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# Free unique Pick3 analysis / prediction tool

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when you say to select a certain amount of digits do you mean to do this before hitting the test button? also what particular numbers am I looking for.
I agree that you should run an example for us to follow step by step so it become clearer. Thanks.

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when you say to select a certain amount of digits do you mean to do this before hitting the test button? also what particular numbers am I looking for.
I agree that you should run an example for us to follow step by step so it become clearer. Thanks.

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when you say to select a certain amount of digits do you mean to do this before hitting the test button? also what particular numbers am I looking for.
I agree that you should run an example for us to follow step by step so it become clearer. Thanks.

Example:

You selected following:

- 4 digits

- Unmatched: 2 dig (pairs)

Program will search all posible combinations of 4 digits numbers from 0123 to 6789 against past draws you have entered in the data panel.

When the tool is searching the list of past draws for a digits set i.e. 0126 and finds two digits in one unmatched draw i.e 416,  it writes the following  line:

416------  0126   150   -48     102       4200       -3696       504     ---©        (sign"@" means "won")

If it didn't find two digits (your selected wheel) in a draw, it writes the following line:

765------  0126    0  -48     -48   4200   -3792       408     --•             (sign"•" means "lost")

If it didn't find two digits (your selected wheel, no doubles) in a draw, it writes the following line:

---626---  0126    0  -36     -36   2850   -2340       510     ---•           (sign"•" means "lost")

When the searching of 0126 digits aginst all draws is done, tool (program) will start searching for the next 4 digit set (0127) etc.

Details are on top:

Draws      Cx   Won   Cost    Score   TotWon TotCost  TotScore

Hopefully you understand details on top.

In the top panel you have only first lines from each lower panel set as a final result of testing your draws.

I could show all tests in the panels, but I don't think that would be useful except to give you an idea on the complete process.

Actually I will add that option so you can select to see all tests or just ones with positive balance.

I am wondering how many people have (not)  figured out how this tool works.

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Just updated tool so that you can paste draw results from lotterypost results pages for states with more than one drawing a day.

We have a lot of ideas and possible winning strategies, but all of them should be tested against past draws before playing.

Any strategy can be included in this tool and tested against past draws instead of short term manual testing that a lot of people do.

I'll consider adding some ideas and strategies from this forum to this tool to see how good they are.

I couldn't find such a testing tool yet.

If someone has found one, please let us know.

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Tip: You can stretch panels by pulling them at the lower right corner.

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Example:

You selected following:

- 4 digits

- Unmatched: 2 dig (pairs)

Program will search all posible combinations of 4 digits numbers from 0123 to 6789 against past draws you have entered in the data panel.

When the tool is searching the list of past draws for a digits set i.e. 0126 and finds two digits in one unmatched draw i.e 416,  it writes the following  line:

416------  0126   150   -48     102       4200       -3696       504     ---©        (sign"@" means "won")

If it didn't find two digits (your selected wheel) in a draw, it writes the following line:

765------  0126    0  -48     -48   4200   -3792       408     --•             (sign"•" means "lost")

If it didn't find two digits (your selected wheel, no doubles) in a draw, it writes the following line:

---626---  0126    0  -36     -36   2850   -2340       510     ---•           (sign"•" means "lost")

When the searching of 0126 digits aginst all draws is done, tool (program) will start searching for the next 4 digit set (0127) etc.

Details are on top:

Draws      Cx   Won   Cost    Score   TotWon TotCost  TotScore

Hopefully you understand details on top.

In the top panel you have only first lines from each lower panel set as a final result of testing your draws.

I could show all tests in the panels, but I don't think that would be useful except to give you an idea on the complete process.

Actually I will add that option so you can select to see all tests or just ones with positive balance.

I am wondering how many people have (not)  figured out how this tool works.

What if my data is not historical-based, but rather personal simulated data? how can one use the system? I'll appreciate your suggestion, thanks.

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What if my data is not historical-based, but rather personal simulated data? how can one use the system? I'll appreciate your suggestion, thanks.

Just paste your data into past draws panel and press Load past draws button.

It can be in any format. When you press "load draws button" data will be sorted out properly.

If there is any problem about that let me know.

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There is no download version at this time.

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after testing was done not a single number of the 4 picked came up with an @ sign. What is next step?
Also what am I looking for to move over to the other pic 3 gen program? thanks

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after testing was done not a single number of the 4 picked came up with an @ sign. What is next step?
Also what am I looking for to move over to the other pic 3 gen program? thanks

Which state are you interested in?

In the top panel you should be looking for LONGEST graph lines.

Then you look at Cx column (combination) and find that set with the same digits (combination) in the lower panel to see details.

Sign "@" is not important. It just telling you that set won last time.

Remember, line in the top panel are first lines (the most recent draw) from each set in the 2nd panel.

In the bottom panel if that set of digits (cx) has a diagonal winning graph and especially if you have some skips on top (big dot at the graph line end)  it should win next time or very soon.

When you look at skips in the graph you can see a maximum number of consequent skips.

If you have the same number of skips on the top of the graph that's a good sign to start playing that cx set of digits.

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Here are details for OK this evening.

4 Digits, unmatched: 2 dig(pairs) doubles: 2 dig(pairs) (48 combinations)

The yellow line was one of the lines in the top panel with the longest graph line showing final test result after 40 draws.

Other details are also important, that's why you have to look at the details in the lower panel.

if you want to chech tool accuracy compare "Draws" col. and "Cx" col.

If two of digits 2368 are found in a draw you can see a winning amount in the 3rd col and other details in other cols.

The highest skip in the 40 days was 4 skips (one time) and 3 skips (one time).

Other sipps were one or two times consequently.

Current skip (on top) is two.

If everything continues the same way or close to that this wheeled set should win if no this evening then very soon.

I believe this set will win this evening, with a some luck on top of math.

Draws      Cx  Won Cost    Score   TotWon TotCost  TotScore

018------  2368    0  -48     -48   3750   -1920      1830     ----------------------•
---003---  2368    0  -48     -48   3750   -1872      1878     -----------------------•
---338---  2368  300  -48     252   3750   -1824      1926     ------------------------©
---060---  2368    0  -48     -48   3450   -1776      1674     --------------------•
---226---  2368  300  -48     252   3450   -1728      1722     ---------------------©
253------  2368  150  -48     102   3150   -1680      1470     ------------------©
428------  2368  150  -48     102   3000   -1632      1368     -----------------©
470------  2368    0  -48     -48   2850   -1584      1266     ---------------•
832------  2368    0  -48     -48   2850   -1536      1314     ----------------•
203------  2368  150  -48     102   2850   -1488      1362     -----------------©
947------  2368    0  -48     -48   2700   -1440      1260     ---------------•
058------  2368    0  -48     -48   2700   -1392      1308     ----------------•
---688---  2368  300  -48     252   2700   -1344      1356     ----------------©
071------  2368    0  -48     -48   2400   -1296      1104     -------------•
186------  2368  150  -48     102   2400   -1248      1152     --------------©
039------  2368    0  -48     -48   2250   -1200      1050     -------------•
216------  2368  150  -48     102   2250   -1152      1098     -------------©
870------  2368    0  -48     -48   2100   -1104       996     ------------•
782------  2368  150  -48     102   2100   -1056      1044     -------------©
296------  2368  150  -48     102   1950   -1008       942     -----------©
261------  2368  150  -48     102   1800    -960       840     ----------©
594------  2368    0  -48     -48   1650    -912       738     ---------•
572------  2368    0  -48     -48   1650    -864       786     ---------•
271------  2368    0  -48     -48   1650    -816       834     ----------•
---005---  2368    0  -48     -48   1650    -768       882     -----------•
168------  2368  150  -48     102   1650    -720       930     -----------©
---388---  2368  300  -48     252   1500    -672       828     ----------©
025------  2368    0  -48     -48   1200    -624       576     -------•
693------  2368  150  -48     102   1200    -576       624     -------©
---233---  2368  300  -48     252   1050    -528       522     ------©
257------  2368    0  -48     -48    750    -480       270     ---•
195------  2368    0  -48     -48    750    -432       318     ---•
073------  2368    0  -48     -48    750    -384       366     ----•
183------  2368  150  -48     102    750    -336       414     -----©
---001---  2368    0  -48     -48    600    -288       312     ---•
429------  2368    0  -48     -48    600    -240       360     ----•
325------  2368  150  -48     102    600    -192       408     -----©
618------  2368  150  -48     102    450    -144       306     ---©
---707---  2368    0  -48     -48    300     -96       204     --•
---323---  2368  300  -48     252    300     -48       252     ---©

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Won OK this evening: 926

Played: 2368 (48 combos)

Unm: 2 dig, Dbl: 2 dig.

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Won OK this evening: 926

Played: 2368 (48 combos)

Unm: 2 dig, Dbl: 2 dig.

It took me a few minutes to figure it out but I get it now.  Very well done !  Very good tool for the online player.

Jimmy

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I am watching and learning. How did you select 2368 and why?
P.S. My state is mass. which is a pic 4 but we payoff on front 3.
Can you help with this? thanks

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