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Okla RNG Pick 3 7-day test

Topic closed. 17 replies. Last post 4 years ago by bobby623.

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Thread Starter
San Angelo, Texas
United States
Member #1097
January 31, 2003
1519 Posts
Posted: May 30, 2014, 9:36 am - IP Logged

Here are the results for the Okla RNG Pick 3 Test for May 29 (5 of 7)

Winning combination: 527
Gap Alpha Structure: RBA


Of the seven combinations I chose, only one came close:
Another miss by one!
I had a feeling the "R" was going to show!


Here are my guesses for May 30:


Cost: $5
Total for test: $32 (on paper)
Wins: 0


My ability to know the unknowable in advance needs work!
Has this method ever worked?
Yes, many times in Texas (including an Exact $2700 Daily 4 win).
The main challenge is correctly choosing the next GAS.
This Okla off-line computer is not as random as ball machines, as demonstrated
by Single structures in 11 of the previous 20 drawings.
The Double BB is second with 3 appearances, two of which arrived in the last
five drawings.
This is reflected in the Star Chart trend lines, but difficult for one player to spot in advance.


If I were in Okla, I'd definitely stick with the Singles.
Of course, lottery games are fluid. This is supported by the fact that in
Texas Pick 3 last year, no single showed up for 12 consecutive drawings.


Again, use at your own risk.

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    Thread Starter
    San Angelo, Texas
    United States
    Member #1097
    January 31, 2003
    1519 Posts
    Posted: May 31, 2014, 11:05 am - IP Logged

    Here are results for Okla RNG Pick 3 test (6 of 7)


    Winning combination:
    Gap Alpha Structure:

    I chose the correct Gap Alpha Structure, but missed the double digit 3.
    The history for Lottery Doubles suggested one was due.
    I usually use the GSA to choose.
    In this instance, the GSA was DB.
    The 3 L# digits for 'B' are: 2.3.8.
    The small history sample indicates the 2 has not shown up, 8 one time and 3 one time.
    Following my trend at making wrong choices for the test, I chose 8 as the double with 3 being the second digit.
    I should have picked 3 as the double, of course!!

    Here are my choices for the final test.


    Cost: $3
    Total for test: $35 (on paper)
    Wins: 0

    Here are some of the history lines I used.
    2nd Letter Sequence for DA: BBBCBBCBBCCCBBC
    I chose B for first GSA (BAA) and C for the second (AAC)
    There are trend charts that help a user decide on which sequence is due, but they are too extensive to
    present here.

    The Star Chart trend line for the first A is:
    22323222 (I chose 3 to be next)
    For second A
    113312 (I chose 1 to be next)
    There is a procedure converting Alpha letters to lottery digits.
    Again, too much data to present here, but, the digits are 3A/7 and 1A/6,

    The Stat Chart trend line for B is:
    111132 (I chose 1 which gives 5B/8

    The history trend line for C is:
    11 (I chose 2 to be next) (7C/9)

    As you can see, there isn't a lot of history to work with.
    In situations where the sample is small, like the history for C, all the user
    can do is make a WAG (wild ass guess)!!

    It's possible that there will be a Lottery digit double repeat.
    Again, not enough data to make an educated choice.

    I'm hoping this final set of guesses produces a winner.
    Trying to predict (guess) the unknowable in advance is tricky business, to be sure.

    Again, use at your own risk.

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      Thread Starter
      San Angelo, Texas
      United States
      Member #1097
      January 31, 2003
      1519 Posts
      Posted: June 1, 2014, 11:34 am - IP Logged

      Here are Okla RNG Pick 3 results for May 31 (7 of 7)

      Winning combination:
      Gap Alpha Structure:

      My limited game history suggested GSA 'AA' was due.

      I was hoping this test of off-line computer drawings would have been more
      After all, the value of a method to 'know the unknowable in advance' is it's
      ability to produce winners.
      Well, I think I've demonstrated that a workout using Gap Alpha Structures has merit.
      However, my ability to correctly interpret draw history and come up with winning digits needs work.

      I was asked why a resident of Texas would make a public presentation of a game in another state.

      I've been a LP member for a long time.
      While I don't read every post, I think that a majority of regular, system players don't have much respect for computer drawings. My limited search failed to find even one post that explored how a player might attack a computer game and win.
      Computer drawings are the wave of the future, whether we like it or not.
      Texas is one a few states that still uses ball machines for all games, but anything can happen down the road.
      I'm hoping that my posts will cause more system players to turn their attention to finding ways to defeat random number generators, rather than turning away in disgust, as many have.
      I hope that discoveries with merit would be made available to all.
      I'm not saying my methods are the right ones.
      Unscientific as it was, this test did reveal, to me, that RNG generated combinations are less random than for ball machines. But, using this knowledge to win is up to the User.
      I genuinely hope no LP member spent any real money on my guesswork.
      Test closed.
      Thanks for your interest.