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# My New P3 System For 2015 (Its Awsome)

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giving man a fish he only eats for a day,if that man took the time to learn to fish as so many other fishermen here have he to will feed a family not only meals but knowledge.

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giving man a fish he only eats for a day,if that man took the time to learn to fish as so many other fishermen here have he to will feed a family not only meals but knowledge.

That's the truth!

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Take the last P3 lottery.  Im in Michigan so the P3 for midday on Jan 1 was 295.  Add 2 and 9 and 5 so you get 16.  Ok...find a number that equals to 6, 16, or 26. I have the chart.

349 equals 16....take 349 and do -111 workout...for whatever the reason, michigan 99% of the time will take the 3rd number in the workout and it will hit but last night the 127 got reveresed.  Here is the example.

349

238

127 = 1=6    2=7    7 =2

016

905

894

783

672

561

450

349

what happens most of the time.....the 127 would have hit, but instead it got reversed, so work with the 3rd number down.  Reverse means:

0=5

1=6

2=7

3=8

4=9

OK destiny, some brain picking now. Last night we got 915, went to sum 5 and the next number below the 159 was 168 which is not a double, or all odd/even, or a series number. Using lottomarks chart since it does all the work, I chose the column with 168, but then our number (425) for this morning came from the column 023 which is the third number from the top of the sum 5 column, I have been trying very hard to figure out this system and every time I think I have it, it flips me and spanks my bottom. I have followed your guidelines and still nothing, can you please help or advise me on what I might be doing wrong. Thank you.

If you want to catch many hits, cast a wide net.

If you are not getting any hits, then take your hook out of the water.

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OK destiny, some brain picking now. Last night we got 915, went to sum 5 and the next number below the 159 was 168 which is not a double, or all odd/even, or a series number. Using lottomarks chart since it does all the work, I chose the column with 168, but then our number (425) for this morning came from the column 023 which is the third number from the top of the sum 5 column, I have been trying very hard to figure out this system and every time I think I have it, it flips me and spanks my bottom. I have followed your guidelines and still nothing, can you please help or advise me on what I might be doing wrong. Thank you.

Try using  the ideal of ' one digit return' to filter and select your picks from the chart.

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Try using  the ideal of ' one digit return' to filter and select your picks from the chart.

Thanks adobea, I read your thread and have done that for the noon draw, also seen destiny had the 425 run down in another post with numbers to try. So going to play them also, I did go through the chart and highlighted the numbers with 42, 25, 45. Thanks

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If you are not getting any hits, then take your hook out of the water.

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Try using  the ideal of ' one digit return' to filter and select your picks from the chart.

This filter is available in LottoMark tool now.

I don't think this is anything special about only digits from last draw.

This is just easy to notice when you look at draw history, but if you follow 2nd or 3rd one I believe you'd get the same impression.

You can take any 3 digits because a box wheel "At least one of 3 digits" has 136 box combinations from total 220 which is 61.8 %.

It's built in now just to prove easily that when applied the number of hits in the same tested set of i.e. 100 past draws (the more the better) will also go down to about to the same percentage 61.8 % average.

I didn't test this enough and would like to be wrong.

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YOU HAVE SHOULD CAUGHT THE 425...HERE IS WHY.... GO BACK TO THE LAST P3 WHICH WAS 915 = 15

GO TO THE 5 SUM

023

912

801 THIS IS THE AREA THE HIT FALLS MOST OF THE TIME

790

689

578

467

356

245 THIS IS THE AREA THE HIT FALLS MOST OF THE TIME

134

023

PAY ATTENTION TO THE 3RD NUMBER TOP AND BOTTOM....BUMMER

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This filter is available in LottoMark tool now.

I don't think this is anything special about only digits from last draw.

This is just easy to notice when you look at draw history, but if you follow 2nd or 3rd one I believe you'd get the same impression.

You can take any 3 digits because a box wheel "At least one of 3 digits" has 136 box combinations from total 220 which is 61.8 %.

It's built in now just to prove easily that when applied the number of hits in the same tested set of i.e. 100 past draws (the more the better) will also go down to about to the same percentage 61.8 % average.

I didn't test this enough and would like to be wrong.

I did not say  ' a digit return' the next draw is SPECIAL, it was a suggestion. We may be 'so close but far' because we love complexity. Kudos to Destiny for the chart and instructions, but I take those instructions as suggestions, not rigid steps, hence one can evolve and make  it better(the sense of forum is to share).

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This filter is available in LottoMark tool now.

I don't think this is anything special about only digits from last draw.

This is just easy to notice when you look at draw history, but if you follow 2nd or 3rd one I believe you'd get the same impression.

You can take any 3 digits because a box wheel "At least one of 3 digits" has 136 box combinations from total 220 which is 61.8 %.

It's built in now just to prove easily that when applied the number of hits in the same tested set of i.e. 100 past draws (the more the better) will also go down to about to the same percentage 61.8 % average.

I didn't test this enough and would like to be wrong.

I'm totally confused on the chart.  I put some nm eve numbers in and I get 21 rows labeled sums.  Then

3

6

1

4

5

Etc.  down the side?

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I'm totally confused on the chart.  I put some nm eve numbers in and I get 21 rows labeled sums.  Then

3

6

1

4

5

Etc.  down the side?

001002003004005006007008009010011012013014015016017018019020021Sum
0180270360451261352342893794694785680091171441992253885595776679
9079169259340150241231782683583674579980060330881142774484665566
8968058148239049130120671572472563468879959229770031663373554453
7857947037128938029019560461361452357768848118669920552262443340
6746836926017827918908459350250341246657737007558819441151332237
5635725815906716807897348249149230135546626996447708330040221124
4524614704895605796786237138038129024435515885336697229939110011
3413503693784594685675126027927018913324404774225586118828009908
2302492582673483574564015916816907802213393663114475007717998895
1291381471562372463453904805705896791102282552003364996606887782

lakerben  this is a chart for 234

In the 1st row are all P3 numbers whose 3 digits sum is ending by 9 because the sum of 234 (2+3+4=9).

All P3 numbers with their sums ending by 9, 19 are in the 1st row. One of them is the original P3 number 234 (green).

If you entered 324 you'd still get the same chart and see 234 in the 1st row if LMH order checkbox is ON.

This is the same at Desitiny's chart.

Other P3 numbers down from 1st line are their -111 rundowns.

Other things should be clear so far.

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YOU HAVE SHOULD CAUGHT THE 425...HERE IS WHY.... GO BACK TO THE LAST P3 WHICH WAS 915 = 15

GO TO THE 5 SUM

023

912

801 THIS IS THE AREA THE HIT FALLS MOST OF THE TIME

790

689

578

467

356

245 THIS IS THE AREA THE HIT FALLS MOST OF THE TIME

134

023

PAY ATTENTION TO THE 3RD NUMBER TOP AND BOTTOM....BUMMER

I like your chart and have different take on how to use it, my ideal of waging  is defined> Straight bet or nothing.

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001002003004005006007008009010011012013014015016017018019020021Sum
0180270360451261352342893794694785680091171441992253885595776679
9079169259340150241231782683583674579980060330881142774484665566
8968058148239049130120671572472563468879959229770031663373554453
7857947037128938029019560461361452357768848118669920552262443340
6746836926017827918908459350250341246657737007558819441151332237
5635725815906716807897348249149230135546626996447708330040221124
4524614704895605796786237138038129024435515885336697229939110011
3413503693784594685675126027927018913324404774225586118828009908
2302492582673483574564015916816907802213393663114475007717998895
1291381471562372463453904805705896791102282552003364996606887782

lakerben  this is a chart for 234

In the 1st row are all P3 numbers whose 3 digits sum is ending by 9 because the sum of 234 (2+3+4=9).

All P3 numbers with their sums ending by 9, 19 are in the 1st row. One of them is the original P3 number 234 (green).

If you entered 324 you'd still get the same chart and see 234 in the 1st row if LMH order checkbox is ON.

This is the same at Desitiny's chart.

Other P3 numbers down from 1st line are their -111 rundowns.

Other things should be clear so far.

Do I have to use more than one draw for the compare function?

Tonight's would be 187 sum 16.

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Do I have to use more than one draw for the compare function?

Tonight's would be 187 sum 16.

I don't understand what you mean by "compare function".

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I like your chart and have different take on how to use it, my ideal of waging  is defined> Straight bet or nothing.

Used your suggestion for noon draw but it was a double, so used it again for night draw and had a hit on the 804, but only played it any order, but on the chart was straight from the third row from the top. Awesome destiny and thanks adobea. Look forward to more hits.

If you want to catch many hits, cast a wide net.

If you are not getting any hits, then take your hook out of the water.

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