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SkyLine69

Ok reading this book and it talks about pairs out. Here are the two pages I'm questioning because I have no clue where they get there "pairs out" numbers

 

thanks

 

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SkyLine69

wow, just realized how big his was LOL, sorry folks, went to edit to make smaller but past my time to do so

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The Pairs Out Are The Pairs That Haven't Hit In The Past 25 Draws

 

Step 2

Using The Pair Chart

Using your

Pair Charton page 6 andstarting at the bottom of thislist

and move up, check off the pairs of numbers that appear in the

Breakdowncolumn. I havebolded andunderlined them as I

checked them off and I put the pairs Idid not findin thePairs Out

column.

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SkyLine69

for example  lets pick the first one which is 991 and he got a 3 for pairs out  How did he get a 3?  Looking at the chart

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It's the placement of his "Pairs Out" column that is throwing you off.

If today was 1/30/2008, you want to play pairs 03, 09, 11, 33, etc.

Someone else may be able to help with "what to pair them with", I struggle in that area.

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SkyLine69
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That part I get. What I don't get is where and how he got them. I wrote the author asking but have not heard anything yet. It's been almost a week

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00  01  02  03  04  05  06  07  08  09 

11  12  13  14  15  16  17  18  19 

22  23  24  25  26  27  28  29 

33  34  35  36  37  38  39 

44  45  46  47  48  49 

55  56  57  58  59

66  67  68  69

77  78  79

88  89

99

The Pairs Listed On The Right Hand Side Haven't Hit In 25 Draws.

It's Just The Way The Missing Pairs Are Listed.

They're Listed From Low To High...03-05-09-11......79.

It Has Nothing To Do With The Combinations Listed To The Left Of Them.

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