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The basic intend of the chart(sum>front pairs) does not change, workout or selecting picks is subjective.

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raw Date  Results 
Thu, Nov 10, 20165-6-8, Sum It Up: 19?Prize Payouts
Wed, Nov 9, 20160-5-9, Sum It Up: 14?Prize Payouts
Tue, Nov 8, 20164-9-0, Sum It Up: 13?Prize Payouts
Mon, Nov 7, 20164-9-4, Sum It Up: 17?Prize Payouts
Sat, Nov 5, 20161-8-6, Sum It Up: 15?Prize Payouts
Fri, Nov 4, 20164-4-6, Sum It Up: 14?Prize Payouts
Thu, Nov 3, 20164-3-2, Sum It Up: 9?Prize Payouts
Wed, Nov 2, 20168-3-2, Sum It Up: 13?Prize Payouts
Tue, Nov 1, 20167-4-7, Sum It Up: 18?Prize Payouts
Mon, Oct 31, 20167-7-3, Sum It Up: 17?Prize Payouts
Sat, Oct 29, 20162-6-5, Sum It Up: 13?Prize Payouts
Fri, Oct 28, 20166-3-3, Sum It Up: 12?Prize Payouts
Thu, Oct 27, 20164-9-3, Sum It Up: 16?Prize Payouts
Wed, Oct 26, 20167-5-0, Sum It Up: 12?Prize Payouts
Tue, Oct 25, 20165-6-3, Sum It Up: 14?Prize Payouts
Mon, Oct 24, 20163-8-7, Sum It Up: 18?Prize Payouts
Sat, Oct 22, 20166-7-5, Sum It Up: 18?Prize Payouts
Fri, Oct 21, 20166-9-4, Sum It Up: 19?Prize Payouts
Thu, Oct 20, 20167-3-6, Sum It Up: 16?Prize Payouts
Wed, Oct 19, 20167-4-5, Sum It Up: 16?Prize Payouts
Tue, Oct 18, 20160-9-5, Sum It Up: 14?Prize Payouts
Mon, Oct 17, 20162-1-5, Sum It Up: 8?Prize Payouts
Sat, Oct 15, 20163-8-4, Sum It Up: 15?Prize Payouts
Fri, Oct 14, 20163-7-9, Sum It Up: 19?Prize Payouts
Thu, Oct 13, 20161-5-6, Sum It Up: 12?Prize Payouts
Wed, Oct 12, 20161-4-6, Sum It Up: 11?Prize Payouts
Tue, Oct 11, 20167-3-4, Sum It Up: 14?Prize Payouts
Mon, Oct 10, 20163-1-7, Sum It Up: 11?Prize Payouts
Sat, Oct 8, 20164-0-2, Sum It Up: 6?Prize Payouts
Fri, Oct 7, 20164-3-0, Sum It Up: 7?Prize Payouts
Thu, Oct 6, 20160-5-9, Sum It Up: 14?Prize Payouts
Wed, Oct 5, 20163-5-9, Sum It Up: 17?Prize Payouts
Tue, Oct 4, 20169-9-5, Sum It Up: 23?Prize Payouts
Mon, Oct 3, 20165-3-0, Sum It Up: 8?Prize Payouts
Sat, Oct 1, 20167-5-7, Sum It Up: 19?Prize Payouts
Fri, Sep 30, 20162-4-8, Sum It Up: 14?Prize Payouts
Thu, Sep 29, 20167-4-0, Sum It Up: 11?Prize Payouts
Wed, Sep 28, 20169-1-0, Sum It Up: 10?Prize Payouts
Tue, Sep 27, 20169-3-9, Sum It Up: 21?Prize Payouts
Mon, Sep 26, 20167-1-9, Sum It Up: 17?Prize Payouts

Take draw 719, has sum 17 with corresponding Front pairs {4,8} {4,1} {4,5} {8,4} {8,1} {8,5} {1,4} {1,8} {1,5} {5,4} {5,8} {5,1}  for 120 picks. Waging 120 str8 picks  means, you'll have to hit within 4 draws. you had hits 146,156  after 13/14 draws, so why not reduce your time frame by filtering the front pairs with the lead digit of each subsequent draws.

The draw 530 has lead 5 ,,the digit 5 is part of your front pairs, so filter all 5 fronts. Now the remaining front pair is {4,8} {4,1} {4,5} {8,4} {8,1} {8,5} {1,4} {1,8} {1,5} > see, am reducing my picks and my time frame.  The hit 146,156 came  within  8/9 draws with 90 picks (90x 9 draws= $810) , which is not optimal, so why not filter it further with next  lead digit 4 of draw 430  for reduced fronts> {8,4} {8,1} {8,5} {1,4} {1,8} {1,5} . Now you have 60 picks with  which you can break even (Prize tag 500/ 60), minimize your lost or make profit. In fact the hits 146,156 came with 4/5 draws(60x 5=$300 for $500 or $1000).Now let see what happened to  remaining 8 fronts>{8,4} {8,1} {8,5} : The draw 832 came after  17 draws ( Expected time frame 500/30 picks is almost 17 draws).

Draw 910, sum 10, front pairs {3,0} {3,2} {3,9} {0,3} {0,2} {0,9} {2,3} {2,0} {2,9} {9,3} {9,0} {9,2}

Current  lead 9 of 910>{3,0} {3,2} {3,9} {0,3} {0,2} {0,9} {2,3} {2,0} {2,9} 

current lead 2 of  248> {3,0} {3,2} {3,9} {0,3} {0,2} {0,9} 

Current lead 0 of draw 059> {3,0} {3,2} {3,9} 

You had the hit 359,317,379,385 (was not a hit, but the propensity  was clear !). Good luck

"why not reduce your time frame by filtering the front pairs with the lead digit of each subsequent draws"

So does it matter if I choose a midday number for my sum it up# and then use eve numbered draws for filtration??

Also in your experience what number should one chose for the sum it up number or is there something to look for in the past drawings that would help pick the best sum it up number to work with?

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    "why not reduce your time frame by filtering the front pairs with the lead digit of each subsequent draws"

    So does it matter if I choose a midday number for my sum it up# and then use eve numbered draws for filtration??

    Also in your experience what number should one chose for the sum it up number or is there something to look for in the past drawings that would help pick the best sum it up number to work with?

    First of the chart is not based on historical data, rather from simulation of the data 0123456789. 

    I suggest you keep to one 'type' of draw ( eve or day , not both), it keeps your cost low(you're waging str8 bets). Good luck

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      What would you suggest for the next filter when  all the lead pairs have been eliminated?

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        First of the chart is not based on historical data, rather from simulation of the data 0123456789. 

        I suggest you keep to one 'type' of draw ( eve or day , not both), it keeps your cost low(you're waging str8 bets). Good luck

        Ok thanks..  i think i understand .

        eliminate pairs from sum it up # you choose  by using subsequent draws to reduce down your actual wagering pool of numbers.. 3×10 =30 numbers wagering from remnants of filtered pool of 120 numbers?..if this is correct how can it be that easy..

        So .. 30 draws x 30 numbers = 90 chances to hit straight by positionaly moving back pairs around and waiting?..

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          What would you suggest for the next filter when  all the lead pairs have been eliminated?

          If I understand correctly if you eliminated all front pairs you would not have any remnants remaining so therfore no numbers to play lol.. chose a different sum number then that will not leave  you in that scenario or maybe your eliminating  too much doing something wrong

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            I'm eliminating both numbers of the front pair. I  hope that is correct?  Thanks for your input.

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              I'm eliminating both numbers of the front pair. I  hope that is correct?  Thanks for your input.

              Yes that's correct eliminate/reduce front pairs played by using  1st digit in the preceding numbers to reduce numbers wagered..

               

               yeah I wish the poster would answere questions asked of him/her.. it seems he/she gives vague explanations and you must figure out the riddles..

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                Ok thanks..  i think i understand .

                eliminate pairs from sum it up # you choose  by using subsequent draws to reduce down your actual wagering pool of numbers.. 3×10 =30 numbers wagering from remnants of filtered pool of 120 numbers?..if this is correct how can it be that easy..

                So .. 30 draws x 30 numbers = 90 chances to hit straight by positionaly moving back pairs around and waiting?..

                Time frame is based on target prize $500, so my 30 picks will play for 500/30 (17 draws).

                Assumption>  You hit multiple str8, break even or lose, is your choice.

                So .. 30 draws x 30 numbers = 90 chances to hit straight by positionaly moving back pairs around and waiting?.

                Where did you get this calculations? , you're reading too much into a simple chart,  please read the intro of the thread and subsequent workouts. The chart is a base for you str8, selecting picks is subjective.

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                  What would you suggest for the next filter when  all the lead pairs have been eliminated?

                  Time frame, time frame, your time frame is prize(500)/#picks which is 17 draws. Hitting str takes patience, the chart  may not be good for the impulsive wager.

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                    Hello adobea78

                    Would this work for p2 also.?

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                      Time frame is based on target prize $500, so my 30 picks will play for 500/30 (17 draws).

                      Assumption>  You hit multiple str8, break even or lose, is your choice.

                      So .. 30 draws x 30 numbers = 90 chances to hit straight by positionaly moving back pairs around and waiting?.

                      Where did you get this calculations? , you're reading too much into a simple chart,  please read the intro of the thread and subsequent workouts. The chart is a base for you str8, selecting picks is subjective.

                      Thank you for your responses  and way cool system..Thumbs Up 

                      Keep up the good work

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                        1. take a draw
                        2. Sum it up
                        3. find 12 front pairs of sum on chart
                        4.  12 fronts is 120 picks
                        5. filter 12 front pairs with current and next draws' lead digits
                        6. start waging when left with just 3 front pairs.

                         

                        1. say my draw is 219
                        2. sum up is 12
                        3. 12 fronts={6,1} {6,2} {6,5} {1,6} {1,2} {1,5} {2,6} {2,1} {2,5} {5,6} {5,1} {5,2}
                        4. current draw 219 has lead digit 2, so all {2,6} {2,1} {2,5} is deleted, the draw 652 was my next draw with lead 6, so {6,1} {6,2} {6,5} is deleted.
                        5. current front pairs  {1,6} {1,2} {1,5}  {5,6} {5,1} {5,2}=60 picks
                        6. wait for next draw to filter to 3 front, say the next draw is 522, then all lead 5 is deleted
                        7. current {1,6} {1,2} {1,5}=30 should wage for 17 draws
                        8. what if the next draw is 152?, do I delete the current pairs and start another set? no, the 17 draws time frame is there for a reason.

                        NB> Do not read into this much, there is nothing complicated, stop analyzing much !

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                          Thank you.

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                            1. take a draw
                            2. Sum it up
                            3. find 12 front pairs of sum on chart
                            4.  12 fronts is 120 picks
                            5. filter 12 front pairs with current and next draws' lead digits
                            6. start waging when left with just 3 front pairs.

                             

                            1. say my draw is 219
                            2. sum up is 12
                            3. 12 fronts={6,1} {6,2} {6,5} {1,6} {1,2} {1,5} {2,6} {2,1} {2,5} {5,6} {5,1} {5,2}
                            4. current draw 219 has lead digit 2, so all {2,6} {2,1} {2,5} is deleted, the draw 652 was my next draw with lead 6, so {6,1} {6,2} {6,5} is deleted.
                            5. current front pairs  {1,6} {1,2} {1,5}  {5,6} {5,1} {5,2}=60 picks
                            6. wait for next draw to filter to 3 front, say the next draw is 522, then all lead 5 is deleted
                            7. current {1,6} {1,2} {1,5}=30 should wage for 17 draws
                            8. what if the next draw is 152?, do I delete the current pairs and start another set? no, the 17 draws time frame is there for a reason.

                            NB> Do not read into this much, there is nothing complicated, stop analyzing much !

                            I agree it's not hard what's  hard is expressing what you really mean with text.. I understand the workings of the sytem just my explanation of what I mean gets lost in translation as it seems the same as you adobea.. 

                            Your second break down for explanation of your method should get across to others  that are having a hard time following.. 

                            Again thanks for posting its understood and I love it ..

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                              Locate any current sum, track the front pairs  for straight bet. The chart is self-Explanatory for you to filter. The keyword is FRONT (front digits). You can also compare 3 subsequent sums for your front filters, good luck.

                               

                              SUM

                              Front Pairs

                              4

                              {6,3} {6,9} {6,0} {3,6} {3,9} {3,0} {9,6} {9,3} {9,0} {0,6} {0,3} {0,9}

                              5

                              {2,6} {2,4} {2,1} {6,2} {6,4} {6,1} {4,2} {4,6} {4,1} {1,2} {1,6} {1,4}

                              6

                              {3,0} {3,9} {3,4} {0,3} {0,9} {0,4} {9,3} {9,0} {9,4} {4,3} {4,0} {4,9}

                              7

                              {6,2} {6,0} {6,5} {2,6} {2,0} {2,5} {0,6} {0,2} {0,5} {5,6} {5,2} {5,0}

                              8

                              {2,8} {2,1} {2,3} {8,2} {8,1} {8,3} {1,2} {1,8} {1,3} {3,2} {3,8} {3,1}

                              9

                              {8,1} {8,3} {8,4} {1,8} {1,3} {1,4} {3,8} {3,1} {3,4} {4,8} {4,1} {4,3}

                              10

                              {3,0} {3,2} {3,9} {0,3} {0,2} {0,9} {2,3} {2,0} {2,9} {9,3} {9,0} {9,2}

                              11

                              {3,6} {3,2} {3,9} {6,3} {6,2} {6,9} {2,3} {2,6} {2,9} {9,3} {9,6} {9,2}

                              12

                              {6,1} {6,2} {6,5} {1,6} {1,2} {1,5} {2,6} {2,1} {2,5} {5,6} {5,1} {5,2}

                              13

                              {4,5} {4,9} {4,3} {5,4} {5,9} {5,3} {9,4} {9,5} {9,3} {3,4} {3,5} {3,9}

                              14

                              {8,0} {8,1} {8,9} {0,8} {0,1} {0,9} {1,8} {1,0} {1,9} {9,8} {9,0} {9,1}

                              15

                              {8,0} {8,4} {8,5} {0,8} {0,4} {0,5} {4,8} {4,0} {4,5} {5,8} {5,0} {5,4}

                              16

                              {5,2} {5,4} {5,0} {2,5} {2,4} {2,0} {4,5} {4,2} {4,0} {0,5} {0,2} {0,4}

                              17

                              {4,8} {4,1} {4,5} {8,4} {8,1} {8,5} {1,4} {1,8} {1,5} {5,4} {5,8} {5,1}

                              18

                              {6,9} {6,7} {6,5} {9,6} {9,7} {9,5} {7,6} {7,9} {7,5} {5,6} {5,9} {5,7}

                              19

                              {3,1} {3,9} {3,5} {1,3} {1,9} {1,5} {9,3} {9,1} {9,5} {5,3} {5,1} {5,9}

                              20

                              {8,0} {8,1} {8,7} {0,8} {0,1} {0,7} {1,8} {1,0} {1,7} {7,8} {7,0} {7,1}

                              Keep it simple with this chart, if you're observant, you realize the front pairs comes front FOUR SEQUENTIAL digits(note the word SEQUENTIAL).

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                              Drawing DatePick 3Pick 4
                              MiddayEveningMiddayEvening
                              Thu, Nov 24, 20167-7-8
                              Wed, Nov 23, 20165-8-99-0-64-6-3-0
                              Tue, Nov 22, 20161-5-65-1-84-6-2-6
                              Mon, Nov 21, 20161-9-28-0-96-7-8-1
                              Sun, Nov 20, 20164-9-06-0-26-4-6-2
                              Sat, Nov 19, 20160-9-30-3-39-9-7-8
                              Fri, Nov 18, 20164-0-72-5-13-2-1-5
                              Thu, Nov 17, 20161-3-28-6-75-3-9-5
                              Wed, Nov 16, 20169-4-84-4-36-9-1-9
                              Tue, Nov 15, 20167-6-85-7-59-2-6-5

                              draw        sum               base digits            hits

                              132           6                  3094                   093, 490, 948,

                              407           11                3629                   093,192,

                              093           12                6125                  156,

                              490           13                4593                  589

                              192           12                6125                 156

                              156           12                6125

                              Eve draws

                              575           17                 4815                251,518

                              443           11                 3629                602, 906

                              251            8                  2813                518

                              033            6                  3094               809,906

                              This is a reduced version of the chart,   everything is filtered to the base for each user to make a choice. Prediction is a subjective choice, some will wage str8, others will opt for box.