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The prediction mechanism

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Posted: June 26, 2014, 9:10 pm - IP Logged

The prediction mechanism

the lottery  Prediction column on the web    , no stop settings. For example, I    predicted CA PICK3 with 25 picks in june 25, do not have enough time tocontinue to pay attention to this web, so only   predict  for 2 consecutive days (4 lottery drawings)  , thein June 25th PICK3 has been hit, but because the prediction cannot be erased or changed, CANNOT stop  because of winning the lottery , 3 predictions   still   continue, and there may be wasted. Fortunately the female 60 pick3 are right,  25 picks still hit the lottery in June 26th midday, although is not the straight.

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    Posted: June 26, 2014, 10:25 pm - IP Logged

    Interesting that the "female" 60 Pick 3 are right. I'm wondering how the "male" 60 went so wrong.  Idea  Crazy

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      Posted: June 27, 2014, 3:27 am - IP Logged

      Angry,Excuse me,poor  english  .Because 25 picks were picked out of 60 PICKS,The predicted address:http://blogs.lotterypost.com/yinchaoji/2014/6/ca-pk3-2014-06-25-28.htm

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        Posted: June 27, 2014, 3:13 pm - IP Logged

        The prediction mechanism?

        We can't control the physical factors that lead to a winning number.

        So we can't take physical factors into account when making a prediction.

        All that we have are the past draws, the make-up of the particular game and their past statistics.

        So for our prediction maybe we should use those.

        But people use anything from quick picks to birthdays.

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        The past draws should reflect the make-up of the game if the game is "honest", for example on the pick 3 there are more Singles than Doubles, so on the past draws there should also be more Singles than Doubles, like about 72% Singles in the very long run.

        The closer that the past draws reflect the "make-up" of the game, maybe the more "honest" that the game is.

        There are of course, short term, mid term and long term stats.

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        So, What then should we use for prediction? Maybe "Statistical Probability", that is prediction techniques based on statistical probability.

        But there are as many opinions as there are people.

        And there can be many kinds of prediction techniques that are based on statistical probabilities.

        There are many kinds of statistical probabilities.

        As to the statistical probabilities you can either use Math or your own judgement, as for myself not knowing much about Math, I used my own judgement, that is when I used to make predictions, but for a long stream of some particular predictions long ago I used mostly software.

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          Posted: June 27, 2014, 3:40 pm - IP Logged

          The prediction mechanism?

          We can't control the physical factors that lead to a winning number.

          So we can't take physical factors into account when making a prediction.

          All that we have are the past draws, the make-up of the particular game and their past statistics.

          So for our prediction maybe we should use those.

          But people use anything from quick picks to birthdays.

          --------

          The past draws should reflect the make-up of the game if the game is "honest", for example on the pick 3 there are more Singles than Doubles, so on the past draws there should also be more Singles than Doubles, like about 72% Singles in the very long run.

          The closer that the past draws reflect the "make-up" of the game, maybe the more "honest" that the game is.

          There are of course, short term, mid term and long term stats.

          -------

          So, What then should we use for prediction? Maybe "Statistical Probability", that is prediction techniques based on statistical probability.

          But there are as many opinions as there are people.

          And there can be many kinds of prediction techniques that are based on statistical probabilities.

          There are many kinds of statistical probabilities.

          As to the statistical probabilities you can either use Math or your own judgement, as for myself not knowing much about Math, I used my own judgement, that is when I used to make predictions, but for a long stream of some particular predictions long ago I used mostly software.

          I forgot to say:

          The sooner that the past draws stats reflect the stats of the make-up of the game, the more "honest" that the game can be said to be, I am talking about short term stats versus long term stats, that is stats of short sections of past winning draws versus stats of long sections of past winning draws.