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Using Gaps to Predict Pick 3 numbers

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Posted: September 12, 2007, 9:09 pm - IP Logged

http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/162413

I've recently taken an interest in Pick 3.
I've read a ton of posts, websites, etc, and have
gotten a pretty good education on how dedicated players pick their
numbers.

I play Pick 5 games and have developed a 'gap strategy' that I think
give players another choice and the wins they seek, including myself.

The link on this page is about revisions to a Workout plan for Pick 5, Pick 5+
and Pick 6 lotteries I posted here in October 2006. A lot of folks
expressed interest, but I don't think anyone actually adopted the strategy.
It was complex and time consuming. There wasn't much on predictions.

Another factor, is that a lot players are looking for 'easy buttons' that
generate winning numbers without much effort on their part.

I've since revised the strategy, particularly the Distribution and Count
chart. I've also developed several number prediction techniques.

I've been using the gap strategy for Pick 3 and obtained 4 $40 wins, playing
10 sets, any order and 50 cent plays. I had several no wins because the
winning combinations were doubles. And, I've been completely wrong on several
occasions.

It will take some words, but here is a Pick 3 workout using the gap strategy.

I'm not going to provide the D&C chart. Instead, I'm going to go directly
to the prediction method. I call it GNR, or, Gaps, No Repeats.

The GNR has 8 parts.

Part 1: PSN ID
Part 2: Gap stream  for last 5 drawings.
Part 3: Alpha ID.
Part 4: Psn ID Hot line:
Part 5: Inventory for five F positions.
Part 6: Inventory for five L positions.
Part 7: Alpha ID Inventory chart.
Part 8: Lottery number stream for last 5 drawings.

 

PSN IDs:    L2.L2.F1.F4.F5.F5.F4.F1.F1.F4.F5.F5.F4.L1

Gap stream: 3.6.1.8.4.5.7.0.2.9

Alpha IDs:    B.R.B.A.R.B.R.C.C.R.C.C.R.C.B

PID Hot line: L5.L3.F3.L4.F2.L2.F1.F5.F4.L1

F positions: F1.15, F2.11, F3.11, F4.16, F5.13

L positions: L1.19, L2.9, L3.12, L4.16, L5.10.

Alpha ID Inventory: R.18, A.34, B.30, C.26.

Lottery Number Stream: 3.8.2.9.3.1.0.6.5.4.7

The PSN ID hotline has 10 entries divided into 4 parts.
As of the last drawing (091207), reading from left to right, Part One is L5.L3.F3,
Part 2 is L4.F2.L2, Part 3 is F1.F5.F4, Part four is L1

The D&C chart data compiled over several weeks indicates the 5 Hot Gap numbers are 0.1.4.6.9.

The Alpha ID inventory and other data logged through 091207,
suggests I should select 2 As, 2 Bs and 1 C.

Using the PID Hot line:

A = L5.L3.F3
B = L4.F2.L2
C = F1.F5.F4
R = L1

R is for repeats.

The Gap stream, in the GNR scheme, has a set format. The first five numbers, reading from left to right, are always the F numbers.
The last 5 numbers are the L numbers.

Referring to the Gap stream: L5 is 9, L3 is 0, L4 is 7, F2 is 6, F1 is 3.

Therefore, the gap numbers I should use to generate lottery numbers are 90763.
Referring to Lottery number stream (current as of 091207), the lottery numbers to play are:

G9 = #5, G0 = #7, G7 = #0, G6 = #1, G3 = 2.

Using an alphabetical wheel to generate 10 sets.

ABCDE
57012

ABC = 570
ABD = 571
ABE = 572
ACD = 501
ACE = 502
ADE = 512
BCD = 701
BCE = 702
BDE = 712
CDE = 012

I'm going to play the sets in Any Order (box) with a 50 cent bet.

If the winning triple has 3 of these 5 numbers, I'll win $40. Otherwise, I'll lose $5.
If a double comes up, I'll lose.

I could spend $10 and play a combination Any/Exact for a larger win, but I'm not ready
to do that.

I could generate doubles and triples using these same 5 numbers, but I would have to play
56 sets ($28 or $56 for combinations). Not ready for that amount.
My pockets are shallow. LOL

I intend to play these 10 combinations for 3 days.

Bobby

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    Posted: September 13, 2007, 8:08 am - IP Logged

    http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/162413

    I've recently taken an interest in Pick 3.
    I've read a ton of posts, websites, etc, and have
    gotten a pretty good education on how dedicated players pick their
    numbers.

    I play Pick 5 games and have developed a 'gap strategy' that I think
    give players another choice and the wins they seek, including myself.

    The link on this page is about revisions to a Workout plan for Pick 5, Pick 5+
    and Pick 6 lotteries I posted here in October 2006. A lot of folks
    expressed interest, but I don't think anyone actually adopted the strategy.
    It was complex and time consuming. There wasn't much on predictions.

    Another factor, is that a lot players are looking for 'easy buttons' that
    generate winning numbers without much effort on their part.

    I've since revised the strategy, particularly the Distribution and Count
    chart. I've also developed several number prediction techniques.

    I've been using the gap strategy for Pick 3 and obtained 4 $40 wins, playing
    10 sets, any order and 50 cent plays. I had several no wins because the
    winning combinations were doubles. And, I've been completely wrong on several
    occasions.

    It will take some words, but here is a Pick 3 workout using the gap strategy.

    I'm not going to provide the D&C chart. Instead, I'm going to go directly
    to the prediction method. I call it GNR, or, Gaps, No Repeats.

    The GNR has 8 parts.

    Part 1: PSN ID
    Part 2: Gap stream  for last 5 drawings.
    Part 3: Alpha ID.
    Part 4: Psn ID Hot line:
    Part 5: Inventory for five F positions.
    Part 6: Inventory for five L positions.
    Part 7: Alpha ID Inventory chart.
    Part 8: Lottery number stream for last 5 drawings.

     

    PSN IDs:    L2.L2.F1.F4.F5.F5.F4.F1.F1.F4.F5.F5.F4.L1

    Gap stream: 3.6.1.8.4.5.7.0.2.9

    Alpha IDs:    B.R.B.A.R.B.R.C.C.R.C.C.R.C.B

    PID Hot line: L5.L3.F3.L4.F2.L2.F1.F5.F4.L1

    F positions: F1.15, F2.11, F3.11, F4.16, F5.13

    L positions: L1.19, L2.9, L3.12, L4.16, L5.10.

    Alpha ID Inventory: R.18, A.34, B.30, C.26.

    Lottery Number Stream: 3.8.2.9.3.1.0.6.5.4.7

    The PSN ID hotline has 10 entries divided into 4 parts.
    As of the last drawing (091207), reading from left to right, Part One is L5.L3.F3,
    Part 2 is L4.F2.L2, Part 3 is F1.F5.F4, Part four is L1

    The D&C chart data compiled over several weeks indicates the 5 Hot Gap numbers are 0.1.4.6.9.

    The Alpha ID inventory and other data logged through 091207,
    suggests I should select 2 As, 2 Bs and 1 C.

    Using the PID Hot line:

    A = L5.L3.F3
    B = L4.F2.L2
    C = F1.F5.F4
    R = L1

    R is for repeats.

    The Gap stream, in the GNR scheme, has a set format. The first five numbers, reading from left to right, are always the F numbers.
    The last 5 numbers are the L numbers.

    Referring to the Gap stream: L5 is 9, L3 is 0, L4 is 7, F2 is 6, F1 is 3.

    Therefore, the gap numbers I should use to generate lottery numbers are 90763.
    Referring to Lottery number stream (current as of 091207), the lottery numbers to play are:

    G9 = #5, G0 = #7, G7 = #0, G6 = #1, G3 = 2.

    Using an alphabetical wheel to generate 10 sets.

    ABCDE
    57012

    ABC = 570
    ABD = 571
    ABE = 572
    ACD = 501
    ACE = 502
    ADE = 512
    BCD = 701
    BCE = 702
    BDE = 712
    CDE = 012

    I'm going to play the sets in Any Order (box) with a 50 cent bet.

    If the winning triple has 3 of these 5 numbers, I'll win $40. Otherwise, I'll lose $5.
    If a double comes up, I'll lose.

    I could spend $10 and play a combination Any/Exact for a larger win, but I'm not ready
    to do that.

    I could generate doubles and triples using these same 5 numbers, but I would have to play
    56 sets ($28 or $56 for combinations). Not ready for that amount.
    My pockets are shallow. LOL

    I intend to play these 10 combinations for 3 days.

    Bobby

    Bobby, maybe the problem is that most of us are too dense to understand your acronyms.

    What is L5, G9 etc etc?  Without knowing the definitions of the elements you use, it all just seems incomprehensible to me at least. What is PSN the ALpha ID  Hotline, etc.?  I simply don't understand it without knowing how its all arrived at.....and this includes the D&C chart you mention, since I didn't find anything anywhere about it, other than a mention of it. Maybe it is all scaring away a lot of members because it looks like advanced mathmatics?

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      bobby623's avatar - abstract
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      Posted: September 13, 2007, 4:14 pm - IP Logged

      Bobby, maybe the problem is that most of us are too dense to understand your acronyms.

      What is L5, G9 etc etc?  Without knowing the definitions of the elements you use, it all just seems incomprehensible to me at least. What is PSN the ALpha ID  Hotline, etc.?  I simply don't understand it without knowing how its all arrived at.....and this includes the D&C chart you mention, since I didn't find anything anywhere about it, other than a mention of it. Maybe it is all scaring away a lot of members because it looks like advanced mathmatics?

      Badger

      Thanks for your interest.

      I knew when I filed the post that it might cause confusion, mainly because I used references not used here in other posts, at least, not that I've seen.

      I'm going to explain everything in detail in future posts, including the Gap Strategy -Introduction piece that I posted today.

      We need a new bone to chew on!

      And wouldn't you know it, the winning numbers for Texas Pick 3 Day drawing today are 798.

      Can't win for losing!

      Stay tuned.

      Bobby

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        Posted: September 14, 2007, 4:47 pm - IP Logged

        Winner is 185

        I had 2/3, which, doesn't pay

        Going to try again for Saturday.

        Bobby