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Tracking sums, pairs, root sums

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sully16's avatar - sharan
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Posted: April 3, 2014, 9:25 am - IP Logged

Thank you Doctorwhy, River26 and Mlynx1819 Hyper

Did you exchange a walk on part in the war ?

For a lead role in a cage?

 

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    sully16's avatar - sharan
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    Posted: April 3, 2014, 9:31 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.

    Yesterday New York drawings

    396 Midday

    032 evening

    We see for midday, our missing 69 pair showed,

    We see for evening, my mistake, We were looking for root sum 5, missing pair 03, our distribution chart clearly shows we needed sum 5, I jumped all over my favorites, we have to forget favorites, If I did more research, I may or may not have picked 032, but it was right in our face. Learn from my mistake.

    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 3, 2014, 9:41 am - IP Logged

      Pairs

      Let's start with breaking down the nubers

      Singles, example 415, all single have 3 pairs 14 15 45

      Doubles, example 552 all have 2 pairs 25 55

      Trips of course have one number in common.

      What I know about pairs, some may not come out for the whole month, some will show as many as 8 times in a month.

      Some will come back the very next draw or 2.

      I do know that one or both of those numbers are hot digits...we will discuss that, not yet.

      There are 100 front pairs 00-99

      There are 100 back pairs 00-99

      I used to track both, just about drove me crazy, if you want to tackle that, that's fine.

      But , as I was be bopping through the lotter post threads, I think it was Blackapple, posted a pairs chart that I ran with.

      Instead of 100 front and back pairs, we only have 55 pairs, all the combos are there.

      That chart is next.

      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 3, 2014, 9:42 am - IP Logged

        you  are  confusing  me,    sums     and   root    sums,     the   sum  13   in   jersey   has  not  hit  in   over   30   draws,,  the  root   sum  is   4    they   both  tell  me  the  same   thing    they  are   due,   so   why   confuse   with   roots   and    reg   sums,  i  dont   get  it,   can  u   explain  with  normal   clarity,   thks

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          Posted: April 3, 2014, 9:44 am - IP Logged

          sorrybut  u  r  not  explaining    roots sums     and    sums   with   clarity   very   confusing

            sully16's avatar - sharan
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            Posted: April 3, 2014, 9:48 am - IP Logged

            Your pairs chart

            00 11 22 33 44 55 66 77 88 99

            01 12 23 34 45 56 67 78 89

            02 13 24 35 46 57 68 79

            03 14 25 36 47 58 69

            04 15 26 37 48 59

            05 16 27 38 49

            06 17 28 39

            07 18 29

            08 19

            09

            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 3, 2014, 9:55 am - IP Logged

              sorrybut  u  r  not  explaining    roots sums     and    sums   with   clarity   very   confusing

              A sum is all the numbers added together

              example 213  2+1+3=6 sum  because this is a single digit sum, the root is also 6

              example 357 3+5+7=15 sum 15, add the 1+ 5=6 sum 15 root sum 6

              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 3, 2014, 10:29 am - IP Logged

                sorrybut  u  r  not  explaining    roots sums     and    sums   with   clarity   very   confusing

                there's a chart here if you don't want to do the math (the math to me is easier like sully is explaining it and more "on hand" all the time.. but if you do a search of the number by hitting control F (small > largest digit) you will find it ... :)

                http://www.lotterypost.com/charts/pick3/rootsums

                  sully16's avatar - sharan
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                  Posted: April 3, 2014, 10:58 am - IP Logged

                  Your pairs chart

                  00 11 22 33 44 55 66 77 88 99

                  01 12 23 34 45 56 67 78 89

                  02 13 24 35 46 57 68 79

                  03 14 25 36 47 58 69

                  04 15 26 37 48 59

                  05 16 27 38 49

                  06 17 28 39

                  07 18 29

                  08 19

                  09

                  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.

                  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"

                    glowinggal's avatar - 2cwpndk
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                    Posted: April 3, 2014, 11:11 am - IP Logged

                    I can't thank you enough for all you are doing.  I have been getting with some on teh boards privately to more actively learn and predict so what you are providing is invalauble for those who are willing ot put the work in! :)

                      sully16's avatar - sharan
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                      I can't thank you enough for all you are doing.  I have been getting with some on teh boards privately to more actively learn and predict so what you are providing is invalauble for those who are willing ot put the work in! :)

                      Thank you, I hope to see everyone develope skills for finding numbers, it's fun.

                      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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                        you  are  confusing  me,    sums     and   root    sums,     the   sum  13   in   jersey   has  not  hit  in   over   30   draws,,  the  root   sum  is   4    they   both  tell  me  the  same   thing    they  are   due,   so   why   confuse   with   roots   and    reg   sums,  i  dont   get  it,   can  u   explain  with  normal   clarity,   thks

                        River, I did a quick crunch of NJ, I would put 418 on your radar, go to the inpect 3 and see if you can figure out how I came to that conclusion.

                        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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                          Hey Sully what do you like for Louisiana tonight?  Thanks.

                            sully16's avatar - sharan
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                            I have finished the March New York number crunch, I have a lot of typing, plus I have to go get some errands done, so I'll get you what I can.

                            First, because march has 31 days, you should have 62 numbers inspected.

                            The first header is the  HHH/LLL,  even though I don't track it daily, I do pay attention when I use inspect 3

                            Here's what I found

                            HHH out 13 times

                            HHL out 23 times

                            HLL out 18 times

                            LLL out 8 times * This is on my radar, in my notes I'll write down LLL. It's a reminder

                             

                            Second Header EEE/OOO

                             

                            EEE out 14 times

                            EEO out 16 times

                            EOO out 25 times

                            OOO out 7 times * Yep, that one is on my radar

                            Now for both these headers, those inside HHL/HLL EEO/EOO, They will always be higher then the outside headers, because thats the bulk of the numbers found in the bell curve.

                            Just as an example, if HLL, said out 6 times, I would be shocked.

                            From looking at this section of the inspect 3 so many times, it's what I would call typical.

                            I just know, that when I do my workouts, OOO and LLL will be considered.

                            And I want to point out, this doesn't mean OOO, will in any way shape or form be all low..could be 775

                            So this ends the first section of inspect 3

                            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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                              Excellent thread Sully!!!  Not just for newbies, but everyone.  Thumbs Up

                              "You can observe a lot just by watching." Yogi Berra, Hall of Fame baseball player.

                              The numbers will tell you what numbers to play. Pay attention to the numbers.

                              Don't just think outside the box, crush it.

                                 
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