#### The Secret of Laying the Fives and Nines

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How about the secret of laying the fives and nines?

You probably know that the key to profits is the ability to place traps on horses. But if you don’t know how to do it, or don’t have the knowledge or know-how to implement it, you can do so much more simply by laying the fives and nines. In fact, laying any number gives you the same trapping opportunities as any other laying of numbers. Amazingly, you can bet almost anything and win if a couple of things happen. Before you learn how to do this, though, you have to learn how to recognise which fives and nines to play and which to avoid. To help you do this, in this article I’ll teach you how to recognise which to play and avoid.

When you are laying any number in the normal course of events, you are definitely “stuck” if you can’t get on theorses. But if you can recognise that the number is a “trap” and it’s coming… you can get on the horse. Similarly, when you lay the fives and nines, you are “stuck” – you can’t get off the horse. But if you can recognise that the number is a “trap” and it’s coming… you can get off the horse. To do this, though, you must first identify which numbers are “trap numbers” and then NOT enter the horse unless the number comes up.

Recognising Trap Numbers

There are several ways to identify trap numbers. The first thing to do is count the number of numbers in theInside Digitaleans that the horse is drawing. Free handicapping methods generally give you about six digits to work with. For example:

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The numbers on the inside of the digits “024” are the ones you want to be playing. This means that if the horse is drawing one number, you should be playing at least two or three “024” or ” Naga303” digits in the second half of the outside numbers, i.e. the ” fullback”. The same is true of “forms” – don’t play any “form” until you’ve learnt at least four of the five digits that go with it.

The other way to identify trap numbers is to count the number of times a particular number has come up in the last couple of drawings. “Numbers favour trap” is about the only way to explain this but you can if you like. For example, if “25” has appeared five times in the last 20 drawing, it could be trap number for “25” the next time out.

Trap And Re-Trap Numbers

If you think about it, every number has the equal chance of appearing in trapping numbers. Statistically speaking, MI lottery is completely made up of equal numbers – it has no trap and can’t be re- traps. But an equal number can be a “safe haven” for other numbers, especially in a hot number’s run.

The fact that every number has the same chance of being drawn means that if you play a hot number, and that the number is drawn many times in the upcoming lottery drawing, then you are much more likely to find the number on the next ticket than you are to find it not drawn. I have no idea how you can decide what numbers to play, whether you, the ordinary player, can choose lottery numbers that are more or less likely to be drawn. I think that’s beyond the scope of the article but, in a way, you could ask yourself whether an ordinary person, well-meaning though he may be, can make up his mind to never again buy a lottery ticket in suchavigation. Can you?