Q & A
Let’s see, I do a daily RB, a daily index, a journal, the 55 pairs. I made charts back to Oct 1,
#1 showing what straight hits and letters hit on each day of the week and which RB they came from. The same day, 2 days ago,3 days ago etc.
#2 A chart showing which letters hit in the RB and how many times each letter hits for both drawings for each day of the week. So I can see what letters hit most and when.
#3 A list of all 64 different letter combinations and how many times each of the combos have hit between the mid and eve. I know the C,D,F,G,J,M, boxes have hit the most since Oct 1.
There have been 9 straight hits this month in my state and all I’ve hit is one $80 box. I see #s that show up in the RBs up to 7 days in a row, play them every day, but they don't hit. Then when one does hit, it might be the only time it appears in an RB.
Numbers that do hit, don't show up in the RB at all, or a day or two at the most, especially doubles. The double digit is never in the RB.
So what the heck am I doing wrong? What am I missing? I'm looking for patterns and the straight hits ARE there, but I can't get close to predicting them. Short of playing 64 #s a day,straight and box how can I get some hits?
PLEASE HELP ME!!
PS: Perfect example 577 and 750 hit today, absolutely no 577 in the RB since Feb 21 (box) and the 750 was in the RB from March 4. The only time it appeared straight other than March 3.
You are not doing anything wrong.
You are doing everything correctly.
But as I stated on some of my threads….this is an ART, not a science.
What you have to do now is learn from your experiences and make the appropriate changes.
What you may consider doing is keeping a separate list of the numbers that are NOT in the RB, because as you have noticed, they tend to hit.
Many of numbers that hit are a combination of cold and hot digits……but the RB only gives you the hottest digits.
Also, keep a separate list for the most due doubles to make sure a number like 577 does not hit you by surprise.
Also, pay attention to the most due 10 to 15 pairs. They will give you great clues on what will be hitting next.
One more thing; you need to use OTHER systems besides the RB, index, and pairs.
Just today I sent out an email to my list (which I think you are a member of) that talked about several software programs for you to test out in your state to see which are hitting the most.
It does not matter how good the RB, index, and pairs are; you have to keep improving your systems and the only way to do this is to keep testing out OTHER systems because as you can see, these 3 systems are not enough to get hits consistently.
Constant improvement is the name of the game and the only way for you to improve is to keep exploring other systems and software programs.
The way I am looking at all of this now is that the RB, index, and pairs form the FOUNDATION of Pick 3 mastery. These 3 systems put you on the right path and give you some practical tools to look at the game objectively. That is especially the case with the journal.
By keeping a journal you officially become a REAL student of the game. The journal makes you study the game intelligently. It shows you trends and patterns that you would not otherwise be able to see. With the journal you have a practical way to analyze the 3 positions and find the most likely digits to hit in the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd positions.
So that is the foundation and it sounds like you have that part down pat. Now you have to look elsewhere and incorporate other systems to make sure that you are not always being blindsided by numbers that just seem to come out of nowhere.