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How to guess what digit by column will come out next?

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Tx
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Posted: February 10, 2009, 11:53 am - IP Logged

Many of us would like to know that, Right?

We might start by getting 100 Random digits per column from a source, start with one column only then corelate with 2 columns and then with 3.

This would be a more or less long study if done right and would take quite some very long time to do, it would be best id done in parts or modules, that is the study, little by little, it is business of statistics of relations between digits.

Random Integer Generator

Here are your random numbers:

1st  2nd    3rd positions. 100 digits per each position.

 9  3   7 
7 1 3
6 7 0
4 2 1
1 4 5
2 7 9
2 0 6
0 1 1
6 9 0
3 9 7
9 4 8
2 7 4
0 4 7
7 8 2
0 9 0
3 7 3
5 1 7
2 3 1
2 8 5
4 5 0
8 7 2
9 2 8
5 8 2
6 3 4
9 5 1
7 5 7
1 3 5
3 8 3
2 7 5
0 7 9
1 3 3
6 5 3
6 5 0
1 8 0
5 3 5
8 0 6
8 7 6
2 2 8
2 0 9
7 8 6
3 2 4
9 4 3
8 8 3
8 8 5
3 1 4
9 9 0
5 5 3
4 4 5
5 8 8
0 9 2
9 6 8
0 8 3
4 9 1
6 7 6
4 7 8
6 3 3
1 7 2
0 2 5
4 2 4
7 1 8
4 6 3
5 7 7
0 6 9
2 4 6
1 7 5
5 0 1
7 5 1
9 5 5
8 9 5
3 4 5
7 1 6
9 6 4
6 8 4
2 9 0
9 6 9
1 9 4
9 2 1
8 9 5
3 0 5
4 6 8
6 3 5
4 2 6
7 5 8
1 8 6
0 8 9
9 0 7
1 3 2
8 8 1
6 8 3
7 7 7
1 8 5
3 3 0
8 7 6
1 7 2
3 1 7
5 5 5
9 3 1
3 6 3
9 7 0
2 5 7

Timestamp: 2009-02-10 15:41:03 UTC

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How to start? That is very hard, as seen on the samples above, the nature of random is such that more often than not by vertical column the random, not lottery digits, will not repeat from one vertical position to the very next one up vertical position.

As said, this digits were not produced by real lottery draws, but by a random integer generator.

This might mean that maybe that any particular digit has a 1/10 chance of showing up next and a 9/10 chance of not showing up next, so maybe a digit repeat from last "draw" to the next one might happen 1/10 of the time "Average" on a fairly long stretch of sequences of digits, only computing the stats of sections of sequences will tell for sure what is really happening.

In the short lenght-time, there will be sections in which there will be either more or fewer repeats than the maybe possible 1/10 average, this would or might change from one column to any other column.

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Now, as to digits repeating from any of the last 3 positions to any of the next 3 positions or to 1 particular position.

Any one digit has a 1/10 chance including the very last digit that came out, but since it already just came out, maybe sometimes it might have a little less than the 1/10 chance or not.

I don't know anything about Math but it would seem as if there is a 30% chance that any-one of the last 3 digits from the last 3 positions on a row might come out on a particular position of the next draw for a pick 3 number, but in practice it might not be so, I said that, because if any-one digit has a 1/10 chance then 3 particular digits together would increase the chance to 3/10 that one of them might come out on a particular position of a pick 3 number for the next draw.

The next might be true or not, but then that would indicate that since it is 30% per each position that there might be a 90% that any one of the last 3 digits might show up next on any one of the next 3 positions.

That might or not be true in practice in the very long run, perhaps not, only checking the long run stats can tell for sure.

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We know that it won't happen that in the long run always, that there won't ever be any repeats from last to next digits in a sequence.

We also know that there won't ever be permanent repeats of the very same digit in a sequence.

In sequences, 1 time unbroken repeats of the very same digits  should happen more often than 2 times unbroken repeat sequences of the very same digit and 3, 4, 5, 6, times Etc unbroken repeat sequences of the same digits should happen even less often, the stats in the long run will tell for sure just how often.

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So in a 10 digits string of sequences of 10 digits, like from 0 to 9, some digits might not come out at all, some might come out 1 time only and some might repeat more than 1 time, doing stats of several of those 10 digits lengts will show the averages for each of those things.

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That is a start, there are more basics, but I don't feel like talking about them all here right now.

I think that I went farther in this and in more detail before, in some other post and or posts, but it takes too much time and work and besides I don't feel like going thru all of that all over again, . but it is a very big headache to do that and no I didn't keep a record of the text that I typed, I once did and sent to somebody a text having a complicated technique for telling if next draw(s) were or was going to be doubles or singles, but I didn't keep the record for myself, so it is lost and I don't remember it, it was so complicated that I don't feel like trying to make it all over again, such a big headache, I never tested, but it seemed like the best possible set of techniques to use.

The techniques that I begin here with , but that are not finished might maybe tell or give how to get a group of straight predicted digits for each of the 3 positions of a pick 3 game and not for getting just 1 digit for each position.

I never finished this thing as I did the one for telling about doubles, that was very complete, but maybe 1 day I will, I don't know how good it would be untill done it and test it.

The doubles technique was finished more or less, but I never tested it, I don't think that the person that got it from me understood everthing that I wrote for him.

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    Tx
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    Posted: February 10, 2009, 12:16 pm - IP Logged

    On the other hand, filtering out 1 to 2 digits per each straight position that might not be as hard as getting just a small straight group of digits by position to wheel.

    On the past at several times I did a lot of work on making ways of filtering out 1 to 3 digits for each straight position, those were more or less finished techniques and as accurate as I could possible make them.

    There were several approaches, they all worked more or less well enough.

    Most of them were private works so I don't fell like talking about them, 1 or more ways I think that I posted about before somewhere here at L.P.

    That approach had to do with - and + used with last draw(s), gotten at by looking at those stats of some past draws, the other ways are very different.