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Charting & Studying the Numbers?!

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Posted: December 2, 2014, 1:06 pm - IP Logged

Hi All! I am brand new here, so forgive me if I've posted this in the wrong place....

I am fairly new at playing lottery, specifically Pick 3 (Idaho).  A few months ago I had never really played the lottery, but on a whim decided to buy a quick pick for the Idaho Pick 3.  Had no clue what I was doing, and by pure dumb luck, I hit a straight match.  So I've continued to play, but started charting and studying the numbers, and researching every chance I get.  So here's the deal: I charted and studied the numbers for several weeks, then finally decided to play.  I hit my 3 numbers on a straight match.  WooHoo!  Over the next few days I didn't buy any tickets, but I still picked numbers off my charting and studying.  3 times in a row I picked a straight match.  So I decide to play again, and am one number off.  That has happened to me three times.  Yesterday I played 3 numbers on a straight bet, and it hit my numbers but not in the order I had them.  ARGH!  So frustrating!!  So I definitely understand that there is no guaranteed method to pick the numbers and win.  But, I'm thinking that there could be something to charting and studying the numbers, except that I feel like I am missing something. I feel as though I'm right there, but there is something I'm not seeing, or considering, or something?!  Does anyone else chart and study the numbers?  If so, what do you look for?  What is significant when studying the numbers?  Also, I'm lost as to how to study the pairs and even begin to predict those!  Any advice would be great.  Thanks for reading and have a great day!!

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    Posted: December 2, 2014, 3:17 pm - IP Logged

    Hi All! I am brand new here, so forgive me if I've posted this in the wrong place....

    I am fairly new at playing lottery, specifically Pick 3 (Idaho).  A few months ago I had never really played the lottery, but on a whim decided to buy a quick pick for the Idaho Pick 3.  Had no clue what I was doing, and by pure dumb luck, I hit a straight match.  So I've continued to play, but started charting and studying the numbers, and researching every chance I get.  So here's the deal: I charted and studied the numbers for several weeks, then finally decided to play.  I hit my 3 numbers on a straight match.  WooHoo!  Over the next few days I didn't buy any tickets, but I still picked numbers off my charting and studying.  3 times in a row I picked a straight match.  So I decide to play again, and am one number off.  That has happened to me three times.  Yesterday I played 3 numbers on a straight bet, and it hit my numbers but not in the order I had them.  ARGH!  So frustrating!!  So I definitely understand that there is no guaranteed method to pick the numbers and win.  But, I'm thinking that there could be something to charting and studying the numbers, except that I feel like I am missing something. I feel as though I'm right there, but there is something I'm not seeing, or considering, or something?!  Does anyone else chart and study the numbers?  If so, what do you look for?  What is significant when studying the numbers?  Also, I'm lost as to how to study the pairs and even begin to predict those!  Any advice would be great.  Thanks for reading and have a great day!!

    sjlucky82 I think you should track position of the balls.  see which digits are missing in each position.  Use the three coldest digits in each position and then use the three hottest digits in each position.  These will usually play out within 3-5 draws.  Ten draws is usually what I do for mid/mid and eve/eve.  Sometimes I combine the draws and I use 20 draws.  Hope this helps out some.  best regards

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      Posted: December 2, 2014, 4:02 pm - IP Logged

      welcome