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# Georgia Cash 4 Strategy

Topic closed. 4 replies. Last post 1 year ago by izzybelle96.

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Covington, GA
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 Posted: September 20, 2015, 4:21 pm - IP Logged

Hello everyone! I've been working on a cash 4 strategy for the last few days. I have a start but would like everyone to chime in on how to improve it so it can work for all of us! This mostly pertains to EVE DRAWS! So here we go!

Take the previous evening draw and divide it by the current mid draw.

Example: (8/1 eve)/(8/2 mid) = ?

3108/8508 = 3653

I then use that number to find pairs that may appear. I have backtested the month of August and so far I have noticed that 1-3 digits in that number show up in the eve draw.

8/2 eve = 2593

Another example: (8/5 eve)/(8/6 mid) = ?

0193/1509 = 7243

8/6 eve = 3461

In this example it looks like you can just add -11, -12, -13, etc . But THE RESULT DOESN'T ALWAYS GUARANTEE 1 PAIR. SOMETIMES ITS JUST 1 NUMBER.

Example: (8/11 eve)/(8/12 mid) = ?

7807/3271 = 3867

8/12 eve = 2815

So as you can see, there's still a lot of work to be done. I have tried mirrors and adding the digits and sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't. I can't be sure because sometimes I try to manipulate the result because I have the eve draw right in front of me. That's no good for when I'm trying to PREDICT the next draw

Example: (8/7 eve)/(8/8 mid) = ?

8393/4689 = 7899

This example contains a double, so what I do is either mirror it or do +1, -1.

7899 = 7844

7899 = 7880 ( Don't really like the +1, -1)

8/8 eve = 4244

All suggestions are greatly appreciated

Covington, GA
United States
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August 7, 2015
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 Posted: September 20, 2015, 4:24 pm - IP Logged

Hello everyone! I've been working on a cash 4 strategy for the last few days. I have a start but would like everyone to chime in on how to improve it so it can work for all of us! This mostly pertains to EVE DRAWS! So here we go!

Take the previous evening draw and divide it by the current mid draw.

Example: (8/1 eve)/(8/2 mid) = ?

3108/8508 = 3653

I then use that number to find pairs that may appear. I have backtested the month of August and so far I have noticed that 1-3 digits in that number show up in the eve draw.

8/2 eve = 2593

Another example: (8/5 eve)/(8/6 mid) = ?

0193/1509 = 7243

8/6 eve = 3461

In this example it looks like you can just add -11, -12, -13, etc . But THE RESULT DOESN'T ALWAYS GUARANTEE 1 PAIR. SOMETIMES ITS JUST 1 NUMBER.

Example: (8/11 eve)/(8/12 mid) = ?

7807/3271 = 3867

8/12 eve = 2815

So as you can see, there's still a lot of work to be done. I have tried mirrors and adding the digits and sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't. I can't be sure because sometimes I try to manipulate the result because I have the eve draw right in front of me. That's no good for when I'm trying to PREDICT the next draw

Example: (8/7 eve)/(8/8 mid) = ?

8393/4689 = 7899

This example contains a double, so what I do is either mirror it or do +1, -1.

7899 = 7844

7899 = 7880 ( Don't really like the +1, -1)

8/8 eve = 4244

All suggestions are greatly appreciated

Just noticed for the last example that I can probably just mirror the whole number??

7899 = 2344

eve result = 4244

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 Posted: October 11, 2015, 6:36 pm - IP Logged

(8/1 eve)/(8/2 mid) = ?

3108/8508 = 3653

Look at this:

.365303244

X244

8/8 eve = 4244

Maybe it is just a coincident!

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 Posted: October 11, 2015, 6:56 pm - IP Logged

Thanks Ill try this I have something you can try ,just search thread 231946 & 270931 in search box..

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Covington, GA
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 Posted: October 11, 2015, 6:58 pm - IP Logged

(8/1 eve)/(8/2 mid) = ?

3108/8508 = 3653

Look at this:

.365303244

X244

8/8 eve = 4244

Maybe it is just a coincident!

It could be a coincidence, but I only use the first 4 digits after the decimal points. Anything more than that is too many numbers.

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