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Easy Pick 3 System

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Posted: August 27, 2011, 6:30 am - IP Logged


If you are looking for a low cost, easy pick 3 system try this.

Check your lotteries past results and make a list of the number frequency
for the last 10 draws.

Pick the 7 numbers with the highest hit frequency and wheel them.

This will give you 35 boxed number combinations.

If the draw contains a pair, triple, or one of the three numbers not in your 7 you lose.

I started with 25 cent wagers at an online casino/sportbook.

It costs $8.75 and pays $37.50.

I'm now wagering $1 and earning $150 per win and I'm wagering with thier money.

Check your lotteries past results and test this system. Look for patterns,
for example, my States lottery hasn't drawn a triple in the past year and
doubles only occur from 3 to 6 times per month and two doubles in a row are rare.

Pick 3 stats are that roughly 70% of the time all three numbers are different, 29% there
will be a pair, and 1% a triple. If you check your States past results and doubles and triples
run higher than 30% find a better State to play.

An online casino with lottery is great because you can increase your bets in increments from 25 cents.
The higher the bet amount the more you win and at $8.75 you have 4 plays to at
least break even. And if you do not like the pattern in your States game you
can play in another State.

You won't get rich with Pick 3 overnight but with 10 plays a week and this system you
can work your way up to larger wagers and larger payouts.

Good Luck,

Lee

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    Posted: August 27, 2011, 11:49 am - IP Logged

    So you are playing only 6 way numbers, no doubles?  And what about cold numbers? 

     

    Thanks for your idea, I am going to test it and see what results happen from it...however to add doubles would be a bigger profit, however now you are talking 70 numbers....

     

    Good Luck
    TJ

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      Hey TJ,

      I tend to stay away from cold numbers. I think the trick is to try to identify a pattern
      and win more than you lose.

      A game you can win will have a natural rhythm with digits raising, cresting and falling
      away only to begin the process again. The hot numbers will tend to remain hot, the average
      will remain average and the cold will remain cold for a time and then reorder themselves.
      If this appears disjointed in your game, your lottery may be attempting to disrupt the flow
      by aggressively switching ballsets and machines or uses a computer draw.

      Here's another System to try...

      There are one thousand numbers consisting of three individual digits from 0-0-0 through
      9-9-9 from digits 0123456789.  Breaking down the One Thousand Pick-3 numbers we find . . .


      Unmatched: 720 Straight numbers = 72% percent = 120 Boxed.

      Doubles: 270 Straight numbers = 27% percent = 90 Boxed.

      Triples: 10 Straight numbers = 1% percent = no Boxed.


      We can further breakdown 0123456789 into "Odd" and "Even" configurations.

      Odd = 1 3 5 7 9
      Even = 0 2 4 6 8

      All the numbers fall into four groups based on Odd/Even.

      All Odd 0-2-4 = O-O-O = 125 numbers = 12.5% = 35 Box = A group
      All Even 1-3-5 = E-E-E = 125 numbers = 12.5% = 35 Box = B group
      More Odd 1-3-4 = O-O-E = 375 numbers = 37.5% = 75 Box = C group
      More Even 0-2-3 = E-E-O = 375 numbers = 37.5% = 75 Box = D group

      A group - 35 pure Odd Box numbers.

      There are 5 Triples.
      111, 333, 555, 777, 999

      There are 10 Unmatched Odd Box numbers.
      135, 137, 139, 157, 159, 179
      357, 359, 379, 579

      There are 20 Double Odd Box numbers.
      113, 115, 117, 119
      133, 155, 177, 199
      335, 337, 339
      355, 377, 399
      557, 559
      577, 599
      779, 799

      B group - 35 pure Even Box numbers.

      There are 5 Triples.
      000, 222, 444, 666, 888

      There are 10 Unmatched Even Box numbers.
      024, 026, 028, 046, 048, 068
      246, 248, 268, 468

      There are 20 Double Even Box numbers.

      002, 004, 006, 008
      022, 044, 066, 088
      224, 226, 228
      244, 266, 288
      446, 448
      466, 488
      668, 688

      C group - 75 leaning toward Odd numbers. (2 odd/1 even)

      Unmatched 50

      013, 123, 134, 136, 138
      015, 125, 145, 156, 158
      017, 127, 147, 167, 178
      019, 129, 149, 169, 189
      035, 235, 345, 356, 358
      037, 237, 347, 367, 378
      039, 239, 349, 369, 389
      057, 257, 457, 567, 578
      059, 259, 459, 569, 589
      079, 279, 479, 679, 789

      Doubles 25
      011, 112, 114, 116, 118
      033, 233, 334, 336, 338
      055, 255, 455, 556, 558B
      077, 277, 477, 677, 778
      099, 299, 499, 699, 899

      D group - 75 leaning toward Even numbers. (2 even/1 odd)

      Unmatched 50
      012, 023, 025, 027, 029
      014, 034, 045, 047, 049
      016, 036, 056, 067, 069
      018, 038, 058, 078, 089
      124, 234, 245, 247, 249
      126, 236, 256, 267, 279
      128, 238, 258, 278, 289
      146, 346, 456, 467, 489
      148, 348, 458, 478, 489
      168, 368, 568, 678, 689

      Doubles 25

      001, 122, 144, 166, 188
      003, 223, 344, 366, 388
      005, 225, 445, 566, 588
      007, 227, 447, 667, 788
      009, 229, 449, 788, 889

      The system I outlined in my first post is very basic. The following system requires you
      to correctly make one of four choices based on previous draw history and using the A-D
      groups above.

      Choice 1

      The first is whether to play today at all.  I know it sounds weird to make not playing a
      part of any winning system, but it is the only way to deal with days when there is no clear
      path.

      It is always better not to play then to lose, as the difference doesn't have to be made up
      out of future wins.

      It's hard to recover when losing negates the value of future wins, so don't play when the
      signs don't point to a group: A, B, C, D, or unmatched or doubles.

      Choice 2

      The second decision is whether unmatched or doubles will be drawn.  As you can see, we can
      quickly eliminate a lot of numbers when we decide to play only unmatched or only doubles.

      Choice 3

      The third choice is a decision to ignore the second choice if the second choice isn't clear.
      The 3rd choice requires one of the four groups be chosen for play, the: A, B, C, or D group.

      Choice 4

      The forth choice can be skipped if groups A or B were chosen, but should be applied if either
      C or D is expected to contain the winning number and the second decision was skipped.

      The forth choice is to eliminate one or two digits out of the ten.  This means you don't play
      any number containing those digit(s), thus 15 - 30 numbers are eliminated out of the 75.

      Choice Summary

      The usual charting methods should be applied tracking the four groups' skips and hits in the
      hopes of determining which is due in the next draw.  We don't have to pick between unmatched
      and doubles, but the profits improve when we do so correctly.

      The digits should be tracked so the dead numbers can be eliminated when necessary.

      Tracking should demonstrate you shouldn't play the same group back to back. I know they will
      occasionally come in that way, but we want to play what happens most often, not rarely.


      Doubles tend to come in clusters, watch for a series of 3-5 Unmatched draws to end with several
      Doubles.

      All Odd or all Even are due an average of 1 in 8 to 10 draws.  Two digits repeating are due an
      average of 1 in 8 to 10 draws.A Double repeating its two digits averages 1 in 20-25 draws.


      Triples are expected once every 99 draws, see if they either hit more often in your game or return
      with a second hit within a third of the time they were out since their last draw. Sort of a leap
      frog effect to watch for.

      If you're positive about doubles being due, play all three of their variations Straight.