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# Indiana draws post #4.

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Indiana Draws Singles only.

2-1-6   126 X       2-8-5    258 X
9-3-2   239 X
5-7-9   579 H  O  1-4-8    148 X
8-4-1   148 X       1-5-0    015 X
5-9-1   159   O
5-0-8   058 X
5-1-3    135   O
0-3-7    037 X       5-3-7   357   O
0-8-2    028   E
6-5-7    567 H      6-2-3    236 X
0-4-9    049 X      3-6-4    346 X
1-4-9    149 X      2-5-1    125 X
1-5-4    145 X      2-1-7    127 X
7-8-6    678 H      6-8-7    678 H
6-0-4    046   E    5-8-7    578 H
6-5-2    256 X      8-9-3    389 X
4-6-8    468   E    3-0-9    039 X
4-6-7    467 X      6-2-3    236 X
6-9-8    689 H
2-8-0    028   E    0-9-3    039 X
8-5-1    158 X      6-3-4    346 X
1-0-6    016 X      4-3-1    134 L
6-5-3    356 X      3-1-5    135   O
1-5-0    015 X      2-4-2    224 L E
1-2-5    125 X      6-5-8    568 H

I think that there might be about 44 Singles there, out of the 58 original combined pick 3 numbers, so there most have been, 13 Doubles and 1 Triple.

So to win more often the Targets would have to be the Singles and the X pattern numbers.

Out of the 44 Singles there might be about:

27 X pattern Numbers, That is maybe 27 possible targets out of 58 original draws (Numbers), less than half of the total numbers-draws, maybe no profit then unless the played numbers are few and the wins are many, 27 possible targets out of 58 is better than one would hope to expect, taking the nature of random into account.

There appears to have been 5 H and 5 E patterns also, out of the 44 singles.

Now we can go back to the question, How many X pattern pick 3 numbers are there on the 120 boxed singles? and How many H pattern and How many E pattern numbers are there?

Perhaps way too many?, Then reductions are needed.

The first post showed that it might also be possible to just Target the Doubles, but I might not talk much about the Doubles.

That is all for now, more on the Indiana draws later.

I am going about this slow and easy, so far not too much to go by,  but a good beginning.

Is it not easier to learn in this slow way? and better for me too as I don't have all the time that I need to go any faster and neither the energy needed and my sight isn't so good either.

I hope that you understand that these things are more or less kind of universal and that they might apply to all, most or to many pick 3 games here on the good old U.S.A and also elsewhere.

May the "Great Spirit" out of which everything comes, be with us all!

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