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Excellent Root Reduction Method!!

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  1. Errors found

  2. After eliminating the most recent roots

  3. the more the better.

  4. Allowable roots kept,no comparsions

  5. made with most recent 3 draws digits

  6. As it might eliminate winning root

  7. This works with the center red digits.

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    Posted: May 1, 2004, 3:26 pm - IP Logged

    Hope someone will rehash these findings

    for public consumption.Filters along with

    red digits needed.

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      Posted: May 1, 2004, 3:40 pm - IP Logged

      You can do both use the red digits.(no comparsion)

      or just take one digit from

      each column (using the root

      reduction method #1 to

      the fullest.) 

       

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        I am having major computer and internet probs today. Bad storms here. Will look into and elaborate myself on the findings, see if can post all in one step by step approach from begining to end. Unless Clipper beats me to it (hint hint hint)

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          I havent even gotten it copied yet DailyPick3 lol  Once I get some things organized around here I plan on working on it though <G>

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            Another important piece

            447=6

            300=3

            195=6

            These are the last 3 rows from

            my example. Do this and compare

            with Allowable roots,in this case

            9,5,6,8,7,2 - 6,3,6

            The six considered an root to

            play within 7 days. 

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              Another piece of info.

              Doubles can be used.

              Just as long as  there are diff

              erent digits in the first three

              columns.

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                confused;need help. After I did the formula I ended up with 3 root sums.

                the 3-5-9

                It gives me 3-12-21,5-14-23,9-18-27

                with no doubles to consider i still have 16 numbers x the 3-5-9 to play

                Can someone tell me how do I reduce this inordinate amount to a playable and reasonable investment? hope someone hears me and helps with a good step by step explanation. Thanks

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                  retxx = One suggestion I would make to you is to consider what Sum plays the most.  Sums 11-20 will play 2 1/2 times more then Sums 0-10 and Sums 0-10 will play 3 times more then Sums 21-27.

                  I track the denominations to determine when it's going to be something other then Sums 11-20.

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                    Posted: May 1, 2004, 10:09 pm - IP Logged

                    thanks clipper. I checked the last 63 days here and here is what i came up with;0-10=18    11=20=36    21-27=5

                    can you tell me if I eliminate the 21-27 thats 5 but it still leaves a slew of umbers with the 9 plus the 3 12,and the 5 14. what next?thanks for any help

                    Also what do you think about my idea for someone to write it into excel and have it do the calculations and suggest the numbers to play. I know there are many smart people on lottery post who can do it. Come on people.

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                      As you can see from what you found....Sums 11-20 have been playing twice as much as 0-10 and 0-10 3 times more then 21-27 <G>  Another decision you can make is whether the next Sums will be Even or Odd.

                      I've heard that many things can be done with Excel.  I've had some instructions in the software but nowhere capable of programming something in it.  I do know there is a program in Excel for sale on the web that incorporates the alpha patterns like I use. 

                      Perhaps somebody will pick the idea up for the Root tracking in the forum and run with it.  Wish I was able but for now guess I will stick with the software that Im working on as it provides me possible combinations to play.

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                        Another example 885 PA. Lottery 12/6/1998



                        1. 885=3    Eliminate 374 roots

                        2. 772=7

                        3. 939=3

                        4. 094=4    Allowable roots 1,2,5,6,8,9

                        5. 268

                        6.  116

                        7. 323

                        8. 650=2            Winning root =2 --722

                        9. 407=2                                             

                        10. 541=1               came 12/11/1998 

                        11. --------------------------------------------

                        12. Highlighting the winner

                        13. 2 6 8

                        14. 1 1 6

                        15. 2 3

                        16. 6 5 0

                        17. 4 0 7

                        18. 5 4 1
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                          Keep it Simple

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                            1. When its time for digit selection,

                            2. find the rundown's near bottom

                            3. center numbers

                            4. 8 8 5

                            5. 7 7 2

                            6. 9 3 9

                            7. 0 9 4

                            8. 2 6 8

                            9. 1 1 6

                            10. 3 2 3

                            11. 6 5 4        Take 0 5 in this order

                            12. 4 0 7        Place 4 3 in between 

                            13. 5 4 1          4 0 3 5

                            14.                     4 3 8

                            15.                       7 2

                            16. Brown are the first set of keys  4,7

                            17.                   Place 3 4 in between

                            18.                   3 0 4 5

                            19.                     3 4 9

                            20.                       7 4

                            21.  Brown are second set of keys 3,7

                            22. All brown keys 3,7,4

                            23. Compare with the must-use red 5 4 0 7

                            24. The 7 or 4 is used to make combo   

                            25.        

                            26.  
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                              Another example:



                              1. And your last 4 rows look like this

                              2. 5 7 2

                              3. 6 8

                              4. 6 5 1

                              5. 2 9 0    Know you must use a 6 or 5 or 1

                              6. --------------------------------------------

                              7. 6 8        Take 5 6 in this order 

                              8. 5 1          Place 4 3 in between

                              9. 2 9 0            4 5 3 6

                              10.                      9 8 9

                              11.                       8 8 

                              12.  Brown is the first set of keys 9,8

                              13.                 Place 3 4 in between

                              14.                   3 5 4 6

                              15.                     8 9 1

                              16.                       8 1

                              17.  Brown is second set of keys 8

                              18. All brown keys 9, 8

                              19. Compare with must-use red digits 6,5 ,1 

                              20. Pairs to make sums 96,95,91(9=0sometimes)06,05,01

                              21.  86,85,81      Answer 468