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Posted: July 14, 2006, 2:08 pm - IP Logged

Sysp34,

  Great job of breaking down the pick 3. I was hoping you would comment in this thread. Everyone pay close attention to what Ragwi reports. He's very smart and breaks down the pick 3 and 4, very good. Keep up the good work Ragwi. You know I'll be paying attention.

Bob

 

 

Hi Bob

thanks, and it was basic occurrence of 1000 numbers :)

and how to choose right pattern is the challenge of pick3/4 so far i just found wheeling system 4x3x3, 4x2x2x2, 3x3x2x2 but only to play boxed numbers lol

how to twist the series combination for str8 hit is next challenge maybe i can use singles/unmacth 120 series for each position but i have no idea yet LOL

eg FL result

     vpos1     vpos2     vpos3
373             
465     347     367     356
736     478     356     569
859     178     035     469
104     158     057     349
573     157     078     234
782     579     078     238
908     789     018     238
813     089     015     238
052     08x     15x     23x

v: vertical

pos 1 x= 9
pos 2 x= 6789
pos 3 x= 456789

964, 965, 967, 968, 974, 975, 976, 978, 984, 985, 986, 987
966, 969, 977, 979, 988, 989, 994, 995, 996, 997, 998
999

good luck

sysp34

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    Posted: July 14, 2006, 4:43 pm - IP Logged

    Stefan,

    I just wanted to say "thanks" again for the incredible tool which you've created.  I just went back again to take another look at it today.  And that was mainly prompted by your posts this afternoon. 

    I wasn't quite sure how to use it, but after I read the instructions on the LP that you made, it all started to ring a little bit more clear to me. 

    Again, thanks for sharing and all of the hard work that you do to really help others.  You are indeed very much appreciated.

    PayMeNow

    I did the same today & I could not agree more with u & that's wow! what a great tool!  thanks Stefan!

     

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      Hi Sysp34,

       

      Could you please clarify where you got these figures:

      quote:

      "wheel of 4x3x3 ( i don't know if this right interpretation)

      H=hot, M=medium, C=Cold           Digits
      CMH = 21.6%                     0 = 10%
      CMM = 14.4%                     1 = 10%
      MMH = 14.4%                     2 = 10%
      CCM = 10.8%                     3 = 10%
      MHH = 10.8%                     4 = 10%
      CCH = 8.1%                     5 = 10%
      CHH = 8.1%                     6 = 10%
      MMM = 6.4%                     7 = 10%
      CCC = 2.7%                     8 = 10%
      HHH = 2.7%                     9 = 10%"

      End quote

       

      Thanks you very much for your report !

      All the best,

       

      Stefan

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        Posted: July 14, 2006, 6:48 pm - IP Logged

        Sysp34,

          Great job of breaking down the pick 3. I was hoping you would comment in this thread. Everyone pay close attention to what Ragwi reports. He's very smart and breaks down the pick 3 and 4, very good. Keep up the good work Ragwi. You know I'll be paying attention.

        Bob

         

         

        Bob,

        My free tool on pick3stats.com invites you to break down the pick 3 games yourself. Simply copy all possible straight combinations from this list (http://www.pick3stats.com/pick3combos.txt), and paste them into the text-box just below the main graph. Now click on the "GO"-button... That's a great way to see which values are comparable, and which ones are not.

        All the best and thank you for your participation in this thread.

        Stefan

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          Posted: July 14, 2006, 7:04 pm - IP Logged

          Hi Stefan,

          wow, chill... lol

          Carbob was only pointing out that sysp34 has a very clever mind when it comes to statistical data.
          I'm sure he's "happy", perhaps he will even bring some friends lol

          cheers
          Ricky

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            Posted: July 14, 2006, 7:23 pm - IP Logged

            Hi Stefan,

            wow, chill... lol

            Carbob was only pointing out that sysp34 has a very clever mind when it comes to statistical data.
            I'm sure he's "happy", perhaps he will even bring some friends lol

            cheers
            Ricky

            Hi Ricky,

             

            I didn't mean anything with it. Maybe I shouldn't have put the word "yourself" in bold, but I only did that to invite other people to do some experiments with my tool. It was certainly not meant to harrass "sysp34". Anyway, I take this special occasion to thank you for your nice comments about pick3stats.com. And I certainly want to congratulate you myself (lol), dear Belgian friend, for all the free tools (and flexibility you've put into them) you've made available to everyone. Nobody can beat your efforts.

            Let's drink a "DUVEL" together one of these days. I am sure we have a lot of interesting things to discuss.

             

            All the best and good night

            Stefan

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              Posted: July 15, 2006, 8:34 am - IP Logged

              Hi Everybody,

              It came to my attention that some players don't fully understand how to wheel a certain amount of numbers by means of the free tool that you can find on pick3stats.com (I received 3 emails from players asking more information)

              So here we go...

              Imagine you expect that 3 digits (let's take 1, 2 and 5) will NOT hit the next coming draw(s) and that unmatched combos (3 different digits) are due..

              Step 1 : mask digit 1, 2 and 5 (simply click on the purple boxes to mask the digits)

              Step 2 : mask doubles and triples (if you expect that an unmatched combo will hit)

              Step 3 : Look at the main graph now. Only the unmatched combos that have 3 digits from 0,3,4,6,7,8 and 9 are visible now

                           
              444
              445
              455
              555
                          
                          
              344
              345
              355
              446
              456
              556
                         
                         
              334
              335
              336
              346
              356
              447
              466
              566
                        
                        
              333
              244
              245
              255
              337
              347
              366
              457
              557
              666
                       
                        
              234
              235
              236
              246
              256
              338
              357
              448
              467
              567
                       
                       
              233
              225
              226
              227
              237
              247
              266
              348
              367
              458
              558
              667
                      
                       
              224
              144
              145
              155
              228
              238
              257
              339
              358
              449
              477
              577
                      
                      
              223
              134
              135
              136
              146
              156
              229
              248
              267
              349
              377
              468
              568
              677
                     
                     
              222
              133
              125
              126
              127
              137
              147
              166
              239
              258
              277
              368
              459
              559
              668
              777
                    
                     
              123
              124
              116
              117
              118
              128
              138
              157
              167
              249
              268
              359
              378
              478
              578
              678
                    
                    
              122
              114
              115
              044
              045
              055
              119
              129
              148
              158
              177
              259
              278
              369
              469
              569
              669
              778
                   
                   
              112
              113
              033
              034
              035
              036
              046
              056
              066
              139
              149
              168
              178
              269
              288
              388
              488
              588
              688
              779
                  
                  
              111
              022
              023
              024
              025
              026
              027
              037
              047
              057
              067
              077
              159
              169
              188
              279
              379
              479
              579
              679
              788
              888
                 
                 
              011
              012
              013
              014
              015
              016
              017
              018
              028
              038
              048
              058
              068
              078
              088
              179
              189
              289
              389
              489
              589
              689
              789
              889
                
               
              000
              001
              002
              003
              004
              005
              006
              007
              008
              009
              019
              029
              039
              049
              059
              069
              079
              089
              099
              199
              299
              399
              499
              599
              699
              799
              899
              999

               

              Of course, you can also look at the OUTPUT box that gives you a summary :

              OUTPUT : 35 combination(s)
              039 049 069 079 089 038 048 068 078 389 489 689 789 037 047 067 379 479 679 034 036 046 369 469 378 478 678 368 349 468 348 367 467 347 346

              You can further reduce that number of combinations by using the availble mask-filters .

              Hope this clarified some things !

               

              All the best,

               

              Stefan

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                Posted: July 15, 2006, 9:43 am - IP Logged

                Hi Sysp34,

                 

                Could you please clarify where you got these figures:

                quote:

                "wheel of 4x3x3 ( i don't know if this right interpretation)

                H=hot, M=medium, C=Cold           Digits
                CMH = 21.6%                     0 = 10%
                CMM = 14.4%                     1 = 10%
                MMH = 14.4%                     2 = 10%
                CCM = 10.8%                     3 = 10%
                MHH = 10.8%                     4 = 10%
                CCH = 8.1%                     5 = 10%
                CHH = 8.1%                     6 = 10%
                MMM = 6.4%                     7 = 10%
                CCC = 2.7%                     8 = 10%
                HHH = 2.7%                     9 = 10%"

                End quote

                 

                Thanks you very much for your report !

                All the best,

                 

                Stefan

                Hi Stefan

                those stats come from OCS/LMH/ACH/XYZ pattern (thank to Fernando aka Lantern) or let say wheels of 4x3x3

                i found those patterns after playing around with lotsoft for own series features and i realize instead of 4 pattern there are similarity which is 4x3x3 combination and there will be 210 pattern/combination

                so when you have

                CCC CCM CCH CMM CMH MMM MMH CHH MHH HHH

                on pick3stats then the statictics will be

                H=hot, M=normal/medium, C=Cold

                CMH = 21.6% or CMH, CHM, HCM, HMC, MCH,MHC
                CMM = 14.4% or MCM, MMC
                MMH = 14.4% or MHM, HMM
                CCM = 10.8% or CMC, MCC
                MHH = 10.8% or HMH, HHM
                CCH = 8.1%   or CHC, HCC
                CHH = 8.1%   or HCH, HHC
                MMM = 6.4%   
                CCC = 2.7%   
                HHH = 2.7%   

                and for straight pattern there will be 27 patterns and the expected occurence will be (in 1000 numbers)

                M.M.M = 6.4%, M.M.C = 4.8%, M.M.H = 4.8%,
                M.C.M = 4.8%, M.H.M = 4.8%, C.M.M = 4.8%,
                H.M.M = 4.8%, M.C.C = 3.6%, M.C.H = 3.6%,
                M.H.C = 3.6%, M.H.H = 3.6%, C.M.C = 3.6%,
                C.M.H = 3.6%, C.C.M = 3.6%, C.H.M = 3.6%,
                H.M.C = 3.6%, H.M.H = 3.6%, H.C.M = 3.6%,
                H.H.M = 3.6%, C.C.C = 2.7%, C.C.H = 2.7%,
                C.H.C = 2.7%, C.H.H = 2.7%, H.C.C = 2.7%,
                H.C.H = 2.7%, H.H.C = 2.7%, H.H.H = 2.7%,

                well good luck

                sysp34

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                  Stefan,

                  Great work - I'm still messing around with the program but it seems to work nicely. It's also laid-out really nicely (I'm a graphic artist by trade).

                  At the very least you've generated some nice "cosmic merrit" and at the most you're sitting on what seems to be a very marketable program.

                  Anyway - thanks and good luck Thumbs Up
                  Lucky146

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                    Sysp34,

                    Thanks for these stats...

                    "CMH = 21.6% or CMH, CHM, HCM, HMC, MCH,MHC
                    CMM = 14.4% or MCM, MMC
                    MMH = 14.4% or MHM, HMM
                    CCM = 10.8% or CMC, MCC
                    MHH = 10.8% or HMH, HHM
                    CCH = 8.1%   or CHC, HCC
                    CHH = 8.1%   or HCH, HHC
                    MMM = 6.4%   
                    CCC = 2.7%   
                    HHH = 2.7% "

                    Very interesting stat on the C-M-H. I'm surprised at the bias there.

                    One final filter to add to the arsenal.

                    Thanks again!!!

                    Posted 4/6:  IL Pick 3 midday and evening until they hit:  555, 347 (str8).


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                      stephan; could you explain about how to input all 4 past numbers and extract at the bottom also it seems most all hits will be a box because I notice all numbers are in ascending order correct? Mass has almost no straight hits in ascending order.

                      There are 1000 possible straight combinations in a pick 3 game (or the first 3 digits in a pick 4 game). Subtracting the possiblity of 3 like digits there are 210 boxed combinations. Dividing 1000 by 210 equals about 4.5.   Statistically in a random drawing of 3 digits, the numbers will be in ascending order once out of every five draws on average.

                      Posted 4/6:  IL Pick 3 midday and evening until they hit:  555, 347 (str8).


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                        Stefan,

                        Great job and thanks for your dedication  - I'm still playing around with the program by reading all the replies, but it seems to work very nicely.

                        I will be trying out the following for NY using the last 50 evening draws then using only:

                        Unmatched, OOE, EEO, LLH, LHH, CMH and removing the coldest number.

                        This leaves me 17 numbers for evening draws beginning tonight - July 16, 2006 and playing it for at least the next three nights (debating if I should keep numbers for 7 days) unless I hit.

                        The numbers are: OUTPUT : 17 combination(s)
                        029 049 089 018 058 389 025 045 138 239 368 349 358 235 236 346 345

                        Wish me luck;

                        Need4Win

                        p.s. Also I would like to thank everyone who contributed ideas throughout this post.

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                          Stefan,

                          Great job and thanks for your dedication  - I'm still playing around with the program by reading all the replies, but it seems to work very nicely.

                          I will be trying out the following for NY using the last 50 evening draws then using only:

                          Unmatched, OOE, EEO, LLH, LHH, CMH and removing the coldest number.

                          This leaves me 17 numbers for evening draws beginning tonight - July 16, 2006 and playing it for at least the next three nights (debating if I should keep numbers for 7 days) unless I hit.

                          The numbers are: OUTPUT : 17 combination(s)
                          029 049 089 018 058 389 025 045 138 239 368 349 358 235 236 346 345

                          Wish me luck;

                          Need4Win

                          p.s. Also I would like to thank everyone who contributed ideas throughout this post.

                          Need4Win,

                          Thank YOU for sharing. I will keep my fingers crossed for you tonight !

                          Wish you all the luck,

                           

                          Stefan

                          P.S. I think it's a very good idea to keep your numbers for at least 3 days

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                            Using the original method I described above and sysp34's stats on the cold - medium - hot...here is a way to narrow your picks down dramatically.   Label your digits as cold - medium - hot in the spaces on the right, underneath the pyramid. Your final plays will be the dark green combos only. You shouldn't have too many, if any.

                            Good Luck!!!

                            Posted 4/6:  IL Pick 3 midday and evening until they hit:  555, 347 (str8).


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                              When looking for a filter no matter what method you're using, sysp34's info shows the green numbers in Stefan's pyramid should have the priority.

                              Posted 4/6:  IL Pick 3 midday and evening until they hit:  555, 347 (str8).


                                 
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