United States Member #128790 June 2, 2012 5431 Posts Offline

Posted: September 6, 2014, 6:52 pm - IP Logged

Sometimes you'll get a two digit number that will not be 28, but that's ok. It could be 27, or even 26, or 29, 30, whatever you get as close to 28 is acceptable.

GA United States Member #158157 August 13, 2014 99 Posts Offline

Posted: September 6, 2014, 8:15 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by onlymoney on September 6, 2014

I did a short test in Florida and out of the 5 random tests, it created 3 boxed hits and one straight. I only tested for eve to eve.

You'll need a regular calculator for this.

Take your last winning number and look at the sum.

Example: Florida, yesterday's eve winner was 421=sum 7.

Look back to see when the last sum 7 was in the eve draws.

The last winning number I found was on August 10 eve-205= sum 7

Then look for the following eve's winning number which would be on Aug. 11, eve-948

Subtract 948 from 205 using REGULAR math= 743

Divide 743 by 2 using a calculator. Then divide again by 2, and again, etc...until your two digit number is as close to the number 28.

Now, we go back to last night's winning number which was 421 from above. We simply add 28 to the 421, 8 times.

421+28=449

449+28=477

477+28=505

505+28=533

533+28=561

561+28=589

589+28=617

617+28=645

Play those in the eve for the next 3 nights.

few questions

1. at the beginning with 421 are you adding it to root sum lets say 960 = 6 or 5 in last digit sum.

2. when subtracting the 948 etc, do you change the order or not eg: 948, 849, 498

3. at the bottom you have 421+28. following your rules shouldn't 743/2 = 23.2 as it is the closest you get to the number 28 when continuously dividing.

United States Member #128790 June 2, 2012 5431 Posts Offline

Posted: September 6, 2014, 8:31 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by justawiner on September 6, 2014

few questions

1. at the beginning with 421 are you adding it to root sum lets say 960 = 6 or 5 in last digit sum.

2. when subtracting the 948 etc, do you change the order or not eg: 948, 849, 498

3. at the bottom you have 421+28. following your rules shouldn't 743/2 = 23.2 as it is the closest you get to the number 28 when continuously dividing.

thanks

Answers:

1: I never wrote ROOT sum, only sum. No, just finding what sum it is. We only add to the 421 whatever the two digit we get when we do our workout.

2: You keep the original combination orientation. 948 stays 948.

3: You're absolutely correct. I should've made a clause, but was writing in haste, I had 28 on my mind from an earlier workout.. The other option would be 46. So 23 is closer to 28 than 46. 23 is only 5 steps away, and 46 is 18 steps away from 28. .

South Carolina United States Member #18322 July 9, 2005 1704 Posts Offline

Posted: September 6, 2014, 9:18 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by onlymoney on September 6, 2014

I did a short test in Florida and out of the 5 random tests, it created 3 boxed hits and one straight. I only tested for eve to eve.

You'll need a regular calculator for this.

Take your last winning number and look at the sum.

Example: Florida, yesterday's eve winner was 421=sum 7.

Look back to see when the last sum 7 was in the eve draws.

The last winning number I found was on August 10 eve-205= sum 7

Then look for the following eve's winning number which would be on Aug. 11, eve-948

Subtract 948 from 205 using REGULAR math= 743

Divide 743 by 2 using a calculator. Then divide again by 2, and again, etc...until your two digit number is as close to the number 28.

Now, we go back to last night's winning number which was 421 from above. We simply add 28 to the 421, 8 times.

421+28=449

449+28=477

477+28=505

505+28=533

533+28=561

561+28=589

589+28=617

617+28=645

Play those in the eve for the next 3 nights.

Where do you get the 28 from, in the first place ? Is 28 a CONSTANT ?? Or is it supposed to be 23 or 46, as in the following posts ?? Where do these numbers come from ? Are they CONSTANTS ???

United States Member #128790 June 2, 2012 5431 Posts Offline

Posted: September 7, 2014, 10:23 am - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by destinycreation on September 6, 2014

Where do you get the 28 from, in the first place ? Is 28 a CONSTANT ?? Or is it supposed to be 23 or 46, as in the following posts ?? Where do these numbers come from ? Are they CONSTANTS ???

Different amounts produce different two digit numbers. The last one on my mind was the 28 because it was from one of the back test workouts.

United States Member #128790 June 2, 2012 5431 Posts Offline

Posted: September 7, 2014, 10:38 am - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by justawiner on September 7, 2014

Ok just to clarify before i make sure i am backtesting correctly.

example 948 = 21 = 1 last digit sum? is this how you sum up your combinations to go back and look for a matching sum?

Wow, no, you're way off base.

The 948 is just the number that showed after the 205. 948 has no relevancy to the sums part of the workout. The theory behind this system is that when a number shows (948) after the sum we're looking for, which in this case happens to be (205=7 sum), I'm assuming that whatever controlling force is behind 948 showing after 205 can be broken into sub-parts, which is why I divide it down by 2 until I get to a two digit number as in 23. 23 is sort of like a small representation of the larger whole/building block of the "Controlling Force" mentioned earlier. Basically It's like taking apart a piece of skin down to the molecular level to see what makes it tick/or what pattern it's currently in. Then when you find the PRIMER, you hope that it will continue to leave it's trace/fingerprint for about three more days or so, until the primer changes. After the three days, you do the whole process over again with whatever the winning number is 3 days later.

You subtract the 205 from the 948, which gives us 743. Then divide the 743 by two until you reach a two digit number close to 28, which happened to be 23, because the next step up would be 46, and that's too high. You could try 46, it may work just as well.

Then you go back to your original number 421=sum 7, and keep adding 23 eight times.

I still don't understand why you keep using the number 28, as if you're holding it CONSTANT ?? When would you change 28 to some other number, and how long would you hold onto a new "CONSTANT" ??