The above should be mathematically true if playing with the state lotteries using filters for straight with my filtering method.

The odds of winning should be even worse if playing boxed (Any Order) unless maybe if doubles are also played then maybe the odds might be somewhat better and about the same as with playing straights..

There are 1000 straight pick 3 numbers, by the time that they are filtered down to 500 the odds of winning even with filters in my way should be very close to 50% or about the same as with random quick-picks.

By the time that the numbers have been filtered down to 250 straights the odds of winning even with my filtering method should be about 25% or same as with quick-picks.

If filtering the 220 boxed numbers by the time that they are filtered down to 110 maybe the odds of winning even with my method should be about 50% and when reduced to 55 numbers the odds of winning maybe should be about 25% or the same as with quick-picks.

Mathematicians, MikeK and others seem to be right.

**By all rights, with my filtering method, it should only be possible to make a more or less regular profit playing online** **at odds that are much better than with the state lotteries (900 to 1).**

**Yet in practice there is a (Very Small) chance that the mathematical odds can be beat and that a person might also make a profit with the state lotteries**.

**The problem is that filtering successes don't "Compound", but failures do.**

**I was somewhat aware of these things before, but not as much as I am right now.**

**A problem is that while random more often likes change better, sometimes, but often enough is much stronger towards st....**

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