunch the numbers for New York for March. I will run them through inspect 3, and discuss each section. We will apply this for our April number picking.

        After that, using my New York charts, we will start the predicting process.

         

        Todays assignment, Use the inspect 3

        Go to Results at the top of the page, click on Daily numbers games, go to your state, click on it, you will see midday and evening pick3, click on which  one you want, then choose inspect3, it will give you choices, 7 days, fourteen etc

        Make sure you go down to the pairs section, repeat for evening.

        Or you can write down the last 30 draws and go to systems, scroll to inspect 3, plug in the numbers, observe and take notes.

        Well said.

        I Agree!

          lakerben's avatar - spherewall
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          Posted: September 20, 2014, 11:40 am - IP Logged

          Something I've been using for a long time is get the width of the second higest digit to the highest

          Example 715

          Root 

          4

          Width

          6

          Swidth

          2

          Example

          590

          The regular width is 9.

          The width from the 5 to 9 is 4.

          Sure it's the mirror on this one but try it.

          Root.  5

           Width 9

          Swidth 4

          Another example

          617

          Root

          5

          Width

          6

          Swith

          1

          561

          Doubles

          966

          Root

          3

          Width

          3

          Swidth

          3

          333

          Make a table and you will be surprised at what you find.

          How about them cowboys!

           

           

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            lakerben's avatar - spherewall
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            Posted: September 20, 2014, 11:44 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.

            Great idea!

            I also put the 27 minus the sum next to the sum which gives an indication of sums ready to hit.

            How about them cowboys!

             

             

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