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Front and back pair p-3 system straight

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Oklahoma
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8+5=3......5+2=7

8-5=3......5-2=3

3 3

7 3

Possible combos: 376 373 378 / 331 337 332 338

Okay, I understand the addition and subtraction steps to make your pairs. However, I don't understand where you are getting the information to decide what to use for your third digits in order to make your "possible combos". Could you elaborate?

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Okay, I understand the addition and subtraction steps to make your pairs. However, I don't understand where you are getting the information to decide what to use for your third digits in order to make your "possible combos". Could you elaborate?

I've noticed that a good portion of the time, adjacent numbers can be winners if I use their mirrors.

Example, Make believe last night's workout yielded the numbers below. Fake winner was 135. I had the 13 but not the 5. But if you look at the number 0, 5 is the mirror.

1 6

0

So my workout on the hypothetical numbers above would look like this.

136-130-131-135

604(1+3=4)-601-603-606-608

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Re: my post yesterday.

I misunderstood the subtraction step, turns out I was doing it "wrong", I subtracted 1 every time.

Also, try using the short sum instead of the sum last digit, might be just a bit better for some states.

I'll be looking for other variations that might help in IL.

The short sum and the sum last digit are the same thing. Did you mean root sum?

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 Posted: March 31, 2016, 11:32 pm - IP Logged

I've noticed that a good portion of the time, adjacent numbers can be winners if I use their mirrors.

Example, Make believe last night's workout yielded the numbers below. Fake winner was 135. I had the 13 but not the 5. But if you look at the number 0, 5 is the mirror.

1 6

0

So my workout on the hypothetical numbers above would look like this.

136-130-131-135

604(1+3=4)-601-603-606-608

Thanks for the explanation, that clears it up!

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Yes, root sum, thank you for the correction.

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 Posted: April 1, 2016, 7:55 am - IP Logged

I've gone back and back-tested this method against the last 3 months worth of numbers in Oklahoma and it didn't seem to do very well. Occasionally got a hit 3 or 4 draws down the road, but even those were few and far between.

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I wonder if this will work for the pick 4 im going to see and let you all know

Yes it does, but not always. I've been using this as a workout for key numbers, pairs and triads for years but Amber123 is very clever to add the pairs up. Ohio last nite was 4786.

4+7=11 so use 1

4-7=3

8+6=14 so use 4

8-6=2

that gives pairs 13 and 42...That gives triads 134 132 142 342

now add 1+3=4 and 4+2=6 and mirror these results... 4=9 and 6=1