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Stefan's Spectacular Pick 3 Tool Update


Stefan has asked me to beta test his updated version of pick3stats. First of all, anyone not familiar with the tool can go to pick3stats.com and check it out. It's free. He has an ongoing thread about it in the Systems Forum and a lot of applications suggested by users are included there. There's a solid group of users there sharing ideas in that thread. (Probably the most useful thread I've ever seen at LP).

I was impressed with the pick3stats tool to begin with so testing an updated version was fine by me. It is basically the same as the original version with one powerful exception. Now you can track number sequencing of the draws in your history. (123-132-213-231-312-321 = ABC-ACB-BAC-BCA-CAB-CBA). This should help a lot to snag those elusive straights. The numbers are automatically rearranged in the output box by simply clicking on the sequence you want. I don't think I've ever come across a tool that tracks sequences like that. I will be very interested to hear input from users about how they apply that feature.

Another added feature is the ability to block (mask) individual sums or root sums. This should be very helpful to the sums and roots players.

Other than the great add-ons, it's the same reliable tool. I haven't noticed any problems and it is the same user-friendly format. This reviewer gives it two thumbs up!

A special thanks to Stefan for sharing this free tool with us. If you like it, give him a shout-out. He's worked hard on it and has asked for nothing in return.

I'll see you all back on the thread as soon as I can....I'm testing a new midday/evening combined approach and if it works I'll be posting about it there.

Good luck everyone!

Entry #43


Comment by budward - July 28, 2006, 3:35 pm
Thanks for the update Rick. I hope you get your computer going soon.
Rick GComment by Rick G - July 28, 2006, 3:45 pm
OK...testing last 7 draws, midday and evening combined seems to show promise.

I know a lot of people prefer working with a larger history to suit their purposes. I'm trying to narrow the time frame down to the bias that might show up today as opposed to what has shown up in the past.

I'm a lazy person and this is an easy way to pick your numbers without two pads of paper, 2 #2 pencils and a reliable pencil sharpener.

On pick3stats.com enter the last 7 combos drawn, midday and evening (approx. 4 days history).

Example for IL eve. 7/28

Last 7 draws: 028 453 243 582 652 503 063

Hit the 'Go' button. Then check out the singles / doubles, high/low, odd even section. Singles are hot (red) so mask the doubles and triples. Moving over you see that in the singles category that EEO combos are hot...mask the other three. On to the High/low, you see Low/Low/High configuration is hot. Mask the other three.

Now go to the hot pairs section. Click on the red (hot) pairings. There are 21 total combos, 8 of them are highlighted (Dark green) from your hot pairs.   The highlighted combos in the pyramid are the ones to play. Look through them and eliminate repeats, in this case there is one repeat.
Leaving 7 combos: 025-038-128-245-238-346-348

Looking for the straight?

Going down to the sequence tracker you see that all sequences are normal with the exception of BAC which hasn't been drawn in the last 7 draws. Let's try that one. Click on the BAC category and your combos are automatically arranged in that order.

Tonight's straight plays could be 205-308-218-425-328-436-438.

There's a million ways to use it, I'm just showing what I'm doing with the pick3stats tool.

Good luck!

Rick GComment by Rick G - July 28, 2006, 3:53 pm
Thank you Budward.....this Bud's for you! Let's see if we can make the Springfield vault a little lighter tonight.
Rick GComment by Rick G - July 28, 2006, 10:04 pm
Thanks, Frankie H. and Csenior for your comments on Stefan's thread. Todd has been very patient trying to resolve this posting problem on the forums. He has it narrowed down to a WIN98 issue. But it's cool. We can talk this way too for a while. As long as we can talk, I don't care how it happens. Keep the torch burning! The torch can't go out because the runner stumbles...the next runner picks it up and runs faster.

Thanks, guys!

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