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Once again I was away for a time and came back.

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I was off the Internet for over 5 months, I just came back today, but on dial-up only, sometime I will have to download some pick 3 numbers and study them, I might in the near future try to make some predictions, it all depends on what I see on the numbers after I study them and on some initial trial predictions, if I make any off-line trial predictions, as can be seen on old posts only some predictions come out, so don't expect too much, it has been said by many that lottery numbers and games are random and so are impossible to predict right, that is open to debate, I could not predict right on the pick 3 game if I predicted only one number or very few of them, but when predicting 40 to 20 boxed numbers sometimes I have done O.K.

Beating the Random of a particular game and making a profit according to the payout given for that game might not be the same, you can beat the random chances and still not make a profit.

Some people said or say to be able to do both, I myself don't claim to be able to make a profit, after all I have only played on paper and not for money.

Will I do worse, about the same or a little better?

Good luck to all!

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Entry #190

Comments

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hennyboganComment by hennybogan - October 16, 2008, 11:20 pm
Glad to have you back LANTERN. As one of your former "FILTERS" students, you did very well
teaching me my friend. Now I use all of the fancy software systems to filter down our filters.
God Bless You and thanks again for all of your help.
2.
LANTERNComment by LANTERN - October 17, 2008, 3:38 am
I am glad to read that!
Does that mean that now you better understand the use of the filters?
Are you now getting some winning numbers?
Making better pick 3 predictions is mostly a matter of technique using the stats of filters patterns and interpreting them right (And their right interpretation) according to particular prediction technique.
And NOT so much a matter of having good luck.
I do give a lot of info on some of my past posts here at L.P.
Do send some P.M.s sometime and we will again talk.
Random is of course Random, one can only hope to increase to some extent the so called random chances of winning.
One does not predict, one only tries to increase his or hers chances of winning by making more or less educated guesses according to ones own understanding of random probability as it works on the pick 3 game.
Possible questions?
What is Random?, What is random probability, How does it work on pick 3 lottery games? How does one interpret random (chances)?
How can Random be predicted if Random is unpredictable?
How can unrelated events (as each draw is) can be related to each other. Draws are sure Random and unrelated, each number by position is unrelated to any other number by position and all draws should be unrelated to each other, Then How? Statistics is the "Magic" that connects and relates them (numbers and or events (Patterns)) all to each other.
Statistical Probability is "Magical", according to the right interpretation of past numbers and their patterns including filters patterns according to particular prediction technique(s).
Good Luck!
Fernando.
3.
Comment by jim695 - October 17, 2008, 3:59 pm
Welcome back, LANTERN. I've missed your commentaries on the forum.

    Jim
4.
LANTERNComment by LANTERN - October 17, 2008, 9:45 pm
Thank you Jim, I have also missed you and everybody else here.
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LANTERNComment by LANTERN - October 17, 2008, 9:57 pm
Jim
I have not looked at any pick 3 draws for more than 5 months, I will in a few days as I have time for, copy some of them and make a post about one or more things that I might see on them, maybe I will take a look at some draws from Indiana, it perhaps won't be a prediction as maybe I can't yet again make any of those.
Good Luck!
Fernando.

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