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# Pick 3/4 Meter Made Math Moves

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I did similar and I heard of others doing the same experiences. It must be in the educative line.
Some of it is in the nuthouse.

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What do Vtrac numbers look like in a dial form?

Wonder no more.

The dial is actually a double needle pointer that point in the opposite directions.

 Vtrac # Dial Position 1 2 3 4 5

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Just for clarification, do you have to have at least 365 draws to use the excel file?  We haven't had nearly that many yet.  I would like to give it a whirl on Illinois.

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Hello, jade could also place the order so 0,2,4, 1.3 5 would be in the middle
0,6,8 other hand, only 7.9 setorizando the even and odd, the clock is the same, only
Thus having 4 sectors as north south east west = instead of being in ascending order
Thus dividing and 4 patterns within the circle 0-9

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Just for clarification, do you have to have at least 365 draws to use the excel file?  We haven't had nearly that many yet.  I would like to give it a whirl on Illinois.

No, you don't need to have exactly 365 draws.

It's just setup as an example.

You'll have do some changes on the worksheet to get it setup for your lottery draws.

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- Eagle Sun - Quantum Master
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Hello, jade could also place the order so 0,2,4, 1.3 5 would be in the middle
0,6,8 other hand, only 7.9 setorizando the even and odd, the clock is the same, only
Thus having 4 sectors as north south east west = instead of being in ascending order
Thus dividing and 4 patterns within the circle 0-9

If you can make improvements that work better for you, great.

Anything on the dial face can be reordered to suit any need.

You'll have to work out the math for your design and may need to translate the regular dial moves to your configuration.

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 Posted: October 26, 2015, 7:28 pm - IP Logged

if this holds today, 2015-10-26, you can avoid 300 straight combinations, 30 front pairs and 3 first digits or 30% of these combo types.

all you have to do is add the clockwise moves of 6, 7, 8 to the first digit to get the ones to avoid.

number from yesterday are 5 4 7.

first digit 5, add 6, 7, 8.

5 + 6 = 11 or 1

5 + 7 = 12 or 2

5 + 8 = 13 or 3

straights to avoid, 1XX, 2XX, 3XX

front pairs to avoid, 1X, 2X, 3X

first digits to avoid, 1, 2, 3

MN Daily 3 for 2015-10-26 - 9 0 8

Just like we said:

straights to avoid, 1XX, 2XX, 3XX

front pairs to avoid, 1X, 2X, 3X

first digits to avoid, 1, 2, 3

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MN Daily 3 for 2015-10-26 - 9 0 8

Just like we said:

straights to avoid, 1XX, 2XX, 3XX

front pairs to avoid, 1X, 2X, 3X

first digits to avoid, 1, 2, 3

Based on today's MN Daily 3 numbers, 9 0 8, the straights, front pairs and first digits to avoid for 2015-10-27 are:

straights - 5XX, 6XX, 7XX

front pairs - 5X, 6X, 7X

first digits - 5, 6, 7

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Ok, we made a basic Excel file that can work with 365 Pick 3 and Pick 4 draws.

Just delete the example data and fill in.

It also has charts to start with and have been setup with the transparent blurred points.

You can see how it was made by looking at the settings.

It might help guide you in making your own charts for other types of data.

The file is at:

or

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I may have to pass my Lottery Detective hat and trench coat over to you!

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- Eagle Sun - Quantum Master
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We've had this idea about dial moves on the back burner for awhile; every now and then we'd go back a play around with it.

It was just last week we worked out the logical layout and math to go with it.

We began applying it to our own MN Daily 3 just to see what we could get out of it; the void stuck out and surprised us, even without the transparent blur initially.

We began posting combinations in the Lottery Post Prediction Board on 2015-10-23 with first digit numbers that we suspected are bogus based on the recently discovered flaw.

Since yesterday we have move the prediction of bogus first digits to this thread.

What's weird and interesting is we has this feeling we needed to explore this more and that is was very important to do so.

Woo-ooh woo-oo, spooky so close to Halloween, but then again we know why.

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Hello jade, the opposite digit of the other is largely the same as the table of mirror
0,1,2,3,4
5,6,7,8,9
Ie through the center.
Jade is to assemble these various clock but with different layout
Where a watch is the king (prize) and another is a witch (misses)

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I downloaded the Excel file and entered the data for Illinois for 10-1-15 through 10-26-15 both midday and evening for pick 3.

There isn't much data but there was definitely a gap.

Clockwise the gap was at:

position1 = gap at 3

position2 = gap at 3

position3 = gap at 5

Counter clockwise the gap was at:

position1 = gap at 3

position2 = gap at 3

position3 = gap at -5

The last draw was 10-26-16 evening = 186.

If I did this right, then:

Position1 number to avoid is clockwise = 4 and counter clockwise = 8

Position2 number to avoid is clockwise = 1 and counter clockwise = 5

Position3 number to avoid is = 1 both clockwise and counter clockwise.

We'll see if maybe it works for us too.

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I downloaded the Excel file and entered the data for Illinois for 10-1-15 through 10-26-15 both midday and evening for pick 3.

There isn't much data but there was definitely a gap.

Clockwise the gap was at:

position1 = gap at 3

position2 = gap at 3

position3 = gap at 5

Counter clockwise the gap was at:

position1 = gap at 3

position2 = gap at 3

position3 = gap at -5

The last draw was 10-26-16 evening = 186.

If I did this right, then:

Position1 number to avoid is clockwise = 4 and counter clockwise = 8

Position2 number to avoid is clockwise = 1 and counter clockwise = 5

Position3 number to avoid is = 1 both clockwise and counter clockwise.

We'll see if maybe it works for us too.

did you combine midday and evening by interleaving:

midday
evening
midday
evening
...

or did you look at them separately?

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I entered them as

midday

evening

midday

evening

Should I have separated them?

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