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Tx Eve 4-30 Root Reduction #1 used

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Posted: April 30, 2004, 5:00 pm - IP Logged

Used last 5 draws mid & eve combined 3 dif digits ONLY!!


Texas Eve Draw (most recent 1st)



  • 921 = root 3


  • 057 = root 3


  • 819 = root 9


  • 364 = root 4


  • 604 = root 1


  • 952 = root 7


  • 758 = root 2


  • 317 = root 2


  • 047 = root 2

Root Reduction Method #1



  1. Eliminate the most recent 5 roots from play (3-9-4-1)

  2. Allowable roots are now (2-5-6-7-8)


  3. List the numbers from the most recent 3 draws (1-2-5-7-8-9)


  4. Play only duplicated numbers from lines 2 and 3 (2-5-7-8)

Root Reduction Method #2



  1. Eliminate the most recent 9 roots from play (3-9-4-1-7-2)
  2. Allowable and playable roots are now (5-6-8)

 


Root Value = Sum Value



  • Root 1=Sums 1,10,19


  • Root 2=Sums 2,11,20


  • Root 3=Sums 3,12,21


  • Root 4=Sums 4,13,22


  • Root 5=Sums 5,14,23


  • Root 6=Sums 6,15,24


  • Root 7=Sums 7,16,25


  • Root 8=Sums 8,17,26


  • Root 9=Sums 9,18,27

Using the Root Value chart, Play only the sums that match the roots!


Roots (2-5-7-8) = allowable sums (2,5,7,8,11,14,16,17,20,23,25,26).


Texas Eve I am going for DUE even roots (2-8)


Generator setup



  • Even = 1-2


  • Roots = 2,8


  • Pairs = off


  • Sums= 11-19

Allowable Combo's


029 - 038 - 047 - 146 - 269 - 368


 



Good luck all - Daily

DailyPick3

    Virginia
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    Posted: April 30, 2004, 5:21 pm - IP Logged

    Can you help me understand this system I would like to try it in virginia?
    Thank you.
    these are our numbers mid day and evening. Sumsand roots
    810 =9=9
    672 =15=6
    460=10 =1
    125 = 8= 8
    121 =4 =4
    867= 21 = 3
    458 = 17 = 8
    965 = 20 = 2

    (5, 7)

    (5,14,23,7,16,25)

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      Omaha, NE
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      Posted: April 30, 2004, 7:58 pm - IP Logged

      007Girl - Here is Virginia for Tonite!


      VA Eve Draw (most recent 1st)



      • 810 = root 9


      • 672 = root 6


      • 460 = root 1


      • 125 = root 8


      • 121 = not used (double)


      • 867 = root 3


      • 458 = root 8


      • 965 = root 2

      Root Reduction Method #1



      1. Eliminate the most recent 5 roots from play (9-6-1-8-3)

      2. Allowable roots are now (2-4-5-7)


      3. List the numbers from the most recent 3 draws (1-2-4-6-7-8)


      4. Play only duplicated numbers from lines 2 and 3 (2-4-7)

      Root Reduction Method #2



      1. Eliminate the most recent 9 roots from play (not enough data)
      2. Allowable and playable roots are now (not enough data)

       


      Root Value = Sum Value



      • Root 1=Sums 1,10,19


      • Root 2=Sums 2,11,20


      • Root 3=Sums 3,12,21


      • Root 4=Sums 4,13,22


      • Root 5=Sums 5,14,23


      • Root 6=Sums 6,15,24


      • Root 7=Sums 7,16,25


      • Root 8=Sums 8,17,26


      • Root 9=Sums 9,18,27

      Using the Root Value chart, Play only the sums that match the roots!


      Roots (2-4-7) = allowable sums (2,4,7,11,13,16,20,22,25).


      Virginia Eve Numbers to Play


      Generator setup 



      • Even = 1-2


      • Roots = 2,4,7


      • Pairs = required


      • Sums= 11-19

      Allowable Combo's


      349 - 256 - 236 - 346 - 178 - 056


      245 - 238 - 067 - 128 - 367 - 457



      • I ran sum 11-19 since highest hitting.


      • Neighboring pairs required because 6 of the 7 draws consisted of neighboring pairs


      • 1-2 even numbers selected just because that's how I like it. 

      Good luck - Daily

      DailyPick3

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        Posted: April 30, 2004, 8:05 pm - IP Logged

        Thank you so much.  I will let you know how it goes.  I really appreciate your help.

        Good luck to you!