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# Pick 3 Filters

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Tx
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Now I will do CONSECUTIVES depending how you use this filter(s) they (it) can be used for straight or boxed filtering and or prediction.

There are 2 digit consecutives (partial consecutives or false) and 3 digit consecutives.

There also are Straight consecutives, like: 01,12,23,34,45,56,67,78,89,90 For pairs or 2 digits.

And straight consecutives for 3 digits like: 012,123,234,345,456,567,678,789,890,901.

Reverse consecutives for 2 digits like 10,21,32,43,54,65,76,87,98,09.

And for 3 digits like: 210,321,432,543,654,765,876,987,098,109.

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As you saw there are only 10, 3 digit straight consecutives (I think, but might be wrong), so they don't show-up or come-out very often, so some people don't play them at all, or play them only when they appear to be due or overdue.

The next combos are from the Lottery Post's RNG:

FP=Front Pair, BP=Back Pair, SP=Side Pair. or

LP=Left Pair, RP=Right Pair, SP=Side Pair.

SC=Straight Consecutive

RC=Reverse Consecutive.

798=Any-Order or Boxed 3 digit Consecutive.

2 | 1 | 9  21 FP (Front Pair)  RC (Reverse Consecutive), so 21,FP,RC.

8 | 7 | 1  87 FP,RC

0 | 9 | 7  09 FP RC

5 | 6 | 4  56 FP SC (Straight Consecutive), 54 SP (Side Pair) RC = 54 SP, RC.(3DigitBoxedConsec)

4 | 6 | 0  NONE

0 | 0 | 0  NONE

9 | 1 | 0  10 BP (Back pair) ,RC-90 SP,SC.-(3 digit boxed or any-order consecutive also).

3 | 0 | 3  NONE

Well, you get the idea ! Don't you ?

They are to be used the same as any other pick 3 filters.

More to come when-ever

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Lantern,

I actually call your concept of "space" the difference.  If you check out the Full Wheels page (for example, the Pick 6 11-Number Full Wheel) you will see all the different filters that I created - including Minimum Difference between numbers and Maximum Difference between numbers.

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Yes Todd, I forgot about that, the filters can have so many possible names, you and other people are welcomed to name them anyway that you think that it's best, that's what I do myself with them, any name is good, what ever you like best.

Good luck.

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Quote: Originally posted by LANTERN on April 14, 2005

The above patterns for Florida and Tennessee seem to be more regularly spaced, even and easier to track the changes on, so maybe easier to predict when changes will happen also.

Is that it ?

CalifDude what about a sums chart posted here somewhere ? Got one of those ?

By the way, very good charts CalifDude.

I think I have sum charts in my Blog.  Thank you.

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Quote: Originally posted by Todd on April 15, 2005

CalifDude,

What term do you use to describe "last digit root"?  I was going to add that filter to the Lottery Post Deflate system (as well as the Full Wheels page), and I was looking for good terminology.

Well, Todd, I call it "sum column" because I have the sums in columns.  That was just something I did for myself (mostly in my head!).  Maybe "sum units", because all you are using is the units column of the sum.  I just didn't agree with the "root" because we normally mean by "root" to keep adding the digits of the sum together until there is only 1 digit and that is not what is done with the "sum column".

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CD:

How about "Sum Last Digit"?  That would seem to go pretty well with other filters:  Root Sum, Sum, and Sum Last Digit.

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Quote: Originally posted by LANTERN on April 14, 2005

The above patterns for Florida and Tennessee seem to be more regularly spaced, even and easier to track the changes on, so maybe easier to predict when changes will happen also.

Is that it ?

CalifDude what about a sums chart posted here somewhere ? Got one of those ?

By the way, very good charts CalifDude.

You will find that with some states you can play the same Odd/Even and the same High/Low as the last draw and get a LOT of winners.  In other states it changes too often.  I used to think that stats dealing with 3-digit numbers worked the same in all states.  NOT TRUE!!

Lantern, if you will allow me to add something...one of the things I used to track is the difference between the last "sum column" and the current one.  If we could just narrow down which sum column will hit next (or down to 2 or 3) we can play 22 tickets times the number of sum columns we are playing.  Here are some examples from my "old" databases.  First let me give a couple of examples.  Let's say the last draw was 516 (sum column = 2) and the current draw is 188 (sum column = 7).  The difference is 5 (+5 and -5 are the same, so I just use "5").  Another example...last draw was 640 (sum column = 0) and the current draw is 872 (sum column = 7).  That would be +7, but 5 is the highest I use, so it would be -3.  Here are some charts:

California:

 5= 6 +4= 6 +3= 9 +2= 7 +1= 2 0= 4 -1= 5 -2= 3 -3= 8 -4= 4

Florida:

 5= 46 +4= 41 +3= 44 +2= 37 +1= 37 0= 55 -1= 52 -2= 45 -3= 52 -4= 39

Georgia:

 5= 89 +4= 67 +3= 82 +2= 86 +1= 82 0= 62 -1= 73 -2= 73 -3= 82 -4= 84

PA:

 5= 19 +4= 16 +3= 15 +2= 17 +1= 23 0= 33 -1= 19 -2= 13 -3= 21 -4= 16

Tennessee:

 5= 6 +4= 8 +3= 2 +2= 16 +1= 8 0= 8 -1= 5 -2= 6 -3= 7 -4= 11

Texas:

 5= 59 +4= 68 +3= 58 +2= 61 +1= 71 0= 61 -1= 76 -2= 55 -3= 73 -4= 69

I hope some people can use that information.

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Quote: Originally posted by Todd on April 15, 2005

CD:

How about "Sum Last Digit"?  That would seem to go pretty well with other filters:  Root Sum, Sum, and Sum Last Digit.

I think that works.

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Why don't you call them;

3Sum  = 4 5 6 = 15

2Sum  = 4 5 6 = 15 = 6

1Sum  = 4 5 6 =  15 = 5

Winsum = Me

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CalifDude

Thank you very much for the info, I will have to study that when I get a chance.

I got this sums chart from your blog, I just did a little formating to it, to make it look better.

0    1 0.5% 000

1    1 0.5% 001

2    2 0.9% 002 011

3    3 1.4% 003 012 111

4    4 1.8% 004 013 022 112

5    5 2.3% 005 014 023 113 122

6    7 3.2% 006 015 024 033 114 123 222

7    8 3.6% 007 016 025 034 115 124 133 223

8  10 4.5% 008 017 026 035 044 116 125 134 224 233

9  12 5.5% 009 018 027 036 045 117 126 135 144 225 234 333

10 13 5.9% 019 028 037 046 055 118 127 136 145 226 235 244 334

11 14 6.4% 029 038 047 056 119 128 137 146 155 227 236 245 335 344

12 15 6.8% 039 048 057 066 129 138 147 156 228 237 246 255 336 345 444

13 15 6.8% 049 058 067 139 148 157 166 229 238 247 256 337 346 355 445

14 15 6.8% 059 068 077 149 158 167 239 248 257 266 338 347 356 446 455

15 15 6.8% 069 078 159 168 177 249 258 267 339 348 357 366 447 456 555

16 14 6.4% 079 088 169 178 259 268 277 349 358 367 448 457 466 556

17 13 5.9% 089 179 188 269 278 359 368 377 449 458 467 557 566

18 12 5.5% 099 189 279 288 369 378 459 468 477 558 567 666

19 10 4.5% 199 289 379 388 469 478 559 568 577 667

20   8 3.6% 299 389 479 488 569 578 668 677

21   7 3.2% 399 489 579 588 669 678 777

22   5 2.3% 499 589 679 688 778

23   4 1.8% 599 689 779 788

24   3 1.4% 699 789 888

25   2 0.9% 799 889

26   1 0.5% 899

27   1 0.5% 999

No matter what I do, it does not get copied right !

This particular sums chart with the Standard Roots marked on it as it on BobP's site is very very important TO THE EXTREME, I might tell you maybe later in the future how I have used it, it also has to have the Regular or Standard Roots on it, to make it just right for use.

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Quote: Originally posted by winsumloosesum on April 15, 2005

Why don't you call them;

3Sum  = 4 5 6 = 15

2Sum  = 4 5 6 = 15 = 6

1Sum  = 4 5 6 =  15 = 5

Winsum = Me

They already have names.  Your first one is a Sum, the second is the Root Sum, and the third is the Sum Last Digit.  Notice that all of the terms apply exactly the same way to Pick 4 games.

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Quote: Originally posted by LANTERN on April 15, 2005

No matter what I do, it does not get copied right !

That's because you're using a proportional font.  Try using Courier and the letters will line up like this:

First Row   1 2 3

Second Row  1 2 3

Third Row   1 2 3

The same exact thing using a proportional font looks like this:

First Row   1 2 3

Second Row  1 2 3

Third Row   1 2 3

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Also, somewhat more elaborate versions of the pick 3 filters here and to come, also apply to the pick 4 game.

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Todd

I didn't know that, thank you very much.

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No problem!  Here's the chart using a fixed-space font (Courier):

0   1 0.5% 000

1   1 0.5% 001

2   2 0.9% 002 011

3   3 1.4% 003 012 111

4   4 1.8% 004 013 022 112

5   5 2.3% 005 014 023 113 122

6   7 3.2% 006 015 024 033 114 123 222

7   8 3.6% 007 016 025 034 115 124 133 223

8  10 4.5% 008 017 026 035 044 116 125 134 224 233

9  12 5.5% 009 018 027 036 045 117 126 135 144 225 234 333

10 13 5.9% 019 028 037 046 055 118 127 136 145 226 235 244 334

11 14 6.4% 029 038 047 056 119 128 137 146 155 227 236 245 335 344

12 15 6.8% 039 048 057 066 129 138 147 156 228 237 246 255 336 345 444

13 15 6.8% 049 058 067 139 148 157 166 229 238 247 256 337 346 355 445

14 15 6.8% 059 068 077 149 158 167 239 248 257 266 338 347 356 446 455

15 15 6.8% 069 078 159 168 177 249 258 267 339 348 357 366 447 456 555

16 14 6.4% 079 088 169 178 259 268 277 349 358 367 448 457 466 556

17 13 5.9% 089 179 188 269 278 359 368 377 449 458 467 557 566

18 12 5.5% 099 189 279 288 369 378 459 468 477 558 567 666

19 10 4.5% 199 289 379 388 469 478 559 568 577 667

20  8 3.6% 299 389 479 488 569 578 668 677

21  7 3.2% 399 489 579 588 669 678 777

22  5 2.3% 499 589 679 688 778

23  4 1.8% 599 689 779 788

24  3 1.4% 699 789 888

25  2 0.9% 799 889

26  1 0.5% 899

27  1 0.5% 999

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