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# Predicting Pairs For The P3

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Yesterday I wrote a post in which I provided C code for predicting pairs for the P4. In this post I'll describe a system that can be used for predicting pairs for the P3. It's simple enough for anyone to work, and there's no programming involved. If you like doubles, then play close attention.

There are 50 boxed pairs including the doule pairs. In 60 days of play, 180 doubles are generated. Theoretically, if any pair has not been covered within these 60 days, it is 3.6 times overdue. This will be the basis for our system.

Here are the rules:

1. Create a table for all of the 50 boxed pairs(including doubles).

2. Go through the last 60 days worth of draws for the P3 that you are playing, and mark off the pairs that come up.

3. The pairs that remain unmarked are the plays over the next five days. You'll find often that there are as few as 2.

4. After five days of play, update the draw list, and make a new table for the 60 draws(you'll be dropping the bottom 5 draws from the draw list).

This is a very simple system, and you'll be surprised how many of the uncovered pairs come out within the next five days, including the double pairs.

Let's look at some examples:

The first one is not from a P3 lottery, rather from the NJ Pick4. I took the first three digits from the last 60 draws and considered them as P3 draws. The dates ranged from 07/23/09 and back. The uncovered pairs were: 26 and 88. The first three digits of the next five day's results were: 474, 737, 646, 240, and 788

Now let's consider the Ga Cash3, same dates as above. The uncovered pairs for this period of time were: 15, 26, 27, 77, and 88. The next five day's results were: 525, 955, 100, 492, 692

One more - the Ga Midday 3, same dates as above. The uncovered pairs were : 07 and 44. The results for the next five days were: 331, 868, 788, 802, 763.  No cigar! I did this on purpose to show you this system does lose, but I have it win many times with multiple hits, and so I think it's worth consideration and further testing.

One more note: I think programs like Versabet could be used to determine all boxed pairs that haven't been covered within a 60 day period.

Feedback welcome!

jayemmar

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Thanks.

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I think the pairs are:

01 to 09

12 to 19

23 to 29

34 to 39

45 to 49

56 to 59

67 to 69

78 to 79

and 89

or does it also include all the double pairs (i.e., 00, 11, 22, 33, etc...)?

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Odd - 13, 15, 17, 19, 35, 37, 39, 57, 59, 79
Even - 02, 04, 06, 08, 24, 26, 28, 46, 48, 68
Consecutive - 01, 12, 23, 34, 45, 56, 67, 78, 89, 90
Ghost - 03, 07, 47, 58, 69, 14, 18, 25, 29, 36
Doubles - 00, 11, 22, 33, 44, 55, 66, 77, 88, 99

Mirror/Sister - 16, 27, 38, 49, 50

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It sounds like this system can really be useful in helping to narrow down your choices.

Thanks for this.

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yeah, a lot of people pick their numbers base on the due pairs.

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Yesterday I wrote a post in which I provided C code for predicting pairs for the P4. In this post I'll describe a system that can be used for predicting pairs for the P3. It's simple enough for anyone to work, and there's no programming involved. If you like doubles, then play close attention.

There are 50 boxed pairs including the doule pairs. In 60 days of play, 180 doubles are generated. Theoretically, if any pair has not been covered within these 60 days, it is 3.6 times overdue. This will be the basis for our system.

Here are the rules:

1. Create a table for all of the 50 boxed pairs(including doubles).

2. Go through the last 60 days worth of draws for the P3 that you are playing, and mark off the pairs that come up.

3. The pairs that remain unmarked are the plays over the next five days. You'll find often that there are as few as 2.

4. After five days of play, update the draw list, and make a new table for the 60 draws(you'll be dropping the bottom 5 draws from the draw list).

This is a very simple system, and you'll be surprised how many of the uncovered pairs come out within the next five days, including the double pairs.

Let's look at some examples:

The first one is not from a P3 lottery, rather from the NJ Pick4. I took the first three digits from the last 60 draws and considered them as P3 draws. The dates ranged from 07/23/09 and back. The uncovered pairs were: 26 and 88. The first three digits of the next five day's results were: 474, 737, 646, 240, and 788

Now let's consider the Ga Cash3, same dates as above. The uncovered pairs for this period of time were: 15, 26, 27, 77, and 88. The next five day's results were: 525, 955, 100, 492, 692

One more - the Ga Midday 3, same dates as above. The uncovered pairs were : 07 and 44. The results for the next five days were: 331, 868, 788, 802, 763.  No cigar! I did this on purpose to show you this system does lose, but I have it win many times with multiple hits, and so I think it's worth consideration and further testing.

One more note: I think programs like Versabet could be used to determine all boxed pairs that haven't been covered within a 60 day period.

Feedback welcome!

jayemmar

thanks jayemmar,

here are pairs i came up with that are due in georgia thru todays (07/29/09) drawings

miday----07--44--66

evening--15--27--77--88

good luck e1

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Ga Eve 08/01/09 -> 751

jayemmar

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I just finished working out the numbers for Maryland mid day using your system.

11  and 44 are due.

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thanks jayemmar,

here are pairs i came up with that are due in georgia thru todays (07/29/09) drawings

miday----07--44--66

evening--15--27--77--88

good luck e1

GA eve 8/4 898...

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You're right on! 244 came in last night in Maryland.

jayemmar

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thanx jayemmar good point of view,could you explain what pairs do you count back, front or both?

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Hi Yiot:

We count all pairs(straight) and make no distinction with regard to position.

jayemmar

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44 was a missing midday pair--- came today -- 464

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I think the pairs are:

01 to 09

12 to 19

23 to 29

34 to 39

45 to 49

56 to 59

67 to 69

78 to 79

and 89

or does it also include all the double pairs (i.e., 00, 11, 22, 33, etc...)?

mej023:

10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90   >GROUP 1

01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09   >GROUP 1

12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19   >GROUP 2

21 31 41 51 61 71 81 91   >GROUP 2

23 24 25 26 27 28 29   >GROUP 3

32 42 52 62 72 82 92   >GROUP 3

34 35 36 37 38 39   >GROUP 4

43 53 63 73 83 93   >GROUP 4

45 46 47 48 49   >GROUP 5

54 64 74 84 94   >GROUP 5

56 57 58 59   >GROUP 6

65 75 85 95   >GROUP 6

67 68 69   >GROUP 7

76 86 96   >GROUP 7

78 79   >GROUP 8

87 97   >GROUP 8

89   >GROUP 9

98   >GROUP 9

00 11 22 33 44 55 66 77 88 99   >GROUP 0

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