|Posted: July 27, 2009, 12:11 pm - IP Logged|
"There just happens to be 999* different 3 digit numbers we can subtract (or add) from the last drawing and create another 3 digit number. Thesuccess of "scientifically" or randomly picking the one 3 digit numberto use that will beat the odds (999-1) is exactly the same as playingany other 3 digit number."
I agree with you, and have wondered if over the course of time, a long time, every one of those 999 3 digit numbers would be mentioned as the key number to apply to the last drawing.
I do think though, that just maybe, there may be one or two of those numbers that might work for someone's particlular state or for an individual person, once in awhile.
Just a thought.
"There just happens tobe 999* different 3 digit numbers we can subtract (or add) from thelast drawing and create another 3 digit number.
This is true, but what the author is trying to say is that when "238" starts to produce winners, capitalize on it. I don't think the author of Pick3edge ever meant to say that you should play this system on a daily basis.
Here's an idea, which can use the help of a programmer. Take the last 10 draws of any state P3. Using the "238" system, create a back test of the past 10 draws as follows. Instead of using 238 for the "seed", test the system with all of the numbers between 000-999, and keep a tally of how many winners there were with each new seed. The seed that led to the most winners over the last 10 draws may prove to be good candidate to use over the next few future draws.