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# 1º ching in lottery?

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bgonÃ§alves
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Hello,  tia, and carbob, the 0-9 can be divided into three sectors
K = 0,1,2, U = O = 3,4,5,6 7,8,9 three groups are in each position of pick3
Closed line of the hexagram is even and odd line is open
The hexagram with three closed lines is chosen a digit
Each of the groups
1 k = 0,1,2
2 L = 3,4,5,6
The 3rd = 7,8,9
Hexagram 3 closed lines = 0,4,8 or 2,6,8 etc ...
And so with other seven patterns, with this you can have control of the subgroups
In each position, and see small subdivision standards.

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You should use the sticks or the coins to see what they portend. The I-Ching, also known as the Book of Changes is a guide, not for number predictions.

Or, better, the flight patterns of birds.  "Augury" was the official Roman predictor-of-choice for many hundreds of years, at some points employing enough people to form a bureaucracy.

Another very popular oracle tool for centuries, all through the Middle Ages, was "Sortes Vergilianae" - flipping to a random page of Virgil's Aeneid, then taking your fortune from the random line your finger landed on.

They sound ludicrous, but one does wonder... things that persist like that for untold generations, when they didn't have to... could they have been totally wrong?...

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You should use the sticks or the coins to see what they portend. The I-Ching, also known as the Book of Changes is a guide, not for number predictions.

Or, better, the flight patterns of birds.  "Augury" was the official Roman predictor-of-choice for many hundreds of years, at some points employing enough people to form a bureaucracy.

Another very popular oracle tool for centuries, all through the Middle Ages, was "Sortes Vergilianae" - flipping to a random page of Virgil's Aeneid, then taking your fortune from the random line your finger landed on.

They sound ludicrous, but one does wonder... things that persist like that for untold generations, when they didn't have to... could they have been totally wrong?...

Hello, peergynt, what matters for another lottery pick 3 or is the division into parts, to build a lookup table
Standards as vtrac, type a reductant, to see three digit positional Or pairs, a table that can help predict pick3 From 0-9, the filosóficam part does not help, what help
It is the perfect table of 64 patterns, giving order to chaos

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Hello,TIA E CARBOB,can divide into eight patterns, positioning
Or vertically in 3 positions on the eight standards pick3
example
Three closed lines are all combinations 000-999
Pairs, 002, 0006, 4,6,8
All open lines (odd) 000-999
111.115, 5,9,7
And so with after 6 standards, we have 8 patterns Represented in odd and even closed line (-----) pair, open line (---- -----) odd
We clssificar the pick 3 8 patterns vertically positionally With these eight patterns

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Hello, peergynt, what matters for another lottery pick 3 or is the division into parts, to build a lookup table
Standards as vtrac, type a reductant, to see three digit positional Or pairs, a table that can help predict pick3 From 0-9, the filosóficam part does not help, what help
It is the perfect table of 64 patterns, giving order to chaos

I'm having a hard time understanding this - maybe you can give a step-by-step example, Dr San?

As to the hexagram example earlier... can you post a picture of a hexagram, with all of its sides, inside and out, accounted for? That would be an interesting angle, maybe there's something to it.. it was once known as the "Seal of Solomon," supposedly containing great and magical powers.  Maybe it contained the secrets of numbers as well?...

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I'm having a hard time understanding this - maybe you can give a step-by-step example, Dr San?

As to the hexagram example earlier... can you post a picture of a hexagram, with all of its sides, inside and out, accounted for? That would be an interesting angle, maybe there's something to it.. it was once known as the "Seal of Solomon," supposedly containing great and magical powers.  Maybe it contained the secrets of numbers as well?...

You and me both. The reasoning is not there for a Pick 3 game. Why would anyone want to take 30 possibilities and turn it into 64? Same with Pick 4. 36 possibilities is less than 64.

Five times 9 = 45. 6 times 9 = 54.  Still don't see any use for increasing the possibilities.

Seems like something to do if you have a lot of time to waste. And three days later it will be tossed aside like every other idea dr san posts.

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hello, Peer Gynt, remember, we are just seeing how you can
Find a table of chaotic patterns, that can give us some Clues to pick3 well
Let's take the last five Sweepstakes pick3
458
852
129
360
957
Sort w = 0,1,2,3      O = 4.5      1 = 6,7,8,9
Catch per vertical column = 4,8,1,3,9 = convert = o1ww1
2ªcoluna = 5,5,2,6,5 = convert = 00w10
3ªcoluna = 82,,9,0,7 convert 1w1w1
We have three patterns, we can now use the 1st ching?

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hello, Peer Gynt, remember, we are just seeing how you can
Find a table of chaotic patterns, that can give us some Clues to pick3 well
Let's take the last five Sweepstakes pick3
458
852
129
360
957
Sort w = 0,1,2,3      O = 4.5      1 = 6,7,8,9
Catch per vertical column = 4,8,1,3,9 = convert = o1ww1
2ªcoluna = 5,5,2,6,5 = convert = 00w10
3ªcoluna = 82,,9,0,7 convert 1w1w1
We have three patterns, we can now use the 1st ching?

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bgonÃ§alves
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Hello, peer, let's try to create a table of standards
0- of 9 per column = wo1
We where the 1st ching can join the chaotic table
We will have to play at least five games because
W01 The code parses per column vertically, ok
Finding a pattern in the table both online
or column
Example = 01w1w = singfica = 5,8, .....
In the 1st column ..

It's a system that we have yet to create and test. noted that
the group center
The 1st ching may inspire us in preventing

bgonÃ§alves
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Hello, peer, let's try to create a table of standards
0- of 9 per column = wo1
We where the 1st ching can join the chaotic table
We will have to play at least five games because
W01 The code parses per column vertically, ok
Finding a pattern in the table both online
or column
Example = 01w1w = singfica = 5,8, .....
In the 1st column ..

It's a system that we have yet to create and test. noted that
the group center
The 1st ching may inspire us in preventing

hello, peer, when, can join the Cars table with 0 1 ching, we
see trends in patterns of both the left and right, etc. acim low table
values ??w = 1.0, of course we will have to play plays at least 5 games, for more in various raffles, peer, fancies you will be part of 50/50 when you can create the system

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I'm starting to get the gist of what you're getting at, Dr. San.  It'll take some more study and brain-bending to fully grasp it.  It's definitely intriguing.  I think I see what you're going at, trying to identify patterns of recurrence - sort of reminds me of what Adobea aims at.

I'm still not entirely sure how this relates to the iChing, except as maybe an available model.  I really don't think the iChing has any secrets of mathematics to impart... but what do I know?  That kind of play seems best left to the Mystical forum.

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Hello, garyo another way to represent the binary
2 = 1
9 = 0
4 = 1
7 = 0
5 = 1
3 = 0
6 = 1
1 = 0
8 = 1
0 = 0 in Example 3 and pick 4 pick
458 = 111. another ex = 290 = 100
Pick 4 4591 = 1100

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Hello, garyo another way to represent the binary
2 = 1
9 = 0
4 = 1
7 = 0
5 = 1
3 = 0
6 = 1
1 = 0
8 = 1
0 = 0 in Example 3 and pick 4 pick
458 = 111. another ex = 290 = 100
Pick 4 4591 = 1100

Hello, you can use the last 5 sweepstakes to see
Upright position by code
example
459
863
250
159
753
1st column = 4,8,2,1,7 = CODIG = 1,1,1,0,0
2nd = 5,6,5,5,3                             1,1,1,1,0
3rd column = 9,3,0,9,3 =               0,0,0,0,0
1 1 0
1 1 0
1 1 0
0 1 0
0 0 0

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Hello, you can use the last 5 sweepstakes to see
Upright position by code
example
459
863
250
159
753
1st column = 4,8,2,1,7 = CODIG = 1,1,1,0,0
2nd = 5,6,5,5,3                             1,1,1,1,0
3rd column = 9,3,0,9,3 =               0,0,0,0,0
1 1 0
1 1 0
1 1 0
0 1 0
0 0 0

you can use them as pairs of the subset of the previous draw in a horizontal, vertical or diagonal manner. When following repeated pairs subsequently arrange themselves into a pair of digits that has appeared the most in x number of drawings, assimilate numbers that follow numbers and you will get a reduced set. I hit 3/5 in 5/39 using this with a few tickets. However one must know precisely the digits following . Much research is needed for  your lotto

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you can use them as pairs of the subset of the previous draw in a horizontal, vertical or diagonal manner. When following repeated pairs subsequently arrange themselves into a pair of digits that has appeared the most in x number of drawings, assimilate numbers that follow numbers and you will get a reduced set. I hit 3/5 in 5/39 using this with a few tickets. However one must know precisely the digits following . Much research is needed for  your lotto

Hello flossdog, you can use 5 or 6 previous draws And see for each code position 0.1, and see how it Relates to neighboring upright position, course it will have to play at least 5 bets

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