How To Predict TWO of the 3 Digits

I will now show you a simple strategy that will tell you when TWO digits will show up on the same number from the low (123), middle (456), or high (789) digits.

The numbers 163 and 412 are examples of formula AAB from the ABC system. They hit New York on October 5 and 6, 2011.

To review, in the ABC system we use the letter A to represent the three low digits: 123. The letter B is used to represent the three middle digits: 456. The letter C is used to represent the three high digits: 789.

A = 123

B = 456

C = 789

163 and 412 arranged in the ABC format become 136 and 124. They both have two A digits (136 has 1 and 3 and 124 has 1 and 2).

What is interesting here is those two A digits in the same number were foretold by two other numbers that hit just two days earlier on October 3: 848 (BCC) and 845 (BBC).

With both BCC and BBC we have a situation where there are NO A digits; no 1, 2, or 3.

Now, here is what you have to keep in mind; when digits from any set (A, B, or C) are missing two or more times back to back what you will usually see is TWO of those three digits hitting in the SAME number within a few days.

So when I saw that 848 and 845, I knew that an AAB or AAC number would be hitting soon....and it did.

You can back test this in your state to verify this for yourself; whenever a set of numbers is missing (A, B, or C) in two or more numbers back to back, TWO digits from the missing set will hit in the same number soon after.

So basically what this means is that there are 6 possible PAIRS that you should expect to hit when a set of digits is missing.

When A is missing on two or more numbers back to back, expect to see pairs 12, 13, 23, 11, 22, 33.

When B is missing expect to see 45, 46, 56, 44, 55, 66.

When C is missing expect to see 78, 79, 89, 77, 88, 99.

Another example; 499 (BCC) hit New York on September 29 (no A) and 936 (BBC) hit right after it (no A) on the 30th. Two days later on October 2 the number 913 (AAC) hit.

Another example; 151 (AAB) and 654 (BBB) hit on September 28. That BBB is a bit unusual but the bottom line here is that there are no C digits. This would mean that you should only be paying attention to numbers with a 7, 8, or 9 in them because at least one of them is about to hit.

You did not have to wait long because on the very next day (Sept 29) 876 (BCC) and 499 (BCC) hit!

Another example: 798 (CCC) and 058 (BC) hit on Sept 16. Do not let that 0 throw you; the most important thing here is that you have two numbers hitting back to back and there are no A digits. That should tell you that you will be seeing two A digits hitting in the same number soon. So the PAIR that you will be seeing soon will be 12, 13, 23, 11, 22, or 33.

The next day 226 hit; so one of the missing digits hit as a double. Two days later on Sept 19 the number 135 hit (pair 13).

Lesson: when one set of digits is missing in two or more numbers back to back, expect TWO digits from that set to hit in the same number soon after.