Profit CDueSheet (3 & 4) Digit – (The Boxer)
Anatomy of DueSheet
(
3Digit): The DueSheet (
DS) is composed of (
112) BoxedCombinations (
BC) and (
40)
PostPositions, (
PP) represented by (
8) Columns (
C) and (
5) Rows (
R) divided into (
2)
sections (
S), (
A) and (
B), also represented is Leading Digits (
LD) system and including the system of
FrontPair (
FP) – BackPair (
BP) – SplitPair (
SP).
 (6Way): All three digits are different – Example (1 2 3)
 Section (A): (40) (BC)
 Section (B): (34) (BC)
 (3Way): Two of the (3) digits are the same – Double (DO) – Example (1 3 3)
 Section (A): (38) (BC)
 (LD): Composed of first (5) leadingdigits in each of (3) columns – Example:
C1 
C2 
C3 
8 
4 
7 
3 
8 
5 
0 
1 
0 
1 
9 
2 
7 
3 
1 
Important to remember: The
leading digits reflects the actual record of drawn digits per column
from beginning of (
3)
digit drawings to present. (AllDraws)
The (DS)
only records actual combinations drawn, listed on the sheet.
 (PairSystem): Two digits of (3) digit combinations is a (Pair)
(FP): 
1 
2 
3 
(BP): 
1 
2 
3 
(SP): 
1 
2 
3 
The selected combinations on the sheet are the same each month, only their position changes; when a combination in any (
C) is drawn, the following month the drawn combination is listed at
bottom of column and combinations previously listed below drawn combination, move up (
1) position. The listed combinations remains in the same position for the month, position changes are made on the first day of each month.
That is why the sheet is named
(
DS),
the combinations at the top is due more than combinations at the
bottom.
The selected combinations are from the AddUp (
AU)
system, in each of the (
8)
(
C),
all combinations have the same (
AU)
pertaining to the same (
C).
– Example:
(C): 
C1 
C2 
C3 
C4 
C5 
C6 
C7 
C8 
(AU): 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
(Com): 
127 
056 
345 
256 
248 
078 
457 
179 
Anatomy of DueSheet
(
4Digit):
The DueSheet (
DS)
is composed of (
353)
BoxedCombinations (
BC)
and (
81)
PostPositions, (
PP)
represented by (
9)
Columns (
C)
and (
9)
Rows (
R)
divided by (
3)
Sections (
S),
(
A)(
B)(
C)
and (
3)
parts, also represented is Leading Digits (
LD)
system, including the system of FrontPair (
FP)
– MiddlePair (
MP)
BackPair(
BP)
– SplitPair (
SP).
 (24Way): All four digits are different – Example (1 2 3 4)
 Section (A): (81) (BC)
 Section (B): (55) (BC)
 (12Way): Two of the (4) digits are the sameDouble (DO)Example (1 2 2 3)
 Section (A): (81) (BC)
 Section (B): (75) (BC)
 Section (C): (12) (BC)
 (6 & 4Way): (1) Section – (49) (BC)
 (6Way): (DODO)Example (1 1 2 2)  (21) (BC)
 (4Way): (Triple)Example (1 2 2 2)  (28) (BC)
 (LD): Composed of first (5) leadingdigits in each of (4) columns – Example:
C1 
C2 
C3 
C4 
8 
4 
7 
3 
3 
8 
5 
8 
0 
1 
0 
9 
1 
9 
2 
2 
7 
3 
1 
5 
Important to remember: The leading digits reflects the actual record of drawn digits per column from beginning of (
4) digit drawings to present.
(
AllDraws)
The (
DS) only records actual combinations drawn, listed on the sheet.
(PairSystem):
Two digits of (4)
digit combinations is a (Pair)
(FP): 
1 
2 
3 
4 
(MP): 
1 
2 
3 
4 
(BP): 
1 
2 
3 
4 
(SP): 
1 
2 
3 
4 
The selected combinations on the sheet are the same each month, only their position changes; when a combination in any (
C) is drawn, the following month the drawn combination is listed at
bottom of column and combinations previously listed below drawn combination, move up (
1) position. The listed combinations remains in the same position for the month, position changes are made on the first day of each month.
That is why the sheet is named (
DS), the combinations at the top is due more than combinations at the bottom.
The selected combinations are from the AddUp (
AU) system, in each of the (
9) (
C), all combinations have the same (
AU) pertaining to the same (
C).
– Example:
(C): 
C1 
C2 
C3 
C4 
C5 
C6 
C7 
C8 
C9 
(AU): 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
(Com): 
1247 
0456 
2356 
1457 
2358 
0289 
0578 
1578 
3568 
How to use (DS) to Advantage
Lottery games are mathematical challenges and require mathematical resolve to access advantage.
Lottery games are structured based on odds to favor operators; those odds can be altered/changed to favor players of the games and that is the way Profit C DueSheet is structured.
Serious minds that are willing to apply time and MindEnergy (
ME) can learn how to access advantage and experience a new way of life relative to economics.
The advantage of (
3 & 4) digit DueSheet is related to approach and understanding. When someone presents a gambling proposition, with rules and restrictions
the odds usually are in favor of the presenter. Understanding the proposition is a mind produced challenge, applying universal knowledge enables one to develop a mathematical advantage to the challenge.
The base of mathematics is (
10) digits, (
0123456789), two digits or more become numbers. Each digit requires space and is located in a position, the position is identified by mathematics and
therefore it is an advantage to focus attention to position mathematics as oppose to the digit or number system proposed by operators.
The (
3Digit) system is comprised of (
3) columns and (
10) digits per columns, equaling (
1,000) straight combinations, reflecting (
1,000)
selections, certifying an odds structure of (
999 to 1) favoring operator, meaning player has to select a winning combination of (
1 out of 1,000) selections.
Player’s advantage is in GroupSelection (
GS) which reduces odds in selection process. The (
DS) is a (
GS) system applied to (
PP) selections.
The (
3Digit) system on the (
DS) consists of (
8) (
C) and (
5) (
R), when selecting a (
C
& R) for (
SA), there is (
1) (
BC), Example: (
C3 & R5) reveals (
1) (
BC),
applying both (
SA & SB), there is (
2) (
BC). Selection may include (
DO) section if desired, which adds up to (
3)
(BC) using the same selection formula of (
C3 amp; R5).
Selecting by (
C) alone or (
R) alone is viable, selecting by (
C) in (
SA) reveals (
5) (
BC) or selecting (
SA
& SB) reveals (
89 or 10) (
BC) depending on (
C) selected. Adding (
DO) section for (
C) is an additional (
4
or 5) (
BC) depending on (
C) selected. Individual selections of (
SA, SB or DO) is viable.
Selecting by (
R) in (
SA) reveals (
8) (
BC) or selecting (
SA & SB) reveals either (
1214 or 16) (
BC)
depending on (
R) selected. Each (
R) does not have the same number of (
BC).
The (4Digit) system on the (DS) consists of (9) (C) and (9) (R), when selecting a
(C & R) for (
SA) in (
24Way) game, there is (
1)
(
BC), Example: (
C4 & R6) reveals (
1) (
BC), applying both (
SA & SB), there is (
2) (
BC).
Selection may include applying (
12Way) (
SA, SB or SC), if desired, which adds (
3) more (
BC) using the same selection formula of (
C4 & R6).
The (
6 & 4Way) can be included, adding (
1) more (
BC). Selecting (
1) section or including a few or all sections or groups, is viable.
Selecting by (
C) alone or (
R) alone is viable, selecting by (
C) in (
24Way) (
SA) reveals (
9) (
BC) or selecting (
SA & SB)
reveals (
1314151617 or 18) (
BC) depending on (
C) selected. Adding (
12Way) and (
6 & 4Way) include the number of (
BC)
for selected (
C). Individual selections of (
SA, SB, SC) is viable.
Selecting by (
R) in (
24Way) (
SA) reveals (
9) (
BC) or selecting (
SA & SB)
reveals either (
101416 or 18) (
BC) depending on (
R) selected. Adding (
12Way) and (
6 & 4Way)
include the number of (
BC) for selected (
R). Individual selections of (
SA, SB, C) is viable. Each (
R) does not have the same number of (
BC).
Leading Digits
Leading Digits (
LD) system works the same for the (
3 & 4) digit games, listing the first five leading digits in each column, information to be used suggestively, for combinations drawn straight.
Example: The (
34digit) game (
7 4 9) and (
3 1 5 4) combinations are drawn and listed:

C1 
C2 
C3 

C1 
C2 
C3 
C4 

7 
4 
9 

3 
1 
5 
4 

3Digit 

4Digit 

C1 
C2 
C3 

C1 
C2 
C3 
C4 
1. 
0 
8 
7 

1 
3 
8 
9 
2. 
8 
5 
3 

3 
7 
1 
4 
3. 
1 
4 
9 

8 
2 
5 
6 
4. 
3 
1 
6 

5 
4 
7 
8 
5. 
7 
2 
4 

6 
1 
3 
2 
(3 & 4) Digit – FP – BP – SP FP – MP – BP – SP
3Digit 

4Digit 

FP 
BP 
SP 

FP 
MP 
BP 
SP 
1. 
07x 
x02 
0x9 

06xx 
x09x 
xx04 
0xx7 
2. 
19x 
x14 
1x0 

18xx 
x11x 
xx19 
1xx3 
3. 
21x 
x27 
2x3 

22xx 
x29x 
xx26 
2xx5 
4. 
34x 
x38 
3x6 

31xx 
x30x 
xx33 
3xx8 
5. 
40x 
x41 
4x1 

44xx 
x42x 
xx40 
4xx3 
6. 
56x 
x50 
5x2 

53xx 
x59x 
xx51 
5xx0 
7. 
67x 
x62 
6x8 

66xx 
x61x 
xx67 
6xx1 
8. 
74x 
x79 
7x5 

71xx 
x73x 
xx79 
7xx6 
9. 
88x 
x84 
8x7 

80xx 
x88x 
xx82 
8xx5 
8. 
74x 
x79 
7x5 

71xx 
x73x 
xx79 
7xx6 
10. 
96x 
x92 
9x4 

99xx 
x99x 
xx98 
9xx4 
(
3Digit): There are (
100) pairs each, per (
FP – BP – SP)
(
4Digit): There are (
100) pairs each, per (
FP – MP – BP – SP)
The (
DS) reveals pairs listed in the number (
1) (
PP) of daily drawings charts.
The (
DS) does not list the daily drawings, (
DS) only registers drawn combinations listed on the (
DS).
(
3Digit) Example:
If combination (
3 4 8) is drawn, check (
34X) in (
FP)
If combination (
5 5 0) is drawn, check (
X50) in (
BP)
If combination (
7 1 5) is drawn, check (
7X5) in (
SP)
(
4Digit) Example:
If combination (
8 0 2 7) is drawn, check (
80XX) in (
FP)
If combination (
0 9 0 5) is drawn, check (
X90X) in (
MP)
If combination (
4 3 2 6) is drawn, check (
XX26) in (
BP)
If combination (
1 8 9 3) is drawn, check (
1XX3) in (
SP)
If combination (
3 1 4 8) is drawn, check (
31XX) & (
3XX8) in (
FP &
SP)
SUMMARY
(
The Boxer) (
DS) is structured as a position system for player’s advantage of reducing the selection process. Focusing on positions of column and row is an advantage.
(
3Digit): Has (
8) columns and (
5) rows for a total of (
40) selections, selecting a column and a row reveals (
1)
box combination. Each section of the (
6Way) (
A  B) and (
3Way) has the same form of numbers in structure, (
8) columns and (
5)
rows, revealing (
1) box combination in each section, except when there is no combination. The choice can be (
1) section, (
2) sections of (
6Way)
or/and include (
3Way).
(
4Digit): Has (
9) columns and (
9) rows for a total of (
81) selections, selecting a column and a row reveals (
1)
box combination. Each section of the (
24Way) (
A & B), the (
12Way) (
ABC) and (
64Way) has the same form of numbers in structure, except for section (
C)
in the (
12Way) system, which only has (
4) rows. When applying column and row selection, only (
1) box combination is revealed from each section of systems.
Regular (3Digit) Structure
(
3) Columns
(
10Digits) per Column (
0123456789)
(
1,000) Combinations (
6Way & 3Way)
(
720) (
6Way) Combinations – All (
3Digits) are different (
1 2 3)
(
270) (
3Way) Combinations – Two of the digits are the same (
1 2 2)
(
10Triples) – All (
3Digits) are the same (
3 3 3)
(
210) Boxed Combinations (
6Way  3Way)
(
120) (
6Way) Boxed Combinations
(
90) (
3Way) Boxed Combinations
Regular (4Digit) Structure
(
4) Columns
(
10Digits) per Column (
0123456789)
(
10,000) Combinations
 (24Way) – All (4Digits) are different (1 2 3 4)
 (12Way) – Two of the digits are the same ( 1 1 2 3)
 (64Way) – (6Way) (DODO) (2 2 3 3) – (4Way) – Triple (2 3 3 3)
(
705) Boxed Combinations (
24Way  12Way  64Way)
(
10) (Quads) – All (
4Digits) are the same (
2 2 2 2)