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Florida Pick 3 Doubles


Last Edited: August 3, 2006, 1:14 pm

I too believe that there are definitely mathematical orders to most things in existence.

 (orig. Forumed :   http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/139381.htm?p=1)
The Poster stated that chaos is the unpredictability of a set of events for one specific moment in time. When that “moment” in time is repeated several times a week, left undisturbed by the interference of external forces, there will be a mathematical predictability over a series of those “moments” to lead one to accurately predict what will occur in the next few series of “moments”.
My inaccurate pick-3 spreadsheet tend to veer towards a near complacent degree of accuracy and just when I’m almost confident that these trends will become long time  patterns and will continue.  They don’t and for whatever reasons Chaos returns.  Go figure. 
So, with that in mind here is what the Florida Front and Back Doubles patterns of occurrence may continue to do.  Only time will tell.
Front Doubles have had approximately 194 wins in last five years.
It last occurred as 1-1-* on Jul. 20.
It has not had any extremely long periods of No-wins.
Overall, it is lagging about 19 wins behind the Back Double.
Slim Chance but possible next occurrence on or about 8/5.
Back Doubles have had several long no-win periods.  Its longest  was a 75-day no win that ended on 8/3/04.  The last one was a 37-day absence that ended on Apr. 18, 06.  This present no win period may eclipse or exceed that 37-day since there is no Back pair Double since Jul. 2nd.  BP Dbls could stay out for another 40 days and will still be ahead of the expected average for the year/12 mos. 
A greater than 50% probability that the next win may occur Today but if not then chances increase for an  Aug 11th  occurrence
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