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Posted: June 25, 2006, 3:41 pm - IP Logged

Hi Stefan,

This tool is absolutely fabulous Stefan! I've backtested it and it's dead on! Well done! It looks like your hard work has churned out a winner!

Lady FrankieH 


Stefan:

It......."L@@K$$$$$$$$$">>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>GREAT!!!!!!!!!!!!!

If....... "IT" WORK$$$$$$ as good as it "L@@K$$$$$$$$$">>>>>>>>

It....... "TRULY I$$$$$$$" >>>>>>Incredible & Spectacular >>>>>>>>

Sorry to say I only play the PICK-5 and Jack-Pot lotteries at this time,

but, you may have forced me to look at the Pick-3 games....................

FrankieH........seems to have backtested with RESULT$$$$$$$$$$$$$

and I am sure many........many..........many.........others on this site will

do the same. I HOPE SOME will FEEL free to send "YOU" a DONATION

for your EFFORT$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$!!!!!!!!!!!

LOT$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$of LUCK to YOU and ALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL

PSYKOMO

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    Posted: June 25, 2006, 4:27 pm - IP Logged

    Thanks Stefan, very very nice!!!

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      Posted: June 26, 2006, 9:33 am - IP Logged

      Excellent!!! Thanks!!! Hurray!

      Let's Get PAID in $ GA $ !!

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        Posted: June 27, 2006, 5:27 pm - IP Logged

        Wow, can't wait to get out and about to play pick 3! I've backtested everyday and i've come up with winners!

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          Posted: June 27, 2006, 7:30 pm - IP Logged

          Wow, can't wait to get out and about to play pick 3! I've backtested everyday and i've come up with winners!

          Please explain how you have backtested.  I am trying to hit a few on Virginia Pick three also. Thanks.

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            Posted: June 27, 2006, 8:28 pm - IP Logged

            Hi Reddog,

            Sure, i'd be happy to explain. Now, the only caveat is that i'm not even using the tool to the full powerful extent of its capabilities (still learning, recovering from surgery, synapses still a bit slow).  

            Virginia's Lotto #'s

            6/26/2006  254 Day

            6/26/2006  254 Night

            6/24/2006  787 Day 

            6/24/2006  823 Night

            Since 245 came out twice in one day, i put 254 (once), 787, 823 in the box (no commas, just spaces). 

            Press "Go"

            I look at the "Output" and correlate them with the numbers at the far right of the blue spectrum (from 19 to 27)

            They (the numbers in the pyramid) looks a bit like this:

            677

            577

            568 677

            559 668 777

            478 578 678

            469 569 669 778

            388 488 588 688 779

            379 479 579 679 788 888

            289 389 489 589 689 789 889

            199 299 399 499 599 699 799 899 999 

            Those are only 41 numbers to play. I would have played them straight.

            6/27/2006 Day, 667 came out STRAIGHT! 

            Now, with that said, i know i'm not using it as intended right now. 

            Just think what i could come up with when i fully comprehend this clever software!

            I hope it helps Reddog.

            Take care,

            Lady FrankieH 

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              Posted: June 27, 2006, 8:44 pm - IP Logged

              Wow, can't wait to get out and about to play pick 3! I've backtested everyday and i've come up with winners!

              Please explain how you have backtested.  I am trying to hit a few on Virginia Pick three also. Thanks.

               reddog:

               Have you tried a "back test"............SEARCH or MATHEMATICS

               FORUM "L@@K-SEE"???????????????????????????????????????

               LOL to ALL who "Back-Test"..............................

               HOPE it WORK $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

               PSYKOMO 

               

               

               

               

               

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                Posted: June 27, 2006, 9:16 pm - IP Logged

                Hi Reddog,

                Sure, i'd be happy to explain. Now, the only caveat is that i'm not even using the tool to the full powerful extent of its capabilities (still learning, recovering from surgery, synapses still a bit slow).  

                Virginia's Lotto #'s

                6/26/2006  254 Day

                6/26/2006  254 Night

                6/24/2006  787 Day 

                6/24/2006  823 Night

                Since 245 came out twice in one day, i put 254 (once), 787, 823 in the box (no commas, just spaces). 

                Press "Go"

                I look at the "Output" and correlate them with the numbers at the far right of the blue spectrum (from 19 to 27)

                They (the numbers in the pyramid) looks a bit like this:

                677

                577

                568 677

                559 668 777

                478 578 678

                469 569 669 778

                388 488 588 688 779

                379 479 579 679 788 888

                289 389 489 589 689 789 889

                199 299 399 499 599 699 799 899 999 

                Those are only 41 numbers to play. I would have played them straight.

                6/27/2006 Day, 667 came out STRAIGHT! 

                Now, with that said, i know i'm not using it as intended right now. 

                Just think what i could come up with when i fully comprehend this clever software!

                I hope it helps Reddog.

                Take care,

                Lady FrankieH 

                Oops, sorry, i had a typo. I meant to type 667 (667 is the first number in line 19 at the top). Sorry again.

                Lady FrankieH 

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                  Posted: June 29, 2006, 7:47 am - IP Logged

                  Hi everbody,

                   

                  First of all, I want to thank you all for the great comments about pick3stats.com. I am glad you like it so much. Please allow me to clarify a couple of things on how this free program can be used to retrieve statistical data...

                   

                  Pick3stats.com is a big set of free statistical tools. Some people are overwhelmed by this big set of tools. What to do, what not to do, do we track pairs or digits, or do we track them both ? Do we mask or filter out certain combinations ? Here are some of my methods to study pick 3 lotteries… Keep it simple at the beginning,… Once you get used to it, you will discover its true power (by combining more complex calculations)

                  Example… Imagine we want to backtest some draw results from a genuine pick 3 lottery… As an example, let's take Texas Pick 3 Day : 6/28/2006 - 1/2/2006

                  During that period (6/28/2006 - 1/2/2006) the draw results, sorted from latest to oldest, were...
                  966 124 673 549 495 201 103 300 680 709 516 179 580 476 085 386 194 460 395 985 912 289 011 871 189 340 758 574 272 855 412 151 578 207 182 650 178 193 157 984 350 461 268 754 154 339 495 446 707 918 854 451 508 200 941 743 100 127 963 994 717 035 180 671 205 429 136 303 602 184 789 554 176 702 182 881 387 668 568 989 678 456 826 808 735 152 680 795 836 304 027 648 790 053 238 830 191 728 325 171 091 130 865 105 455 876 744 818 217 503 581 321 631 255 114 059 164 044 497 249 695 963 682 853 027 493 468 558 811 269 224 576 546 116 572 294 767 563 454 418 655 026 439 992 652 034 841 150 680 300 165 314 900

                  Now, to backtest pick 3 results, we need to "simulate" the future. The best way to do this is by splitting the draw history into 2 groups, 1 group from which we retrieve statistical data and another group to simulate "future draw results".

                  So let's pretend we wanne do exactly that…

                  Let's consider the latest 10 draws as "future draw results" (966 124 673 549 495 201 103 300 680 709)

                  Now, we will retrieve statistical data from the other group (516 179 580 476 085 386 194 460 395 985 912 289 011 871 189 340 758 574 272 855 412 151 578 207 182 650 178 193 157 984 350 461 268 754 154 339 495 446 707 918 854 451 508 200 941 743 100 127 963 994 717 035 180 671 205 429 136 303 602 184 789 554 176 702 182 881 387 668 568 989 678 456 826 808 735 152 680 795 836 304 027 648 790 053 238 830 191 728 325 171 091 130 865 105 455 876 744 818 217 503 581 321 631 255 114 059 164 044 497 249 695 963 682 853 027 493 468 558 811 269 224 576 546 116 572 294 767 563 454 418 655 026 439 992 652 034 841 150 680 300 165 314 900) to see if the "statistical data" allows us to predict the future…

                  To retrieve the statistical data, simply copy this group of numbers (516 179 580 476 085 386 194 460 395 985 912 289 011 871 189 340 758 574 272 855 412 151 578 207 182 650 178 193 157 984 350 461 268 754 154 339 495 446 707 918 854 451 508 200 941 743 100 127 963 994 717 035 180 671 205 429 136 303 602 184 789 554 176 702 182 881 387 668 568 989 678 456 826 808 735 152 680 795 836 304 027 648 790 053 238 830 191 728 325 171 091 130 865 105 455 876 744 818 217 503 581 321 631 255 114 059 164 044 497 249 695 963 682 853 027 493 468 558 811 269 224 576 546 116 572 294 767 563 454 418 655 026 439 992 652 034 841 150 680 300 165 314 900) and paste them in the text-box. Now hit the "GO" button.

                  The statistical results appear instantly… The first thing I look at are the digits-box. This box shows me how many times each digit appeared… lower than normal values are presented in blue, higher than normal values are presented in red, and normal values are presented in black. Now, I will "manually" assign a "status" to each of the digits by means of a pull down menu. "O" appeared 42 times (black value = normal value) "1" appeared 55 times (red value = hot value) "2" appeared 35 times (blue value = cold value) etc… The colors of the main graph changes instantly… Some pick 3 combinations turn light-yellow, some remain green, others turn red, depending in which hot-cold-medium-range they fall in (the "standard colors"-box shows you the meaning of these colors and counts each sub-category as well) Now, I will look at my future draw results to see if there is a trend towards green, yellow or red pick 3 combinations. In this case, 4 of the 10 "future draw results" (201 103 300 680 = 012 013 003 068) are green. This might be a trend. If it is a trend, then I could consider to play all 30 "green combinations (000 001 002 003 004 005 006 007 008 009 019 049 059 089 012 013 016 017 028 038 068 078 024 025 047 057 034 035 046 056)

                  Note 1
                  To quickly find a specific combination in the graph, simply make the sum of the combination. You will always find that combination (in ascending digital order) in the "sum"-column.
                  Note 2
                  It is very important that you can manually assign a status to the digits. Some players will stick to the colors (digit 6 appeared 41 times and might be considered to be cold) Other players will approach that value as a more or less "normal value" : 41 is slightly less than normal value 42. It's totally up to you.


                  Now, because pick3stats.com is a free tool to study pick 3 statistics, there are plenty of ways to study different statistical trends. If we want to study root values for example, we might be able to early spot a future trend. In the above case, root 3 has a very low value(appeared 9 times), root 8 has a very high value(22) compared with root 5 and 6 that both have a normal value(15) Is it a coincidence that root 3 appeared 3 times in the "10 future draw" results (966 201 300 = 669 012 003)? It might be... But then again, it might be not… Study it !

                  You can do the same "statistical tests with pairs, odds, evens, highs, lows, etc… I truly believe that, with the combined effort of all participating members of lotterypost, we might come to some amazing results. Trends do appear and disappear. When we find the answer to "when" they appear and disappear, pick 3 lotteries will be a great source of income !

                  One more important note : the output box is nothing more than a "summary" of the unmasked combinations, scrambled from left to right and from bottom to top of the graphical display. It is certainly not a suggestion towards which numbers to play. There are many other colorful suggestions towards which numbers to play (and which ones not to play)

                  Thanks for reading all this !

                  Happy hunting,

                  Stefan

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                    Posted: June 29, 2006, 8:12 am - IP Logged

                    off the record: in welke uithoek in Vlaanderen resideer jij ergens, Stefan? ;-)

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                      Posted: June 29, 2006, 8:16 am - IP Logged

                      Ricky

                      Are you ripping all of us in Belgian? LOL

                      Hope you're doing well!

                      Keith

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                        Posted: June 29, 2006, 9:22 am - IP Logged

                        cps10

                        LOL
                        Nothing so sinister. Ricky just asked a neighborly question.

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                          Ricky

                          Are you ripping all of us in Belgian? LOL

                          Hope you're doing well!

                          Keith

                          LOL. Hi Keith, my Dutch is a bit rusty but i think Ricky asked, " Where in Flanders do you live?"

                          Thanks for clearing it up for me Stefan! I really love this software!

                          Lady FrankieH 

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                            Posted: June 29, 2006, 5:22 pm - IP Logged

                            That's exactly what i asked, FrankieH,

                            waw, amazing!
                            How come you speak/read/talk/write dutch (Flemish lol)?

                            greetz
                            Ricky

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                              Posted: June 29, 2006, 5:26 pm - IP Logged

                              Hi Paurths,

                              I was born and raised in and around Pennsylvania Dutch country. Dutch used to be my second language. Thanks for asking friend.

                              Lady FrankieHSmile 

                                 
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