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          "Z  ....Pairs"

 

00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09

11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29

33 34 35 36 37 38 39

44 45 46 47 48 49

55 56 57 58 59

66 67 68 69

77 78 79

88 89

99

 

 Pairs fall at the rate of 3 per day when Singles or (non double) numbers hit each day.  Single numbers hit around 263 days per year on average.

 263 x 3 = 789 regular pairs per year for Single numbers

 On the 99 to 102 remaining days of the year that doubles hit only one regular pair falls per day.

                    789 +99 = 888 regular pairs per year fall on average.

                  About 987 pairs fall per year....Regular and Doubles

      Sooooo ....  of the 45 regular pairs we can expect each one of those to hit an average of 19.73 times each per year. 

                                   Regular pairs hit  19.73 each per year

                                    Doubles pairs   9.9  each per year      

 

 

The only real failure .....is the failure to try.                               

                              Luck is a very rare thing....... Odds not so much. 

                              Odds never change .....but probability does. 

                                                                                       Win d    

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    Your brain is just too fast for me WIN D.  Wink

    Thanks for that information. 

    Wish you were online earlier today.  I needed insight on MN's lottery. 

    6/25/2006211
    6/24/2006031
    6/23/2006437
    6/22/2006458
    6/21/2006024
    6/20/2006137

    This was the stack & I knew that a high digit had to fall in position 1

    but I needed some moral support in running my filters. 

    Filtered out too much & missed the hit.  Roll Eyes

    6/26/2006571

    L ttaL   T

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      Posted: June 27, 2006, 6:03 am - IP Logged

      Lottaloot that was an easy one for the first 2 postions.... but  as for the 3rd position ....  

       No one woulda ever guessed to put that 3rd. position digit 1 on top of the other 2 previous days. 

       Three in a row all on top of each other.  Ofcourse ....there always has to be a "Cute" part to every number everyday it seems.

       They just can't help it! LOL    

       

       

      The only real failure .....is the failure to try.                               

                                    Luck is a very rare thing....... Odds not so much. 

                                    Odds never change .....but probability does. 

                                                                                             Win d    

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        Very true, Win D,
        over 365 draws, each "regular" pair should, statistically, fall 18,49 (9746578813988849467815509377 LOL) times.

        here is AZ-data

        PairsTimesCur. skipAv. skipMed. skipLast 15 skips    Total draws used: 2493
        Box pairsLast 15 skips    Total draws used: 2493      Highest skip ever (this view) : Box pair 11  -  Draws: 191
        00771032,3819  10  7  43  57  31  2  33  14  16  3  24  22  2  25  19
        011323418,8911  34  4  21  4  11  15  5  4  11  36  0  1  32  17  53
        021332818,7415  28  34  15  33  6  11  28  23  3  7  0  3  18  1  16
        031431017,438  10  1  1  13  65  8  1  11  12  17  7  0  92  4  0
        041163421,4919  34  18  2  43  36  10  82  10  19  43  7  17  34  12  31
        051342218,621  22  22  4  12  13  2  27  18  54  21  3  15  107  49  22
        061491416,7314  14  25  5  1  1  5  4  15  25  26  30  15  4  7  32
        071271219,6313  12  26  6  1  13  17  18  131  41  55  39  3  8  9  6
        081311819,0312  18  3  17  12  12  21  6  12  23  19  1  1  20  7  38
        091234520,2722  45  49  3  13  23  59  46  24  22  3  6  2  8  5  32
        11707035,6122  70  7  3  104  34  191  109  0  38  19  96  22  5  7  1
        12147116,969  1  14  6  19  21  7  15  17  3  38  16  5  9  9  5
        13143517,436  5  38  15  32  0  6  3  3  7  4  34  0  6  60  52
        141251319,9410  13  20  8  0  7  34  1  10  49  36  26  4  6  2  32
        15140817,818  8  4  7  13  16  16  3  8  8  33  16  1  38  8  15
        161391917,9416  19  11  28  0  2  21  22  14  2  10  50  16  29  10  46
        17161815,4816  8  10  1  17  30  19  2  15  12  44  27  41  16  11  45
        18142117,5610  1  21  7  34  24  15  2  17  10  5  8  10  7  18  0
        191151621,6827  16  18  65  42  0  12  48  62  27  4  7  52  30  42  6
        2268236,6630  2  76  31  21  38  25  3  2  94  59  63  17  30  24  45
        23150216,626  2  23  1  30  15  45  7  17  3  16  2  2  4  4  6
        24135418,478  4  24  2  5  4  15  29  7  52  12  8  1  16  22  2
        251341118,69  11  26  8  7  7  9  11  11  17  5  4  24  26  0  3
        261342718,615  27  21  15  19  10  15  13  14  19  61  9  2  3  8  86
        27146717,0810  7  3  15  19  1  5  59  31  15  3  10  7  7  11  27
        28127119,636  1  21  3  77  24  0  0  3  34  11  0  6  5  6  29
        29120720,789  7  8  9  5  63  16  14  4  3  2  26  2  12  12  82
        3369536,1321  5  0  17  50  135  6  66  88  21  9  78  35  15  1  40
        341344418,612  44  14  12  33  11  29  10  2  11  16  25  7  17  11  1
        351315819,0318  58  27  29  4  14  14  27  1  18  45  14  21  4  56  0
        36186613,48  6  7  1  6  35  11  30  12  13  3  10  6  8  48  1
        371581215,7817  12  4  19  55  15  12  1  22  28  17  62  18  40  4  10
        381233020,279  30  6  48  19  29  9  9  8  47  4  24  13  5  7  0
        391432617,438  26  3  50  19  16  5  4  5  22  0  8  2  9  2  15
        4463439,5724  4  15  46  3  77  79  15  6  15  24  33  147  11  34  98
        451291319,3316  13  24  12  0  44  0  24  16  75  2  0  20  10  56  22
        461373618,216  36  5  13  15  11  2  35  16  21  53  84  7  18  19  13
        4711314922,0625  149  13  56  10  27  41  10  11  37  3  8  36  18  28  25
        481262019,7913  20  8  6  16  13  3  12  13  7  53  51  29  14  5  29
        491153221,6821  32  18  66  16  21  0  51  25  2  32  29  1  21  54  10
        55725834,6319  58  10  57  14  67  16  19  83  14  78  6  17  8  39  66
        56148016,846  0  2  46  13  12  3  1  16  13  6  1  0  12  41  5
        57140017,817  0  7  0  1  9  25  7  8  3  11  0  31  62  1  39
        581392217,9412  22  63  4  6  3  5  27  29  21  3  3  12  14  38  2
        59113922,0611  9  25  9  5  16  75  21  2  11  18  14  11  2  10  4
        6672334,6322  3  37  0  11  2  46  7  40  74  3  6  57  28  22  41
        67156015,986  0  14  1  0  6  13  4  1  0  7  6  18  8  21  28
        681363118,338  31  4  3  33  9  17  1  5  8  8  10  3  2  17  12
        691315419,0315  54  19  21  38  5  59  5  7  16  2  8  15  28  6  10
        77611540,8749  15  74  1  21  61  3  14  55  55  68  49  136  12  21  70
        781403317,8116  33  3  38  66  31  10  18  46  0  3  16  8  9  34  12
        79112722,2622  7  1  58  4  22  24  50  54  22  24  10  18  26  7  12
        88653338,3530  33  54  30  44  5  25  6  39  40  1  31  4  9  25  62
        891472516,966  25  4  43  0  18  35  2  3  6  14  5  3  4  25  9
        99612540,8725  25  55  49  37  68  31  3  23  0  37  5  7  11  81  5

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          Many players tend to forget that pick 3 is a straight game, even when combinations are mostly played boxed. So when it comes to tracking pairs, you need to track (and count) them all to obtain a clear picture. Pairs fall at the rate of 3 per day, no matter what (singles, doubles or triples) When Singles hit, we're dealing with 3 different pairs : ABC : AB-AC-BC, when doubles hit, we still have 3 pairs of which 2 are the same : ABB : AB-AB-BB. And when the occasional triple hits, we're still dealing with 3 pairs, all 3 of them are the same : AAA : AA-AA-AA

          This all adds up to mathematical logics. There are 1000 possible straight combinations for pick 3. There are 100 possible pairs : 10 XX pairs (same digits), 45 XY pairs (different digits in ascending order) and 45 YX pairs (different digits in descending order). Over a longer period of time, each XX, XY and YX pair will occur an equal amount of times.

          There are only 55 possible pairs if you track pairs in ascending order (10 XX pairs and 45 XY pairs). Over a longer period of time, a XY pair will occur 2 times more than a XX pair. That's not so strange... the XY pair represents the YX pair as well.

          If you'd like to learn more, please visit my homepage (pick3stats.com). When you load all possible pick 3 combinations (you can find them at the bottom of the page) you will see that the above information is correct. Pairs produce excellent statistical data if you track (and count them) correctly. I sincerely hope that this information will contribute to your future succes.

          All the best,

          Stefan

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            Yes, Stefan....that is a strong point of your site...tracking pairs. It helps a lot and when you highlight the hot pairs you come up with some good combinations.

            Regarding what order to play the pairs, I charted pairs for a couple months in my state. I found that the pair would come in reverse order from last drawn about 65% of the time. The other way to position pairs is the lazy man's way (mine). Always position the pair in ascending oder. You are guaranteed to be right 50% of the time with your choice. Same is true for straights. If you always position your numbers in ascending order you will be correct at least once every six hits on average.

            Thanks again for the site, Stefan. It's rekindled my appreciation for pairings.

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


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              Stefan your page is very pretty. Noticed that the pairs chart there has 55 pairs in ascending order only.  I guess we are all regulated to holding down our numbers and charts in order to have more manageable sizes. 

               By the way... your Sum and Roots chart is one of the most colorful I have ever seen and I have seen many of them over the years.

               Speaking of Sums Charts I noticed your page is available on Bob Perkins web site as well. You might be interested in a couple of other sums Charts there that I devised many years ago. Bob liked them enough to actually include them on his web site.They are updated versions of the older and more cumbersome 1-27 Sums Chart.

               For the sake of equal distribution......they are both broken down into Ten equal parts. I was driven to make them in this way in order to achieve easier and more dependable calculations as well as statistical averages using equal distribution.

               Here are my charts that are listed on BoBp's Website. Perhaps you might consider using and or including these 220 and 120 charts. They are both just under the 1000 number chart on that page.

                      Equal distribution charts were the key for me.

               http://www.lotto-logix.com/txthouse/pick3thousand.html

               

               

              The only real failure .....is the failure to try.                               

                                            Luck is a very rare thing....... Odds not so much. 

                                            Odds never change .....but probability does. 

                                                                                                     Win d    

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                Win D,

                I just wanted to make sure that everybody understands why XX-pairs only occur half the amount of times compared to XY-pairs, when pairs are tracked in ascending order. That's all. Also, I noticed that many software-programs don NOT count all pairs. Pick3stats.com does count them all. Thanks for the nice comments about it and thanks for your link. Good Luck !

                 

                Rick G,

                Sometimes, there will opportunities were it might be wise to go after the XX-pairs. Sure enough, in that case, one has to hope that a double or triple will hit. But then again, why wouldn't one want to play them knowing that the pay-out - in case of a successfull hit - will be much better. (Many players avoid doubles or triples and I don't think there's any reason for it) Thanks for the nice comments about pick3stats.com I am sure you will discover some interesting twists in pick 3 games. I wish you all the luck !!!!!!!!!!!!!

                 

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                  Win D

                    I found the chart interesting and using Ion  Mdiedit -we checking for one year of the Ill eve pick none of the pairs hit 19 times but I see that 3-9 has only hit 7 times.

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                    her are the last two numbers in the pick 3 and 4

                    Your Numbers To Play Are Below.

                    Straight Hit Using your lead Numbers.

                    Last Two-E E.

                    02 - 04 - 06 - 08 - 00
                    22 - 24 - 26 - 28 - 20
                    42 - 44 - 46 - 48 - 40
                    64 - 66 - 68 - 60 - 62
                    88 - 80 - 82 - 84 - 86


                    Last Two-EO.

                    01 - 03 - 05 - 07 - 09
                    23 - 25 - 27 - 29 - 21
                    45 - 47 - 49 - 41 - 43
                    67 - 69 - 61 - 63 - 65
                    89 - 81 - 83 - 85 - 87


                    Last Two-OE.

                    10 - 30 - 50 - 70 - 90
                    32 - 52 - 72 - 92 - 12
                    54 - 74 - 94 - 14 - 34
                    76 - 96 - 16 - 36 - 56
                    98 - 18 - 38 - 58 - 78


                    Last Two-OO.

                    11 - 33 - 55 - 77 - 99
                    31 - 53 - 75 - 97 - 19
                    51 - 73 - 95 - 17 - 39
                    71 - 93 - 15 - 37 - 59
                    91 - 13 - 35 - 57 - 79


                    Do Not change the arangment of the numbers there is a reasonI put them in this order 
                    Script By mrlottery/Copyright2002/2006 ,Elad Lottery Altoona, Pennsylvania , All Rights Reserved

                     

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                      The numbers I posted are for a straight hit ifyou get the lead digits correct no box numbers you have you choice of the pick 3 one digit or the pick for you must pick4 two digits in the correct order good luck!

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                        that should have read for the pick 4 you use two lead digits in the correct order. keyboard / spelling both bad lol

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                            -0-1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9
                           
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                          Draws: 9
                          All
                          000
                          EEE
                          00E
                          EE0
                          LLL
                          HHH
                          LLH
                          LHH
                           Unmatched = 
                          4
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                          OUTPUT : 220 combination(s) 000 001 002 003 004 005 006 007 008 009 019 029 039 049 059 069 079 089 099 199 299 399 499 599 699 799 899 999 011 012 013 014 015 016 017 018 028 038 048 058 068 078 088 179 189 289 389 489 589 689 789 889 111 022 023 024 025 026 027 037 047 057 067 077 159 169 188 279 379 479 579 679 788 888 112 113 033 034 035 036 046 056 066 139 149 168 178 269 288 388 488 588 688 779 122 114 115 044 045 055 119 129 148 158 177 259 278 369 469 569 669 778 123 124 116 117 118 128 138 157 167 249 268 359 378 478 578 678 222 133 125 126 127 137 147 166 239 258 277 368 459 559 668 777 223 134 135 136 146 156 229 248 267 349 377 468 568 677 224 144 145 155 228 238 257 339 358 449 477 577 233 225 226 227 237 247 266 348 367 458 558 667 234 235 236 246 256 338 357 448 467 567 333 244 245 255 337 347 366 457 557 666 334 335 336 346 356 447 466 566 344 345 355 446 456 556 444 445 455 555
                           
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                            Hi tntea,

                            The Chart to your left counts the number of times each pair has occured. In this example, pair [0-1] occured 1 time (first you read the vertical value to your left, then you read the horizontal value on top of the chart to identify a certain pair)  Another example... pair [4-6] occured 3 times. You can highlight each pair by clicking on it. (the graph at the very top of pick3stats.com will change color - this makes it very easy to identify in which UNMASKED combo's the pairs are located).  The output gives you the number of UNMASKED (= unfiltred) combinations. You can further narrow down the number of combo's by masking groups of numbers (example all evens, or all odds, etc...), Or if you wish, certain people don't mask anything and choose visualy by sum or root (note that the graph on top of pick3stats.com itself gives you some excellent statistical info on how many times each sum/root occured.

                            Hope this helped you out !

                            Best regards,

                            Stefan

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                              Hi tntea,

                              The Chart to your left counts the number of times each pair has occured. In this example, pair [0-1] occured 1 time (first you read the vertical value to your left, then you read the horizontal value on top of the chart to identify a certain pair)  Another example... pair [4-6] occured 3 times. You can highlight each pair by clicking on it. (the graph at the very top of pick3stats.com will change color - this makes it very easy to identify in which UNMASKED combo's the pairs are located).  The output gives you the number of UNMASKED (= unfiltred) combinations. You can further narrow down the number of combo's by masking groups of numbers (example all evens, or all odds, etc...), Or if you wish, certain people don't mask anything and choose visualy by sum or root (note that the graph on top of pick3stats.com itself gives you some excellent statistical info on how many times each sum/root occured.

                              Hope this helped you out !

                              Best regards,

                              Stefan

                              Bingo.. it clicked with me.. Thanks.. I was having a time trying to figure it out..

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