Galloway, Ohio United States Member #163255 January 24, 2015 309 Posts Offline

Posted: August 21, 2015, 6:43 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by Deo-nonfortuna on August 21, 2015

Using WinD's winning root sum formula to calculate PA pick 3 for tonight:

Digits out 4 8 7

49 83 72

43 47 98

92 87 32

convert to LDR

3 1 9 Dominant pairs are 83, 47, 92

7 1 7 Vtrac pairs 44, 53, 53

1 5 5 VTRAC 44pr= 33 88 38VTRAC 53pr= 42,47,92,97

Have been following this thread and understand on this post except where you have the TTT box with 319,717,155. How did you establish that? In OH we have 59's missing. Can this be done with only two digits? Thanks Is this formula posted somewhere?

NJ United States Member #165922 April 27, 2015 3332 Posts Offline

Posted: August 21, 2015, 7:40 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by Claret on August 21, 2015

Have been following this thread and understand on this post except where you have the TTT box with 319,717,155. How did you establish that? In OH we have 59's missing. Can this be done with only two digits? Thanks Is this formula posted somewhere?

Tonight's PA # 348

Look at the bottom of this page and pair 38 came out tonight. It does work. I also figured long overdue digits out 4, 8 will show up tonight.

Quote: Originally posted by Blackapple on August 21, 2015

Thu, Aug 20, 2015

9-5-2

9-9-3

Wed, Aug 19, 2015

3-6-9

1-2-0

Tue, Aug 18, 2015

7-3-9

Pa.DUE

Double Even Vtracs

Even Double Vtracs

11x

16x

66x

33x

38x

88x

Fri, Aug 21, 2015

9-3-3

THAT WAS FAST

PA Midday was 339, now what? We still have digits 4, 8 out, and I would think one or both have to show up tonight.

Quote: Originally posted by Deo-nonfortuna on August 21, 2015

Using WinD's winning root sum formula to calculate PA pick 3 for tonight:

Galloway, Ohio United States Member #163255 January 24, 2015 309 Posts Offline

Posted: August 21, 2015, 7:54 pm - IP Logged

Okey, those numbers are the sum of the above pairs!!! . If you have pairs that have same sums like there was a tie - 2-4s or 2-3s, how do you determine which LDR to use? Thanks for the response.

NJ United States Member #165922 April 27, 2015 3332 Posts Offline

Posted: August 21, 2015, 8:11 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by Claret on August 21, 2015

Okey, those numbers are the sum of the above pairs!!! . If you have pairs that have same sums like there was a tie - 2-4s or 2-3s, how do you determine which LDR to use? Thanks for the response.

Oh my bad, I left out the rest of info. Here's the link for this thread. Make sure you backtest first in OH before you play. Good luck.

NJ United States Member #165922 April 27, 2015 3332 Posts Offline

Posted: August 21, 2015, 10:30 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by Blackapple on August 21, 2015

Pa.DUE

Double Even Vtracs

Even Double Vtracs

11x

16x

66x

33x

38x

88x

The point is to capture

Root sum 6..Tonight's PA # 348

Short sum 6 ..

Root sum 2 Short sum 2

___________________________

Using BLACKAPPLE's winning root sum formula to calculate PA pick 3 for tonight:

Digits out 4 8 7

49 83 72

43 47 98

92 87 32

convert to LDR 1

Thank you BA, my teacher. I think I'm starting to get the idea about what you've been teaching me. I know that your system is as good as anybody's if not better.

I know this is OHIO but wanted to post where there is thread that I have subscribed to. Attempting to follow your example in the referenced post:

August 21, 2015 midday 751 evening 441

August 20, 2015 midday 149 evening 480

751 = 3 Vtrac 4

441 = 9 Vtrac 5

149 = 4 Vtrac 5

480 = 2 Vtrac 3

Vtrac 1 and 2 - 0-5, 1-6 what I am looking for with regard to sums and to support that, I am going to go thru rest of draws to check. Next eight (8) drawings midday and evening together.

784 = 9

272 = 1

629 = 7

644 = 4

758 = 0

127 = 0

346 = 3

364 = 3

Would I go with combo for 0 sum and sums 1 and 6 since there is no 2 sum? Sums are short sums. Right now, my favorite pick for next few days would be 606, 016, 033, 619, 222, and 901 which just are personal favorites but that is why I am attempting to understand your system, because personal favorites do not necessarily prove profitable without some support for picking the combo.

We also are missing Even Vtrac double as BA has already posted.

United States Member #147790 October 13, 2013 2111 Posts Offline

Posted: August 22, 2015, 5:00 am - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by Claret on August 22, 2015

I know this is OHIO but wanted to post where there is thread that I have subscribed to. Attempting to follow your example in the referenced post:

August 21, 2015 midday 751 evening 441

August 20, 2015 midday 149 evening 480

751 = 3 Vtrac 4

441 = 9 Vtrac 5

149 = 4 Vtrac 5

480 = 2 Vtrac 3

Vtrac 1 and 2 - 0-5, 1-6 what I am looking for with regard to sums and to support that, I am going to go thru rest of draws to check. Next eight (8) drawings midday and evening together.

784 = 9

272 = 1

629 = 7

644 = 4

758 = 0

127 = 0

346 = 3

364 = 3

Would I go with combo for 0 sum and sums 1 and 6 since there is no 2 sum? Sums are short sums. Right now, my favorite pick for next few days would be 606, 016, 033, 619, 222, and 901 which just are personal favorites but that is why I am attempting to understand your system, because personal favorites do not necessarily prove profitable without some support for picking the combo.

We also are missing Even Vtrac double as BA has already posted.

Okay, Please Correct me if I am wrong... it looks like you want to know if the last four draws having vtrac 4,5,5,3 are a good approach to BA's ..."one appraoch"

It could work and here's why with some matter of fact.

Vtraced Short Sums are any short sum = to vtrac numbers ie 1,2,3,4,5 Let's example this using your Ohio draws...

At the bottom of Ohio history (you posted) we have FOUR DRAWS of ONLY TWO Short sums 0,0,3,3... (right idea) However, Zero "0" is not a "vtraced" short sum because it is not equal to 1,2,3,4 or 5.

We need only two vtraced short sums to be seen

within four draws

Legend=Vtracs in red

Short sums in Blue

1 2 3 4 5

5-0 1-6 2-7 3-8 4-9

Therefore 0,0,3,3 is not correct. however.. All is not lost.

We are looking for Targets..., The vtraced short Sums are not valid, but they are still TWO in FOUR DRAWS, so the Vtracs themselves can be valid.

So let's invert BA's concept...

Look at the vtracs for the same four draws = 1,1,4,4 = Vtrac 1,4 Now find the missing vtracs... which are 2,3 & 5.

As you can clearly seevtrac 2,3 & 5 (Short sum 1-6, 2-7, 4-9) were drawn for the next 7 days... "You ask which Short sums ?

Which Short sums of the six shown are due?"

Of course we are looking at this from hindsight. But if you Study the short sum history before draws 364 & 346, you might find the long out Short sums are one or more of short sums 1,6,2,7,4 or 9 that hit in the given time frame.