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bgonçalves
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Hello, pairview, right! The pairs 00,11,22,33,44,55,66,77,88,99 not part   If you can play right, you have hit the setou or groups, or top down, Step 1,   It tends to hit the industry ok, the estaisticas vertical position of each can help   In the forecast, due to the standards, can be combined with other systems to find the pair ok It's just a way to reduce logic, if we have two groups, and the draw are three digits   Always 100% in a sector will have at least a couple, you may have the third digit, you know!

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    Hello, sergem, you can split in any way, be odd pairs in   1,3,5,7,9 and 0,2,4,8,9, or mixed, 1,4,7,9,0 and 2,3,6,8,5. Etc. will work to select pairs, where 100% of all, because there are drawn two groups and three numbers.

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      Hello, sergem, you can split in any way, be odd pairs in   1,3,5,7,9 and 0,2,4,8,9, or mixed, 1,4,7,9,0 and 2,3,6,8,5. Etc. will work to select pairs, where 100% of all, because there are drawn two groups and three numbers.

      Yes, there is more than one way to partition the foundational set of digits {0,1,2,...,9}, with varying outcomes depending on the draw cycles.

      For example:

      Low-High                   {0,1,2,3,4} & {5,6,7,8,9}

      Odd-Even                   {1,3,5,7,9} & {0,2,4,6,8}, where zero is defined to be "even"

      Trending-Detrending   {...} & {...}

      Most of the time, the winning number is composed of

      2 low-numbers & 1 high-number, or 1 low-number & 2 high-numbers, or in general,

      2 Type-1-Characteristic Numbers & 1 Type-2-Characteristic Number, where the characteristics are complementary in nature.

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        Yes, there is more than one way to partition the foundational set of digits {0,1,2,...,9}, with varying outcomes depending on the draw cycles.

        For example:

        Low-High                   {0,1,2,3,4} & {5,6,7,8,9}

        Odd-Even                   {1,3,5,7,9} & {0,2,4,6,8}, where zero is defined to be "even"

        Trending-Detrending   {...} & {...}

        Most of the time, the winning number is composed of

        2 low-numbers & 1 high-number, or 1 low-number & 2 high-numbers, or in general,

        2 Type-1-Characteristic Numbers & 1 Type-2-Characteristic Number, where the characteristics are complementary in nature.

        Ok, pairview, this system can join the other study pairs, who understands macro in Excel, you can help me with this = create in excel 2010, to see that this pattern Vode said above, each vertical position, Winsum could see it, or carbob, see this study 2:01   Or to see pairs 1 and 2, the third digit will be the choice of betting, because first you have to hit the industry, giving a reduction for good pick3 now for pick4 is divided into three sectors a = 1,2,3, b = c = 4,5,6 7,8,9,0   For these three sectors is pick4 for example pick4   = 4758 the sector has a pair c = 78 and b = sector 45 has the pair Members of the forum who can excel, can they help enhance and add pairs to see   Both in pick3 and pick4.

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          Hello, pairview, the statistics show that, when divided into two sectors
            Has a second output in a group and another group, and vice versa, so pairview, one can create wheels pick3 which defines, so the wheel will have to have two digits in a digit and a sector the sector two, etc.. .. the wheel is bound to draw about 200 results
            Where the maximum runs in a couple of previous draws, then the wheel will have two criteria
          Defenir sectors 2em one or a two and a maximum of two digits of the previous results, you hitting the sector, Step 1, and a maximum of two digits of the results
            Earlier, if you have a bet equal to the results of the wheel takes, at most two digits
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            Hello, pairview, the statistics show that, when divided into two sectors
              Has a second output in a group and another group, and vice versa, so pairview, one can create wheels pick3 which defines, so the wheel will have to have two digits in a digit and a sector the sector two, etc.. .. the wheel is bound to draw about 200 results
              Where the maximum runs in a couple of previous draws, then the wheel will have two criteria
            Defenir sectors 2em one or a two and a maximum of two digits of the previous results, you hitting the sector, Step 1, and a maximum of two digits of the results
              Earlier, if you have a bet equal to the results of the wheel takes, at most two digits

            Thank you for your elaboration. I have yet to distil the full meaning of the concepts that you have put forward.

            Offhand, the system looks impressive when you retrofit drawn numbers to the lists of pairs (backtest). But the most important thing is to be able to decide appropriately on what to wheel before the draw (forecasting).

            The two lists together constitute a static matrix to capture digits that appear and disappear in phases. Thus it becomes susceptible to the hot-then-goes-cold phenomenon.

            Take the low-high or mirror-pair lists of {0,1,2,3,4} and {5,6,7,8,9} for example. The wheel of pairs allocates a higher weightage to the subset {0,1,5,6}. So you will have much less chances of winning when '7' and '9' are trending, like they currently are in California.

            It seems you will have to construct a library of digit partitions to deal with the dynamism of the game and this varies from location to location.

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              Okay pair, we think that in 200 draws, get the last 200 drawings of any State of uses, ok, it is likely that within two hundred drawings, the next will not be pick3,    But yes peers! many pairs within the 200 results for the next drawing, then the wheel, which has three equal digits in the 200 sweepstakes. Is excluded, only pairs, ok Pairview, have to do, the statistics of each vertical position, to see trends or patterns that tell what the industry is likely that standards of evidence in one of two sectors, each sector has 10 pairs, when it does the pair will run together eg   (34) x, the wheel pair combines with the unit (third digit) filtering, in the 200 sweepstakes or more The entire wheel has three digits equal to or be the result of pick3 be eliminated only pairs   Previous results, the following definitions.! Set in the sector was 50% to 50% Pairview, we have to see statistics of the two sectors, eg, if a section of four times, like a lot of money, car or crown is an industry behind it, etc ...   You can play up to the sector of the pair, eg choose the two sectors, continues to play to give up!

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                Hello, pairview, you can help me on how to build a macro to see this study of two sectors, it is not done, but to establish the criteria, then a friend can do macro The macro view is also in the vertical list of state lotteries,   To see patterns, which may give clue to predict which sector will be in the next drawing pick3, and filter only the couple of previous draws

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                  Yes, there is more than one way to partition the foundational set of digits {0,1,2,...,9}, with varying outcomes depending on the draw cycles.

                  For example:

                  Low-High                   {0,1,2,3,4} & {5,6,7,8,9}

                  Odd-Even                   {1,3,5,7,9} & {0,2,4,6,8}, where zero is defined to be "even"

                  Trending-Detrending   {...} & {...}

                  Most of the time, the winning number is composed of

                  2 low-numbers & 1 high-number, or 1 low-number & 2 high-numbers, or in general,

                  2 Type-1-Characteristic Numbers & 1 Type-2-Characteristic Number, where the characteristics are complementary in nature.

                  What you write is wrong.

                  You would better define the cycles, if you can!

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                    Hello s,ergem if you split 0-9 in two sectors, it may be, even and odd, etc ... It can be any, so, eg one group of hot, another cold, high low, stop and odd, always at least one pair will always be 100% of the draws. Yes because we have two sections to three digits, of course, sometimes the third digit is in the same sector Example = 248, par = 24 or 48. The third digit is also even, Goal is to choose the pair, you have hit the sector is the first, hitting the sector, will be 100% guaranteed hit ok the pair, this pair can this in the 1st, or 2nd or 3rd Position, the third digit is random, ok, now to predict the industry, you can Place in the three columns = over = conditions Even and odd, ups and downs of hot and cold Sergem can you help me put these three conditions in columns And analyze, with 100 or more draws of pick3 with this one might predict the sector Provide a sector of the three conditions are = 30 pairs, the third digit, it is the (random) or choose ok Sergem see vertical well in the last draw took down the sector, par and cold

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                      What you write is wrong.

                      You would better define the cycles, if you can!

                      Okay, we may open different windows for analysis and we may rest on different favorite premises about a game, although we try our best to see where other analysts are coming from.

                      Numerals or pairs of numerals become super active at various times for reasons that are unclear. Nevertheless  it is advantageous to make use of this phenomenon to make some money.

                      Basically, dr san is trying to create an optimally reduced playing field in order to win at the game. This is done by setting up dichotomous subsets from {0,1,2,...9}. Fundamentally, it is just a filter. Whether it improves the probability of winning or not, depends on how one splits the set {0,1,2,...,9} and on how the game is evolving at the prevailing moment.

                      A convenient strategy is to use the 'low-high' partition of {0,1,2,3,4} and {5,6,7,8,9}. But from an earlier post, it appears that you do not have a preference for this filtering tool. So be it; to each, his own.

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                        Hello pairview perfect, we must take this condition, the pairs, both in pick3 pick4,   And when such a lottery is 50/5 here must be divided by four sectors, in both is 100% billion of draws, of course in pick3 has hit the sector in the next example   You hit the lottery industry, we have down there 10 possible pairs, the third digit is chosen    In another way, because it can be up to the same industry or not, is like a sweepstakes A coin 50/50...

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                          Hello s,ergem if you split 0-9 in two sectors, it may be, even and odd, etc ... It can be any, so, eg one group of hot, another cold, high low, stop and odd, always at least one pair will always be 100% of the draws. Yes because we have two sections to three digits, of course, sometimes the third digit is in the same sector Example = 248, par = 24 or 48. The third digit is also even, Goal is to choose the pair, you have hit the sector is the first, hitting the sector, will be 100% guaranteed hit ok the pair, this pair can this in the 1st, or 2nd or 3rd Position, the third digit is random, ok, now to predict the industry, you can Place in the three columns = over = conditions Even and odd, ups and downs of hot and cold Sergem can you help me put these three conditions in columns And analyze, with 100 or more draws of pick3 with this one might predict the sector Provide a sector of the three conditions are = 30 pairs, the third digit, it is the (random) or choose ok Sergem see vertical well in the last draw took down the sector, par and cold

                          Again: You would better define the cycles, if you can!

                          I think that you should buy a program. Probably any pick 3 analyser will deal with low, high, odd and even.
                          Maybe there is some program on this site that might suite you.

                          If you want to play, let's say, lo - lo - lo, it will cost you 125 USD. You will win 500 USD if you are right.
                          You can bet four times without loosing money. That is what you are describing.
                          If you can define the cycles and you win like one time in four, you might be credible. I assume that you aren't.

                          I would also appreciate that you check your spelling by the computer. There is ABC-button below or use MS Word.

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                            Okay, we may open different windows for analysis and we may rest on different favorite premises about a game, although we try our best to see where other analysts are coming from.

                            Numerals or pairs of numerals become super active at various times for reasons that are unclear. Nevertheless  it is advantageous to make use of this phenomenon to make some money.

                            Basically, dr san is trying to create an optimally reduced playing field in order to win at the game. This is done by setting up dichotomous subsets from {0,1,2,...9}. Fundamentally, it is just a filter. Whether it improves the probability of winning or not, depends on how one splits the set {0,1,2,...,9} and on how the game is evolving at the prevailing moment.

                            A convenient strategy is to use the 'low-high' partition of {0,1,2,3,4} and {5,6,7,8,9}. But from an earlier post, it appears that you do not have a preference for this filtering tool. So be it; to each, his own.

                            You seem be a weak mathematician and not able to stick to simple English.

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                              Hello, sergem, sorry for the translation of google, google sometimes mixing words and senses, but because I see you got it all!, Everything will straighten sector or group and half to find the pair, the problem that program to see patterns in each vertical position does not,

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