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Calif 4/15 Evening using my method

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Poway CA (San Diego County)
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Posted: April 15, 2004, 3:21 pm - IP Logged






002


123


235


248


012


124


236


256


022


126


237


257


023


127


238


266


024


223


239


267


025


224


244


268


026


226


245


269


027


227


245


277


028


233


246


278


029


234


247


279




Key #: 2

Play any/all of the above as a  BOX.  If you want to play any of them as straight or straight/box, you will have to figure out the order of the digits!!

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    Posted: April 15, 2004, 10:14 pm - IP Logged

    Calif Evening = 392 ... that's a HIT!!!

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      Posted: April 15, 2004, 10:32 pm - IP Logged

      what made you start with 002 ?

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        Posted: April 15, 2004, 11:08 pm - IP Logged

        I look at the positions 12345-67890 (if you have followed my method) and play the position that is overdue rather than the number that is overdue.  This draw position 1 was overdue and that was number 2.  The positions for this draw were 21859-43067.  Those are the numbers drawn in order.  For other states I have to go back and look at the positions that have hit, but with California I keep a chart:




        Pos:


        1


        2


        3


        4


        5


        6


        7


        8


        9


        0



        5


        3


        4


        1


        3


        4


        2


        1


        2


        1



        4


        2


        3


        1


        2


        3


        1


        16


        1


        8



        3


        1


        2


        6


        1


        2


        2


        15


        1


        7



        2


        2


        1


        5


        4


        1


        1


        14


        3


        6



        1


        1


        2


        4


        3


        4


        1


        13


        2


        5



        2


        1


        1


        3


        2


        3


        3


        12


        1


        4



        1


        1


        3


        2


        1


        2


        2


        11


        8


        3



        3


        7


        2


        1


        11


        1


        1


        10


        7


        2



        2


        6


        1


        3


        10


        5


        3


        9


        6


        1




        That is position, not the real number. So, the very top line is for this draw and notice that position 1 was at 5 and the others were less.  Doesn't always work, of course, but it seems to work better than trying to pick the overdue number.

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          modesto
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          Posted: April 16, 2004, 12:16 am - IP Logged

          congrad's califdude!! I got it it too but only box I moved the 92 too 923

          can't believe how often its been x92 592,092,992 etc.

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            Posted: April 16, 2004, 3:05 am - IP Logged

            Sometimes the numbers get "stuck" !!!