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One more Trap for a P-3 number// Consec pairs

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Posted: July 1, 2013, 1:25 pm - IP Logged

                                                            Here is a another great way to trap a Pick 3 number! Consecutive Pairs

  Pairs...... Pairs that are consecutive ......or not. 

 

   It's not exact ok.... but it is close enough to pay a lot of attention when it happens. 

   A consecutive pair happens every couple of days. Sometimes the number has 2 consecutive pairs in it but thats different...we will talk on those later.  We are just looking at a number with ONE consecutive pair ok ? 

 

Smash Note:  Today ....on the Ga midday it had been ....14 draws  since we had ONE consecutive pair hit...not the normal 2+- draws since midday had one. 

 

                                                            0............"67"  One consecutive pair.   

 

                                            067  552  063  055  313  867  138  824  614  007  297  592  922  778  300  589 

                    867 was a 2 consecutive pairs number.....not just one pair so it does not count.  It's the ONE pair numbers that repeat every 2 or so draws.

 

 

The only real failure .....is the failure to try.                               

                              Luck is a very rare thing....... Odds not so much. 

                              Odds never change .....but probability does. 

                                                                                       Win d    

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    Posted: July 1, 2013, 1:37 pm - IP Logged

                                                                Here is a another great way to trap a Pick 3 number! Consecutive Pairs

      Pairs...... Pairs that are consecutive ......or not. 

     

       It's not exact ok.... but it is close enough to pay a lot of attention when it happens. 

       A consecutive pair happens every couple of days. Sometimes the number has 2 consecutive pairs in it but thats different...we will talk on those later.  We are just looking at a number with ONE consecutive pair ok ? 

     

    Smash Note:  Today ....on the Ga midday it had been ....14 draws  since we had ONE consecutive pair hit...not the normal 2+- draws since midday had one. 

     

                                                                0............"67"  One consecutive pair.   

     

                                                067  552  063  055  313  867  138  824  614  007  297  592  922  778  300  589 

                        867 was a 2 consecutive pairs number.....not just one pair so it does not count.  It's the ONE pair numbers that repeat every 2 or so draws.

     Here is the break down for numbers that DO have a consecutive pair ......and those that do not. It's not a 50/50 filter as you can see.

     It is however a 520 do not //420 filter do

                               Remember to focus only on Single numbers not doubles. Singles are more balanced. 

     

     Numbers that DO have a consecutive pair :

      127, 145, 235, 389, 569, 578, 029, 056, 128, 236, 245, 489, 039, 129, 156, 237, 589, 679, 049, 067,

    238, 256, 346, 689, 013, 059, 167, 239, 347, 356, 014, 023, 069, 078, 267, 348, 015, 079, 178, 349,

    367, 457, 016, 034, 124, 278, 458, 467, 017, 125, 134, 189, 378, 459, 018, 045, 126, 289, 478, 568

    334, 677, 001, 344, 011, 778, 445, 788, 112, 455, 122, 889, 556, 899, 223, 566, 099, 233, 009, 667

     

    Numbers that DO NOT have a consecutive Pair:

     028, 037, 046, 136, 479, 038, 047, 137, 146, 579, 048, 057, 138, 147, 246, 058, 139, 148, 157, 247,

    068, 149, 158, 248, 257, 159, 168, 249, 258, 357, 024, 169, 259, 268, 358, 025, 179, 269, 359, 368,

    026, 035, 279, 369, 468, 027, 036, 135, 379, 469

    000, 055, 118, 226, 244, 299, 488, 668, 119, 155, 227, 335, 399, 588, 669, 777, 002, 066, 228, 255, 336, 444, 499, 688, 003, 111, 166, 229, 337, 355, 599, 779, 004, 022, 077, 266, 338, 446, 699, 888, 005, 113, 177, 339, 366, 447, 555, 799, 006, 033, 088, 114, 222, 277, 448, 466, 007, 115, 133, 188, 377, 449, 557, 999, 008, 044, 116, 224, 288, 477, 558, 666, 117, 144, 199, 225, 333, 388, 559, 577

                                        **  A single no match number will average hitting with one "consecutive Pair" around every 2.77 draws. 

     

     

    The only real failure .....is the failure to try.                               

                                  Luck is a very rare thing....... Odds not so much. 

                                  Odds never change .....but probability does. 

                                                                                           Win d    

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      Posted: July 1, 2013, 1:47 pm - IP Logged

      why you wanna leave doubles out

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        Posted: July 1, 2013, 1:55 pm - IP Logged

        why you wanna leave doubles out

        Well...... just usingSingle no match numbers the balance of numbers is closer.  It's 60//50 Boxes

         That's 360//300 straight wise.  Close enough for random (gov work).  LOL 

         

                                               Now you do count doubles in there when your counting skips between Consecutive pair number hits however.   

         

         

        The only real failure .....is the failure to try.                               

                                      Luck is a very rare thing....... Odds not so much. 

                                      Odds never change .....but probability does. 

                                                                                               Win d    


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           Here is the break down for numbers that DO have a consecutive pair ......and those that do not. It's not a 50/50 filter as you can see.

           It is however a 520 do not //420 filter do

                                     Remember to focus only on Single numbers not doubles. Singles are more balanced. 

           

           Numbers that DO have a consecutive pair :

            127, 145, 235, 389, 569, 578, 029, 056, 128, 236, 245, 489, 039, 129, 156, 237, 589, 679, 049, 067,

          238, 256, 346, 689, 013, 059, 167, 239, 347, 356, 014, 023, 069, 078, 267, 348, 015, 079, 178, 349,

          367, 457, 016, 034, 124, 278, 458, 467, 017, 125, 134, 189, 378, 459, 018, 045, 126, 289, 478, 568

          334, 677, 001, 344, 011, 778, 445, 788, 112, 455, 122, 889, 556, 899, 223, 566, 099, 233, 009, 667

           

          Numbers that DO NOT have a consecutive Pair:

           028, 037, 046, 136, 479, 038, 047, 137, 146, 579, 048, 057, 138, 147, 246, 058, 139, 148, 157, 247,

          068, 149, 158, 248, 257, 159, 168, 249, 258, 357, 024, 169, 259, 268, 358, 025, 179, 269, 359, 368,

          026, 035, 279, 369, 468, 027, 036, 135, 379, 469

          000, 055, 118, 226, 244, 299, 488, 668, 119, 155, 227, 335, 399, 588, 669, 777, 002, 066, 228, 255, 336, 444, 499, 688, 003, 111, 166, 229, 337, 355, 599, 779, 004, 022, 077, 266, 338, 446, 699, 888, 005, 113, 177, 339, 366, 447, 555, 799, 006, 033, 088, 114, 222, 277, 448, 466, 007, 115, 133, 188, 377, 449, 557, 999, 008, 044, 116, 224, 288, 477, 558, 666, 117, 144, 199, 225, 333, 388, 559, 577

                                              **  A single no match number will average hitting with one "consecutive Pair" around every 2.77 draws. 

          Nice breakdown. Also, another good filter for me at least is after picking whatever combos to play, only play combos that have a sum between 11-19 since most winners fall within that range. But that's just my way of cutting costs. I may miss a hit here and there, but in the long run I believe I'd save more money.

          Out of the 60 draws in June, Florida, 43 of them were between the sums of 11-19.

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            Nice breakdown. Also, another good filter for me at least is after picking whatever combos to play, only play combos that have a sum between 11-19 since most winners fall within that range. But that's just my way of cutting costs. I may miss a hit here and there, but in the long run I believe I'd save more money.

            Out of the 60 draws in June, Florida, 43 of them were between the sums of 11-19.

            Thanks onlymoney. 

             Sure, I see a lot of folks using that filter...... 11-19 Long sums.

             They are playing in between ...or at 597 straight numbers only..or 123 of the 220 boxes only.  Another way to focus and be consistent. 

             Of the 262 singles andapprox 99 doubles that hit each year...... they have a shot of 59.7 % at a hit if they only play at those 11-19 long sums if they played all of them every day.

             

                 Oh... and of those 60 Fla draws ....of which 43 were 11-19 sum hits.

             That is above average.  The normal expected rate should be around 36 hits during that time. Everyone's game will average about 36 possible hits using just sums 11-19 only per month. Of course thats because they have almost 10% more choices to play using those sums ......because they actually have more numbers in them right? More numbers ...more chance of a hit in those sums.

             

             

            The only real failure .....is the failure to try.                               

                                          Luck is a very rare thing....... Odds not so much. 

                                          Odds never change .....but probability does. 

                                                                                                   Win d    

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              Very nice. Efficient. 

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                Posted: July 1, 2013, 6:29 pm - IP Logged

                Nice breakdown. Also, another good filter for me at least is after picking whatever combos to play, only play combos that have a sum between 11-19 since most winners fall within that range. But that's just my way of cutting costs. I may miss a hit here and there, but in the long run I believe I'd save more money.

                Out of the 60 draws in June, Florida, 43 of them were between the sums of 11-19.

                Never thought about the 11-19 sums part, thanks. I just need to find a better way of filtering my combos to save cash. Plus I've been keeping track of everything on paper, much harder.

                Pressure either busts pipes, or it makes diamonds. No matter how high up the mountain, I stay climbin'.

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                  Georgia Pick3 Midday has had some interesting runs, starting on 5/18/2013 it had 6 Doubles in a row followed by 4 singles with a consecutive pair.

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                    Georgia Pick3 Midday has had some interesting runs, starting on 5/18/2013 it had 6 Doubles in a row followed by 4 singles with a consecutive pair.

                    Jimmy

                    Thanks Jim.....

                      yeah that was such a mean time for us. We were in lottery hell.  LOL

                     I think only one other time in Ga history did we get that many doubles in a row.

                    Notice the doubles that hit just before those too. We actually had 9 doubles in 10 draws!  Oh, brother that will sure clear your sinuses for ya.  LOL 

                     Then we had 8 more consecutive numbers ....one of which was a another double.  That's when I think my dizzy spells started ....and  I went on vacation. LOL

                     I guess I should go on the Math Forum ...and enter that into the World Record Outliers section. The odds of getting 4 doubles in a row is almost twice that of getting a trip..... hurts my head to figure what it is for 6 doubles in a row. If I remember right .....its like half a per cent just for 4 doubles in a row. 

                     

                     

                    The only real failure .....is the failure to try.                               

                                                  Luck is a very rare thing....... Odds not so much. 

                                                  Odds never change .....but probability does. 

                                                                                                           Win d    

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                      Posted: July 10, 2013, 12:27 am - IP Logged

                      Consecutive pairs on the Pick4 game seems even more interesting as an initial filter for that game.

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                        Hello, logically in pick4 a couple in a row, has a digit pair and one odd
                          The two digits that may be missing and par = par = 42, 17 = odd odd and even and odd = 45
                        Odd and Even = 76 .. consecutive pairs may give clues to missing couple's example
                          Choose the pair 45, I see no consecutive pairs that have not come out with the pair 45
                        Ie non-consecutive deltas. consecutive pairs have put in positions
                        45xx xx45 x45x

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                           Here is the break down for numbers that DO have a consecutive pair ......and those that do not. It's not a 50/50 filter as you can see.

                           It is however a 520 do not //420 filter do

                                                     Remember to focus only on Single numbers not doubles. Singles are more balanced. 

                           

                           Numbers that DO have a consecutive pair :

                            127, 145, 235, 389, 569, 578, 029, 056, 128, 236, 245, 489, 039, 129, 156, 237, 589, 679, 049, 067,

                          238, 256, 346, 689, 013, 059, 167, 239, 347, 356, 014, 023, 069, 078, 267, 348, 015, 079, 178, 349,

                          367, 457, 016, 034, 124, 278, 458, 467, 017, 125, 134, 189, 378, 459, 018, 045, 126, 289, 478, 568

                          334, 677, 001, 344, 011, 778, 445, 788, 112, 455, 122, 889, 556, 899, 223, 566, 099, 233, 009, 667

                           

                          Numbers that DO NOT have a consecutive Pair:

                           028, 037, 046, 136, 479, 038, 047, 137, 146, 579, 048, 057, 138, 147, 246, 058, 139, 148, 157, 247,

                          068, 149, 158, 248, 257, 159, 168, 249, 258, 357, 024, 169, 259, 268, 358, 025, 179, 269, 359, 368,

                          026, 035, 279, 369, 468, 027, 036, 135, 379, 469

                          000, 055, 118, 226, 244, 299, 488, 668, 119, 155, 227, 335, 399, 588, 669, 777, 002, 066, 228, 255, 336, 444, 499, 688, 003, 111, 166, 229, 337, 355, 599, 779, 004, 022, 077, 266, 338, 446, 699, 888, 005, 113, 177, 339, 366, 447, 555, 799, 006, 033, 088, 114, 222, 277, 448, 466, 007, 115, 133, 188, 377, 449, 557, 999, 008, 044, 116, 224, 288, 477, 558, 666, 117, 144, 199, 225, 333, 388, 559, 577

                                                              **  A single no match number will average hitting with one "consecutive Pair" around every 2.77 draws. 

                          Thanks for posting this, very good info!

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