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Predictability and Unpredictability of lottery Patterns.

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Posted: April 25, 2008, 11:09 am - IP Logged

A lottery game has a particular structural make up unique to it.

Because of that there are expected stats to it, but there is no logical reason to think that the expected stats will hold true, not completely anyway, in a more or less long run, most and or more than half of the expected stats should come out as expected for that particular game.

It is harder and or impossible to predict the unexpected, so one such as myself, looks for stats-patterns that behave in a more regular and predictable way than other stats-patterns, I don't mean to say that there are stats-patterns that always behave exactly in the very same way, only to say that with some state lotteries there might more often be particular stats-patterns that are somewhat more dependable in their behavior than some other stats-patterns.

It is possible that there might be some whose prediction logic depend on the unpredictability of patterns-stats.

I have found it easier to work with stats that are more stable in their behavior.

Repeated study of a game's past draws gives you an idea as to what to expect in relation to the stats' behavior.

Not all so called random events are 100% unpredictable 100% of the time as there might also be no "Random" events that are 100% predictable 100% of the time.

There appears to be somewhat flexable limits to both: Predictability and unpredictability.

It depend on many factors, such as the make-up of a game and the particular stat that is being tested, also on how the draws are conducted by the particular state.

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    Texas Pick 3 Day Previous Lottery Results
     Draw Date      Results
    Thu, Apr 24, 2008    0-8-2, Sum It Up: 10
    Wed, Apr 23, 2008    9-0-1, Sum It Up: 10
    Tue, Apr 22, 2008    4-4-2, Sum It Up: 10
    Mon, Apr 21, 2008    9-9-8, Sum It Up: 26
    Sat, Apr 19, 2008    1-7-2, Sum It Up: 10
    Fri, Apr 18, 2008    1-4-6, Sum It Up: 11
    Thu, Apr 17, 2008    2-4-7, Sum It Up: 13
    Wed, Apr 16, 2008    6-4-7, Sum It Up: 17
    Tue, Apr 15, 2008    9-6-6, Sum It Up: 21
    Mon, Apr 14, 2008    8-9-7, Sum It Up: 24

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    A pick 3 game-number (Full Number) has 3 digits from 0 to 9 for 10 possible digits by each of the 3 positions, be a boxed or a straight number.

    10x10x10=1000 possible straight number-combinations.

    The straight numbers are the true natural number-combinations.

    Boxed numbers and playing is an artificial thing-system.

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    The LP past draws database gave me the numbers of 10 past draws.

    I am writing this, because soon I will be off the Internet for some time, I don't know for how long and want to leave 1 or more new posts before I go.

    Let us take a quick look at 1 position of the 3 of those 10 draws.

    0

    9

    4

    9

    1

    1

    2

    6

    9

    8

    That was the first straight position seen above to the left.

    There are 10 possible digits from 0 to 9.

    So if random would mean that all 10 digits would come out on 10 draws then all would come out and also there would be no repeats of the same digits.

    But "Random" does not work in that way.

    On those 10 past draws for that one position:

    0

    1

    1

    2

    4

    6

    8

    9

    9

    9

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    7 digits out of the 10 possible digits came out.

    3 digits didn't come out on 10 draws.

    5 digits came out 1 time.

    1 digit came out 2 times.

    1 digit came out 3 times.

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    If we look at the other 2 positions we will also see that on 10 draws:

    1 or more digits won't come out at all.

    Some digits will come out only 1 time.

    And some digits will come out more than 1 time.

    That is how "Random" really works.

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    What does that say about predictability and unpredictability?

    Not very often at all if ever will we see all 10 digits come out on 10 draws.

    Not very often at all if ever will we see the very same digit (Any One Digit) come out 10 times in sequence in the same straight position.

    As we can see by that, there are limits of predictability and unpredictability.

    This so far as not an indepth study, so I am not trying to define such limits, at least not yet, just more or less so so, enough to give a rough idea.

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    There were at least 2 digits that didn't come out at all on 10 draws.

    There were at least 2 digits that came out only 1 time on 10 draws.

    There were at least 2 digits that came out 2 or more times on 10 draws.

    As I said is is not an indepth study of probability, but it should provide an idea of what I am talking about, about predictability and unpredictability.

    As I said there are limits to them, somewhat flexable limits, but limits.

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    Take a look at the draws and see by yourself what I am talking about.

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      Posted: April 25, 2008, 1:05 pm - IP Logged

      On those 10 draws no digit repeated more than 4 times, it was more likely that most often digits would repeat no more than 3 times on the 10 draws.

      Texas Pick 3 Night Previous Lottery Results
       Draw Date      Results
      Thu, Apr 24, 2008    6-1-5, Sum It Up: 12
      Wed, Apr 23, 2008    9-2-2, Sum It Up: 13
      Tue, Apr 22, 2008    9-5-0, Sum It Up: 14
      Mon, Apr 21, 2008    9-9-8, Sum It Up: 26
      Sat, Apr 19, 2008    1-8-6, Sum It Up: 15
      Fri, Apr 18, 2008    1-7-3, Sum It Up: 11
      Thu, Apr 17, 2008    4-5-6, Sum It Up: 15
      Wed, Apr 16, 2008    1-0-7, Sum It Up: 8
      Tue, Apr 15, 2008    2-0-0, Sum It Up: 2
      Mon, Apr 14, 2008    2-2-7, Sum It Up: 11

      As we can also see on the Night draws it is not very likely that on 10 draws digits will come out more than 3 times by straight position.

      Remember, in general I am talking about flexable limits of predictability and unpredictability.

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        Posted: April 25, 2008, 1:35 pm - IP Logged

        These things will not be the same all of the time.

        The rule that we are trying to find out about is the rule of "Most Often" and "More Likely, Most Often"

        "Most Often" is a relative term and means more often than "Otherwise", "The Rest" or whatever is left after "Most Often".

        We are trying to define as much as possible the predictability rules and limits of particular patterns-stats.

        In order to later use them to produce some kind of prediction logic or logics.

        For a beggining look at this way of thinking, look at:

        http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/173920/1019593

        And at:

        http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/173407/1019011

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          First of all, 10 past draws are not enough draws to study when trying to learn about and develop probability-prediction "Rules".

          I can't take too much time with this, so I will only try to give general and very basic ideas.
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          We know that on those draws:

          There were at least 2 digits that didn't come out at all on 10 draws.

          There were at least 2 digits that came out only 1 time on 10 draws.

          There were at least 2 digits that came out 2 or more times on 10 draws.

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          But it might help us a little more if we also knew:

          What are the Lower and Upper Limits of:

          The digits that won't come out on 10 draws, How many digits at least will not come out, but no more than How many digits will not come out (Average or most of the time)?

          The digits that will come out only 1 time on 10 draws, How many digits at least will come out 1 time, but no more than How many digits will come out 1 time (Average or most of the time)?

          The digits that will come out more than 1 time and How many times will they come out? How many digits at least will come out more than 1 time, but no more than How many digits will come out more than 1 time (Average or most of the time)?

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            I made a few corrections to the past post, the corrections are on red.

            Now as I said 10 past draws are not even close to being enough draws with which to develop prediction techniques with, I must study very many more draws and many times (Over and Over) over a long period of time.
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            Any how let us try to take a very quick look at the skips of those digits there on the first position for those draws.

            Texas Pick 3 Day Previous Lottery Results
             Draw Date      Results
            Thu, Apr 24, 2008    0
            Wed, Apr 23, 2008    9
            Tue, Apr 22, 2008    4
            Mon, Apr 21, 2008    9
            Sat, Apr 19, 2008    1
            Fri, Apr 18, 2008    1
            Thu, Apr 17, 2008    2
            Wed, Apr 16, 2008    6
            Tue, Apr 15, 2008    9
            Mon, Apr 14, 2008    8
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            8 Digit = 9 + draws skips, didn't repeat yet after 9 draws.
            9 Digit = 5, 2, 1 + draws skips, didn't repeat for the last 1 draws.
            6 Digit = 7 + draws skips, didn't repeat yet after 7 draws.
            2 digit = 6 + draws skips, didn't repeat yet after 6 draws.
            1 digit = 1, 4 + draws skips, didn't repeat yet after 4 draws.
            4 digit = 2 + draws skips, didn't repeat yet after 2 draws.
            0 digit = 0 + draws skips (?).

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            These skips stats are almost useless like this as the skips should be charted for very many many past draws to be of some use.
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            But even so we already see that:
            On those 10 past draws:
            From the last draw to the very next draw only 1 time a digit repeated, the digit # 1, so it is 1 out of 9 and 8 times out of 9 there were no digits repeats from last to next draws.
            We would also need to check the other 2 straight positions for stats on that.
            Also we need the stats for repeats of digits from:
            2nd last draw to next draw.
            3rd last draw to next draw.
            4th last draw to next draw.
            Etc.


            The above should be done for all 3 straight positions and not just for 10 past draws, but for as many past draws as needed to stablish or determine the Lower, Middle and Upper limits and the Average limits of those particular skips stats.

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              We are looking for more than 1 kind of skips stat:

              Skips of the very same digits, like the skips of all the 0s and or the skips of all the 1s, ETC.

              Then we are also looking for the skips of a particular draw to another particular draw, for example How often does a digit repeats from the last draw to the very next draw, and or from the 2nd last draw to the next draw and or from the 3rd last draw to the very next draw ETC?

              A twist to that would be:

              How often does the 0 repeats from the last draw to the very next draw and from 2nd last to the very next draw, ETC and the same for each of the 10 digits from 0 to 9?

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              There are other skips stats to digits, these are just the more or less basic stats.

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                There are stats within stats:

                For example, besides How often a digit repeats from last to next draw, ETC, you might also want to know the skips of those repeats, both over all for any and all digits and also the stats by particular digits, this I know that it might be harder to understand by maybe if I show a quick example:

                Texas Pick 3 Night Previous Lottery Results
                 Draw Date      Results
                Thu, Apr 24, 2008    6
                Wed, Apr 23, 2008    9 Repeat from last draw = 1 draw skip.
                Tue, Apr 22, 2008    9 Repeat from last draw = 2 draws skip.
                Mon, Apr 21, 2008    9
                Sat, Apr 19, 2008    1 Repeat from last draw. = 4 draws skip.
                Fri, Apr 18, 2008    1
                Thu, Apr 17, 2008    4
                Wed, Apr 16, 2008    1
                Tue, Apr 15, 2008    2 Repeat from last draw.
                Mon, Apr 14, 2008    2

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                The skips for that kind of stat are: 4, 2 and 1

                The stat was: Any digits repeats from last to next draw.

                For that stat the lowest skip was 1 draw and the highest was 4 draws, there were more repeats of the skips on the lower end, that is on 1 and 2 draws, but as I said before 10 past draws are not enough past draws to chart the activity of skips and to learn their lower, higher, medium and average limits.

                Right now i can only give you a basic idea.

                This idea also applies to the "Same Digits Only", but is not possible to properly show that with only 10 past draws.

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                  There are also kinds of "Difference" patterns-Stats, I have talked about that before on older threads:

                  Texas Pick 3 Day Previous Lottery Results
                   Draw Date      Digits, Digits' Difference.
                  Thu, Apr 24, 2008    0 9 digits any order difference
                  Wed, Apr 23, 2008    9 5 digits any order difference
                  Tue, Apr 22, 2008    4 5 digits any order difference
                  Mon, Apr 21, 2008    9 8 digits any order difference
                  Sat, Apr 19, 2008    1 0 digits any order difference
                  Fri, Apr 18, 2008    1 1 digits any order difference
                  Thu, Apr 17, 2008    2 4 digits any order difference
                  Wed, Apr 16, 2008    6 3 digits any order difference from last
                  Tue, Apr 15, 2008    9 1 digit any-order difference from last draw
                  Mon, Apr 14, 2008    8
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                  This difference stat can be used in more than 1 way, but I have probably already talked about that before on older threads of mine and or EXCALIBUR which was also myself.

                  We right away see that on those few draws only 1 time the difference was the same from last to very next draw, it was 5 and 5.

                  Those are any order or box differences, the straight differences could had been done instead and they should also be done to see if they have their uses also or not.

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                  The Lowest boxed difference was 0 and the highest was 9 on those few draws.

                  4 differences were from 5 to 9 and 5 differences were from 0 to 4, so they were about half and half.

                  6 of the differences were Odd numbers (Digits).

                  Due to the state lotteries also being able to see my posts I can't give detailed info on how to use the differences, needless to say they are very very powerful, you can Eliminate-Filter out digits with them from your source of combos and from your wheeling of digits by straight position.

                  You have to learn how to use them by yourself, hints and or instructions are given on some few older threads of mine.

                  Those very many difference filters of mine are very powerful when used right.

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                    Texas Pick 3 Day Previous Lottery Results
                     Draw Date      Digits, Digits' Difference.
                    Thu, Apr 24, 2008    0 1 digits any order difference
                    Wed, Apr 23, 2008    9 5 digits any order difference
                    Tue, Apr 22, 2008    4 5 digits any order difference
                    Mon, Apr 21, 2008    9 8 digits any order difference
                    Sat, Apr 19, 2008    1 10 digits any order difference
                    Fri, Apr 18, 2008    1 9 digits any order difference
                    Thu, Apr 17, 2008    2 6 digits any order difference
                    Wed, Apr 16, 2008    6 7 digits any order difference from last
                    Tue, Apr 15, 2008    9 1 digit any-order difference from last draw
                    Mon, Apr 14, 2008    8
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                    Those are the straight differences of those digits from one draw to the next draw they are about the same as the boxed differences, there is only 1 repeat from last to next draw, but most of these differences are from 5 to 10, they are a little on the high side.

                    This also has its use, as I said it helps to filter out digits by position.

                    Keep in mind that there are also filters failures and the failure rate increases the more filters that are used.

                    You might want to study skips of differences repeats from one draw to the next draw to see if that helps some or not, maybe also skips of the differences by digit, like the skips of the 0 differences and those of the 1s and those of the 2s ETC to see if that helps or not, many draws are need for such things.

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                      There are other possible ways of filtering out digits by position, 1 or a few more of them I have made myself to forget about them as I don't gamble and as I wanted to keep a few things secret from the state lotteries.

                      But of other possible methods that are not secret, besides the differences which I kept secret at one time, but then gave the secret away.

                      You could try tracking regular digits patterns such as High-Low, Even-Odd, In-out Etc.

                      For example:

                      Texas Pick 3 Day Previous Lottery Results
                       Draw Date      Results
                      Thu, Apr 24, 2008    0 Low-Even
                      Wed, Apr 23, 2008    9 High-Odd
                      Tue, Apr 22, 2008    4 Low-Even
                      Mon, Apr 21, 2008    9 High-Odd
                      Sat, Apr 19, 2008    1 Low-Odd
                      Fri, Apr 18, 2008    1 Low-Odd
                      Thu, Apr 17, 2008    2 Low-Even
                      Wed, Apr 16, 2008    6 High-Even
                      Tue, Apr 15, 2008    9 High-Odd
                      Mon, Apr 14, 2008    8 High-Even
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                      I have told people that "Compound" filters can be good to use sometimes, if you know how to, but some people didn't believe me, judge that for yourself, there is no proper public software for them, maybe the programers were scared of some of my filters as some techniques are powerfull.

                      Or they made the software just for themselves.

                      By the way compound filters was one of those techniques that I also kept secret for some time, but it was not them that I was talking about, there is still more than them.

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                      By the way, these new thread was started for my friend Ragwi as his birthday was on the 24 of April.

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                      And it will probably be the last thread that I start for some time to come, I don't know how long I will be away from the Internet, I hope that not too long, but I don't know, today might be my last day untill I came back again, whenever that might be.

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                      Texas Pick 3 Day Previous Lottery Results
                       Draw Date      Results
                      Thu, Apr 24, 2008    0 Out
                      Wed, Apr 23, 2008    9 Out
                      Tue, Apr 22, 2008    4 In
                      Mon, Apr 21, 2008    9 Out
                      Sat, Apr 19, 2008    1 Out
                      Fri, Apr 18, 2008    1 Out
                      Thu, Apr 17, 2008    2 Out
                      Wed, Apr 16, 2008    6 In
                      Tue, Apr 15, 2008    9 Out
                      Mon, Apr 14, 2008    8 Out

                      Most of those digits were OUT only 2 were IN.

                      I wonder about the other 2 positions and also about very many more draws other than just 10.

                      You can also chart skips of patterns such as High-Low, Even-Odd and In-Out.

                      And their compound filters also.

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                      There is a lot more than this, some still secret and a little unexplored.

                      A lot is known, but some stuff just takes too long to do by hand and some stuff is more complicated than other stuff, no matter if it is the known or the unknown stuff, if complicated better done with software, otherwise better just do the easier stuff.

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                      There are also possible VTrack techniques, but so far I have stayed away from them myself, there is already too much to mess with.

                      Don't get me wrong VTracks probably are just as good as anything else that I would use.

                      I just already have too much stuff as it is.

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                        A few more things while I still can.

                        There has been some or a lot of talk about what has been called 50-50 filters.

                        That is a 2 conditions filter, like a 0 and a 1 or a yes and a no.

                        For example if we are talking about digits by straight position, the digits in a particular position as shown on the other post, will either be:

                        High = 5 6 7 8 9 or Low = 0 1 2 3 4

                        Texas Pick 3 Day Previous Lottery Results
                         Draw Date      Results
                        Thu, Apr 24, 2008    0 Low
                        Wed, Apr 23, 2008    9 High
                        Tue, Apr 22, 2008    4 Low
                        Mon, Apr 21, 2008    9 High
                        Sat, Apr 19, 2008    1 Low
                        Fri, Apr 18, 2008    1 Low
                        Thu, Apr 17, 2008    2 Low
                        Wed, Apr 16, 2008    6 High
                        Tue, Apr 15, 2008    9 High
                        Mon, Apr 14, 2008    8 High

                        You can try to predict which pattern of those 2 the next digit to come on that position will have or you can try to predict which pattern of those 2 the next digit to come won't have.

                        Either way is either one or the other pattern a 50-50 choice, you will try to filter out half of the 10 possible digits per that particular straight position:

                        Either filter out all the Low 0 1 2 3 4 digits or all the High 5 6 7 8 9.

                        That is a very risky thing to try to do and very prone to filter failures.

                        Like on a coin, will it be Head or Tail? Very risky.

                        On my filtering I have stayed away from 2 condition filters such as that one and also such as Even-Odd Etc.

                        Instead when using all the 3 digits of the number with the High-Low filter and other such filters you will have and 8 condition filter, that is the same as a 8 patterns filter:

                        HHH

                        HHL

                        LHH

                        HLH

                        LLL

                        LLH

                        HLL

                        LHL

                        Filtering out 1 pattern out of 8 possible patterns is much less risky than filtering out 1 pattern out of 2 possible patterns.

                        The same is done with the Even-Odd, the In-Out filter and any other such filters.

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                        Of course a 50-50 filter filters out a lot of numbers.

                        While filtering out 1 pattern out of 8 as shown above filters out 125 straight numbers, it is more conservative and safer too.

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                        A 50-50 filter for the whole number that filters out half of all possible combinations would be like:

                        Mostly High or Mostly Low.

                        You devide or cut all the straight numbers into either:

                        Mostly Low

                        Mostly High

                        The mostly low would include all the next patterns:

                        LLL, LLH, HLL and LHL.

                        The mostly high would include all the next patterns:

                        HHH, HHL. LHH and HLH.

                        A very risky filter to use, but does have a lot of filtration power.

                        I stay away from very risky filters, I use lower risk filters which have much less filtration power.

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                        Digits by position have the most filtration power.

                        Then pairs by position have the next best filtration power.

                        Last, the whole number made out of all the 3 digits have even less filtration power.

                        So there are 3 basic filtration levels:

                        That of single digits.

                        That of pairs (2 Digits).

                        And that of the whole pick 3 number (3 Digits).

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                        But filters are or can be a lot more complicated than that.

                        For best filtration a few filters in each level can be used.

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                          Single digits, try to filter out at least 1 digit per position, but best 2 digits per position if possible to do without too much risk, otherwise only 1 digit per position.

                          9x9x9= 729 straight numbers

                          8x8x8= 512 straight numbers filtering out 2 digits by each position will equalize or even out the odds with the state lotteries if there are no filter failures while doing it.

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                          Pairs, there are 100 pairs per position and there are 3 pairs' positions.

                          As there are 1000 possible straight numbers so each pair by position filters out 10 straight combos (Numbers).

                          So if you filter out 10 pairs per a given position you will be filtering out 100 combos (Numbers).

                          So you could try to filter out from 10 to 30 pairs per each position.

                          The more pairs filtered out = the more pick 3 numbers filtered out also, but the more risk also.

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                          Last is filtering out whole pick 3 numbers, that is best done with patterns such as:

                          HHH = High-High-High Etc

                          and with such equal Even Odd and or In-Out patterns:

                          EEO, Out-In-In = OII, Etc.

                          Or with the Sums, Roots and LDRs of the whole pick 3 numbers.

                          And or with other filters such as the Widths of the whole pick 3 numbers or whatever.

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                          The pairs also have High-Low, Even-Odd, In-Out, Sums, Roots, LDRs, Widths and other filter patterns.

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                          As you can see, it is better to do filtration at all levels if it is possible without too much undue risk.

                          A little filtration here and a little more filtration there until there is enough filtration.

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                            When dealing with pairs you really need to use the stats of very many past draws, 10 draws are just not enough, even if I did real good once with only about 10 past draws, but that was long ago and I forgot how I did it.

                            Tx Pick 3 Day
                            Fri, Apr 25, 2008    1-7-9 17 19 79
                            Thu, Apr 24, 2008    0-8-2 08 02 82
                            Wed, Apr 23, 2008    9-0-1 90 91 01
                            Tue, Apr 22, 2008    4-4-2 44 42 42
                            Mon, Apr 21, 2008    9-9-8 99 98 98
                            Sat, Apr 19, 2008    1-7-2 17 12 72
                            Fri, Apr 18, 2008    1-4-6 14 16 46
                            Thu, Apr 17, 2008    2-4-7 24 27 47
                            Wed, Apr 16, 2008    6-4-7 64 67 47
                            Tue, Apr 15, 2008    9-6-6 96 96 66

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                            Tx Pick 3 Day
                            Fri, Apr 25, 2008    1-7-9 17 LH OO
                            Thu, Apr 24, 2008    0-8-2 08 LH EE
                            Wed, Apr 23, 2008    9-0-1 90 HL OE
                            Tue, Apr 22, 2008    4-4-2 44 LL EE
                            Mon, Apr 21, 2008    9-9-8 99 HH OO
                            Sat, Apr 19, 2008    1-7-2 17 LH OO
                            Fri, Apr 18, 2008    1-4-6 14 LL OE
                            Thu, Apr 17, 2008    2-4-7 24 LL EE
                            Wed, Apr 16, 2008    6-4-7 64 HL EE
                            Tue, Apr 15, 2008    9-6-6 96 HH OE

                            It works out better when you combine the patterns to make a compound filter.

                            For pairs the High-Low =: 4 Possible Straight Patterns:

                            HH

                            HL

                            LH

                            LL

                            And: The Even-Odd = 4 Possible straight patterns:

                            EE

                            EO

                            OE

                            OO

                            So 4 x 4 = 16 patterns as a compound filters for pairs, Low-High+Even-Odd.

                            Lower filtration per pattern, but more security, that is lower filter failures.

                            Filter out 1 or more compound patterns per each pair position, depends on the past stats per each position.

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                            Tx Pick 3 Day ............Sums, LDRs and Roots
                            Fri, Apr 25, 2008    1-7-9 17 08 8 8
                            Thu, Apr 24, 2008    0-8-2 08 08 8 8
                            Wed, Apr 23, 2008    9-0-1 90 09 9 9
                            Tue, Apr 22, 2008    4-4-2 44 08 8 8
                            Mon, Apr 21, 2008    9-9-8 99 18 8 9
                            Sat, Apr 19, 2008    1-7-2 17 08 8 8
                            Fri, Apr 18, 2008    1-4-6 14 05 5 5
                            Thu, Apr 17, 2008    2-4-7 24 06 6 6
                            Wed, Apr 16, 2008    6-4-7 64 10 0 1
                            Tue, Apr 15, 2008    9-6-6 96 15 5 6

                            So many repeats of patterns, might be best to deal with them with out using the Sums, LDRs and Roots patterns.

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                            Tx Pick 3 Day  "Boxed" Widths
                            Fri, Apr 25, 2008    1-7-9 17 6 Width
                            Thu, Apr 24, 2008    0-8-2 08 8 Width
                            Wed, Apr 23, 2008    9-0-1 90 8 width
                            Tue, Apr 22, 2008    4-4-2 44 0 width
                            Mon, Apr 21, 2008    9-9-8 99 0 width
                            Sat, Apr 19, 2008    1-7-2 17 6 Width
                            Fri, Apr 18, 2008    1-4-6 14 3 width
                            Thu, Apr 17, 2008    2-4-7 24 2 Width
                            Wed, Apr 16, 2008    6-4-7 64 2 Width
                            Tue, Apr 15, 2008    9-6-6 96 3 Width

                            Too many repeats also of the widt pattern, maybe best not to use that pattern either.

                            Some patterns at a given time are just best not used as filters as they will fail way too much.

                              ToadSchmode's avatar - aquas1

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                              Thx Lantern! I can tell you put a heII of a lot of time and effort into this post. At my age, i'll need to read it at least 3 times to understand it all. But i will!!!! Thx Again...Cheers

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