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Pick 3 Golden Oldies Charts

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Posted: October 31, 2009, 11:43 am - IP Logged

Note - Florida (549) - North Carolina (516) - Massachuessets Midday (528) draws do not have 1000 draws to date.

Midday Stats Sat Oct 31 2009

thanks a lot 4 your help,grr8 info about the G,O,C, I just need to figure out how to get the numbers after the 1000 draws,thanx,thanx ,thanx,

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    Posted: November 1, 2009, 1:40 pm - IP Logged

    These were the notes from your thread: (Of course you will need to view the other thread LOL)

    http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/202569/5

    The chart below is for Midday State draws.

    It tells you how many combinations that have NOT hit based on the first digit of a "double" (see letter A), "no-match" (see letter B), or "triple"

    So for example, you will see the digits 0 through 9 in cell range D5 through M5.  This represents the fist digit of a "double combo".  So for example, if you look at Gerogia Midday in cell D10 you will see that there are a total of 16 doubles that have not hit from the list of 1000.  The average is 10, (see cell range D35 through M35). This is the current list for Thursday Midday October 29 001,002,003,005,008,020,030,033,040,044,066,070,077,088,090,099 (16 straight combos) If you want to verify this go and click GA3M toolbar in the States Tab for GoldenOldiesMidday and then go to the Playlist Tab cell BZ32 and you will see all 16 Doubles beginning with the number zero (0).

    So look at your state and find any Doubles combination over the average of 10 (see cell AJ35).  Any "no-match" combination over the average of 27 (see cell AK35).  Any Triple over the average of 4 (see cell AL35).  It would also help to play based on the skip chart for midday in the previous post to play after a hit from the Golden Oldies List.  Don't play if a Golden Oldies list has hit in consecutive times or is at a skip of 3 or more.  This might cut down on the number of days you can play.

    Look at Tennesse Midday cell E23 with 18 Double combinations from the Golden Oldies. 110,112,113,114,115,116,118,121,122,131,141,144,151,161,181,188,191,199 (see Tab labeled "Playlist" cell BZ33)

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    I guess the "Golden Oldies" rules should be:

    1.  Look at your state and look for the following in the "Stats2" tab in either the GoldenOldiesMidday.xls, GoldenOldiesEvening.xls, or GoldenOldiesCombined.xls and look for the following:

    "Doubles" - Look for numbers over 10  (Starting with 17 or 18)

    "No-Match" - look for numbers over 27 (Starting with 39 or 40)

    "Triples" - look for numbers over 4

    Or you can use the (10-27-4) Rule if you will.  Look for numbers way above the average.   For example Georgia and Tennessee in the previous post.

     

    2.  Look at the "GoldenOldiesSkipChart" tab and look at your states skips.

    If your state has had a continuos string of Golden Oldies hits (3 consecutive skips of zero) of 3 or more don't play (your discretion)

    If your state has a current skip of 3 or more DO NOT PLAY.

    If your state has a current skip of zero (0) or (1) then play.

     

    3.  If the above rules are a "GO" then go to the Playlist (make sure you run the calculations for your state by going to the "State" tab and click your states Toolbar) then click the "Playlist" tab and scroll over to cell range BZ32 through BZ56 for Doubles, No-Match, or Triple combinations that have NOT hit (Golden Oldies)

     

    4.  Elimination methods is to use only the digits from the last draw or previous 2 draws.  This will cut down the number of draws.

    Add your ideas here!!

     Check Ga midday out Steve.... Sunday Double hit as ...001

     

     So for example, you will see the digits 0 through 9 in cell range D5 through M5.  This represents the fist digit of a "double combo".  So for example, if you look at Gerogia Midday in cell D10 you will see that there are a total of 16 doubles that have not hit from the list of 1000.  The average is 10, (see cell range D35 through M35). This is the current list for Thursday Midday October 29 001,002,003,005,008,020,030,033,040,044,066,070,077,088,090,099 (16 straight combos) If you want to verify this go and click GA3M toolbar in the States Tab for GoldenOldiesMidday and then go to the Playlist Tab cell BZ32 and you will see all 16 Doubles beginning with the number zero (0).

     

     

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      Posted: November 1, 2009, 2:05 pm - IP Logged

      Hey Chaz,

      Do you believe that stuff?? LOL

      Check out Tennesee Midday (wished I could still play at the you know what place for quarters LOL

      161, 118, 141