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Posted: September 5, 2004, 8:37 am - IP Logged


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There are a total of 64 picks.  The first column (highlighted in blue) is the sum to help you apply any filters you might want to use (even or odd, etc.).

Expected Sums: Using past results, I suggest sums 8,6,4 and 1 for this draw.  These are the ones digits from the above sums, NOT root sums.  So, a total of 13 or a total of 23 would be 3. Using these 4 sums, you can reduce the total number of tickets by 60% but still hit more than 45% of the time.

High/Low: Most draws (in all states) have either 2 High digits (5-9) or 2 Low digits (0-4).  One more way to consider reducing the numbers from the above chart is to NOT play 3 Low or 3 High digits.

Things to consider:  The number 6 remains very overdue (20 skips).  There are 16 numbers in the above chart that have a 6 in them.  That is what I'm playing today!

All of the above are just suggestions by me based on my research of this state. We call the above methods of reducing the total number of tickets needed to play "filters".  If you apply too many filters, you may filter yourself right out of a win!!
 

 


 

    shwayba's avatar - chi

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    Posted: September 5, 2004, 10:02 am - IP Logged
    Quote: Originally posted by CalifDude on September 05, 2004



    Things to consider:  The number 6 remains very overdue (20 skips).  There are 16 numbers in the above chart that have a 6 in them.  That is what I'm playing today!






    08/15/04 was the last day we saw 6 in the third position as in 056.  Since then, for 42 draws, counting both midday and evening, no 6 in the third position as yet.  So..... 

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      Posted: September 5, 2004, 5:47 pm - IP Logged

      Thank you, shwayba for the info.  I want ANY position right now.  I will be playing 06x tonight.