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# 71 % good chance ...and thats a lot for anything lottery.

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Stone Mountain*Georgia
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 Posted: May 31, 2009, 7:34 pm - IP Logged

There is a 71% chance that the next single number in PICK -3 will contain at least one of the digits from the last single number.

Playing Single number to Single number....... this will happen 71% of the time .

Even if your game just had 4 doubles in a row.....go back to the last single number to hit and use those 3 digits to calculate your next winning single number.

So ......3 out of 4 draws that a single number shows the next single draw will contain one or more of the 3 digits.

The only real failure .....is the failure to try.

Luck is a very rare thing....... Odds not so much.

Odds never change .....but probability does.

Win d

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 Posted: May 31, 2009, 8:30 pm - IP Logged

There is a 71% chance that the next single number in PICK -3 will contain at least one of the digits from the last single number.

Playing Single number to Single number....... this will happen 71% of the time .

Even if your game just had 4 doubles in a row.....go back to the last single number to hit and use those 3 digits to calculate your next winning single number.

So ......3 out of 4 draws that a single number shows the next single draw will contain one or more of the 3 digits.

The odds are in our favor if we don't play any of those 3 digits in the same positions on the next single number draw as well. If we want a straight that is.

That's because there is  a 73% chance that none of the digits in the last single number draw ......will repeat in the same position on the next single draw.

So, again we get the really good odds .... 3 out of 4 times a single number is drawn .......none of those digits will repeat in the same position with the next drawn single number.

The only real failure .....is the failure to try.

Luck is a very rare thing....... Odds not so much.

Odds never change .....but probability does.

Win d

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 Posted: May 31, 2009, 8:40 pm - IP Logged

Got some examples?

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 Posted: May 31, 2009, 8:43 pm - IP Logged

Got some examples?

It's more like 50-60% if you include doubles.  But either way it's a smart road to take.  I say anything over 50% is good.

Stone Mountain*Georgia
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 Posted: May 31, 2009, 8:49 pm - IP Logged

You like to play the Odds right ?  Well, here's a good example of good play odds .

Ga evening pick 3 had a single number hit ....385 straight 5 days ago.  Then had 4 doubles hit in a row.

Going into tonight the odds were :

1.         A 72% chance a single number would hit tonight. *(probability even better)

2.        A  71 % chance at least one or more digits would repeat.

3.        A  73 % chance that no digits would repeat in the same postion

The single number that hit tonight that followed the 385 ...... was 132

The only real failure .....is the failure to try.

Luck is a very rare thing....... Odds not so much.

Odds never change .....but probability does.

Win d

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 Posted: May 31, 2009, 9:04 pm - IP Logged

It's more like 50-60% if you include doubles.  But either way it's a smart road to take.  I say anything over 50% is good.

Not to mention .... I've already explained the odds to you several times including the doubles and proved you wrong .

Again..... the ODDS (including doubles,trips,and SINGLE numbers) that at least one of the 3 digits from the last single number to repeat in the next draw is ............ Exactly 65.7 %

....and this is for all pick 3 games. Odds are Odds ....and weird examples and the errant number stats you use are just that...... exceptions.  It may be some off the wall bump..... but not the RULE.

The only real failure .....is the failure to try.

Luck is a very rare thing....... Odds not so much.

Odds never change .....but probability does.

Win d

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 Posted: May 31, 2009, 11:03 pm - IP Logged

Thnx a bunch WIN D! Good info.

I always try to guess which of the 3 digits will be the repeat #.

Another thing one can do is put all 3 #s in a wheel adding 1 or 2 #s with them.

"if you can hold it in your mind, you can hold it in your hand"

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 Posted: May 31, 2009, 11:19 pm - IP Logged

Not to mention .... I've already explained the odds to you several times including the doubles and proved you wrong .

Again..... the ODDS (including doubles,trips,and SINGLE numbers) that at least one of the 3 digits from the last single number to repeat in the next draw is ............ Exactly 65.7 %

....and this is for all pick 3 games. Odds are Odds ....and weird examples and the errant number stats you use are just that...... exceptions.  It may be some off the wall bump..... but not the RULE.

How can you think you can give one percentage for every game?  and I don't recall ever being proved wrong about anything?  I got tired of discussing it with you.

Stone Mountain*Georgia
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There you go off on another tangent....about doubles and this post was not about Doubles....the post is about Single Six way numbers .

.....and now there you go Again talking about percentages !

The focus on this post is on the "ODDS" not the various percentages  for various states.

Odds are Odds .....and are the same no matter what state or Pick 3 game.

If I say ...... theOdds are 27% that the next draw is a double .....your liable to crank up some obscure Percentage  ......showing that Mississippi Eve had 46 % doubles in one month.

"Game Odds" are the same for all Pick 3 not just your state.

Your weird examples of your particular percentages can't change the odds of the Pick 3 game.

I have tried humor ....and patience ....and even referred you to search past post ....but now I'm afraid I am the one getting tired of youroff subject interuptions..... and refusing to read carefully enough to understand the difference between doubles and Singles.....or permanent ODDS and ever changing Percents.

You say you can't recall ever being proved wrong about anything.....   I believe you !

The only real failure .....is the failure to try.

Luck is a very rare thing....... Odds not so much.

Odds never change .....but probability does.

Win d

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 Posted: June 1, 2009, 2:29 pm - IP Logged

The 65.7% figure is good only if the number on the previous day isn't a double or a triple - i.e. if the number on the first day has no repeating digits.

Let's do the math.

With 1,000 possibilities per day there are 1,000,000 different occurances possible over the two days.

There are 10 triples. If one of these falls on the first day there are 729 combinations that will fall on the second day that will not have a repeating digit from the first day, 271 combinations that will. Given this, there will be 7,290 instances over the two days that, if a triple occurs, the number on the next day will not contain a repeating digit, 2,710 instances that it will.

There are 270 doubles. If one of these falls on the first day there are 512 combinations that will fall on the second day that will not have a repeating digit from the first day, 488 combinations that will. Given this, there will be 138,240 instances over the two days that, if a double occurs, the number on the next day will not contain a repeating digit, 131,760 instances that it will.

There are 720 combinations that do not have a repeating digit. If one of these falls on the first day there are 343 combinations that will fall on the second day that will not have a repeating digit, 657 combinations that will. Given this, there will be 246,960 instances over the two days that, if a non-repeating number occurs, the number on the next day will not contain a repeating digit, 473,040 instances that it will.

Totals - Over any given two-day period, there can be 392,490 instances where the number on the second day will not have a repeating number on the first day, 607,510 instances where it will. 1,000,000 instances in all.

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Stone Mountain*Georgia
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Thats right johnph77 ..... thank you for confirming the statement in my post up there with your first sentence....  although I thought my opening sentence was pretty much to the point.

The  point being..... this post was about Single Six way numbers only ...Single to single.....not doubles or triples.

This was the second attempt at a post that dealt with Single Six Way numbers .....and attempted to focus on their particular and their specific performance with each other .......alone.

The entire method is centered around Single to Single interactions in Pick 3 in general ......and again tried not to get bogged down on errant state outliers stats about other number groups.

Again..... the ODDS (including doubles,trips,and SINGLE numbers) that at least one of the 3 digits from the last "single" number to repeat in the next draw is ............ Exactly 65.7 %

Single to Single it's ... 71% .

The only real failure .....is the failure to try.

Luck is a very rare thing....... Odds not so much.

Odds never change .....but probability does.

Win d

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 Posted: June 2, 2009, 6:42 am - IP Logged

Chaz,

I came up with a different way to use this strategy, along with the 317 combos strategy. I separated the FP,SP,BP into S,C,D pairings. The "S"= Single; "C"= Consec; "D"= Dbl. Using the SSS , leaving out consecutive pairs and double pairs,with the 317 combo method produces 140 combos. Last Fla Mid draw 105, previous 6-way was 465. This is for 6/2 Mid, let's see what happens.

Results:  29 box combination groups  (108 straight combinations)

Tier 4
024(042,240,420) 026(062,260,620) 036(063,360,630) 046(064,460,640) 047(074,470,740) 048(084,480,840) 068(086,680,860) 257(527,572,752) 258(528,582,852) 259(529,592,952) 316(361,613,631) 357(537,573,753) 358(538,583,853) 359(539,593,953) 416(461,614,641) 417(471,714,741) 418(481,814,841) 419(491,914,941) 579(597,759,957) 618(681,816,861) 619(691,916,961)

Tier 3
052(250,520) 053(350,530) 057(570,750) 058(580,850) 351(513,531) 517(571,751) 518(581,851) 519(591,951)

Generated by the Lottery Post Deflate 3 System
http://www.lotterypost.com

Using LDS 3,7,8

Results:  7 box combination groups  (24 straight combinations)

Tier 4
026(062,260,620) 359(539,593,953) 418(481,814,841)

Tier 3
052(250,520) 053(350,530) 058(580,850) 517(571,751)

Generated by the Lottery Post Deflate 3 System
http://www.lotterypost.com

Sure hope I did those right!!!

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 Posted: June 2, 2009, 7:06 am - IP Logged

If you play just the singles that have at least one of the previous singles in them, you have to play 85 combos.  It seems you would have to play them STRAIGHT to have any chance of making a profit.

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Chaz,

I came up with a different way to use this strategy, along with the 317 combos strategy. I separated the FP,SP,BP into S,C,D pairings. The "S"= Single; "C"= Consec; "D"= Dbl. Using the SSS , leaving out consecutive pairs and double pairs,with the 317 combo method produces 140 combos. Last Fla Mid draw 105, previous 6-way was 465. This is for 6/2 Mid, let's see what happens.

Results:  29 box combination groups  (108 straight combinations)

Tier 4
024(042,240,420) 026(062,260,620) 036(063,360,630) 046(064,460,640) 047(074,470,740) 048(084,480,840) 068(086,680,860) 257(527,572,752) 258(528,582,852) 259(529,592,952) 316(361,613,631) 357(537,573,753) 358(538,583,853) 359(539,593,953) 416(461,614,641) 417(471,714,741) 418(481,814,841) 419(491,914,941) 579(597,759,957) 618(681,816,861) 619(691,916,961)

Tier 3
052(250,520) 053(350,530) 057(570,750) 058(580,850) 351(513,531) 517(571,751) 518(581,851) 519(591,951)

Generated by the Lottery Post Deflate 3 System
http://www.lotterypost.com

Using LDS 3,7,8

Results:  7 box combination groups  (24 straight combinations)

Tier 4
026(062,260,620) 359(539,593,953) 418(481,814,841)

Tier 3
052(250,520) 053(350,530) 058(580,850) 517(571,751)

Generated by the Lottery Post Deflate 3 System
http://www.lotterypost.com

Sure hope I did those right!!!

Double, I lost.

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 Posted: June 2, 2009, 3:29 pm - IP Logged

Chaz, I wanted you to see the stat for Fla Mid, for a digit repeating from last 6-way.

 6-WAY MAX MED HITS AVG SKIP TRUE 3 2 180 2.12 1 FALSE 5 5 68 5.60 5 72%

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