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Just a quick question.....Can anyone here share some basic techniques or systems to determine, for example, the best 3 digits to play in each position in the Pick-3. I realize this is a pretty broad question, so please keep the sarcasm to a minimum if possible. Thanks

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Just a quick question.....Can anyone here share some basic techniques or systems to determine, for example, the best 3 digits to play in each position in the Pick-3. I realize this is a pretty broad question, so please keep the sarcasm to a minimum if possible. Thanks

I think it's a good question, just needs to be fleshed out a little more as straight each digit is expected to appear the same number of times in each position.  10x10x10=1000  this might be different based on draws over time in each state.

Now boxed, that's another story.

If you have the Maybell Quik Wheeler, wheel all the numbers boxed and you find there are 54 zeros in the first position out of 210 numbers, that's going to be right about one time in 4 compared to zero in the second position where it appears only 10 times compared to 1 appearing 17 times.   1 in the first position from 55 to 99, 2 in the first position from 100 to 133 (starting to shrink), 3in the first position from 134 to 160, 4 in the first postion from 161 to 180 (really shrinking) etc.  BobP

1: 001
2: 002
3: 003
4: 004
5: 005
6: 006
7: 007
8: 008
9: 009
10: 011
11: 012
12: 013
13: 014
14: 015
15: 016
16: 017
17: 018
18: 019
19: 022
20: 023
21: 024
22: 025
23: 026
24: 027
25: 028
26: 029
27: 033
28: 034
29: 035
30: 036
31: 037
32: 038
33: 039
34: 044
35: 045
36: 046
37: 047
38: 048
39: 049
40: 055
41: 056
42: 057
43: 058
44: 059
45: 066
46: 067
47: 068
48: 069
49: 077
50: 078
51: 079
52: 088
53: 089
54: 099
55: 112
56: 113
57: 114
58: 115
59: 116
60: 117
61: 118
62: 119
63: 122
64: 123
65: 124
66: 125
67: 126
68: 127
69: 128
70: 129
71: 133
72: 134
73: 135
74: 136
75: 137
76: 138
77: 139
78: 144
79: 145
80: 146
81: 147
82: 148
83: 149
84: 155
85: 156
86: 157
87: 158
88: 159
89: 166
90: 167
91: 168
92: 169
93: 177
94: 178
95: 179
96: 188
97: 189
98: 199
99: 223
100: 224
101: 225
102: 226
103: 227
104: 228
105: 229
106: 233
107: 234
108: 235
109: 236
110: 237
111: 238
112: 239
113: 244
114: 245
115: 246
116: 247
117: 248
118: 249
119: 255
120: 256
121: 257
122: 258
123: 259
124: 266
125: 267
126: 268
127: 269
128: 277
129: 278
130: 279
131: 288
132: 289
133: 299
134: 334
135: 335
136: 336
137: 337
138: 338
139: 339
140: 344
141: 345
142: 346
143: 347
144: 348
145: 349
146: 355
147: 356
148: 357
149: 358
150: 359
151: 366
152: 367
153: 368
154: 369
155: 377
156: 378
157: 379
158: 388
159: 389
160: 399
161: 445
162: 446
163: 447
164: 448
165: 449
166: 455
167: 456
168: 457
169: 458
170: 459
171: 466
172: 467
173: 468
174: 469
175: 477
176: 478
177: 479
178: 488
179: 489
180: 499
181: 556
182: 557
183: 558
184: 559
185: 566
186: 567
187: 568
188: 569
189: 577
190: 578
191: 579
192: 588
193: 589
194: 599
195: 667
196: 668
197: 669
198: 677
199: 678
200: 679
201: 688
202: 689
203: 699
204: 778
205: 779
206: 788
207: 789
208: 799
209: 889
210: 899

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 Posted: August 29, 2009, 8:50 am - IP Logged

Just a quick question.....Can anyone here share some basic techniques or systems to determine, for example, the best 3 digits to play in each position in the Pick-3. I realize this is a pretty broad question, so please keep the sarcasm to a minimum if possible. Thanks

Shawn67,

I do positions by longest out and last hit. I make two 3x3 squares and enter the longest out single digit in each position of the square. For example in the three digit, MI. Day before yesterday, the Michigan 3 digit was 126 in that order. Below is my positional chart for the three digit that day.

Notice the 1 in the first position, 2 in the second position and 6 in the third position. I knew the 26 was due, so I played three number 326, 126, and 626. Now this would be the longest out square. For the last fell, you just add the last fell on the top and let the bottom number fall off. To get the longest out you track how long it has been since a number fell in a certain position and I do this with an excel spreadsheet. Do not repeat any numbers in the grid. I hope this helps.

 3 2 6 1 6 7 6 9 9

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Risking more than others think is safe,
Dreaming more than others think is practical, and
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 Posted: August 29, 2009, 11:25 am - IP Logged

I have used my software for positional data . I have number search feature in my software where I can punch in from 1 to 3 number to find the data for the numbers in that position. I merely took my software and enter the drawn number for a position 3 times to fill in the blocks for the 3 game.

this is for my positional tracking ascending order to find numbers ascending order but the same principle applies for eact order. The data is not up to date as I am behind on draw data entry.

This is for positon 1 so I fill in position 2 and 3 with the same number

draw entries

567   Sat  07/18/2009   2    2    2
568   Sat  07/18/2009   1    1    1
569   Sun  07/19/2009   3    3    3
570   Mon  07/20/2009   3    3    3
571   Mon  07/20/2009   3    3    3
572   Tue  07/21/2009   0    0    0

My main search area is in my number search where I can enter different number combinations for hit skip data for that position.
Like I enter 0 2 3 . Now this will give the data for those 3 number combined for current skips, most out etc

__________________________________skip
553   07/10/2009   0    0    0            1       0
557   07/13/2009   3    3    3            1       3
560   07/14/2009   0    0    0            1       2
561   07/15/2009   2    2    2            1       0
565   07/17/2009   3    3    3            1       3
566   07/17/2009   0    0    0            1       0
567   07/18/2009   2    2    2            1       0
569   07/19/2009   3    3    3            1       1
570   07/20/2009   3    3    3            1       0
571   07/20/2009   3    3    3            1       0
572   07/21/2009   0    0    0            1       0

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 Posted: August 29, 2009, 11:27 pm - IP Logged

Looking at the 210 boxed numbers by position.  The first is the digit, the second is the skip to where the digit first appears on the column I posted above and the third is the count of how many times in total the digit appears in each of the three possible positions.   So in the first position the 1 skips 54 lines to first appear on line 55 and we see the 0 has occupied the first position for the first 54 numbers.   This is ported from excel, apologies if it doesn't survive the trip.

The hottest boxed numbers should be 0-4-9 and 0-5-9.  BobP

 # Curr. Skip Total 0 0 54 1 54 44 2 98 35 3 133 27 4 160 20 5 180 14 6 194 9 7 203 5 8 208 2 9 0 # Curr. Skip Total 0 0 9 1 9 17 2 18 23 3 26 27 4 33 29 5 39 29 6 44 27 7 48 23 8 51 17 9 53 9 # Curr. Skip Total 0 0 1 0 2 2 1 5 3 2 9 4 3 14 5 4 20 6 5 27 7 6 35 8 7 44 9 8 54

Actually each digit appears 63 times in total so it's another dead end.

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Thanks for the information Bob. It seems this would be quite a bit simpler with software. I use a few different packages, I

ve just got to figure out which one(s) will do the job most effeciently.

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