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Posted: August 26, 2010, 4:08 am - IP Logged

If you let Pick3 from the previous, day be:

1 and 6 = A [designation letters]

2 and 7 = B

3 and 8 = C

4 and 9 = D

5 and 0 = E...

then, you will know that, 2 compressed letters [designation number] will repeat onto the next drawing, the other 1 will not ...Sometimes 1 compressed letter will repeat, the other 2 will not...i´ll give you an example..

If: ABC plays yesterday and

DBE plays on the following day...that means that: B repeated onto the next drawing, E and D did not...

So if i pick, B for the next drawing and i know that A and C will not repeat, then that leaves: D and E and you win straight...Will cost you: $8 dollars...i think you win box but on a better note if you guess the location of B [3 options: left, center or right], you got a better shot at getting it straight....

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    Posted: August 27, 2010, 6:09 pm - IP Logged

     Thanks pumpi76White Bounce

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      Posted: August 27, 2010, 6:53 pm - IP Logged

      095= E - D - E

      068= E - A - C

      634= A - C - D

      410= D - A - E

      274= B - B - D

      118= A - A - C

      These are the last six consecutive winning numbers for Florida. Consecutive meaning mid to eve, not eve to eve, or mid to mid.

      C - E - A  is the most overdue combo.

      That would represent:

      C= 3 and 8

      E= 5 and 0

      A= 1 and 6

      3 5 1

      8 0 6

      --------

      351   356   301   306   851   856   801   806

       

      There ar a total of 10 possibilties that A-B-C-D-E can come out in boxed form.

      ABC   ABD   ABE   ACD   ACE   ADE   BCD   BCE   BDE   CDE

       To paly each of those all 6 ways would be 60 possibilities. But since each letter represents 2 numbers and each lletter combo has eight number combos, it would be 60X8=480 possibilities total.

      I think I did the math right...lol

      Anyways, I guess it would be best to just play those 8 combos in box form...lol

       

       


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        Posted: August 27, 2010, 9:52 pm - IP Logged

        If you let Pick3 from the previous, day be:

        1 and 6 = A [designation letters]

        2 and 7 = B

        3 and 8 = C

        4 and 9 = D

        5 and 0 = E...

        then, you will know that, 2 compressed letters [designation number] will repeat onto the next drawing, the other 1 will not ...Sometimes 1 compressed letter will repeat, the other 2 will not...i´ll give you an example..

        If: ABC plays yesterday and

        DBE plays on the following day...that means that: B repeated onto the next drawing, E and D did not...

        So if i pick, B for the next drawing and i know that A and C will not repeat, then that leaves: D and E and you win straight...Will cost you: $8 dollars...i think you win box but on a better note if you guess the location of B [3 options: left, center or right], you got a better shot at getting it straight....

        "...and i know that A and C will not repeat,..."

        But how do you know that, for sure?