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# Pennsylvania: 9/1 - 9/30/2015

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Nice to see you back  pumpkin and WTG on the 973 for RS-1...right on time...

Can someone explain RS-1 for me thanks.

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Can someone explain RS-1 for me thanks.

Introduction

The "root sum" of a Pick 3 combination is an extension of the sums principle: an addition of a combination's three digits.  However, unlike a regular sum, if the sum is more than one digit in length, the sum's digits are added — and added again if necessary — until the resulting sum is one digit in length.

For example, the root sum of 123 is 6.  That is calculated by adding the three digits of the combination (1 + 2 + 3).  Since the sum is one digit in length, we can stop right there.

In another example, the root sum of 757 is 1.  That is calculated by adding the three digits of the combination (7 + 5 + 7) to get 19, which is more than one digit in length, so we need to keep going.  We add the 1 + 9, and we get 10, which is still more than one digit in length.  So we add the 1 + 0, and we get 1, which is one digit in length, so we have arrived at the root sum of 1.

Choosing numbers based on root sums is distinctly different from using regular sums because of the even distribution of numbers, unlike regular sums, which form a "bell curve" distribution of numbers.  Root sums analysis tends to make biases more clearly apparent.

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Nice to see you back  pumpkin and WTG on the 973 for RS-1...right on time...

thank you DEE and yea right on time gl guys

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Introduction

The "root sum" of a Pick 3 combination is an extension of the sums principle: an addition of a combination's three digits.  However, unlike a regular sum, if the sum is more than one digit in length, the sum's digits are added — and added again if necessary — until the resulting sum is one digit in length.

For example, the root sum of 123 is 6.  That is calculated by adding the three digits of the combination (1 + 2 + 3).  Since the sum is one digit in length, we can stop right there.

In another example, the root sum of 757 is 1.  That is calculated by adding the three digits of the combination (7 + 5 + 7) to get 19, which is more than one digit in length, so we need to keep going.  We add the 1 + 9, and we get 10, which is still more than one digit in length.  So we add the 1 + 0, and we get 1, which is one digit in length, so we have arrived at the root sum of 1.

Choosing numbers based on root sums is distinctly different from using regular sums because of the even distribution of numbers, unlike regular sums, which form a "bell curve" distribution of numbers.  Root sums analysis tends to make biases more clearly apparent.

Pumpkin thanks so much, I like 60 or 61 rundown for tonight.  GL tonight everyone

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9/20/15 M/E

+22 534

53 54 34

75 76 56

97 98 78

19 10 90

31 32 12

WTG...Wheeler on the 97 pair for  973 in PA today....

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Wheeler what does the +22 mean?

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Introduction

The "root sum" of a Pick 3 combination is an extension of the sums principle: an addition of a combination's three digits.  However, unlike a regular sum, if the sum is more than one digit in length, the sum's digits are added — and added again if necessary — until the resulting sum is one digit in length.

For example, the root sum of 123 is 6.  That is calculated by adding the three digits of the combination (1 + 2 + 3).  Since the sum is one digit in length, we can stop right there.

In another example, the root sum of 757 is 1.  That is calculated by adding the three digits of the combination (7 + 5 + 7) to get 19, which is more than one digit in length, so we need to keep going.  We add the 1 + 9, and we get 10, which is still more than one digit in length.  So we add the 1 + 0, and we get 1, which is one digit in length, so we have arrived at the root sum of 1.

Choosing numbers based on root sums is distinctly different from using regular sums because of the even distribution of numbers, unlike regular sums, which form a "bell curve" distribution of numbers.  Root sums analysis tends to make biases more clearly apparent.

Excellent pumkin!

I love sums and you did a grand job of explaining them!

WTG on your hit today too!!

246 ~~ 485 ~~ 369 ~~ 890 ~~ 705 ~~ 357 ~~ 129 ~~ 165 ~  007 ~ 225 ~ 818 ~ 440 ~  7775 5557

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WTG...Wheeler on the 97 pair for  973 in PA today....

WTG Wheeler!!

246 ~~ 485 ~~ 369 ~~ 890 ~~ 705 ~~ 357 ~~ 129 ~~ 165 ~  007 ~ 225 ~ 818 ~ 440 ~  7775 5557

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083  2X 2015

9831  2X- 2015--56485 HAD 2 HITS-  PICK 2= 44- 4X

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083  2X 2015

9831  2X- 2015--56485 HAD 2 HITS-  PICK 2= 44- 4X

that 083 had an amazing payout for a non double or triple number 320,440

my money's funny tomorrow only playing mom's old favorite  426 see what happens

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Congrats to Wheeler and Pumpkin and any posters I may have missed.

740 741 742 743 744

745 746 747 748 749

good luck

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that 083 had an amazing payout for a non double or triple number 320,440

my money's funny tomorrow only playing mom's old favorite  426 see what happens

That's a pretty good number actually. It goes with 127 136 145 458 061 as frequent hitters.

I like it but not as much as 458 & 136 which, BTW, where are they?

426...I hope you hit it, I like that too gl!

246 ~~ 485 ~~ 369 ~~ 890 ~~ 705 ~~ 357 ~~ 129 ~~ 165 ~  007 ~ 225 ~ 818 ~ 440 ~  7775 5557

Pennsylvania
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Wheeler what does the +22 mean?

I'm going to bump this up - Wheeler should be on soon to explain it to you.

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779 479 697 579 379

970 179 897 279 997

Welcome to Hit'sville!

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9/21/15 M/E

+22 083

08 03 83

20 25 05

42 47 27

64 69 49

86 81 61

God Bless America

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