The Multiplication Rule for Independent Events
The Multiplication Rule for Independent Events states that if several events, A1, A2, ..., An, are independent, then P(A1 A2 ... An) = P(A1) * P(A2) * ... * P(An).
What does this mean? 50/50
Applied to coins, A1 can be the event of getting a heads on the first flip of the coin. A2 is the event of getting a heads on the second flip of the coin. An is the event of getting a heads on the nth flip of the coin. Since the probability of each event is 1/2, the probability of getting two heads in a row is 1/2 * 1/2 = 1/4. The probability of getting 5 heads in a row is 1/2 * 1/2 * 1/2 * 1/2 * 1/2 = 1/32.
There are many examples of 50/50 events in the Pick-3 game such as High/Low, Odd/Even. Any group of numbers that you can balance into equal likely events are All subject to this normula. Applied to Pick-3 it opens up many opportunities.
Keep this in mind the next time you notice 7 or 8 Even digits stacked on top of each other...... or you see 5 or 6 draws or continuous string of equally like events. (2 even and 1 odd digits) etc.
"Chances Are" You won't have to wear a silly grin after the next draw.... if you play with this normula in mind and "you might win a prise."
Use these numbers below to figure the odds on any 50/50 event in Pick-3. When ever you see a string of MO'(mostly even) numbers or ME's (mostly even) since there are 500 of these each....that's a 50/50 opportunity to use the rule.
If you use the 10 column Sums chart it is half odd and half even.......it is also half high and half low.
If you see 6 odd doubles in a row.....check the odds of it going 7 in a row. The same thing can apply to the (swing numbers) of those doubles. The doubles 3rd. number. If you see the last 7 doubles (regardless of high/low-odd/even) all hit with (high/low or odd/even) swing number digits.....well you get the idea...check the chart for the odds this will continue.
If you find that the last 6 or 7 consecutive Straights were all High ......
If you find that the last 5 or 6 (all high or all low group) were all the same or came from the same half.........
Look and find as many of these 50/50 groups as you can and track them ...... Most of the time they swing back and forth and act nice. When they don't and they start to stack up on each other .....that's our chance for a trap. At least we will be fishing in the right half of the swimming pool.