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Over 60% of the time, ONE is going to be at least one of the winning delta numbers. So, if you feel good about it, make t he number ONE your first choice. If you don't pick ONE, choose another very low number like two or three. EXAMPLE SEQUENCE: 1 STEP 2 Pick two more numbers between 1 and 8 EXAMPLE SEQUENCE: 1-4-7 STEP 3 For the fourth number, pick something pretty close to 8 ,either above or below i t. EXAMPLE SEQUENCE: 1-4-7-9 STEP 4 The last two numbers should probably be higher than 8 but not higher than 15. Le ss than half the time, a winning number may have a delta higher than 15. Go ahea d and make one of these numbers higher than 15 (but less than 25) if it feels ri ght... but my advice is to mostly stick to numbers 15 and below, where the odds of picking the right numbers are more favorable. EXAMPLE SEQUENCE: 1-4-7-9-10-13 Consider all these rules to be general guidelines. You can certainly bend them. Picking lotto numbers is not an exact science! STEP 5 What's the highest number allowed in your lotto game? Add up all the delta numbe rs you picked and make sure its not higher than this number. If this sum is with in about FIFTEEN of the highest number, it has the best chance of being a winner . Go ahead and change some of the numbers if you need to to make the sum come ou t right. Remember, its OK to have numbers repeat in your sequence. EXAMPLE SEQUENCE: 1 + 4 + 7 + 9 + 10 + 13 = 44 (It's Perfect) STEP 6 Since the deltas are not usually in ascending order, randomly mix up the digits you picked. EXAMPLE SEQUENCE: 7-1-10-4-13-9 STEP 7 Perform the addition sequence to discover the actual lotto number you'll be play ing: * The first lotto number is the same as the first number in your delta seque nce. * Add the first two deltas to get your second lotto number.

* Third lotto number: Add the second lotto number above to your third delta number. * Fourth lotto number: Add the third lotto number to the fourth delta number . turn the winning number into a delta. * Third delta: Subtract the second lotto number from the third lotto number. * Sixth delta: Subtract the fifth lotto number from the sixth one. * Sixth lotto number: Add the fifth lotto number to the sixth delta number. This is the second de lta. * Fifth delta: Subtract the fourth lotto number from the fifth lotto number. * Fifth lotto number: Add the fourth lotto number to the fifth delta number. EXAMPLE BECOMES THIS LOTTO NUMBER: 7-8-18-22-35-44 Play your number ! Make sure to save both the delta and actual lotto number for the next step. . This is your first delta. STEP 8 How did you do? If you didn't win. * Fourth delta: Subtract the third lotto number from the fourth lotto number . and com pare it to your delta to see how close you really were: * Copy the first lotto number down. * Subtract the first lotto number from the second one.

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