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My New P3 System For 2015 (Its Awsome)

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Maine
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Can you explain the way it works , I am a little confused.

what number(s)  would I play today ?

Are you using Lottomarks program? Yesterday's Michigan mid number was 387=3+8+7=18. Use only the last number...the 8 as your sum. Last night's number was 954=9+5+4=18 so sum 8 again..... the sum repeated from the previous game (387)! If you had played the 12 numbers whose sum was 8 you would have had a hit. Of course you could have filtered those 12 numbers to fewer sets to play. In Michigan row 3 of sums from the top in Lottomark's chart has historically had the most winning hits so you might have considered playing a few sets from there too. Today I would probably not play any sum 8 numbers but might consider row 3 numbers. I might consider using 9 5 or 4 as filter numbers for row 3 because quite often one of the previous game numbers repeats and that didn't happen with the 387 and 954 so maybe even two of them will repeat this time? 95 94 54? So maybe I would try using only numbers in row 3 that have a 9 5 or 4 in them?

If it wasn't impossible I wouldn't even consider it!

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Are you using Lottomarks program? Yesterday's Michigan mid number was 387=3+8+7=18. Use only the last number...the 8 as your sum. Last night's number was 954=9+5+4=18 so sum 8 again..... the sum repeated from the previous game (387)! If you had played the 12 numbers whose sum was 8 you would have had a hit. Of course you could have filtered those 12 numbers to fewer sets to play. In Michigan row 3 of sums from the top in Lottomark's chart has historically had the most winning hits so you might have considered playing a few sets from there too. Today I would probably not play any sum 8 numbers but might consider row 3 numbers. I might consider using 9 5 or 4 as filter numbers for row 3 because quite often one of the previous game numbers repeats and that didn't happen with the 387 and 954 so maybe even two of them will repeat this time? 95 94 54? So maybe I would try using only numbers in row 3 that have a 9 5 or 4 in them?

Ok, I just went to Lottomarks chart there are 10 numbers in row three (sum 2) that have a 9 5 or 4. There are 4 number sets for each. 129 039 589 679/ 589 345 156 057/ 048 345 246 147 and only two that have a pair from 954= 589 and 354. You might play only four sets or only the two that have a pair depending on what your workout tells you. None of these numbers will probably win today but at least it is a method where you use your head and the amount of numbers is reasonable.

If it wasn't impossible I wouldn't even consider it!

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so Midday for michigan today was 717 ...so what would be the evening ?

Maine
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so Midday for michigan today was 717 ...so what would be the evening ?

Double trouble...717=15=sum 5, 954=18-sum8. I would be looking at sums 5 and 8. 7 or 1 will repeat/play within the next 3 draws.....

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Trying to learn.  After download I entered last eve draw for Fl

074 and entered it in the red box.  The 0 did not show so formulated cell so it would actually show 074.  The sum box then showed sum 15. This has me confused. Any thoughts on this? please Should I have done something different?

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Trying to learn.  After download I entered last eve draw for Fl

074 and entered it in the red box.  The 0 did not show so formulated cell so it would actually show 074.  The sum box then showed sum 15. This has me confused. Any thoughts on this? please Should I have done something different?

I fixed it:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/xqjjc75l7o9iis1/Destiny%27sChartRundown.xlsx?dl=0

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Thank you so much.  I will down load it again and give to a try.  Thank again.

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Thanks!  As usual your programs are excellent!

I using 739 for New Mexico for tonight, and I have no clue .

I followed your instructions and put the last digit from sum 19 in the yellow box.   Now what?  What  the control numbers for?

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Thanks!  As usual your programs are excellent!

I using 739 for New Mexico for tonight, and I have no clue .

I followed your instructions and put the last digit from sum 19 in the yellow box.   Now what?  What  the control numbers for?

If you leave the control numbers the way they are they will do a -111 rundown the way that Destiny have laid out for us. However, if you feel like doing a +999 rundown just type the number 9 in each of the control # cells. If you feel like doing a -999 rundown just type -9 in each of the control # cells.

Once you put the last digit from the sum in the Access # cell the rundown is done for you on the right side.

In regards to how to use the system itself, you will need to refer to the forum post(s) that Destiny made early on in this thread.

GL,

ranman17

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If you leave the control numbers the way they are they will do a -111 rundown the way that Destiny have laid out for us. However, if you feel like doing a +999 rundown just type the number 9 in each of the control # cells. If you feel like doing a -999 rundown just type -9 in each of the control # cells.

Once you put the last digit from the sum in the Access # cell the rundown is done for you on the right side.

In regards to how to use the system itself, you will need to refer to the forum post(s) that Destiny made early on in this thread.

GL,

ranman17

I meant the access numbers below that.  Where is this in the system? Nice programming but none of this makes any sense.

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say your sum is 13....the last digit if 13 is the access number which would make it 3

say your sum is 14 the last digit of 14 is 4...that is your access number

I think I explained it correctly....

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say your sum is 13....the last digit if 13 is the access number which would make it 3

say your sum is 14 the last digit of 14 is 4...that is your access number

I think I explained it correctly....

Yes, but my download shows a table with 9 access numbers and more#'s horizontally.  How are these related to anything?

Total confusion.

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Yes, but my download shows a table with 9 access numbers and more#'s horizontally.  How are these related to anything?

Total confusion.

That is Destiny's chart laid out horizontally and is there for reference only. You will see that when you enter an Access# it will create a row of numbers across the top that correspond with the matching Access # at the bottom.

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MICHIGAN WATCH THE 68 PAIR FOR THE REST OF THE WEEK.

681

683

685

687 AND 689......GOOD LUCK TO ALL

Rochester Hills
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MICHIGAN WATCH THE 68 PAIR FOR THE REST OF THE WEEK.

681

683

685

687 AND 689......GOOD LUCK TO ALL

Thanks

Any tips for the 4 digit ??

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