|Posted: February 22, 2013, 3:49 pm - IP Logged|
well now you tell me to drop the 0. I would have gone with 557
or something since 9 had shown up 3 times in the last 10 draws.
I wish i could dream the numbers like some of these people say they do.
Sorry it was confusing. In one of my postings I said the doubles would be 1 digit of 9-3 or 8 and the other digit would be 1-2-5-6 or 7. Since I was posting regards doubles I didn't figure it would be necessary to remove the constant "0".
When I posted combinations I just cut the combinations out of my Pick 3 software and pasted them here without removing the constant "0" from each of the 15 possible sets of numbers for doubles.
I cant make a 2 digit entry in my software so have to have 3 digits. This is why there will always be a constant "0" as it is there to take up space in my database.
Looks like either the 5 or the 9 is going to repeat in the next Double too and both numbers used to come from within the last 4 draws. If neither the 9 or the 5 repeat then the "0" is going to be one of the digits in the next Double and would pair with either the 4 or the 3.
If the 0 isn't one of the digits in the next double, then either the 9 or the 5 will repeat and pair with either the 4 or the 3.
The Level Charts in my software seem to indicate that nothing 5+ out is going to be used and that would eliminate the 1-2-6-7 and 8. Even if something is used 5+ out it indicates that it would be within the last 10 draws so that would eliminate the 1 and the 6 regardless of how it goes. The 6 hasn't been drawn in 12 games and the 1 in 14 games.
If something does draw 5+ out it will probably be the 8 or the 2 so that 255 you have been interested it could be a possibility.
If my codes are right and allowing all possibles it says the next doubles will involved with the 4-5 or the 9-8. If the 9-8 appeared I would double the 8 since the 9 just doubled.
I have some other methods I use in tracking numbers and that is dividing the 10 digits up into pairs and numbering those "pairs". Pair 1 is the 0 and 1; Pair 2 is the 2 and 3; Pair 3 is the 4 and 5; Pair 4 is the 6 and 7; and Pair 5 is the 8 and 9.
The Doubles software indicates that only 2 "pairs" will be used. Since the constant "0" is already part of one of the pairs, then the 0 could double with either the 2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9. This is unless we were not able to eliminate any of the digits. This not implying that it will but just saying since the software says 2 "pair" will be involved and with the constant "0" already used it would be one of the 2 pair involved.
If the "0" isn't one of the doubles (but still 1 of the pairs for the software generation) then the other two digits that would be the ones in the doubles combination would be either 2-3, 4-5, 6-7 or 8-9. Once again that is if 2 "pair" were used.
Right now with the projection of 2 "pair" being used it indicates the next possible doubles would be the 4-5 or the 9-8.
If 3 "pair" was indicated and with 1 of the 3 already being the 0 from the 0-1 pair, then the other two digits would come from 2 different pairs. i.e....2-4, 2-5, 2-6, 2-7, 2-8, 2-9, 3-4, 3-5, 3-6, 3-7, 3-8, 3-9, 4-6. 4-7, 4-8, 4-9 and so on. This is why you saw a 3 different digit combination in the 095. The "0" was constant and it produced digits from two different "Pairs". The 5 out of the 4-5 and the 9 out of the 8-9.
I do not see 3 "pair" being involved for the next double so that eliminates a lot of possibilities and brings us right back to the 4-5 and 8-9.
Now to just figure out when the next Double is going to appear.