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Hi Stefan,

It's been quiet here in the last day and i just wanted to know if you sent out the new pick3 tool yet.

Thank you kind sir.

Lady FrankieHBlue Angel

The reason why "it's been quite here in the last day", is because 90% of pick 3 players prefer a ready made "pancake with syrup" pick 3 lottery system. Dozens of these "do this-do that" systems are "born" every day (simply look at the new threads) and the reason why they are so popular is because people people are inpatient and want instant satisfaction. When something doesn't work at once, they instantly switch to something else that might work better, and so on...

Now, this "90% figure" reflects our true society as well. 10% of people are "leaders", 90% are "followers", which means that 90% of pick 3 players who follow this thread, will "try out" some of the "ideas on how to use pick3stats" posted by the "leaders" like Rick G., FrankieH, Win D and a handful of others, but lack the "ability", "persistence" and/or "intelligence" to do some experiments on their own. And I am sure that a large portion of the ones who have experimented and obtained impressive results with pick3stats, do not wish to share their findings for selfish reasons.

So here I am now. I've built a great tool (some highly experienced pick 3 players call it the best tool ever build), didn't charge anything for it, and expected nothing in return, except a wave of experiments. That wave hasn't reached the lotterypost-coast yet. That wave can only reach the lotterypost-coast with the help of hundreds of lotterypost members who are not too scared to ask questions or not too selfish to give answers.

I refuse to push this thread upwards with stupid posts of my own. (I don't think this is a stupid post) I simply don't have the time to do this. So please, if you think my tool deserves more attention, ask the questions you always wanted to ask, or give the answers you always wanted to give. I promised a big surprise to anyone who turns this small wave into a huge tsunami. I always keep my promises.

 

Best regards,

Stefan

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    Posted: July 30, 2006, 9:32 am - IP Logged

    test post

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


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      Posted: July 30, 2006, 9:56 am - IP Logged

      Looks like I'm able to post replies now.

      Paurths, to answer your question about hot pairs in 7 draws;

      Here's the last seven IL eve. draws

      765 758 453 582 503 217 497

      In seven draws, if a pair is drawn twice or more it would be considered hot.

      In this example 35, 57, 58 have all been drawn twice.

      Usually I have three hot pairs using seven draws.

      Hope that cleared it up.

      ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 

      test to edit 

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


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        Stephan how can I enlarge this tool on the computer, am not to good with the computer

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          Posted: July 30, 2006, 11:08 am - IP Logged

          THANK STEFAN FOR A JOB WELL WELL DONE

                                                FRISKY

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            Stephan how can I enlarge this tool on the computer, am not to good with the computer

            Hi Optimistic,

            Welcome at lotterypost. You can easily enlarge my tool (or any page you want) by using the "opera-browser" instead of "internet explorer". Opera works a lot faster as well. To download it, follow this link : http://www.opera.com/

            Now, install it and go to pick3stats.com (with Opera of course) In the Opera browser, left top, click on "View", then select "zoom", then select any percentage above 100% like "150%". Job DONE !!!

            If you need further assistance, private mail me ! Please, do not ask further assistance (about opera) in this thread.

            Best regards,

             

            Stefan

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              Posted: July 30, 2006, 3:12 pm - IP Logged

              Hi Rick G! 

              Good to see you back! I'm eager to hear more success stories with Stefan's new pick3 tool you've tested!

              Hurray!

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                Hi Rick G! 

                Good to see you back! I'm eager to hear more success stories with Stefan's new pick3 tool you've tested!

                Hurray!

                Hi Frankie,

                Thanks for the welcome back.  I downloaded Firefox and it has taken care of all my problems.  (fingers crossed)

                I've been messing around with pick3stats a lot today experimenting with different histories using different approaches.

                I think that's the key to using this tool most effectively, the history that you use.

                To spot trends you could start with a longer history and work your way to a shorter one.

                To play "hot" situations (like I do) you have to do the homework to see what works best.

                To play "overdue" you could start with a short history and expand to a longer history.

                There's a lot you can do with it.  Very handy for spotting overdue or hot pairs for example.

                Good luck today! 

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


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                  The reason why "it's been quite here in the last day", is because 90% of pick 3 players prefer a ready made "pancake with syrup" pick 3 lottery system. Dozens of these "do this-do that" systems are "born" every day (simply look at the new threads) and the reason why they are so popular is because people people are inpatient and want instant satisfaction. When something doesn't work at once, they instantly switch to something else that might work better, and so on...

                  Now, this "90% figure" reflects our true society as well. 10% of people are "leaders", 90% are "followers", which means that 90% of pick 3 players who follow this thread, will "try out" some of the "ideas on how to use pick3stats" posted by the "leaders" like Rick G., FrankieH, Win D and a handful of others, but lack the "ability", "persistence" and/or "intelligence" to do some experiments on their own. And I am sure that a large portion of the ones who have experimented and obtained impressive results with pick3stats, do not wish to share their findings for selfish reasons.

                  So here I am now. I've built a great tool (some highly experienced pick 3 players call it the best tool ever build), didn't charge anything for it, and expected nothing in return, except a wave of experiments. That wave hasn't reached the lotterypost-coast yet. That wave can only reach the lotterypost-coast with the help of hundreds of lotterypost members who are not too scared to ask questions or not too selfish to give answers.

                  I refuse to push this thread upwards with stupid posts of my own. (I don't think this is a stupid post) I simply don't have the time to do this. So please, if you think my tool deserves more attention, ask the questions you always wanted to ask, or give the answers you always wanted to give. I promised a big surprise to anyone who turns this small wave into a huge tsunami. I always keep my promises.

                   

                  Best regards,

                  Stefan

                  Stefan brought up a good point.  This is not a "magic" number selector, it is a tool to be used for analysis.  Pick3stats gives you the statistics you need to analyze past drawings and come up with combos that fit those statistics.  It doesn't eliminate the homework necessary to use those statistics in your favor.  That's where the human element (you) come in.

                  I've been experimenting with it for hours today because I want to win!  The homework will pay off....literally. 

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


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                    Hi Frankie,

                    Thanks for the welcome back.  I downloaded Firefox and it has taken care of all my problems.  (fingers crossed)

                    I've been messing around with pick3stats a lot today experimenting with different histories using different approaches.

                    I think that's the key to using this tool most effectively, the history that you use.

                    To spot trends you could start with a longer history and work your way to a shorter one.

                    To play "hot" situations (like I do) you have to do the homework to see what works best.

                    To play "overdue" you could start with a short history and expand to a longer history.

                    There's a lot you can do with it.  Very handy for spotting overdue or hot pairs for example.

                    Good luck today! 

                    Hello Rick G!

                    I've been using your method of tracking only a dozen number for Virginia Pick 3. I find that it works wonderfully! I've got great results doing it that way. Thanks for that info. I haven't lost any money at all using it. How do you when a trend has changed (if you don't mind me asking)? With all the sophistication i've developed learning how to play pick 3, there's always more to learn.

                    North Carolina will finally have pick 3 and pick 4 in the fall. I can't wait to use this wonderful tool on it!

                    Have a wonderful day Rick G!

                    Lady FrankieH 

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                      Posted: July 30, 2006, 5:42 pm - IP Logged

                      The reason why "it's been quite here in the last day", is because 90% of pick 3 players prefer a ready made "pancake with syrup" pick 3 lottery system. Dozens of these "do this-do that" systems are "born" every day (simply look at the new threads) and the reason why they are so popular is because people people are inpatient and want instant satisfaction. When something doesn't work at once, they instantly switch to something else that might work better, and so on...

                      Now, this "90% figure" reflects our true society as well. 10% of people are "leaders", 90% are "followers", which means that 90% of pick 3 players who follow this thread, will "try out" some of the "ideas on how to use pick3stats" posted by the "leaders" like Rick G., FrankieH, Win D and a handful of others, but lack the "ability", "persistence" and/or "intelligence" to do some experiments on their own. And I am sure that a large portion of the ones who have experimented and obtained impressive results with pick3stats, do not wish to share their findings for selfish reasons.

                      So here I am now. I've built a great tool (some highly experienced pick 3 players call it the best tool ever build), didn't charge anything for it, and expected nothing in return, except a wave of experiments. That wave hasn't reached the lotterypost-coast yet. That wave can only reach the lotterypost-coast with the help of hundreds of lotterypost members who are not too scared to ask questions or not too selfish to give answers.

                      I refuse to push this thread upwards with stupid posts of my own. (I don't think this is a stupid post) I simply don't have the time to do this. So please, if you think my tool deserves more attention, ask the questions you always wanted to ask, or give the answers you always wanted to give. I promised a big surprise to anyone who turns this small wave into a huge tsunami. I always keep my promises.

                       

                      Best regards,

                      Stefan

                      Hi Stefan,

                      I can understand your frustration with people when it seems you've put so much work into something and it seems like people don't see the true value of your intellectual property. But don't worry, you have built it and they WILL come. It's only a matter of time.

                      Thank you for considering me a leader. That has always been my aspiration in my life journey. It's a great honor that you think so.

                      For those who haven't tried this tool (and may be intimidated because it looks intricate) it's a lot easier than it looks, take it from me, i've never been analytical.

                      Don't be overwhelmed by all the gadgets. Play around with one gadget until you've mastered it and then play with another and so on. Read past threads of those who are sharing their methods. Imagine how it was when you first learned how to drive. Do you remember all the dials and buttons and pedals? It was nerve wrecking, wasn't it? I know it was for me. But like every tool, driving became second nature once i took the time to learn. You see, i didn't want to walk to the same places i could easily drive to in a fraction of the time. Obviously, car takes you from A to B.

                      That's what this tool does. It takes you from A to B. All the things that you normal would have to take time to look up, or figure out, it does it for you in an instant. Plus, it provides you with data that you 'didn't know, you didn't know!'

                      And i'm speaking in reference to the old version of pick3 tool. I can't wait to try the new version!

                      Now i'm off to learn, but first, i'll make something to eat. For some reason, i have a taste for pancakes. LOL

                      Cheers Stefan!

                      Lady FrankieH 

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                        Posted: July 30, 2006, 5:46 pm - IP Logged

                        Hello Rick G!

                        I've been using your method of tracking only a dozen number for Virginia Pick 3. I find that it works wonderfully! I've got great results doing it that way. Thanks for that info. I haven't lost any money at all using it. How do you when a trend has changed (if you don't mind me asking)? With all the sophistication i've developed learning how to play pick 3, there's always more to learn.

                        North Carolina will finally have pick 3 and pick 4 in the fall. I can't wait to use this wonderful tool on it!

                        Have a wonderful day Rick G!

                        Lady FrankieH 

                        Frankie,

                        Real glad to hear it's working out for you.  Keep on doing what you're doing!  If you're breaking even you're doing better than 90% of the other players out there. 

                        An example for spotting upcoming trends.  Go back a ways in your history...let's say 6 months.  Note all the BLUE (cold) situations.  Then check last 30 days and see  if any of those situations have changed from blue to black or red.  Then go to your 12 draw history and if the situation is red it is a changing trend to jump on.

                        That's just an example of histories to use.  The point is to start from some point in the past and work your way to your last 12 draws and look for blue changing to red in that time.

                        Good luck!  Glad to hear you're having fun with it. 

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


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                          P.S.- Using the "car" metaphor, not only is Stefan a great builder, he upgrades and maintains his lottery 'car'.

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                            P.S.- Using the "car" metaphor, not only is Stefan a great builder, he upgrades and maintains his lottery 'car'.

                            Thanks Rick G! You're always so very helpful, i really appreciate it. Using your method, i'm going over the past draws of Virginia Pick 3. Thanks again! You're really are awesome!

                            Lady FrankieH 

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                              Thanks Rick G! You're always so very helpful, i really appreciate it. Using your method, i'm going over the past draws of Virginia Pick 3. Thanks again! You're really are awesome!

                              Lady FrankieH 

                              Thank YOU, Frankie.  You're my kind of Lady.  Let us know how the trend-spotting works, OK?  I haven't worked with that too much so your input will be very helpful.

                              If we all check out different aspects and uses and post our findings it can save everyone time from doing the same work.

                              Thumbs Up

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


                                 
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