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Posted: September 11, 2004, 5:51 am - IP Logged



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There are a total of 150 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 0,4,8,6 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.

When playing doubles, I suggest putting the doubled number at the ends (525).  It seems that doubles are like that most of the time.

One way of reducing the number of tickets is to not play numbers with a low sum (less than 9) or a high sum (greater than 19).  I don't use this because I have had some nice wins with low and high sums! Like the 205 which was last night's Texas draw.  I had it STRAIGHT in my chart, but it had a low sum!!

Key #(s): 2,7,1  You might want to restrict your tickets to only those that include one or more of the Key #s. 

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!!
 
PLEASE do NOT ask me to do other states or to post earlier, etc.  I work 12-hour shifts at night and I'm missing 2 hours sleep each day to do the lotto postings.  I don't even sleep in on my nights off!

If you would like to learn how I do it and do it for your state read this thread: http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/95481

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    Posted: September 11, 2004, 10:33 am - IP Logged

    Dude, Great on the 205 last night's draw.....Thanks  afain and again............Joy

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      Posted: September 11, 2004, 5:52 pm - IP Logged

      You are very welcome, Joy.  I missed today's Texas Midday, but had TWO STRAIGHTS in a row before that!