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A little about me here at L.P. years ago.


Many years ago I wanted to learn how to predict lottery winning numbers and saw that it was a lot of trouble for me to keep long lists of past winning numbers, also that I had to try to do it with the pick 3 game as it had fewer possible combinations than those of other lottery games.

Also, that I should try boxed and singles as there were fewer combinations.

But even like that, I saw that if I wanted a chance to predict right more often that the prediction numbers had to be very many and not just a few, but as the payouts are not very high for boxed singles that I should not try to buy the predicted numbers and that I should do it just for the fun of it.

I needed to make some sort of prediction method that had some kind of logic to it, some kind of statistical logic, I needed some kind of more or less logic rules to go by.

I saw some posts here at the lottery post about filter patterns or about something like that and also about one or more lottery softwares.

Using search engines I went looking for lottery softwares and found a few, I downloaded, looked at them and gave them a try.

They used filters and their patterns, I started to learn about filtration as a prediction technique.

I also found the Sums and Roots chart for the boxed pick 3 game at Bob's P internet site.

I began to study the past winning numbers of the Texas pick 3 game, I had to learn by myself how to use the numbers and patterns that I saw there in order to make predictions by filtration.

Sometime maybe very much later I came to call it the "Negative Prediction Technique".

First I would study about 40 to 20 past draws more or less so I could kind of learn the general way in which the numbers and their patterns moved about, this had to be done only once in a while for each of the pick3 games that I wanted to make predictions for.

There-after I only needed to look a the last 4 to 10 past draws and sometimes just at the last 1 to 4 past draws, in order to make predictions for the very next winning draw.

But for boxed singles more often than not the predicted numbers were from about 20 up to about 45 and maybe most of the time were about 45 of them, I don't remember that well about that.

And even with from 20 to 45 predicted numbers the predictions were not very accurate, but I was trying to do that which they said that was not possible, to predict that which is not predictable.

I also started to make many posts about pick 3 filters and their patterns.

I put and end to all of that little by little.

Entry #47


jackpotismineComment by jackpotismine - April 6, 2014, 1:48 am
What's your point?
Comment by GASMETERGUY - April 6, 2014, 10:19 am
I don't play the pick 3 (or any other game) but reading your post gave me an idea. Record the P3 numbers. When you have over 500, determine if the latest draw was within the 500. How many times does this occur?

Could one possibly eliminate the last 500 or more numbers from the 1,000 make playing the P3 profitable?

I don't really care. Just a thought.
Comment by Ilovecash3 - April 6, 2014, 11:19 am
Play online where it$ 900 to 1. Eliminate 200. And make a $100 a day.
Comment by MonEl - April 6, 2014, 1:31 pm
On 1000 draws some straight pick 3 numbers don't show up at all, some do once and some more than once, the chances of making money with not playing the last 500 straight numbers, I don't know how they are, but they probably are not so good as a person might then have to play the other 500 straight numbers.
Comment by MonEl - April 6, 2014, 1:34 pm
It might not be so hard to filter out only 200 straight numbers out of the 1000.
Comment by MonEl - April 6, 2014, 1:56 pm
While nothing is safe, there probably are safer ways of filtering out 500 straight pick 3 numbers.
But 200 or even 300 that might be not very hard to do and still not too risky, even if done often or all of the time.

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