So what would the "Holy Grail" of Pick 3 playing be?
012 123 234 345 456 567 678 789 890 = nine sets, or just about 8% of the singles pool. Seems kinda right to me, then.
(Btw: I personally separate the singles plays from the doubles entirely, and work my own stats on that basis - when figuring singles, I don't include doubles in steps, and vice-versa. I actually think the game kind of works off that system anyway; and, you'll find, numbers too come closer to purely random universe figures than otherwise.)
Today, 12:27 am - - Lottery Systems forum
NC 2160 E = 12XX 20XX
GA 1329 E= 12XX 23XX $
*** On Track !!!! Pool stick lined up!!!!! ;)
Yesterday, 11:57 pm - - Pick 4 forum
Creatively Spanking 2Step (Unproven Method)
This logic used here is impressive RL !
From looking at the results you have 1 match 5 and plenty of lower prizes -is that correct ?Without calculating to the exact amount won,this method gives results that are certainly high above the norm.
It is also a good method to b played by a group(lottery pool).
Thank you for your intervention and advice on this topic.
Sep 29, 2014, 10:48 pm - - Lottery Systems forum
Am I psychic...or not? Help me!
I saw a 56 for you. Strange because I saw 7 when black was mentioned before. But for you it was 5. And 6 for the pool.
Let's see what happens. I could be full of hooey,lol.
Sep 27, 2014, 12:01 pm - - Mystical forum
Am I psychic...or not? Help me!
i see a black pickup a pine tree and a swimming pool
Sep 27, 2014, 9:59 am - - Mystical forum
Nonlinear regression to predict lotteries
Hi Dr San,
Well, let's see the next drawing. I think it's interesting for end digits and for the visual side.
Now it's sure that you must play more numbers. I play a pool of 15 numbers but do not use this system.
Sep 27, 2014, 3:34 am - - Mathematics forum
System that can count 4 digit numbers
Is there any system out there that can count or determine how many times a set of Pick 4 numbers appear in a pool of pick 4 numbers
Sep 26, 2014, 1:15 am - - Lottery Discussion forum
California again? (Powerball)
I'm not sure how much 'bounce' they have, but they do have easily the largest population of any U.S. state. Officially they have around 38 million residents, but that doesn't include the millions of illegal aliens that don't show up on population counts/estimates. Nobody knows exactly how many people in CA play the lottery, but it's safe to say they have the largest pool of players in the country by a healthy margin, so it's not terribly surprising they have a significant number of jackpot winne ...
Sep 25, 2014, 1:29 pm - - Lottery Discussion forum
Do you read American English? $1500 means 1500 dollars not 1500 tickets.
There were 10 of us in the pool and we each contributed $2/wk. The drawing was twice a week so we played 10 QP each drawing.
Sep 21, 2014, 5:18 pm - - Lottery Discussion forum
Before I retired I was in a work pool that played the local 6/49 game and we matched 5of6 for $1500 several times. To cash the tickets and avoid any member having to pay extra taxes we allowed a full time college student not working to cash it. He/she was allowed to keep 10% of the prize for taxes and given an equal share of the remaining $1350. As a full time student supported by his/her parents of which one was a member of our pool, their taxes amounted to nothing. We just had to draw straws t ...
Sep 21, 2014, 12:50 pm - - Lottery Discussion forum