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Pick 3 Let's Call It Correction Theory

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Posted: January 22, 2011, 10:41 am - IP Logged

My theory is the numbers are always trying to stay balanced so to speak.

So lets say in a drawing the numbers drawn are all 3 or below, then to balance

out for the next draw at least 2 of the numbers will be 5 or above.   I assume

that theory may be true in reverse if you have lets say 3 numbers drawn all

7 or above in the next draw there should be 2 numbers at 5 or below.

This is just a theory & you should check it out & back test it in your states

Pick 3 & see what you come up with.

Here is a recent ex from the WI Pick 3 notice on the 8th the numbers were all

3 or below then the next day the correction was made & 2 of the 3 were 5 or

above.  Have fun & play with it & let me know what you think!

 

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Saturday, January 08, 2011130
    LAVERNE MALONEY's avatar - smallgirl

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    Posted: January 22, 2011, 1:46 pm - IP Logged

    My theory is the numbers are always trying to stay balanced so to speak.

    So lets say in a drawing the numbers drawn are all 3 or below, then to balance

    out for the next draw at least 2 of the numbers will be 5 or above.   I assume

    that theory may be true in reverse if you have lets say 3 numbers drawn all

    7 or above in the next draw there should be 2 numbers at 5 or below.

    This is just a theory & you should check it out & back test it in your states

    Pick 3 & see what you come up with.

    Here is a recent ex from the WI Pick 3 notice on the 8th the numbers were all

    3 or below then the next day the correction was made & 2 of the 3 were 5 or

    above.  Have fun & play with it & let me know what you think!

     

    Sunday, January 09, 2011739
    Saturday, January 08, 2011130

    I would say your theory is true if a state participates in having balanced draws. Meaning that #s for the most part are not missing for more than 5 days collectively. & if they (at least 3 digits) are missing for 3 to 4 days then they pair up & appear. 

      garyo1954's avatar - garyo
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      Posted: January 22, 2011, 4:58 pm - IP Logged

      Numbers do balance but not always as quickly as the next draw. Suggest a larger sampling to formulate a theory. If you look at a grain of sand through a microscope it looks HUGE! But take the microscope away and it is not so big.

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      You've got a nice theory. But don't take it as a rule. High will follow high, low will follow low, even will follow odd, etc.