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Pick 3

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With all of the software that everybody is using to predict the Pick 3,

why sooo many off the wall numbers???  Is the Lottery rigged???

It must be! Something is not right!

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1.
konaneComment by konane - March 29, 2008, 9:53 am
Under "Results" at the top of the page, go to "State Lottery Report Card" to determine which states are using ball drops to pick jackpots. Those states usually have a pool of ballsets they randomly choose daily to draw from. Some states also have Pick 4 drawings and in the case of Georgia they use the same pool of ballsets used for Pick 3, for the Pick 4 drawings also. All done to keep things as random as possible.

Anyone's predictions are their best effort to choose from trends they believe are likely but not guaranteed to hit. In the event of an intuitive number predictor they're producing their best estimation but those estimations depend on how far ahead in time someone is seeing probable events. Hope that helps. :)
2.
JAP69Comment by JAP69 - March 29, 2008, 8:17 pm
I think the off the wall numbers that come out are a combination of low percentage number sets when combined together make a fair percentage of hits.
This would be an off the wall set. In my opinion
115,117,119,135,137,139
_____335,337,339
This number set just came back to back yesterday.

March28, 2008 [ Midday ] 3 3 5   
March28, 2008[ Evening ] 1 1 7

That is just the way they fell.

off the wall




3.
dirtymonkComment by dirtymonk - November 20, 2008, 4:51 pm
If u would listen to me sometimes things would get better, no?

What is a off the wall number? Is it rigged?we would have ta

contact the e-mail for the NCEL and write your complaint in.

Do your research and find some of the facts and we will have d answer to your statement is that clear Lotto Queen!Love ya!!

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