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first thing put each combination in numerical order

1. 868= 688

2. 077=077

3. 672=267

4. 838=388

5. 263=236

6. 994=499

7. 205=025

8. 557=557

9. 750=057

10. 373=337

11. 489=489

12. 358=358

13. 548=458

14  714=147

now do you see anything?..well if you start with the first combination 868 through714 it completes a 0-6 sequence where nothing is lower than the number in the sequence ie 0=077, 1= 147 ,2 =236, 3=337, 4=499,5=557 and 6=688, this is just a 0-6 sequence it works for the entire sequence of 0-9 but those upper sets 777-799 and 888-899 are a little less cooperative I will say..but then again each state is different so in your states pic 3 those upper sets like 777-799 and 888-899 may come out very often..the higher the sequence you use the less the number of combinations..THE POINT IS..that the sequence will repeat over and over and over and over and over forever and ever as long as there is a pic 3 or pic 4..you see it only took 14 days for the 0-6 sequence to come out..this was a good week but it will not be that short all the time in fact I would bet it will be longer to complete most of the time..so..714 had to come out because it is in the 111-199 group that hadnt came out yet..yes..that is a lot of combinations..but that is the reason why 714 popped out..so..if are sitting on say nothing below a 6=xxx-699 the combinations are even less..and yes it will come..same goes for 777-799 and 888-899..the factor you have to deal with is time..each state is a little different on time..so each sequence will finish at different times in each state..I hope all of you understand this ..it really is a nice little tool to have..anytime you can shrink the number of combinations from a 1000 you put the odds in your favor...

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I think I am a little confused on this...

However, what you want to do is shrink the number down to under 900 to put the odds in your favor...

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Digits out method works

along these lines,Overdue

digits

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I don't know...how is it that 714 specifically had to come out?

Would you say that you would be betting the zeros-with higher numbers, 1-with-higher numbers, 2, etc. through 6 boxed and then once a number came off, such as the 688 at the top, you would eliminate the 6's?

If that isn't the case, isn't that the same as saying that "x" will come out "sometime"?

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This guy has never been good with his explanation.

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000001002003004005006007008009
011012013014015016017018019
022023024025026027028029
033034035036037038039
044045046047048049
055056057058059
066067068069
077078079
088089
099
111112113114115116117118119
122123124125126127128129
133134135136137138139
144145146147148149
155156157158159
166167168169
177178179
188189
199
222223224225226227228229
233234235236237238239
244245246247248249
255256257258259
266267268269
277278279
288289
299
333334335336337338339
344345346347348349
355356357358359
366367368369
377378379
388389
399
444445446447448449
455456457458459
466467468469
477478479
488489
499
555556557558559
566567568569
577578579
588589
599
666667668669
677678679
688689
699         
          
Okay...essentially you have 210 combinations. If a double hits, then you are in good shape. However, if a single hits, you are down $15 at the online store. Some filtering would be necessary, or you would have to hope that one of the larger numbers disappears before too long.
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What would need to be done is to run a series and figure out when it's one-to-three digits out and then use those combinations to complete a series.

Does this make sense to you BA?

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Digits out method works

along these lines,Overdue

digits

4/6/2006548Payout
4/5/2006358Payout
4/4/2006922Payout
4/3/2006489Payout
4/2/2006373

Digits out/missing 0-1-6

I have the theory

missing digits become winning

root sums(at least one) within 7 days.Also one of the missing

digits used in the winning

root sum combo

Digits out/missing 0-1-6*

105=Rt.sum 6* came 4/12

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So, with the missing root sum of 1 also, that would create one of the following combos to show:

001  019  028  037  046  055

118  127  136  145

226  235  244

334

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What would need to be done is to run a series and figure out when it's one-to-three digits out and then use those combinations to complete a series.

Does this make sense to you BA?

 One particular digit out in all

positions .

548

352

929

483

770

207

895

664

036

111  I would run 100-199 series

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This is a summary, digits farthest out all positions .

 

 

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So, with the missing root sum of 1 also, that would create one of the following combos to show:

001  019  028  037  046  055

118  127  136  145

226  235  244

334

577=19=10=1 rt.sum came

after 714

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So, with the missing root sum of 1 also, that would create one of the following combos to show:

001  019  028  037  046  055

118  127  136  145

226  235  244

334

577=19=10=1 rt.sum came

after 714

4/12/2006105Payout
4/11/2006530Payout
4/10/2006341Payout
4/9/2006223Payout
4/8/2006577Payout
4/7/2006714Payout
4/6/2006548
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Yes that is correct. I forgot about the 19's.

379  388

469  478

559  568  577

667

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We would throw out the 0 root though, right, since it doesn't exist? Although 10 and 1 are a good "double" indicator.

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4/6/2006548Payout
4/5/2006358Payout
4/4/2006922Payout
4/3/2006489Payout
4/2/2006373

Digits out/missing 0-1-6

999    999    999  999

548    358    922  489

----    ----    ----  ----

451    641    077  510

 

        6        0          5 

  5 7       4 7      7 3       1 6

2 1    3 2 1   9 8 7    2 1 0 

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 52        42      78        11

 57        47      73        16

                 

47 & 57 seen here

 

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