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Calif 5/26 Midday China Method plus more

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Posted: May 26, 2004, 10:22 am - IP Logged







Key #: 9



5107


(Row A)


7286


(Row B)


6934


(Row C)




Modified



7286


(Row A)


6934


(Row B)


5107


(Row C)




Take one digit from each row to make up your 3-digit number.  If you do all of them, you will come up with 64 tickets (4X4X4 = 64). The "modified" rows are modified sequence for this state only and are designed to maximize your chance of a straight.

You can play from the above chart, but I highly recommend starting to play doubles.  They are overdue in California.  Since my Key # for this draw is 9, you might want to do what I'm doing today and play all the 99s.  It is only $10 and I think worth the chance.  I don't have any indication that the 9 will double, just thought I would try it myself.  But do play doubles.  You will only find two numbers that double in the above chart, 66 and 77.

I hope you win, no matter which double you play.

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    Posted: May 26, 2004, 4:13 pm - IP Logged

    Congrats..Dude!!!

    990 is the winner.  I played 996 straight.  Thanks for the hint though I missed.

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      Posted: May 26, 2004, 4:16 pm - IP Logged

      way to go dude 990!!!

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        Posted: May 26, 2004, 6:03 pm - IP Logged

        Thank you, shwayba and paintbrush.  I played 99x, so I had the straight/box.  Hopefully that will make up for my $38 win last night!

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          Posted: May 26, 2004, 7:00 pm - IP Logged

          hey califdude

          do you have a stats on consecutive numbers

          we haven't had a consecutive number in 64

          draws which is way out there's only 10 numbers

          in the group 678,978,456,201,534,091,809,321

          576,324, they normally follow doubles or come

          out just before but haven't recently so am

          thinking they are due...like something 6

          tonight..also in tracking your 1a--2b

          method notice that the position 3 and 8 havn't

          had a hit in for days might be something to put

          with your key number if you choose the 7

          anyway congrads agian



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            Posted: May 26, 2004, 7:18 pm - IP Logged
            Quote: Originally posted by paintbrush on May 26, 2004


            hey califdude
            do you have a stats on consecutive numbers
            we haven't had a consecutive number in 64
            draws which is way out there's only 10 numbers
            in the group 678,978,456,201,534,091,809,321
            576,324, they normally follow doubles or come
            out just before but haven't recently so am
            thinking they are due...like something 6
            tonight..also in tracking your 1a--2b
            method notice that the position 3 and 8 havn't
            had a hit in for days might be something to put
            with your key number if you choose the 7
            anyway congrads agian

                 chris



            Chris, I don't track 3 consecutive numbers as a seperate statistic.  Position 3 is at 6 skips and position 8 is at 5 skips.  When I choose my Key #, I first look to see if a number is in the same position.  In other words, 7 is in position 7 this draw so it is my Key #.  I also looked back and found that when 7 was in position 7 before, it hit more often than missed.  If I don't find a situation like that or there is more than one number, then I go to the oldest positon, which in this case would be positon 3 which is the number 5.

            Thank you for the info about 3 consecutive numbers.  I will have to look closer at that.


             

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              Posted: May 26, 2004, 8:58 pm - IP Logged

              Wow, Dude. You did it again