# Rundowns

Lottery Systems — The Basics

Rundowns

Rundowns come in many shapes and forms.

For example, if you are used to Professor Hitts rundowns, he uses a -1, -1, -1 rundown.

-1-1-1

1  2  3

0  1  2

9  0  1

8  9  0

7  8  9

6  7  8

5  6  7

4  5  6

3  4  5

2  3  4

1  2  3

In the above example, if we assume that the original draw was “123” and do a -1, -1 -1 Rundown on it, we create the combos in the lines below it by simply subtracting the digit one from the number in the row above it. Lottery players use the resultant 10 combinations as predictors of what might soon fall in the lottery.

Other Popular rundowns are -3-3-3. But do yourself a favor and get creative. Try a -3-3-3 rundown but use only root sums (RS) .

For example: 456 in NC on December 12.

-3-3-3 RS rundown

456

123

890

567

234

901

678

345

012

789

Here’s what showed in subsequent drawings:

Mon, Dec 19, 2011 7-6-8  5-6-6

Sun, Dec 18, 2011 0-4-9 5-7-5

Sat, Dec 17, 2011 1-8-3 4-0-9

Fri, Dec 16, 2011 1-0-1 8-3-7

Thu, Dec 15, 2011 6-8-2 6-3-2

Wed, Dec 14, 2011 8-1-6 6-2-4

Tue, Dec 13, 2011 0-2-5 8-0-9

In this example not much changed except you did see two other series hit in the drawings in a 14 draw time period.

So you can see how rundowns help us identify upcoming hits.