|Posted: October 12, 2016, 6:00 am - IP Logged|
First let me post the 1st chart. Let's call it the ROOT CHART. (Print these chart to have them handy to use.)
ROOT CHART (RC for short)
|Rt.1||Rt. 2||Rt.3||Rt. 4||Rt. 5||Rt. 6||Rt. 7||Rt. 8||Rt. 9||Rt. 0|
Let's focus on the front pair ONLY of a pick 3 number.
Here's another chart. Keep track of the front pair roots for now. Don't get distracted with anything else. This chart we'll call ROOT DAYS OUT CHART. Note: I posted 2 Days out column for convenience so that you can post the new root and erase the previous root.
ROOT DAYS OUT CHART (RDOC for short)
|Rt. #||Days out||Days out|
Next we have the Box Pair days out chart. My observation has been that these are the numbers that like to be drawn together. The last column are the consecutive pairs. Note:You have two Days out rows so that you can first write down the new 'days out' and erase the old 'days out' when you have the next days' new number.. It just makes it easier.
Box Pair Days Out Chart (BPDOC for short)
|Box Pairs||Days out||Days out||Box Pairs ||Days out||Days out||Box Pairs ||Days out||Days out|
So we have 3 charts so far.
RC, RDOC and the BPDOC chart. I will use these abbreviation when referring to the charts.
Stay tuned. More to come...