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A Better Method for Pick3

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Since i'm at it, these are the "best" 20 picks that fall the draw before any of the gem$
Still boxed count.

NbrHits
01922
12421
25720
45720
06819
04719
13519
01818
35918
46718
25917
07817
02616
68916
15816
36716
16716
12716
12516
37816

 

The story changes when i count only the straights, Bob.

Here are the best 20 that fall within a timelimit of 7 days prior to a gem$hit. Notice the 555 in 4th place!!!

NbrHits
91932
45329
21127
55527
56126
50326
34026
28125
74125
77425
68825
87625
68125
02625
15825
38425
08925
44725
64425
77525

 

These are the top 20 that hit the draw before a gem$hit.

NbrHits
1588
9198
6467
9237
5007
1096
0306
8066
6446
3736
2756
3136
4766
8086
8586
6236
9016
0226
6636
8756

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    I would like to piggy back on what CARBOB stated & adding could you put the info in my post Trigger Doubles, (here is the link)  http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/126450

    because it is related to the gem$ & very important. I want to try to keep all of the discussion for the most part in one location for easier access. Thanks.

    Hi Laverne,

    it takes forever to load the page when i add a new post with all them tables...

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      Paurths,

        Thanks, another request, will you do the tests with just the mirrors and one for the totals of the "Gems"?

      Bob

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        Paurths,

          Thanks, another request, will you do the tests with just the mirrors and one for the totals of the "Gems"?

        Bob

        Hi Bob,

        you mean in stead of 334/344 --> 889/899?

        And what exactly do you mean with totals of the gems?

        G's
        Ricky

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          Paurths,

            Thanks, another request, will you do the tests with just the mirrors and one for the totals of the "Gems"?

          Bob

          Hi Bob,

          you mean in stead of 334/344 --> 889/899?

          And what exactly do you mean with totals of the gems?

          G's
          Ricky

          Paurths,

            I just wanted to know how many times each of the mirrors and totals preceded the gem draws.

          Thanks,

            Bob

          GEMMIRRORTOTAL
          334889665
          335880664
          339884660
          337882662
          344899655
          355800644
          377822622
          399844600

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            Here you go Bob,

            Test for 7 draws before Nbr falls.

            Nbr: 334
            Total hits: 279
            Mirror: 889: 6 times
            Total 665: 5 times

            Nbr:344
            Total hits: 265
            Mirror 899: 4 times
            Total 556: 6 times

            Nbr:335
            Total hits: 258
            Mirror 880: 0 times
            Total 466: 9 times

            Nbr:355
            Total hits: 253
            Mirror 800: 3 times
            Total 446: 7 times

            Nbr:337
            Total hits: 265
            Mirror 882: 9 times
            Total 662: 0 times

            Nbr:377
            Total hits: 289
            Mirror 822: 7 times
            Total 622: 6 times

            Nbr:339
            Total hits: 246
            Mirror 884: 4 times
            Total 660: 3 times

            Nbr:399
            Total hits: 272
            Mirror 844: 10 times
            Total 600: 10 times


            Nbr:337,377,339,399,335,355,334,443
            Total hits: 2099

             Nbr  Hits
            44657
            00649
            88947
            22847
            89944
            44843
            00842
            56642
            48840
            28840
            22640
            46639
            06639
            55637
            08837
            26629

            Makes a total of 672 times.
            Meaning, that if one of these falls, one of the gems will follow 1 in 3 times, within a 7-day window!!!

            $$$$$$$$

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              I just looked at a "visual of this", and the last thing i wrote is not exactly true, that about 1 in 3 times on of the gems will follow.
              It happens a lot that two or more of the mirrors & totals fall together within 7 draws, before a gem$, so the count is still valid, but the 1 in 3 odds are not correct. In fact, i think it rather goes to 1 in 8 or something... i will have to check my code again for this counter.
              Also i noticed that it works some periods, then nothing comes at all.
              They also like to fall with each other, these mirrors and totals...

               

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                Paurths, you are a genius Approve

                 

                I wish I knew how to write code like that.  (Thinking about going back to school to learn how) 

                BTW:  I got that book you told me about.  Now I want more books Yes Nod

                WTG:Laverne

                L ttaL   T

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                  Paurths

                  From a purely scientific angle, I would bet that the results would be different if you divided your database in half. Or by each individual State.   Each half or State would have its own set of 20 numbers with only a few overlapping.

                  Things I have checked that are similar have shown me that one week a certain number will "predict" the outcome but the next week, it is something else that "predicts" the outcome. Therefore not much can be drawn from the results because of a lack of consistency in the numbers. At least that has always been the outcome from my experience.

                  If you have the energy and feel like attempting the workouts....I'd like to be proved wrong on this.

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                    Paurths

                    From a purely scientific angle, I would bet that the results would be different if you divided your database in half. Or by each individual State.   Each half or State would have its own set of 20 numbers with only a few overlapping.

                    Things I have checked that are similar have shown me that one week a certain number will "predict" the outcome but the next week, it is something else that "predicts" the outcome. Therefore not much can be drawn from the results because of a lack of consistency in the numbers. At least that has always been the outcome from my experience.

                    If you have the energy and feel like attempting the workouts....I'd like to be proved wrong on this.

                    Hi truecritic,

                    the counting is done within one state at a time.

                    State A
                    If it finds a gem$, it will gather the 7 draws prior to that gem and start counting each number.
                    Then it moves on to the next gem it finds.

                    Then it moves to state B
                    If it finds a gem$, it will gather the 7 draws prior to that gem and start counting each number.
                    Then it moves on to the next gem it finds.

                    and so on...

                    so yes, surely there will be states among this that have a totally different pattern.
                    lol i don't have the energy or time right now to adjust these tests.
                    Perhaps i will do them tonight, or tomorrow,... perhaps...

                    G's
                    Ricky

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                      Paurths, you are a genius Approve

                       

                      I wish I knew how to write code like that.  (Thinking about going back to school to learn how) 

                      BTW:  I got that book you told me about.  Now I want more books Yes Nod

                      WTG:Laverne

                      Hi Kimberlee,

                      thanx, but not a genius at all. Just another guy trying to find a way, or the way, to get some sure hits.
                      Oops, don't remember about any book... are you sure that came from me? (not that i doubt your memory, but i sure have doubts about mine! ;-)

                      G's
                      Ricky

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                        Paurths,

                          If the code is correct, then the results show ,what I was believing to be the case. I think the mirrors and totals of the gems bring the gems more than one combo. As lottaloot stated " you are very good". Thanks, very good info. BTW, pm me with the name of the book, please.

                        Bob

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                          Paurths

                          I see, you have your database setup the opposite of what I thought.

                          It's nothing critical...you've done a massive amount of work already.  My experiences simply showed that you can't necessarily count on predicting with results of that type.

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                            Paurths

                            I see, you have your database setup the opposite of what I thought.

                            It's nothing critical...you've done a massive amount of work already.  My experiences simply showed that you can't necessarily count on predicting with results of that type.

                            Hi truecritic,

                            what you mean, "the opoosite of what i thought"?
                            I've setup the database in a relational design. Pretty basic and to the point. States, and states have draws, pure and simple.
                            I have lots of other tables setup in it (which i will not discuss here)

                            Don't worry, i'm not some lunatic that will go crazy when someone points me towards an error in my code or so. Wink
                            It was just data that was requested, that's all, and i happened to have that data, nothing more than that.
                            Here's a view of the mirrors & totals, not much gem$ show up after them...

                            G's

                            Ricky

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                              Paurths

                              I thought you had the entire database as one giant 87,000 - didn't realize it was State by State - a little thought on my end should have figured it was State by State. No, certainly nothing to do with errors.