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# VTracs as true numbers... Vertical Sum at its' best!

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Always, always, always use lottery math.  Don't carry the 1.

Georgia

Thu, Jan 14, 2016 Wed, Jan 13, 2016 Tue, Jan 12, 2016 Mon, Jan 11, 2016 2-1-9 3-9-3-5 9-4-3 4-2-1 9-6-8-3 9-3-7-8 9-0-6 4-3-3 8-6-0-2 6-5-9-1 4-9-3 4-8-4 4-0-6-6 9-1-0-1 2-3-0 1-5-6 6-0-9-8 7-0-3-3 5-1-2 8-8-2 1-0-4-4 0-0-3-9

1 5 6

8 8 2+

9 3 8  v544 (433, 438, 483, 488, 933, 938, 983, 988)  v545 (434, 439, 484, 489, 934, 939, 984, 989)

Next draw was 493, followed by 484 eve, then 433 eve

What you can also do is take any draw, translate it into a VTrac.  Use the actual VTrac digits.

512 = v123 <-- digits 123 (pairs 12  23  13)  next midday draw 230.

...Also, notice v512 = 401, 406, 451, 456, 901, 906, 951, 956 ... 906 straight, three midday draws later

882 = v443 <-- digits 443 (pairs 34  44)  three draws came out of that 493, 448, 433

906 = v512 <--  digits 512 (pairs 12  15  25)  12 pair... 421  219

I'll be back later with many more examples....

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Here's another one, although much more simple.

Ohio

 Thu, Jan 14, 2016 Wed, Jan 13, 2016 Tue, Jan 12, 2016 6-4-0 8-9-7-5 9-7-7 2-9-4 4-7-4-7 9-4-0-9 5-9-7 5-0-3 9-4-9-5 2-8-0-8

Vertical sum

9 7 7

5 9 7+

4 6 4

When I see the same number stacked, i.e. 7 and 7... I'll add AND subtract, 7-7=0

Which would be 460.  Next midday 640.

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Draw 5-9-7 is v153 <-- 153 as true numbers (15  13  53)  next draw 503

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Nice stuff!

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Thanks, lakerben!

Keep it simple

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Thanks Lakerben! A fresh new way to look at VTRACS!

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Thanks, lakerben!

Question,is this the same as just adding ,subtracting the vtracs?

Thanks for your insight.  New year and fresh ideas!

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Always, always, always use lottery math.  Don't carry the 1.

Georgia

Thu, Jan 14, 2016 Wed, Jan 13, 2016 Tue, Jan 12, 2016 Mon, Jan 11, 2016 2-1-9 3-9-3-5 9-4-3 4-2-1 9-6-8-3 9-3-7-8 9-0-6 4-3-3 8-6-0-2 6-5-9-1 4-9-3 4-8-4 4-0-6-6 9-1-0-1 2-3-0 1-5-6 6-0-9-8 7-0-3-3 5-1-2 8-8-2 1-0-4-4 0-0-3-9

1 5 6

8 8 2+

9 3 8  v544 (433, 438, 483, 488, 933, 938, 983, 988)  v545 (434, 439, 484, 489, 934, 939, 984, 989)

Next draw was 493, followed by 484 eve, then 433 eve

What you can also do is take any draw, translate it into a VTrac.  Use the actual VTrac digits.

512 = v123 <-- digits 123 (pairs 12  23  13)  next midday draw 230.

...Also, notice v512 = 401, 406, 451, 456, 901, 906, 951, 956 ... 906 straight, three midday draws later

882 = v443 <-- digits 443 (pairs 34  44)  three draws came out of that 493, 448, 433

906 = v512 <--  digits 512 (pairs 12  15  25)  12 pair... 421  219

I'll be back later with many more examples....

R.w mw

421.   7. 3.  2

433.   1.  1  1

484.    7. 4.  0

156.    3. 5.  1

882.     9. 6.  0

The middle width is the ditance from the second higest digit to the highest.  The root,width,middle width of the 882 shows up 906 on January 12th.

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Question,is this the same as just adding ,subtracting the vtracs?

Thanks for your insight.  New year and fresh ideas!

Basically, yes.  But I'm trying to keep it as simple as possible.  It's easy to get lost in what you're actually doing   Many times I'm in the middle of it, and I have to stop and think, "wait... what am I doing?"

It's doing several different things...

1. Convert the past draw number to VTrac and use the actual VTrac numbers (also look at the entire VTrac string).
2. Using Vertical sum to get a new number and play the numbers in that VTrac string.

I think it's best to just try to do one thing at a time, extract the numbers with your key digits and pairs (double VTrac returns)

I've tried to look over some southern states to apply it, but and I can't really make heads or tails of anything.  It will take a lot more time to research it and see what works.

But really, the best method is plain ole' vertical sum for pairs,

I kind of got ahead of myself when I posted this.  I didn't employ much research into other states.

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Here's New Mexico

Thu, Jan 14, 2016 Wed, Jan 13, 2016 6-8-7 8-2-8 5-7-1 0-2-9 0-7-8 4-1-8

0 2 9

4 1 8+

4 3 7

To get the Vtrac numbers, just mirror the 7, so you get v432 (321, 326, 371, 376, 821, 826, 871, 876)

687 was the next draw

If you look at 078, convert it to a VTrac v134... then use the actual numbers in the VTrac for 134... 418 was the next draw.

134, 139, 184, 189, 634, 639, 684, 689

Just doing those two things would keeps the combinations of numbers to play to a minimum.  The more I complicate it, the more numbers there are to play, and that's no good.

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Here's New Mexico

Thu, Jan 14, 2016 Wed, Jan 13, 2016 6-8-7 8-2-8 5-7-1 0-2-9 0-7-8 4-1-8

0 2 9

4 1 8+

4 3 7

To get the Vtrac numbers, just mirror the 7, so you get v432 (321, 326, 371, 376, 821, 826, 871, 876)

687 was the next draw

If you look at 078, convert it to a VTrac v134... then use the actual numbers in the VTrac for 134... 418 was the next draw.

134, 139, 184, 189, 634, 639, 684, 689

Just doing those two things would keeps the combinations of numbers to play to a minimum.  The more I complicate it, the more numbers there are to play, and that's no good.

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thanks again!  Appreciate all your info.

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I do something different with vtracs.  The top shows the actual draws with a up/down multiplication and adding.  The bottom shows the vrtacs add,multiplied.  The bottom shows the recent 687 str88 hit in NM using vtrac add/mult.

 6 8 7 11 30 8 7 25 5 7 1 14 45 9 8 31 9 7 8 17 72 16 64 28 8 2 8 11 24 10 16 18 3 3 2 7 12 8 12 20 4 4 6 13 36 13 42 26 9 1 7 13 36 13 42 23 4 7 6 10 24 6 0 17 6 9 0 7 6 7 0 10 1 6 7 3 2 10 21 5 2 9 3 2 0 8 15 2 0 4 5 0 0 5 0 0

 2 4 3 3 2 5 6 5 1 3 2 2 1 6 8 7 1 3 4 5 4 8 16 13 4 3 4 8 16 7 12 17 4 4 3 9 20 5 6 19 5 5 2 10 25 5 6 20 5 2 3 10 25 5 6 17 5 3 2 7 10 3 2 11 2 5 1 4 4 4 3 9 2 2 3 5 6 7 12 8 3 5 4 3 0 4 0 3

formulas

 2 4 3 =(B41+B42) =B41*B42 =(D41+D42) =D41*D42 =(F41+F42) 1 3 2 =(B42+B43) =B42*B43 =(D42+D43) =D42*D43 =(F42+F43) 1 3 4 =(B43+B44) =B43*B44 =(D43+D44) =D43*D44 =(F43+F44) 4 3 4 =(B44+B45) =B44*B45 =(D44+D45) =D44*D45 =(F44+F45) 4 4 3 =(B45+B46) =B45*B46 =(D45+D46) =D45*D46 =(F45+F46) 5 5 2 =(B46+B47) =B46*B47 =(D46+D47) =D46*D47 =(F46+F47) 5 2 3 =(B47+B48) =B47*B48 =(D47+D48) =D47*D48 =(F47+F48) 5 3 2 =(B48+B49) =B48*B49 =(D48+D49) =D48*D49 =(F48+F49) 2 5 1 =(B49+B50) =B49*B50 =(D49+D50) =D49*D50 =(F49+F50) 2 2 3 =(B50+B51) =B50*B51 =(D50+D51) =D50*D51 =(F50+F51) 3 5 4 =(B51+B52) =B51*B52 =(D51+D52) =D51*D52 =(F51+F52)
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Ohio morning p3.

 4 0 5 10 24 5 0 25 6 4 0 15 54 7 0 29 9 7 7 14 45 14 49 26 5 9 7 12 35 11 28 22 7 2 4 10 21 8 16 19 3 1 4 9 18 6 8 19 6 6 2 10 24 11 18 21 4 3 9 11 28 16 63 23 7 0 7 12 35 8 7 19 5 2 1 7 10 10 9 18 2 9 9 11 18 14 45 20 9 2 5 9 0 5 0 9
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Ohio morning p3.

 4 0 5 10 24 5 0 25 6 4 0 15 54 7 0 29 9 7 7 14 45 14 49 26 5 9 7 12 35 11 28 22 7 2 4 10 21 8 16 19 3 1 4 9 18 6 8 19 6 6 2 10 24 11 18 21 4 3 9 11 28 16 63 23 7 0 7 12 35 8 7 19 5 2 1 7 10 10 9 18 2 9 9 11 18 14 45 20 9 2 5 9 0 5 0 9

I get the first two steps...

4 + 6= 10, 4 x 6= 25... but after that I'm lost.  Can you explain further?  I like it.

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24.

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