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Old Pick 3 method reviewed.

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Posted: April 10, 2005, 12:56 am - IP Logged
Quote: Originally posted by yoga40 on April 9, 2005



Hi Lantern,

I am relatively new to this group, but I must say the shortest distance between two points is a straight line.

From all the reading I think it is better to just say what you mean.  For this site it appears that most of the post are pretty straight to the point.  If you have something to share just share it.  If you are going to leave out steps then it does us no good because we will have to figure out what comes next.  I appreciate your input but I feel short changed after all of the dialogue.  Good luck on whatever it is you are trying to do.





Not to offend you or anything, but the shortest distance between 2 points is a curved line !

And I am saying exactly what I mean also.

O.K. so next:

Most pick 3 numbers will have a low digit, a medium digit and a high digit, except for doubles and the low digit will most of the time will be from digit 0 to 5, the middle from 2 to 7 and the high from 4 to 9, as is said not always , but very often.

Lowest digit = 0 to 5

Middle digit = 2 to 7

Highest digit = 4 to 9.

Now on spaces, the distance from the lowest digit to the highest digit on the pick 3, most of the time might be from 3 to 7 spaces.

Substract the lowest digit from the highest digit and most of the time should be from 3 to 7 spaces.

Also the sequences of lowest, middle and highest will very often change from draw to draw.

Next time I will show with examples all of the above, now it's time for bed.

Bye.

Also I will keep on giving more ideas a little at a time.

By the way, all of these are just possible filters to use for the pick 3.

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    Lowest digit = 0 to 5

    Middle digit = 2 to 7

    Highest digit = 4 to 9.

    Highest to lowest digit spaces from 3 to 7 most of the time or very often.

     Texas Midday Pick 3 Previous Lottery Results 
     Draw Date  Results 
    Sat, Apr 9, 2005 3-0-3 No, but yes on 0 to 3, 3 digit spaces.
    Fri, Apr 8, 2005 4-2-8 = 2 L-4 M-8 H Yes on both counts.
    Thu, Apr 7, 2005 9-5-7 Yes on both counts
    Wed, Apr 6, 2005 5-8-5 Yes on both counts.
    Tue, Apr 5, 2005 0-4-7 Yes on both counts.
    Mon, Apr 4, 2005 9-8-6 No, but yes on 6 to 9, 3 digit spaces.
    Sat, Apr 2, 2005 0-4-3 Yes on both counts.
    Fri, Apr 1, 2005 8-2-6 Yes on both counts.
    Thu, Mar 31, 2005 2-2-6 Yes on both counts.
    Wed, Mar 30, 2005 1-5-3 Yes on both counts.
    ---------------------------------------------
    Lowest digit = 0 to 5

    Middle digit = 2 to 7

    Highest digit = 4 to 9.

    Highest to lowest digit spaces from 3 to 7 most of the time or very often.

     Texas Pick 3 Previous Lottery Results 
     Draw Date  Results 
    Sat, Apr 9, 2005 3-7-7 Yes on both counts.
    Fri, Apr 8, 2005 9-0-8 No on both counts.
    Thu, Apr 7, 2005 0-9-0 No on both counts.
    Wed, Apr 6, 2005 7-9-1 Yes on LMH numbers, but no on L to H spaces.
    Tue, Apr 5, 2005 2-2-6 Yes on both counts.
    Mon, Apr 4, 2005 9-0-2 Yes on LMH numbers, but no on L to H spaces.
    Sat, Apr 2, 2005 7-6-2 Yes on both counts.
    Fri, Apr 1, 2005 1-7-7 Yes on both counts.
    Thu, Mar 31, 2005 7-6-0 Yes on both counts.
    Wed, Mar 30, 2005 5-9-8 No on LMH numbers, but yes on L to H spaces.

    Well. I said most of the time and not all of the time, still I think that is not very bad.

    These are just filters just like so many others, but VERY VERY GOOD filters I would say.

    I told you about pick 3 wheels before many times; Right ?

    First digit          Second digit                    Third digit

    0                        2                                        4

    1                        3                                        5

    2                        4                                        6

    3                        5                                        7

    4                        6                                        8

    5                        7                                        9

    And remember 3 to 7 lowest to high digit spaces or so.

    This is all for this, at least for the time being.

    Good luck.

    Other filters later.

    And remember:

    It's time to kick some number's butt, also say no to all lottery's computer's draws.   All games of chance were made to be broken. So let's go ahead and break them all.

    Fernando = Lottery games Cracker (Sooner or later).

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      I forgot to tell you about the Low-Medium-High filter:

      There are several variations of this filter I will now show you one of them that applies to the 2 previous posts that I made.

      The lowest of the pick 3 digits would be the LOW.

      The highest of the pick 3 digits would be the HIGH.

      And the one in between them would be the MEDIUM or MIDDLE.

      For doubles there would be one Low and two Highs or two Lows and one High.

      Triples don't use this filter at all of course.


      Texas Midday Pick 3 Previous Lottery Results 
       Draw Date  Results 
      Sat, Apr 9, 2005 3-0-3 HLH
      Fri, Apr 8, 2005 4-2-8 MLH
      Thu, Apr 7, 2005 9-5-7 HLM
      Wed, Apr 6, 2005 5-8-5 LHL
      Tue, Apr 5, 2005 0-4-7 LMH
      Mon, Apr 4, 2005 9-8-6 HML
      Sat, Apr 2, 2005 0-4-3 LHM
      Fri, Apr 1, 2005 8-2-6 HLM
      Thu, Mar 31, 2005 2-2-6 LLH
      Wed, Mar 30, 2005 1-5-3
      LHM


       Texas Pick 3 Previous Lottery Results 
       Draw Date  Results 
      Sat, Apr 9, 2005 3-7-7 LHH
      Fri, Apr 8, 2005 9-0-8 HLM
      Thu, Apr 7, 2005 0-9-0 LHL
      Wed, Apr 6, 2005 7-9-1 MHL
      Tue, Apr 5, 2005 2-2-6 LLH
      Mon, Apr 4, 2005 9-0-2 HLM
      Sat, Apr 2, 2005 7-6-2 HML
      Fri, Apr 1, 2005 1-7-7 LHH
      Thu, Mar 31, 2005 7-6-0 HML
      Wed, Mar 30, 2005 5-9-8 LHM

      This particular variation of the High-Low filter is the best-one of them all and this filter is one of the best of ALL filters.

      I am tired and it's late, more another time.

      Have we cracked the pick 3 yet ?

      If not, then we will sooner or later.

      Game's workings and statistics, very important.

      Filters (anything that gets rid of bad or unlikely combos), to me, every-thing is filters.

      Good luck.

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        Last 30 Midday Pick 3 Numbers
         
         Output
         Numbers Inspected: 30

        Classification Matches Percent Matching Numbers
         High/Low:
          HHH 6 20.0% 957 585 986 795 658 985
          HHL 11 36.7% 826 298 298 457 089 276 299 718 553 627 489
          HLL 8 26.7% 428 047 226 153 283 184 217 704
          LLL 5 16.7% 303 043 321 223 331
        There are just a few more HIGH DIGITS nothing unusual 

        Even/Odd:
          EEE 3 10.0% 428 826 226
          EEO 14 46.7% 047 986 043 223 283 298 298 089 184 276 658 704 627 489
          EOO 8 26.7% 303 585 321 457 299 718 217 985
          OOO 5 16.7% 957 153 795 331 553
        There are very many more EVEN DIGITS and and also ALL ODD NUMBERS on the last 30 draws

         Sums:
          0 0 0% 
          1 0 0% 
          2 0 0% 
          3 0 0% 
          4 0 0% 
          5 0 0% 
          6 2 6.7% 303 321
          7 3 10.0% 043 223 331
          8 0 0% 
          9 1 3.3% 153
          10 2 6.7% 226 217
          11 2 6.7% 047 704
          12 0 0% 
          13 3 10.0% 283 184 553
          14 1 3.3% 428
          15 2 6.7% 276 627
          16 3 10.0% 826 457 718
          17 1 3.3% 089
          18 1 3.3% 585
          19 3 10.0% 298 298 658
          20 1 3.3% 299
          21 3 10.0% 957 795 489
          22 1 3.3% 985
          23 1 3.3% 986
          24 0 0% 
          25 0 0% 
          26 0 0% 
          27 0 0% 
        6 to 23 are the sums to play the most, that is normal of course. 

        Root Sums:
          0 0 0% 
          1 5 16.7% 226 298 298 658 217
          2 3 10.0% 047 299 704
          3 3 10.0% 957 795 489
          4 4 13.3% 283 184 985 553
          5 2 6.7% 428 986
          6 4 13.3% 303 321 276 627
          7 6 20.0% 043 826 223 457 331 718
          8 1 3.3% 089
          9 2 6.7% 585 153
         1 and 7 roots are the ones to play the most.

        Key Numbers:
          0 5 16.7% 303 047 043 089 704
          1 6 20.0% 153 321 184 331 718 217
          2 12 40.0% 428 826 226 321 223 283 298 298 276 299 217 627
          3 8 26.7% 303 043 153 321 223 283 331 553
          4 7 23.3% 428 047 043 457 184 704 489
          5 8 26.7% 957 585 153 795 457 658 985 553
          6 6 20.0% 986 826 226 276 658 627
          7 9 30.0% 957 047 795 457 276 718 217 704 627
          8 13 43.3% 428 585 986 826 283 298 298 089 184 658 718 985 489
          9 9 30.0% 957 986 795 298 298 089 299 985 489
        2 and 8 are the key digits to play the most. 

        Number Types:
          Singles 23 76.7% 428 957 047 986 043 826 153 795 321 283 298 298 457 089 184 276 658 718 217 985 704 627 489
          Doubles 7 23.3% 303 585 226 223 331 299 553
          Triples 0 0% 

        The ratio of singles to doubles is very normal.
        Input:
        303 428 957 585 047 986 043 826 226 153 795 321 223 283 298 298 457 089 184 331 276 299 658 718 217 985 704 553 627 489
         ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

        EVENING NUMBERS LAST 30 DRAWS.

        Numbers Inspected: 30

        Classification Matches Percent Matching Numbers
         High/Low:
          HHH 3 10.0% 598 976 587
          HHL 15 50.0% 377 908 791 762 177 760 991 379 258 928 745 189 737 716 718
          HLL 11 36.7% 090 226 902 700 326 346 228 183 227 822 116
          LLL 1 3.3% 201
        Very many more HIGH DIGITS than low ones.

         Even/Odd:
          EEE 3 10.0% 226 228 822
          EEO 12 40.0% 908 090 902 762 760 700 326 346 258 201 928 227
          EOO 9 30.0% 598 976 745 183 189 716 718 587 116
          OOO 6 20.0% 377 791 177 991 379 737
         Many more EEO and OOO than normal.

        Sums:
          0 0 0% 
          1 0 0% 
          2 0 0% 
          3 1 3.3% 201
          4 0 0% 
          5 0 0% 
          6 0 0% 
          7 1 3.3% 700
          8 1 3.3% 116
          9 1 3.3% 090
          10 1 3.3% 226
          11 3 10.0% 902 326 227
          12 3 10.0% 228 183 822
          13 2 6.7% 760 346
          14 1 3.3% 716
          15 3 10.0% 762 177 258
          16 2 6.7% 745 718
          17 4 13.3% 377 908 791 737
          18 1 3.3% 189
          19 3 10.0% 991 379 928
          20 1 3.3% 587
          21 0 0% 
          22 2 6.7% 598 976
          23 0 0% 
          24 0 0% 
          25 0 0% 
          26 0 0% 
          27 0 0% 
        7 to 22 are the sums to play the most.

         Root Sums:
          0 0 0% 
          1 4 13.3% 226 991 379 928
          2 4 13.3% 902 326 227 587
          3 4 13.3% 201 228 183 822
          4 4 13.3% 760 598 346 976
          5 1 3.3% 716
          6 3 10.0% 762 177 258
          7 3 10.0% 700 745 718
          8 5 16.7% 377 908 791 737 116
          9 2 6.7% 090 189 
        Roots about normal, root # 5 low, root # 0 never counts.

        Key Numbers:
          0 6 20.0% 908 090 902 760 700 201
          1 9 30.0% 791 177 991 201 183 189 716 718 116
          2 10 33.3% 226 902 762 326 258 201 228 928 227 822
          3 6 20.0% 377 379 326 346 183 737
          4 2 6.7% 346 745
          5 4 13.3% 598 258 745 587
          6 8 26.7% 226 762 760 326 346 976 716 116
          7 14 46.7% 377 791 762 177 760 700 379 976 745 737 716 227 718 587
          8 10 33.3% 908 598 258 228 928 183 189 718 822 587
          9 10 33.3% 908 090 791 902 598 991 379 976 928 189
        Digit # 7 the highest count and # 4 the lowest count, about normal over-all. 

        Number Types:
          Singles 19 63.3% 908 791 902 762 760 598 379 326 346 258 201 976 928 745 183 189 716 718 587
          Doubles 11 36.7% 377 090 226 177 700 991 228 737 227 822 116
          Triples 0 0% 

        A few more doubles than normal.

        Input:
        377 908 090 791 226 902 762 177 760 598 700 991 379 326 346 258 201 228 976 928 745 183 189 737 716 227 718 822 587 116
        -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

        Overall no very drastic variations from normal, just a little.

        Of course, the INSPECTION could be made for complete with many more additions to the system, still a very good BASIC SYSTEM.

        If the INSPECTION was made more extensive or complete, then there should be the option of which FILTER INSPECTIONS the user wants to make, so as to make a much shorter report if that is what the person wants to do, instead of doing the complete or full list.

        Still, Todd has outdone himself big time.

        Good luck.

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          lantern that is great. Imagine if we could get some good soul here to do an excel spreadsheet that would allow us to enter the last 30 eve numbers and apply your filters as little or as most that we feel would reduce the amount of plays. wow maybe we could all make some money in our own states. Thanks

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            Retxx

            I think that now when it comes to these:

            Most pick 3 numbers will have a low digit, a medium digit and a high digit, except for doubles and the low digit will most of the time will be from digit 0 to 5, the middle from 2 to 7 and the high from 4 to 9, as is said not always , but very often.

            Lowest digit = 0 to 5

            Middle digit = 2 to 7

            Highest digit = 4 to 9.

            I will have about a 50-50 % situation more or less, if I am lucky then I will have a 60-40 % or better situation in my favor at least in the long run, but is too soon to tell, any permanent imbalance either way can only be in my favor, a half and half or 50-50 would not be too bad either, maybe no matter what, in the very long run everything should be about even and therefore O.K.

            This might be a deadlock or stalemate or whatever they call it, we the mice might be turning into cats a little at a time more and more as time goes by, state lotteries beware.

            The combos will of course have to be reduced to a playable level, I have not tried anything yet, but will sometime maybe soon.

            I had been looking for what WIND calls a 50-50 situation and this might be it, if not, then I will keep on trying.

            I always say that the harder that it is to win the more that I will learn and do learn, so the state lotteries should make winning the games as hard as they can possible make them, that way I will keep on learning more and more as time goes by, if the games were easy I would not learn anything and they are not fun at all that way.

            I am just beginning to learn how to pick the combos, I have just begun to scratch the surface of the techniques needed.

            I will not even try to play at all untill I can get the winning number boxed 50 % of the time or better on no more than 20 or 30 combos (maybe, I don't know for sure yet), so you know that I won't be playing at all for quite a long while yet.

            The above High-Middle-Low is not a complete technique all by itself, it needs to be used together with other filters or methods and only if it stays at a 50-50 or better balance in your favor.

            Everything I put here is only for information and not to be used as completed and tested winning techniques, use at your own risk.

            Good luck.

            The past winning numbers must everyday be inspected in every possible way for biases or trends and imbalances of expected normal statistics.

            Don't ask me questions, I don't know anything.

             

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              I must say that I SC--Wed UP VERY BIG, THAT HAPPENED BECAUSE I DIDN'T FIRST CHECK WHAT I SAID.

              I will try to fix my mistakes now.

              Take a look at the following combos:

              Boxed combos, these are the main boxed combos, from these the combos should be chosen or picked.

              They are from lowest digits on the left to highest digits to the right.

              First of all there are 3 positions Lth, Middle and Rth, from each position filter out or get rid of from 1 to 2 single digits to reduce the combos some.

              Second, use from 3 to 1 key digits for all the combos to reduce or filter more combos out.

              Third of the combos that are left use other filters like sums, roots, last digit sum roots, Hot and Cold or whatever to get rid of more combos if you can.

              Fourth, pick either singles or doubles, but maybe not both to try to reduce the combos some more.

              Fifth, the combos that are left, try to position the Low-Middle and High digits in such a way as to give you a better chance to win straight if you want to play straight instead of box, or want to play both ways, this might be easier to do with doubles maybe.

              As I had the technique first, it was very very bad it gave you 216 combos to play. This correction gives you the most likely to come out 80 singles and the most likely to come out 34 doubles.

              They are just the base most likely over-all combos and need to be reduced a lot with key numbers and filters and digit number reductions by position and then repositioned better for straight plays, using the most likely to come out next Low-Middle and High pattern or position, along with the most likely Even-Odd position or pattern to come out next.

              Very sorry for the very very big earlier SC--W Up.

              Good luck.


              025 - 026 - 027 - 034 - 035 - 036 - 037 - 045 - 046 - 047 - 056 - 057 - 067 - 124 - 125 - 126 - 127 - 128 - 134 - 135 - 136 - 137 - 138 - 145 - 146 - 147 - 148 - 156 - 157 - 158 - 167 - 168 - 178 - 235 - 236 - 237 - 238 - 239 - 245 - 246 - 247 - 248 - 249 - 256 - 257 - 258 - 259 - 267 - 268 - 269 - 278 - 279 - 289 - 346 - 347 - 348 - 349 - 356 - 357 - 358 - 359 - 367 - 368 - 369 - 378 - 379 - 389 - 457 - 458 - 459 - 467 - 468 - 469 - 478 - 479 - 489 - 568 - 569 - 578 - 579 -


              055 - 066 - 077 - 155 - 166 - 177 - 188 - 225 - 226 - 227 - 228 - 229 - 255 - 266 - 277 - 288 - 299 - 336 - 337 - 338 - 339 - 366 - 377 - 388 - 399 - 447 - 448 - 449 - 477 - 488 - 499 - 558 - 559 - 588 -


               


               


               


               

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                Using those same combos from the last post and some filters I will in a week or two more or less start to try to predict or come out with winning combos for Texas or some other state.

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                  I use Low-Medium-High like this Low=0,1,2,3 Med=4,5,6 and

                  High=7,8,9 so if the number 359 is drawn you have Low=3 Med=5 High=9

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                    Yes, there are several variations of this filter.

                    Also like:

                    0 1 2 3 Low, 4 5 Medium, 6 7 8 9 High and:

                     0 1 2 Low, 3 4 5 6 Medium, 7 8 9 High and what I used above:

                    Lower (Low), Medium and Higher (High) like 025.

                    We also of course have:

                    Low: 0 1 2 3 4 and High 5 6 7 8 9.

                    Even: 0 2 4 6 8 and Odd: 1 3 5 7 9.

                    All lows 240, all highs 795

                    Mostly lows: 293, Mostly Highs: 854

                    All evens: 284, All odds: 915.

                    Mostly evens: 285, Mostly Odds: 156.

                    Also, roots, sums and last digit sum roots.

                    Open, Closed, Straight: I am not sure, but I think that it goes like these:

                    Open 2 3 5

                    Closed 0 6 8 9

                    Straight 1 4 7

                    So, 827 = COS = Closed-Open-Straight.

                    There is also lenght between digits 6 to 1 = 5 digits lenght.

                    Pairs like 235 = 23, 35 and 25 pairs.

                    And other things.

                     

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                      These are the 80 pick 3 singles from above inspected.

                      Numbers Inspected: 80

                      Classification Matches Percent Matching Numbers
                       High/Low:
                        HHH 4 5.0% 568 569 578 579
                        HHL 38 47.5% 056 057 067 156 157 158 167 168 178 256 257 258 259 267 268 269 278 279 289 356 357 358 359 367 368 369 378 379 389 457 458 459 467 468 469 478 479 489
                        HLL 35 43.8% 025 026 027 035 036 037 045 046 047 125 126 127 128 135 136 137 138 145 146 147 148 235 236 237 238 239 245 246 247 248 249 346 347 348 349
                        LLL 3 3.8% 034 124 134
                       Even/Odd:
                        EEE 6 7.5% 026 046 246 248 268 468
                        EEO 34 42.5% 025 027 034 036 045 047 056 067 124 126 128 146 148 168 236 238 245 247 249 256 258 267 269 278 289 346 348 368 458 467 469 478 489 568
                        EOO 33 41.3% 035 037 057 125 127 134 136 138 145 147 156 158 167 178 235 237 239 257 259 279 347 349 356 358 367 369 378 389 457 459 479 569 578
                        OOO 7 8.8% 135 137 157 357 359 379 579
                       

                      Sums:
                        0 0 0% 
                        1 0 0% 
                        2 0 0% 
                        3 0 0% 
                        4 0 0% 
                        5 0 0% 
                        6 0 0% 
                        7 3 3.8% 025 034 124
                        8 4 5.0% 026 035 125 134
                        9 5 6.3% 027 036 045 126 135
                        10 6 7.5% 037 046 127 136 145 235
                        11 7 8.8% 047 056 128 137 146 236 245
                        12 6 7.5% 057 138 147 156 237 246
                        13 7 8.8% 067 148 157 238 247 256 346
                        14 7 8.8% 158 167 239 248 257 347 356
                        15 6 7.5% 168 249 258 267 348 357
                        16 7 8.8% 178 259 268 349 358 367 457
                        17 6 7.5% 269 278 359 368 458 467
                        18 5 6.3% 279 369 378 459 468
                        19 5 6.3% 289 379 469 478 568
                        20 4 5.0% 389 479 569 578
                        21 2 2.5% 489 579
                        22 0 0% 
                        23 0 0% 
                        24 0 0% 
                        25 0 0% 
                        26 0 0% 
                        27 0 0% 
                       

                      Root Sums:
                        0 0 0% 
                        1 11 13.8% 037 046 127 136 145 235 289 379 469 478 568
                        2 11 13.8% 047 056 128 137 146 236 245 389 479 569 578
                        3 8 10.0% 057 138 147 156 237 246 489 579
                        4 7 8.8% 067 148 157 238 247 256 346
                        5 7 8.8% 158 167 239 248 257 347 356
                        6 6 7.5% 168 249 258 267 348 357
                        7 10 12.5% 025 034 124 178 259 268 349 358 367 457
                        8 10 12.5% 026 035 125 134 269 278 359 368 458 467
                        9 10 12.5% 027 036 045 126 135 279 369 378 459 468
                       

                      Key Numbers:
                        0 13 16.3% 025 026 027 034 035 036 037 045 046 047 056 057 067
                        1 20 25.0% 124 125 126 127 128 134 135 136 137 138 145 146 147 148 156 157 158 167 168 178
                        2 28 35.0% 025 026 027 124 125 126 127 128 235 236 237 238 239 245 246 247 248 249 256 257 258 259 267 268 269 278 279 289
                        3 28 35.0% 034 035 036 037 134 135 136 137 138 235 236 237 238 239 346 347 348 349 356 357 358 359 367 368 369 378 379 389
                        4 28 35.0% 034 045 046 047 124 134 145 146 147 148 245 246 247 248 249 346 347 348 349 457 458 459 467 468 469 478 479 489
                        5 28 35.0% 025 035 045 056 057 125 135 145 156 157 158 235 245 256 257 258 259 356 357 358 359 457 458 459 568 569 578 579
                        6 27 33.8% 026 036 046 056 067 126 136 146 156 167 168 236 246 256 267 268 269 346 356 367 368 369 467 468 469 568 569
                        7 28 35.0% 027 037 047 057 067 127 137 147 157 167 178 237 247 257 267 278 279 347 357 367 378 379 457 467 478 479 578 579
                        8 23 28.8% 128 138 148 158 168 178 238 248 258 268 278 289 348 358 368 378 389 458 468 478 489 568 578
                        9 17 21.3% 239 249 259 269 279 289 349 359 369 379 389 459 469 479 489 569 579
                       

                      Number Types:
                        Singles 80 100.0% 025 026 027 034 035 036 037 045 046 047 056 057 067 124 125 126 127 128 134 135 136 137 138 145 146 147 148 156 157 158 167 168 178 235 236 237 238 239 245 246 247 248 249 256 257 258 259 267 268 269 278 279 289 346 347 348 349 356 357 358 359 367 368 369 378 379 389 457 458 459 467 468 469 478 479 489 568 569 578 579

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                        These are the above doubles inspected:

                        Numbers Inspected: 34

                        Classification Matches Percent Matching Numbers
                         High/Low:
                          HHH 3 8.8% 558 559 588
                          HHL 19 55.9% 055 066 077 155 166 177 188 255 266 277 288 299 366 377 388 399 477 488 499
                          HLL 12 35.3% 225 226 227 228 229 336 337 338 339 447 448 449
                          LLL 0 0% 
                         Even/Odd:
                          EEE 7 20.6% 066 226 228 266 288 448 488
                          EEO 10 29.4% 166 188 225 227 229 366 388 447 449 588
                          EOO 10 29.4% 055 077 255 277 299 336 338 477 499 558
                          OOO 7 20.6% 155 177 337 339 377 399 559 
                         

                        Sums:
                          0 0 0% 
                          1 0 0% 
                          2 0 0% 
                          3 0 0% 
                          4 0 0% 
                          5 0 0% 
                          6 0 0% 
                          7 0 0% 
                          8 0 0% 
                          9 1 2.9% 225
                          10 2 5.9% 055 226
                          11 2 5.9% 155 227
                          12 4 11.8% 066 228 255 336
                          13 3 8.8% 166 229 337
                          14 3 8.8% 077 266 338
                          15 4 11.8% 177 339 366 447
                          16 2 5.9% 277 448
                          17 3 8.8% 188 377 449
                          18 3 8.8% 288 477 558
                          19 2 5.9% 388 559
                          20 2 5.9% 299 488
                          21 2 5.9% 399 588
                          22 1 2.9% 499
                          23 0 0% 
                          24 0 0% 
                          25 0 0% 
                          26 0 0% 
                          27 0 0% 
                         

                        Root Sums:
                          0 0 0% 
                          1 4 11.8% 055 226 388 559
                          2 4 11.8% 155 227 299 488
                          3 6 17.6% 066 228 255 336 399 588
                          4 4 11.8% 166 229 337 499
                          5 3 8.8% 077 266 338
                          6 4 11.8% 177 339 366 447
                          7 2 5.9% 277 448
                          8 3 8.8% 188 377 449
                          9 4 11.8% 225 288 477 558 
                         

                        Key Numbers:
                          0 3 8.8% 055 066 077
                          1 4 11.8% 155 166 177 188
                          2 10 29.4% 225 226 227 228 229 255 266 277 288 299
                          3 8 23.5% 336 337 338 339 366 377 388 399
                          4 6 17.6% 447 448 449 477 488 499
                          5 7 20.6% 055 155 225 255 558 559 588
                          6 6 17.6% 066 166 226 266 336 366
                          7 8 23.5% 077 177 227 277 337 377 447 477
                          8 9 26.5% 188 228 288 338 388 448 488 558 588
                          9 7 20.6% 229 299 339 399 449 499 559 
                         

                        Number Types: 
                         
                        Singles 0 0% 
                         
                        Doubles 34 100.0% 055 066 077 155 166 177 188 225 226 227 228 229 255 266 277 288 299 336 337 338 339 366 377 388 399 447 448 449 477 488 499 558 559 588
                         

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