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# Generating A Set of Key Numbers For the P3

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Hello:

If you take any 4 distinct numbers between 0 and 9, in the long run, at least one of these numbers will appear approximately 80% of the time in the past draw sample set. Since it's common for hot spots to occur over a short run, we should be able to find a set of 4 numbers, from which, at least one will occur in 100% of the past N draws, for some number N. You can try this with  pencil and paper(and some patience),  starting with the last 20 draws. If you can't find a set a of 4 key numbers for this set, drop the oldest 2 draws and repeat the search. You should gain success by the time your past draw set has shrunk to about 16. Most times you will get only one set of four numbers, other times you might get more than one. In the latter case, you might want to only stick to one set for the rest of the analysis. The theory of the usefulness of the generated key number set(s) is as follows:

Since 100% of the time at least one of the 4 numbers appeared in the resulting past draw set, there's probably enough "key number spunk" left in this number set to squeeze out for the next, let's say, 5 future draws. It's not likely that the power of this set will rapidly stale off and show no key numbers over the next few or so draws.

I wrote a program, keyNumberFinderP3, to generate key number sets based on the above description, and found the theory to hold up. Very often a pair within the 4 key numbers shows up, but rarely does a 3 out of 4 occur. Here are the key number sets generated keyNumberFinderP3,  good from 3/16 - 3/21:

Ga. All day - Key Number Set -> 2,5,7,9

NY. All day - Key Number Set -> 0,6,8,9

Texas  Day - Key Number Set -> 0,4,7,9

Texas  Eve - Key Number Set -> 0,2,4,6

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Hello:

If you take any 4 distinct numbers between 0 and 9, in the long run, at least one of these numbers will appear approximately 80% of the time in the past draw sample set. Since it's common for hot spots to occur over a short run, we should be able to find a set of 4 numbers, from which, at least one will occur in 100% of the past N draws, for some number N. You can try this with  pencil and paper(and some patience),  starting with the last 20 draws. If you can't find a set a of 4 key numbers for this set, drop the oldest 2 draws and repeat the search. You should gain success by the time your past draw set has shrunk to about 16. Most times you will get only one set of four numbers, other times you might get more than one. In the latter case, you might want to only stick to one set for the rest of the analysis. The theory of the usefulness of the generated key number set(s) is as follows:

Since 100% of the time at least one of the 4 numbers appeared in the resulting past draw set, there's probably enough "key number spunk" left in this number set to squeeze out for the next, let's say, 5 future draws. It's not likely that the power of this set will rapidly stale off and show no key numbers over the next few or so draws.

I wrote a program, keyNumberFinderP3, to generate key number sets based on the above description, and found the theory to hold up. Very often a pair within the 4 key numbers shows up, but rarely does a 3 out of 4 occur. Here are the key number sets generated keyNumberFinderP3,  good from 3/16 - 3/21:

Ga. All day - Key Number Set -> 2,5,7,9

NY. All day - Key Number Set -> 0,6,8,9

Texas  Day - Key Number Set -> 0,4,7,9

Texas  Eve - Key Number Set -> 0,2,4,6

jayemmar

I have found for the last 20 draws of the Daily 3 for WV, the key numbers are 3,6,0,4.  Using those key numbers, would you be able to plug in those numbers and give me result using your program?  Thank you!

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To Dawn32:

keyNumberFinderP3 gives the following key number set  for the WV Daily 3, valid from 3/16 - 3/21:

2,3,4,6

Keep us posted.

jayemmar

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To Dawn32:

keyNumberFinderP3 gives the following key number set  for the WV Daily 3, valid from 3/16 - 3/21:

2,3,4,6

Keep us posted.

jayemmar

Ok thank you!

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help on illinois

thanks

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Hi Teacake58:

I combined both day and eve results in Illinois, and here's what keyNumberFinderP3 came out with:

Key Number Set1 0,3,8,9

Key Number Set2 1,5,7,8

Key Number Set3 3,6,8,9

Key Number Set4 3,7,8,9

Key Number Set5 4,7,8,9

Key Number Set6 5,6,8,9

Key Number Set7 5,7,8,9

Wen you get more than one set of key numbers, it's best to stick with one or 2 sets. Which one? It's up to you.They should all give positive results.

Keep us posted.

jayemmar

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Thanks for the info jayemmar.

Are key numbers the same with hot numbers?

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Hi Marlon39:

Are key numbers the same with hot numbers?

In a sense you can say they are, because of the very way we defined them. We are talking about a group of four numbers, at least one of which, occurs in every one of the past draws in our list.

jayemmar

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How can you differentiate them?

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Hi Marlon39

How can you differentiate them?

If you want to talk about our key numbers compared to hot numbers, the difference would depend on how you are defining hot numbers. Many folks out there have a different way of defining them.

jayemmar

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Hello:

If you take any 4 distinct numbers between 0 and 9, in the long run, at least one of these numbers will appear approximately 80% of the time in the past draw sample set. Since it's common for hot spots to occur over a short run, we should be able to find a set of 4 numbers, from which, at least one will occur in 100% of the past N draws, for some number N. You can try this with  pencil and paper(and some patience),  starting with the last 20 draws. If you can't find a set a of 4 key numbers for this set, drop the oldest 2 draws and repeat the search. You should gain success by the time your past draw set has shrunk to about 16. Most times you will get only one set of four numbers, other times you might get more than one. In the latter case, you might want to only stick to one set for the rest of the analysis. The theory of the usefulness of the generated key number set(s) is as follows:

Since 100% of the time at least one of the 4 numbers appeared in the resulting past draw set, there's probably enough "key number spunk" left in this number set to squeeze out for the next, let's say, 5 future draws. It's not likely that the power of this set will rapidly stale off and show no key numbers over the next few or so draws.

I wrote a program, keyNumberFinderP3, to generate key number sets based on the above description, and found the theory to hold up. Very often a pair within the 4 key numbers shows up, but rarely does a 3 out of 4 occur. Here are the key number sets generated keyNumberFinderP3,  good from 3/16 - 3/21:

Ga. All day - Key Number Set -> 2,5,7,9

NY. All day - Key Number Set -> 0,6,8,9

Texas  Day - Key Number Set -> 0,4,7,9

Texas  Eve - Key Number Set -> 0,2,4,6

jayemmar

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Thanks for the heads up. We found that at least one of the the key numbers hits at least for 3  out of the next 5 days.

jayemmar

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Hi There

What are the key numbers for Northa Carolina

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can you pleasetell me what the key numbers are for delaware thanks  lesonook

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Gold50:

NC midday Set1 -> 0-1-4-8

Set2 -> 0-1-5-8

NC Eve Set1 -> 0-1-3-7

Keep us posted

jayemmar

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