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Tracking sums, pairs, root sums

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sully16's avatar - sharan
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Posted: April 2, 2014, 11:29 am - IP Logged

New York distribution chart, last 20 draws

1-

2-

3- 111

4-

5-

6-

7-

8-

9-  261

10- 514

11-

12- 228 813

13- 634 418 517

14-

15- 654 618

16- 556

17- 764 359 467

18- 783

19-

20- 974

21-

22- 994

234-

24-

25-

26-

27-

Did you exchange a walk on part in the war ?

For a lead role in a cage?

 

                                            From Pink Floyd's " Wish you were here"

    sully16's avatar - sharan
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    Posted: April 2, 2014, 11:39 am - IP Logged

    Just at a visual glance, I have already latched on to sum 14,

    let's look at our root sum count sheet

    RS

    1-1

    2-1

    3-111

    4-1111

    5-

    6-11111

    7-1

    8-111

    9-11

    CLEARLY Root sum 5 , in the distribution chart, 14 jumped out.

    So do you think I would just go play all sum 14 ?  no, there are other thing to consider

    Here are the missing pairs for New York

    00 03 06 07 08 09 19 25 27 29 33 44 58 66 69 77 88 89

    My hot digits 1-4-6 5

    middle 3-7-8-2

    cold 9-0

    right now my favorite would be 419 and 257 omg didn't I say I gravitate to those 2 numbers

    But I would do a little research, go to search past results for New York, see when they were out last,

    Expand the inspect 3 for the last 60 draws, these things only take a few minutes.

    Did you exchange a walk on part in the war ?

    For a lead role in a cage?

     

                                                From Pink Floyd's " Wish you were here"

      sully16's avatar - sharan
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      Posted: April 2, 2014, 11:46 am - IP Logged

      Now I'll throw a curve ball, see how the digit 0 is cold, I might add 608, both pairs are missing and 0 could be due.

      Just to be honest, this is down and dirty guessing, I don't have all the info for New York at my fingertips, like I do for Michigan.

      Another curve ball, I like sum 11, maybe 803 or 209

      so 419 257 608 803 209 would be my favorites at this point.

      Next will be pairs.

      Did you exchange a walk on part in the war ?

      For a lead role in a cage?

       

                                                  From Pink Floyd's " Wish you were here"

        Pildriver's avatar - myjeep
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        Posted: April 2, 2014, 11:50 am - IP Logged

         Guide to tracking numbers, due sums and due pairs, root sums.

        You will need a notebook, legal pads, pencils, lots of pencils.

        Some of you are computor savvy and use spread sheets, that great.

        I use paper because it is easier to lay everything out in front of me.

        It may seem like a monumental task getting set up, once you have what you want to track, your daily workouts should only take a few minutes.

        Staying organized is key, even if you get a couple days behind, catch up is easy.

        This thread will take many postings. as I will tackle one thing at a time, I do have to go to work, be a mom, etc.

        We have many great Gurus here, all suggestions ,thoughts and ideas are welcome.

        Good luck

        Awesome Sully...
        I look forward to readin this thread... thanx 4 sharin...
        Pil

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          Posted: April 2, 2014, 11:52 am - IP Logged

          Thank you Sully for all this info!  I am already printing it out and look forward to getting more organized!

           

          BEST of Luck to you this month!!!

          pets: 169-417-446-623-634-824-626-807-3890-8118-1769

            glowinggal's avatar - 2cwpndk
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            Posted: April 2, 2014, 1:00 pm - IP Logged

            another yeah on New York!  This is JUST what I've needed!!!!  I got lucky with some hits last month but am seeing now that's all it will be without understanding more and getting more organized!!!  Thank you!


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              Posted: April 2, 2014, 5:54 pm - IP Logged

              First let's start with the lingo.

              Pairs, most of us of course know what a pair is, for newbies , it is 2 of the 3 numbers

              Example 369. you have pairs 36-39-69

              Sums, that's all the numbers added together.

              Example 357 - 3+5+7 = 15 so 15 is your sum.

              There are 28 sums 0-27, you can omit sum 0, since 000 rarely falls, but it does once in 10 years, lol

              My chart goes from 1-27, It never changes, I have a printed chart that I lamenated for quick reference.

              We have one here, and I'll explain how to find it when I am done posting.

              Root sums, that is when you add your sum together, up in our example, 15 is the sum, so 1+5=6

              6 is your root sum, there are only 9 root sums, unless you want to bring in the 0 for 000...pffffft.

              Last sum digit, in our example sum 15, our last sum digit is 5. Now for last sum digit, there are 10, because sums 10 and 20 end in 0.

              For root sums, 10 would be 1 and 20 would be 2.

              Now for HHH and  LLL, that means High High High or Low Low Low

              I do not track these, but you will see HLH OR LLH.

              This is telling you the value of numbers, 0-4 are lows 5-9 are highs

              So in our example 357, it would read LHH

              If you want to track these, that's great, but I don't

              Now for EEE and OOO

              Even and odd numbers

              0-2-4-6-8 all even

              1-3-5-7-9 all odd

              In our example it would read OOO, Again, I don't track these, but if you do, that's great.

              Sully16,

              "There are 28 sums 0-27, you can omit sum 0, since 000 rarely falls, but it does once in 10 years, lol"

              You might be throwing the baby out with the bath water when you ignore numbers like 000.  There have been well over 12,000 draws in the Pennsylvania Pick-3 (evening) game.  Their website allows you to look back and count how many times any number you choose has hit over the years.  You will be very surprised at what you find there.  Check it out.

              http://www.palottery.state.pa.us/Games/Has-My-Number-Ever-Won.aspx?id=2

              --Jimmy4164

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                Posted: April 2, 2014, 6:12 pm - IP Logged

                Sully16,

                "There are 28 sums 0-27, you can omit sum 0, since 000 rarely falls, but it does once in 10 years, lol"

                You might be throwing the baby out with the bath water when you ignore numbers like 000.  There have been well over 12,000 draws in the Pennsylvania Pick-3 (evening) game.  Their website allows you to look back and count how many times any number you choose has hit over the years.  You will be very surprised at what you find there.  Check it out.

                http://www.palottery.state.pa.us/Games/Has-My-Number-Ever-Won.aspx?id=2

                --Jimmy4164

                The odds of sum 0 falling is 1000:1.  The odds of sum 27 falling is also 1000:1.  If sum 0 is omitted, then why not sum 27?  Does 999 fall more often than 000?

                  sully16's avatar - sharan
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                  Posted: April 2, 2014, 7:10 pm - IP Logged

                  Thanks Pildriver, Mrsd446 and Glowinggal, and to all the nice people who gave me 5 starsLovies

                  After I do pairs, we are going to go in great detail about the distribution chart and add some important facts about the inspect 3

                  I do not use deflate 3, but I hear how great it is, maybe someone who uses it will share some tips.

                  Did you exchange a walk on part in the war ?

                  For a lead role in a cage?

                   

                                                              From Pink Floyd's " Wish you were here"

                    sully16's avatar - sharan
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                    Posted: April 2, 2014, 7:13 pm - IP Logged

                    Sully16,

                    "There are 28 sums 0-27, you can omit sum 0, since 000 rarely falls, but it does once in 10 years, lol"

                    You might be throwing the baby out with the bath water when you ignore numbers like 000.  There have been well over 12,000 draws in the Pennsylvania Pick-3 (evening) game.  Their website allows you to look back and count how many times any number you choose has hit over the years.  You will be very surprised at what you find there.  Check it out.

                    http://www.palottery.state.pa.us/Games/Has-My-Number-Ever-Won.aspx?id=2

                    --Jimmy4164

                    I think the reason I originally drooped the 0 sum was because the legal pad I was using at the time didn't have enough lines, so I just dropped it.

                    Jack is right, 000 has the same chance as 999, and if I play all triples that day I do include it, especially if I see vtrac111 is past due.

                    I played it just in case tonight after I read this, I just thought watch that number fall now, lol

                    Did you exchange a walk on part in the war ?

                    For a lead role in a cage?

                     

                                                                From Pink Floyd's " Wish you were here"

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                      I think the reason I originally drooped the 0 sum was because the legal pad I was using at the time didn't have enough lines, so I just dropped it.

                      Jack is right, 000 has the same chance as 999, and if I play all triples that day I do include it, especially if I see vtrac111 is past due.

                      I played it just in case tonight after I read this, I just thought watch that number fall now, lol

                      I play fla.. Have lots of notes.. workin on getting it all in binders..

                      Finding pairs is a major problem for me..lol

                      so is piccking the right number..One off most days..thanks..

                      Pil

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                        I play fla.. Have lots of notes.. workin on getting it all in binders..

                        Finding pairs is a major problem for me..lol

                        so is piccking the right number..One off most days..thanks..

                        Pil

                        We'll start on pairs tomarrow, been working in the yard, I need some rest, plus I have a glass of wine, needless to say I am done for the night.

                        I wish you all the best, and I hope I can help.

                        Did you exchange a walk on part in the war ?

                        For a lead role in a cage?

                         

                                                                    From Pink Floyd's " Wish you were here"

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                          Posted: April 2, 2014, 7:25 pm - IP Logged

                          I will utilize this information you have presented. Thanks.

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                            Posted: April 2, 2014, 7:34 pm - IP Logged

                            i  just  started tracking  sums  i  think  its  the   best  way  to  get  a  winner.  i  also  track my   doubles   and   hot and  cold #S also   digit  positions   yesterday in jersey i hit 558 st  and   box,,, it  works,  i have been  playing  #S for 45 yrs. and u  always  learn, im  waiting   to  really   bang  a  number  soon  most  likely it  will  be  a  double,   i  win  alot   playing   doubles, they are  easy   to   track.   but   u  have  to  know  when ! thats  the   key, like  when i  hit  the  55s   with  the  558, yesterday the 5s  were cold for  2 weeks   and  the  frt pair 5s were out a  long  time.  and picked  the 8 in my digit tracking,  but  the  sums   are  a  terrific  way  to  get  your  best   shot,   good luck

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                              Posted: April 2, 2014, 8:13 pm - IP Logged

                              Sully

                              thanks for all this great info. A great beginning to help us newbies get organized and build confidence.

                              You're always so gracious and a great resource.

                              Looking forward to the continuing tutorials

                                 
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