United States Member #81843 October 31, 2009 856 Posts Offline

Posted: July 20, 2010, 2:51 am - IP Logged

A 50% subset of the 120 Combinations for Systematic play.

The 120 boxed combinations of non repeating digits e.g.123, are from the 220 group of Boxed sets. The 220 are made up of 120 Straits, 90 Doubles and 10 Triples. Any combination can be made from these boxed sets, 000 to 999. Naturally, there is no reason to play the triples as boxed.

There is a subset of the 120, exactly 60 of them in count or 50%. Knowing about this particular 120 subset will help you make decisions better.

The 120 Combinations groups by leading digit are : 0’s ,1’s,2’s, 3’s, 4’s, 5’s, 6’s and 7’s.

A closer look at the Zero’s group shows that there are 26/36 0r 72.22r% of one kind of set. They are; 012, 013, 016, 017, 023, 024, 025, 026, 027, 028, 029, 034, 035, 036, 037, 038, 039, 046, 047, 056, 057, 067, 068, 069,.

From the One’s there are 6/28 of one kind of set (21.4%) . They are 123, 126, 127, 136, 137, 167.

From the Two’s group there are 15/21 or 71.4% of one kind of set: 234, 235, 236, 237, 238, 239, 246, 247, 256, 257, 267, 268, 269, 278, 279.

In the Three’s group there are 9/15 or 60% of one subset. 346,347, 356, 357, 367, 368, 369, 378, 379.

In the Four’s group there is one from the 50% subset (1/10 or 10% of that group): 467.

In the Five’s group there is one from the 50% subset (1/6 or 16.6%): 567.

In the Sixes group there are 2/3 or 33.33r %: 678, 679.

The Seven’s group has none or 0/1 in the 7's group.

As you can see the 50% subset is not evenly distributed in these groups.

You can see this better by highlighting the sets on paper. If you are trying to select a set from among a particular leading digit group, looking at a short history of a month or two may be enough to make the right decision. If tracked on paper, a notation can be made to the side as to what group a draw came from for easy evaluation of the history.

Kentucky United States Member #32652 February 14, 2006 7457 Posts Offline

Posted: July 20, 2010, 12:45 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by Delta Draw on July 20, 2010

A 50% subset of the 120 Combinations for Systematic play.

The 120 boxed combinations of non repeating digits e.g.123, are from the 220 group of Boxed sets. The 220 are made up of 120 Straits, 90 Doubles and 10 Triples. Any combination can be made from these boxed sets, 000 to 999. Naturally, there is no reason to play the triples as boxed.

There is a subset of the 120, exactly 60 of them in count or 50%. Knowing about this particular 120 subset will help you make decisions better.

The 120 Combinations groups by leading digit are : 0’s ,1’s,2’s, 3’s, 4’s, 5’s, 6’s and 7’s.

A closer look at the Zero’s group shows that there are 26/36 0r 72.22r% of one kind of set. They are; 012, 013, 016, 017, 023, 024, 025, 026, 027, 028, 029, 034, 035, 036, 037, 038, 039, 046, 047, 056, 057, 067, 068, 069,.

From the One’s there are 6/28 of one kind of set (21.4%) . They are 123, 126, 127, 136, 137, 167.

From the Two’s group there are 15/21 or 71.4% of one kind of set: 234, 235, 236, 237, 238, 239, 246, 247, 256, 257, 267, 268, 269, 278, 279.

In the Three’s group there are 9/15 or 60% of one subset. 346,347, 356, 357, 367, 368, 369, 378, 379.

In the Four’s group there is one from the 50% subset (1/10 or 10% of that group): 467.

In the Five’s group there is one from the 50% subset (1/6 or 16.6%): 567.

In the Sixes group there are 2/3 or 33.33r %: 678, 679.

The Seven’s group has none or 0/1 in the 7's group.

As you can see the 50% subset is not evenly distributed in these groups.

You can see this better by highlighting the sets on paper. If you are trying to select a set from among a particular leading digit group, looking at a short history of a month or two may be enough to make the right decision. If tracked on paper, a notation can be made to the side as to what group a draw came from for easy evaluation of the history.

DD

"The 120 Combinations groups by leading digit are : 0’s ,1’s,2’s, 3’s, 4’s, 5’s, 6’s and 7’s."

Or you could say 1 of those 8 digits will always be the lowest digit just like you can say the digits 2,3,4,5,6,7,8 or 9 will always be the highest digit and from that create 2 other 60 combo subset. You can create 2 more groups by using second lowest (or second highest) digits too.

"As you can see the 50% subset is not evenly distributed in these groups."

All you did was divide the 120 non-repeating digits into two groups of 60 with a combo from each group having an even money chance of being drawn when 3 different digit are drawn. Let's say you got incredibly lucky and one of the combos in your group hits every time 3 different digits are drawn in the next 100 drawing or 72 times. The good news is you would only lose $24 by playing all the combos. I suppose the idea is to not bet all the combos but that would drastically reduce your chances of hitting.

"If you are trying to select a set from among a particular leading digit group, looking at a short history of a month or two may be enough to make the right decision."

There are 36 combos having 0 as the lowest digit; 28 combos have 1 as the lowest, 21 combos have 2, 15 have 3, 10 have 4, 6 have 5, 3 have 6, and 1 combo has 7 as the lowest digit. Would my chances of winning be better if I thought 3 would be the lowest digit and used your 9 combo group or just played all the 15 combos?

United States Member #81843 October 31, 2009 856 Posts Offline

Posted: July 20, 2010, 2:44 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by Stack47 on July 20, 2010

"The 120 Combinations groups by leading digit are : 0’s ,1’s,2’s, 3’s, 4’s, 5’s, 6’s and 7’s."

Or you could say 1 of those 8 digits will always be the lowest digit just like you can say the digits 2,3,4,5,6,7,8 or 9 will always be the highest digit and from that create 2 other 60 combo subset. You can create 2 more groups by using second lowest (or second highest) digits too.

"As you can see the 50% subset is not evenly distributed in these groups."

All you did was divide the 120 non-repeating digits into two groups of 60 with a combo from each group having an even money chance of being drawn when 3 different digit are drawn. Let's say you got incredibly lucky and one of the combos in your group hits every time 3 different digits are drawn in the next 100 drawing or 72 times. The good news is you would only lose $24 by playing all the combos. I suppose the idea is to not bet all the combos but that would drastically reduce your chances of hitting.

"If you are trying to select a set from among a particular leading digit group, looking at a short history of a month or two may be enough to make the right decision."

There are 36 combos having 0 as the lowest digit; 28 combos have 1 as the lowest, 21 combos have 2, 15 have 3, 10 have 4, 6 have 5, 3 have 6, and 1 combo has 7 as the lowest digit. Would my chances of winning be better if I thought 3 would be the lowest digit and used your 9 combo group or just played all the 15 combos?

Stack,

If you were certain the next draw’s results was from the three's group, there are many ways you can evaluate which set is likely to be drawn. There are sums, root sums, LDS, HHL, EEO, Vtracs, Neighbors, etc. The 120 Combinations have subsets and subsets of subsets. This is one way to track a subset of the 120 combinations independent of the 120 leading digit groups. Half have this kind of quality and half have another. The determination of this subset is not a casual number trick, it has merit. WinD’s thread slices the 120 pie right down the middle and shows you that certain pairs obey a rule. What seemed like chaos is now showing some order.

This is one way to evaluate the strait sets from a group in historical draws. If you had no way of knowing which set was to be drawn and the three’s group was absolutely going to hit, how would you decide and try to separate the sets? Playing all 15 from that group is feasible and profitable, but I am sure there are players who would like to narrow down the group- perhaps to even one set for play.

Some players use one system. Some use several. Each system is like a goat trail. If you use several systems or set observations, the idea is to have the goat trails point to several or one conclusion, narrowing down and eliminating sets. A good system gives you several choices, a great one gives you one. A great system always has the result in front of you. After the draw you can see what the different trails were by the results. Systems players try to find the trails before the draw. All things are equal after the draw, the trick is to find all things equal before the draw, to win.

Kentucky United States Member #32652 February 14, 2006 7457 Posts Offline

Posted: July 23, 2010, 12:03 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by Delta Draw on July 20, 2010

Stack,

If you were certain the next draw’s results was from the three's group, there are many ways you can evaluate which set is likely to be drawn. There are sums, root sums, LDS, HHL, EEO, Vtracs, Neighbors, etc. The 120 Combinations have subsets and subsets of subsets. This is one way to track a subset of the 120 combinations independent of the 120 leading digit groups. Half have this kind of quality and half have another. The determination of this subset is not a casual number trick, it has merit. WinD’s thread slices the 120 pie right down the middle and shows you that certain pairs obey a rule. What seemed like chaos is now showing some order.

This is one way to evaluate the strait sets from a group in historical draws. If you had no way of knowing which set was to be drawn and the three’s group was absolutely going to hit, how would you decide and try to separate the sets? Playing all 15 from that group is feasible and profitable, but I am sure there are players who would like to narrow down the group- perhaps to even one set for play.

Some players use one system. Some use several. Each system is like a goat trail. If you use several systems or set observations, the idea is to have the goat trails point to several or one conclusion, narrowing down and eliminating sets. A good system gives you several choices, a great one gives you one. A great system always has the result in front of you. After the draw you can see what the different trails were by the results. Systems players try to find the trails before the draw. All things are equal after the draw, the trick is to find all things equal before the draw, to win.

Thanks for the reply.

DD

Back in the Stone Age when the Ohio Pick-3 was only about a year old I was looking at the results to see how many draws I would have hit had I added a number to each digit position; it was based on the popular "123 tic tac toe" method. From that I created 22 subsets where each subset had all ten digits in each position. It wasn't until I read an in Lottery World a few years later that I realized the potential of my subsets.

The Article was about tracking consecutive combos 123, 234, 345, 456, 567, 678, 789, 890, 901, 012, when they were due, and which combos to play. Since my 12 subsets with three different digits started with 012, 013, 014, etc. adding "1" to each digit, I could track any or all of them using the same method. What I found problematic was when a subset was due, that method didn't always work and if I played all 10 combos in the subset, there was only an 8 drawing window for it to hit and show a profit. If there truly are "mirror combs", the combos in each of the subsets could be called mirrors.

The reason I quickly abandoned the idea of adding and/or subtracting something from the previous drawing was because the digit 3 would always have to follow the digit 2 or 6 would have to follow 5. Now that we can get or create pick-3 programs that track which digits follow each other, we can see that while the digit 3 might follow the digit 2 more than any other digit in one position, it doesn't mean it's the same in all positions or with all digits.

Another subset I tinkered with were the 45 pairs but they too had to fall in the 8 drawing window.

I agree about the value of watching the trails, but unless the subsets are reasonably consistent, many of the trials lead nowhere. Since each of the subsets used all the digits 3 times, when one or two of the digits were running hot or cold, they affected all the subsets equally.

United States Member #81843 October 31, 2009 856 Posts Offline

Posted: July 24, 2010, 1:44 am - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by reddog on July 23, 2010

Hmmmm....

Yea Stack,

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