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Box 

318 694 074 036 134 662 184 303 094 838 297 434 906 655 497 553 078 281 240 891 098 518 137 944 970 561 367 027 779 462

straight 

281 184 838 694 649 185 518

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    579 597 759 795 975 957

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      Posted: February 11, 2015, 7:30 pm - IP Logged

      Winning Numbers

              4-9-2

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         I Agree! with column C.

        Key = 4 Chart 2/10/15 Update from February 2015 Key Charts by SQL-MAN

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        *

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        *

        *

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        *

        LAST 10 DRAWINGS BY DATE

        *

        C

        *

        HIGH FREQUENCY

        DATE

        SUM

        B0X

        *

        *

        PAIRS FOR KEY = 4

        2/9/15

        14

        347

        *

        SUM = LAST 7

        *

        PAIR

        COUNT

        2/8/15

        14

        059

        *

        SUM

        BOX

        *

        24

        4

        2/7/15

        20

        569

        *

        20

        488

        *

        34

        6

        2/6/15

        4

        013

        *

        20

        479

        *

        45

        6

        2/5/15

        14

        356

        *

        17

        467

        *

        47

        6

        2/4/15

        15

        177

        *

        17

        458

        *

        48

        4

        2/3/15

        15

        456

        *

        17

        449

        *

        *

        *

        2/2/15

        17

        449

        *

        15

        456

        *

        *

        *

        2/1/15

        11

        146

        *

        15

        447

        *

        *

        *

        1/31/15

        17

        278

        *

        15

        348

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        15

        249

        *

        *

        *

        Combination 249 in the above chart fell tonight as 492.  It was one of my picks for tonight in the full Key = 4 Chart.  This is the third time in ten days that key 4 hit in column C.  In the last ten days,  I observed a 1, 4, 9, progression played over sums 14 through 17.  I hoped that digit one would  hit tonight, but it looks like I might have to wait until tomorrow.  These keys remind me of music theory.  Just as you have particular chords in musical keys, their are certain sums that go along with numeric keys and their respective triads or combinations.  The table below shows a 1-4-9 Key Progression. Pay attention to the sums.  Listen to the music.

        10 DAY VIEW

        of a 1, 4, 9 Key Progression

        DATE

        KEY(S)

        SUM

        BOX

        COL

        2/11

        4

        14

        249

        C

        2/10

        9

        16

        079

        B

        2/9

        4

        14

        347

        D

        2/8

        9

        14

        059

        D

        2/7

        9

        20

        569

        A

        2/6

        1

        4

        013

        B

        2/5

        N/A

        14

        356

        N/A

        2/4

        1

        15

        177

        C

        2/3

        4

        15

        456

        C

        2/2

        4,9

        17

        449

        C,C

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          Posted: February 11, 2015, 9:28 pm - IP Logged

          Trying a hybrid of two systems - test for Feb. 12: Group A (325 980 146 391 284 506 386 581 250 064 419 932 385 586 681 183 920 204 049 492 280 084 489 982 384 584 589 689 682 182 180 380) Group B (960 375 412 934 671 052 972 074 605 521 143 396 970 072 274 479 365 651 513 365 675 571 173 376 971 071 073 273 276 476 475 975)

          Here's wishing everyone the good fortune they're looking for.  Remember, if you happen to win more than a couple bucks, try and donate a little to one of your favorite charities - keep that positive mojo working!

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            Posted: February 11, 2015, 9:38 pm - IP Logged

            Combination 249 in the above chart fell tonight as 492.  It was one of my picks for tonight in the full Key = 4 Chart.  This is the third time in ten days that key 4 hit in column C.  In the last ten days,  I observed a 1, 4, 9, progression played over sums 14 through 17.  I hoped that digit one would  hit tonight, but it looks like I might have to wait until tomorrow.  These keys remind me of music theory.  Just as you have particular chords in musical keys, their are certain sums that go along with numeric keys and their respective triads or combinations.  The table below shows a 1-4-9 Key Progression. Pay attention to the sums.  Listen to the music.

            10 DAY VIEW

            of a 1, 4, 9 Key Progression

            DATE

            KEY(S)

            SUM

            BOX

            COL

            2/11

            4

            14

            249

            C

            2/10

            9

            16

            079

            B

            2/9

            4

            14

            347

            D

            2/8

            9

            14

            059

            D

            2/7

            9

            20

            569

            A

            2/6

            1

            4

            013

            B

            2/5

            N/A

            14

            356

            N/A

            2/4

            1

            15

            177

            C

            2/3

            4

            15

            456

            C

            2/2

            4,9

            17

            449

            C,C

            Correction: I meant to write, "there are certain sums that go along with numeric keys."  I also corrected the summary table below to include an additional value of 9 for today's drawing in the key(s) column.

            10 DAY VIEW

            of a 1, 4, 9 Key Progression

            DATE

            KEY(S)

            SUM

            BOX

            COL

            2/11

            4,9

            14

            249

            C,D

            2/10

            9

            16

            079

            B

            2/9

            4

            14

            347

            D

            2/8

            9

            14

            059

            D

            2/7

            9

            20

            569

            A

            2/6

            1

            4

            013

            B

            2/5

            N/A

            14

            356

            N/A

            2/4

            1

            15

            177

            C

            2/3

            4

            15

            456

            C

            2/2

            4,9

            17

            449

            C,C

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              Posted: February 12, 2015, 7:36 am - IP Logged

              2/12/15 M/E

              +22 492

              49 42 92

              61 64 14

              83 86 36

              05 08 58

              27 20 70

               God Bless America

               

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                Str/Box 149, 194,419,491,914, and 941.

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                  149,140,141

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                      Str/Box 149, 194,419,491,914, and 941.

                      The above post is proof that I don't have extra-sensory perception like a few other people who post in this forum. LOL   Nothing fails but a try, but I'm not going to try that again.

                      Inform your choices. Do the math.

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                        Trying a hybrid of two systems - test for Feb. 12: Group A (325 980 146 391 284 506 386 581 250 064 419 932 385 586 681 183 920 204 049 492 280 084 489 982 384 584 589 689 682 182 180 380) Group B (960 375 412 934 671 052 972 074 605 521 143 396 970 072 274 479 365 651 513 365 675 571 173 376 971 071 073 273 276 476 475 975)

                        Congratulations JustJim. Combination 072 in Group B fell as 270 this evening. February 2015 Key Charts by SQL-MAN also captured that combination, which was one of my picks for key 2.

                        Inform your choices. Do the math.

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                          Thanks SQL-MAN.  I'm trying to see if I can narrow down one group over the other but I'm still testing.  For 2/13/15 - Group A: 384, 079, 256, 302, 875, 496, 376, 472, 849, 965, 520, 038, 374, 476, 672, 273, 089, 895, 950, 508, 879, 975, 570, 078, 375, 475, 470, 670, 678, 278, 279, 379.  Group B: 069, 314, 528, 035, 612, 948, 018, 915, 694, 482, 253, 306, 019, 918, 815, 510, 364, 642, 423, 236, 614, 412, 213, 316, 012, 912, 913, 813, 816, 516, 514, 014.

                          Here's wishing everyone the good fortune they're looking for.  Remember, if you happen to win more than a couple bucks, try and donate a little to one of your favorite charities - keep that positive mojo working!

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                            Posted: February 13, 2015, 8:15 am - IP Logged

                            2/13/15

                            +22 270

                            27 20 70

                            49 42 92

                            61 64 14

                            83 86 36

                            05 08 58

                             God Bless America

                             

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                              Posted: February 13, 2015, 12:27 pm - IP Logged

                              I Agree! with column B from the updated Key = 1 Chart from February 2015 Key Charts by SQL-MAN.

                                My picks have an asterisk in front.

                              B

                              *

                              *

                              SUM

                              BOX

                              *

                              8

                              134

                              *

                              8

                              125

                              *

                              8

                              116

                              *

                              8

                              017

                              *

                              7

                              133

                              *

                              7

                              124

                              *

                              7

                              115

                              *

                              7

                              016

                              *

                              6

                              123

                              *

                              6

                              114

                              *

                              6

                              015

                              *

                              5

                              122

                              *

                              5

                              113

                              *

                              5

                              014

                              *

                              3

                              111

                              *

                              3

                              012

                              *

                              2

                              011

                              *

                              1

                              001

                              *

                              Inform your choices. Do the math.

                                 
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