Feb 23, 2006, 9:36 am

Destiny has many methods. In fact a few months ago she said she had or would have a million of them. I believe her!

Anyway this is one of the ones she has recently suggested. I think it may have some merit, but posting predictions is the only way to find out.

This method takes the last draw's Sum Last Digit (SLD) and uses that to find the pairs to play. You factor the number for the pairs. It's not really a "factor" in the true sense. It is the 2 digits added together that would give the SLD. Now how to pick the third digit. I'm going to try using the digits that were in the last draw.

These are for Midday and I'm using the Midday draw from yesterday as my base number.

California

597 ... gives sum of 21 and SLD of 1. There is only 1 factor .. 01 so the numbers to play would be:

015,019,017

.

Connecticut

624 ... gives sum of 12 and SLD of 2. Factors are 02 and 11.

026,022,024,116,112,114

.

Delaware

232 ... sum is 7. Factors are 07,16,25,34.

072,073,162,163,252,253,342,343

.

Georgia

894 ... sum is 21. SLD = 1. Factors = 01.

018,019,014

.

Illinois/Iowa

270 ... sum = 9. Factors = 09,18,27,36,45

092,097,090,182,187,180,272,277,270,362,367,360,452,457,450

.

Indiana

838 ... sum = 19 ... SLD = 9. Factors = 09,18,27,36,45

098,093,188,183,278,273,368,363,458,453

.

Kentucky

955 ... sum = 19 ... SLD = 9. Factors = 09,18,27,36,45.

099,095,189,185,279,275,369,365,459,455

.

Maryland

856 ... sum = 19 ... SLD = 9. Factors = 09,18,27,36,45.

098,095,096,188,185,186,278,275,276,368,365,366,458,455,456

.

Michigan

514 ... sum = 10 ... SLD = 0. I guess this would be 00.

005,001,004

.

Missouri

256 ... sum = 13 ... SLD = 3. Factors = 03,12

032,035,036,122,125,126

.

New Jersey

931 ... sum = 13 ... SLD = 3. Factors = 03,12

039,033,031,129,123,121

.

New York

316 ... sum = 10 ... SLD = 0. Factors = 00.

003,001,006

.

Ohio

418 ... sum = 13 ... SLD = 3. Factors = 03,12

034,031,038,124,121,128

.

Pennsylvania

601 ... sum = 7 ... SLD = 7. Factors = 07,16,25,34

076,070,071,166,160,161,256,250,251,346,340,341

.

South Carolina

913 ... sum = 13 ... SLD = 3. Factors = 03,12

039,031,033,129,121,123

.

Tennessee

573 ... sum = 15 ... SLD = 5. Factors = 05,14,23

055,057,053,145,147,143,235,237,233

.

Texas

217 ... sum = 10 ... SLD = 0. Factors = 00

002,001,007

.

Tri-State

889 ... sum = 25 ... SLD = 5. Factors = 05,14,23

058,059,148,149,238,239

.

Virginia

201 ... sum = 3. Factors = 03,12

032,030,031,122,120,121

.

Washington, D.C.

335 ... sum = 11. SLD = 1. Factors = 01.

013,015

I hope this method works. I like that it doesn't produce a LOT of numbers to play.

Feb 23, 2006, 10:03 am

WOW!!! Looks interesting and possibly rewarding!

Here's Minnesota for tonight's draw:

380 ... sum = 11. SLD = 1. Factors = 01, 92, 83, 74, 65

301, 392, 383, 374, 365, 801, 892, 883, 874, 865, 001, 092, 083, 074, 065

I hope that I did that right.

Good Luck,

John

Feb 23, 2006, 10:07 am

WOW!!! Looks interesting and possibly rewarding!

Here's Minnesota for tonight's draw:

380 ... sum = 11. SLD = 1. Factors = 01, 92, 83, 74, 65

301, 392, 383, 374, 365, 801, 892, 883, 874, 865, 001, 092, 083, 074, 065

I hope that I did that right.

Good Luck,

John

Not quite.

380 ... sum = 11. SLD = 1. The only 2 numbers that added together gives 1 is 0 and 1.

013,018,010

Feb 23, 2006, 1:53 pm

As of right now with 12 states finished with their draws, no winners.

Feb 23, 2006, 2:02 pm

**IL is a Winner - 180 Straight!!!!!**

P.S. Would this method be used mid-mid, eve-eve, draw-draw?

Feb 23, 2006, 2:04 pm

**IL is a Winner - 180 Straight!!!!!**

Wow!! That's great! Thank you for letting us know.

Feb 23, 2006, 3:18 pm

As far as mid-mid or eve-eve, etc. you will have to ask Destiny. It is her method, not mine. I think I will look at the other way she was showing for this and do the pairs from each digit of the last drawn number. It amounts to a lot more combos to play, though.

Feb 23, 2006, 5:09 pm

Here are the results with the actual draw in bold. Had 1 hit ... a straight in Illinois.

California

597 ... gives sum of 21 and SLD of 1. There is only 1 factor .. 01 so the numbers to play would be:

015,019,017 **416**

.

Connecticut

624 ... gives sum of 12 and SLD of 2. Factors are 02 and 11.

026,022,024,116,112,114 **421**

.

Delaware

232 ... sum is 7. Factors are 07,16,25,34.

072,073,162,163,252,253,342,343 **590**

.

Georgia

894 ... sum is 21. SLD = 1. Factors = 01.

018,019,014 **484**

.

Illinois/Iowa

270 ... sum = 9. Factors = 09,18,27,36,45

092,097,090,182,187,180,272,277,270,362,367,360,452,457,450 **180**

.

Indiana

838 ... sum = 19 ... SLD = 9. Factors = 09,18,27,36,45

098,093,188,183,278,273,368,363,458,453 **504**

.

Kentucky

955 ... sum = 19 ... SLD = 9. Factors = 09,18,27,36,45.

099,095,189,185,279,275,369,365,459,455 **038**

.

Maryland

856 ... sum = 19 ... SLD = 9. Factors = 09,18,27,36,45.

098,095,096,188,185,186,278,275,276,368,365,366,458,455,456 **580**

.

Michigan

514 ... sum = 10 ... SLD = 0. I guess this would be 00.

005,001,004 **175**

.

Missouri

256 ... sum = 13 ... SLD = 3. Factors = 03,12

032,035,036,122,125,126 ** 944**

.

New Jersey

931 ... sum = 13 ... SLD = 3. Factors = 03,12

039,033,031,129,123,121 **076**

.

New York

316 ... sum = 10 ... SLD = 0. Factors = 00.

003,001,006 **540**

.

Ohio

418 ... sum = 13 ... SLD = 3. Factors = 03,12

034,031,038,124,121,128 **786**

.

Pennsylvania

601 ... sum = 7 ... SLD = 7. Factors = 07,16,25,34

076,070,071,166,160,161,256,250,251,346,340,341 **103**

.

South Carolina

913 ... sum = 13 ... SLD = 3. Factors = 03,12

039,031,033,129,121,123 **026**

.

Tennessee

573 ... sum = 15 ... SLD = 5. Factors = 05,14,23

055,057,053,145,147,143,235,237,233 **319**

.

Texas

217 ... sum = 10 ... SLD = 0. Factors = 00

002,001,007 **818**

.

Tri-State

889 ... sum = 25 ... SLD = 5. Factors = 05,14,23

058,059,148,149,238,239 **236**

.

Virginia

201 ... sum = 3. Factors = 03,12

032,030,031,122,120,121 **477**

.

Washington, D.C.

335 ... sum = 11. SLD = 1. Factors = 01.

013,015 **209**

**CD**

I must admit I gave up trying to make heads or tails out of the last few threads from Destiny.

You have done a great job outlining the details. You have done a great job showing several examples. And, you've done a lot of work!

Now....why can't Destiny and others explain things like that? Let me change that from a question to a statement: **Anyone reading this thread, use it for an example when you post a system or try to explain something!**

**Great Job, CD!**

**CD**

I must admit I gave up trying to make heads or tails out of the last few threads from Destiny.

You have done a great job outlining the details. You have done a great job showing several examples. And, you've done a lot of work!

Now....why can't Destiny and others explain things like that? Let me change that from a question to a statement: **Anyone reading this thread, use it for an example when you post a system or try to explain something!**

**Great Job, CD!**

I explained the one in this thread that Destiny did Truecritic. It was too easy. CD did a good job on this and 180 came straight in Chicago too. Thanks again CD. Is there another one. I like workouts.

https://www.lotterypost.com/thread/129126

I had never seen the one in this thread. I should write it down so I can remember.

Feb 23, 2006, 9:18 pm

Thanks everyone. Tenaj, Destiny has a workout where she adds two draws together. I have that one in a spreadsheet, but she hasn't revived that one yet. I think she has 3 different threads going right now. It is hard to understand her instructions some times, but I try!

Feb 23, 2006, 9:22 pm

Thanks Califdude for the clear explination & all the work. Also thanks Destiny for the idea. I back tested WC for 5 days & got 1 box hit.

tenaj

I did see your explanation in that thread. I would point to that as well for anyone trying to explain a system. Good job.

In case you read this before you visit that other thread, I posted a question for you over there.....LOL

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