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# Understanding my 3-4 rundown GA. 2/19

Topic closed. 34 replies. Last post 13 years ago by winsumloosesum.

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Wyncote,Pa
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Remember if does'nt work today it wil work tomorrow.

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Hello, I appreciate this post, but if anyone can explain it line by line I would be most grateful. This method seems to have a winning ability. Thanks.

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Is there any possibility of creating an Excel File for all 1000 combinations with all the charts that Blackapple has explained here.

All you would need to do is look at the last drawing and find the appropraite charts.

Would this be a good idea?

Can anyone produce such a chart?

wsls

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The final two lines on sideA and sideB are what counts.Heres how I add going down  6(+)7

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You take two 6+7=13reduce=4

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AHHHHH!!!!

Thank you Blackapple.

Now how do you or would you pick your combinations.

You mention Sums as a possibility.

Can you elaborate??

Thank you,

wsls

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My advice is do the workout.Watch the lottery if none of the three key number fall than tomorrow do the workout.It will be there.

This an aid,it only enforces your number selection for that day.It can cut your selections down.For those who don't get it I'll do it for you until you catch on.

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Thanks Blackapple,

I see you are from PA

Can you do a workout from Wednesday 2/28/04

Thank you,

wsls

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See,Key number 6 came in for day lottery also had sum total 2------ 6+5+0=11=2

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Quote: Originally posted by Blackapple on February 19, 2004

This is where the focus is.

8 1 4          1 3 2

9 5              4 5  Key #s are 5,4 ,9(0)

Possible winning sum totals 5,4 ,9

Ex. 58,51,52,50 -take one bottom key

I Really did not understand this, but i play the

814

95

and took the 91 and pull the 0 from the bottom and got a 1.00 bx on the 910 tonite. thank you for the info and keep sending those hot PAIRS for GEORGIA, 091 thursday eve feb. 19,2004

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Blackapple

I sure do wish I could understand this-Sounds like you are on to something . I understand 6+5=11 how do you get the 2? I am not a mathematician but I would like to understand this. Am I the only one?

Ms Pat

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11    1+1=2

love to nibble those micey feet.

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Blackapple

In the 814 are you adding 8+1=9 and 4+1=5 to come up with the 95?

MS.Pat

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Thanks

"em"  for the explanation.

Ms. Pat

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Blackapple

Let me start from the top again.

Ms. Pat

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Em

You seem to have a grip on Blackapple's addition I now understand line 1 and 2 having difficulty with line 3 - help break it down for me

Ms. Pat

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