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Hot and Cold numbers for P3

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Posted: November 18, 2013, 8:12 pm - IP Logged

Hello everyone! I have been reading various posts and blogs in an attempt to come up with some systems that work to get some hits for Kentucky. I have experimented with various TTT's posted by some of the more experienced members, learned what V-tracs are, and learned how to minimally use the P3 positional wheel. I have very little experience with any system tracking hot/cold numbers and would be interested in some tips. I spend a lot of time using up notepads with various pen and paper methods, but I really want to learn more about hot/cold numbers. I do understand that a number "should" appear approximately one time for every ten draws in each position, but that it about the extent of my knowledge tracking hot/cold numbers. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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    Posted: November 18, 2013, 9:24 pm - IP Logged

    welcome capett02 y don't u post on the ky thread? as far as the hot and cold numbers I always start with lets say sunday of the first week of the month and go back maybe 5 to 7 days and see how many times a number has came out from 0-9  that's one way of seeing if a number is hot or cold or even due.

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      Posted: November 18, 2013, 9:32 pm - IP Logged

      Thanks Rhonda. It has been a while since I've been here, but yes I have posted on the Ky board in the past and plan to visit the thread again in the near future.  I have played around a little with v-tracs, but they are a little difficult for me because I don't understand the expected frequency of them. Littleoldlady helped me with those a little. Thanks so much for sharing. It helps to have a gauge of how far back to go.

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        Posted: November 19, 2013, 12:10 am - IP Logged

        Hello everyone! I have been reading various posts and blogs in an attempt to come up with some systems that work to get some hits for Kentucky. I have experimented with various TTT's posted by some of the more experienced members, learned what V-tracs are, and learned how to minimally use the P3 positional wheel. I have very little experience with any system tracking hot/cold numbers and would be interested in some tips. I spend a lot of time using up notepads with various pen and paper methods, but I really want to learn more about hot/cold numbers. I do understand that a number "should" appear approximately one time for every ten draws in each position, but that it about the extent of my knowledge tracking hot/cold numbers. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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        Hi capett02,

        In Pick 3 for hot or cold numbers stats I track 15, 30 & 50 LATEST draws, I don't use time basis (a week or a months). I also don't split middays and evenings, all count together. Generally, obviously with exceptions, hots for 15 latest draws seem to predict the best. I have seen colds for 15 winning big time as well. You have to monitor current trends, which selection scheme produces most winners at current time. In a week things may change. For that reason I also monitor changes in number frequencies for positive or negative trends, e.g. if #3 went up or down in frequency charts; this can be measured daily to pick up early growing trends for numbers. But you need at least a spreadsheet for that, and preferably appropriate software, as doing this manually is a pain in the butt, not to mention possible and difficult to catch errors.

        Aquarius

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          Posted: November 19, 2013, 4:15 pm - IP Logged

          Thank you so much aquariuslottery. This is very helpful information. I now have a starting point to help me develop yet another spreadsheet to use. I have made bunches of spreadsheets using the TTT's, up 1 down 1, and other various methods, but none to track digits. Thanks again!

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            Posted: November 21, 2013, 2:06 am - IP Logged

            Good luck & keep trying. Test as much as you can to see what method predicts the best - at that very moment, before you commit any real money.

            Aquarius

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