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Posted: September 30, 2004, 4:52 pm - IP Logged



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In order to save time (for me!) for this draw I am posting only my spreadsheet for this state and this draw. You will have to pick the numbers out yourself.

There are two halfs to the spreadsheet.  They relate to the A1-B2 and A2-B1 of "my method".  You don't need to concern yourself with that.

The first column is the sum of the 3 digits.  That sum will be red if the sum in less than 9 or greater than 19.  I suggest you filter your picks by NOT playing the sums that are in red.

The digits are either pink (5-9) or blue (0-4).  I suggest you do NOT play any numbers that are all the same color (all high or all low digits).

Most of the time I also skip the doubles.

I will make specific suggestions for this draw and this state below. But I want to explain the "sum" method I use.  I will suggest 4 sums for this draw. When I say "sum" I mean just the ones digit of the sum.  So 9 and 19 would be 9.  I pick these sums by keeping track of the "jumps" in sums for this state.

My suggestions for this draw (in addition to the filters I have already mentioned):

Sums:  0,7,2,1

Other suggestions: none