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How hard is it to pick 1 digit out of 3??

 hard [ 4 ] [11.43%] easy [ 15 ] [42.86%] peace of cake [ 6 ] [17.14%] not sure [ 4 ] [11.43%] very hard [ 3 ] [8.57%] I thought we have to pick 3 [ 3 ] [8.57%] Total Valid Votes [ 35 ] Discarded Votes [ 6 ]
South Carolina
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If I were to choose one digit for the draw I would look at these for a high probabiliy. For me that is cutting the choice from 10 down to 4 to choose from.

They are in groups with two digits per group. One group or the other will hit frequently and a percentage of time both groups the same draw having a digit or digits from each group.

group # 1
digits__1 & 6

Group # 2
digits__2 & 7

WHATT

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If you notice the last 3 times digits repeated they all come from the same position what would this tell you?

Say this is yesterday's number 890 and we are trying to guess which one will repeat. If I told you that the first position had repeated the next day every day for the last 4 days which number would you chose now?

It's all about position the last repeats came from. Play with that. It still runs in cycles. Averages are as close as you will ever come. After that it's luck.

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9 is the most drawn digit in pick 3...

Question of the day:  How do you know when the 1 digit number (9) is due to hit in the next draw?

Zoozie

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Napoleon Hill

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Question: How do you select a Pick-3 numbers?

Answer: One (1) Digit at a time.

ok one digit at a time...

GIVE ME A DIGIT??????????

Laverne sems to think it's easy from what I can see....all she needs is her gems which is made up of 3 digits so some how she had to get those 3 digits right?

So raven62 give me one digit for tommorrow from any state you choose?

This is a theory of making pick 3 a pick 1 game....so far no one has stepped up to the test.....

thanks

PP

"Laverne sems to think it's easy from what I can see....all she needs is her gems which is made up of 3 digits so some how she had to get those 3 digits right?"

I didnot get the 3 digits one at a time. There were no calculations involved. I got the 3 digits all at once, by tracking which 3 digit doubles were truly making a mark in performance & what other 3 digit doubles came out around the same time with the same or similar impact. I FOUND THEM...& I have shared them.

MD
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Here's my take on this I also opt for a repeat digit to show from the last draw except when a certain digit has been drawn 3 times in a row in any position. Then I toss that digit out.

I also think people feel as if they when they play the three digit game that there picking 3 digits out of ten when in fact in ball drawings that use three machines to draw the balls your picking or choosing 1 digit from three different machines. So in essence you choosing 3 balls to show out of 30 balls. This is what makes these games so hard to figure out. Even though it seems as though your picking three digits out of 10.

So I look at each position as a separate entity and try to guess which one digit will show in each different position based on the past performance of the remaining digits that have been drawn in those positions. Try tracking the digits separately in the three positions until the cycle through all ten digits and see which digits get the most play sometimes over the course of the cycle time the digits that get the most show time will also be the three digits that will be drawn. tracking each position will also show you which digits haven't been getting drawn and sure enough they will be drawn.

Big John says. You don't hit the number. The number hits you!!!!

I'm not Big John, I'm Four4me, Big John's a friend.
South Fort Myers
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The 9 digit was drawn 412 times from December 1 thru December 29 boxed/straight in ALL states.

Zoozie

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Napoleon Hill

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 Posted: December 30, 2005, 11:15 am - IP Logged

Question: How do you select a Pick-3 numbers?

Answer: One (1) Digit at a time.

ok one digit at a time...

GIVE ME A DIGIT??????????

Laverne sems to think it's easy from what I can see....all she needs is her gems which is made up of 3 digits so some how she had to get those 3 digits right?

So raven62 give me one digit for tommorrow from any state you choose?

This is a theory of making pick 3 a pick 1 game....so far no one has stepped up to the test.....

thanks

PP

"Laverne sems to think it's easy from what I can see....all she needs is her gems which is made up of 3 digits so some how she had to get those 3 digits right?"

I didnot get the 3 digits one at a time. There were no calculations involved. I got the 3 digits all at once, by tracking which 3 digit doubles were truly making a mark in performance & what other 3 digit doubles came out around the same time with the same or similar impact. I FOUND THEM...& I have shared them.

Research pays dividends

WHATT

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I hit the button before I finished:  These individual digit results are box/straight for Dec. 1 thru Dec. 29 - ALL states

Digit 1 - drawn 440 times

Digit 2 - drawn 446 times

Digit 3 - drawn 454 times

Digit 4 - drawn 426 times

Digit 5 - drawn 416 times

Digit 6 - drawn 423 times

Digit 7 - drawn 427 times

Digit 8 - drawn 462 times

Digit 9 - drawn 412 times

Digit 0 - drawn 404 times

Zoozie

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Napoleon Hill

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 Posted: December 30, 2005, 12:53 pm - IP Logged

I would say  6 for TN....

OLD/Vtrac

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 Posted: December 30, 2005, 12:56 pm - IP Logged

PP you wanted a digit per state and  the methods we use to get them right?

Florence, Alabama
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ok Imma try this on midday

tn - 7

ky- 0

il - 9

I love doubles and remember, it's just a game!!!!!!

Florence, Alabama
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I would say  6 for TN....

Is that for midday or evening? I'm looking for 979 or 975 to fall soon in tn

I love doubles and remember, it's just a game!!!!!!

Switching between Fairfax, VA and Belgium
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I would say  6 for TN....

Is that for midday or evening? I'm looking for 979 or 975 to fall soon in tn

For TN eve i like digit 7 also
(783, 793, 789)

FEMA Region V Camp #21
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Powerplayer,

I use the original Power Trails method with a short history (last 7-12 draws).

The number in the "H" position comes in the most often.

(Anyone wanting more information on Power Trails, please go to lotto-logix.com. Bob P does a great job of explaining it on his site).

Using IL evening for 12/30 and last 7 draws as a history:

A = 4
B = 3
C = 1
D = 7
E = 8
F = 5
G = 0
H = 2
I = 6
J = 9

So my "key number" for IL tonight (12/30) would be ...."2"....

Good thread and good luck to everyone today!

Posted 4/6:  IL Pick 3 midday and evening until they hit:  555, 347 (str8).

FEMA Region V Camp #21
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After my post I went to the home page. It was already on the second page of recent posts.

Either there are a lot of people posting on here today or a lot of people doing multiple postings.

Anyhow, I think Powerplayer's thread is a good one so this is an official "bump".

BTW, if you have an older machine like mine and were unable to use the text functions and emoticons, go to Control Panel then Board Settings and disable the Rich Text editor.

If it works you should see a "thumbs up" emoticon below this.

Posted 4/6:  IL Pick 3 midday and evening until they hit:  555, 347 (str8).

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