It can't hurt to keep your predictions to yourself and also away from the Internet.
If you need a better selection of winning numbers that is if you need more numbers and patterns to show up on future draws, combine both midday and night draws.
If your prediction technique works better with separate midday and night then separate them.
Is there any such thing as random or lottery random? I don't think so, for every action there is a reaction, things don't just happen. Is the Universe infinite? No it is not, it just seems to be, in practice we can say that it is and in a way it kind of is, but in another it is not, same with the so called random, in practice in some ways it might be better for humans to say that there is random, just as we can say that a table, a paper, a ruler, a wall and a floor are flat, when a microscope would show that they are not flat, matter, molecules and atoms are not flat.
The way in which we sense things deceives us.
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Going back to the lottery:
It might be best to work with same type or kind of pattern and try to predict for a particular kind of pattern as the to come winning number might be of any kind of pattern, you then might have to make several predictions each for each kind of pattern, but i do know that doing that can be a lot of trouble and take more time, so if you have an easier way that works, then use the easier way.
I myself have not yet tried to predict for particular kinds of patterns, but sooner or later I might try that.
The lotteries might want people to believe that winning by chance (Luck) is the only possible way, but they themselves might know better than that, I don't believe what they say about their reasons for their doing predraws, post draws and whatever.
Prediction algorithm. What is that? I only know of patterns and their stats. A winning formula? I don't think so! More likely a winning method or system.
Is there only one possible way of winning? No, there are many possible ways of making winning predictions.
Does a person need to know a lot about Math to win? No, even if you don't know anything about Math you can still win.
But of course most people will not win, otherwise there would not be lottery games, as to jackpot kind of games, it is much more likely that those few who win jackpots will win by so called chance, that is what they call luck or statistical chance (random), yes, we can call "random", "statistical chance".
When you don't see an easy way of making safe filtrations, then you can try to create an easy way of making safe filtrations by the use of so called "Filters Tricks".
I showed very early on, that we need to try to find patterns that won't show or repeat on the very next winning draw, but when we can't find such patterns then we need to create (make) them by any way that we can.
Don't filter out, unless you have reason to think that such filtration is more or less safe to do.
Each filter has a given number of patterns to it, the more patterns that are used for filtration on each filter the more the chance of filter failure, that is why we have and use several filters as it might be too risky and prone to filters failure to "overuse" any one particular filter.
Some filters will or might be safer to use than other filters.
Sometimes it might be safer to "predict" that which might not come or show-up, than that which will come or show-up.
When you filter out that which might not come, what is left might be that which will come. My "Negative Prediction Technique or Method" whichever might be.
Likely things to be or not to be, should be more likely to be or not to be than those things that are less likely to be or not to be.
The past winning draws and their patterns (Filter Patterns) don't lie, what you see is exactly what it is, why it is? We might not know, but it is, for whatever reason.
First, stick to a particular state and game much later also study other states and their games.
Patterns and stats of newer past draws are more important than patterns and stats of much older past winning numbers.
For the pick 3 the last 4 draws might be the most important, then it would be the last 10 newest past draws, then it might be the last 30 past winning draws, then maybe the last 100 then the last 300 hundred, more often than not I don't see a reason for using more than 10 to 30 past winning draws for the pick 3 game, at least for the boxed pick 3 game, but it all depends on the particular prediction technique.
If you want to win more often you might go for patterns and kinds of pick 3 numbers that come out more often.
If you want to win less often but maybe with fewer number for each prediction then you might go for the other kinds.
In the end it might turn out about the same, otherwise go for patterns that come out the most often.
Once you have a way of winning try to keep it to yourself (Don't tell others about it) and try not to post your predictions.