There is a conflict between classic mathematical principles and what happens in the real world, at least when it comes to Pick 3.
The reason for this is that not all “numbers” are created equal.
By this I mean that there are patterns that dictate that certain numbers have a higher chance of hitting than others. This is more so when we take into account 30 days as opposed to tracking numbers on a daily basis.
There are gurus who put out list of numbers that negate the FALSE idea that “past results do not effect future results.”
Let me give you the best example I know off right now: The Numbers Savants list.
This list has around 70 numbers for NY and here are the results for the past 3 months:
FACT: Savants list has had 4 Straight hits so far this month:
528 Straight on 10-15
060 Straight on 10-14
255 Straight on 10-13
528 Straight on 10-7
FACT: Savants list had 7 STRAIGHT Hits in September: 304, 525, 761, 994, 104, 164, 868.
FACT: Savants list had 10 STRAIGHT Hits in August: 147, 180, 080, 569, 786, 907, 958, 977, 841, 339.
How can you explain this using classic mathematical principles?
The truth is that past results DO in fact determine what will happen in the future.
So a person can respond to this information in one of two ways: a person can bury their face in math books and keep believing the lie that the numbers that hit are purely random - or they can look up and see what is going on in the real world: there are strategies and lists we can use to predict what numbers will hit next.
The choice is yours.