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524  521  525

634  631  635

744  741  745

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Glergenflergen, Texas
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Tntea,

Have you ever tried using the "bell curve" for selecting numbers?  I have and I came up with 136 in my group tonight like you have in your group.  Just wondering how you pick your numbers.

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Not sure what that is..

I use Bell Curve in Special ed determining IQ's.. but never heard of it with numbers for Pick 3..

683 for tonight in TX.. listed on Jumbo numbers..

I will try to explain the method used..

Take 683

6  8  3

7        4

8        5

9        6

now take 74 put with 6  746,  then 856,  966

Then the same with other digits..  748, 858, 968

Then  743,  853,  963

That is one way.. another is to do this

6  8  3

7        4

8        5

9        6

Take 68,  63,  83 pairs and match with each digit..  7,4,8,5,9,6

giving you  687 684 688 685 689 686  637 634  638  635 639 636

837 834 838 835 839 836

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Thanks, Tntea.  Believe it or not, I have done what you are doing and it's not a bad method - it just doesn't cover enough of the "likely" scenarios.  I guess I could still use it along with some other methods to find the most common likely numbers that will come.  Once, a long time ago, I combined many methods on a chart and then added up all the likely numbers and came up with winners and near-winners just being one number off quite a bit.

On the bell curve, use only night draws or day draws - don't mix them.  I use only the numbers from the past nine drawings. Nine drawings? you ask? Because we work with ten numbers and the tenth drawing is the unknown quantity.  I add up how many times each of the ten numbers appeared during the last nine drawings, then put them in their respective slots - like 0 and 6 appeared 1X in the past nine draws, then 1,2 3,4 appeared 2X and so on until you have all the ten numbers accounted for in that time frame.  You will see the peaks and valleys form as each drawing is held.  Remember to deduct the numbers that appeared in the ninth drawing after the new drawing is held.  You'll see how things "balance" or shift.  To me, it's more like a wave action as the troughs and spikes shift.

Tonight, I was going to have to deduct 588 after the drawing.  The 8 was by itself on the right side at having appeared 6 times (6X) times in the past nine draws.  So, if 8 wasn't drawn, I'd have to deduct it twice (588 - two eights) and it would then slide down to the 4X slot.  Well, 6-8-3 hit tonight, so I deducted the two 8s from 588, but added one of them back to where the 8 settled in the 5X slot.  The 6 was in the 1X slot and now it moved up into the 2X slot.  It's easier if I could show you a chart, but I don't know how to get a simple grid with numbers in it on this page.

I hope I explained this clear enough to where it doesn't sound like nonsense.  I selected the 1,2,3,6,9 to mix tonight to make ten numbers.  So, I missed the 683 by one digit - again.  Closest I had was 369 box only playing ten combinations.  Go to the "bayesoft" Web site.  "Sedertree" responded to my question about bell curves.  Maybe it will give you even more clout in determining your numbers.  You already have a good method.  Thanks!

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Quote: Originally posted by tntea on December 22, 2004

Not sure what that is..

I use Bell Curve in Special ed determining IQ's.. but never heard of it with numbers for Pick 3..

683 for tonight in TX.. listed on Jumbo numbers..

I will try to explain the method used..

Take 683

8  3

7        4    Midday TX 12-23  438

8        5

9        6

now take 74 put with 6  746,  then 856,  966

Then the same with other digits..  748, 858, 968

Then  743,  853,  963

That is one way.. another is to do this

6  8  3

7        4

8        5

9        6

Take 68,  63,  83 pairs and match with each digit..  7,4,8,5,9,6

giving you  687 684 688 685 689 686  637 634  638  635 639 636

837 834 838 835 839 836

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Quote: Originally posted by tntea on December 23, 2004

Quote: Originally posted by tntea on December 22, 2004

Not sure what that is..

I use Bell Curve in Special ed determining IQ's.. but never heard of it with numbers for Pick 3..

683 for tonight in TX.. listed on Jumbo numbers..

I will try to explain the method used..

Take 683

8  3

7        4    Midday TX 12-23  438

8        5

9        6

now take 74 put with 6  746,  then 856,  966

Then the same with other digits..  748, 858, 968

Then  743,  853,  963

That is one way.. another is to do this

6  8  3

7        4

8        5

9        6

Take 68,  63,  83 pairs and match with each digit..  7,4,8,5,9,6

giving you  687 684 688 685 689 686  637 634  638  635 639 636

837 834 838 835 839 836 Midday draw.. 438

now to break down the 438  =

435  436  437  344  385 386 387  384  485  486  487  484  Here are your picks for evening draw..

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Pretty cool system you have there! It worked for Midday with that 438.  In my bell curve chart, I have 1, 2, 5, 6, 7 all crammed into a column as each number having appeared only two times in the past nine evening drawings. 5. 6 and 7 appear in the group you gave me for tonight.  I haven't quite figured out how to interpret what I see on my chart. All I know is that it changes in a somewhat consistent manner.  Thanks again.

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Quote: Originally posted by tntea on December 23, 2004

Quote: Originally posted by tntea on December 22, 2004

Not sure what that is..

I use Bell Curve in Special ed determining IQ's.. but never heard of it with numbers for Pick 3..

683 for tonight in TX.. listed on Jumbo numbers..

I will try to explain the method used..

Take 683

8  3

7        4    Midday TX 12-23  438

8        5

9        6

now take 74 put with 6  746,  then 856,  966

Then the same with other digits..  748, 858, 968

Then  743,  853,  963

That is one way.. another is to do this

6  8  3

7        4

8        5

9        6

Take 68,  63,  83 pairs and match with each digit..  7,4,8,5,9,6

giving you  687 684 688 685 689 686  637 634  638  635 639 636    TX still working with these numbers... 637 straight tonight

837 834 838 835 839 836

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Tntea,

on your method how would you setup

0 9 1 ?

thanks

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0 9 1

1    2

2    3

3    4    Combos:  091 092 093 094  911 912 913 914 011 012 013 014

or:  120 129 129  230 239 231 340 349 341

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Thanks

WTG all Winner\$.

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Quote: Originally posted by tntea on December 24, 2004

0 9 1

1    2

2    3

3    4    Combos:  091 092 093 094  911 912 913 914 011 012 013 014

or:  120 129 129  230 239 231 340 349 341

TX 092  12-27

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