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Posted: March 15, 2015, 10:50 pm - IP Logged

i was feeling beat down cause i played 938 but oh MzD i am feeling yours too aint that something theres your 428

I Played 739 midday.

Looking at the ticket now.

Molottery be on one, 738 ran a lot, now, 739.

They got that pick 4 off, only paid out, $17,000.00

I played, 444 in the pick 3.

 

I'm only playing my one number.

 

Good Luck.

The Struggle is real!

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    Posted: March 15, 2015, 10:55 pm - IP Logged

    Molottery is on something

    I had 9998, sometimes I just don't know

    Numbers.

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      Thanks for your input D_A!!  I've been tracking sums a little bit but haven't done much with the vtracs.  I've been thinking it could only help if I do a little more but as you said, giving it the time you need does not always work out.  Thanks again for the info!  I appreciate it!  All if us on here have to be pretty persistent as that has to be the only sane reason we keep doing it!  LOL

      BeachLife,

      I concur with D_A re: the uses of vtracs and sums - and other indicators. I like to see a few of them line up before taking sustained and persistent action.

      However, let me add to the conversation by stating that it's not only about persistence as you note but it's also about being disciplined in your betting. Prediction is only half the battle because how many times have you predicted a number to come and it comes but you've long forgotten about it or worse, you didn't forget and did hit it but had too little money on it to make a difference. Trust me that's happens to me far too many times than I'd like to admit.

      For example, let's take D_A's 268. Let's suppose I bet $1 s/b @ the store on a daily basis. If it comes out by next week, I'm definitely still ahead and it was worth it. But let's suppose Molott puts it on a hiatus - hopefully not 3 years - but perhaps 3 months - and I do catch it boxed in 3 months with a payout of $80. Hmmm. Now I spent let's say $90x2= $180 chasing it only for me not to catch it straight and receive a loss of $100 for my "enjoyment." Of course, we all want to catch it straight and if I did, I would have a likely profit of $320, so I guess that is the gamble we are taking. The problem is of course that it is 6x less likely to hit it straight than boxed and as D_A points out look at how long some of these numbers like 146 are taking to come out boxed, let alone straight, so if you choose the wrong number, you will quickly go bust, which brings us full cycle back to prediction again. 

      I guess one of the lessons I keep relearning is about when to hit my stop loss "button." If you read my earlier posts about Sum 14, I referred to a betting strategy partly to help anyone who might not have thought of it but mostly to help hold myself accountable for stopping if my prediction about sum 14 turns out to be incorrect.

      So I will either quit my chase of sum 14 after 18 days or double my bets based on other indicators. I look at the sums in four 18 day periods and note the frequency of a sum's appearance in those 18 day periods. If a sum looks sluggish for a period or two then I take note. If it shows a particular pattern then I might jump in.

      The lesson I have to keep learning is when to admit the error of my ways and quit the chase of a given chase.

      Hope that adds perspective on your consideration of sums and vtracs.

      Hmmm. After that dissertation I think I need a shot of Johnny Walker.

      Good luck.

      "He who is not courageous enough to take risks will accomplish nothing in life."  Muhammad Ali

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        Posted: March 15, 2015, 11:12 pm - IP Logged

        Molottery is on something

        I had 9998, sometimes I just don't know

        I had 4448 two time on Friday night. And dropped it because 4148 came in...Thud

        and the 8444 info came back tonight because the trac was still due and it was an "all even"

        but I dismissed it because of the Friday's drawing. unbelievable.

        Don't Chase... Compare and Narrow

        The Cheaper the Cost the Higher the Profit

        Many Winners to You.

        D_A

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          Posted: March 15, 2015, 11:16 pm - IP Logged

          BeachLife,

          I concur with D_A re: the uses of vtracs and sums - and other indicators. I like to see a few of them line up before taking sustained and persistent action.

          However, let me add to the conversation by stating that it's not only about persistence as you note but it's also about being disciplined in your betting. Prediction is only half the battle because how many times have you predicted a number to come and it comes but you've long forgotten about it or worse, you didn't forget and did hit it but had too little money on it to make a difference. Trust me that's happens to me far too many times than I'd like to admit.

          For example, let's take D_A's 268. Let's suppose I bet $1 s/b @ the store on a daily basis. If it comes out by next week, I'm definitely still ahead and it was worth it. But let's suppose Molott puts it on a hiatus - hopefully not 3 years - but perhaps 3 months - and I do catch it boxed in 3 months with a payout of $80. Hmmm. Now I spent let's say $90x2= $180 chasing it only for me not to catch it straight and receive a loss of $100 for my "enjoyment." Of course, we all want to catch it straight and if I did, I would have a likely profit of $320, so I guess that is the gamble we are taking. The problem is of course that it is 6x less likely to hit it straight than boxed and as D_A points out look at how long some of these numbers like 146 are taking to come out boxed, let alone straight, so if you choose the wrong number, you will quickly go bust, which brings us full cycle back to prediction again. 

          I guess one of the lessons I keep relearning is about when to hit my stop loss "button." If you read my earlier posts about Sum 14, I referred to a betting strategy partly to help anyone who might not have thought of it but mostly to help hold myself accountable for stopping if my prediction about sum 14 turns out to be incorrect.

          So I will either quit my chase of sum 14 after 18 days or double my bets based on other indicators. I look at the sums in four 18 day periods and note the frequency of a sum's appearance in those 18 day periods. If a sum looks sluggish for a period or two then I take note. If it shows a particular pattern then I might jump in.

          The lesson I have to keep learning is when to admit the error of my ways and quit the chase of a given chase.

          Hope that adds perspective on your consideration of sums and vtracs.

          Hmmm. After that dissertation I think I need a shot of Johnny Walker.

          Good luck.

          Good Stuff! Thumbs Up

          Don't Chase... Compare and Narrow

          The Cheaper the Cost the Higher the Profit

          Many Winners to You.

          D_A

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            Posted: March 15, 2015, 11:16 pm - IP Logged

            BeachLife,

            I concur with D_A re: the uses of vtracs and sums - and other indicators. I like to see a few of them line up before taking sustained and persistent action.

            However, let me add to the conversation by stating that it's not only about persistence as you note but it's also about being disciplined in your betting. Prediction is only half the battle because how many times have you predicted a number to come and it comes but you've long forgotten about it or worse, you didn't forget and did hit it but had too little money on it to make a difference. Trust me that's happens to me far too many times than I'd like to admit.

            For example, let's take D_A's 268. Let's suppose I bet $1 s/b @ the store on a daily basis. If it comes out by next week, I'm definitely still ahead and it was worth it. But let's suppose Molott puts it on a hiatus - hopefully not 3 years - but perhaps 3 months - and I do catch it boxed in 3 months with a payout of $80. Hmmm. Now I spent let's say $90x2= $180 chasing it only for me not to catch it straight and receive a loss of $100 for my "enjoyment." Of course, we all want to catch it straight and if I did, I would have a likely profit of $320, so I guess that is the gamble we are taking. The problem is of course that it is 6x less likely to hit it straight than boxed and as D_A points out look at how long some of these numbers like 146 are taking to come out boxed, let alone straight, so if you choose the wrong number, you will quickly go bust, which brings us full cycle back to prediction again. 

            I guess one of the lessons I keep relearning is about when to hit my stop loss "button." If you read my earlier posts about Sum 14, I referred to a betting strategy partly to help anyone who might not have thought of it but mostly to help hold myself accountable for stopping if my prediction about sum 14 turns out to be incorrect.

            So I will either quit my chase of sum 14 after 18 days or double my bets based on other indicators. I look at the sums in four 18 day periods and note the frequency of a sum's appearance in those 18 day periods. If a sum looks sluggish for a period or two then I take note. If it shows a particular pattern then I might jump in.

            The lesson I have to keep learning is when to admit the error of my ways and quit the chase of a given chase.

            Hope that adds perspective on your consideration of sums and vtracs.

            Hmmm. After that dissertation I think I need a shot of Johnny Walker.

            Good luck.

            Great information @ lothob

             

            Good Luck.

            The Struggle is real!

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              Posted: March 15, 2015, 11:19 pm - IP Logged

              Good Stuff! Thumbs Up

              I Agree!

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                9 7 5

                4 9 2

                3 4 7

                7 6 2

                2 0 7

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                PLAY THE LOTTERY SOMEDAY-IT IS OKAY TO DREAM!

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                  Posted: March 16, 2015, 9:30 am - IP Logged

                  BeachLife,

                  I concur with D_A re: the uses of vtracs and sums - and other indicators. I like to see a few of them line up before taking sustained and persistent action.

                  However, let me add to the conversation by stating that it's not only about persistence as you note but it's also about being disciplined in your betting. Prediction is only half the battle because how many times have you predicted a number to come and it comes but you've long forgotten about it or worse, you didn't forget and did hit it but had too little money on it to make a difference. Trust me that's happens to me far too many times than I'd like to admit.

                  For example, let's take D_A's 268. Let's suppose I bet $1 s/b @ the store on a daily basis. If it comes out by next week, I'm definitely still ahead and it was worth it. But let's suppose Molott puts it on a hiatus - hopefully not 3 years - but perhaps 3 months - and I do catch it boxed in 3 months with a payout of $80. Hmmm. Now I spent let's say $90x2= $180 chasing it only for me not to catch it straight and receive a loss of $100 for my "enjoyment." Of course, we all want to catch it straight and if I did, I would have a likely profit of $320, so I guess that is the gamble we are taking. The problem is of course that it is 6x less likely to hit it straight than boxed and as D_A points out look at how long some of these numbers like 146 are taking to come out boxed, let alone straight, so if you choose the wrong number, you will quickly go bust, which brings us full cycle back to prediction again. 

                  I guess one of the lessons I keep relearning is about when to hit my stop loss "button." If you read my earlier posts about Sum 14, I referred to a betting strategy partly to help anyone who might not have thought of it but mostly to help hold myself accountable for stopping if my prediction about sum 14 turns out to be incorrect.

                  So I will either quit my chase of sum 14 after 18 days or double my bets based on other indicators. I look at the sums in four 18 day periods and note the frequency of a sum's appearance in those 18 day periods. If a sum looks sluggish for a period or two then I take note. If it shows a particular pattern then I might jump in.

                  The lesson I have to keep learning is when to admit the error of my ways and quit the chase of a given chase.

                  Hope that adds perspective on your consideration of sums and vtracs.

                  Hmmm. After that dissertation I think I need a shot of Johnny Walker.

                  Good luck.

                  Great info lothob!!!  I love hearing everyone's perspective on the subject!!  You have made some excellent points with the topic.  Hoping my persistence, discipline and increasing knowledge of the game not only make it more interesting and fun, but will definitely increase my odds of winning more and more also.  I love how this website makes all of that easier as well by giving us a forum to discuss and share our knowledge and perspective of the game.  I appreciate your input.  Thank you.   

                  By the way, pour two....  I'll have one as well!  LOL

                  Good luck!

                  Cheers

                  BeachLife42015

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                    Posted: March 16, 2015, 9:37 am - IP Logged

                    Midday quick picks yesterday:  428, 814

                     

                    I worked it out, for midday, off the 428, I played, 739, 713, 539.

                     

                    If I buy a quick pick today, I"m working it out for midday and evening, @ $1.00 box.

                     

                    Good Luck.

                              539

                    Quick pick=428= 973

                              317

                    Evening winning number was 937.

                    The Struggle is real!

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                      Posted: March 16, 2015, 9:54 am - IP Logged

                      Good morning to all, had to take a break from the numbers to watch them fall for a few weeks, to refresh my mind.

                      Hot Digits for the week 3/16th--3/22nd.

                       9= *90--95--99

                       7=   72--75

                       8=   80--*82--86--87--88

                      Due Digits for this week,

                        0=  02--05--*06--*09

                        4=  40--41--48

                        5= *51--52--54

                      Good Luck!!

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                        Posted: March 16, 2015, 10:05 am - IP Logged

                        Thank you very much @ CLOVER$BAY

                         

                        Good Luck to you!Banana

                        The Struggle is real!

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                          Posted: March 16, 2015, 10:07 am - IP Logged

                          Due Front pairs:

                          18x

                          21x

                          37x

                          42x

                          62x

                          67x

                          86x

                          ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

                          Good Luck.

                          The Struggle is real!

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                            Posted: March 16, 2015, 10:25 am - IP Logged

                            most overdue lead number is 3....mid day lead numbers due and overdue  3  6  4...  evening  3  2  0  the 3 has not shown in first position for 48 draws

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                              most overdue lead number is 3....mid day lead numbers due and overdue  3  6  4...  evening  3  2  0  the 3 has not shown in first position for 48 draws

                              Good info!  Thanks parkerdog!

                              Good luck!

                              BeachLife42015

                                 
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