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Interesting Pick 3 and Pick 4 Numbers

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Here are a set of Pick 3 and Pick 4 numbers I came across while working on an R-Trac project and a modified V-Trac. I hope you look it over and find it as interesting as I did.

Pick 3 Set

1004
2005
3014
4015
5024
6025
7034
8035
9044
10045
11046
12047
13048
14049
15055
16056
17057
18058
19059
20149
21159
22249
23259
24349
25359
26449
27459
28469
29479
30489
31499
32559
33569
34579
35589
36599

Pick 4 Set

10004
20005
30014
40015
50024
60025
70034
80035
90044
100045
110046
120047
130048
140049
150055
160056
170057
180058
190059
200114
210115
220124
230125
240134
250135
260144
270145
280146
290147
300148
310149
320155
330156
340157
350158
360159
370224
380225
390234
400235
410244
420245
430246
440247
450248
460249
470255
480256
490257
500258
510259
520334
530335
540344
550345
560346
570347
580348
590349
600355
610356
620357
630358
640359
650444
660445
670446
680447
690448
700449
710455
720456
730457
740458
750459
760466
770467
780468
790469
800477
810478
820479
830488
840489
850499
860555
870556
880557
890558
900559
910566
920567
930568
940569
950577
960578
970579
980588
990589
1000599
1011149
1021159
1031249
1041259
1051349
1061359
1071449
1081459
1091469
1101479
1111489
1121499
1131559
1141569
1151579
1161589
1171599
1182249
1192259
1202349
1212359
1222449
1232459
1242469
1252479
1262489
1272499
1282559
1292569
1302579
1312589
1322599
1333349
1343359
1353449
1363459
1373469
1383479
1393489
1403499
1413559
1423569
1433579
1443589
1453599
1464449
1474459
1484469
1494479
1504489
1514499
1524559
1534569
1544579
1554589
1564599
1574669
1584679
1594689
1604699
1614779
1624789
1634799
1644889
1654899
1664999
1675559
1685569
1695579
1705589
1715599
1725669
1735679
1745689
1755699
1765779
1775789
1785799
1795889
1805899
1815999

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    Midday match-ups for 2007-01-12

    Local GovernmentPick 3Pick 4
    MiddayEveningMiddayEvening
    Arizona    
    California5 0 8   
    Connecticut7 5 8 6 2 2 6 
    Delaware4 7 9 4 3 4 2 
    Florida    
    Georgia4 0 6 9 5 3 1 
    Idaho    
    Illinois9 8 9 4 2 5 9 
    Indiana4 6 0 2 7 6 4 
    Iowa9 8 9 4 2 5 9 
    Kansas    
    Kentucky1 7 4 2 0 0 2 
    Louisiana    
    Maryland1 5 9 4 8 0 1 
    Massachusetts    
    Michigan5 4 6 7 8 3 4 
    Minnesota    
    Missouri7 6 5 2 0 7 8 
    Nebraska    
    New Jersey5 5 1 3 1 1 8 
    New Mexico    
    New York7 9 7 8 5 8 8 
    North Carolina    
    Ohio0 0 4 6 2 4 2 
    Oklahoma    
    Ontario    
    Oregon (1pm & 7pm)    
    Oregon (4pm & 10pm)    
    Pennsylvania1 1 1 1 5 4 8 
    Puerto Rico    
    Quebec    
    Rhode Island    
    South Carolina4 0 4 8 0 5 6 
    Tennessee3 7 0 6 3 2 1 
    Texas1 3 7   
    Tri State4 1 6 8 1 3 4 
    Virginia0 8 8 9 4 2 7 
    Washington    
    Washington, D.C.0 3 9 2 3 1 6 
    West Virginia    
    Western Canada    
    Wisconsin    

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      Complete set of Hits for 2007-01-12

      Local GovernmentPick 3Pick 4
      MiddayEveningMiddayEvening
      Arizona 7 5 6  
      California5 0 84 4 2  
      Connecticut7 5 89 1 16 2 2 65 2 0 1
      Delaware4 7 90 7 74 3 4 23 8 5 9
      Florida 8 6 5 7 3 7 9
      Georgia4 0 66 2 99 5 3 15 1 8 3
      Idaho 6 4 4  
      Illinois9 8 99 0 54 2 5 96 9 5 0
      Indiana4 6 00 4 02 7 6 46 0 3 2
      Iowa9 8 99 0 54 2 5 96 9 5 0
      Kansas 5 9 8  
      Kentucky1 7 40 1 12 0 0 26 2 7 4
      Louisiana 9 0 4 6 1 1 1
      Maryland1 5 97 6 24 8 0 15 3 4 2
      Massachusetts   0 4 7 9
      Michigan5 4 63 1 17 8 3 47 9 4 7
      Minnesota 1 6 5  
      Missouri7 6 55 3 52 0 7 83 3 4 7
      Nebraska 7 8 8  
      New Jersey5 5 11 6 93 1 1 86 2 6 3
      New Mexico 0 3 2 2 5 6 1
      New York7 9 74 4 28 5 8 82 1 3 4
      North Carolina 6 6 5  
      Ohio0 0 45 1 16 2 4 25 3 1 9
      Oklahoma 4 4 9  
      Ontario 4 6 5 9 6 5 6
      Oregon (1pm & 7pm)  4 2 7 96 9 8 2
      Oregon (4pm & 10pm)  1 7 2 92 5 0 1
      Pennsylvania1 1 19 8 71 5 4 89 6 8 2
      Puerto Rico 4 5 5 4 3 6 5
      Quebec 1 0 9 4 2 3 2
      Rhode Island   7 3 2 1
      South Carolina4 0 46 4 98 0 5 64 8 0 5
      Tennessee3 7 07 1 76 3 2 18 4 4 6
      Texas1 3 76 5 3  
      Tri State4 1 66 4 68 1 3 48 3 9 0
      Virginia0 8 84 3 19 4 2 79 1 7 2
      Washington 8 8 9  
      Washington, D.C.0 3 95 0 02 3 1 67 4 6 3
      West Virginia 4 6 1 4 0 1 1
      Western Canada 4 4 1  
      Wisconsin 1 8 6 7 1 5 9

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        It's easy to determine if a Pick 3 or Pick 4 combo matches the number sets listed at the beginning of this thread. Both the Pick 3 and Pick 4 drawn numbers will have both (0 or 9) and (4 or 5) in the combo. Example:

        051 yes

        912 no

        449 yes

        005 yes

        936 no

        515 no

         

        note the conditional statement: (0 or 9) and (4 or 5)

        Ponder

        Idea

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          Posted: January 16, 2007, 11:31 am - IP Logged

          I find your list interesting. Of the 15 draws so far, western canada has hit only once. Its a good list to eliminate numbers.

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            I find your list interesting. Of the 15 draws so far, western canada has hit only once. Its a good list to eliminate numbers.

            good point, but not quite the idea i was suggesting.

            think about it some more. Ponder

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              Not sure I am getting the feel for this..

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                I'll work the Pick 3 first. Using the conditional statement (0 or 9) and (4 or 5), you could set up the statement as (A or B) and (C or D). Also, each number is randomly selected once and is used in the variable set {A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J}. Here are a few examples:

                {A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J}

                {0, 1, 4, 7, 8, 3, 5, 2, 6, 9}

                {2, 5, 6, 1, 0, 9, 4, 3, 7, 8}

                {3, 4, 9, 6, 1, 0, 8, 7, 2, 5}

                The conditional statement will always produce the same number of combos, 36, for any combination of numbers for A, B, C and D. The base list below is how to compile the randomly selected numbers and the first four number A, B, C and D are the conditional statement. The other numbers E, F, G, H, I and J are in a don't care condition.

                1AAC
                2AAD
                3ABC
                4ABD
                5ACC
                6ACD
                7ACE
                8ACF
                9ACG
                10ACH
                11ACI
                12ACJ
                13ADD
                14ADE
                15ADF
                16ADG
                17ADH
                18ADI
                19ADJ
                20BBC
                21BBD
                22BCC
                23BCD
                24BCE
                25BCF
                26BCG
                27BCH
                28BCI
                29BCJ
                30BDD
                31BDE
                32BDF
                33BDG
                34BDH
                35BDI
                36BDJ

                 

                Using the first example, {0, 1, 4, 7, 8, 3, 5, 2, 6, 9}, the substituted numbers gives this list of combos.

                1004
                2007
                3014
                4017
                5044
                6047
                7048
                8043
                9045
                10042
                11046
                12049
                13077
                14078
                15073
                16075
                17072
                18076
                19079
                20114
                21117
                22144
                23147
                24148
                25143
                26145
                27142
                28146
                29149
                30177
                31178
                32173
                33175
                34172
                35176
                36179

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                  This is very interesting, Doug. I don't think that 36 numbers is unreasonable to play on a regular basis, boxed. Heck, even a 1 in 15 could be worked with a progression.

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                    Doug,

                    From the original 36 numbers you had, I did a backtest of two months for SC Midday. I found that using a progression, you would have won $836 with a $1,852 max drawdown. Not too bad.

                    In SC Evening, it gets better....$1,466 on a $1,112 max drawdown...wow.

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                      North Carolina is favorable too...$876 on an $856 max drawdown. However, right now, the skip is 11, so the max drawdown is currently $1,432...still not too bad.

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                        I'm still not getting it either, but it looks very interesting. Just a little more explanation would really help. How would we use this on a daily basis? A simple 1-2-3 explanation would be great. Thanks Jadelottery.

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                          I am thinking it is like.. play these pairs...

                          40 45 90 95 50 49...

                          Am I correct...  the main thing is to play a combo that has two of the v1 or v5 or the combined v15

                           

                          Is this correct?

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                            I am thinking it is like.. play these pairs...

                            40 45 90 95 50 49...

                            Am I correct...  the main thing is to play a combo that has two of the v1 or v5 or the combined v15

                             

                            Is this correct?

                            you're on the right trac. except, only 40, 90, 95, 50 and 49 count; 45 does not meet the condition from the beginning of the topic, (0 or 9) and (4 or 5).

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                              Part of this comes from a Modified V-Trac I was working with an R-Trac Project and the current H-Trac System. The Modified V-Trac is setup like this.

                               

                              Modified V-TracPick 3 and Pick 4 Numbers
                              009
                              118
                              227
                              336
                              445

                               

                              The reason for the modification was to bring the V-Trac System numbers more inline with the H-Trac System and R-Trac Project numbers. It also complies with symmetry.

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