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# Small Pick3 Pattern....

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I noticed a small patterns on pick3, but it requires you to bet on certain occasions/days. Plus it presents some challenges. To me it just prove that pick3 favors the house/state in this case...If you take a sample of 60 previous draw for pick3, and you list their sum total in order. Example of sum total is: 4-5-3=12, 3-6-9=18 and so on. You must treat "0" as 10...You then "take the difference" between the sum total of each combination against following sum total and you ad a "minus" sign or a "plus" sign..Example if sum total #1 is 18 and sum total #2 is 20 you add a "plus" sign to the difference. In this case the difference is going to be "+2"...Anothe example. if sum total #7 is 14 and sum total # 8 is 11, you add a "minus' sign to the difference. In this case the difference is going to be "-3"...and if sum total # 9 is 12 you the add a "plus" sign to the difference. In this case is going to be a "+1"...Here is where the pattern comes..Whenever you see two plus [+,+] signs the following sum total difference is going to be the opposite; minus [-] in this case..But only the following, not the one after the following...Same thing with two minus signs [-, -], if you see them the following sum total difference is almost going have a plus [+] sign...And if for some reason the following becomes the same sign and it becomes three plus [+,+,+], or three minus [-, -, -] signs, you "definately" know that the forth sum total is going to be the opposite...Now what those this tell? Well it tells you what difference to look for, positive or negative...Example if you have sum total 11 and the following sum total is 13 and the following sum total is 16, you then have two plus [+2, +3] signs, this tells you that the forth sum total is going to beyond 16, it tells you that the forth sum total is going to be below 16, and with this in mind you can then filter all your combinations so that they will have sum totals below 16...Is very, very seldom that three plus signs or three minus signs in a row will appear, and almost certain that 4 plus or minus signs in a row will appear...4 plus or minus signs in a row is unheard of....Two plus or minus signs in a rown doesn't happen very often, i might happen like 5 times in a month, but whenever you see it you know what to bet or look for in your combinations...

With this in mind, here are the challenges, i still don't see how you will beat the house though..I was looking at wheels for pick3 from lottopro, and i found the following wheels: Let me start by Six: 6 numbers 20 tickets, 7 numbers 35 tickets, 8 numbers 56 tickets, 9 numbers 84 tickets, and 10 numbers 120 tickets...They all guarantee a 3 of 3 boxed matches..

Even if you managed to select what's going to be the next 3 winning numbers into a sum total range, that still will not cover the wheels for when the numbers repeat. Examp. 6-1-1, 8-8-3, 2-0-2, etc...Which is more combinations/dollars added to your already truncated/filtered wheel......Now let's say you used a 9 number wheel and you truncated/filtered it, i'll say to 40 of the 84 sets that it requires, now let's say you add 30 more combinations accounted for the repeated numbers wheel, that's going to be 70 dollars. If you get it correct and don't miss the 1 extra number you will be making a profit of 10 dollars....For those who like predict/forecast, you can use this tip for your predictions...

If you all have opinions you are welcome to add...

"....Keno is "el diablo cazador de hombres"...............you can't see it..............and it skins them............."                            from movie "Predator"...........

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If you can truncated say 9 numbers wheel to a small size, let's say 25 with the difference sum total range, and you can wheel lots of repeated numbers[let's say 8 numbers] into a very small size, let's say 20, you could make a profit, otherwise you will come up losing...

".........Keno is "el diablo cazador de hombres"...............you can't see it..............and it skins them........                                from movie "Predator"............

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 Posted: June 8, 2006, 6:14 pm - IP Logged

guys, i saw the same thing with Fl Megamoney. I took a 3 month sample [though is a very, very small sample] and i noticed the same thing with their sum total difference [you don't add up the mega ball]...For example. If two adjacent lines have sum totals positive signs the following line is almost very likely to be negative and if it isn't for some reason the following line to that you can almost be certain is going to be negative...Same case if two adjacent lines (draws) have sum totals negative....again what does this mean? It tells you when to bet, and what sum totals to have in your combinations...Example..If draw (line) #16 is 92 and draw #17 is 98, and then draw # 18 is 105, then is very likely that draw (line) # 19 is going to be all combinations whose sum totals is less than 105.....

You can then filter/tailor your combinations to have all sum totals less than 105...This case only occurs on certain times. It may show up once a month...Is good for those who like to predict, you can filter your forecasted lines to have a certain sum total..I think this is a pattern is common on pick5 and pick3 lotteries....

I made a mistake on the post [titled: small pick3 pattern]....This sentence should be deleted: "this tells you that the forth sum total is going to beyond 16"  Is not going to be beyond 16 but below 16.....

"......Keno is "el diablo cazador de hombres".................you can't see it................and it skins them.............."                                            from movie "Predator"..........

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