For the record:
This original post by Win d "The Old Man's Zero Trick" ........was first posted on LP in the early days of LP approx 2002
in the form of a short story about an old man in Georgia winning big in the pick 3 game. It was to convey a simple mathematical truth.
. It was also a very early blog entry ....before blog post were permanent...and was deleted. The original idea was also posted on the old
Maybell's Forum and even further back even unto the 80's. It has been RE-posted many times and sometimes incorrectly leaving
things out........including the original author.
Win d's "The Old Man's Zeros Trick"
The old man's zero trick is a great way to learn about Pick-3 patterns and digit frequency.
It's also a very good thing to help you remember each time you see a ZERO.
This trick works in about 90% of the cases and good in all states.
O.K. this trick you really will have to play at Home in your on state on your own State's P-3 data base.
1. Run your finger down the hits on your data base and each time you see a Zero ......stop.
2. Now, look around that Zero for either a digit # 3 ...or...digit #6.
*They are always there about 90 % of the time ...one or the other.
A. 123 B. 467 C. 105 *
204 669 381
297 301 445
3. Sometimes the Zero will hit with both the digit 3 and 6 ...but most times it is one or the other.
Remember 90% of the time when you see a Zero there is always a 3 or 6 near by.
Those times a 3 or 6 has not hit with the Zero it means anotherZero is about to hit.
Check your own State's data base out and find the Zero's. Look at the day before ......if no 3 or 6 then look
at the day the Zero hit for the 3 or 6 .....if there wasn't Well,.....you better get ready for a 3 or 6 to Hit The Next Day !
Remember .....3's or 6's love to touch or hit the
1.day before Zero hits.
2...the day of the zero hit
3..or this is the best part... (the *next day after the Zero hits)!
(otherwise look for another zero to hit) and then the 3 or 6
The only real failure .....is the failure to try.
Luck is a very rare thing....... Odds not so much.
Odds never change .....but probability does.
The Original // Win d's Old Man's Zero Trick"
Published: December 1, 2013, 10:25 pm
Last Edited: December 1, 2013, 10:38 pm