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Balanced hot/cold Pick 3 wheel

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Posted: July 6, 2010, 6:48 pm - IP Logged

Balanced hot/cold Pick 3 wheel


This wheel produces 12 combos whose hot/med/cold  digits are "scientifically" balanced.

It uses nine digits and each digit is repeated four times.   At least one of the top three hottest digits will be in 11 combinations.

Eliminate the coldest digit.  Assign letters to the other nine digits.  Use letter A through letter I.  The hottest number should be A, the second hottest B, the third hottest, C, etc...the second coldest digit should be I.

Combos are shown in ascending order sequence for clarity.

A-C-H    A-E-I    A-F-G    A-H-F

B-E-H    B-F-G    B-G-I    B-I-D

C-D-H    C-D-I    C-E-G    D-E-F


I play the combos in the following sequences.

C-H-A    A-E-I    A-F-G    H-A-F

H-E-B    F-G-B    G-B-I    D-I-B

H-C-D    I-D-C    C-E-G    F-E-D


Good luck with it!

Posted 4/6:  IL Pick 3 midday and evening until they hit:  555, 347 (str8).


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    Posted: July 6, 2010, 8:06 pm - IP Logged

    Thanks Rick, I been looking for something like this...

    have a great winning day!

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      Posted: July 6, 2010, 11:13 pm - IP Logged

      Balanced hot/cold Pick 3 wheel


      This wheel produces 12 combos whose hot/med/cold  digits are "scientifically" balanced.

      It uses nine digits and each digit is repeated four times.   At least one of the top three hottest digits will be in 11 combinations.

      Eliminate the coldest digit.  Assign letters to the other nine digits.  Use letter A through letter I.  The hottest number should be A, the second hottest B, the third hottest, C, etc...the second coldest digit should be I.

      Combos are shown in ascending order sequence for clarity.

      A-C-H    A-E-I    A-F-G    A-H-F

      B-E-H    B-F-G    B-G-I    B-I-D

      C-D-H    C-D-I    C-E-G    D-E-F


      I play the combos in the following sequences.

      C-H-A    A-E-I    A-F-G    H-A-F

      H-E-B    F-G-B    G-B-I    D-I-B

      H-C-D    I-D-C    C-E-G    F-E-D


      Good luck with it!

      Nice simple system and I'll give it a try.

      Thank ya, Rick!

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        Posted: July 7, 2010, 6:39 am - IP Logged

        You're welcome ONEDAY and Stack47.  Hope it brings some wins for you!

        Posted 4/6:  IL Pick 3 midday and evening until they hit:  555, 347 (str8).


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          Posted: July 7, 2010, 10:10 am - IP Logged

          Balanced hot/cold Pick 3 wheel


          This wheel produces 12 combos whose hot/med/cold  digits are "scientifically" balanced.

          It uses nine digits and each digit is repeated four times.   At least one of the top three hottest digits will be in 11 combinations.

          Eliminate the coldest digit.  Assign letters to the other nine digits.  Use letter A through letter I.  The hottest number should be A, the second hottest B, the third hottest, C, etc...the second coldest digit should be I.

          Combos are shown in ascending order sequence for clarity.

          A-C-H    A-E-I    A-F-G    A-H-F

          B-E-H    B-F-G    B-G-I    B-I-D

          C-D-H    C-D-I    C-E-G    D-E-F


          I play the combos in the following sequences.

          C-H-A    A-E-I    A-F-G    H-A-F

          H-E-B    F-G-B    G-B-I    D-I-B

          H-C-D    I-D-C    C-E-G    F-E-D


          Good luck with it!

          Suggestion:

          When you have 'ties' in your hot/med/cold rankings, break ties with ascending order.  This will improve the overall sums consistency of the combos generated.

          Posted 4/6:  IL Pick 3 midday and evening until they hit:  555, 347 (str8).


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            Posted: July 7, 2010, 12:12 pm - IP Logged

            Winsumloosesum:

             

            In case you are listening to this thread,  this nice little system should be a no brainer for you.

             

             

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              Posted: July 7, 2010, 6:52 pm - IP Logged

              dont know if iam missing  something.... but how many draws

               you go back  7...10 ?  thanks rick

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                Posted: July 8, 2010, 7:03 am - IP Logged

                dont know if iam missing  something.... but how many draws

                 you go back  7...10 ?  thanks rick

                threetowin, use any draw history you want.  I use ten draws.  Seven would be OK too (but you'll have more ties).  I wouldn't use any more than 12 draws.

                Posted 4/6:  IL Pick 3 midday and evening until they hit:  555, 347 (str8).


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                  Posted: July 8, 2010, 5:41 pm - IP Logged

                  threetowin, use any draw history you want.  I use ten draws.  Seven would be OK too (but you'll have more ties).  I wouldn't use any more than 12 draws.

                  ok sounds good ... i been testing with both just curious is too what you was useing

                    and the numbers that hit wa str8 .. that i back tested with.

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                    Posted: July 8, 2010, 5:54 pm - IP Logged

                    Do you use All Midday, All Evening, or a Combination of Midday and Evening draws ???  Because your Hot/Cold Number Results would be different with a Combination of Midday and Evening, as opposed to Straight Mid or Straight Eve.

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                      Posted: July 8, 2010, 6:02 pm - IP Logged

                      Do you use All Midday, All Evening, or a Combination of Midday and Evening draws ???  Because your Hot/Cold Number Results would be different with a Combination of Midday and Evening, as opposed to Straight Mid or Straight Eve.

                      destinycreation, I have done it both ways and I think the results are better if you keep the draws separate.  It seems that biases are more pronounced in the individual draws.  Just my observation.  However, when looking for a cold number to exclude, using both draws can help.

                      Posted 4/6:  IL Pick 3 midday and evening until they hit:  555, 347 (str8).