NJ United States Member #165922 April 27, 2015 3335 Posts Offline

Posted: July 17, 2016, 3:50 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by Claret on July 17, 2016

In determining the Digits most out - do you go out a specific number of days or draws - mid to mid or draw to draw. Thanks

Hi Claret, it's been a long time since we chatted. We all worked together on BA's project about a year ago. Anyway, here's how u do it: Look for 3 digits out in the last 5 draws. Digits 479 are missing, so start with 4 then mirror 4 which is 9 and do the same with other digits. On the second line start with 4 (even #) and find the closest odd # which is 7 then next closest odd # with 4 which is 9.

Then use 9 and find the next 2 closest even #s which are 2 & 4 so 92 & 94.

For the last 2 pairs, it would 74X 29X. Now add the pairs to get a sum (SS). Find the most common pair by sum total, which is 1 & 3. That's how u get 29X 47X 49X. U usually only see 3 prominent pairs, but a set like this does come up. GL!

4 7 9

49x 72x 94x3 9 3

47x49x92x131

94x74x29x311

058

058

13

3

4

8

114

07/13/2016 Eve

123

123

6

6

6

2

234

07/13/2016 Mid

113

113

5

5

5

2

224

07/12/2016 Eve

138

138

12

2

3

7

244

07/12/2016 Mid

532

235

10

0

1

3

143

07/11/2016 Eve

All things which are similar and therefore connected, are drawn to each other's power.

Galloway, Ohio United States Member #163255 January 24, 2015 309 Posts Offline

Posted: July 17, 2016, 9:04 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by Deo-nonfortuna on July 17, 2016

Hi Claret, it's been a long time since we chatted. We all worked together on BA's project about a year ago. Anyway, here's how u do it: Look for 3 digits out in the last 5 draws. Digits 479 are missing, so start with 4 then mirror 4 which is 9 and do the same with other digits. On the second line start with 4 (even #) and find the closest odd # which is 7 then next closest odd # with 4 which is 9.

Then use 9 and find the next 2 closest even #s which are 2 & 4 so 92 & 94.

For the last 2 pairs, it would 74X 29X. Now add the pairs to get a sum (SS). Find the most common pair by sum total, which is 1 & 3. That's how u get 29X 47X 49X. U usually only see 3 prominent pairs, but a set like this does come up. GL!

4 7 9

49x 72x 94x3 9 3

47x49x92x131

94x74x29x311

058

058

13

3

4

8

114

07/13/2016 Eve

123

123

6

6

6

2

234

07/13/2016 Mid

113

113

5

5

5

2

224

07/12/2016 Eve

138

138

12

2

3

7

244

07/12/2016 Mid

532

235

10

0

1

3

143

07/11/2016 Eve

OH, thank you so much! I do not know if I did more asking questions than working with everyone. LOL Everytime I see BA initiating a post, I know I am going to get another tool for my lottery toolbox. It is about time, thougb, that I collect more money than tools! I am still puzzled with the arrangement but will just keep referring to your example.

NJ United States Member #165922 April 27, 2015 3335 Posts Offline

Posted: July 17, 2016, 9:43 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by Claret on July 17, 2016

OH, thank you so much! I do not know if I did more asking questions than working with everyone. LOL Everytime I see BA initiating a post, I know I am going to get another tool for my lottery toolbox. It is about time, thougb, that I collect more money than tools! I am still puzzled with the arrangement but will just keep referring to your example.

NP. Tell me which parts are puzzling, then I can elaborate. I'll do another example, OH digit out now are 568, so u write 5 & mirror 0 then 6 & mirror 1, and lastly u write 8 & mirror 3.

next step is take the 1st digit 5 (odd #) and look for closest even # which is 6, so u have 56.

Then u take first digit 5 and look for the second closest even # which is 8, so u got 58. R u with me so far?

5061 83

5658

Next pairs are found using digit 0, which is the next digit after 5. U take 0 (even #) and find the next 2 closest odd #s, which are 1 (pair 01) then 3 (03)

50 61 83

56 58 01

03

Lastpairs are ez because u only have 4 digits left 61 83, so u got 61 83, so just match 6 (even) to 3 (odd) 63 then 1 (odd) to 8 (even) 18.

Now add each pair to find the corresponding SS and SS 1 is most prominent SS, so find the pairs which make up SS 1, which are 83 56 01. U can reverse the pairs to 10 38 56, it's easier to work with. I hope it helps.

50 61 83 5 7 1

56 58 011 3 1

0363 18 3 9 9

All things which are similar and therefore connected, are drawn to each other's power.

Galloway, Ohio United States Member #163255 January 24, 2015 309 Posts Offline

Posted: July 18, 2016, 12:56 am - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by Deo-nonfortuna on July 17, 2016

NP. Tell me which parts are puzzling, then I can elaborate. I'll do another example, OH digit out now are 568, so u write 5 & mirror 0 then 6 & mirror 1, and lastly u write 8 & mirror 3.

next step is take the 1st digit 5 (odd #) and look for closest even # which is 6, so u have 56.

Then u take first digit 5 and look for the second closest even # which is 8, so u got 58. R u with me so far?

5061 83

5658

Next pairs are found using digit 0, which is the next digit after 5. U take 0 (even #) and find the next 2 closest odd #s, which are 1 (pair 01) then 3 (03)

50 61 83

56 58 01

03

Lastpairs are ez because u only have 4 digits left 61 83, so u got 61 83, so just match 6 (even) to 3 (odd) 63 then 1 (odd) to 8 (even) 18.

Now add each pair to find the corresponding SS and SS 1 is most prominent SS, so find the pairs which make up SS 1, which are 83 56 01. U can reverse the pairs to 10 38 56, it's easier to work with. I hope it helps.

50 61 83 5 7 1

56 58 011 3 1

0363 18 3 9 9

You are the best!!!! This was above and beyond! Super.

NJ United States Member #165922 April 27, 2015 3335 Posts Offline

Posted: July 18, 2016, 8:08 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by Deo-nonfortuna on July 17, 2016

NP. Tell me which parts are puzzling, then I can elaborate. I'll do another example, OH digit out now are 568, so u write 5 & mirror 0 then 6 & mirror 1, and lastly u write 8 & mirror 3.

next step is take the 1st digit 5 (odd #) and look for closest even # which is 6, so u have 56.

Then u take first digit 5 and look for the second closest even # which is 8, so u got 58. R u with me so far?

5061 83

5658

Next pairs are found using digit 0, which is the next digit after 5. U take 0 (even #) and find the next 2 closest odd #s, which are 1 (pair 01) then 3 (03)

50 61 83

56 58 01

03

Lastpairs are ez because u only have 4 digits left 61 83, so u got 61 83, so just match 6 (even) to 3 (odd) 63 then 1 (odd) to 8 (even) 18.

Now add each pair to find the corresponding SS and SS 1 is most prominent SS, so find the pairs which make up SS 1, which are 83 56 01. U can reverse the pairs to 10 38 56, it's easier to work with. I hope it helps.

50 61 83 5 7 1

56 58 011 3 1

0363 18 3 9 9

816 tonight.

All things which are similar and therefore connected, are drawn to each other's power.