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# SMD Hot Sheet and Instructions

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So it wasn't a 7 or 8 but the sum of 9. Perhaps I should use more than 2 overdue sums?

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So it wasn't a 7 or 8 but the sum of 9. Perhaps I should use more than 2 overdue sums?

start from the bottom and pick 1 combo per color, that way you will cover all the sums. if you play more numbers repeat the process.

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start from the bottom and pick 1 combo per color, that way you will cover all the sums. if you play more numbers repeat the process.

Illinois was a sum of 7 the number was 142 unless im counting wrong

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Illinois was a sum of 7 the number was 142 unless im counting wrong

that's correct....

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that's correct....

What do you think of my numbers tonight 168 523 452 118 422

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This is how you break down the . To the top left you will see information about your states game. First you will see your Overdue Ball or Overdue Digit. There is normally one Overdue Ball, but there can be up to 3. This means that looking at all of your positions, this ball, or balls haven't come from either position or ball machine in the longest period of time. When the Overdue ball or digits get more that 10 days out you should consider that number in some of your combos. If the Overdue ball or digit reaches 20 draws out or more you should REALLY  include this ball or digit in your combos...personally,I have never seen an Overdue ball or digit reach the 30's but I will keep track to see if it does.

Below the Overdue Balls you have your 2 most Overdue Sums to consider for your state and the amount of draws since it last hit. This does not mean that its gonna come, it's just means that it is Overdue. You are given the 2 most Overdue Sums, this is where you should start to look when you begin picking your numbers. In this case, you would pick a number from Sums 6, then pick a number from Sums 1. If you play more number, pick 1 number per color to even your bets. More picking techniques will be given to subcribers. The picking technique I have discovered will in most cases take you directly to the numbers if you use the sheet properly. Take a look at ONT SMD dated on the 29th , the picking technique gave 2 STRAIGHTs within the 1st 10 picks. http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/280993/3814841

To the right of that Overdue Ball and Sums information, are you states Overdue TTT's or The Dearlers Hand...(TTT's from NJ SMD)

The TTT's are just a quick look at your states Overdue Balls that haven't come from each machine or computer. Numbers are ran 3 different ways, one for the Midday, one for the Evening and one or the combined for a total of 3 Overdue TTT's. This is like playing cards but you can see in the other players hands. You may not win, but don't tell me that you won't have some kind of advantage. That's what these boxes will do, it will give you an advantage, don't you need and advantage ???? More clues and tips about these boxes will be given to subscribers.

To the right of your Overdue TTT's is your Overdue Pairs Sums Chart. Just like your whole combinations(983, 9+8+3=20 for ex) have Sums, you pairs(98, 9 +8=17) front pair (83, 8 +3 = 11) back pair,  have Sums also.

Looking at this Chart it shows that the Overdue Front Sums pair is 1 & 11. Use your TTT's to see if you can find a perfect match for the Overdue Sums pair. Check the pairs off as you look, pair 10, is shown in the Midday TTT as 01. The 29 pair is not shown in the front as 29 or92. The 38 is not shown as 38 or 83 in the font pair. The 47 is now shown in the front as 47 or 74. The last pait to check is 56 which is not shown to come in the fron as 56 or 65. Therefore the most logical Overdue Front Sums Pair is 10 as 01.

The Overdue Back Pair works the exact same way. Let say we wanted to make THE PERECT COMBINATION using the Overdue Front Pair, the Overdue Back Pair along with the Most Overdue Sums os 6-16-26. If we are looking for that 01 to fall in the front, that 1 would have to be included in the Back Pair. Looking at the Overdue Back Pair and the TTT's I can see 15. Which will make the combination 015 which is a Overdue Sums Number , 0+1+5=6

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....I wil post the Hot Picks sections part of this in a few, gotta take a quick break

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The next Chart is the Last 45 Draws....

This Chart is just used as a quick guide for you to see what played recently. Also, when eliminated numbers from the SMD's, you can use this to eliminate any numbers from the 3 filter row that has fallen in the last 45 draws. Even if you played a number from this section, you may not wanna play it back the way it just came, so this gives you the chance to play that combo a different way.

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I love that picture wheres the numbers.  I tried to purchase your sheet but everytime I put my credit csrd number in it said error.

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only 2 numbers sweetie.

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Ontario Mid

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