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Whatever this and that is for the day

Tuesday, June 29, 2004

 

lol

 

                    


Thursday, June 24, 2004

 

st wheel pick fri 6/25

I'll play my picks have been playing. Picked some digits by position for tomorrow.
p-1>5
p-2>2-3
p-3>2
Two numbers 522 532 leanin multiple plays on the 523

Thursday, June 24, 2004

 

I am MaDDDDDDDDDDDDD

 While doing the worksheets last night I was taking notes on numbers trapped and ready to play. Had the 456 right on the list.
I was tired last night from working in the heat and humidity all day and went to bed shortly after. Grabbed my play slips I had been playing the last few days and played those today.
Would you know the damn 456 came out tonight. If I was fresh and awake I may have had multiple plays on that sucker. Plus a combo bet.


Saturday, June 19, 2004

 

Sat 19:19 hrs

 

I was trappin th 03 pair today and the 013 hits which I did not play.


Friday, June 18, 2004

 

Fri 00:02 hrs

 

   With all the hostilities the human race still has for the other person or group the human race has not advanced very far from the time of the cave man days. Just live in different types of caves now.
Dr zayas said it perfectly in the movie the plant of the apes. Mankind is the harbinger of death.


Thursday, June 17, 2004

 

st wheel high avg digit by pos

 

The most frequently drawn combos in the three game are the 0-1-2-3
By position they will have the highest percentage to appear in either of the three positions. figure which position the 0123 will have the most probable position they will hit in.
Now you will need to figure which of the remaining digits is most probable to hit in either of the three positions.
If I am looking for a combo series to hit higher than the 3 combo my best choice by position of the 456789 will be present.

p-1> 0123 [456789]
p-2> 0123 [456789]
p-3> 0123 [456789]

March1, 2004 [ Midday ] 8 3 4
March1, 2004 [ Evening ] 7 4 2
March2, 2004  [ Midday ] 9 1 8
March2, 2004 [ Evening ] 3 0 0
March3, 2004  [ Midday ] 5 6 8
March3, 2004 [ Evening ] 8 9 0
March4, 2004  [ Midday ] 1 8 0
March4, 2004 [ Evening ] 6 1 6
March5, 2004  [ Midday ] 9 3 6
March5, 2004 [ Evening ] 3 2 2
   rch6, 2004 [ Midday ] 4 8 3
March6, 2004 [ Evening ] 0 3 5
March7, 2004 [ Evening ] 8 9 4
March8, 2004  [ Midday ] 4 5 2
March8, 2004 [ Evening ] 1 3 9
March9, 2004  [ Midday ] 4 8 9
March9, 2004 [ Evening ] 2 3 5
March10, 2004 [ Midday ] 2 5 1
March10, 2004 [ Evening ] 8 2 3
March11, 2004  [ Midday ] 2 1 0
March11, 2004 [ Evening ] 3 7 1
  arch12, 2004 [ Midday ] 7 0 6
March12, 2004 [ Evening ] 4 9 0
March13, 2004  [ Midday ] 9 6 8
March13, 2004 [ Evening ] 1 2 1
March14, 2004 [ Evening ] 3 2 3
March15, 2004  [ Midday ] 6 0 5
March15, 2004 [ Evening ] 0 8 6
March16, 2004  [ Midday ] 8 4 6
March16, 2004 [ Evening ] 0 2 3
March17, 2004  [ Midday ] 1 0 1
March17, 2004 [ Evening ] 9 2 1
March18, 2004  [ Midday ] 8 2 5
March18, 2004 [ Evening ] 5 7 1
March19, 2004  [ Midday ] 3 5 2
March19, 2004 [ Evening ] 6 9 5
March20, 2004  [ Midday ] 0 8 5
March20, 2004 [ Evening ] 4 3 5

March21, 2004 [ Evening ] 9 2 1

March22, 2004  [ Midday ] 0 3 8

March22, 2004 [ Evening ] 4 8 9

March23, 2004  [ Midday ] 3 3 2

March23, 2004 [ Evening ] 7 0 7

March24, 2004  [ Midday ] 2 0 8

March24, 2004 [ Evening ] 6 1 5

March25, 2004  [ Midday ] 1 7 1
 
March25, 2004 [ Evening ] 3 2 9

March26, 2004  [ Midday ] 3 9 2
 
March26, 2004 [ Evening ] 8 3 4
 
March27, 2004  [ Midday ] 8 0 2

March27, 2004 [ Evening ] 7 6 9
 
March28, 2004 [ Evening ] 6 2 4
 
March29, 2004  [ Midday ] 3 5 2
 
March29, 2004 [ Evening ] 1 8 7
 
March30, 2004  [ Midday ] 0 0 9
 
March30, 2004 [ Evening ] 4 1 9
 
March31, 2004  [ Midday ] 7 0 0
 
March31, 2004 [ Evening ] 1 8 0
 


Thursday, June 17, 2004

 

Thurs 00:18 hrs

 

                                               

thur  539-782-482-682


Tuesday, June 15, 2004

 

working the straight wheel

separated the mid and eve draws. quite a difference in the looks of things. One thought I have is no mid on sun which may throw them out of sync. Done a mid and eve last night and had the 0 in the first spot on both draws. you guessed it the 091 was on the eve wheel I played the 0 in the first spot on the mid wheel Had the 019 combo on my worksheet and overlooked it on the eve wheel.
favoring the 7 in the first spot for mid, If it hits mid will favor the 7 in the third spot eve. may play the 7 from both wheels LOL

Wed straight wheels

mid
p-1> 7-4-5
p-2> 0-8-2-3
p-3> 0-2-9

eve wheel
p-1> 4-6
p-2> 8-4-2
p-3> 2-7


Thursday, June 10, 2004

 

6/11 wheel [ above mid, below mid]

missed today by the digit 7 in first position and wrong filters.

pulled my digits by position using the above mid and below mid option. Chose my favored digits for each position.
low sum looks favored but ran other options. ran root 4 & 7, sums 7,8 &18.

p-1> 246
p-2> 34589
p-3> 1279

root  4 & 7
232-241-247-259-292-439-457-481-499-637-652-682-691-697

sum 7,8 & 18
232-241-242-251-431
297-459-639-657

Do not like to try and outhink the lottery but a  sum below 10 looks in the works.


Wednesday, June 9, 2004

 

trying new 3 wheel strategy for 6/10

 

choosing the digits by position using the even odd separation of the digits by position. Choose 2 even 2 odd that look most favorable by position for next draw.
From there I use the root filter and have chosen the roots 6 & 8 to shorten the list from 64 possibles.
p-1> 2369
p-2> 2378
p-3> 1249

filter root 6 & 8
224-231-321-332-339-384-629-672-674-681-924-971-989

ran a wheel last night for today and used sum filter 12 & 19 and had the 813 in there straight and did not even play the damn thing and only had 14 plays at that. 


Friday, June 4, 2004

 

321 & the 6/3 wheel

 

with the mention that the digit 3 deserved to be in positin 1 gave me these choices for the straight. that cut the 6 possibles down to 2 possibles.

123-321

pos-1> 014678
pos-2> 024589
pos-3> 1234569


Thursday, June 3, 2004

 

new wheel 6/3

I put this one together last night.
I looked at the last 35 draws digit count. Some of you may have followed this one before on the worksheet. Remember 2 hot 1 cold, 1 hot 2 cold. etc. 2 hot 1 cold has been running good the last few weeks. I wanted to compare the digit draw count to where the digits are most active by position and where the cold digits were in the positions.
draw count
4-21 times
9-14
2-13
0-12
7-11
________
8-11
6-10
5-9
3-7
1-6

I did not want to create all 1000 possible combinations so I took the top 4 or 5 hitters drawn by position in the last 30 draws and added the cold digit I felt favorable on being at a hit skip to make the balance of digits by position. The digit 3 should be in the first position as that has about reached its max out but I did not put it in.
 this wheel will create.
173 no match exact
_79 doubles exact
252 exact plays total

pos-1> 014678
pos-2> 024589
pos-3> 1234569

Tonights draw was the 622 hot digit 2 twice cold digit 6= 2 hot 1 cold.
Have been watching the root and sums more closely to narrow the plays down.
May take the 252 combinations when I have time and match with the worksheet on the combos due.

2 combos series 248 last drawn
            double combo 622 fell that was a 2 combo number
       1 even 2 odd combo [overdue] 8 skips most out 10 skips
                   
           
_____pairs_________
overdue  25-29 
____due  26-27

 

 


Thursday, June 3, 2004

 

880 drops by today

 

Thanks nbey, winner 2 be.
I did not take notes on how I ciphered this one out. Ran a new set last night and kept notes on it. The 880 was not in the new set.

p-1>4-0-2-8-3
p-2>-3-0-8-2-5-7
p-3>9-4-0-2-3


Tuesday, June 1, 2004

 

009 pops in

 

another one pops in straight. looks like I may have chosen by position digits that are in sync for awhile. Need to see how long it holds together.

p-1>4-0-2-8-3
p-2>-3-0-8-2-5-7
p-3>9-4-0-2-3


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