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One man's straight is another man's boxed. Any 3 digit number ABC is 9 different combinations when boxed you still get paid.

I found this web site that lists every 3 digit number by date and state since at least 1998- some numbers in Il have fallen only one time some numbers have fallen in the year for various states about 135 times. I think htis is a high average.

I have 28 states in my db, for 2005 that makes 9755 draws.

Best boxed numbers:

 NbrTimes 
 134 78
 679 77
 047 74
 457 74
 125 73
 238 73
 239 72
 359 71
 468 71
 257 71

 

The worst numbers, any way, are 8 triples and 2 doubles. (001 and 226)

Best, straight

 NbrTimes 
 134 23
 271 21
 509 21
 257 20
 528 19
 704 19
 860 19
 832 19
 888 19
 889 18

 

That's for 28 states only... worst straight was 139 and 880

Exactly what was you point?

 What are the worst boxes and straights Paurths?

Worst boxes, including triples, all triples in fact; 555, 222, 444 & 777 (that was last year, for 28 states)
Worst boxes, dbls and 6-ways: 001, 226, 488, 228, 449, 144, 577, 119 --> then jump to 6-ways 037 (this one still fell 37 times...), 139, 027, 356, 067, 124, 019, 024, 148... these came out from 34 to 44 times.

Worst straights: fell 2 times: 139, 880, 622, 190, 240, 191
fell 3 times: 848, 459, 368, 637, 270, 121, 100, 760, 010, 861

 

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    One man's straight is another man's boxed. Any 3 digit number ABC is 9 different combinations when boxed you still get paid.

    I found this web site that lists every 3 digit number by date and state since at least 1998- some numbers in Il have fallen only one time some numbers have fallen in the year for various states about 135 times. I think htis is a high average.

    I have 28 states in my db, for 2005 that makes 9755 draws.

    Best boxed numbers:

     NbrTimes 
     134 78
     679 77
     047 74
     457 74
     125 73
     238 73
     239 72
     359 71
     468 71
     257 71

     

    The worst numbers, any way, are 8 triples and 2 doubles. (001 and 226)

    Best, straight

     NbrTimes 
     134 23
     271 21
     509 21
     257 20
     528 19
     704 19
     860 19
     832 19
     888 19
     889 18

     

    That's for 28 states only... worst straight was 139 and 880

    Exactly what was you point?

     What are the worst boxes and straights Paurths?

    Worst boxes, including triples, all triples in fact; 555, 222, 444 & 777 (that was last year, for 28 states)
    Worst boxes, dbls and 6-ways: 001, 226, 488, 228, 449, 144, 577, 119 --> then jump to 6-ways 037 (this one still fell 37 times...), 139, 027, 356, 067, 124, 019, 024, 148... these came out from 34 to 44 times.

    Worst straights: fell 2 times: 139, 880, 622, 190, 240, 191
    fell 3 times: 848, 459, 368, 637, 270, 121, 100, 760, 010, 861

     

    I don't know where you are getting your info from, or maybe I'm just misunderstanding what you are saying.  You said that 139 fell only 2 times in 2005?  Here is what I show:

    Tue, Oct 25, 2005 British Columbia Daily 3 1-3-9
    Wed, Oct 19, 2005 Pennsylvania Daily Number 1-3-9
    Sun, Sep 25, 2005 Washington Daily 1-3-9
    Fri, Sep 9, 2005 Quebec La Quotidienne 3 1-3-9
    Sat, Aug 13, 2005 Nebraska Pick 3 1-3-9
    Sat, Apr 9, 2005 Louisiana Pick 3 1-3-9
    Sat, Mar 19, 2005 Ohio Pick 3 1-3-9
    Sun, Jan 30, 2005 British Columbia Daily 3 1-3-9

    You also said that 190 fell only 2 times.  Here is what I show:

    Mon, Dec 5, 2005 Idaho Pick 3 1-9-0
    Wed, Nov 9, 2005 Connecticut Play 3 1-9-0
    Tue, Oct 11, 2005 Connecticut Play 3 1-9-0
    Wed, Sep 28, 2005 New Mexico Pick 3 1-9-0
    Sat, Sep 3, 2005 West Virginia Daily 3 1-9-0
    Mon, Aug 22, 2005 Maryland Pick 3 1-9-0
    Sun, Jun 12, 2005 New York Numbers 1-9-0
    Sun, Jun 5, 2005 Maryland Midday Pick 3 1-9-0
    Sun, May 15, 2005 Washington, D.C. Lucky Numbers 1-9-0
    Sun, May 8, 2005 Maryland Midday Pick 3 1-9-0
    Thu, Apr 21, 2005 South Carolina Pick 3 1-9-0
    Fri, Feb 11, 2005 Missouri Pick 3 1-9-0
    Mon, Jan 17, 2005 Washington, D.C. Midday Lucky Numbers 1-9-0
    Thu, Jan 13, 2005 Delaware Midday 3 1-9-0

    So, I must be misunderstanding you when you say they fell only 2 times straight in 2005.

     

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      That's why i wrote each time that i have only 28 states in my database CD.
      AZ
      CA (m)
      CA (e)
      DE (e)
      FL (e)
      GA (e)
      GA (m)
      IL (m)
      IL (e)
      MI (m)
      MI (e)
      NJ (m)
      NJ (e)
      NY (m)
      NY (e)
      OH (m)
      OH (e)
      PA (m)
      PA (e)
      SC (m)
      SC (e)
      TN (e)
      Tri state (m)
      Tri State (e)
      TX (e)
      VA (m)
      VA (e)
      WC

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        That's why i wrote each time that i have only 28 states in my database CD.
        AZ
        CA (m)
        CA (e)
        DE (e)
        FL (e)
        GA (e)
        GA (m)
        IL (m)
        IL (e)
        MI (m)
        MI (e)
        NJ (m)
        NJ (e)
        NY (m)
        NY (e)
        OH (m)
        OH (e)
        PA (m)
        PA (e)
        SC (m)
        SC (e)
        TN (e)
        Tri state (m)
        Tri State (e)
        TX (e)
        VA (m)
        VA (e)
        WC

        Why so limited?  I have all states going back YEARS!  It is called LotteryPost.  Perhaps you can't get a premium membership since you live outside of the United States. 

         

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          That's why i wrote each time that i have only 28 states in my database CD.
          AZ
          CA (m)
          CA (e)
          DE (e)
          FL (e)
          GA (e)
          GA (m)
          IL (m)
          IL (e)
          MI (m)
          MI (e)
          NJ (m)
          NJ (e)
          NY (m)
          NY (e)
          OH (m)
          OH (e)
          PA (m)
          PA (e)
          SC (m)
          SC (e)
          TN (e)
          Tri state (m)
          Tri State (e)
          TX (e)
          VA (m)
          VA (e)
          WC

          Why so limited?  I have all states going back YEARS!  It is called LotteryPost.  Perhaps you can't get a premium membership since you live outside of the United States. 

           

          Hi CD,

          the first draw i have is 05/22/1975, NJ evening. (i have a total draws of over 80 000 today)
          Well, it's pretty "limited" since i did not get around to download all of the states/games.
          I'm sure a premium membership is a pretty great thing, since i heard so many splendid things about it.
          But i like to have my own data, in my own program, so when i need something or think of a "new" way of approaching it, i can just code it myself and half an hour later i have a visual of it.

          Whenever i hear of a "traveling number", i just popup a screen where all the draws are on and let the number be highlighted so its "path" jumps out "in my face".

          But i've been lazy lately, and i should get to download the rest of the states.

          Anyway, these lists i typed were just to show that some numbers fall more often then others. But it was just for one year.
          Take several years into acount, and they will all float around an average.
          Each digit will eventually come out an equal amount of times, in time due. It's"the moment" in which the game is in that counts. If e.g. digit 3 falls like crazy, then it's crazy not to play it just b/c the other digits have to make an extra effort to get closer to the amount of times hit. (which eventually they will)

          Like you say, play what's hot, not what's not.

          G's
          Ricky

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            Posted: January 7, 2006, 4:11 pm - IP Logged

            I understand, Ricky.  Good Luck.