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Fernando's Triple Digits Filter Matrix.

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Posted: October 21, 2009, 9:31 pm - IP Logged

If you have a use for it, good, if not, well, that is the way it goes.

It maybe can be used for straight digits filtering.

The:

1 2 3

4 5 6

7 8 9

Represent the last 3 straight pick 3 draws.

The one on top is for Lth (Position), the two is for Middle, the three is for Rth.

Sorry, I won't talk about it, there might be more than one way to use this, see if you can find some way.

For the next draw you move the matrix highlight area one space up to compare with the last 3 past draws highlight area.

matrix numbers

The:

1 2 3

4 5 6

7 8 9

Are not used, but the actual draws numbers in those positions are used, unless you can depelop a method that uses those numbers instead.

Use your imagination.

There are 14 matrices per straight position, you use at least one of them, as many as you can, but don't have to use more than one if you don't want to.

Good Luck!

 

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    Posted: October 24, 2009, 2:59 pm - IP Logged

    If you have a use for it, good, if not, well, that is the way it goes.

    It maybe can be used for straight digits filtering.

    The:

    1 2 3

    4 5 6

    7 8 9

    Represent the last 3 straight pick 3 draws.

    The one on top is for Lth (Position), the two is for Middle, the three is for Rth.

    Sorry, I won't talk about it, there might be more than one way to use this, see if you can find some way.

    For the next draw you move the matrix highlight area one space up to compare with the last 3 past draws highlight area.

    matrix numbers

    The:

    1 2 3

    4 5 6

    7 8 9

    Are not used, but the actual draws numbers in those positions are used, unless you can depelop a method that uses those numbers instead.

    Use your imagination.

    There are 14 matrices per straight position, you use at least one of them, as many as you can, but don't have to use more than one if you don't want to.

    Good Luck!

     

    LANTERN, HOW EXACTLY DO YOU USE THIS INFORMATION MOST EFFECTIVELY ???

     

    THANKS.

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      Posted: October 24, 2009, 5:52 pm - IP Logged

      LANTERN, HOW EXACTLY DO YOU USE THIS INFORMATION MOST EFFECTIVELY ???

       

      THANKS.

      destinycreation

      It is very simple, nothing to it, but I can't talk about it, as it is a way (out of many ways) of filtering out 1 or more straight digits by position for the very next draw and I don't want this made public, I want people to figure out how to use this by their own selves and then to keep the info to themselves.

      Because if you filter out 2 digits by each straight position then you only have left about 512 straight combinations for the pick 3 game and then you are kind of even with the lotteries, then whatever other combinations you filter out after this are your profit.

      It is all a matter of filters patterns relationships between those and the digits of the next draw.

      3 Down then 3 up, then when the next winning number come out, 3 up again and again 3 up again, I already said too much.

      What can you do with 3 digits? You have 3 digits 14 times for each position, but you only need a few, maybe just 2 to be even for position and not too risky like that.

      Good Luck!

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        If you have a use for it, good, if not, well, that is the way it goes.

        It maybe can be used for straight digits filtering.

        The:

        1 2 3

        4 5 6

        7 8 9

        Represent the last 3 straight pick 3 draws.

        The one on top is for Lth (Position), the two is for Middle, the three is for Rth.

        Sorry, I won't talk about it, there might be more than one way to use this, see if you can find some way.

        For the next draw you move the matrix highlight area one space up to compare with the last 3 past draws highlight area.

        matrix numbers

        The:

        1 2 3

        4 5 6

        7 8 9

        Are not used, but the actual draws numbers in those positions are used, unless you can depelop a method that uses those numbers instead.

        Use your imagination.

        There are 14 matrices per straight position, you use at least one of them, as many as you can, but don't have to use more than one if you don't want to.

        Good Luck!

         

        Is it just me or what? Am I missing something here Fernando? What happened to ZERO?

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          Is it just me or what? Am I missing something here Fernando? What happened to ZERO?

          Never More, saith the Raven!

          PS: No Zero in the Example! Thumbs Up

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            Posted: November 7, 2009, 7:56 am - IP Logged

            "The:

            1 2 3

            4 5 6

            7 8 9

            Represent the last 3 straight pick 3 draws."

            "The:

            1 2 3

            4 5 6

            7 8 9

            Are not used, but the actual draws numbers in those positions are used, unless you can depelop a method that uses those numbers instead."

            That's why no zero. They are just example numbers.

            Isabel, you are going to feel very silly when this turns out to be make-believe.

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              Posted: November 7, 2009, 4:01 pm - IP Logged

              "The:

              1 2 3

              4 5 6

              7 8 9

              Represent the last 3 straight pick 3 draws."

              "The:

              1 2 3

              4 5 6

              7 8 9

              Are not used, but the actual draws numbers in those positions are used, unless you can depelop a method that uses those numbers instead."

              That's why no zero. They are just example numbers.

              Thx Budward. I'm gettN old - heck I'm already there(65+). Sometimes just

              alittle bit on the CRANKY SIDE.

                Ephesians 3:20


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                Posted: November 7, 2009, 7:22 pm - IP Logged

                "The:

                1 2 3

                4 5 6

                7 8 9

                Represent the last 3 straight pick 3 draws."

                "The:

                1 2 3

                4 5 6

                7 8 9

                Are not used, but the actual draws numbers in those positions are used, unless you can depelop a method that uses those numbers instead."

                That's why no zero. They are just example numbers.

                That is right budward!

                For Example:

                Sat, Nov 07, 2009    6-0-1
                Fri, Nov 06, 2009    0-3-6
                Thu, Nov 05, 2009    8-9-3
                Wed, Nov 04, 2009    5-3-9
                Tue, Nov 03, 2009    0-1-5
                Mon, Nov 02, 2009    2-0-2
                Sat, Oct 31, 2009    3-8-1
                Fri, Oct 30, 2009    1-8-8
                Thu, Oct 29, 2009    0-6-0
                Wed, Oct 28, 2009    6-3-8

                So First we have this:

                1

                0

                6

                The are the straight vertical pattern made by the last 3 draws for straight position # 1, one patterns out of about 14 posted for the first or left position.

                What relationship do those will have with a next possible digit, the digit yet to come that will be up next to the 1?

                So we move up one digit:

                Sat, Oct 31, 2009    3-8-1 Draw digits that will come on the next draw after Oct 30.
                Fri, Oct 30, 2009    1-8-8
                Thu, Oct 29, 2009    0-6-0
                Wed, Oct 28, 2009    6-3-8

                And next we have this:

                X Digit (3) yet to come next on oct 31, We moved up one digit and now we have an unknown (X).

                1

                0

                6 Old

                -----------

                So what is the relationship between:

                1

                0

                6

                And:

                X

                1

                0

                What I mean is, What can of relationship can you see or develop, that might help to filter out 1 straight digit for the very next draw to come? Based on what was on the last 3 digits and what you have on 2 digits and 1 digit that is still to come next?

                But try to keep that to yourself or do it with other(s) (Not me) by P.M.

                What kind of patterns can 3 past digit make or produce, I mean filter patterns?

                But don't post about it here, let people figure it out by themselves if they can.

                And once you have the pattern(s) compare-relate it or them to:

                X

                1

                0

                That is:

                X Digit yet to come out next.

                Y Last digit that came out for that first position

                Z 2nd last digit that came out.

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                  Posted: November 7, 2009, 7:30 pm - IP Logged

                  While filtering out 2 digits by straight position would be very good, guessing which 5 LDRs and or which 5 Roots out of the 10 LDRs

                  and or out of the 10 Roots might have the winning LDR and or the winning Root that will come out on the very next draw, is or would be very good also.

                  Filter out 5 LDRs and you filter out 1/2 of the total pick 3 combinations.

                  Filter out 5 Roots and you filter out maybe a little more than 1/2 of the total pick 3 combinations.

                  Do both of them and be right and you are almost on easy street.

                  Good Luck!

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                    LoL henny,  I'm right behind ya ,buddy.
                    I love your picture at the bottom!!

                    Isabel, you are going to feel very silly when this turns out to be make-believe.

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                      LoL henny,  I'm right behind ya ,buddy.
                      I love your picture at the bottom!!

                      thx Budward. I love dogs & have 2 myself - long haired Chihuahuas.

                      Fernando is the master at filtering. Will print this thread out, study it, and perhaps get a box now and then.

                        Ephesians 3:20