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Pick 4 For Lunch~The Sandwich System

lottolaughs's avatar - animaniacs28

                                                                                     

 

This chart is strange,lol. Is it just me or does this give you at least ONE upcoming number in the next few P4 draws?

Match the MIDDLE PAIR of your last pick 4 draw to the pairs below to find the number.

Example: 1826 = 82 = 4  

 

00 = 0     01 = 1    02 = 2   03 = 3    04 = 4    05 = 5    06 = 6    07 = 7   08 = 8      09 = 9

10 = 9     11 = 0    12 = 1   13 = 2    14 = 3    15 = 4   16 = 5    17 = 6     18 = 7     19 = 8

20 = 8     21 = 9    22 = 0   23 = 1   24 = 2    25 = 3    26 = 4    27 = 5     28 = 6     29 = 7                                                                 

30 = 7     31 = 8   32 = 9   33 = 0    34 = 1    35 = 2    36 = 3    37 = 4     38 = 5     39 = 6

40 = 6     41 = 7    42 = 8   43 = 9    44 = 0    45 = 1    46 = 2    47 = 3   48 = 4     49 = 5   

50 = 5     51 = 6    52 = 7   53 = 8    54 = 9    55 = 0   56 = 1    57 = 2     58 = 3     59 = 4

60 = 4     61 = 5    62 = 6   63 = 7   64 = 8    65 = 9    66 = 0    67 = 1     68 = 2     69 = 3   

70 = 3     71 = 4    72 = 5 73 = 6    74 = 7    75 = 8    76 = 9    77 = 0     78 = 1     79 = 2                       

80 = 2     81 = 3    82 = 4   83 = 5    84 = 6    85 = 7    86 = 8    87 = 9       88 = 0     89 = 1

90 = 1     91 = 2    92 = 3   93 = 4    94 = 5    95 = 6    96 = 7    97 = 8     98 = 9     99 = 0

 

Okay,so now we have a 4 to start with.

Let's add that to our existing numbers in the P4 draw...1826.

41

48

42

46

Did I mention it's probably best to start with 4 UNMATCHED numbers?

No doubles or triples. Skip down in your past results to find 4 unmatched.

Now let's take our P4 draw number again and just add +2 to each (lottery math!)

1 +2 = 3

8 +2 = 0

2 +2 = 4

6 +2 = 8

These will be the 3rd digits for your 4 pairs creating 16 Triplets.

41 3/0/4/8     

48 3/0/4/8   

42 3/0/4/8     

46 3/0/4/8

How do we get the 4th number to make a small set of 16 numbers???

 

Any suggestions?

 

How do YOU go about deciding on just ONE DIGIT when figuring out your numbers?  Your input is greatly appreciated!!

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Hello and positional twins in the pick 4 have
= 00 11 99 =10  positions
  6 positions = 1.2 ..... 1.3   ......           3.4 = 6

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Let's see,.....Hmmmmmm.

I know a number wizard who might go to the Search Drawings aisle and see maybe which number was furthest out.

Sounds like a good idea to me.

You?

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In response to lottolaughs

Maybe use your state hot digits. It's just my 2 cents, it's not worth much. LolROFL Thank you so much, for always sharingGroup Hug

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A Big OMG to you LL!!!  Very nice indeed!  My two cents worth of input says to just go with the coldest digit(s) within whatever timeframe you deem long enough to determine whether a number is cold or hot ... and place it with each triad.  A quick little test of NY's Feb singles looks very promising! 

Thank you for another GREAT system!

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In response to Feisty1

Okay, here's a perfect example of what I was talking about above using LottoLaughs Formula:

NY P4 2/28 - 5940 - using 94 = 5

55

59

54

50

Adding +2 

5+2=7
9+2=1
4+2=6
0+2=2

Now putting each with the pairs:

557/1/6/2
597/1/6/2
547/1/6/2
507/1/6/2

Then for the fourth digit using the cold or coldest which I currently have as 8, 0 & 6 ...

Today's midday draw was 6457.

I think this is the best one so far LL!  It would be nice to be able to have just one digit to put with the triads, but given how the lottery operates I don't think it would be wise ... and even if one could narrow it down you would still need to do even the mirror digit along as well.

PS I caught it boxed!

Thank you so much.

pick4lvr11's avatar - Lottery-012.jpg

WHat about the ones that dont repeat?? doubles?

txpolo's avatar - animaniacs16

Could you generate a P3  Sandwich System?

Thanks

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In response to lottolaughs

I am trying to wrap my mind around the chart, why do you chose the middle pair? why not the front pair or back pair? If a pair can trigger a digit, can we assume the reverse is  probably?

lottolaughs's avatar - animaniacs28
In response to adobea78

@Fiesty1...glad you're enjoying it,hun. Thanks always for your support :)

@txpolo...tried to get it going with Pick 3 but it doesn't want to cooperate.

@adobea78...the middle pair works best with the formula I used. Tried front pairs,and back pairs but middle worked best. Not sure with the "reverse" thingy...haven't tried it.

ranman17's avatar - Monogram3
In response to lottolaughs

"...tried to get it going with Pick 3 but it doesn't want to cooperate."

 

Pick 3

 

741 -

Pairs - 74   71   41

 

__7                __7                __4

__4                __1                __1

 

Replace the "__" with the chart number that corresponds with each pair

 

77                  47                  74

74                  41                  71

 

Now add +2 to the second digit on each of the above pairs

 

779                 479                  746

746                 416                  713

lakerben's avatar - 4eyes
In response to ranman17

Nice job ranman!

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In response to lakerben

I Agree!

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On the excel work out do you have to enter missing digits each time,or use the ones you entered.

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