|Posted: March 2, 2006, 7:19 am - IP Logged|
I'm working on a system that I'll show here in this post. I think it has great potential but I really need some input from you guys. My imagination has run it's course and I can't seem to come up with additional markers to help flag or narrow down a pool of picks that would be reasonable and economically playable.
Here's how it works...
The system tries to predict a small group of numbers that will be played for a 6-way, a 3-way or a triple straight win only.
This graph is tracking the Oklahoma Pick 3, btw, and is current as of the writing of this post.
The numbers along the bottom of the graph are the winning picks for the daily pick 3 here in Oklahoma.
The first column of numbers starting at the bottom with 0 and ending with 27 at the top represent the raw values of the picks, example - the winning pick 019 has a raw value of 10, 339 has a raw value of 15, ect. I'm simply adding the digits together for their values.
The inside column of numbers starting at the bottom with 0 and ending with 81 at the top represent the group value and it is derived as follows...
0 = 0
1 = 21
2 = 12
3 = 3
4 = 24
5 = 15
6 = 6
7 = 27
8 = 18
9 = 9
I have a breakdown of the group numbers for the 6-way that I'll post here.
So, this is how I gragh a pick...
019's raw value is 10 and it's group value is (0 = 0) + (1 = 21) + (9 = 9) for a total of 30.
I place a smaller circle at the 30 spot to represent the group value and a larger circle at the 10 spot to represent the raw value. Then I connect the lines to show a range. The outcome somewhat represents a candlestick pattern, if you are familiar with charting stocks.
339's raw value is 15 and it's group value is (3 = 3) + (3 = 3) + (9 = 9) for a total of 15.
On the graph, you can see it graphed accordingly.
There are a total of 220 possibilities to choose from in a pool of single digit, double digit, and triple digit choices. A single digit choice would be a number like, 123. A double digit choice would be like 112, and a triple digit choice would be like 111.
Here's the actual working graph...
and here's the group value breakdown page for just the 6-way picks...
I'm hoping someone can come up with some more markers for this and we can apply them to better predict the direction of the next drawing. As of now, It's too expensive to play it and win.