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A note about Pick 3 filters

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This is just an observation I made and many others know this but I'm posting this for those that don't.

In the pick 3 game:

72% of all picks are singles.
72% of all picks a mix of odd / even
72% of all picks are a mix of low (0-4) and high (5-9).

The occurrence of these three stats combined together account for about 20% of all winning numbers. When this situation happens one of of every 5 draws your odds have been lowered from 1000 to 1 down to about 200 to 1 for a straight.

If you're looking for a guaranteed straight once in a while, in my study of picks (real numbers drawn, simulated RNG numbers and semi-randomly selected numbers), the numbers seem to have a bias for playing in ascending order. The normal would be 16.67% for this stat playing singles and 33.33% playing doubles; combining both types of draws, singles and doubles, this should happen about 22% of the time, but if you do your own study on any set of picks I think you'll come up with a higher % of this occurring ( I came up with a 25-30% occurrence range). Obviously this is not going to happen all the time, but if you play them that way every time you will be assured of at least your fair amount of straights and you might get a little goose here and there.

Check it out in your own state stats. If it isn't happening, then it's time to start playing them that way.

Just my 2 cents............as always, good luck to all of you! Troll

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