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# Let's Make Friends With the Pick 3 System

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Sunny California
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I don't know about you folks,but right now I think of the lottery as my enemy.

Something is telling me to get to know "it" better and become more friendly.

Bet a lot of you feel like that, hands up who do!!

So how do we go about making the "big bad wolf" our new best friend?

This is something I've been working on and thought I'd share for others who may be so inclined. First off,it will take quite a bit of time. Maybe you have some way to figure this out faster but I'm doing it all by hand during these long cold winter evenings. Keeps me busy,at least!

Number 1--Print out your entire (if possible) game's history in order. Evening should be separate from midday. If you'd like to do both together that is entirely up to you, however, I look at each game as a separate game.

Number 2--Now we go to work!

Starting with your very first drawing, we are going to write what we would have had to add to our drawing to get the next drawing.

Show you some examples here from CALIF. starting with the first drawing ever.

1 (7) 9 (1) 5 (4)

8 (2) 0 (7) 9 (5)

0 (0) 7 (9) 4 (3)

0 (0) 6 (3) 7 (4)

0 (7) 9 (9) 1 (7)

7 (0) 8 (8) 8 (5)

Is everyone with me so far? Don't let it get confusing. If you start doing this up and down your columns you will find it goes a lot faster then you think. It's a good brain exercise for sure! And you don't have to use parenthesis, just used them for example.

Real simple--7 1 and 4 are what we would have had to add to 195  to get the 809, using lottery math. This will all be done using lottery math so no calculators this time around!

Continue on through your whole game.

This in itself should take you a good long time to finish.

If you ever make it through the whole game and wish to continue, here are a few things I'm going to be counting up or looking at.

First I will count how many times I had to +0+1,+2,+3,etc. to my number to get the next number from each column.

So your chart could wind up something like this:

0--945  0--863  0--745

1--899  1--678  1--648

etc. on down.

This is going to help you formulate your own customized system for your state. I can't stress that enough! I would love for someone in each state to do this!

Yes, we can look at statistics, we can look at hot numbers, cold numbers, evens, odds. I'm not so great with all that stuff so I have to think of other ways to break down my game. This is for those of you who might be in a similiar situation. How else can you know your game unless we break it down into a way that we can actually see what's going on? If we do what I am showing above,you are going to know EXACTLY

what it took to get the next number. No guesswork, no calculations,no this number is due, THAT number is due, you are just going to see what you would have had to add to get it,CASE CLOSED!

I will add a few more things to look for in a little bit.

Just want to get everyone thinking about CUSTOMIZING FOR THE NEW YEAR!!

Every state's game history is unique, so let's get started working on your own unique system as we attempt to make friends with the lottery!

Thanks,everyone!!

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I think this is a great system.

I'll do Oklahoma's history, but with a little twist.

I'm going to reorder the picks according to numeric sequence.

So, pick 924 becomes 249; pick 821 becomes 128; ect...

I want to reoder them so when I do the frogger math from one to the other,

I can focus on reoccurring patterns in the math.

Then I might be able to see which addition sequences happen more frequently.

Plus, I need something like this to keep my brain busy. I ain't gettin' no younger.

I'll work on it and return with my findings...

Steve

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I'll work on this for FL, but there are 3290 drawings to do this for and will take some time.  You know I'm always in on your new ideas .  What do you think of Steve's idea above?

Good Luck!

Stavros

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I think this is a great system.

I'll do Oklahoma's history, but with a little twist.

I'm going to reorder the picks according to numeric sequence.

So, pick 924 becomes 249; pick 821 becomes 128; ect...

I want to reoder them so when I do the frogger math from one to the other,

I can focus on reoccurring patterns in the math.

Then I might be able to see which addition sequences happen more frequently.

Plus, I need something like this to keep my brain busy. I ain't gettin' no younger.

I'll work on it and return with my findings...

Thanks for stopping by,Steve! And that's a GREAT idea about reordering the picks from smallest to largest number! Thought of doing it that way too, and will when time permits. Can't hurt to do it both ways!

Patterns,patterns,patterns! You are so correct. This will definitely show some new ones that maybe we haven't seen before.

Thanks for attempting OKLAHOMA. Good luck and can't wait to hear what you find out. I'm sure OK. can't wait either!

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I'll work on this for FL, but there are 3290 drawings to do this for and will take some time.  You know I'm always in on your new ideas .  What do you think of Steve's idea above?

How ya doin', Stavros? Only 3290 drawings? Awww,you got it easy!   I'm working on almost 7,000,haha.

I think Steve's idea is fantastic! That way you can look at it from another angle. The more ways we can study our numbers, the better.

Thanks for starting on FLORIDA!  Take your time! I'm planning this as my ongoing project for 2007. Hopefully, by next year at this time we will be well on our way to understanding our games better and be able to predict more winners!

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Here's where I'm going with this..

The first number is the straight pick

The second number is the same pick reordered from low to high digits

skip

The third number is the difference between the second numbers digits

For instance, 899. From 8 to 9 = 1 and from 9 to 9 = 0. So the third number is 1 and 0 or 10

For instance, 569. From 5 to 6 = 1 and from 6 to 9 = 3. So the third number is 1 and 3 or 13

The fourth number is the difference between the third number.

For instance, 1 going to 0 = -1

For instance, 1 going to 3 = +2

The fifth number is the difference between the last pick's fourth number and the

next pick's fourth number.

Pretty easy, huh?

So, we could focus on the most common fifth numbers which look to be

-2, -1, +1, and +2

Then we would figure out the skips that have those.

From the bottom up, they are...

11, 02, 16, 14, 12, 03, 04, 32, and 44

Then we can go to the number scale below and work out all the picks

according to the skips.

9-9-8 = 899 skip = 10 = -1 ^
6-9-5 = 569 skip = 13 = +2 ^ -3
0-9-7 = 079 skip = 72 = -5 ^ +7
7-5-6 = 567 skip = 11 == 0 ^ -5
6-6-0 = 066 skip = 60 = -6 ^ +6
2-2-0 = 022 skip = 20 = -2 ^ -4
4-0-8 = 048 skip = 44 == 0 ^ -2
3-0-5 = 035 skip = 32 = -1 ^ +1
1-9-4 = 149 skip = 35 = +2 ^ -3
9-5-5 = 559 skip = 04 = +4 ^ -1
0-0-3 = 003 skip = 03 = +3 ^ +1
0-1-3 = 013 skip = 12 = +1 ^ +2
3-6-6 = 366 skip = 30 = -3 ^ +4
2-0-8 = 028 skip = 26 = +4 ^ -7
7-3-2 = 237 skip = 14 = +3 ^ +1
7-0-1 = 017 skip = 16 = +5 ^ -2
0-0-9 = 009 skip = 09 = +9 ^ -4
3-1-7 = 137 skip = 24 = +2 ^ +7
7-3-6 = 367 skip = 31 = -2 ^ +4
9-7-9 = 799 skip = 20 = -2 ^ 00
2-4-7 = 247 skip = 23 = +1 ^ -3
2-0-0 = 002 skip = 02 = +2 ^ -1
8-6-7 = 678 skip = 11 == 0 ^ +2

1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-0

Skip 11 = 123, 234, 345, 456, 567, 678, 789, 890, 901, 012

Skip 02 = 113, 224, 335, 446, 557, 668, 779, 880, 991, 002

Skip 16 = 128, 239, 340, 451, 562, 673, 784, 895, 906, 017

Skip 14 = 126, 237, 348, 459, 560, 671, 782, 893, 904, 015

Skip 12 = 124, 235, 346, 457, 568, 679, 780, 891, 902, 013

Skip 03 = 114, 225, 336, 447, 558, 669, 770, 881, 992, 003

Skip 04 = 115, 226, 337, 448, 559, 660, 771, 882, 993, 004

Skip 32 = 146, 257, 368, 479, 580, 691, 702, 813, 924, 035

Skip 44 = 159, 260, 371, 482, 593, 604, 715, 826, 937, 048

Now, let's see if this is profitable...

We'll just play 'em all everyday for the  23 days I have for a sample

90 picks @ \$0.25 each online = \$22.50 per day for 23 days = \$517.50

We hit 6 singles and 3 doubles for a total of \$450.00

We would have to use filters and get just a few picks to play, but I

think this would work.

Steve

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More ways to analyze this data after you are finished getting your add on numbers......

#1--For each number individually, go back and count how many times you had to +1+2,etc. to it to get the next drawing. I'm sure after awhile there will be some sort of pattern. For example, say that after all of your 7's, you find a lot of +1's or +2's. Track this column by column first then you can go back and perhaps put all the 7's together and see what you come out with. So then we will know that when a 7 shows up we can add (?) to it and that will give us our next number most of the time.

#2--Look at the actual numbers you are coming up with from the add on's. Are some of these combinations repeating? How many? Do you see the +2+3+7 often or some other combo?

The eventual goal here is to wind up with a formula box like this......

1 4 6

3 5 7      (add on numbers)

2 1 1

.......so that when you see for example 734 928 and 006 come up you will go back through your data, find which add on's are the most popular for these numbers by column and place then accordingly into the box.

Now you will be able to get these in the right combos.

146 147 141

156 157 151

116 117 111

346 347 341

356 357 351

316 317 311

246 247 241

256 257 251

216 217 211

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Here's where I'm going with this..

The first number is the straight pick

The second number is the same pick reordered from low to high digits

skip

The third number is the difference between the second numbers digits

For instance, 899. From 8 to 9 = 1 and from 9 to 9 = 0. So the third number is 1 and 0 or 10

For instance, 569. From 5 to 6 = 1 and from 6 to 9 = 3. So the third number is 1 and 3 or 13

The fourth number is the difference between the third number.

For instance, 1 going to 0 = -1

For instance, 1 going to 3 = +2

The fifth number is the difference between the last pick's fourth number and the

next pick's fourth number.

Pretty easy, huh?

So, we could focus on the most common fifth numbers which look to be

-2, -1, +1, and +2

Then we would figure out the skips that have those.

From the bottom up, they are...

11, 02, 16, 14, 12, 03, 04, 32, and 44

Then we can go to the number scale below and work out all the picks

according to the skips.

9-9-8 = 899 skip = 10 = -1 ^
6-9-5 = 569 skip = 13 = +2 ^ -3
0-9-7 = 079 skip = 72 = -5 ^ +7
7-5-6 = 567 skip = 11 == 0 ^ -5
6-6-0 = 066 skip = 60 = -6 ^ +6
2-2-0 = 022 skip = 20 = -2 ^ -4
4-0-8 = 048 skip = 44 == 0 ^ -2
3-0-5 = 035 skip = 32 = -1 ^ +1
1-9-4 = 149 skip = 35 = +2 ^ -3
9-5-5 = 559 skip = 04 = +4 ^ -1
0-0-3 = 003 skip = 03 = +3 ^ +1
0-1-3 = 013 skip = 12 = +1 ^ +2
3-6-6 = 366 skip = 30 = -3 ^ +4
2-0-8 = 028 skip = 26 = +4 ^ -7
7-3-2 = 237 skip = 14 = +3 ^ +1
7-0-1 = 017 skip = 16 = +5 ^ -2
0-0-9 = 009 skip = 09 = +9 ^ -4
3-1-7 = 137 skip = 24 = +2 ^ +7
7-3-6 = 367 skip = 31 = -2 ^ +4
9-7-9 = 799 skip = 20 = -2 ^ 00
2-4-7 = 247 skip = 23 = +1 ^ -3
2-0-0 = 002 skip = 02 = +2 ^ -1
8-6-7 = 678 skip = 11 == 0 ^ +2

1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-0

Skip 11 = 123, 234, 345, 456, 567, 678, 789, 890, 901, 012

Skip 02 = 113, 224, 335, 446, 557, 668, 779, 880, 991, 002

Skip 16 = 128, 239, 340, 451, 562, 673, 784, 895, 906, 017

Skip 14 = 126, 237, 348, 459, 560, 671, 782, 893, 904, 015

Skip 12 = 124, 235, 346, 457, 568, 679, 780, 891, 902, 013

Skip 03 = 114, 225, 336, 447, 558, 669, 770, 881, 992, 003

Skip 04 = 115, 226, 337, 448, 559, 660, 771, 882, 993, 004

Skip 32 = 146, 257, 368, 479, 580, 691, 702, 813, 924, 035

Skip 44 = 159, 260, 371, 482, 593, 604, 715, 826, 937, 048

Now, let's see if this is profitable...

We'll just play 'em all everyday for the  23 days I have for a sample

90 picks @ \$0.25 each online = \$22.50 per day for 23 days = \$517.50

We hit 6 singles and 3 doubles for a total of \$450.00

We would have to use filters and get just a few picks to play, but I

think this would work.

You've been busy,Steve! Love your spin on how you're looking at this and what you're doing. Keep us posted please. Do you feel we need to do the whole history to get an accurate add on's? Or do you think you can get away with doing less?

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You know Lottolaughs,

I think 3 to 6 months would probably be enough to

get an idea of the behavior of the game.

Steve

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You know Lottolaughs,

I think 3 to 6 months would probably be enough to

get an idea of the behavior of the game.

I know you've done tons more research and work with the pick 3 so I trust your opinion. That's interesting. For some reason I always believe going back to the beginning and starting from day 1 would give a more accurate view but then again you also have to consider how patterns change and such so that makes sense. The "current" behavior would definitely rear it's head within 3 to 6 months. Great insight there,Steve. Appreciate your input!

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I want to test Georgia for tonight. I did a workout on the last month and took the top 9 skips.

It's a 90 number grid, but I will try to pick which 4 columns to play using Drawing Statistics for

Georgia's Evening game. I used the default setting of 50 days and the highest ranked 4 digits are

5, 9, 8, and 2. So, I'll watch those four columns for tonight.

--1----2----3----4----5----6----7----8----9---0

123 234 345 456 567 678 789 890 901 012

145 256 367 478 589 690 701 812 923 034

125 236 347 458 569 670 781 892 903 014

146 257 368 479 580 691 702 813 924 035

135 246 357 468 579 680 791 802 913 024

136 247 358 469 570 681 792 803 914 025

124 235 346 457 568 679 780 891 902 013

122 233 344 455 566 677 788 899 900 011

148 259 360 471 582 693 704 815 926 037

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 Georgia 6-5-9 5-9-4 0-5-1-4
594 = 459 = skip = 14 = +3 <no match>

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Hi... I just joined LP, and I'm just having a difficult time digesting all these prediction methods and systematics that people are talking about. For instance, when I see several rows or columns of numbers, I have no idea how they came up with those numbers and what you're supposed to do with them...

Anyway, just before I joined, I had actually compiled Ohio's Pick 3 history in Excel, so in about a minute, I'd done the methodology discussed in the initial post of this thread for all 8,462 evening and 2,308 midday Pick 3 drawings in Ohio. My issue is that I'm not exactly sure what to do with my data. I guess I'm asking that if I have no prior experience with this whole prediction matter, and now I want to learn the ropes... where should I start?

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Actually, now that I've read it over a few times, I think I understand what Lottolaughs is getting at in their fourth post, with the formula box...

I want to see if I understand it, so I'll use last night's Ohio evening number, 784...  Looking back through the results, the add-ons for all the other times 784 were drawn were:

234
024
679
231
237
235
740

Off the bat, I can see that four of the seven start with 23-, so I can start off with that. Making some educated picks from the list, I end up with something like

0 2 4
2 3 5
7 7 9

025 028 029
035 038 039
075 078 079
225 228 229
235 238 239
275 278 279
725 728 729
735 738 739
775 778 779

Which when added to 784 gives playable numbers of

709 702 703
719 712 713
759 752 753
909 902 903
919 912 913
959 952 953
409 402 403
419 412 413
459 452 453

Did I do that right?

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BTW, I rarely have enough money to play, but the 23X pattern was so convincing that I may just decide to play 91 front pair tonight :-P

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