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Quick Pair Technique for Beginners (P4)

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Posted: October 28, 2014, 7:38 pm - IP Logged

Quick Pair Technique...(using CT P4 as an example)

8439 hit on the 25th

then....8901 hit on the 27th

What does that mean? that means....8901 borrowed 8 & 9(89) from 8439

...which leaves 84. 83. 43. 49 & 39( there are 6 pairs total in a P4 combo)

 

No need to go back to 1983 to see what played on blah blah blah date.

The game is always current and up to date, stay with in that proximity.

 

Now...grab those pairs and watch as they all break free of 8439 and cross them out as they come.

So....when you're left with 2 or 1 of those pairs, turn them into consecutives/series.

Ex. 849x. 845x. 843x. 847x 

You'll end up with 4 good triads

A high triad should have all low numbers 0.1.2.3.4

A low triad should have all high numbers 5.6.7.8.9

 

Good Luck!!

CTNY

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    Posted: October 28, 2014, 11:11 pm - IP Logged

    I understand most of this ,but what determines whether a triad is high or low example please

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      Posted: October 29, 2014, 12:26 am - IP Logged

      how would you use this method with Michigan's 10/26 daily 4 number (6354), the closest number that I see which shares the 5 and 4 is from 10/19. Is that too far back in time?

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        Posted: October 29, 2014, 1:15 am - IP Logged

        I understand most of this ,but what determines whether a triad is high or low example please

        Maybe she means this :874 is HHL just like in  P3 .. which makes it a mostly high triad so she's sugessting to add the LOW numbers to a HHL triad  and viceversa...a triad like 823 is LLH juzt like in Pick 3 .

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          Posted: October 29, 2014, 1:18 am - IP Logged

          Quick Pair Technique...(using CT P4 as an example)

          8439 hit on the 25th

          then....8901 hit on the 27th

          What does that mean? that means....8901 borrowed 8 & 9(89) from 8439

          ...which leaves 84. 83. 43. 49 & 39( there are 6 pairs total in a P4 combo)

           

          No need to go back to 1983 to see what played on blah blah blah date.

          The game is always current and up to date, stay with in that proximity.

           

          Now...grab those pairs and watch as they all break free of 8439 and cross them out as they come.

          So....when you're left with 2 or 1 of those pairs, turn them into consecutives/series.

          Ex. 849x. 845x. 843x. 847x 

          You'll end up with 4 good triads

          A high triad should have all low numbers 0.1.2.3.4

          A low triad should have all high numbers 5.6.7.8.9

           

          Good Luck!!

          CTNY

          Brilliant observation CTNY!!

          Thanks for sharing!! Smile

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            Posted: October 29, 2014, 7:38 am - IP Logged

            I understand most of this ,but what determines whether a triad is high or low example please

            Hey Duchess,

            ...nothing fancy...A high triad contain all high digits and a low triad contain all low digits.

            Ex. Low = 230x. 120x. 321x etc...High = 784x. 985x. 578x etc

            The goal is to approach the Pick 3 & Pick 4 game sensibly and systematically!! Wink

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              Posted: October 29, 2014, 7:44 am - IP Logged

              Maybe she means this :874 is HHL just like in  P3 .. which makes it a mostly high triad so she's sugessting to add the LOW numbers to a HHL triad  and viceversa...a triad like 823 is LLH juzt like in Pick 3 .

              What you speak of is more of an advance strategySmile...

              I would count 874 as an all high though based on a number of things,

              but I'm  choosing to keep it simple for the beginners in this thread.

              The goal is to approach the Pick 3 & Pick 4 game sensibly and systematically!! Wink

               I'm not like the guy who predicted the end of the world and nothing happened.

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                Posted: October 29, 2014, 8:04 am - IP Logged

                how would you use this method with Michigan's 10/26 daily 4 number (6354), the closest number that I see which shares the 5 and 4 is from 10/19. Is that too far back in time?

                If the 53 is what you're choosing to look at(track)

                ...then that 6354 came from 1583 which hit on the 21st

                1583 21st (15. 18. 13. 58. 53. 83)

                6571 22nd (15. 18. 13. 58. 53. 83)

                1080 25th (15. 18. 13. 58. 53. 83)

                6354 26th (15. 18. 13. 58. 53. 83)

                4913 26th (15. 18. 13. 58. 53. 83)

                 

                This leaves 58xx and 83xx

                Now...build your triads 589x. 586x. 587x. 584x <-- high triads

                Do the very same with the 83xx

                 

                Why consecutives? Well the difficult part for me is determining when

                does a consecutive not hit!Disapprove  "when in doubt play consecutives" -- CTNY

                The goal is to approach the Pick 3 & Pick 4 game sensibly and systematically!! Wink

                 I'm not like the guy who predicted the end of the world and nothing happened.

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                  Posted: October 29, 2014, 8:10 am - IP Logged

                  Brilliant observation CTNY!!

                  Thanks for sharing!! Smile

                  Thank You HunWink

                  Loving your thread as well!!

                  The goal is to approach the Pick 3 & Pick 4 game sensibly and systematically!! Wink

                   I'm not like the guy who predicted the end of the world and nothing happened.

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                    Posted: October 29, 2014, 8:29 am - IP Logged

                    how would you use this method with Michigan's 10/26 daily 4 number (6354), the closest number that I see which shares the 5 and 4 is from 10/19. Is that too far back in time?

                    Oops! Just read this again and realize you typed 54 and not 53Thud

                    Aww man gotta do it over?Confused But you're observing the very end of a pair breakdown.

                    9754 started breaking down on the 20th with 7691 then 6571 on the 22nd and so on.

                    I didn't check, but if every pair already broke free from

                    9754... it doesn't matter  ...because 6354 is going to do the sameeee exact thing

                    ....which it already started with 4913.

                     

                    The waves are always there just jump on any one of them and ride it out!!

                    The goal is to approach the Pick 3 & Pick 4 game sensibly and systematically!! Wink

                     I'm not like the guy who predicted the end of the world and nothing happened.

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                      Posted: October 29, 2014, 2:03 pm - IP Logged

                      Ok I see thank you so much :) so its basically going back in time to eliminate the pairs that have been used and to find the ones that we are left with that could possibly be used in the future/present.

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                        Posted: October 29, 2014, 3:19 pm - IP Logged

                        Sorry one more question, I came up with two pairs that I'm left with from the 10/29 mid number: 4348

                         

                        My possible pairs are 44xx and 48xx, which numbers would I choose for the third position (1st 'x') of each triad. I didn't see any example with triads starting with 4 so I'm not sure where to go with these.

                         

                        Also, how do you determine the very last number (2nd 'x') of each triad? Is there another way to track in the past numbers to narrow down my choices (high/low, even/odd maybe)?

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                          If the 53 is what you're choosing to look at(track)

                          ...then that 6354 came from 1583 which hit on the 21st

                          1583 21st (15. 18. 13. 58. 53. 83)

                          6571 22nd (15. 18. 13. 58. 53. 83)

                          1080 25th (15. 18. 13. 58. 53. 83)

                          6354 26th (15. 18. 13. 58. 53. 83)

                          4913 26th (15. 18. 13. 58. 53. 83)

                           

                          This leaves 58xx and 83xx

                          Now...build your triads 589x. 586x. 587x. 584x <-- high triads

                          Do the very same with the 83xx

                           

                          Why consecutives? Well the difficult part for me is determining when

                          does a consecutive not hit!Disapprove  "when in doubt play consecutives" -- CTNY

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                          Michigan's Midday's draw was 4348

                          ...as you can see...it hits the 83xx highlighted pair above.

                          Now consecutives are numbers that follow each other in order with out gaps. 01. 12. 23. 34 etc

                          ...you should turn all your pairs into consecutives. Why? Well...because they play a lot.

                          The pair 83 is not a consecutive so you would have to alter the numbers to reflect that.

                          So your triads would look like this... 834x. 832x. 839x. 837x

                          ...and there you have it 4348 as your midday number. Now we're left with 58xx

                          The goal is to approach the Pick 3 & Pick 4 game sensibly and systematically!! Wink

                           I'm not like the guy who predicted the end of the world and nothing happened.

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                            Sorry one more question, I came up with two pairs that I'm left with from the 10/29 mid number: 4348

                             

                            My possible pairs are 44xx and 48xx, which numbers would I choose for the third position (1st 'x') of each triad. I didn't see any example with triads starting with 4 so I'm not sure where to go with these.

                             

                            Also, how do you determine the very last number (2nd 'x') of each triad? Is there another way to track in the past numbers to narrow down my choices (high/low, even/odd maybe)?

                            This leaves 58xx and 83xx

                            Now...build your triads 589x. 586x. 587x. 584x <-- high triads

                             

                            The "1st x" came from me turning 58xx into triads containing a consecutive pair.

                            58 isn't a consecutive pair, so I had to add a 9 to make 589x... a 6 to make 586x etc

                             

                            Finding the "2nd x" is not much of a task.

                            One you create your triads...take a good look at them.Disapprove lol

                            There are 10 numbers to choose from on the P4 game.

                            When you create your triads you will use up 6 of them, which leaves 4.

                            So using the 58xx as an example...your list would look like this.

                            589x 586x 587x 584x (we used up 5. 8. 9. 6. 7 4 so we have 0. 1. 2. 3 left)

                            The "2nd X = 0. 1. 2 & or 3)

                             

                            coming soon..

                            5890. 5860. 5870. 5840

                            5891. 5861. 5872. 5841

                            etc etc

                             

                            When 58xx hits... this list will have the best potential.

                            Good Luck!!

                            The goal is to approach the Pick 3 & Pick 4 game sensibly and systematically!! Wink

                             I'm not like the guy who predicted the end of the world and nothing happened.

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                              Posted: October 29, 2014, 11:41 pm - IP Logged

                              OK I get it now thank you so much for clearing up the confusion! Can't wait to try those numbers out :)