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# Key numbers for Ga. nite 2/21

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Wyncote,Pa
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9 1 4    7 8 6

1  5      6 5

Take one number from the bottom row(9=0 sometimes) If none of the bottom row digit

come out(but I believe one will) than they are

winning root sum totals.

Clarkston, Michigan
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Blackapple,

Could you please do the complete rundown for Georgia nite  2/21........seems no one comes up with the same numbers.....................which tells us not everyone is understanding it................

Sandy

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i agree.

love to nibble those micey feet.

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 Posted: February 21, 2004, 10:27 am - IP Logged

Blackapple,

I had this question earlier, but it was not yet so clear to me.

The 1, 6, 5 can all be key numbers, and/or sum roots? Is that correct?

If that is so, then out of the 1000 possible picks in Georgia that would mean that 773 would fit into that range. That is 77.3% of all possible choices.

How would you reduce the number of selections further?

Good Luck...

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4 4 3 9 4 9      3 4 4 9 3 9

8 7 3 4 4          7 8 4 3 3

6 1  7 8             6 3 7 6

7 8 6                9 1 4

6 5                    1 5

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First  I would have to be decisive about which one key number to choose out of the three through

Vtrac ,due,most out digit; and various methods posted by your self,Clipper,WinD,etc.I have strategies galore all waiting to be assembled.I pick up new ideas on this forum.I have to stop posting and get back the drawing broad to flesh more numerical pattern.Your questions  might have prod me into an area of discovery.

Wyncote,Pa
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I want to devise computer-less

formulas and  observations with no more the 2 years of data necessary. I have workouts that are continually morphing into some better. I have'nt tried to enhance my 3-4 workout,I guess its because it my first,been throught thick and thin workout.

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It's English, but doesn't understand a word you are saying. If you could do a step by step for me I would appreciate it. From start to finish...as to what to start with and from there.... Tried reading earlier post, got headache....

gilla

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Blackapple,

There are certainly many methods of reduction. The interesting idea behind your system of course is, that it apparently meant to be a way to determine the key numbers or sum roots.

It might be interesting to see whether it works as a sum root identifier. That would reduce the number of choices with 3 sum roots  to 333.

Tis forum is for sharing and I find your information and system ideas very interesting particularly because they do not require much tracking.

Good Luck.

Clarkston, Michigan
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Thank you for doing the Georgia workout, Blackapple.

It makes it clearer on what to do when there is a 3 difference.

I know we are all a pain in butt sometimes, but we are only trying to understand and learn.  I believe to learn needs repetition.

An idea for you is to pick any 1 state and maybe do your 34 system rundown for that state every day just so that we can all see how you develop it. The complete rundown.  The beauty of your system is it only takes a few minutes.  Your system has so much potential it is unbelievable.  I thank you for it.  Watch Steve Player see this and rob you of it............lol..............

Sandy

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 Posted: February 21, 2004, 7:58 pm - IP Logged

Blackapple

Friday eve  964  (This #has a difference of 3(6-9=3) so I drop the 6 and double the 9

499

443949                          344939

87344                              78433

6178                                6376

786                                    914

65                                    15

Key#s for Sum total are 6,1,and 5

6+1+5=12 (1+2=3sum total)

Under the 3 sum chart(actually it is 3-13-23) you will find 760

which fell eve tonight 067.

Is this a fair interpretation of your method since you mention the key # could be key# or a sum total?

Ms Pat

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 Posted: February 22, 2004, 11:04 am - IP Logged

Ms Pat,I have'nt seen things from that .perspective yet,thanks for the observation .I normally take the bottom

digits(keys) as is ,for winning root  sum totals.This is why we need to share ideas.

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