Before i beging showing you the sum totals subtle patterns for pick3 i am going to show you what is a "sum total difference"...I define it as the difference of plus (+) or minus (-) between one sum total draw and the next...Or between one sum total and the previous sum total...Here is an example of sum total listed and next to them is their difference with their signs or how i call it : "Sum Total Difference"...It is taken from Georgia Pick3 (midday and evening) from 2006..

1. 15= +2 12. 18= -1

2. 17= -4 13. 17= +3

3. 13= 0 14. 20= -2

4. 13= -4 15. 18= +3

5. 9= +5 16. 21= -4

6. 14= -7 17. 17= -3

7. 7 = +13 18. 14= -6

8. 20 = -2 19. 8 = +5

9. 18 = +2 20. 13= +2

10. 20 = -6 21. 15= -3

11. 14 = +4 22. 12= +11

If you notice on the first number listed the difference between the sum total 15 and the next sum total 17 is a +2..The second number listed the difference between the sum total 17 and the next sum total 13 is a -4...The same thing with the third sum total which is 13 and the difference between that and the fourth sum total listed which happens to be 13 also, the difference between them is "0"...Now that i've explain what the sum total DIFFERENCE is i shall now explain the Sum total subtle patterns of PIck3...This is for Pick3 only...This subtle patterns occur on all pick3....I found this 3 subtle Patterns so far...Maybe more will come...

**Subtle Pattern #5**: You will not see a +13 sum total difference...You will also not see a -13 sum total difference...You will also not see a number above +13 (for example +14 or +15) or below -13 ( for example -14 or -15)....

**Subtle Pattern #6**: If you see a sum total difference of (+) a number, the sum total difference that follows will not be a (-) that same number and viceversa..For example if -13 appears, then the following draw will not have a difference of +13...Is very rare to see a sum total difference of -13 play and in the following drawing have a sum total difference of +13...How is this important? Because if draw number 4th plays sum total of 15 and draw/drawing number 5th plays sum total of 20 which has a sum total difference of +5 (15 + 5 = 20), then you KNOW for a fact that draw number 6th, the sum total of 15 will not play...

Subtle Pattern #7: When looking at the sum total difference you will also notice that if you see two + + (plus) signs one after the next you will not see a third + sign in the sum total difference..Same thing with the minus sign...If you see two (-) (-) signs one after the next then the third sum total difference you will not see another (-) minus sign...It is very rare to see three minus signs together one after the next and after the next...And if you see three minus signs (-) (-) (-) one after the next and after the next, you DEFINATELY will not see the forth consecutive sum total difference number be (-) negative sign. But instead it will be positive (plus + ) sign...Same scenario with positive (plus) sign..If you see three + + + positive sum total difference one after the next, and after the next, then the fourth sign (or should i call it fourth sum total difference number) WILL NOT positive but instead it will be negative sign (-)...

Why is this important? Here is the example...Because if draw number 2nd plays the sum total of 10, and draw number 3rd plays sum total of 14 and draw number 4th plays sum total of 16, the draw number 5th will play a sum total that is BELOW 16...Same scenario with the minus sign...If drawing number 2nd plays the sum total of 20 and draw number 3rd plays the sum total of 18, and draw number 4th plays sum total of 15...Then you know that draw number 5th will play a sum total that is above sum total of 15...

Also why is it important? Here is the example....Because if you have draw number 2nd plays the sum total of 10, and draw number 3rd plays the sum total of 14, and draw number 4th plays the sum total of 16, and draw number 5th plays the sum total of 18 the DEFINATELY drawing number 6th WILL play a sum total that is below 18...Same case with the negative (minus - ) sign...If draw number 2nd plays the sum total of 21, and draw number 3rd plays the sum total of 17, and draw number 4th plays the sum total of 15, and draw number 5th plays the sum total of 13, you know now that DEFINATELY, draw number 6th will play a sum total that is above 13...This can help you further refine your predictions/aim...

**Better Yet**: What's better yet is is that you can track a cycle of Pick3's sum total differences and create your own tracking calendar of sum total differences...This way if on March 3rd you have +5, you know that on April 3rd you are not going to have +5 again...On April 3rd you could have a -5 but not a +5...And it doesn't have to be 30 days of the month you can compared it with, you can also compared it with days of the week...I hope you can see where i am going with this...You can take it a step further and say that if you have +5 on March 3rd, then on April 3rd you will not have +5 or neither -5...But if you are going to do that then you must try it on a 30 day period of comparison and not on every week for if you do that every week it will not work...What will happen if you do that (compare it and record it with every day of the week instead of of the month) what will happen is that your aim will suffer badly....

What i am saying is that you can have your calendar of Pick3 differences between sum totals and be better tracking the cycles of differences between sum totals...You use this along with the Sum Total Subtle Patterns described on my next to previous blog (titled "Sum Totals Subtle Pattern for Pick3: Part 1) and along with the tactics i mentioned on my blog previous to the "Sum Total Subtle Pattern for Pick3: Par1" titled "Tricks/Method to Better Predict the Numbers" and you should all set...It wouldn't surprise me if you did crack Pick3 with them...

**Note#1**: I know that i said that you will not see three minus signs (-) (-) (-) one after the next after the next and in the example above that i showed you there is 3 minus signs on sum total number 16, 17 and 18...But believe me that's just a small sample and it is VERY RARE to see three negative (minus) signs together or three positive signs together...

**Note #2**: I am happy because you could teach the tactics mentioned on "Tricks/Methods to Better Predict the Numbers" along with the blog "Sum Totals Subtle Patterns for PIck3: Part 1" and "Sum Totals Subtle Patterns for PIck3: Part 2", you could teach all this to a supercomputer and it will be able to better track the numbers for pick3 and the cycles and other cycles and the smaller cycles within the bigger cycles and possibly crack pick3...All of this can and should work on Pick4 but i have yet to see for i don't have a Pick4 draws copies to check it out but i'll try to analyze it (that is Pick4)....

LANTERN- November 24, 2007, 12:14 amI feel as if I am seeing a part (A small part) of my own pick 3 filters notes and posts.

Either you are rediscovering what I did or a portion of what I did, or you took the time to study some or all of my posts.

Either way, well done, good luck and keep on doing it.

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What I would like to see, is other people helping to make more pick 3 programs such as I did and or to improve those that are already out there.

Of course, you would need to get the help of one or more programmers.

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It is nice to see you making these posts.