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Posted: June 16, 2010, 3:50 pm - IP Logged

When you are tracking sums do you combine the mid and eve draws or do you separate them?  I am new to playing the Pick 3 and any info would be greatly appreciated.

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    Posted: June 17, 2010, 2:59 am - IP Logged


    The correct answer is always to do what works in your particular game based on study of the draw history. 

    Another answer would be to do both and play one of the methods.

    Normally with Pick-3 you watch to see whether a digit from the previous draw repeats into the next, this should be roughly 80% of the time.  So if digits from the midday repeat 80% of the time in the evening that's the way to track, if they skip evening and repeat in the next midday, that's the say to go, same for evening to evening or evening to midday.  I don't see any reason this shouldn't carry on to sum tracking as what to keep an eye on. 

    BobP

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      Posted: June 17, 2010, 8:29 am - IP Logged


      The correct answer is always to do what works in your particular game based on study of the draw history. 

      Another answer would be to do both and play one of the methods.

      Normally with Pick-3 you watch to see whether a digit from the previous draw repeats into the next, this should be roughly 80% of the time.  So if digits from the midday repeat 80% of the time in the evening that's the way to track, if they skip evening and repeat in the next midday, that's the say to go, same for evening to evening or evening to midday.  I don't see any reason this shouldn't carry on to sum tracking as what to keep an eye on. 

      BobP

      Thanks for answering BobP.

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        Posted: June 17, 2010, 12:16 pm - IP Logged

        I've never track pick3 games but I do track jackpot games with their dates.  Since the dates can be changed into a day, I can analyzes the data all together or by particular days.  Perhaps if you record you data and distinguish it by mid-day and evening, you will be able to analyze it either way using the same data.

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          Posted: June 17, 2010, 12:21 pm - IP Logged

          When you are tracking sums do you combine the mid and eve draws or do you separate them?  I am new to playing the Pick 3 and any info would be greatly appreciated.

          when i track sums i have them combine to see how far overdue the some really is. I place it in a spreadsheet for every month and see how bad a certain sum is then I start playing them.

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            Posted: June 17, 2010, 12:41 pm - IP Logged

            Hello Rjoh,

                      Can you give more details of how you are tracking with the dates I'm always interrested in new ways, and of course only if you can shair it.

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              Posted: June 20, 2010, 3:15 am - IP Logged

              Hello Rjoh,

                        Can you give more details of how you are tracking with the dates I'm always interrested in new ways, and of course only if you can shair it.

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              DATE=06/19/2010  MO=6  DA=19  YR=2010  DAY$="FRISATSUNMONTUEWEDTHR"

              Below is the BASIC subroutine I use to turn a date into a day and then it's just of a matter of only looking at a particular day.  $SDAY is a three character  word for the day

              6605 E=INT((14-MO)/12):Y=YRS-E:M=MO+(12*E)-2:D=(DA+Y+INT(Y/4)+INT(Y/100)-INT(Y/400)+INT((31*M)/12))
              6610 DD=D-7:D=DD:IF DD=>7 THEN 6610 ELSE SDAY$=MID$(DAY$,DD*3+1,3):RETURN

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                Posted: June 20, 2010, 4:05 am - IP Logged


                The correct answer is always to do what works in your particular game based on study of the draw history. 

                Another answer would be to do both and play one of the methods.

                Normally with Pick-3 you watch to see whether a digit from the previous draw repeats into the next, this should be roughly 80% of the time.  So if digits from the midday repeat 80% of the time in the evening that's the way to track, if they skip evening and repeat in the next midday, that's the say to go, same for evening to evening or evening to midday.  I don't see any reason this shouldn't carry on to sum tracking as what to keep an eye on. 

                BobP

                Excellent answer Bob!

                I have been pondering the question and have the same basic idea as an approach. Nice to see how you worded it. Thanks.

                DD