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Pick 3 System - Jayemmar 2009

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Awesome system. For the sake of possible miscalculations, I wanted to point out that I discovered that the newly updated Florida files has the date June 22, 2013 Evening and Evening (combined) twice with two different winning numbers. The correct number should be 262.

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    winsum,

    Woulc you create files for the Ohio pick 3?

    Thanks for sharing,

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      winsum,

      Woulc you create files for the Ohio pick 3?

      Thanks for sharing,

      OT

      Here are the Ohio Excel files.

      1.  Create a new folder and name it whatever you like

      2.  Download the following 4 Excel files into the new folder created in step 1

      https://app.box.com/s/otgexxopiauqht60v340

      https://app.box.com/s/c2aainq20lnog0arpgtq

      https://app.box.com/s/w12rpw4bf31yf06bxgwl

      https://app.box.com/s/kimi50avl1dtc7altqkd

       

      I posted a video or 2 on how to use the Excel files.

      Let me know if you have any questions.

      The draws are updated through Sunday August 11, 2013 in all the Excel files.

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        Winsum,
             Any luck or suggestions on what I asked about?

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          Winsum, Awesome! Thanks for doing Ohio.

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            Hi Everyone:

             

            Winsum: Thanks for doing a great job in reviving my blog, especially creating the EXCEL programs . I'm very happy that you took the info in the blog  in hand and began working with it and sharing the ideas with others. I've been meaning to continue the blog, but I just haven't had the time.

            In a post soon to follow, I will provide the readers with a link to download two programs that will be very useful in performing the analysis this system requires.

             

            jayemmar

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              Winsum,
                   Any luck or suggestions on what I asked about?

              I converted the Pick 3 combos into the sets you requested.  This is for Florida Pick 3

              1.  Create a new folder and name it whatever you want.

              2.  Download the following 4 Excel files and place them into the new folder created above:

              https://app.box.com/s/qw7rkap3sabqll7x6he9

              https://app.box.com/s/93b9rq38fv1gcwkmd23a

              https://app.box.com/s/l9zgjugdee2l00g79790

              https://app.box.com/s/itnvq453sxszf80ahwax

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                Winsum,
                     Thank you very very much!!!

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                  Winsum,
                       Thank you very very much!!!

                  Let me know if this is what you wanted.

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                    Hi Everyone:

                     

                    Winsum: Thanks for doing a great job in reviving my blog, especially creating the EXCEL programs . I'm very happy that you took the info in the blog  in hand and began working with it and sharing the ideas with others. I've been meaning to continue the blog, but I just haven't had the time.

                    In a post soon to follow, I will provide the readers with a link to download two programs that will be very useful in performing the analysis this system requires.

                     

                    jayemmar

                    Joel,

                    Nice to see you back.  Looking forward to your porgrams.

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                      Hi Everyone:

                       

                      Here are the links to three files, which should be downloaded to a newly created working folder;

                      http://www31.zippyshare.com/v/4932286/file.html        - getFrequencyBinData.exe
                      http://www31.zippyshare.com/v/34082125/file.html      - createCacheAndSelections.exe
                      http://www57.zippyshare.com/v/34680749/file.html      - drawsP3.txt

                      The first two files take a draw file as input. It is an ASCII based text file listing the past draws from newest to oldest. The maximum size allowable is for 1000 past draws, but you'll never need that many for this system. The draw file should be named drawsP3.txt.

                      Getting Started

                      Click on the icon getBinFrequencyData.exe. You'll be told how deep the draw file is(365 draws), and you'll be asked how far down you want to go to extract  the bin data. Enter 365 and hit enter. You'll see a quick flash indicating that the program has finished executing. The output file is named frequencyBinData.txt. Open frequencyBinData.txt with notepad, or any other text editor. The first several lines look like:

                      draw 1    665    box# 000     contents 1000
                      draw 2    446    box# 000     contents 972
                      draw 3    869    box# 000     contents 944
                      draw 4    031    box# 000     contents 918
                      draw 5    798    box# 000     contents 890
                      draw 6    201    box# 000     contents 862
                      draw 7    702    box# 000     contents 836
                      draw 8    381    box# 000     contents 812
                      draw 9    924    box# 000     contents 788
                      draw 10    444    box# 100     contents 75
                      draw 11    237    box# 000     contents 744
                      draw 12    802    box# 001     contents 86
                      draw 13    401    box# 001     contents 77

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                      .

                      Note: Bin and box are used analogously.

                      On day one, 665 was drawn(the last entry in the draw file). The very first darw always comes from bin 000. Notice also that one day two, 446 also came from bin 000. Before 446 was drawn there were 972 numbers associated with bin 000. We should understand how this came to be. There are three pairs associated with 665: 66_, 6_5, and _65. This means the numbers 66x, with the exception of 665 will advance to bin 100, the numbers 6x5, withe the exception of 665, will advance to bin 010, and the numbers x65, with the exception of 665, will advance to frequency bin 001. This accounts for 27 numbers. The number 665 itself will advance to bin 111. So 28 numbers have moved from frequency bin 000 after the first draw. Notice on day 10, 444 was drawn. It came from bin 100, which contained 744 numbers. Because of draw two, 446, all numbers 44x, with the exception of 446, moved to bin 100. The point to be made here is that there is a constant movement of numbers from one frequency bin to another with each daily draw(in an upward direction, i.e. numbers from bin 200 can't obviously move back to bin 100).

                       

                      Making Selections and Strategy Determination

                      Let's say we'd like to investigate playing from day 80 to day 99(20 day cycle). The info in the  frequencyBinData.txt file for this interval looks like:

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                      draw 80    074    box# 000     contents 92
                      draw 81    941    box# 001     contents 79
                      draw 82    176    box# 100     contents 81
                      draw 83    840    box# 101     contents 69
                      draw 84    436    box# 222     contents 7
                      draw 85    880    box# 010     contents 69
                      draw 86    159    box# 001     contents 66
                      draw 87    399    box# 000     contents 72
                      draw 88    573    box# 100     contents 75
                      draw 89    176    box# 211     contents 26
                      draw 90    739    box# 121     contents 39
                      draw 91    613    box# 001     contents 62
                      draw 92    306    box# 010     contents 63
                      draw 93    545    box# 121     contents 40
                      draw 94    921    box# 311     contents 11
                      draw 95    927    box# 410     contents 3
                      draw 96    019    box# 131     contents 10
                      draw 97    158    box# 100     contents 61
                      draw 98    982    box# 001     contents 56
                      draw 99    786    box# 011     contents 45

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                      From this data we see specifically that entries from frequecy bins 001, 010, and 100 were drawn. Let's say we've established, by looking at several sets of past draws,  that these frequency bins often provide hits in this interval. So we are now holding on day 79(i.e. assume there are 79 draws in the past draw file), and we'd like to play the entries from bin 010 over the next 20 days.

                      Click on createCacheAnd Selections.exe.  You'll be asked how deep you want to go into the draw file. Enter 79 and hit enter. Note that by choosing 79, nothing beyond the 79 days worth of draws will enter into the analysis. Next you will be asked to provide a range of frequecy bins from which entries will be extracted(the actual selections). Since we want to play selections only from bin 010, you will enter 010 for each of the lower and higher range. The window displayed should now indicate that there were 68 selections, and you will find these selections listed in a file named allSelections.txt. Open the file allSelections.txt with a text editor. Notice from the frequecyBinData.txt file that on days 85 and 92 entries from frequency bin 010 were drawn. The entries were 880 and 306. Looking in the allSelections.txt file we notice that 306 appears, BUT 880 DOES NOT, AND WE MUST ASK OURSELVES WHY??? Remeber what was said about the movement of numbers in and out of frequecy bins? Let's look at the entries in frequecy bin 010 one day before 880 was drawn, day 84. Click on createCacheAndSelections.exe and enter 84 for the depth and 010 for both frequecy bin ranges. The window indicates that there were 69 selections. Open the allSelections.txt file and notice that 880 does in fact appear. What happened was that 880 became a "newcomer" to bin 010 during subsequent draws. Here's the point. You must update your selection file with each new daily drawing.

                      68 numbers are an awful lot of numbers to play over a 20 day period, but how could we use the above info to possibly make our play profitable? Suppose we took the entries calculated on the 79th day, and deleted them(when present) from each of the set of entries we calculated on subsequent days. That is we will only play newcomers to the entry list.  I'll leave it as an excercise to you to get the adjusted set of entries for each day, but lets calculate the adjusted set of entries on day 84, one day before the win.

                      Here are the 68 selections from day 79

                      026,027,076,090,097,104,112,122,123,132,133,134,151,152,153,191,193,194,248,260,261,262,263,280,283,290
                      291,293,306,347,356,366,397,425,522,526,527,597,634,638,674,676,722,725,726,750,751,752,756,760,761,762
                      766,775,776,780,934,938,947,948,958,974,979,984,987,994,997,999

                      Here are the 69 selections from day 84

                      026,027,090,094,097,104,106,112,122,123,126,132,133,134,151,152,153,156,191,193,194,248,260,261,262
                      263,280,283,290,291,293,306,347,356,366,397,425,522,526,527,597,634,638,722,725,726,750,751,752,756,
                      760,761,762,766,775,780,880,934,938,951,958,961,979,984,987,991,994,997,999

                      On the winning day you would have only played 4 numbers for a straight win!! On each day proir to the win you would have played lees than or equal to 4 numbers.

                       

                      Digest this strategy and back test it to the hilt. The scenario will not always present itself, but I believe it happens often enough to keep one in the black.

                      Comments always welcomed.

                      jayemmar

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                        Hi Everyone:

                         

                        Here are the links to three files, which should be downloaded to a newly created working folder;

                        http://www31.zippyshare.com/v/4932286/file.html        - getFrequencyBinData.exe
                        http://www31.zippyshare.com/v/34082125/file.html      - createCacheAndSelections.exe
                        http://www57.zippyshare.com/v/34680749/file.html      - drawsP3.txt

                        The first two files take a draw file as input. It is an ASCII based text file listing the past draws from newest to oldest. The maximum size allowable is for 1000 past draws, but you'll never need that many for this system. The draw file should be named drawsP3.txt.

                        Getting Started

                        Click on the icon getBinFrequencyData.exe. You'll be told how deep the draw file is(365 draws), and you'll be asked how far down you want to go to extract  the bin data. Enter 365 and hit enter. You'll see a quick flash indicating that the program has finished executing. The output file is named frequencyBinData.txt. Open frequencyBinData.txt with notepad, or any other text editor. The first several lines look like:

                        draw 1    665    box# 000     contents 1000
                        draw 2    446    box# 000     contents 972
                        draw 3    869    box# 000     contents 944
                        draw 4    031    box# 000     contents 918
                        draw 5    798    box# 000     contents 890
                        draw 6    201    box# 000     contents 862
                        draw 7    702    box# 000     contents 836
                        draw 8    381    box# 000     contents 812
                        draw 9    924    box# 000     contents 788
                        draw 10    444    box# 100     contents 75
                        draw 11    237    box# 000     contents 744
                        draw 12    802    box# 001     contents 86
                        draw 13    401    box# 001     contents 77

                        .

                        .

                        .

                        Note: Bin and box are used analogously.

                        On day one, 665 was drawn(the last entry in the draw file). The very first darw always comes from bin 000. Notice also that one day two, 446 also came from bin 000. Before 446 was drawn there were 972 numbers associated with bin 000. We should understand how this came to be. There are three pairs associated with 665: 66_, 6_5, and _65. This means the numbers 66x, with the exception of 665 will advance to bin 100, the numbers 6x5, withe the exception of 665, will advance to bin 010, and the numbers x65, with the exception of 665, will advance to frequency bin 001. This accounts for 27 numbers. The number 665 itself will advance to bin 111. So 28 numbers have moved from frequency bin 000 after the first draw. Notice on day 10, 444 was drawn. It came from bin 100, which contained 744 numbers. Because of draw two, 446, all numbers 44x, with the exception of 446, moved to bin 100. The point to be made here is that there is a constant movement of numbers from one frequency bin to another with each daily draw(in an upward direction, i.e. numbers from bin 200 can't obviously move back to bin 100).

                         

                        Making Selections and Strategy Determination

                        Let's say we'd like to investigate playing from day 80 to day 99(20 day cycle). The info in the  frequencyBinData.txt file for this interval looks like:

                        .

                        .

                        .

                        draw 80    074    box# 000     contents 92
                        draw 81    941    box# 001     contents 79
                        draw 82    176    box# 100     contents 81
                        draw 83    840    box# 101     contents 69
                        draw 84    436    box# 222     contents 7
                        draw 85    880    box# 010     contents 69
                        draw 86    159    box# 001     contents 66
                        draw 87    399    box# 000     contents 72
                        draw 88    573    box# 100     contents 75
                        draw 89    176    box# 211     contents 26
                        draw 90    739    box# 121     contents 39
                        draw 91    613    box# 001     contents 62
                        draw 92    306    box# 010     contents 63
                        draw 93    545    box# 121     contents 40
                        draw 94    921    box# 311     contents 11
                        draw 95    927    box# 410     contents 3
                        draw 96    019    box# 131     contents 10
                        draw 97    158    box# 100     contents 61
                        draw 98    982    box# 001     contents 56
                        draw 99    786    box# 011     contents 45

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                        .

                        .

                        From this data we see specifically that entries from frequecy bins 001, 010, and 100 were drawn. Let's say we've established, by looking at several sets of past draws,  that these frequency bins often provide hits in this interval. So we are now holding on day 79(i.e. assume there are 79 draws in the past draw file), and we'd like to play the entries from bin 010 over the next 20 days.

                        Click on createCacheAnd Selections.exe.  You'll be asked how deep you want to go into the draw file. Enter 79 and hit enter. Note that by choosing 79, nothing beyond the 79 days worth of draws will enter into the analysis. Next you will be asked to provide a range of frequecy bins from which entries will be extracted(the actual selections). Since we want to play selections only from bin 010, you will enter 010 for each of the lower and higher range. The window displayed should now indicate that there were 68 selections, and you will find these selections listed in a file named allSelections.txt. Open the file allSelections.txt with a text editor. Notice from the frequecyBinData.txt file that on days 85 and 92 entries from frequency bin 010 were drawn. The entries were 880 and 306. Looking in the allSelections.txt file we notice that 306 appears, BUT 880 DOES NOT, AND WE MUST ASK OURSELVES WHY??? Remeber what was said about the movement of numbers in and out of frequecy bins? Let's look at the entries in frequecy bin 010 one day before 880 was drawn, day 84. Click on createCacheAndSelections.exe and enter 84 for the depth and 010 for both frequecy bin ranges. The window indicates that there were 69 selections. Open the allSelections.txt file and notice that 880 does in fact appear. What happened was that 880 became a "newcomer" to bin 010 during subsequent draws. Here's the point. You must update your selection file with each new daily drawing.

                        68 numbers are an awful lot of numbers to play over a 20 day period, but how could we use the above info to possibly make our play profitable? Suppose we took the entries calculated on the 79th day, and deleted them(when present) from each of the set of entries we calculated on subsequent days. That is we will only play newcomers to the entry list.  I'll leave it as an excercise to you to get the adjusted set of entries for each day, but lets calculate the adjusted set of entries on day 84, one day before the win.

                        Here are the 68 selections from day 79

                        026,027,076,090,097,104,112,122,123,132,133,134,151,152,153,191,193,194,248,260,261,262,263,280,283,290
                        291,293,306,347,356,366,397,425,522,526,527,597,634,638,674,676,722,725,726,750,751,752,756,760,761,762
                        766,775,776,780,934,938,947,948,958,974,979,984,987,994,997,999

                        Here are the 69 selections from day 84

                        026,027,090,094,097,104,106,112,122,123,126,132,133,134,151,152,153,156,191,193,194,248,260,261,262
                        263,280,283,290,291,293,306,347,356,366,397,425,522,526,527,597,634,638,722,725,726,750,751,752,756,
                        760,761,762,766,775,780,880,934,938,951,958,961,979,984,987,991,994,997,999

                        On the winning day you would have only played 4 numbers for a straight win!! On each day proir to the win you would have played lees than or equal to 4 numbers.

                         

                        Digest this strategy and back test it to the hilt. The scenario will not always present itself, but I believe it happens often enough to keep one in the black.

                        Comments always welcomed.

                        jayemmar

                        Dumb question ...is this for a particular state?
                        Can Fla data be entered?
                        Thanx.
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                          I'm not sure which state I've used, but this file was included so that everyone could follow the same example. You can replace the entries with entries from your own state and take it from there, as long as you keep the same format in the draw file.

                           

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                            Hi everyone:

                             

                            Please note that the createCacheAndSelections.exe program creates a file called cache.txt. The file provides the amount of entries in every bin at a given draw depth.

                             

                            jayemmar

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                              jayemmar, Thank you for sharing and all your hard work. I've read your blog & look forward to testing the strategy.

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