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# Patterns of Sums, Roots and other Filters

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Tx
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TotalTotalCombos26124322520818121614111491278553311Texas' Noon Past Combos.

 Wednesday Oct 20, 2004 8-9-2          19S 1Root 9LDR Tuesday Oct 19, 2004 7-5-0          12 3 2 Monday Oct 18, 2004 9-6-8          23 5 3 Saturday Oct 16, 2004 6-1-5           12 3 2 Friday Oct 15, 2004 2-5-1             8 8 8 Thursday Oct 14, 2004 0-5-3             8 8 8 Wednesday Oct 13, 2004 5-2-3           10 1 0 Monday Oct 11, 2004 1-0-1            2 2 2 Saturday Oct 9, 2004 4-3-4           11 2 1 Friday Oct 8, 2004 2-4-3            9 9 9 Thursday Oct 7, 2004 0-1-7            8 8 8 Wednesday Oct 6, 2004 9-6-4           19 1 9 Tuesday Oct 5, 2004 6-5-1           12 3 2 Monday Oct 4, 2004 7-0-8           15 6 5 Saturday Oct 2, 2004 9-3-0          12 3 2 Friday Oct 1, 2004 2-8-4           14 5 4 Thursday Sep 30, 2004 3-8-8           19 1 9 Wednesday Sep 29, 2004 0-2-8          10 1 0 Tuesday Sep 28, 2004 2-3-0           5 5 5 Monday Sep 27, 2004 7-0-3          10 1 0 Saturday Sep 25, 2004 6-6-9          21 3 1 Friday Sep 24, 2004 3-4-7          14 5 4 Thursday Sep 23, 2004 9-5-5           19 1 9 Wednesday Sep 22, 2004 0-1-6            7 7 7 Tuesday Sep 21, 2004 4-5-6          15 6 5 Monday Sep 20, 2004 4-5-6          15 6 5 Saturday Sep 18, 2004 2-8-8          18 9 8

This is mostly to get an idea how the sums and the roots come out and to try to guess what or which sums and roots might be the most likely to come out soon.

For example as you can see, they might come out 2 times in a row, but not very often 3 or more times in a row, but some of them do repeat every so often so they are "HOT" and others don't come too much, so they are "COLD" and others have not shown at all after a given number of draws, so they might be "DUE".

You can try to predict which sums and or roots might be the most likely to come out next or soon.

By the way as you know a "BOXED" combo can be converted into 6 straight combos like this:

830=803,308,380,083,038.

This is were the High-Low and Even-Odd comes, to pick straight combos or the most likely straight combo out of the 6 straight combos.

Sums and roots can be used just the same and in the same way for both straight and boxed (any-order) combos.

High-Low, Even-Odd are mostly for straight combos, but in a modified way can also be used for boxed combos as I told on Daisy's "Pick3 Patterns" post.

You look at the past High-Low, Even-Odd, Sum, Root. To try to guess the most likely of them to come out next or soon.

You use Hot, Cold or Due: High-Low, Even-Odd, Sum, Root and Last Digit Sum Root.

You just look at the patterns of these on the past history and then make a guess.

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There are also other filters like spacing between digits:

480, the lowest digit is 0 the highest 8, so the distance in digits between the lowest and highest is "8", 8-0="8".

893="6" Distance in digits from lowest to highest, 9-3="6".

000="0", 0-0=0

111,999,444, = "0"

121="1", 2-1="1"

The distance can be as low as "0" and as high as "9"

 Wednesday Oct 20, 2004 8-9-2 6 Distance in digits from lowest to highest digits. Tuesday Oct 19, 2004 7-5-0 7 Monday Oct 18, 2004 9-6-8 3 Saturday Oct 16, 2004 6-1-5 5 Friday Oct 15, 2004 2-5-1 4 Thursday Oct 14, 2004 0-5-3 5 Wednesday Oct 13, 2004 5-2-3 3 Monday Oct 11, 2004 1-0-1 1 Saturday Oct 9, 2004 4-3-4 1 Friday Oct 8, 2004 2-4-3 2 Thursday Oct 7, 2004 0-1-7 7 Wednesday Oct 6, 2004 9-6-4 5 Tuesday Oct 5, 2004 6-5-1 5 Monday Oct 4, 2004 7-0-8 7

As you can see, some digit distances are "HOT", some others are "COLD" and some are "DUE".

By looking at the distances of combos of past draws maybe they can give you an idea of what digit distances could be most likely to come out soon or next ( and again maybe not?).

As you can see, some of them repeat right away on the very next draw.

Look at the digits as being: Lowest, Middle, and Highest= 693=MHL.

So, there is also the distance from the Middle Digit to the Lowest Digit and the distance of the Middle Digit to the Highest digit.

693, M-H="3", M-L="3" and L-H="6".

000, 111, 999,  M-H=0, M-L=0 and L-H=0

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Also Lowest, Middle and Highest is not just for distance in digits filter, but also the same as High-Low, but with a middle, such as:

893=M-Her-Ler.

000,111,222,333,444,555,666,777,888,999: Don't have Lower-Middle-Higher.

Pairs, such as: 122=Have High-Low, but no Lower, Middle and Higher.

Only singles such as 123,846,901,374, have Lower, Middle and Higher.

TX Noon Game.

 Wednesday Oct 20, 2004 8-9-2 M-Her-Ler Tuesday Oct 19, 2004 7-5-0 Her-M-Ler Monday Oct 18, 2004 9-6-8 Her-Ler-M Saturday Oct 16, 2004 6-1-5 Her-Ler-M Friday Oct 15, 2004 2-5-1 M-Her-Ler Thursday Oct 14, 2004 0-5-3 Ler-Her-M Wednesday Oct 13, 2004 5-2-3 Her-Ler-M Monday Oct 11, 2004 1-0-1 Her-Ler-Her Saturday Oct 9, 2004 4-3-4 Her-Ler-Her Friday Oct 8, 2004 2-4-3 Ler-Her-M Thursday Oct 7, 2004 0-1-7 Ler-M-Her Wednesday Oct 6, 2004 9-6-4 Her-M-Ler Tuesday Oct 5, 2004 6-5-1 Her-M-Ler Monday Oct 4, 2004 7-0-8 Her-Ler-M Saturday Oct 2, 2004 9-3-0 Her-M-Ler Friday Oct 1, 2004 2-8-4 Ler-Her-M Thursday Sep 30, 2004 3-8-8 Ler-Her-Her Wednesday Sep 29, 2004 0-2-8 Ler-M-Her Tuesday Sep 28, 2004 2-3-0 M-Her-Ler Monday Sep 27, 2004 7-0-3 Her-Ler-M Saturday Sep 25, 2004 6-6-9 Ler-Ler-Her Friday Sep 24, 2004 3-4-7 Ler-M-Her Thursday Sep 23, 2004 9-5-5 Her-Ler-Ler Wednesday Sep 22, 2004 0-1-6 Ler-M-Her Tuesday Sep 21, 2004 4-5-6 Ler-M-Her Monday Sep 20, 2004 4-5-6 Ler-M-Her Saturday Sep 18, 2004 2-8-8 Ler-Her-Her

As with the rest there might be hot, cold and due combinations?

And there are many more filters, but this is all for now.

More, only if Daisy or anybody else is interested.

"Ten measures of beauty descended to the world, nine were taken by Jerusalem."

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Wow Lantern

This is a tremendous amount of work.

I dont personally play Texas, but i appreciate this........

I believe life is about finding someone you cant live without

And showing them how much you care every day of every month of every year

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Justin

This is to show people that Hot-Cold-Due can also be used with filter patterns and not just with digits or numbers.

"Ten measures of beauty descended to the world, nine were taken by Jerusalem."

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Thank you :)

I believe life is about finding someone you cant live without

And showing them how much you care every day of every month of every year

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Justin you are welcomed.

If you go over the patterns "several times" slowly and or also fast and from a given distance so you can see all or several of them at once you will see how many of them connect and or relate.

They are there!

"Ten measures of beauty descended to the world, nine were taken by Jerusalem."

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Hi Lantern,

On

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My power is scheduled to go off in about 20 min for a total of 6 plus hours, so I don't have much time...this is a portion of my Texas spreadsheet:

 Day Number ADD Sum Jump Prev O/E 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10-21 eve 2 6 3 12 6 1 4 5 1 2 85092-67413 10-21 mid 858 879 21 +4 1 O 1 5 2 11 5 4 3 4 1 1 08926-75413 (272) (2-1) 10-20 eve 089 297 17 -2 2 O 3 4 1 10 4 3 2 3 1 1 89267-50413 712 2-1 10-20 mid 892 036 19 -1 1 O 2 3 3 9 3 2 1 2 1 4 86750-24193 196 1-2 10-19 eve 866 116 20 -2 0 E 1 2 2 8 2 1 3 1 3 3 75024-19683 (988) (0-3) 10-19 mid 750 519 12 5 0 E 3 1 1 7 1 4 2 12 2 2 24196-80537 087 (0-3) 10-18 eve 241 383 7 +4 0 O 2 3 4 6 2 3 1 11 1 1 96804-15237 856 1-2 10-18 mid 968 928 23 -1 0 O 1 2 3 5 1 2 2 10 7 9 04615-23897 938 1-2 10-16 eve 040 435 4 +2 0 E 2 1 2 4 4 1 1 9 6 8 61520-43897 (565) (2-1) 10-16 mid 615 095 12 +4 1 E 1 2 1 3 3 2 1 8 5 7 62051-43897 154 3-0 10-15 eve 620 479 8 0 1 E 3 1 1 2 2 1 6 7 4 6 25143-08967 916 1-2 10-15 mid 251 829 8 -1 1 E 2 8 1 1 1 2 5 6 3 5 43205-89671 350 2-1 10-14 eve 432 489 9 +1 1 O 1 7 3 1 2 1 4 5 2 4 05384-29671 536 2-1 10-14 mid 053 579 8 +1 1 E 6 6 2 2 1 1 3 4 1 3 58423-96710 015 2-1 10-13 eve 584 061 17 -3 1 O 5 5 1 1 7 1 2 3 12 2 52396-71048 109 1-2 10-13 mid 523 660 10 +2 1 E 4 4 3 1 6 7 1 2 11 1 96372-10458 953 2-1 10-12 eve 963 396 18 -2 1 E 3 3 2 4 5 6 1 1 10 2 67291-03458 417 2-1 10-12 mid 677 958 20 +2 1 E 2 2 1 3 4 5 3 1 9 1 72910-36458 (711) (2-1) 10-11 eve 729 628 18 -4 0 E 1 1 5 2 3 4 2 2 8 6 10736-45298 389 1-2 10-11 mid 101 475 2 -4 0 E 3 6 4 1 2 3 1 1 7 5 73645-02918 (969) (0-3) 10-09 eve 736 302 16 5 1 E 2 5 3 1 1 2 6 5 6 4 43502-91768 829 1-2 10-09 mid 434 904 11 +3 1 O 1 4 2 1 2 1 5 4 5 3 53024-91768 (525) (3-0) 10-08 eve 530 397 8 -1 1 E 3 3 1 1 1 6 4 3 4 2 24390-17685 035 2-1

The numbers that are in pink are doubles...the sums that are in yellow mean there was a "neighbor", the jump is the difference between the ones digit of the sum compared with the previous draw...how many odd digits...odd/even with even in green to help me visualize it... ... my 10-digit number with the current draw in bold...the position of each digit (numbers in "()" are doubles)...the distribution of the digits (how many from the first 5 - how many from the second 5) the yellow and red in the columns at the end are showing box (yellow) or straight hits (red).  The first column is for the "China Method" and the second method is for my current way of doing things!!

Then you get charts like this:

Distribution (this is an old one..I started a new one):

 (0-3) = 26 (1-2) = 25 (2-1) = 23 (3-0) = 19 0-3 = 13 1-2 = 112 2-1 = 83 3-0 = 12

Sums (ones digit only):

 0= 40 1= 37 2= 37 3= 32 4= 47 5= 42 6= 39 7= 47 8= 43 9= 41

Jumps between sums:

 5= 36 +4= 43 +3= 32 +2= 38 +1= 40 0= 40 -1= 50 -2= 41 -3= 45 -4= 43

Skips between doubles (includes triples):

 0= 12 1= 9 2= 7 3= 6 4= 4 5= 2 6= 2 7= 1 8= 1 9= 1 10= 1

And skips between "2 previous":

 0= 4 1= 4 2= 3 3= 4 4= 3 5= 0 6= 4 7= 7 11= 1 12= 0 13= 2 14= 0 15= 0 16= 1 20= 1 30= 1 34= 1

I have more, but no time to do it now.  Power is now going off in about 10 minutes!!

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The green in the jump column is for "pure" numbers (all even or all odd digits).

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I forgot to mention that the numbers that are highlighted in green are "sequence" numbers (all 3 digits in sequence).

 10-14 eve 432

That looks strange!!  Oh, well you get the idea.

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Daisy

There are the 120 single (No doubles nor triples) boxed combos.

0-1-2
0-1-3
0-1-4
0-1-5
0-1-6
0-1-7
0-1-8
0-1-9
0-2-3
0-2-4
0-2-5
0-2-6
0-2-7
0-2-8
0-2-9
0-3-4
0-3-5
0-3-6
0-3-7
0-3-8
0-3-9
0-4-5
0-4-6
0-4-7
0-4-8
0-4-9
0-5-6
0-5-7
0-5-8
0-5-9
0-6-7
0-6-8
0-6-9
0-7-8
0-7-9
0-8-9
1-2-3
1-2-4
1-2-5
1-2-6
1-2-7
1-2-8
1-2-9
1-3-4
1-3-5
1-3-6
1-3-7
1-3-8
1-3-9
1-4-5
1-4-6
1-4-7
1-4-8
1-4-9
1-5-6
1-5-7
1-5-8
1-5-9
1-6-7
1-6-8
1-6-9
1-7-8
1-7-9
1-8-9
2-3-4
2-3-5
2-3-6
2-3-7
2-3-8
2-3-9
2-4-5
2-4-6
2-4-7
2-4-8
2-4-9
2-5-6
2-5-7
2-5-8
2-5-9
2-6-7
2-6-8
2-6-9
2-7-8
2-7-9
2-8-9
3-4-5
3-4-6
3-4-7
3-4-8
3-4-9
3-5-6
3-5-7
3-5-8
3-5-9
3-6-7
3-6-8
3-6-9
3-7-8
3-7-9
3-8-9
4-5-6
4-5-7
4-5-8
4-5-9
4-6-7
4-6-8
4-6-9
4-7-8
4-7-9
4-8-9
5-6-7
5-6-8
5-6-9
5-7-8
5-7-9
5-8-9
6-7-8
6-7-9
6-8-9
7-8-9

These are the Boxed doubles:

0-0-1
0-0-2
0-0-3
0-0-4
0-0-5
0-0-6
0-0-7
0-0-8
0-0-9
0-1-1
0-2-2
0-3-3
0-4-4
0-5-5
0-6-6
0-7-7
0-8-8
0-9-9
1-1-2
1-1-3
1-1-4
1-1-5
1-1-6
1-1-7
1-1-8
1-1-9
1-2-2
1-3-3
1-4-4
1-5-5
1-6-6
1-7-7
1-8-8
1-9-9
2-2-3
2-2-4
2-2-5
2-2-6
2-2-7
2-2-8
2-2-9
2-3-3
2-4-4
2-5-5
2-6-6
2-7-7
2-8-8
2-9-9
3-3-4
3-3-5
3-3-6
3-3-7
3-3-8
3-3-9
3-4-4
3-5-5
3-6-6
3-7-7
3-8-8
3-9-9
4-4-5
4-4-6
4-4-7
4-4-8
4-4-9
4-5-5
4-6-6
4-7-7
4-8-8
4-9-9
5-5-6
5-5-7
5-5-8
5-5-9
5-6-6
5-7-7
5-8-8
5-9-9
6-6-7
6-6-8
6-6-9
6-7-7
6-8-8
6-9-9
7-7-8
7-7-9
7-8-8
7-9-9
8-8-9
8-9-9

These are boxed all high,no doubles and no triples:

5-6-7
5-6-8
5-6-9
5-7-8
5-7-9
5-8-9
6-7-8
6-7-9
6-8-9
7-8-9

These are boxed all high, doubles and no triples:

5-5-6
5-5-7
5-5-8
5-5-9
5-6-6
5-7-7
5-8-8
5-9-9
6-6-7
6-6-8
6-6-9
6-7-7
6-8-8
6-9-9
7-7-8
7-7-9
7-8-8
7-9-9
8-8-9
8-9-9

These are boxed all lows, no doubles nor triples:

0-1-2
0-1-3
0-1-4
0-2-3
0-2-4
0-3-4
1-2-3
1-2-4
1-3-4
2-3-4

These are boxed all lows, doubles no triples:

0-0-1
0-0-2
0-0-3
0-0-4
0-1-1
0-2-2
0-3-3
0-4-4
1-1-2
1-1-3
1-1-4
1-2-2
1-3-3
1-4-4
2-2-3
2-2-4
2-3-3
2-4-4
3-3-4
3-4-4

These are boxed 2 highs and 1 low, no doubles and no triples:

0-5-6
0-5-7
0-5-8
0-5-9
0-6-7
0-6-8
0-6-9
0-7-8
0-7-9
0-8-9
1-5-6
1-5-7
1-5-8
1-5-9
1-6-7
1-6-8
1-6-9
1-7-8
1-7-9
1-8-9
2-5-6
2-5-7
2-5-8
2-5-9
2-6-7
2-6-8
2-6-9
2-7-8
2-7-9
2-8-9
3-5-6
3-5-7
3-5-8
3-5-9
3-6-7
3-6-8
3-6-9
3-7-8
3-7-9
3-8-9
4-5-6
4-5-7
4-5-8
4-5-9
4-6-7
4-6-8
4-6-9
4-7-8
4-7-9
4-8-9

There are boxed 2Highs 1Low doubles:

0-5-5
0-6-6
0-7-7
0-8-8
0-9-9
1-5-5
1-6-6
1-7-7
1-8-8
1-9-9
2-5-5
2-6-6
2-7-7
2-8-8
2-9-9
3-5-5
3-6-6
3-7-7
3-8-8
3-9-9
4-5-5
4-6-6
4-7-7
4-8-8
4-9-9

These are boxed 2Lows 1High no doubles:

0-1-5
0-1-6
0-1-7
0-1-8
0-1-9
0-2-5
0-2-6
0-2-7
0-2-8
0-2-9
0-3-5
0-3-6
0-3-7
0-3-8
0-3-9
0-4-5
0-4-6
0-4-7
0-4-8
0-4-9
1-2-5
1-2-6
1-2-7
1-2-8
1-2-9
1-3-5
1-3-6
1-3-7
1-3-8
1-3-9
1-4-5
1-4-6
1-4-7
1-4-8
1-4-9
2-3-5
2-3-6
2-3-7
2-3-8
2-3-9
2-4-5
2-4-6
2-4-7
2-4-8
2-4-9
3-4-5
3-4-6
3-4-7
3-4-8
3-4-9

These are Boxed 2Lows 1High doubles:

0-0-5
0-0-6
0-0-7
0-0-8
0-0-9
1-1-5
1-1-6
1-1-7
1-1-8
1-1-9
2-2-5
2-2-6
2-2-7
2-2-8
2-2-9
3-3-5
3-3-6
3-3-7
3-3-8
3-3-9
4-4-5
4-4-6
4-4-7
4-4-8
4-4-9

I hope that I didn't make any mistakes on these.

The Evens and Odds will follow later today.

These numbers (combos) will be used with the first High-Low and Even-Odd lesson on "Patterns Pick 3" by Daisy Dollars. Also the following Even-Odd numbers that I will post later.

(Maybe together with some other stuff, that I "might" ( I don't know yet)  also post some time later)

"Ten measures of beauty descended to the world, nine were taken by Jerusalem."

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Here are all the 220 unique (boxed) numbers in columns (0-9).  The column heading relates to the sum (ones digit) of the numbers.

 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 000 001 002 003 004 005 006 007 008 009 019 029 011 012 013 014 015 016 017 018 028 038 039 049 022 023 024 025 026 027 037 047 048 058 059 069 033 034 035 036 046 056 057 067 068 078 079 089 044 045 055 119 066 111 077 113 088 115 099 117 118 128 129 139 112 122 114 124 116 126 127 137 138 148 149 159 123 133 125 135 136 146 147 157 158 168 169 179 134 144 145 155 156 166 167 177 178 188 189 199 226 227 228 229 239 249 222 223 224 225 235 236 237 238 248 258 259 269 233 234 244 245 246 247 257 267 268 278 279 289 299 335 255 256 266 339 277 359 288 333 334 344 336 337 338 348 349 368 369 379 389 399 345 346 347 357 358 377 378 388 479 489 444 355 356 366 367 449 459 469 488 579 499 445 446 447 448 458 468 478 569 588 589 599 455 456 457 467 477 559 578 669 679 689 699 555 466 557 558 568 668 678 688 779 789 799 556 566 567 577 677 777 778 788 888 889 899 999 666 667

The yellow numbers are doubles, red are triples and green are sequence.  Odd and even are of course automatically indicated by the column headings.

When you remove the highlighted numbers you have removed 1/2 of the 220.  Here is a list of the 110 numbers that are NOT doubles, triples, or sequence numbers:

 013 027 046 069 135 156 014 028 047 078 136 157 015 029 048 079 137 158 016 034 049 124 138 159 017 035 056 125 139 167 018 036 057 126 145 168 023 037 058 127 146 169 024 038 059 128 147 178 025 039 067 129 148 179 026 045 068 134 149 189 235 256 346 369 478 236 257 347 378 479 237 258 348 379 489 238 259 349 389 568 239 267 356 457 569 245 268 357 458 578 246 269 358 459 579 247 278 359 467 589 248 279 367 468 679 249 289 368 469 689

Maybe the charts that Lantern and I are providing will help someone understand the 3-digit numbers better.  Now all you have to do is decide how to use all this info!!

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CalifDude

That chart is excellent really "SUPER"

Thank you much.

Now there are 220 boxed combos, of those 120 are singles, 90 doubles and 10 triples.

Also as you can see on CalifDude's chart 10 of them are consecutives that is the digits are in sequence such as 012.123.234.345.456.567.678.789,890,901.

Since there are only 10 of them, they should not come out very often.

The singles are 120 and the doubles are 90, so the singles should come out more often, But the doubles pay lots of more money.

The straight combos are 1000, of those 720 are singles, 270 are doubles and 10 are triples.

Now back to doubles:

There are 10 all high no doubles and no triples, also 10 all low no doubles nor triples.

There are 20 all high doubles and there are also 20 all lows doubles.

There are 50 2Highs 1Low no doubles.

There are 50 2Lows 1High no doubles.

There are 25 2Highs 1Low doubles.

There are 25 2Lows I high doubles.

I will do the Even-Odd later today.

Anyhow let's jump ahead a little:

You will devide the High-Low combos into 3 parts:

All lows and all highs. With or without doubles (up to you).

2Lows and 1 high. With or without doubles (up to you).

2Highs and 1 low.  With or without doubles (up to you).

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Then you will also devide the Even-Odd combos into 3 parts:

All Odds and all Evens. With or without doubles (up tp you).

2 Odds and 1 Even. With or without doubles (up to you).

2 Evens and 1 Odd. With or without doubles (up to you).

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Then what!!!!!!!!????

Well!

First make a chart of the past draws with their High-Low and Even-Odd combinations as shown on the pick 3 post called "Patterns Pick 3" by DaisyDollars.

Then check it and predict which of the 3 groups (All High and all Low, 2 Highs and 1 Low, or 2 Lows and 1 High) of High-Low is the most likely to come out next.

Do exactly the same with the Even-Odds.

Then let's say that you think that "2 Lows and 1 High" and "2 Odds and 1 Even" will come next.

Take the list of 2 Lows and 1 High boxed combos that I gave to you and also look at the list of boxed 2 Odds and 1 Even that I also gave to you.

On the copy of the 2 Lows and 1 High, mark  or circle all the boxed combos that are also 2 Odds and 1 Even.

That will reduce the number of combos that are on that list.

Now whatever combos are left there (The ones that you marked or circled) , you will pick from there the numbers or combos that you will play.

Later I will tell you how to reduce the combos even more.

I wil also give you the list of Even-Odd combos a little later.

"Ten measures of beauty descended to the world, nine were taken by Jerusalem."

Tx
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Even-Odd Boxed Combos:

3 All Even no doubles:

0-2-4
0-2-6
0-2-8
0-4-6
0-4-8
0-6-8
2-4-6
2-4-8
2-6-8
4-6-8

3 All Even Doubles:

0-0-2
0-0-4
0-0-6
0-0-8
0-2-2
0-4-4
0-6-6
0-8-8
2-2-4
2-2-6
2-2-8
2-4-4
2-6-6
2-8-8
4-4-6
4-4-8
4-6-6
4-8-8
6-6-8
6-8-8

3 Odds No Doubles:

1-3-5
1-3-7
1-3-9
1-5-7
1-5-9
1-7-9
3-5-7
3-5-9
3-7-9
5-7-9

3 Odds Doubles:

1-1-3
1-1-5
1-1-7
1-1-9
1-3-3
1-5-5
1-7-7
1-9-9
3-3-5
3-3-7
3-3-9
3-5-5
3-7-7
3-9-9
5-5-7
5-5-9
5-7-7
5-9-9
7-7-9
7-9-9

2 Even 1 Odd No Doubles:

0-1-2
0-1-4
0-1-6
0-1-8
0-2-3
0-2-5
0-2-7
0-2-9
0-3-4
0-3-6
0-3-8
0-4-5
0-4-7
0-4-9
0-5-6
0-5-8
0-6-7
0-6-9
0-7-8
0-8-9
1-2-4
1-2-6
1-2-8
1-4-6
1-4-8
1-6-8
2-3-4
2-3-6
2-3-8
2-4-5
2-4-7
2-4-9
2-5-6
2-5-8
2-6-7
2-6-9
2-7-8
2-8-9
3-4-6
3-4-8
3-6-8
4-5-6
4-5-8
4-6-7
4-6-9
4-7-8
4-8-9
5-6-8
6-7-8
6-8-9

2 Even 1 Odd Doubles:

0-0-1
0-0-3
0-0-5
0-0-7
0-0-9
1-2-2
1-4-4
1-6-6
1-8-8
2-2-3
2-2-5
2-2-7
2-2-9
3-4-4
3-6-6
3-8-8
4-4-5
4-4-7
4-4-9
5-6-6
5-8-8
6-6-7
6-6-9
7-8-8
8-8-9

2 Odd 1 Even No Doubles:

0-1-3
0-1-5
0-1-7
0-1-9
0-3-5
0-3-7
0-3-9
0-5-7
0-5-9
0-7-9
1-2-3
1-2-5
1-2-7
1-2-9
1-3-4
1-3-6
1-3-8
1-4-5
1-4-7
1-4-9
1-5-6
1-5-8
1-6-7
1-6-9
1-7-8
1-8-9
2-3-5
2-3-7
2-3-9
2-5-7
2-5-9
2-7-9
3-4-5
3-4-7
3-4-9
3-5-6
3-5-8
3-6-7
3-6-9
3-7-8
3-8-9
4-5-7
4-5-9
4-7-9
5-6-7
5-6-9
5-7-8
5-8-9
6-7-9
7-8-9

2 Odds 1 Even Doubles:

0-1-1
0-3-3
0-5-5
0-7-7
0-9-9
1-1-2
1-1-4
1-1-6
1-1-8
2-3-3
2-5-5
2-7-7
2-9-9
3-3-4
3-3-6
3-3-8
4-5-5
4-7-7
4-9-9
5-5-6
5-5-8
6-7-7
6-9-9
7-7-8
8-9-9

Let's hope that I didn't make any mistakes?

This is all for today.

"Ten measures of beauty descended to the world, nine were taken by Jerusalem."

Poway CA (San Diego County)
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Thanks Lantern and Win d.  I will consider posting on my blog.

Tx
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WinD

Done, they are posted.

"Ten measures of beauty descended to the world, nine were taken by Jerusalem."

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