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# How to know just 2 numbers will play (instead of 3)

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 Posted: May 27, 2006, 5:08 pm - IP Logged

Hi

I wanted to solicit the posters here for their thoughts on methods, strtegies, formulas, etc, on how one can know whether or not the coming draw in a Pick 3 game will be one with less than 3 numbers, i.e. 223 instead of 123, where one of the three numbers duplicate in the draw.

All ideas welcome.

Thanks

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 Posted: May 27, 2006, 5:12 pm - IP Logged

I don't think that even Einstein would have the answer to that!

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 Posted: May 27, 2006, 5:22 pm - IP Logged

Howdy fineart,

There are some states that are fairly consistent with their doubles. On an average, I expect a double every 3 to 5 draws. Sometimes the average does float around abit but they always seem to come back to the average of 3 to 5 drawings.

Hope that helps some,

Bryan  :)

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Unlike modern astrophysicists, Einstein didn't believe that God plays dice.

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 Posted: May 27, 2006, 6:42 pm - IP Logged

Hi

I wanted to solicit the posters here for their thoughts on methods, strtegies, formulas, etc, on how one can know whether or not the coming draw in a Pick 3 game will be one with less than 3 numbers, i.e. 223 instead of 123, where one of the three numbers duplicate in the draw.

All ideas welcome.

Thanks

What you're calling "less than three numbers"  is referred to by the players as "doubles".

Doubles hit, statistically, about 27% of the time. But in the short term, they can show up as much as four or more draws in a row. There just isn't any way to tell when they will show or not for certain. Pick 3 just isn't that easy.

For instance, SO Carolina midday right now hasn't had a double drawn for something ike the last 13 draws. That means a double is quite "overdue".  But whether it will fall on Monday or not (they don't play their game on Sunday middays) is always just a "guess".  Once one does fall there, yo ucan probably expect more than its share of doubles falling over the following week, as generally the game usually tries to do some "catching up" statistically.

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