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P-3 Pairs System

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taiwanlottery's avatar - bonesonfire
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Posted: September 4, 2011, 9:58 pm - IP Logged

After reading Dr. San's post about cycles, i did a test here in Taiwan.

These are the last 19 draws. Ive seperated them by cycles. The tricky part is to find the right cycle.

Then ive written the numbers which came out for the first time in the cycle. 

If you notice the first numbers of each group produce a column down. Using each of those numbers in those positions produces many pairs

for the next cycle.

 

For example - draws from earliest to now - the first 8 draws are 1 cycle - the next 11 are another cycle

If you look at the first number of each new number list and make a column of those numbers going down would give me 4 2 5 3 9 0 7 

Now pair these numbers 42 25 53 39 90 07 and the 7 back with the 4, so 74. I have 7 sets of pairs 

486  4 8 6

624  2

521  5 1

663  3

994  9

698

830  0

477  7

 

next cycle

407

701

242 

025

968

255

052

421

194

525

437

 

Using the pairs created in the previous cycle, you can see how many pairs hit in the last cycle.

Something you can try in your state. The trick is finding the correct cycle and looking for patters to match in the next cycle.

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    bgonçalves
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    Posted: September 7, 2011, 1:46 pm - IP Logged

    After reading Dr. San's post about cycles, i did a test here in Taiwan.

    These are the last 19 draws. Ive seperated them by cycles. The tricky part is to find the right cycle.

    Then ive written the numbers which came out for the first time in the cycle. 

    If you notice the first numbers of each group produce a column down. Using each of those numbers in those positions produces many pairs

    for the next cycle.

     

    For example - draws from earliest to now - the first 8 draws are 1 cycle - the next 11 are another cycle

    If you look at the first number of each new number list and make a column of those numbers going down would give me 4 2 5 3 9 0 7 

    Now pair these numbers 42 25 53 39 90 07 and the 7 back with the 4, so 74. I have 7 sets of pairs 

    486  4 8 6

    624  2

    521  5 1

    663  3

    994  9

    698

    830  0

    477  7

     

    next cycle

    407

    701

    242 

    025

    968

    255

    052

    421

    194

    525

    437

     

    Using the pairs created in the previous cycle, you can see how many pairs hit in the last cycle.

    Something you can try in your state. The trick is finding the correct cycle and looking for patters to match in the next cycle.

    Hello, taiwan I put the idea of ??the whole of pick3 you can try, simulations   Cycle separated by position by three separate columns to see which column ends the first cycle, the example of the post is for the whole, need to do separately for each column   To see what is the best system! example = 456 489 259 354 687 365 159 219 015 542 788 869 902 In 1st position 13 results needed to close the cycle (ie give all the digits at least once) can it?

      taiwanlottery's avatar - bonesonfire
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      Posted: September 7, 2011, 8:59 pm - IP Logged

      Hi Dr San

      Thanks very much! I understand and i will try that also and see how that works!

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        Posted: September 8, 2011, 2:38 am - IP Logged
        EventOdds6 Times Due7 Times Due
        Root Sum (1-9): 111/10001 in 9.090.99845262040.9994633233
        Digit (Position Specific): 1/101 in 100.99820298970.9993734213
        Straight Pairs: 1/1001 in 1000.99759499070.9991196888
        Straights: 1/10001 in 10000.99752867790.9990913062
        Boxed Pair (no-match) 54/10001 in 18.520.99800562290.9992657436
        Boxed Pair (Double) 28/10001 in 35.720.99777029730.9991978926
        Boxed No-Match1 in 166.670.99758024840.9991089325
        Boxed Double1 in 333.330.99754350080.9990994673

        Box pair hits 1 in 18.52 draws

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          Posted: September 8, 2011, 10:42 am - IP Logged
          This is my spin/observation
           
           
          For this post above
          The results below scanned for pairs
           
          Sun, Sep 4, 2011 1-4-9 2-4-8 
          Sat, Sep 3, 2011 4-5-1 5-1-4
          Fri, Sep 2, 2011 1-9-5 2-9-1 
          Thu, Sep 1, 2011 4-0-1 1-9-7 
          Wed, Aug 31, 2011 9-3-5 0-9-3 
          Tue, Aug 30, 2011 8-3-2 5-3-7 
          Mon, Aug 29, 2011 5-7-6 4-0-5
          Sun, Aug 28, 2011 5-5-7 3-8-3 
          Sat, Aug 27, 2011 2-7-6 4-6-2
          Fri, Aug 26, 2011 8-6-6 1-3-8 
          Thu, Aug 25, 2011 4-2-2 5-1-6
          Wed, Aug 24, 2011 8-8-1 3-7-9
          Tue, Aug 23, 2011 1-4-9 9-7-3
           
          Illinois  Lottery
           
          248-248
          149-19
          514-5
          451
          291
          195
          197-7
          401-0
          093-3
          935
          537
          832
          405
          576-6
           
           75% of the 3 lottery digits (2 or 3 digits) of the pick-3 game are repeats from the last 3 drawings.
           

          If you look at the first number of each new number list and make a column of those numbers going down would give me 2 1 5 7 0 3 6 

          Now pair these numbers 21 15 57 70 03 36  and the 2 back with the 6, so 26. I have 7 sets of pairs 

          Using the pairs created in this  cycle, you can see how many pairs hit in the next cycle below

          Wed, Sep 7, 20110-5-2 9-8-1
          Tue, Sep 6, 20119-7-8 2-4-3
          Mon, Sep 5, 20112-9-7 2-1-5

           

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            Posted: September 8, 2011, 10:59 am - IP Logged

            I have 7 sets of pairs 

            21 15 57 70 03 36  26
             
            Let's compare with another good pair workout
             

            prs for the week   using day      15 45 97 13 48 39

            prs for the week using night      25 45 87 23 48 83

            Wed, Sep 7, 20110-5-2 9-8-1
            Tue, Sep 6, 20119-7-8 2-4-3
            Mon, Sep 5, 20112-9-7 2-1-5
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              bgonçalves
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              Posted: September 8, 2011, 11:05 pm - IP Logged

              I have 7 sets of pairs 

              21 15 57 70 03 36  26
               
              Let's compare with another good pair workout
               

              prs for the week   using day      15 45 97 13 48 39

              prs for the week using night      25 45 87 23 48 83

              Wed, Sep 7, 20110-5-2 9-8-1
              Tue, Sep 6, 20119-7-8 2-4-3
              Mon, Sep 5, 20112-9-7 2-1-5

              Hello, Blake,good job, also tends to make for position to see the cycle, I think it will form a graph between the cycles of the three columns, the study cycle is good for him to distance is 0-9 = is another factor a repetition of the last digit of the result, good to form pairs   Be careful with the translation please google! You can see by the vertical position of each column, the study resembles the study of the late digit, but it is very different to see what I type more than 200 results, which we see the full cycle

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                bgonçalves
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                Posted: September 8, 2011, 11:27 pm - IP Logged

                blake a long list of pick3 list, a list of 300 or more results you can see the following = the average of each   digit between the closed loops (closed loops are beginning zer and goes up to give the last digit) then one can average per cycle Examplee position 6 was the last digit of the 1st cycle   digit has a low frequency of  onthe first positions out of the cycle, I mean the positions of the cycle until end each cycle, which now has three or four digit cycles is lastly   in the next cycle of the back as a new ciclo.tudo is cyclical and repetitive.