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Older Pick3 TTT System

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Posted: July 16, 2005, 4:22 pm - IP Logged

I reckon I should have prefaced my message with "Test on Paper" first. And yes, it is correct that those 3 spots come up the same. What I did miss write was that I also compare these 3 spots with another location on my spreadsheet that tends to hit together. My apologies to anyone that feels mislead. As for the validity of the system, I guess each must prove it for themselves in their state (again, I assume on paper first).

One of the things I have done is identified (for GA) where the presumed hot spots are that the winning numbers tend to come in at. Also, I make note of the day of the week along with each hot spot, because it does seem to matter.

Finally, I hope no one thinks I wish to take credit for this. Because I must say, all of the systems I have built into my spreadsheets are ideas I have read here and a few other places. Just thought it was something worth sharing.

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    Posted: July 16, 2005, 4:56 pm - IP Logged

    No problem SirMetro, good intention is what counts.


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      Posted: July 16, 2005, 5:03 pm - IP Logged

      Well I tried love it or leave it, testing it for the past 10 days with not even 1 box hit.

      Go figure!

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        Posted: July 16, 2005, 7:05 pm - IP Logged

         

        Are you sure that isn't just a mathematical parlor trick?  I tried it with 887, 802, 147, 008 and 123 and each time it came out exactly as you said.  I'm going to write a program tonight to run through all 1000 possible 3 digit numbers to verify, but it looks to me like it ALWAYS comes out with matching numbers for the add and subtract boards in those three positions.

        (Hey Pac... you said you ran it for 8 days with no match... can you please post a couple of those numbers so I can verify?  Thanks...)

        Pinback, this does seem to be a "numbers trick" that  is inherent in runnng this TTT.

        I did it for ten consecutive past drawings, and even if the combination that hits is a double, you still get the same three digits in that "L" within the two TTTs.  Therefore, both the plus and the minus TTT will always agree by having the same three digits in that "L" area in the TTTs.... I got zero hits in my past history backcheck from that "L" area.  I think this is one of those cases where we can fool ourselves if we get lucky with a boxed hit and think that it is a lot more significant as a system than it is...

        Pinback, I'd be interested in seeing how your program for running this turns out....My guess is that it will always show the same three digits in both TTTs in that "L" no matter what the previously drawn combination was...

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          Posted: July 16, 2005, 7:12 pm - IP Logged

           

          Are you sure that isn't just a mathematical parlor trick?  I tried it with 887, 802, 147, 008 and 123 and each time it came out exactly as you said.  I'm going to write a program tonight to run through all 1000 possible 3 digit numbers to verify, but it looks to me like it ALWAYS comes out with matching numbers for the add and subtract boards in those three positions.

          (Hey Pac... you said you ran it for 8 days with no match... can you please post a couple of those numbers so I can verify?  Thanks...)

          Pinback, this does seem to be a "numbers trick" that  is inherent in runnng this TTT.

          I did it for ten consecutive past drawings, and even if the combination that hits is a double, you still get the same three digits in that "L" within the two TTTs.  Therefore, both the plus and the minus TTT will always agree by having the same three digits in that "L" area in the TTTs.... I got zero hits in my past history backcheck from that "L" area.  I think this is one of those cases where we can fool ourselves if we get lucky with a boxed hit and think that it is a lot more significant as a system than it is...

          Pinback, I'd be interested in seeing how your program for running this turns out....My guess is that it will always show the same three digits in both TTTs in that "L" no matter what the previously drawn combination was...

          I'm not going to bother, because it's obvious to me that it will always come out the same.

          However, I am going to write a program to try out this:

          http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/87028?q=NBEY6

          And run it against the histories of both Pick 3 games in Ohio.  It's also a TTT-based method, but completely different.

          I'm curious to see if it has merit... I'll let everyone know...

           


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            Posted: July 16, 2005, 7:25 pm - IP Logged

            Yes, Pinback, I was going to ask you whether you can come up with a program.

            I tried it the past ten days without winning anything.

            If you can come up with a hundred or so days of analyzing, that would save alot of time-

            consuming effort.


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              Posted: July 16, 2005, 7:54 pm - IP Logged

              Pinback is the man!!!!!

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                Posted: July 16, 2005, 7:58 pm - IP Logged

                Pinback is the man!!!!!

                 

                Don't be too nice to me... I haven't won you anything yet...  <g>

                 


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                  Posted: July 16, 2005, 8:11 pm - IP Logged

                  Winning  is  what I'm looking for. Of course that would be nice. What I'm seeking

                  is the ability to quickly run a past history and input it into a program, and be able to see

                  how well a system is doing. Knowing how to make a program like the one above is priceless to me.

                  Pinback does just that!!!

                  Present Pinback with a system and if willing, he'll inter-twine, what is presented to him,

                  putting it in a program. That's what I love. Continual observation. Letting everybody know whether it's a good system or not.

                  Again, I want a challenge of ideas......instantly testing.....constantly........updates.

                  Thanx all!!!!!!

                   

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                    Posted: July 17, 2005, 11:03 am - IP Logged

                     

                    Are you sure that isn't just a mathematical parlor trick?  I tried it with 887, 802, 147, 008 and 123 and each time it came out exactly as you said.  I'm going to write a program tonight to run through all 1000 possible 3 digit numbers to verify, but it looks to me like it ALWAYS comes out with matching numbers for the add and subtract boards in those three positions.

                    (Hey Pac... you said you ran it for 8 days with no match... can you please post a couple of those numbers so I can verify?  Thanks...)

                    Pinback, this does seem to be a "numbers trick" that  is inherent in runnng this TTT.

                    I did it for ten consecutive past drawings, and even if the combination that hits is a double, you still get the same three digits in that "L" within the two TTTs.  Therefore, both the plus and the minus TTT will always agree by having the same three digits in that "L" area in the TTTs.... I got zero hits in my past history backcheck from that "L" area.  I think this is one of those cases where we can fool ourselves if we get lucky with a boxed hit and think that it is a lot more significant as a system than it is...

                    Pinback, I'd be interested in seeing how your program for running this turns out....My guess is that it will always show the same three digits in both TTTs in that "L" no matter what the previously drawn combination was...

                    I'm not going to bother, because it's obvious to me that it will always come out the same.

                    However, I am going to write a program to try out this:

                    http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/87028?q=NBEY6

                    And run it against the histories of both Pick 3 games in Ohio.  It's also a TTT-based method, but completely different.

                    I'm curious to see if it has merit... I'll let everyone know...

                     

                    Two questions related to this one (the link above, not the one that started this thread).  Any opinions are welcome.

                    When the TTT chart is complete and the numbers to play obtained, the player is supposed to wait until a current drawing appears (using any normal TTT move) on the TTT chart.

                    1) How LONG do we wait?  If it just takes a day or two... no biggie.  But what if a week goes by?  Two weeks?  Is there a maximum amount of time the player should wait before figuring it isn't going to happen and recreate the chart and play numbers?

                    And once the currently drawn number does appear on the TTT chart, the numbers the player is supposed to play should appear "soon".

                    2) Uh... HOW soon?  Again... how long should the player wait?  If the player doesn't hit in two days should they scrap the TTT chart and do it again to get new numbers?  Should the player wait a week or more for the numbers to hit?

                    It's entirely possible a drawing number could appear in the TTT chart, then the player would sit around for months before the numbers that were supposed to hit actually hit (if ever)!  This method needs some limits put on it in order for me to create a program that will give any meaningful results.

                    So any opinions on (1) how long to wait for a number drawn to appear in the TTT chart, and (2) once that happens, how long to wait for the numbers you play to hit before figuring it isn't going to happen and starting over.

                    Thanks...


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                      Posted: July 17, 2005, 11:17 am - IP Logged

                      I took Blackapple's recommendation to try Nbey6's twist on this, and ran it for 10 days.

                      I didn't win anything at all. Nbey6 does say that in some states, its a little wacky at times.

                      So maybe it's in a slump now. I should have tested farther back than 10 days. I was tired

                      and couldn't do anymore. I would have won nothing, had I played those 10 days.

                      So I don't know what all the hoopla was about.