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Posted: May 6, 2003, 8:55 am - IP Logged

I got this off the internet a few year back its a  8 number system that guarantees
to have two numbers every time a 6-way number comes out, but not if a 3-way (a double) falls...


0 4 5
1 2 3
1 6 9
1 7 8
2 6 8
2 7 9
3 6 7
3 8 9



What I used to do with it was place the hottest number in the first position, the cold number in the
 second position and the due number in the third position...


Here is an example for Ohio today


Ohio:
Midday Picks


0 4 5 - 405
1 2 3 - 132
1 6 9 - 916
1 7 8 - 178
2 6 8 - 628
2 7 9 - 972
3 6 7 - 673
3 8 9 - 938


Ohio:
Evening Picks


0 4 5 - 450
1 2 3 - 123
1 6 9 - 196
1 7 8 - 187
2 6 8 - 286
2 7 9 - 297
3 6 7 - 637
3 8 9 - 893





Good Luck Lep

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    washington
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    Posted: May 17, 2003, 2:32 pm - IP Logged

    Lucky

    Am I following this correctly?

    These #'s:

    0 4 5
    1 2 3
    1 6 9
    1 7 8
    2 6 8
    2 7 9
    3 6 7
    3 8 9

    How were they arrived at.

    Is the 1st #, 045, 0=hot, 4=due, 5=cold.

    or is the #, to the right,

    405, 4=hot, 0=due, 5=cold

     in-hot, due, cold,-order.

    TIA

     

      Lucky's avatar - hiro horse.jpg
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      Posted: May 18, 2003, 3:36 am - IP Logged

      Hi cotti47,

      The number to the right, 405, 4=hot, 0=due, 5=cold in-hot, due, cold, order.

      Good Luck Lep

        alsports2000's avatar - 23606770150900
        Pharr, Texas
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        Posted: June 6, 2003, 10:30 am - IP Logged

        Please, Please could you eloborate on this method of arranging the hot, due, cold numbers for Texas? Thanks.  AL.