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joplin
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Posted: May 23, 2007, 10:03 pm - IP Logged

Each state prediction board for p/3 consist of thousands of numbers, and yet few get it right.  Not much more than 1% are right.  And it seems for the most part, that there may be a couple of dozen people that hit often. 

My question is: if you were to chart the predictions in your state, would the correct pick, be the number less chosen?  Or would you take the top predicters only and compare?  And how would you do this without going blind?

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    Posted: May 24, 2007, 6:12 am - IP Logged

    Each state prediction board for p/3 consist of thousands of numbers, and yet few get it right.  Not much more than 1% are right.  And it seems for the most part, that there may be a couple of dozen people that hit often. 

    My question is: if you were to chart the predictions in your state, would the correct pick, be the number less chosen?  Or would you take the top predicters only and compare?  And how would you do this without going blind?

    Gsc5,

    The easiest way to do what you're talking about is to use the LP "Deflate" tool.  Using that tool you can easily find out which combos are chosen the most or least on the board.  I think it would be better to play the ones chosen more frequently but sometimes no one will have a hit so if you had played the combos not selected on the board you would have won.

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


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      joplin
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      Posted: May 24, 2007, 10:28 am - IP Logged

      Rick G,

      I don't understand how I could do that, would you have to enter each number or could you enter the entire set of predictions in one sweep.  Wed. there was over 7000 predictions with just 30 winners.  I am afraid I don't know much when it comes to different programs.  Is there a way to do this without having to enter each number by it self?  Thanks for your help.

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        Posted: May 29, 2007, 1:07 pm - IP Logged

        You can deflate the entire day of draws in every state.  On the daily numbers games page, at the top of the draw results click "advanced tools and options."  Click on "Deflate all Pick 3 results shown."  It does it for you automatically, no entering anything.

        You can then highlight and copy the results, paste it into Inspector 3 to inspect the results.

        Being a standard member, I believe you can use the deflate and inspector tools 20 times before it locks you out.  And updrade would definitely be recommended if you wish to use those tools often.

        Keep it simple 

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          Posted: May 29, 2007, 3:13 pm - IP Logged

          You can deflate the entire day of draws in every state.  On the daily numbers games page, at the top of the draw results click "advanced tools and options."  Click on "Deflate all Pick 3 results shown."  It does it for you automatically, no entering anything.

          You can then highlight and copy the results, paste it into Inspector 3 to inspect the results.

          Being a standard member, I believe you can use the deflate and inspector tools 20 times before it locks you out.  And updrade would definitely be recommended if you wish to use those tools often.

          Hey Surge,

          Just wanted to say "THANKS!!!" for giving that good explanation.  Most of the time I miss these questions/posts, or else just don't have the spare cycles to post the instructions, so it helps me out more than you could know when somebody "in the know" posts some instructions for a newbie.  It's worded just right -- short & sweet, and hits the high points! Thumbs Up

           

          Plus, I've been looking for an excuse to post this graphic!

          Thanks for the info!

           

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            joplin
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            Posted: May 29, 2007, 9:30 pm - IP Logged

            Thanks guys!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!