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# Non-Complex P-3 Strategy

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This is something to just try it may work for you it may not so I'm throwing sumthing out there. So here goes nothing take your last two drawings and do this.

Ex-Wisconsin

8/26-571
8/27-401

Put all nine digits in order like so 0-1-2-3-5-6-7-8-9 and then basically just cross out the digits that came in those last two draws in this example I would remove digits 5-7-1 and 4-0-1 so it leaves the digits 2-3-6-8-9 and last night's P-3 Wisconsin was 386. So not to much like tha other wonderful systems on here but its maybe worth looking at. The only potential killers of this elementary system are following factors

1. You get a 1 or 2 digit return from the last nights draw.

2. A double falls.

3. If they shut down your states lottery-just joking on this one he he.

All comments and suggestion are welcome.

Good Luck!

Peace Fashohits

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Every system works here and there. Get \$\$

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This is something to just try it may work for you it may not so I'm throwing sumthing out there. So here goes nothing take your last two drawings and do this.

Ex-Wisconsin

8/26-571
8/27-401

Put all nine digits in order like so 0-1-2-3-5-6-7-8-9 and then basically just cross out the digits that came in those last two draws in this example I would remove digits 5-7-1 and 4-0-1 so it leaves the digits 2-3-6-8-9 and last night's P-3 Wisconsin was 386. So not to much like tha other wonderful systems on here but its maybe worth looking at. The only potential killers of this elementary system are following factors

1. You get a 1 or 2 digit return from the last nights draw.

2. A double falls.

3. If they shut down your states lottery-just joking on this one he he.

All comments and suggestion are welcome.

Good Luck!

Peace Fashohits

Wow, that really is non-complex lol

Have you won anything playing this way?

...the secret to Luck is never to trust it...

2012 wins:\$20 loss:\$200  2013 wins:\$100 loss:\$270  2014 wins:\$360 loss:\$273

2015 wins:\$0 loss:\$53  2016 Jan \$0/\$15.00 Feb \$0/\$2.50 Mar \$0/\$4.00 April \$0/\$0 May \$0/\$0

June \$0/\$0 July \$0/\$0 Aug \$0/\$0 Sep \$0/\$0 Oct \$0/\$0

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Wow, that really is non-complex lol

Have you won anything playing this way?

Thanks for taking a look and no I could have won using the example I showed I played 683 Straight that night and it was 386. I was pretty mad but that's usually how it goes if i' m not one number off I usually have the number but I play it wrong. Have you tried it yet I actually made a typo when I showed the workout I left out the 4 it was supposed to be 0-1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9

8/26-571
8/27-401 eliminate those digits and you have digits 2-3-6-8-9 like I said O played 683 and it was 386.

So test it out and if you have any success let me know.

Good luck

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Numbers were  571 and 401 . The numbers that wasm\n't played was  2-3-6-8-9 . Number called 386 . They have been so crazy with the numbers in Aug. looks like it only worked that time and for the 10th when the 472 was played. will backtest it some more. Interesting thou. Thanks

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Yeah they have hope we have more luck this month if I see anything I will let you know
what games interest you. I track p-3 and supercash mainly sometimes p-4 to many doubles for me.

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This is something to just try it may work for you it may not so I'm throwing sumthing out there. So here goes nothing take your last two drawings and do this.

Ex-Wisconsin

8/26-571
8/27-401

Put all nine digits in order like so 0-1-2-3-5-6-7-8-9 and then basically just cross out the digits that came in those last two draws in this example I would remove digits 5-7-1 and 4-0-1 so it leaves the digits 2-3-6-8-9 and last night's P-3 Wisconsin was 386. So not to much like tha other wonderful systems on here but its maybe worth looking at. The only potential killers of this elementary system are following factors

1. You get a 1 or 2 digit return from the last nights draw.

2. A double falls.

3. If they shut down your states lottery-just joking on this one he he.

All comments and suggestion are welcome.

Good Luck!

Peace Fashohits

Maybe you might randomize 0-9 before  removing the 2 draws. Use this random chart,maybe, just maybe:

 R random sequence 1 8-3-9-6-4-7-0-2-5-1 2 0-3-6-2-5-7-9-1-4-8 3 3-4-1-0-9-2-5-8-6-7 4 9-5-0-3-6-8-2-1-4-7 5 7-5-2-8-9-1-6-0-4-3 6 0-8-3-6-1-5-4-9-2-7 7 6-8-5-2-3-4-1-9-0-7 8 5-7-1-3-6-4-2-0-9-8 9 7-2-6-9-8-1-3-4-5-0 10 2-1-3-6-7-9-8-5-0-4

Lets remove 2 draws 57140  from  Randoms(R) 1, 2, 3 ......

From R1>83962>  839-836-832-396-392-962

R2>36298> 362-369-368-628-629-298

R3>39286>392-398-396-928-926-286

NB: You do not have to use all R1 to R2, two r is will suffice.See how the pattern plays, I will out first digits of reduced R as key for combo, ie 8, 3,3 (R1,R2,R3). Most of the picks will be repeats in different form(reduced permutation you may say). Your ideal is nice, but the event is not  linear 12345.......

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Maybe you might randomize 0-9 before  removing the 2 draws. Use this random chart,maybe, just maybe:

 R random sequence 1 8-3-9-6-4-7-0-2-5-1 2 0-3-6-2-5-7-9-1-4-8 3 3-4-1-0-9-2-5-8-6-7 4 9-5-0-3-6-8-2-1-4-7 5 7-5-2-8-9-1-6-0-4-3 6 0-8-3-6-1-5-4-9-2-7 7 6-8-5-2-3-4-1-9-0-7 8 5-7-1-3-6-4-2-0-9-8 9 7-2-6-9-8-1-3-4-5-0 10 2-1-3-6-7-9-8-5-0-4

Lets remove 2 draws 57140  from  Randoms(R) 1, 2, 3 ......

From R1>83962>  839-836-832-396-392-962

R2>36298> 362-369-368-628-629-298

R3>39286>392-398-396-928-926-286

NB: You do not have to use all R1 to R2, two r is will suffice.See how the pattern plays, I will out first digits of reduced R as key for combo, ie 8, 3,3 (R1,R2,R3). Most of the picks will be repeats in different form(reduced permutation you may say). Your ideal is nice, but the event is not  linear 12345.......

Adobea 78 you are great and one of the many posters who help all of us out when we need a helping hand. I truly do commend you and all the others on here who do the same. I know my idea makes no sense but I am just trying to help out. I am lost on what you sent and it is a great puzzle that I will unravel and if you could break it down for me a little more. Thanks again for everything thing you do and share!

Numbers can be a wonderful exercise for the mind but it can get overwhelming!

Hope to hear from you and other suggestions are truly welcome

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Thanks for taking a look and no I could have won using the example I showed I played 683 Straight that night and it was 386. I was pretty mad but that's usually how it goes if i' m not one number off I usually have the number but I play it wrong. Have you tried it yet I actually made a typo when I showed the workout I left out the 4 it was supposed to be 0-1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9

8/26-571
8/27-401 eliminate those digits and you have digits 2-3-6-8-9 like I said O played 683 and it was 386.

So test it out and if you have any success let me know.

Good luck

In general it's not a good strategy.  If a single (i.e. 6-way box) was drawn in the previous draw then their is a 71% chance that if the next draw is a single a digit will repeat from it.  Since you are eliminating those digits you are playing against the odds.  If the last draw was a double or trip then the odds are more in favor of your strategy.

Jimmy

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In general it's not a good strategy.  If a single (i.e. 6-way box) was drawn in the previous draw then their is a 71% chance that if the next draw is a single a digit will repeat from it.  Since you are eliminating those digits you are playing against the odds.  If the last draw was a double or trip then the odds are more in favor of your strategy.

Jimmy

Aren't we always playing against the odds?

In general it's a non-complex P3 strategy has he stated, any suggestions on how to

add numbers for when you think a repeat, double or triple is welcomed I"m sure.

Just keeping it simple people.

...the secret to Luck is never to trust it...

2012 wins:\$20 loss:\$200  2013 wins:\$100 loss:\$270  2014 wins:\$360 loss:\$273

2015 wins:\$0 loss:\$53  2016 Jan \$0/\$15.00 Feb \$0/\$2.50 Mar \$0/\$4.00 April \$0/\$0 May \$0/\$0

June \$0/\$0 July \$0/\$0 Aug \$0/\$0 Sep \$0/\$0 Oct \$0/\$0

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Numbers were  571 and 401 . The numbers that wasm\n't played was  2-3-6-8-9 . Number called 386 . They have been so crazy with the numbers in Aug. looks like it only worked that time and for the 10th when the 472 was played. will backtest it some more. Interesting thou. Thanks

The ideal is 6C3 > 6!/3!3! for 20 picks, the reduced 23689(5C3>10 picks)236, 238, 239, 268, 269, 289, 368, 369, 389, 689     , Now follow the removal step ,see how the combos  behave, meaning take 2 successive  draws, do a combo with either 6c3 or 5c3, you will see repeat picks. I like your thought, is all about the  punchline, not the odds!

Nb

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In general it's not a good strategy.  If a single (i.e. 6-way box) was drawn in the previous draw then their is a 71% chance that if the next draw is a single a digit will repeat from it.  Since you are eliminating those digits you are playing against the odds.  If the last draw was a double or trip then the odds are more in favor of your strategy.

Jimmy

A duh can you read the title it's just something for people to try I now see why individuals who do contribute their hardwork never give all the details because it always some criticism. But constructive criticism is always good. But anyways thanks for your thoughts sir.

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Adobea 78 you are great and one of the many posters who help all of us out when we need a helping hand. I truly do commend you and all the others on here who do the same. I know my idea makes no sense but I am just trying to help out. I am lost on what you sent and it is a great puzzle that I will unravel and if you could break it down for me a little more. Thanks again for everything thing you do and share!

Numbers can be a wonderful exercise for the mind but it can get overwhelming!

Hope to hear from you and other suggestions are truly welcome

Your ideal make sense, why? is a simple proposition, see, in random events, you're aiming a PUNCHLINE, not odds, looking at so called ' normal distrubution curve' the house always win (see the prediction table from month to lifetime), your aim is the prize. Indulging in too much statics will mess your puncline, deal with what you can control. Static parameters(percentiles, sums, skips  etc) are broad brushes and are best for polls, population census, not for discrete  events.

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A duh can you read the title it's just something for people to try I now see why individuals who do contribute their hardwork never give all the details because it always some criticism. But constructive criticism is always good. But anyways thanks for your thoughts sir.

Trust me, take the philosophical approach and everything will fall in place, the core of each event is Randomness.

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Maybe you might randomize 0-9 before  removing the 2 draws. Use this random chart,maybe, just maybe:

 R random sequence 1 8-3-9-6-4-7-0-2-5-1 2 0-3-6-2-5-7-9-1-4-8 3 3-4-1-0-9-2-5-8-6-7 4 9-5-0-3-6-8-2-1-4-7 5 7-5-2-8-9-1-6-0-4-3 6 0-8-3-6-1-5-4-9-2-7 7 6-8-5-2-3-4-1-9-0-7 8 5-7-1-3-6-4-2-0-9-8 9 7-2-6-9-8-1-3-4-5-0 10 2-1-3-6-7-9-8-5-0-4

Lets remove 2 draws 57140  from  Randoms(R) 1, 2, 3 ......

From R1>83962>  839-836-832-396-392-962

R2>36298> 362-369-368-628-629-298

R3>39286>392-398-396-928-926-286

NB: You do not have to use all R1 to R2, two r is will suffice.See how the pattern plays, I will out first digits of reduced R as key for combo, ie 8, 3,3 (R1,R2,R3). Most of the picks will be repeats in different form(reduced permutation you may say). Your ideal is nice, but the event is not  linear 12345.......

WS Data(Using your ideal in random way, see chart in txt)

Wisc

Sun, Sep 1, 2013 Sat, Aug 31, 2013 Fri, Aug 30, 2013 Thu, Aug 29, 2013 Pick 3 Pick 4 Midday Evening Midday Evening 0-6-0 7-3-1-1 0-9-9 6-7-6-6 1-0-4 3-6-1-6 7-5-0 1-2-3-9 3-8-6 8-3-8-0 4-0-1 9-1-0-8 5-7-1 5-2-3-4 5-3-8 0-6-8-0 0-8-3 9-7-9-2 1-0-4 7-3-4-4

P4 > draw 7344

R1>8-3-9-6-4-7-0-2-5-1  > 896x-890x-892x-895x-891> remove 9792 >86-80-8-85-81

R2 >0-3-6-2-5-7-9-1-4-8>062x-065x-069x-061x-068X> 062-065-06-061

R3 >3-4-1-0-9-2-5-8-6-7>109x-102x-105x-108x-106x>10-102-105-108

R4 >9-5-0-3-6-8-2-1-4-7>950x-956x-958x-952x-951x>50-56-58-52

R5>7-5-2-8-9-1-6-0-4-3 >528-529-521-526-520>528-52-521-526-520

..

..

R10>2-1-3-6-7-9-8-5-0-4>216-219-218-215-210 >16-1-18-15-10

NB: Workout from R1 to R10 is for illustration, you don't use all R, but each R brings a digit in first position

for a combo to consider, a reduce R1 takes you to base 8680851(interprete this for a triad),

R2   take to base    102105108( interprete this for triad)

Excessive Rs is not recommended when waging a punchline(base), removing 4 distinct digits is best for P4(meaning you have 5 to consider , first digit has the edge in combo)

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