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Model to predict Pick 3 Lottery

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san german
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Posted: July 3, 2014, 3:26 pm - IP Logged

When developing  a predictive Pick 3 model how many drawing should I considerer for the model ?

I appreciate you can share with me your experience in this area. I'm currently using 15 to 20 drawings.

Is this enough of it is too much ?

 

Regards, Américo

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    Posted: July 3, 2014, 3:45 pm - IP Logged

    LOL,I thought Kate Moss was drawing numbers now. What exactly do you mean by model? (besides the beautiful ones)

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      Posted: July 3, 2014, 5:52 pm - IP Logged

      Hello. I'm developing a triangle model for the Pick 3. So far I have been able to spot the winning numbers in this model in a rate of 80+ percent ( using back drawings ) which I think is pretty good. Of course the issue here is that you have to play certain amount of numbers once you select them based on statistical data.

      I'm trying to select a manageble amount of numbers in order to play. I'm using the information gathered by Lottery Post to generate this information. While I can use data for 10, 15, 20, etc drawings I want to know based on lottery players experience the amount of drawing that I should considered to gather the information and use it in the modeling. I'm using excel to generate the amount of posible combinations. I hope the provides a more clear understanding of my question.

      I appreciate your comment to my post.

      Regards, Américo

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        Posted: July 3, 2014, 8:15 pm - IP Logged

        What I would suggest is to give an example using 10 draws,15 draws and 20 draws and see which one gives the best results. How's that sound?

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          Posted: July 4, 2014, 7:18 am - IP Logged

          Hey, good morning. Happy 4th of July. Appreciate your response. I've tried the 15 and the 20 draws and it seems that the 20 draws gives you better opportunity to get #'s that will come out in the next drawing. The issue that so far I have seen is that when you have triples in your data things does not come out right ( having to little draws in your data ) so I'm trying to figure this one out. I'm seeing what happens if I treat the triple as an outlieror increase the amount of draws to decrease the impact of the triple. I will let you know how things are going once I try more predictive escenarios. Appreciate your time for your response.

          Regards, Américo


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            Posted: July 4, 2014, 10:15 am - IP Logged

            forget  the   triples  dont  concider  it  at  all

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              Posted: July 4, 2014, 1:56 pm - IP Logged

              Yes, you can try 20, 25 and 30 past draws and see which of them works best, also as somebody said, forget about the triples, if you also want to, then forget about the doubles as the singles come out the most often.

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                Posted: July 4, 2014, 2:25 pm - IP Logged

                Hey, good morning. Happy 4th of July. Appreciate your response. I've tried the 15 and the 20 draws and it seems that the 20 draws gives you better opportunity to get #'s that will come out in the next drawing. The issue that so far I have seen is that when you have triples in your data things does not come out right ( having to little draws in your data ) so I'm trying to figure this one out. I'm seeing what happens if I treat the triple as an outlieror increase the amount of draws to decrease the impact of the triple. I will let you know how things are going once I try more predictive escenarios. Appreciate your time for your response.

                Regards, Américo

                You could always just skip the triples and or doubles and only use the 4 unmatched numbers. I know I always do when calculating my formulas. Just a suggestion.

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                  Posted: July 4, 2014, 4:00 pm - IP Logged

                  Hello, thanks for your replies. I will do the homework of eliminating the triples / doubles ?? and will let you know the outcome.

                  Again thanks. Enjoy your 4th of July Holiday.

                   

                  Regards, Américo