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# Anyone know how to get the third digit correct within 8 consecutive draws?

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backwoods ga
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Folks post on this forum 24/7 and dont know this elementery ass strategy.  Omg.   Smh.

10x10x1= 100 lines

10x10x2= 200 lines

5x5x5= 125 lines.

Learn the basics mofo's

my name Lil Darryl   you got some Milk

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Lol nice one and u could never embarrass me. I'm the Pair Engineer so of course I knew that!

So you concede the statement you made was moronic? You can't engineer a simple concept learned, yet say you knew that? No you didn't, you said I couldn't guarantee it, yet I did.

Are you secretly stealing another member's pills? It's starting to make sense now.

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Folks post on this forum 24/7 and dont know this elementery ass strategy.  Omg.   Smh.

10x10x1= 100 lines

10x10x2= 200 lines

5x5x5= 125 lines.

Learn the basics mofo's

It's scary huh? lol

EZMONEE has been here much longer than I have. I'm lost for words except for one. WOW !

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I do Declare !

I'm a PAIR Engineer, but I'm not aware that there are 100 pairs in the p-3. Front/split/back pairs. There is no clear reason why I missed this fundamental concept when I attended my FIRST day in class, but thanks anyways for reading. Good night !

u\$a
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wow  Fla got the 790 that sux 709 was in my first workout and i ignored it then went for the 586

which will be coming just don't knoe weeeeeennnnnn

Let it Snow

u\$a
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Good nite

Let it Snow

bgonÃ§alves
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hello, AMBER, you can work with 45 pairs, less the twins pairs at 100% in the two positions,
45 because the other 45 are reverse pair
Example 15.51 23.32
you can work with 45 pairs
in 1st 2nd 2nd 3rd 1ª3ª
xx0 x0x 0xx
where xx is 45 pairs polindromos

bgonÃ§alves
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pairs polindromos

01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 34 35 36 37 38 39 45 46 47 48 49 56 57 58 59 67 68 69 78 79 89

10 20.........    98

backwoods ga
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pairs polindromos

01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 34 35 36 37 38 39 45 46 47 48 49 56 57 58 59 67 68 69 78 79 89

10 20.........    98

45 pairs will not give you a straight....   this is talking about

Straights.     Playing 100 pairs in ab position guarantees you  will have the first 2 digits correct...   this isnt rocket science.      Play where the odds are 900 to 1.

my name Lil Darryl   you got some Milk

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 Posted: July 16, 2016, 11:33 am - IP Logged

here my 25 sets of numbers for next 8 draws

362 364 367 368 369 452  454 457 458 459
482 484 487 488 489 562 564 567 568 569
582 584 587 588 589

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That's too many tickets.

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I do Declare !

I'm a PAIR Engineer, but I'm not aware that there are 100 pairs in the p-3. Front/split/back pairs. There is no clear reason why I missed this fundamental concept when I attended my FIRST day in class, but thanks anyways for reading. Good night !

I've seen much rhetoric in the past two days about these pairs. The concept is not new. It's been around a long time. The issue becomes with the odds of that third digit, spreading the risk to minimize and get the most gain.

One poster only has said "yes" they can do that. No more has been said. Ah. that elusive third digit.........

I've searched LP forums and threads, searched the internet, and no way has been found to "guarantee" that digit. Systems abound to narrow it, but it is still not a "given".

Well, I looked over the history of FL. I would say hot digits, repeats, and possibly even a grouping of digits. Playing 3 digits raises your stakes, but covers the spread for more consistent return? Look at the history and you will see what I mean.

Because your risk is only 100.00 per day (Gulp!!), you have a little leeway in getting that digit. Danger is over time, all things even out. Diligence in observing digit's actions, hopefully good speculation in choosing digit's will overcome that averaging.

Good luck!!!

Rock Chalk Jayhawk

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It's like going to the track and betting on every horse!  If the long shot wins you win !

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It's like going to the track and betting on every horse!  If the long shot wins you win !

7/16/16

Fl Mid

In P1 play digit 2 with your pairs. See how many days this takes.

ORLANDO, FLORIDA
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7/16/16

Fl Mid

In P1 play digit 2 with your pairs. See how many days this takes.

7/16/16

Fl Mid

In P1 play digit 2 with your pairs. See how many days this takes.

If it has to be in P3

Play digit 1 in P3, if the digit has to be in P3.

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