Madison, WI United States Member #172977 February 11, 2016 515 Posts Offline

Posted: March 22, 2016, 10:40 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by eddy2014 on March 22, 2016

you're right.sergem is the epitome of a bull<snip> artist.

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No really look. My numbers didn't hit here tonight. But 386 did! If you look at the chart, all of the pairs from 386 are there. Just look! 36 38 68. All in there. Also notice that 36 and 38 are in the same row, and 38 and 68 are in a diagonal line.

Florida United States Member #126774 April 16, 2012 1434 Posts Offline

Posted: March 23, 2016, 4:40 am - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by Wisconsin3054 on March 22, 2016

Yes. This post is clear. He has made a grid containing every possible pair, sorted by their short sum, if I have short sum right. Maybe we are just waiting for the next post to explain more or something about what he suggests to do with this grid? Maybe he is waiting for someone else to suggest what to do with this grid. I'm not sure at this point but will wait to see if we find out.

The only thing he's waiting on is someone to guess what to do with SUM 9.

Sum 0 + Sum 10 Sum 1 + Sum 11 ... Sum 9

What do you do with it?

If you look at how he's adding the SUMs, you see SUM 0 + SUM 10.

Then you see SUM 1 + SUM 11.

So, if we keep going down the list, we get this:

SUM 2 + SUM 12

SUM 3 + SUM 13

SUM 4 + SUM 14

SUM 5 + SUM 15

SUM 6 + SUM 16

SUM 7 + SUM 17

SUM 8 + SUM 18

What's left? SUM 9. He's asking in the original post, what do you do with SUM 9. It's an open discussion on what do we do with SUM 9.

So instead of the few of you trying to bash him, or what he posted, and talking "mumbo jumbo" like you claim the OP is saying, maybe

you few should just leave, or at least contribute something. I've already posted twice now, explaining what he posted.

It wasn't "Mumbo Jumbo" with no explanation. It was a pretty simple post. All he wanted to know, was what would you do with SUM 9?

If you still don't get it, which I'm going to assume, because of the sarcasm of the

recent posts, then you really ought to stay away from the systems forums.

Now, for me to answer what I would do with SUM 9.

Well, first, let's break it down smaller, so we can get a better picture of what we are looking at.

SUM 0: 00 SUM 1: 01 SUM 2: 02 11 SUM 3: 03 12 SUM 4: 04 13 22 SUM 5: 05 14 23 SUM 6: 06 15 24 33 SUM 7: 07 16 25 34 SUM 8: 08 17 26 35 44 SUM 9: 09 18 27 36 45 SUM 10: 19 28 37 46 55 SUM 11: 29 38 47 56 SUM 12: 39 48 57 66 SUM 13: 49 58 67 SUM 14: 59 68 77 SUM 15: 69 78 SUM 16: 79 88 SUM 17: 89 SUM 18: 99

So let's just do a bit of a workout. I'm going to find all the pair sum skips for Florida, not including todays draws, 3/23. It's 4 am, so it's the next day. Anyways.

As of 3/21, these are the sum pair skips.

SUM 0: 4 SUM 1: 16 SUM 2: 25 SUM 3: 2 SUM 4: 2 SUM 5: 3 SUM 6: 9 SUM 7: 3 SUM 8: 5 SUM 9: 1 SUM 10: 3 SUM 11: 0 SUM 12: 0 SUM 13: 1 SUM 14: 1 SUM 15: 1 SUM 16: 29 SUM 17: 18 SUM 18: 8

So what hit on the 22nd? 220 Mid and 209 Eve

That's SUM Pairs 4, 2, 2, and 2, 11, 9.

Well, Pair SUM 2 was out 25 draws. It also repeated into Evening. So, how reliable is this? I don't know. We are just observing.

Back to his question, what do we do with SUM 9? Maybe we don't do anything with it, maybe each Pair SUM is it's own thing.

That' brings us to his next Post. He provided the solution. There's 00, through 99. Except in this case, each "SUM" group, is not a SUM

but rather, a SUM Last Digit. If you add up each Pair, in each SUM group, you're going to end up with the same last digit, or SUM Last Digit.

ORLANDO, FLORIDA United States Member #4924 June 3, 2004 5893 Posts Online

Posted: March 23, 2016, 6:06 am - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by ScreamingMidget on March 23, 2016

The only thing he's waiting on is someone to guess what to do with SUM 9.

Sum 0 + Sum 10 Sum 1 + Sum 11 ... Sum 9

What do you do with it?

If you look at how he's adding the SUMs, you see SUM 0 + SUM 10.

Then you see SUM 1 + SUM 11.

So, if we keep going down the list, we get this:

SUM 2 + SUM 12

SUM 3 + SUM 13

SUM 4 + SUM 14

SUM 5 + SUM 15

SUM 6 + SUM 16

SUM 7 + SUM 17

SUM 8 + SUM 18

What's left? SUM 9. He's asking in the original post, what do you do with SUM 9. It's an open discussion on what do we do with SUM 9.

So instead of the few of you trying to bash him, or what he posted, and talking "mumbo jumbo" like you claim the OP is saying, maybe

you few should just leave, or at least contribute something. I've already posted twice now, explaining what he posted.

It wasn't "Mumbo Jumbo" with no explanation. It was a pretty simple post. All he wanted to know, was what would you do with SUM 9?

If you still don't get it, which I'm going to assume, because of the sarcasm of the

recent posts, then you really ought to stay away from the systems forums.

Now, for me to answer what I would do with SUM 9.

Well, first, let's break it down smaller, so we can get a better picture of what we are looking at.

SUM 0: 00 SUM 1: 01 SUM 2: 02 11 SUM 3: 03 12 SUM 4: 04 13 22 SUM 5: 05 14 23 SUM 6: 06 15 24 33 SUM 7: 07 16 25 34 SUM 8: 08 17 26 35 44 SUM 9: 09 18 27 36 45 SUM 10: 19 28 37 46 55 SUM 11: 29 38 47 56 SUM 12: 39 48 57 66 SUM 13: 49 58 67 SUM 14: 59 68 77 SUM 15: 69 78 SUM 16: 79 88 SUM 17: 89 SUM 18: 99

So let's just do a bit of a workout. I'm going to find all the pair sum skips for Florida, not including todays draws, 3/23. It's 4 am, so it's the next day. Anyways.

As of 3/21, these are the sum pair skips.

SUM 0: 4 SUM 1: 16 SUM 2: 25 SUM 3: 2 SUM 4: 2 SUM 5: 3 SUM 6: 9 SUM 7: 3 SUM 8: 5 SUM 9: 1 SUM 10: 3 SUM 11: 0 SUM 12: 0 SUM 13: 1 SUM 14: 1 SUM 15: 1 SUM 16: 29 SUM 17: 18 SUM 18: 8

So what hit on the 22nd? 220 Mid and 209 Eve

That's SUM Pairs 4, 2, 2, and 2, 11, 9.

Well, Pair SUM 2 was out 25 draws. It also repeated into Evening. So, how reliable is this? I don't know. We are just observing.

Back to his question, what do we do with SUM 9? Maybe we don't do anything with it, maybe each Pair SUM is it's own thing.

That' brings us to his next Post. He provided the solution. There's 00, through 99. Except in this case, each "SUM" group, is not a SUM

but rather, a SUM Last Digit. If you add up each Pair, in each SUM group, you're going to end up with the same last digit, or SUM Last Digit.

Madison, WI United States Member #172977 February 11, 2016 515 Posts Offline

Posted: March 23, 2016, 12:35 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by ScreamingMidget on March 23, 2016

The only thing he's waiting on is someone to guess what to do with SUM 9.

Sum 0 + Sum 10 Sum 1 + Sum 11 ... Sum 9

What do you do with it?

If you look at how he's adding the SUMs, you see SUM 0 + SUM 10.

Then you see SUM 1 + SUM 11.

So, if we keep going down the list, we get this:

SUM 2 + SUM 12

SUM 3 + SUM 13

SUM 4 + SUM 14

SUM 5 + SUM 15

SUM 6 + SUM 16

SUM 7 + SUM 17

SUM 8 + SUM 18

What's left? SUM 9. He's asking in the original post, what do you do with SUM 9. It's an open discussion on what do we do with SUM 9.

So instead of the few of you trying to bash him, or what he posted, and talking "mumbo jumbo" like you claim the OP is saying, maybe

you few should just leave, or at least contribute something. I've already posted twice now, explaining what he posted.

It wasn't "Mumbo Jumbo" with no explanation. It was a pretty simple post. All he wanted to know, was what would you do with SUM 9?

If you still don't get it, which I'm going to assume, because of the sarcasm of the

recent posts, then you really ought to stay away from the systems forums.

Now, for me to answer what I would do with SUM 9.

Well, first, let's break it down smaller, so we can get a better picture of what we are looking at.

SUM 0: 00 SUM 1: 01 SUM 2: 02 11 SUM 3: 03 12 SUM 4: 04 13 22 SUM 5: 05 14 23 SUM 6: 06 15 24 33 SUM 7: 07 16 25 34 SUM 8: 08 17 26 35 44 SUM 9: 09 18 27 36 45 SUM 10: 19 28 37 46 55 SUM 11: 29 38 47 56 SUM 12: 39 48 57 66 SUM 13: 49 58 67 SUM 14: 59 68 77 SUM 15: 69 78 SUM 16: 79 88 SUM 17: 89 SUM 18: 99

So let's just do a bit of a workout. I'm going to find all the pair sum skips for Florida, not including todays draws, 3/23. It's 4 am, so it's the next day. Anyways.

As of 3/21, these are the sum pair skips.

SUM 0: 4 SUM 1: 16 SUM 2: 25 SUM 3: 2 SUM 4: 2 SUM 5: 3 SUM 6: 9 SUM 7: 3 SUM 8: 5 SUM 9: 1 SUM 10: 3 SUM 11: 0 SUM 12: 0 SUM 13: 1 SUM 14: 1 SUM 15: 1 SUM 16: 29 SUM 17: 18 SUM 18: 8

So what hit on the 22nd? 220 Mid and 209 Eve

That's SUM Pairs 4, 2, 2, and 2, 11, 9.

Well, Pair SUM 2 was out 25 draws. It also repeated into Evening. So, how reliable is this? I don't know. We are just observing.

Back to his question, what do we do with SUM 9? Maybe we don't do anything with it, maybe each Pair SUM is it's own thing.

That' brings us to his next Post. He provided the solution. There's 00, through 99. Except in this case, each "SUM" group, is not a SUM

but rather, a SUM Last Digit. If you add up each Pair, in each SUM group, you're going to end up with the same last digit, or SUM Last Digit.

This is nothing new though. Cash34ologist uses Pair SLD as part of his charting.

It goes 0 10, 1 11, 2 12, 3 13, 4 14 etc etc to 9.

So from here, I don't know what else to say about this post. It's not really a system, it's just a method of charting Pairs.

Well, if that helps you in some way then great. Still not seeing a way to select your pick 3 out of it.

From your post:

He's waiting for someone to "guess" what to do? Does he know what we are trying to guess or is he just hoping someone finds something to do with this?

Your conclusion? Maybe we don't do anything with SUM 9.

The reason the SUM Last Digit comes out the same for the whole row like you lay out, is because that was the basis for the way he set up the rows in the first place. If you understood how he made his chart and rows in the beginning, then that would have been obvious. But, you know, I am the one who doesn't understand.

Oh, and you note that this is nothing new.

And in conclusion, you note that this is not really a system. Just a method of charting.

After all that, it looks like you also have no idea what to do with this "system". But I and a few others are the ones who don't get it and are negative?

New Mexico United States Member #86099 January 29, 2010 11115 Posts Offline

Posted: March 24, 2016, 7:27 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by river26 on March 22, 2016

your explanation is not clear what d u mean or trying to convey u and black apple dont clarify nothing all mumbo jumbo talk sorry

BA is very good at what he does. He explains the best he can. No mumbo jumbo. His theory isnt rocket science and he answers questions about his theory.

Broken Arrow, OK United States Member #155206 May 11, 2014 1874 Posts Offline

Posted: March 24, 2016, 8:17 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by lakerben on March 24, 2016

Nm 838

FP sum 11

BP. 11

SP 16

From the chart for 11,

29,38,47,56,64,74,83,92.

838. Using up/down/up.

UdU

929.

I already bought 888,333,911, so one last pick 929.

Okay, I see what you did with the Fp, Bp, Sp, and the UdU, but where did the numbers from the chart "11" come into play in making your picks? Or was it for information only?

"What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us"

New Mexico United States Member #86099 January 29, 2010 11115 Posts Offline

Posted: March 24, 2016, 8:25 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by SWMcCaig on March 24, 2016

Okay, I see what you did with the Fp, Bp, Sp, and the UdU, but where did the numbers from the chart "11" come into play in making your picks? Or was it for information only?

No secrets here SW. IM always upfront in what I'm doing.

I'm constantly comparing things.

Up down up 929. Pairs 29 sum 11 is a repeat from the 838 11 BP FP from last night.

Also, out on a limb I like 911 root 2 for tonight. The nine digit is low in hits. It may not hit but I don't buy tons of p3 just a few.