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# Pick 3 Divergent System

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Just looking back... I didn't re-post this system but think it's worth revisiting. I think it's something to this system.

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I'm excited with the results!

For ex. if we are looking at 170, we have 2 odds and an even. We will now look at the divergent numbers. 170 the even numbers within 1 and 7 are 2,4,6 and outside it is 0 and 8 so we will go with the outside because too many inside. Keeping the 8 with the other even that came in because one of the number repeats most of the time. We now have 8 and 0, must find the third number. We will go with 2 evens and 1 odd, so we should look for 80 and 1, 3, 5, 7, and 9. We had 085 come in the next draw.

Lets look at another one 251, we have 1 even and 2 odds again, so we will look for the divergent numbers which are 2 evens within 1-5, we have 2,4, going on the outside, we have the 0 and 6. We will go with the higher number, since 2 numbers were low.   We keep the 6 and 2 the other even already came in -- have to keep one of the numbers. We have the 62 with the odd numbers 362 came in 9 draws later.

Now, looking at 362, we have 2 evens and one odd. Lets look at what's diverging from each other. We now need to look for 2 odds and one even.  Looking at 2-6, too many in the middle so we go on the outside with a high number because we already had 2 lows. 7 will be the odd number we look at, and look back at the number came in keep the 3 odd number. We have now 2 of the numbers 73 just add the even numbers to it and we had 437 come in 6 draws later.

Let me know if this works for you.

Cupcake10

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Same topic / Same negative ratings poster / Jan 19, 2015 (Today's date)

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Posted By: Cupcake10 — January 19, 2015

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Same topic / Same negative ratings poster / December 21, 2013

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Posted By: Cupcake10 — December 21, 2013

OMG!  Enough said!

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Thanks, Cupcake10!

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Same topic / Same negative ratings poster / Jan 19, 2015 (Today's date)

Pick 3 Divergent System

2 members gave this topic an average rating of 3 out of 5

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Posted By: Cupcake10 — January 19, 2015

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Same topic / Same negative ratings poster / December 21, 2013

Pick 3 Divergent System

4 members gave this topic an average rating of 5 out of 5

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Posted By: Cupcake10 — December 21, 2013

OMG!  Enough said!

How can you figure out who rated your thread with a certain number of stars ???

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How can you figure out who rated your thread with a certain number of stars ???

Click on the stars next to Topic Started By .. member's name.

A drop down table will appear.

You can see the star ratings and poster, but not the date when rated.

Don't click the stars inside the topic area or you may wind up posting a rating.

Now, once you have posted a rating, you can click inside a topic area. Your

rating can't be changed at that point.

*If a topic is closed, you can click inside the topic area, safely.

**If there are no stars posted next to the member's name on the

This is so much easier to do, than to write instructions.

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Click on the stars next to Topic Started By .. member's name.

A drop down table will appear.

You can see the star ratings and poster, but not the date when rated.

Don't click the stars inside the topic area or you may wind up posting a rating.

Now, once you have posted a rating, you can click inside a topic area. Your

rating can't be changed at that point.

*If a topic is closed, you can click inside the topic area, safely.

**If there are no stars posted next to the member's name on the

This is so much easier to do, than to write instructions.

I learned something new today, that I did not know before. Thank you.

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Does it work for anyone? Try to be positive.

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Does it work for anyone? Try to be positive.

Yes, it works!  A very cool system!

Thanks for sharing it, Cupcake10!

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I'm excited with the results!

For ex. if we are looking at 170, we have 2 odds and an even. We will now look at the divergent numbers. 170 the even numbers within 1 and 7 are 2,4,6 and outside it is 0 and 8 so we will go with the outside because too many inside. Keeping the 8 with the other even that came in because one of the number repeats most of the time. We now have 8 and 0, must find the third number. We will go with 2 evens and 1 odd, so we should look for 80 and 1, 3, 5, 7, and 9. We had 085 come in the next draw.

Lets look at another one 251, we have 1 even and 2 odds again, so we will look for the divergent numbers which are 2 evens within 1-5, we have 2,4, going on the outside, we have the 0 and 6. We will go with the higher number, since 2 numbers were low.   We keep the 6 and 2 the other even already came in -- have to keep one of the numbers. We have the 62 with the odd numbers 362 came in 9 draws later.

Now, looking at 362, we have 2 evens and one odd. Lets look at what's diverging from each other. We now need to look for 2 odds and one even.  Looking at 2-6, too many in the middle so we go on the outside with a high number because we already had 2 lows. 7 will be the odd number we look at, and look back at the number came in keep the 3 odd number. We have now 2 of the numbers 73 just add the even numbers to it and we had 437 come in 6 draws later.

Let me know if this works for you.

Cupcake10

This looks really interesting but I am lost.  251.  I see 2 odds and 1 even.  Why do you pick divergent number between 1-5 versus 2-5?  I was working with 343 for Florida and somehow came up with 242, 244.  I think that may have been from workout from original post. It was late.  Can you please clarify for me on the 251?  And, if there are 2 evens and 1 odd do you look for 2 odds and then 1 even for play?  I need my coffee!

Thanks!

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This looks really interesting but I am lost.  251.  I see 2 odds and 1 even.  Why do you pick divergent number between 1-5 versus 2-5?  I was working with 343 for Florida and somehow came up with 242, 244.  I think that may have been from workout from original post. It was late.  Can you please clarify for me on the 251?  And, if there are 2 evens and 1 odd do you look for 2 odds and then 1 even for play?  I need my coffee!

Thanks!

She is looking at the gap between the odd digits in this example.

The odd digits are 1 and 5.

In an example where there are two even digits and one odd,

then look at the gap between the even digits.

Next, follow her rules of analysis.

Hope that this helps.

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I learned something new today, that I did not know before. Thank you.

YW!

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She is looking at the gap between the odd digits in this example.

The odd digits are 1 and 5.

In an example where there are two even digits and one odd,

then look at the gap between the even digits.

Next, follow her rules of analysis.

Hope that this helps.

Thanks for the help.  I will give it a go!

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Yes, it works!  A very cool system!

Thanks for sharing it, Cupcake10!

I know it's not perfect but thanks for letting me know that it works!

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She is looking at the gap between the odd digits in this example.

The odd digits are 1 and 5.

In an example where there are two even digits and one odd,

then look at the gap between the even digits.

Next, follow her rules of analysis.

Hope that this helps.

Thanks Harvest Moon for helping.

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