I have been observing some things about the pick three for the past couple of years. Every year the "extremes" become more and more visible. Extremes such as sequence numbers, doubles and triples become less and less. Is this a TRUE mathematical phenomenon or just a little glitch in a non ending cycle that will "correct" itself. I noticed this pattern about 2 years ago in amazingly TN. The sequence numbers started staying out 50 or more draws and the highest was 68 draws out. I am not a mathematician so I can't say that this was "abnormal". This "weird" pattern has also seemingly affected Ky this year. Ky has not had a triple at night since June of 2010. That is 110 draws SHORT of 2 years. If the "correction" is to occur, it would seem that Ky eve would get at least 2 or more triples at night for a period of a year or two years. Ky also has other extremes that are now showing them selves. Maybe from last year whatever was "absent" is falling this year. I did notice last year that vtrac 135 did not fall very much at all. In the first wo months of this year, it has fallen 6 times. Is it "correcting" itself? I can't say yet. If the cycles are running this way then almost all mathematical data that we have used to base our selections on is obsolete. What are your thoughts? What patterns do you see emerging? Is anything different to you?
P3-Is it Really Random?
Published: February 15, 2012, 1:38 pm