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For the Highest Digit the 9, 8 and then 7 have a higher chance to come out.

For the Lowest Digit the 0, 1 and then 2 have more of a chance.

For the Middle Digit the 4-5  first and then 3-6 have a little more of a chance.

4-5 = Equal chance, 3-6 = Equal chance, that is how it works for the Middle Digit.

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    The outcome of the event is discrete values, parametric percentiles are just information for information sake, their broad brushes which every player is aware of. We need to think outside the box with new approach, a good start will be the POOL.

    THE POOL> Is a domain with discrete values identified with  0,1.......9, the behavior of these values is mutually escusive, hence historical data analysis will fall short of any intepretation, SIMULATION of the POOL will be closer to discrete distrubution(Not parametric percentiles,which is Continous distrubution) and eventually enhance predictability of POSITIONAL PAIRS/TRIADS. Lets take PA results(qouted TEXT) and simulated each draw set for PAIRS>

    DRAW     Simulated BASE       Drive DIgits        PAIR                                 Hits

    944         074                          0, 7                    07, 0x4,  x74                    904 (0x4),057(07x)

    212         819                          8,1                    81, 8x9, x19                      491,159 (x19),498(8x9),183(81x

    339         810                          8,1                    81-8x0, x10                       301(x10),058(8x0),183 (81x)

    301         819                          8,1                    81, 8x9, x19                      491,159(x19)498(8x9),183 (81x)                   

    422        781                           7,8                    78, 7x1, x81,                     751 (7x1),183 (x81)

    491        708                           7,0                    70,7x8, x08                       058(x08),057(70x)

    Now looking at the hits,  the DRIVE digits from simulated BASE is all you need for  a DRAW SET without going through countless RANGE Parameters.

    adobea78 your prediction technique goes above my head, I don't understand it.

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      Pennsylvania (PA) Daily Number Midday

      Mon, Feb 10, 2014    5-2-6 3
      Sun, Feb 09, 2014    1-8-3 2
      Sat, Feb 08, 2014    7-9-3 2 Win
      Fri, Feb 07, 2014    4-9-8 2
      Thu, Feb 06, 2014    7-5-1 1 Win
      Wed, Feb 05, 2014    9-3-2 1
      Tue, Feb 04, 2014    5-4-6 3 Win
      Mon, Feb 03, 2014    0-5-7 3
      Sun, Feb 02, 2014    9-0-4 1
      Sat, Feb 01, 2014    0-5-8 3 Win
      Fri, Jan 31, 2014    0-2-5 3
      Thu, Jan 30, 2014    9-7-6 1 Win
      Wed, Jan 29, 2014    9-2-7 1
      Tue, Jan 28, 2014    2-2-4 3rd Win
      Mon, Jan 27, 2014    1-5-9 3rd
      Sun, Jan 26, 2014    4-9-1 2nd position
      Sat, Jan 25, 2014    4-2-2 1st WIN
      Fri, Jan 24, 2014    3-0-1 1st
      Thu, Jan 23, 2014    3-3-9 3rd
      Wed, Jan 22, 2014    2-1-2 1st + 3rd WIN
      Tue, Jan 21, 2014    9-4-4 1st position
      ------------

      Take a good look at all the Highest Digits on each of the Straight pick 3 numbers.

      Do you see all of the 9s?

      It is as I posted earlier, the same might or should be true for the Lowest and a little less true for the Middle digits as the Middle Digits are more uniform in their distribution.

      As I said this would have to be used with tracking of each of the 240 numbers in each of the 3 groups of 240 numbers in order to not having to play each of the 240 predicted numbers, Playing only those numbers more likely to come out right away next from each of the 240 groups.

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        I guess that, that is all on this for this time, maybe later, a little more.


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          adobea78 your prediction technique goes above my head, I don't understand it.

          Neither do I. It sounds good though..if it works for him. Good luck

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            For the Highest Digit the 9, 8 and then 7 have a higher chance to come out.

            For the Lowest Digit the 0, 1 and then 2 have more of a chance.

            For the Middle Digit the 4-5  first and then 3-6 have a little more of a chance.

            4-5 = Equal chance, 3-6 = Equal chance, that is how it works for the Middle Digit.

            Subsetting the Pool takes care of all the above parameters, you don't need to find HHH, LHL, EEO etc, is inherent if you chose the right Assumption, say the NTh variable, where variable could be limit of N. 

            PA data.

            Mon, Feb 10, 2014    5-2-6
            Sun, Feb 09, 2014    1-8-3
            Sat, Feb 08, 2014    7-9-3
            Fri, Feb 07, 2014    4-9-8
            Thu, Feb 06, 2014    7-5-1
            Wed, Feb 05, 2014    9-3-2
            Tue, Feb 04, 2014    5-4-6
            Mon, Feb 03, 2014    0-5-7
            Sun, Feb 02, 2014    9-0-4
            Sat, Feb 01, 2014    0-5-8
            Fri, Jan 31, 2014    0-2-5
            Thu, Jan 30, 2014    9-7-6
            Wed, Jan 29, 2014    9-2-7
            Tue, Jan 28, 2014    2-2-4
            Mon, Jan 27, 2014    1-5-9
            Sun, Jan 26, 2014    4-9-1
            Sat, Jan 25, 2014    4-2-2
            Fri, Jan 24, 2014    3-0-1
            Thu, Jan 23, 2014    3-3-9
            Wed, Jan 22, 2014    2-1-2
            Tue, Jan 21, 2014    9-4-4

            Lets say, I decide to play the limit of POOL with N=7, the elementsof the pool remains 10 (0,1........9), but the size is compressed, you  do the same thing inadvertently(3digits is the outcome for event),because you don't wage all 10 digits.setting N=7, my base for  next draws is as follows>

            draw     subset(N=7)     drive     pair                   hits

            944      4624             4,6     42-44,62-64             422

            212      1360             1,3     16-10-36-30              301

            339      0271             0,2     07-01-27-21            927,057

            301      3546             3,5     34-36-54-56          546,526

            422      2457             2,4     25-27-45-47          025,456

            Now lets say I decide to Compressed pool to N=6 (think of Zip file, the contents stay the same, 10 elements)>

            draw       subset(N=6)    Drive     Pair           Hits

            944        5013            5,0      51-53,01-13    301,159,183,751

            212        1350            1,3      15-10,35,30    301,159,751

            339        0261            0,2      06-01,26-21    301,526

            301        3535            3,5      33-35,53-55       ????

            NB> note that drive digits are mostly positional for your pairs and the limit of x is highest digit for draw/subset, eg draw 944 has subset 5013, the limit of x is 9, so you cover doubles and singles from the method direction, not you trying to figure out filters

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              Hello, can you do a statistic to see the digit is odd or even higher,
                Example is the biggest draw in the last digit is an even digit in 1st position
                One could think of the next draw, the highest odd digit in the 2nd or 3rd position
                And so with the lowest digit, test a 12 raffles.

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                Subsetting the Pool takes care of all the above parameters, you don't need to find HHH, LHL, EEO etc, is inherent if you chose the right Assumption, say the NTh variable, where variable could be limit of N. 

                PA data.

                Mon, Feb 10, 2014    5-2-6
                Sun, Feb 09, 2014    1-8-3
                Sat, Feb 08, 2014    7-9-3
                Fri, Feb 07, 2014    4-9-8
                Thu, Feb 06, 2014    7-5-1
                Wed, Feb 05, 2014    9-3-2
                Tue, Feb 04, 2014    5-4-6
                Mon, Feb 03, 2014    0-5-7
                Sun, Feb 02, 2014    9-0-4
                Sat, Feb 01, 2014    0-5-8
                Fri, Jan 31, 2014    0-2-5
                Thu, Jan 30, 2014    9-7-6
                Wed, Jan 29, 2014    9-2-7
                Tue, Jan 28, 2014    2-2-4
                Mon, Jan 27, 2014    1-5-9
                Sun, Jan 26, 2014    4-9-1
                Sat, Jan 25, 2014    4-2-2
                Fri, Jan 24, 2014    3-0-1
                Thu, Jan 23, 2014    3-3-9
                Wed, Jan 22, 2014    2-1-2
                Tue, Jan 21, 2014    9-4-4

                Lets say, I decide to play the limit of POOL with N=7, the elementsof the pool remains 10 (0,1........9), but the size is compressed, you  do the same thing inadvertently(3digits is the outcome for event),because you don't wage all 10 digits.setting N=7, my base for  next draws is as follows>

                draw     subset(N=7)     drive     pair                   hits

                944      4624             4,6     42-44,62-64             422

                212      1360             1,3     16-10-36-30              301

                339      0271             0,2     07-01-27-21            927,057

                301      3546             3,5     34-36-54-56          546,526

                422      2457             2,4     25-27-45-47          025,456

                Now lets say I decide to Compressed pool to N=6 (think of Zip file, the contents stay the same, 10 elements)>

                draw       subset(N=6)    Drive     Pair           Hits

                944        5013            5,0      51-53,01-13    301,159,183,751

                212        1350            1,3      15-10,35,30    301,159,751

                339        0261            0,2      06-01,26-21    301,526

                301        3535            3,5      33-35,53-55       ????

                NB> note that drive digits are mostly positional for your pairs and the limit of x is highest digit for draw/subset, eg draw 944 has subset 5013, the limit of x is 9, so you cover doubles and singles from the method direction, not you trying to figure out filters

                What I and maybe other people can see there is that the Drive the Pairs and the Hits are related to the subsets, what I and maybe other people also can't see is how the subsets digits are related to the draw numbers, that is how you make those subset numbers from the draw numbers, it is only clear that if N=6 then the subset digits will only be from 0 to 6 and if the subset is N=7 the subset digits will be from 0 to 7.

                So it is not clear there how you get the subset digits and why you get 4 subset digits.

                Maybe I do begin to see something there:

                94 = 5

                21 = 1

                33 = 0

                30 = 3

                But I still can't figure out how you got the other subset digits, not that I really care too much about them.

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                  So if you filter out all the straight pick 3 numbers that have a Highest Digit on the Lth or 1st position you will be filtering out 240 straight pick 3 numbers that is 24%, almost 1/4 of all the total straight pick 3 numbers.

                   

                  Thats the figure I'm getting too

                  I do'nt know where he's getting a 340 count.

                  You broke it down like no one else could..

                  I have a better understanding.

                  Much gratitude as I read more into your response.

                  Maybe counting the Doubles also? as 240 and 24% are just for the Singles.

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                    There might be mistakes so beware.

                    Mon, Feb 10, 2014    5-2-6
                    Sun, Feb 09, 2014    1-8-3
                    Sat, Feb 08, 2014    7-9-3
                    Fri, Feb 07, 2014    4-9-8
                    Thu, Feb 06, 2014    7-5-1
                    Wed, Feb 05, 2014    9-3-2
                    Tue, Feb 04, 2014    5-4-6
                    Mon, Feb 03, 2014    0-5-7
                    Sun, Feb 02, 2014    9-0-4
                    Sat, Feb 01, 2014    0-5-8
                    Fri, Jan 31, 2014    0-2-5
                    Thu, Jan 30, 2014    9-7-6
                    Wed, Jan 29, 2014    9-2-7
                    Tue, Jan 28, 2014    2-2-4
                    Mon, Jan 27, 2014    1-5-9
                    Sun, Jan 26, 2014    4-9-1
                    Sat, Jan 25, 2014    4-2-2
                    Fri, Jan 24, 2014    3-0-1
                    Thu, Jan 23, 2014    3-3-9
                    Wed, Jan 22, 2014    2-1-2
                    Tue, Jan 21, 2014    9-4-4

                    There are 3 pairs:
                    Lowest to Middle digits = LM
                    Middle to Highest digits = MH
                    And Lowest to Highest digits = LH
                    There are 3 positions for pairs so those pairs can be on any of the 3 positions.
                    I wil say that this are the 3 positions:
                    Lth, Rth and Sides (S), so:
                    L, R and S.
                    So there are 3 factors and then another 3 factors that makes for 9 combinations such as:
                    L-LM, L-MH, L-LH
                    R-LM, R-MH, R-LH
                    S-LM, S-MH, S-LH
                    -------------------
                    Mon, Feb 10, 2014    5-2-6 L-LM, R-LH, S-MH
                    Sun, Feb 09, 2014    1-8-3 L-LH, R-MH, S-LM
                    Sat, Feb 08, 2014    7-9-3 L-MH, R-LH, S-LM
                    Fri, Feb 07, 2014    4-9-8 L-LH, R-HM, S-LM
                    Thu, Feb 06, 2014    7-5-1 L-MH, R-LM, S-LH
                    Wed, Feb 05, 2014    9-3-2
                    Tue, Feb 04, 2014    5-4-6
                    Mon, Feb 03, 2014    0-5-7
                    Sun, Feb 02, 2014    9-0-4
                    Sat, Feb 01, 2014    0-5-8
                    Fri, Jan 31, 2014    0-2-5
                    Thu, Jan 30, 2014    9-7-6
                    Wed, Jan 29, 2014    9-2-7
                    Tue, Jan 28, 2014    2-2-4
                    Mon, Jan 27, 2014    1-5-9
                    Sun, Jan 26, 2014    4-9-1
                    Sat, Jan 25, 2014    4-2-2
                    Fri, Jan 24, 2014    3-0-1
                    Thu, Jan 23, 2014    3-3-9
                    Wed, Jan 22, 2014    2-1-2
                    Tue, Jan 21, 2014    9-4-4

                    ----------------------------

                    I think that now I am going to call it quits on this thread.

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                      There might be mistakes so beware.

                      Mon, Feb 10, 2014    5-2-6
                      Sun, Feb 09, 2014    1-8-3
                      Sat, Feb 08, 2014    7-9-3
                      Fri, Feb 07, 2014    4-9-8
                      Thu, Feb 06, 2014    7-5-1
                      Wed, Feb 05, 2014    9-3-2
                      Tue, Feb 04, 2014    5-4-6
                      Mon, Feb 03, 2014    0-5-7
                      Sun, Feb 02, 2014    9-0-4
                      Sat, Feb 01, 2014    0-5-8
                      Fri, Jan 31, 2014    0-2-5
                      Thu, Jan 30, 2014    9-7-6
                      Wed, Jan 29, 2014    9-2-7
                      Tue, Jan 28, 2014    2-2-4
                      Mon, Jan 27, 2014    1-5-9
                      Sun, Jan 26, 2014    4-9-1
                      Sat, Jan 25, 2014    4-2-2
                      Fri, Jan 24, 2014    3-0-1
                      Thu, Jan 23, 2014    3-3-9
                      Wed, Jan 22, 2014    2-1-2
                      Tue, Jan 21, 2014    9-4-4

                      There are 3 pairs:
                      Lowest to Middle digits = LM
                      Middle to Highest digits = MH
                      And Lowest to Highest digits = LH
                      There are 3 positions for pairs so those pairs can be on any of the 3 positions.
                      I wil say that this are the 3 positions:
                      Lth, Rth and Sides (S), so:
                      L, R and S.
                      So there are 3 factors and then another 3 factors that makes for 9 combinations such as:
                      L-LM, L-MH, L-LH
                      R-LM, R-MH, R-LH
                      S-LM, S-MH, S-LH
                      -------------------
                      Mon, Feb 10, 2014    5-2-6 L-LM, R-LH, S-MH
                      Sun, Feb 09, 2014    1-8-3 L-LH, R-MH, S-LM
                      Sat, Feb 08, 2014    7-9-3 L-MH, R-LH, S-LM
                      Fri, Feb 07, 2014    4-9-8 L-LH, R-HM, S-LM
                      Thu, Feb 06, 2014    7-5-1 L-MH, R-LM, S-LH
                      Wed, Feb 05, 2014    9-3-2
                      Tue, Feb 04, 2014    5-4-6
                      Mon, Feb 03, 2014    0-5-7
                      Sun, Feb 02, 2014    9-0-4
                      Sat, Feb 01, 2014    0-5-8
                      Fri, Jan 31, 2014    0-2-5
                      Thu, Jan 30, 2014    9-7-6
                      Wed, Jan 29, 2014    9-2-7
                      Tue, Jan 28, 2014    2-2-4
                      Mon, Jan 27, 2014    1-5-9
                      Sun, Jan 26, 2014    4-9-1
                      Sat, Jan 25, 2014    4-2-2
                      Fri, Jan 24, 2014    3-0-1
                      Thu, Jan 23, 2014    3-3-9
                      Wed, Jan 22, 2014    2-1-2
                      Tue, Jan 21, 2014    9-4-4

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                      I think that now I am going to call it quits on this thread.

                      again you are  setting up the golden standard on P3 cryptology.... nice to see you back Master ! MAYBE Add this post to yout favorites so you know where it is...i know you smtm . loose track of the goldies...

                      Thank you.

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                        i wanted to make sure

                         

                        9,8,7= high

                         

                        0,1,2= low

                         

                        4-5/3-6= middle

                         

                         

                        For the Highest Digit the 9, 8 and then 7 have a higher chance to come out.

                        For the Lowest Digit the 0, 1 and then 2 have more of a chance.

                        For the Middle Digit the 4-5  first and then 3-6 have a little more of a chance.

                        4-5 = Equal chance, 3-6 = Equal chance, that is how it works for the Middle Digit.

                         

                        Do you look at first position or 3rd position to determine what keys to use?

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                          again you are  setting up the golden standard on P3 cryptology.... nice to see you back Master ! MAYBE Add this post to yout favorites so you know where it is...i know you smtm . loose track of the goldies...

                          Thank you.

                          THanks!!!

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                            i wanted to make sure

                             

                            9,8,7= high

                             

                            0,1,2= low

                             

                            4-5/3-6= middle

                             

                             

                            For the Highest Digit the 9, 8 and then 7 have a higher chance to come out.

                            For the Lowest Digit the 0, 1 and then 2 have more of a chance.

                            For the Middle Digit the 4-5  first and then 3-6 have a little more of a chance.

                            4-5 = Equal chance, 3-6 = Equal chance, that is how it works for the Middle Digit.

                             

                            Do you look at first position or 3rd position to determine what keys to use?

                            You would Box the straight pick 3 number and then either try to guess the digit on the 1st or on the 3rd position, you would need to keep track of the digits on those positions, I guess.

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                              Blackapple and Monel:

                               

                              Kudos. You are right. The 340 was a miscalc, and it should be 240 (for non repeating digits) . Thanks for the correction. Also there is no implication in my post that this filter should be a be all and an end all to making selctions. It was suggested to possibly combine it with other filters. 

                               

                              jayemmar