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Indiana Daily 3 [78-89] Pairing Results

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Posted: August 29, 2014, 12:28 pm - IP Logged

INDIANA DAILY 3 HISTORICAL DATA WITH [78-89] PAIRINGS [JAN-AUG 2014]

PLAYED PAIRINGS AND VARIABLES AS OF [08/28/2014]

[78]  [89]  [VAR]

587   298   123
784   869   132
738   589   231
876   689   231
758   849   213
784   982   312
768   984   231
748   829   132
287   598   231
578   839   231
784   298   213
837   859   132
784   978   213
786   198   312
587   489
784
978
785
781

PLAYED TOTALS

Note: Variable picks are determined from the most recent date,
going back until all 6 variables have played at least once.

[78]   [89]   [VAR]

078-0  089-0  123-1
178-1  189-1  132-3
278-1  289-4  213-3
378-2  389-1  231-5
478-6  489-2  312-1
578-5  589-3  321-1
678-3  689-2
789-1  789-1

LOW FREQUENCY PICKS

[78]   [89]   [VAR]

078    089    123
178    189    312
278    389    321

TOTAL PICKED NUMBERS WITH VARIABLES [18]

078,807,870,178,817,871,278,827,872
089,908,980,189,918,981,289,829,892

MY PRACTICAL STRATEGY

Play the picked numbers straight for .50 daily.
18 numbers divided by .50 bets equals $9 daily.
$9 divided into a $250 dollar possible win equals 28 days to hit.

NOTES

This system is based entirely upon the law of probability, as applied
to the picked low frequency numbers and variables up to the present date.

After studying the Indiana Daily 3 for 5 years, I have surmised that the
"pairing system" in accordance with the probability law, is perhaps the
most practical approach in terms of money spent and a possible winning
strategy. I say possible, because there are no absolutes in terms of
lottery system strategies. Anyone pitching a claim, stating that they have
an absolute winning system with the intent to sell you a book, should send
up a red flag. "Warning Will Robinson, warning!" Think about it, if they
had an absolute winning system, then why would they need to sell a book?

While tallying up pairings from a 5 year pool of the Indiana Daily 3,
I had discovered that the frequency of what I coined "Kin Numbers" that
is numbers that are paired side to side, i.e. 01,12,23,34,45,56,67,78,89
so far, has held the highest overall frequency. Theoretically, this is
likely due to the fact that any 2 numbers can fall on either side of any
1 single number. The pairs 78 and 89 are amongst the highest pairs to date.
Therefore, I have chosen to play these 2 pairs together rather than just 1,
as this significantly increases the possible winning chances as a result
of the central root number being 8, with the numbers 7 and 9 falling on
either side of the 8. This method can in turn be applied to any 2 chosen
high frequency kin number pairings.

Now of course, due to the "random factor" which is the nemesis of all lottery
systems, other kin number pairs can and will pervade at some point. But there
is an upside to this, in that these random trends of high frequency pairs can
be promising leads of which to follow.

Concerning frequencies; as any lottery student knows, there are high and low
periods with any system. It is during the high frequency periods that one may
reap a profit, or at the least, possibly collect on their losses. However, much
like investing in the stock market, determining when a certain high frequency
period has reached it's supposed end is indeed problematic. This not only requires
some of math, but perhaps a certain level of intuition as well. I would suggest
that the wise decision at this point, in order to avoid a loss, is to switch to
what appears to be newly pervading higher frequency numbers.

For those of you who are interested in following the progress my Kin Number pairing
system strategy, I will be updating this page periodically, so check back.

*A nod to the administrators of the Lottery Post in maintaining this excellent site.

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Peace out, Sean. (aka LotteryGeek)