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bgonçalves
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Posted: November 23, 2011, 6:55 am - IP Logged

Hello, these are 12 groups of three digits for pick3, has a greatadvantage in the choice of peers, and without leading zero from 000 to 999
The rest will always have a pair in 12 of these matrices may confer
In all states, for those who like to study pairs, a Christmas present
  Dr. san.
267
348
159
157
168
249
147
258
369
123
456
789

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    bgonçalves
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    Posted: November 23, 2011, 7:10 am - IP Logged
    Hello, example
      result pick3
    459
    125
    489
    752
    632
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      Posted: November 23, 2011, 10:24 pm - IP Logged

       hi dr san do u have any numbers or workout for florida cash 3 for tommorrow

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        bgonçalves
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        Posted: November 24, 2011, 5:18 am - IP Logged
        Hello, roads, mayor, then you can take these 12 groups of three digits, 36 pairs
        With proper use of peers, when the result is not zero and 111 to 000
        Good work of peers, of course the position of the pair in the result of pick3 varies
        1st to 3rd position. Roads you did an analysis of exploitation?
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          Posted: November 28, 2011, 11:40 am - IP Logged

          Hello Dr San

          I just found your post. could you explain more in detail about the 12 groups of the three digits. 36 pairs. I live in Illinois.

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            Ok, dell 1972, with these twelve arrays of 3 digits to find pairs, but ok results without the digit zero and formçao 000 to 999. the rest is 100% at least one of these matrices always have a pair, you test in Illinois, to reduce the bjetico agrupamneto was for twelve to statistics, the results of the last three pick3
            Example is last, gave 458 lottery, with a probilidade to repeat a digit
            I choose from the twelve other matrices that do not have digit 4,5,8, in order to find pairs, you can limb the twelve groups in the three possible pairs of each group will give 36 pairs of 100% when the digit has zero,
            Or the 000th 999. then you will always find peers in 87% to 90% of the time for couples
            The other digit to form pick3 to play or bet, will be random, the twelve groups is to find pairs = ok
            12 groups results illinois
            267              121
            348              478
            159
            157
            168
            249
            147
            258
            369
            123
            456
            789

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              Posted: November 28, 2011, 12:34 pm - IP Logged
              Hello, who could help me with Excel to a planilia
                Regarding the 12 clusters, to look for the game pck3 peers.
              In the Excel spreadsheet you can do a statistical analysis of 12 clusters, to see the group late, hot, cold, etc., as if the game had 12 groups pck3
                With BJECTIVES taking 12 pairs within the groups, or twelve arrays,
                Example results given in the last three pairs in arrays of 1,4,9
              Would focus on the other nine matrices to choose pairs, ok, one can see that in Excel? thank you
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                Posted: November 28, 2011, 12:51 pm - IP Logged
                possible combinations to ensure always hit at least two digits to form pairs, want to see? of 1 to 10 (1,2,3,4) (1,5,6,7) (1,8,9,10) (2,3,5,8) (2,3,6,9) (2 , 3,7,10) (4,5,6,10) (4,7,8,9,) (5,6,8,9)
                now has the number zero is equivalent to 0 10,
                9 matrices are then four digits with the digit pairs ensures zero, see statistics, also...
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                  Posted: November 28, 2011, 1:34 pm - IP Logged

                  Dr San

                  I am still confuse about finding the pair.

                  Let me know, if I am correct or not

                  to find a pair from the 12 matrices

                  For example,  If the Illinois pick 3 was 671

                  so I would choose 267, 157, 147 because they have 6,7,1.

                  After that I am confuse on how to proceed further.

                  Could you be nice enough to help me?

                  Thanks

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                    bgonçalves
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                    Posted: November 28, 2011, 1:58 pm - IP Logged
                    hello, look how easy it is, let's imagine that the last result
                      Chicago was in pick3 671ok, you will separate
                      groups of 12 groups that have the three digits (6,7,1)
                    groups are
                    267
                    159
                    159
                    168
                    147
                    369
                    456
                    7 you to exclude groups because it has at least one digit of the last result, you will choose 5 peers in other groups
                    the third digit and a repeat of the last result
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                      Posted: November 28, 2011, 2:10 pm - IP Logged

                      Okay so I won't use these numbers because the number have the three digits (6,7,1) and I will choose the 5 peers in the 12 Matrices group to find the pairs

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                        bgonçalves
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                        dell, a repetition of the last digit of the result, is the way,
                          as you do not know which digit is playing with three digits
                          there, you select the 12 clusters to extract pairs
                          the carbob, Gary, or Winsun, one could see these statistics in Excel 12 groups in relation to a ist of results of any state americano.ver the digit that repeats the last draw, to start or finish a pair in 12 groups, the digit repeat, is the sign or way to predict.
                        peers who studies can help too, can break apart
                          the twelve groups of 36 pairs of making statistical possíveis.tem to see the group behind, then take pairs