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Posted: February 24, 2013, 1:56 pm - IP Logged

I sure thought it would go PURE tonight but at least it did the other choice I had which was a Pattern #3 Alpha....EOE.

There are 8 different Alpha Patterns for the 1000 EXACTS.  I number them 1-2-3 and 4 though.

#1 is for EEE and OOO

#2 is for EEO and OOE

#3  is for EOE and OEO

#4 is for EOO and OEE

My charts were showing and Odd #'d Alpha would appear.  I went with #1 and it played #3.  I had 840 and it played 810.  I did have the 1 but I had it with the 9 and 3.

This is "par" for me as I seem to get two numbers every time I play.

I have some personal lottery software created for a tracking system I have worked on for 20 years.  If I could ever figure out the final step, I could produce the EXACT combination 99.9% of the time.  If I could have just gotten the right "code" tonight I could have reduced the digits to play down to 7 sets pf numbers.  Only 1 of the was a 3 different digit combinations.  The rest were Doubles and with Doubles eliminated I would have had the 3 digits to use.

Thank you for sharing all this crucial pick 3 information!

When you are picking your straight numbers do you incorporate positional wheel tracking along with your Alpha pattern?

For example, 8 hasn't hit the second position in 34 draws. So playing an alpha like O-8-O E-8-O O-8-E 

Thanks, Taylor

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    MIDDAY

    597, 495, 965, 985, 592, 497, 967, 978, 972, 498, 492, 968, 962, 982, 475, 567, 587, 572, 465, 485, 568, 562, 582, 467, 487, 472, 768, 762, 782, 468, 462, 482, 565, 595, 585, 575,

    992, 998, 997, 977, 577, 477, 772, 778, 988, 588, 788, 488

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      Posted: February 24, 2013, 2:28 pm - IP Logged

      Thank you for sharing all this crucial pick 3 information!

      When you are picking your straight numbers do you incorporate positional wheel tracking along with your Alpha pattern?

      For example, 8 hasn't hit the second position in 34 draws. So playing an alpha like O-8-O E-8-O O-8-E 

      Thanks, Taylor

      Actually I don't even consider how long it's been since a specific number has shown up in "a" position.  I am more interested in getting the digits that will be used and then deciding at that point what the EXACT will be.  If you get the 3 digits, you have a  1 in 6 chance of getting the EXACT.  If it is doubles, you have a 1 in 3 chance of gettng the double.

      Before I play a 50 cent EXACT/Any Order on a double, I will spend 50 cents more and cover all 3 EXACTS

      Say you think the 8 is going draw AND will show up in the 2nd position.  You have 100 EXACT combinations with the 8 in the 2nd position.  Just like there are 100 with it in the 1st and 100 in the 3rd.  Same goes for any other of the 10 digits. 

      I don't mess with the EXACT until I have determined the digits that are going to play according how they rank on the basis of how long its been since they appeared....period. This is watching the "levels".  I don't take a specific digit and try to make it "fit" at some point.  Im not concerned with how long it's been since a digit appeared in a specific position.

      I am also more concerned with dealing with the actual spread of the digits after each draw and deciding what those digits are about to do.  If you can get  1 digit and figure out which position it will be in you hve a 1:100 odds.  Best way to get that 1 digit is to catch a Repeat digit from the last draw.  Then decide what position it will be in and go from there.

      It also helps to know that a digit will replay most of the time before it gets 5+ draws out.  I think people spend too much time focused on how long it's been since something showed up in a specific position or even tracking pairs then just looking at the numbers and  how long it's been since they played (period) and then figure out the position.

      Trying to take 10 digits and focusing on "what" plays in "what" position is too time consuming.  I would rather focuse on getting the numbers and "then" figuring out what position they will be in.

      Something else to consider is the Sum Totals of the 3 digits.  Most people don't realize that 2 Odd/1 Even digit will ALWAYS Sum Total EVEN.   Two Even/1 Odd digit will ALWAYS Sum Total Odd.   All Even digits will Sum Total Even and All Odd digits will Sum Total Odd.  You can cut 500 EXACTS out just knowing which way the 3 digits are going to Sum Total.

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        I am as concerned with what ISN"T going to be used as what IS going to be used.  The more digits I can eliminate from consideration the fewer combinations I have to consider.

        Each draw you start out with 220 sets of numbers.  Eliminate 1 digit and you eliminate 55 sets.  Eliminate 2 digits and you eliminate 100 sets.  Eliminate a 3rd digit.....I think  you get the idea.

        Once I have some digits eliminated, THEN I consider what is going to appear where.  How do you "eliminate".  Once again.......watching what has appeared and how long it's been and what usually happens (i.e. most digits appear before they get 5+ out and since that is not constant you have to make allowance for when they do).

        It's all a part of becoming familiar with the numbers, how many combinations there are, patterns, Sum Totals, etc.   Most combinations that play will Sum Total 11 through 19.

        There are 14 combinations that Sum Total 11

        There are 15 combinations that Sum Total: 12-13-14-15

        There are 14 combinations that Sum Total 16

        There are 13 combinations that Sum Total 17

        There are 12 combinations that Sum Total 18

        There are 11 combinations that Sum Total 19

        If you don't take the time to become informed as to what these are and use this information you will never know what the numbers are really about.

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          Here is how I work the numbers.  Yes, it does involve with things going a certain way but am guided by that according to the information my charts provide.

          Been looking at the Daily tomorrow.  Right now is appears that a number 5+ out will be used and there is only 1 digit out there and that is the 4.

          Setting filters to generate combinations( and no other filters enabled)  using the 4 produces 45 combinations. 

          Remove all the PURES and it reduces to 35

          Removed Sums 1-10 and 20-27 it reduces to 30

          This 30 includes all combinations whether they favor Odd digits or Even digits

          The 8 does not look like it will repeat so remove the 8 and it reduces to 22

          I think it will involve 2 (or more)  digits from 0-1-4-5-8-9 but with the 8 out that leaves 0-1-4-5-9 andwith  the 4 in then 0-1-5 or 9 would be used.  If one of those doubles it would be the 5.

          The 3rd digit would come from 2-3-6-or 7 unless all 3 digits come from the above group.

          These are the combinations it leaves before applying the last bit of information.

          164 264 274 914 924 664 674 774 964 974
          524 174 364 554 564 574     594       
          074 354 094 374     394     

          Eliminate the combinations that don't fit the above criteria and you reduce the 22 to 15. 

          As you can see there are only THREE Doubles in there and with the 664 & 774 eliminated it leaves only the 554.

          What is left is 7 Even combinations and 8 Odd combinations

          If the numbers switched back to Odd tomorrow Day then you have 8 possible combinations of which 1 is a double.

          Eliminate the 1 Odd PURE and you have  reduced to 14 Total of which 7 are Odd and 7 are Even.

          174 914 574 974
          354 554 394 594  (Personally I think it is going to go ODD)

          If it goes Even you have these  possible combinations with 0 doubles.

          164 924  964
          524 564       
          074 094

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            I have another chart that says the 7-1 or 5 will be a 2nd digit.

            174 574 974 
            554 594 

            164 
            524 564       
            074

            This would reduce both Even and Odd down to 9 possible combinations.

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              Thanks for providing us with all this information Clipper. I follow a similar approach when picking my numbers. I'll determine if I want to play an odd or even number sum and then I usually stick with 2 Odd-1 Even or 2 Even-1 Odd numbers. But my picks tend to hit a few days after I make the prediction. So I need to refine my method.

              Or stick with the same numbers for the week Bang Head

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                Current hot key conditions 0,4,8,5


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                  Posted: February 24, 2013, 6:11 pm - IP Logged

                  810 mixed picks

                  811 812 813 814 815 816 817 818 819 810
                  801 802 803 804 805 806 807 808 809 800
                  101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 100
                  A two digit return is likely in the next two draws


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                    Thanks for providing us with all this information Clipper. I follow a similar approach when picking my numbers. I'll determine if I want to play an odd or even number sum and then I usually stick with 2 Odd-1 Even or 2 Even-1 Odd numbers. But my picks tend to hit a few days after I make the prediction. So I need to refine my method.

                    Or stick with the same numbers for the week Bang Head

                    What clipper said is EXACTLY why I focus only on hot digits. Never concern yourself with why a digit is missing. It's a waste of time. Focus on what will appear in the next draw and that's almost always the top 4 hottest digits. I proved that last night with selecting 0,8,1,4 as keys. the number was 810. 3 of my picks came.


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                      Thanks for providing us with all this information Clipper. I follow a similar approach when picking my numbers. I'll determine if I want to play an odd or even number sum and then I usually stick with 2 Odd-1 Even or 2 Even-1 Odd numbers. But my picks tend to hit a few days after I make the prediction. So I need to refine my method.

                      Or stick with the same numbers for the week Bang Head

                      Sounds like you are on the right track Taylor.  Good luck.  Hope you find a way to refine your method.  Just add something to that by watching how long numbers go before the redraw.  What the Level spllit so you can eliminate digits 5+ out.

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                        810 mixed picks

                        811 812 813 814 815 816 817 818 819 810
                        801 802 803 804 805 806 807 808 809 800
                        101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 100
                        A two digit return is likely in the next two draws

                        If a two digit repeat comes out of the 810 then I think it would be the 1 and 0 because charts indicate the 8 isnt going to repeat.  Charts indicate something smaller then 8 will be the first digit.

                        If that should happen with 0 and 1 repeating then the Sum Total would stay small between 1 and 10.

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                          Thanks Technics for posting...You do an awesome job...Some may not pay attention to what you post but I do...

                          Thanks, I'm not speaking about anyone in here, but there have been tons of cases where i have posted winners daily and people hit me in private like i never posted what was coming. I just didnt understand how they could ask me for help when i have put it all out there in plain sight. Asking me something in private is really an insult to me. it makes me feel like people think i am holding back or withholding information. I could hog a thread with what i know. there is a time and place for that though.


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                            There is another scenario that could happen.  This all involved the Levels.  Right now the 10 digits are sitting on 5 different Levels.   Most of the time they are on 6 Levels.  This is the average.  The fluctuate between 5-6 and 7.  The occasionally go to 8 but seldom drop to 4.

                            Should this happen tomorrow Day then not only would the 8 be eliminated, so would the 4.  With no PURES the combinations would be 97.  Take out the PURES and it drops to 56.

                            If the next double will involved the 4-5 (according to that databse) the eliminate all Doubles.  You then have  30 combinations.

                            13 of the combinations have a Sum Total 1-10

                            17 pf tje cp,bomatopms jave a Sum Total 11-19

                            Since a Frequency Chart indicates that 1 of the digits will be either 1-5 or 7, if you eliminate all combinations out of the 30 that doesnt have atleast ONE of those numbers it reduces the 30 down to 21.

                            This takes the 1-10 Sum Totals down to 8 and the 11-10 down to 13.

                            031 051 016 017 027 316    516 526 527 916  927 
                            052 035                             352 327  097 091 057 356 037  
                             
                            Using the criteria that more digits will come from the 0-1-4-5-8-9 then the 2-3-6-7 would further reduce the combinations to 13.  Either way the combinations can be cut down to a very small number from draw to draw.                           
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                              Thanks, I'm not speaking about anyone in here, but there have been tons of cases where i have posted winners daily and people hit me in private like i never posted what was coming. I just didnt understand how they could ask me for help when i have put it all out there in plain sight. Asking me something in private is really an insult to me. it makes me feel like people think i am holding back or withholding information. I could hog a thread with what i know. there is a time and place for that though.

                              Techie, there is sufficient information out there that people should be able to decide on what to play. 

                              If they can't see it then they need to look a little harder/longer at the information available.  The old saying goes...You can take a horse to water but you can't make them drink.

                                 
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