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# Straight Into The Heart Of "Absolute Versatility": Part II

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Can you give us an example using numbers. I don't know about anyone else but it would sure help me. I get what you're saying about A=012 ect. but that doesn't make A only one number to worry about cause there are still three numbers that equal A. And how do you know when A is the first appearance cause 01and 2 come out all the time so how far do you go back to find A?

Hi kayee.

"Can you give us an example using numbers."

Yes, I will do that. I will show some progressions going in both directions using real numbers in real drawings. It is important to me to point out at the same time some of the particular difficulties I have been having with it as I do that.

So give me some time on that.

I'll have to put reference numbers in front of the drawings so that I can then point out which intervals to go to. (I don't think that I can depend on using colors anymore.)

What I am saying is that I will do that for you but I'm not going to rush trying to show you -- that will only frustrate me immediately.

"I get what you're saying about A=012 ect. but that doesn't make A only one number to worry about cause there are still three numbers that equal A. And how do you know when A is the first appearance cause 01and 2 come out all the time so how far do you go back to find A?"

I think that it may throw some at first to look at every 1 and 2 digit as a 0 digit; a 4, 5 and 6 digit as a 3; a 8 and 9 as a 7 digit but that is what I have always done. (It is second nature for me to do that.)

The first appearance principle has no concern that A is a 0,1 or 2; a B is a 3, 4, 5 or a 6; a C is a 7, 8 or 9. Each is literally just one of three total.

I'll try to explain that first appearance principle as time goes on.

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"I was hoping to eventually reach a point in which anyone who wanted to help me could work with me on some actual Pick 3 type lottery results. It's possible that any number of people could offer suggestions on the fly that just might prove to be solutions to some of the problems I'm having with the phenomenon. I mean, it might just be a "fresh pair of eyes" that will see some of these solutions."

I do not know how much you have ciphered out with your number groups. I could post some things I have figured out.

You have my permission to offer anything that is potentially helpful.

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To be on the same wave lenght for the discussion here I am using your number groups with the A B C.

What I am looking for when I do columns I am looking for the cycle and repetition of a group of lottery numbers.
Actual lottery numbers in columns have a tendency to run in groups in a column for a bit and then break to a new group at varied intervals. The new group may continue on a run in that column or it may not.
I use software to track the groups in their column(s) so I have an idea what is happening with a group thru its hit skip record.

The whole thing in a nutshell doing groups in columns is what group to pick in a column for the next draw.
It can drive you crazy at times on what to pick.
I am just about fully crazed 24 and 7 now.

I also keep track of the occurance of the combo groups  . Data is also kept on the hit skip and the occurance of a combo group exact order for reference.
There are 10 combo groups that make up the A B C groups.

What I think you are looking for are ideas on what to pick for the next draw using the column method visually. I think you may need to set up some sort of tracking to become familiar with hit skips of data.

AAA  AAB  AAC  ABB  ABC  ACC  BBB  BBC  BCC  CCC

A    012
B    3456
C    789

April  01, 2007 [ Evening ] 9 8 4  C C B
April  02, 2007  [ Midday ] 2 7 6  A C B
April  02, 2007 [ Evening ] 0 1 2  A A A
April  03, 2007  [ Midday ] 2 8 5  A C B
April  03, 2007 [ Evening ] 3 0 3  B A B
April  04, 2007  [ Midday ] 8 2 8  C A C
April  04, 2007 [ Evening ] 0 4 9  A B C
April  05, 2007  [ Midday ] 0 6 5  A B B
April  05, 2007 [ Evening ] 2 5 0  A B A
April  06, 2007  [ Midday ] 3 3 7  B B C
April  06, 2007 [ Evening ] 0 4 5  A B B
April  07, 2007  [ Midday ] 2 5 4  A B B
April  07, 2007 [ Evening ] 2 8 5  A C B
April  08, 2007 [ Evening ] 5 8 6  B C B
April  09, 2007  [ Midday ] 4 7 3  B C B
April  09, 2007 [ Evening ] 7 7 5  C C B
April  10, 2007  [ Midday ] 6 4 0  B B A
April  10, 2007 [ Evening ] 8 1 4  C A B
April  11, 2007  [ Midday ] 2 9 6  A C B
April  11, 2007 [ Evening ] 3 4 8  B B C

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You could keep track of your lottery numbers and code letters something like this.

Longest out is on the left to current drawn on the right. Just enter your next drawn number on the right in each position and delete on the left where that lottery number and code letter is.

You will get a visual how the lottery numbers and code letters are bunched up or spread out.

A    012
B    3456
C    789

You can also look at your column stacks of drawn numbers.
From the looks of position one the A may become active again.

South Carolina history

April  01, 2007 [ Evening ] 9 8 4  C C B
April  02, 2007  [ Midday ] 2 7 6  A C B
April  02, 2007 [ Evening ] 0 1 2  A A A
April  03, 2007  [ Midday ] 2 8 5  A C B
April  03, 2007 [ Evening ] 3 0 3  B A B
April  04, 2007  [ Midday ] 8 2 8  C A C
April  04, 2007 [ Evening ] 0 4 9  A B C
April  05, 2007  [ Midday ] 0 6 5  A B B
April  05, 2007 [ Evening ] 2 5 0  A B A
April  06, 2007  [ Midday ] 3 3 7  B B C
April  06, 2007 [ Evening ] 0 4 5  A B B
April  07, 2007  [ Midday ] 2 5 4  A B B
April  07, 2007 [ Evening ] 2 8 5  A C B
April  08, 2007 [ Evening ] 5 8 6  B C B
April  09, 2007  [ Midday ] 4 7 3  B C B
April  09, 2007 [ Evening ] 7 7 5  C C B
April  10, 2007  [ Midday ] 6 4 0  B B A
April  10, 2007 [ Evening ] 8 1 4  C A B
April  11, 2007  [ Midday ] 2 9 6  A C B
April  11, 2007 [ Evening ] 3 4 8  B B C

A  012
B  3456
C  789
ACA  BBCB  CAB
190_5476_823
AAB  BBCC  ACB
026_3587_194
AAC  CBBA  BBC
129_7350_468

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I would like to make a point here on using this method of play.

This is what I call exact order wheeling.

When wheeling exact order with this method using numbers in groups and using all the numbers in the exact wheel can create as few as 27 exact plays or as many plays as you desire depending on how many numbers you put in each position.

This system of exact order can be costly playing a large field of numbers exact order.

If you do not have a bank roll to cover your losses or can not afford to lose a bunch of money I do not recommend this system.
It's all in the math how frequent you need to hit playing exact order.

Just read the second line of my signature.

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You could keep track of your lottery numbers and code letters something like this.

Longest out is on the left to current drawn on the right. Just enter your next drawn number on the right in each position and delete on the left where that lottery number and code letter is.

You will get a visual how the lottery numbers and code letters are bunched up or spread out.

A    012
B    3456
C    789

You can also look at your column stacks of drawn numbers.
From the looks of position one the A may become active again.

South Carolina history

April  01, 2007 [ Evening ] 9 8 4  C C B
April  02, 2007  [ Midday ] 2 7 6  A C B
April  02, 2007 [ Evening ] 0 1 2  A A A
April  03, 2007  [ Midday ] 2 8 5  A C B
April  03, 2007 [ Evening ] 3 0 3  B A B
April  04, 2007  [ Midday ] 8 2 8  C A C
April  04, 2007 [ Evening ] 0 4 9  A B C
April  05, 2007  [ Midday ] 0 6 5  A B B
April  05, 2007 [ Evening ] 2 5 0  A B A
April  06, 2007  [ Midday ] 3 3 7  B B C
April  06, 2007 [ Evening ] 0 4 5  A B B
April  07, 2007  [ Midday ] 2 5 4  A B B
April  07, 2007 [ Evening ] 2 8 5  A C B
April  08, 2007 [ Evening ] 5 8 6  B C B
April  09, 2007  [ Midday ] 4 7 3  B C B
April  09, 2007 [ Evening ] 7 7 5  C C B
April  10, 2007  [ Midday ] 6 4 0  B B A
April  10, 2007 [ Evening ] 8 1 4  C A B
April  11, 2007  [ Midday ] 2 9 6  A C B
April  11, 2007 [ Evening ] 3 4 8  B B C

A  012
B  3456
C  789
ACA  BBCB  CAB
190_5476_823
AAB  BBCC  ACB
026_3587_194
AAC  CBBA  BBC
129_7350_468

Grumple Dumple

Numbers in groups will have hit skip data  by position. We are doing it visually here but I can set up my software for positional tracking to search any lottery number combinations up to four numbers per position at one time to see what the hit skip is for any particular group. Wether it is a group that is what we track or a group I can create on the spot.

Like position one I could search the 1905 or the 9054 or I could do just the 01 or just the 1.

Pencil and paper is fine but I am also a data hunter too.

mid 4/12 469 BBC
eve 4/12 039 ABC

You can also look at your column stacks of drawn numbers.
From the looks of position one the A may become active again.

ACA  BBCB  CAB
190_5476_823
AAB  BBCC  ACB
026_3587_194
AAC  CBBA  BBC
129_7350_468

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Jap69, I'm not going to lie to you -- much of what you have said in your posts seems pretty much over my head. I think part of it is that my brain has been hemorraging numbers for the last many years and I have thought of them only in terms of the phenomenon, so I guess it is very difficult for me to easily integrate new ideas into my understanding. But I am trying to understand your ways of working with the numbers. I am paying attention.

From earlier posts of yours:

"What I think you are looking for are ideas on what to pick for the next draw using the column method visually."

Well... yes, I am doing that if I understand you correctly, but if I (we) understood the phenomenon completely there would be no guesswork. You would literally know what that evening's drawing would be "straight" and every evening after and more than that you would actually be able to predict correctly a number of consecutive drawings before any of them occurred and in their correct order. I know that sounds absolutely crazy but based on my experiences over the last many years with the phenomenon I know that it is true. But I (we) are a long way from being able to do that.

"Actual lottery numbers in columns have a tendency to run in groups in a column for a bit and then break to a new group at varied intervals. The new group may continue on a run in that column or it may not."

I agree with that, but I would tell you that I have witnessed during my glimpses that there are specific reasons they do that.

"... can create as few as 27 exact plays..."

That "27" refers to these combinations -- right?:

AAA AAB AAC ABA ABB ABC ACA ACB ACC BAA BAB BAC BBA BBB BBC BCA BCB BCC CAA CAB CAC CBA CBB CBC CCA CCB CCC

Jap69, feel free to input anything you want in the thread. I will read everything but much of it I probably won't understand -- but if that's the case then there's no harm anyway. I will comment when I recognize any references that apply to anything that I am doing with the phenomenon. And if you recognize anything that I am doing that is similar to what you are doing you can say so too.

Everyone else please feel free to do that too.

I have no rules about participating.

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Here's a little bit of something for Curious, Kayee and Jap69:

323

240

810

196

680

331

057

281

733

All from left column:

323

240

810

733

-----

323

810

680

733

-----

323

680

331

733

in ABC form (if you like):

BAB

ABC

CAA

CBB

-------

BAB

CAA

BCA

CBB

-------

BAB

BCA

BBA

CBB

I tend to call those sequences.

Look them over.

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An attempt to explain some of my problems with understanding the phenomenon.

Let's say that this single drawing occurs:

475

In the left column that "4" (or that "B" if you prefer) in the 475 is going to be arrived at through all these relationships approaching it:

Left column:

A

A

B (4)

----

A

B

B (4)

----

A

C

B (4)

----

B

A

B (4)

----

B

B

B (4)

----

B

C

B (4)

---

C

A

B (4)

---

C

B

B (4)

---

C

C

B (4)

Not in those particular orders and not occurring over consecutive drawings either of course. (If only they would!)

They will form in their own specific and logical sequences and progressions according to AV's rules and logic.

******

And then the drawings that come after will have their own relationships with that same "4". Like this:

B (4)

A

A

----

B (4)

A

B

----

B (4)

A

C

----

B (4)

B

A

----

B (4)

B

B

----

B (4)

B

C

---

B (4)

C

A

---

B (4)

C

B

---

B (4)

C

C

Again: Not in those particular orders and not occurring over consecutive drawings (but across spans of drawings).

See all the relationships that exist for that B ("4") coming and going in just a single column? (And of course that goes for any given A and C in the column as well.) They are of course also present in the other two columns. That's why one needs to understand what AV is doing in all three columns to be able to see what is going to be arrived at before it actually gets there.

These very relationships are giving me a great deal of my difficulties with the phenomenon. They're there and they know what they're doing -- but I rarely can follow it long enough to get anywhere.

Each of the three numbers (Remember there are only three now.) are going to be involved in these relationships within the column:

"A" (0, 1, 2) will always have these interval relationships: AA AB AC CA BA

"B" (3, 4, 5, 6) will always have these interval relationships: BB BA BC CB AB

"C" (7, 8, 9) will always have these interval relationships: CC CB CA AC BC

I expressed those in no particular order from left to right -- however they are following their own particular order(s) in the actual drawings (and in either direction).

Those are the relationships that exist for each individual number (or letter) in each column.

As you approach an "A" a "B" or a "C" in just one column you must consider that all those relationships exist within the column and are absolutely important.

This phenomenon thrives on those relationships -- but on all of them in every column.

One is required to understand all of those interval relationships going in both directions in each of the 3 columns as well as between each of the 3 columns or one will have nothing but trouble.

Except for the occasional "magical short-lived glimpse" I get every many months or so I cannot maintain a grip on it. (Slippery as a greased eel it is.)

You know, it just now occurred to me what the more appropriate term for those might be: wouldn't those technically be inversions? (Like in music?)

Be back soon as I can.

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A few more are displayed along with the ones in the last post.

456

696

284

323

240

810

196

680

331

057

281

733

180

150

726

657

244

410

-----

(Abbreviations: LC = Left Column, MC = Middle Column, RC = Right Column)

MC

696 BCB

323 BAB

-----

196 ACB

726 CAB

****

MC

696 BCB

240 ABA

-----

810 CAA

726 CAB

****

MC

696 BCB

240 ABA

-----

196 ACB

331 BBA

****

LC

323 BAB

240 ABA

-----

810 CAA

733 CBB

****

LC

323 BAB

810 CAA

-----

680 BCA

733 CBB

****

MC

323 BAB

196 ACB

-----

331 BBA

057 ABC

That's just six that I found in that region of numbers.

If you are interested in examining these please spend some time with them and try to see if you can understand anything that is going on.

I will be gone for the weekend.

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An attempt to explain some of my problems with understanding the phenomenon.

Let's say that this single drawing occurs:

475

In the left column that "4" (or that "B" if you prefer) in the 475 is going to be arrived at through all these relationships approaching it:

Left column:

A

A

B (4)

----

A

B

B (4)

----

A

C

B (4)

----

B

A

B (4)

----

B

B

B (4)

----

B

C

B (4)

---

C

A

B (4)

---

C

B

B (4)

---

C

C

B (4)

Not in those particular orders and not occurring over consecutive drawings either of course. (If only they would!)

They will form in their own specific and logical sequences and progressions according to AV's rules and logic.

******

And then the drawings that come after will have their own relationships with that same "4". Like this:

B (4)

A

A

----

B (4)

A

B

----

B (4)

A

C

----

B (4)

B

A

----

B (4)

B

B

----

B (4)

B

C

---

B (4)

C

A

---

B (4)

C

B

---

B (4)

C

C

Again: Not in those particular orders and not occurring over consecutive drawings (but across spans of drawings).

See all the relationships that exist for that B ("4") coming and going in just a single column? (And of course that goes for any given A and C in the column as well.) They are of course also present in the other two columns. That's why one needs to understand what AV is doing in all three columns to be able to see what is going to be arrived at before it actually gets there.

These very relationships are giving me a great deal of my difficulties with the phenomenon. They're there and they know what they're doing -- but I rarely can follow it long enough to get anywhere.

Each of the three numbers (Remember there are only three now.) are going to be involved in these relationships within the column:

"A" (0, 1, 2) will always have these interval relationships: AA AB AC CA BA

"B" (3, 4, 5, 6) will always have these interval relationships: BB BA BC CB AB

"C" (7, 8, 9) will always have these interval relationships: CC CB CA AC BC

I expressed those in no particular order from left to right -- however they are following their own particular order(s) in the actual drawings (and in either direction).

Those are the relationships that exist for each individual number (or letter) in each column.

As you approach an "A" a "B" or a "C" in just one column you must consider that all those relationships exist within the column and are absolutely important.

This phenomenon thrives on those relationships -- but on all of them in every column.

One is required to understand all of those interval relationships going in both directions in each of the 3 columns as well as between each of the 3 columns or one will have nothing but trouble.

Except for the occasional "magical short-lived glimpse" I get every many months or so I cannot maintain a grip on it. (Slippery as a greased eel it is.)

You know, it just now occurred to me what the more appropriate term for those might be: wouldn't those technically be inversions? (Like in music?)

Be back soon as I can.

As I see it each lottery number in a group will have its own cycle.

Look over each lottery number in The S.C. game.

I am not going to put a lot of text.

The drawn numbers speak for themselves.

I put the  A 012  side by side. The list if numbers were started on the same date

A 012

B 3456

C 789____

__0_______1________2________

_075 ACB__841 CBA__329 BAC__

_083 ACB__174 ACB__526 BAB__

_990 CCA__811 CAA__892 CCA__

_140 ACA__163 ABB__792 CCA__

_820 CAA__171 ACA__325 BAB__

_040 ACA__169 ABC__820 CAA__

_806 CAB__196 ACB__221 AAA__

_082 ACA__515 BAB__082 ACA__

_160 ACA__513 BAB__952 CBA__

_309 BAC__140 ABA__245 ABB__

_470 BCA__134 ABB__259 ABC__

_012 AAA__221 AAA_299 ACC__

_303 BAB__641 BBA__294 ACB__

_049 ABC__316 BAB__276 ACB__

_065 ABB__160 ABA__012 AAA _

_250 ABA__117 AAB__285 ACB_

_045 ABB__012 AAA__828 CAC_

_640 BBA__814 CAB__250 ABA__

_039 ABC__________254 ABB__

__________________285 ACB__

__________________296 ACB__

__________________923 CAB

____                    _ 282 ACA

This is looking at each lottery number

The current draws are at bottom

0

_075 ACB__

_083 ACB__

_990 CCA__

_140 ACA__

_820 CAA__

_040 ACA__

_806 CAB__

_082 ACA__

_160 ACA__

_309 BAC__

_470 BCA__

_012 AAA__

_303 BAB__

_049 ABC__

_065 ABB__

_250 ABA__

_045 ABB__

_640 BBA__

_039 ABC

1

841 CBA__

174 ACB__

811 CAA__

163 ABB__

171 ACA__

169 ABC__

196 ACB__

515 BAB__

513 BAB__

140 ABA__

134 ABB__

221 AAA_

641 BBA__

316 BAB__

160 ABA__

117 AAB__

012 AAA__

814 CAB__

2

329 BAC__

526 BAB__

892 CCA__

792 CCA__

325 BAB__

820 CAA__

221 AAA__

082 ACA__

952 CBA__

245 ABB__

259 ABC__

299 ACC__

294 ACB__

276 ACB__

012 AAA _

285 ACB_

828 CAC_

250 ABA__

254 ABB__

285 ACB__

296 ACB__

923 CAB

282 ACA

3____

329 BAC__

346 BCC__

083 ACB__

163 ACB__

354 CCC__

883 CCA__

783 CCA__

513 BAC__

325 BAB__

134 ABB__

336 BBB__

316 BAB__

434 CCC__

309 BAC__

303 BAB__

337 BBC__

473 BCB__

348 BBC__

039 ABC__

734 CBB__

923 CAB__

4____

894 CCB__

549 BBC__

841 CBA__

346 BBB__

474 BCB__

174 ACB__

954 CBB__

354 BBB__

464 BBB__

140 ABA__

134 ACC__

040 ABA__

641 BBA__

434 BBB__

470 BCA__

245 ABB__

884 CCB__

457 BBC__

294 ACB__

984 CCB__

049 ABC__

045 ABB__

254 ABB

473_BCB__

640_BBA__

814_CAB__

348_BBC__

469_BBC__

734_CBB__

5___

__549 BBC

__075 ACB

__526 BAB

__954 CBB

__354 BBB

__599 BCC

__515 BAB

__513 BAB

__325 BAB

__757 CBC

__952 CBA

__245 ABB

__259 ABC

__457 BBC

__285 ACB

__065 ABB

__250 ABA

__045 ABB

__254 ABB

__285 ACB

__586 BCB

__775 CCB

_6

526 BAB

346 BBB

766 CBB

163 ABB

169 ABC

196 ACB

464 BBB

336 BBB

806 CAB

641 BBA

316 BAB

160 ABA

276 ACB

065 ABB

586 BCB

640 BBA

296 ACB

469 BBC

7____

075 ACB

474 BCB

766 CBB

174 ACB

171 ACA

977 CCC

783 CCB

792 CCA

757 CBC

470 BCA

117 AAC

457 BBC

276 ACB

337 BBC

473 BCB

775 CCB

734 CBB

8____

894 CCB

841 CBA

083 ACB

811 CAA

883 CCB

783 CCB

892 CCA

820 CAA

806 CAB

082 ACA

884 CCB

984 CCB

285 ACB

828 CAC

285 ACB

586 BCB

814 CAB

348 BBC

282 ACA

989 CCC

9_

894 CCB

329 BAC

549 BBC

954 CBB

977 CCC

169 ABC

990 CCA

599 BCC

892 CCA

196 ACB

792 CCA

952 CBA

309 BAC

259 ABC

299 ACC

294 ACB

984 CCB

049 ABC

296 ACB

469 BBC

039 ABC

923 CAB

989 CCC

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Jap69, I'm not going to lie to you -- much of what you have said in your posts seems pretty much over my head. I think part of it is that my brain has been hemorraging numbers for the last many years and I have thought of them only in terms of the phenomenon, so I guess it is very difficult for me to easily integrate new ideas into my understanding. But I am trying to understand your ways of working with the numbers. I am paying attention.

From earlier posts of yours:

"What I think you are looking for are ideas on what to pick for the next draw using the column method visually."

Well... yes, I am doing that if I understand you correctly, but if I (we) understood the phenomenon completely there would be no guesswork. You would literally know what that evening's drawing would be "straight" and every evening after and more than that you would actually be able to predict correctly a number of consecutive drawings before any of them occurred and in their correct order. I know that sounds absolutely crazy but based on my experiences over the last many years with the phenomenon I know that it is true. But I (we) are a long way from being able to do that.

"Actual lottery numbers in columns have a tendency to run in groups in a column for a bit and then break to a new group at varied intervals. The new group may continue on a run in that column or it may not."

I agree with that, but I would tell you that I have witnessed during my glimpses that there are specific reasons they do that.

"... can create as few as 27 exact plays..."

That "27" refers to these combinations -- right?:

AAA AAB AAC ABA ABB ABC ACA ACB ACC BAA BAB BAC BBA BBB BBC BCA BCB BCC CAA CAB CAC CBA CBB CBC CCA CCB CCC

Jap69, feel free to input anything you want in the thread. I will read everything but much of it I probably won't understand -- but if that's the case then there's no harm anyway. I will comment when I recognize any references that apply to anything that I am doing with the phenomenon. And if you recognize anything that I am doing that is similar to what you are doing you can say so too.

Everyone else please feel free to do that too.

I have no rules about participating.

That "27" refers to these combinations -- right?:

AAA AAB AAC ABA ABB ABC ACA ACB ACC BAA BAB BAC BBA BBB BBC BCA BCB BCC CAA CAB CAC CBA CBB CBC CCA CCB CCC

The amount of exact plays is determined by how many lottery numbers are in each position.

AAA has 3 lottery nubers per position. Makes 27 exact plays

BBB has 4 lottery numbers per position. Makes 64 exact plays

ABC has 3 in two positions and 4 in one position. Makes 36 plays

multipication of the amount of numbers per position.

3x3x3 = 27 plays

etc , etc

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Separating mid and eve draws may show a whole different ball game.

All my previous post are mid and eve combined.

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Hi again Jap69.

I would be interested in knowing (if it isn't a closely guarded secret with you that is) exactly what today's lottery software is capable of analyzing with regard to the Pick 3 (and 4) type games.

Exactly what aspects of the drawings is it analyzing?

I am wondering if it makes analyses for each single column in relation to the other two; for any two columns in relation to the third; for all three columns -- and how is it doing that?

Thanks for any info you can give on that.

Don't rush an answer -- the more thorough an explanation the better for me.

Regards.

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ABA

CBB

ABA

AAC

ACB

BCB

BBC

CBB

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ABA

CBB

ABA

AAC

ACB

BCB

BBC

CBB

In the topmost example:

Two progressions are accomodated (Both are to be perceived moving from bottom upwards.):

In the left column (illustrated in red):

ABA

CBB

BBC

(bottom upwards)

In the right column (illustrated in blue):

CBB

ABA

BBC

(bottom upwards)

Notice that the red C and the blue A are each an instance of the "first appearance principle".

Both are completed and balanced.

***

In the second example:

Two progressions are accomodated (illustrated in green and to be perceived moving in a downward direction):

ABA

AAC

ACB

(top downwards)

ABA

BBC

CBB

(top downwards)

Both are completed and balanced.

(Extreme right and middle columns can be said to "dominate" because in the BBC (green) the "middle column B" and "extreme right column C" are first instances.)

***

This was an attempt to demonstrate how each letter can be (and indeed is) many things at the same moment.

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