|Posted: January 20, 2011, 12:01 pm - IP Logged|
I have back checked this in the WI Pick 3 & 4 & came up with this observation
lets say in the Pick 3 the draw was 705 if you subtract 1 # from each of those
#s you would get the 3 new numbers 694 ( think of the 0 as 10 - 1 = 9 ) when I
back checked the past 100 draws I came up with about a 62% where one of those
new numbers was drawn in the next Pick 3 & in the Pick 4 it was 72%.
Problem is, even though those %s are not to bad I can't figure out which of the 3 new
#s is gone show up in the new set of #s for the next day, just that 62% of the time in the
Pick 3 & 72% of the time in the Pick 4 it will happen or at least that's how it's happening
right now in the WI Pick 3 & 4
Anybody have any thoughts on how to narrow down the selection & or use the Pick 3
or Pick 4 draws when you only have 1 number correct but don't know which one it will
Love to hear everybodys thoughts on this idea & back check in your state & see what
you get & post your results!
Happy Number Picking Everyone!