Kunming China Member #57910 January 23, 2008 3628 Posts Offline

Posted: January 29, 2015, 5:36 am - IP Logged

This is a strategy that I hope will help you win. When we play the pick 3, most of us think about what numbers are going to come out. What if we change our thinking and ask ourselves what numbers WON'T come out for position 1, position 3and position 3. Most of us know that it is uncommon for the same number to repeat the next day. Of course it happens. But statistically speaking not as often. Just like doubles and triples. Sure, back to back doubles happen but statically speaking not as often. That being said here's my idea. Take the last ten draws of your state and see if it's true for YOUR state. I'm going to use the NEW YORK midday last 10 draw for this example. Here are the instructions: Add the 1st position number with the 2nd position number. Let's use 123 as an example draw. NOTE: Remember when you add, always reduce the number so that it's from 0-9.

First step: Add 1+2=3 The next day's draw WILL NOT draw a 3 in the 1st position. Second step: 2+3= 5 The next day's draw WILL NOT draw a 5 in the 3rd position. Last step: 1+3=4 (Add the 1st position number with the 3rd position number to get the 2nd position number which is 4 that WILL NOT be drawn in the 2nd position.) So basically you can avoid playing 3 5 4. Also you can avoid playing the same numbers as the previous draw. REMEMBER THAT IT'S NOT 100% but fool around with it and please post your feedback be them successes and or failures. Thanks for looking. In the example we see New York Midday last ten draws that only 1 time in the 1st position and 3rd position was there a repeat. In the 2nd position NO NUMBERS repeated twice.

Bakersfield, Ca United States Member #89877 April 17, 2010 203 Posts Offline

Posted: January 29, 2015, 11:07 am - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by jackpotismine on January 29, 2015

This is a strategy that I hope will help you win. When we play the pick 3, most of us think about what numbers are going to come out. What if we change our thinking and ask ourselves what numbers WON'T come out for position 1, position 3and position 3. Most of us know that it is uncommon for the same number to repeat the next day. Of course it happens. But statistically speaking not as often. Just like doubles and triples. Sure, back to back doubles happen but statically speaking not as often. That being said here's my idea. Take the last ten draws of your state and see if it's true for YOUR state. I'm going to use the NEW YORK midday last 10 draw for this example. Here are the instructions: Add the 1st position number with the 2nd position number. Let's use 123 as an example draw. NOTE: Remember when you add, always reduce the number so that it's from 0-9.

First step: Add 1+2=3 The next day's draw WILL NOT draw a 3 in the 1st position. Second step: 2+3= 5 The next day's draw WILL NOT draw a 5 in the 3rd position. Last step: 1+3=4 (Add the 1st position number with the 3rd position number to get the 2nd position number which is 4 that WILL NOT be drawn in the 2nd position.) So basically you can avoid playing 3 5 4. Also you can avoid playing the same numbers as the previous draw. REMEMBER THAT IT'S NOT 100% but fool around with it and please post your feedback be them successes and or failures. Thanks for looking. In the example we see New York Midday last ten draws that only 1 time in the 1st position and 3rd position was there a repeat. In the 2nd position NO NUMBERS repeated twice.

Also take note that the repeats were not in the same position.

Maine United States Member #99 January 27, 2002 1023 Posts Offline

Posted: January 29, 2015, 12:06 pm - IP Logged

I agree with you about changing your thinking about how one chooses numbers. I will have to retrain myself somehow. In my state a quick back test of the last 20 games shows your system to be correct 17 times or 85% by position. The other three times the numbers generated were exactly correct for the position. 8 times or 40% one of the numbers generated did play in the next game. History shows that in pick 3 usually one number repeats from the game before and in my state it was 18 of 20 or 80%. So to disregard the numbers from the last game completely would not be a good idea. This will be interesting to play with. Thank you.

If it wasn't impossible I wouldn't even consider it!

United States Member #116344 September 8, 2011 4000 Posts Offline

Posted: January 29, 2015, 1:06 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by ALX on January 29, 2015

I agree with you about changing your thinking about how one chooses numbers. I will have to retrain myself somehow. In my state a quick back test of the last 20 games shows your system to be correct 17 times or 85% by position. The other three times the numbers generated were exactly correct for the position. 8 times or 40% one of the numbers generated did play in the next game. History shows that in pick 3 usually one number repeats from the game before and in my state it was 18 of 20 or 80%. So to disregard the numbers from the last game completely would not be a good idea. This will be interesting to play with. Thank you.

You don't disregard the numbers, you disregard their previous POSITIONS.

Maine United States Member #99 January 27, 2002 1023 Posts Offline

Posted: January 29, 2015, 1:37 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by adobea78 on January 29, 2015

You don't disregard the numbers, you disregard their previous POSITIONS.

I think he said "Also you can avoid playing the numbers from the previous draw." If you could do that and also disregard the 3 numbers generated from his workout then you would be disregarding 6 numbers and only have 4 numbers to choose from for the next game....wouldn't that be nice!

If it wasn't impossible I wouldn't even consider it!

Start off each day with 527 numbers.....not a 1000 numbers.

If you use just the Single numbers each draw you can end up with only 527 numbers to look at.

Most of the time digits do not repeat on top of them-self !

For example .... say the draw today was 123 in that order.

If we filter out all the numbers that contain digit 1 in first position.....2 in 2nd position and ......3 in the 3rd position then it leaves us with only 527 straight numbers to consider instead of 1000 or 720 if we don't use doubles.

See ....look below. IF we take out all the numbers that have those digit s ......in those 3 positions we cut almost half the chart.

First step: Add 1+2=3 The next day's draw WILL NOT draw a 3 in the 1st position. Second step: 2+3= 5 The next day's draw WILL NOT draw a 5 in the 3rd position. Last step: 1+3=4 (Add the 1st position number with the 3rd position number to get the

2nd position number which is 4 that WILL NOT be drawn in the 2nd position.)

Start off each day with 527 numbers.....not a 1000 numbers.

If you use just the Single numbers each draw you can end up with only 527 numbers to look at.

Most of the time digits do not repeat on top of them-self !

For example .... say the draw today was 123 in that order.

If we filter out all the numbers that contain digit 1 in first position.....2 in 2nd position and ......3 in the 3rd position then it leaves us with only 527 straight numbers to consider instead of 1000 or 720 if we don't use doubles.

See ....look below. IF we take out all the numbers that have those digit s ......in those 3 positions we cut almost half the chart.

First step: Add 1+2=3 The next day's draw WILL NOT draw a 3 in the 1st position. Second step: 2+3= 5 The next day's draw WILL NOT draw a 5 in the 3rd position. Last step: 1+3=4 (Add the 1st position number with the 3rd position number to get the

2nd position number which is 4 that WILL NOT be drawn in the 2nd position.)

Kunming China Member #57910 January 23, 2008 3628 Posts Offline

Posted: January 29, 2015, 8:41 pm - IP Logged

Okay. Let me say that when I posted this thread, my goal was to make some and NOT all aware of somethings that I have notice. It's a strategy. It's not a magic number picker. How is this ridiculous? Some members just complaint and never contribute to anything positive on here. That being said, let me clarify how one would use this 'strategy'.

It's a positional strategy. If you play regularly you will keep track of the digits that fall in each position. If you can ELIMINATE two number from one position (for example the 1st, 2nd, or 3rd) wouldn't that allow you to focus on other filters like EVEN, ODD, LOW, HIGH ? That's the goal here nothing else. It would be nice to get feed back.

For example in my pick 3 game last night the number was 367

So I would ask myself, what number canINOT play for position 1? Using my NEW THINKING and STRATEGY I will add :

3+6=9 What this means is that I will not play the number9 in position 1. While I'm at it I won't play number3 either since it came out last night. Remember that this is a positional strategy . Another thing, if your number is great than 9, you have to reduce because you can only play from 0-9. Here is what I mean. Let's say your number drawn was

397if you add 3+9 it will give you 12 which is greater than 9 so you have to add 1+2=3 to reduce it within 0-9. Every position only goes as high as 9.

To get the second position number to NOT play you add the 1st. positional number with the 3rd. positional number which will give you the number NOT to play. In my case that would be 3+7= 10 (10 is larger than 9) so I have to add 1+0=1 (one is within 0-9). So I will NOT play 1 for my 2nd position. I also won't play 6 for my 2nd positional number. To get the 3rd number NOT to play you add the 2nd positional and 3rd positional number. So I add 6+7=13 (13 is larger than 9 so I have to reduce it by adding again 1+3=4). So I won't play 4 for my 3rd positional number. While I'm at it, I won't play the number 7 since it just came out last night. To sum up, I NOT play:

1st position 2nd position 3rd position

9,3 1,6 4,7

Back test this if it works for you.

You don't have to use it for ALL positions. You can pick and choose if you want to use it for just 1 position or all three or just two. I hope I gave clear instructions.

GA United States Member #158157 August 13, 2014 99 Posts Offline

Posted: January 29, 2015, 10:00 pm - IP Logged

Good Thread Jackpot, i tell you what. ill go ahead and report anyone who tried to highjack your thread with their own thing.

Also i took time out from this forums because i have been thinking this way instead of how people think on here. The method of elimination. i think more about what wont happen in the next draw than trying to draw numbers out of the sky.

Just to add, i did a test way back and the ROOT SUM of the last draw almost never shows up in the first position in the next draw. so you can add this to your list and now have a possible 3 digits eliminated in the first position....

United States Member #163175 January 22, 2015 16 Posts Offline

Posted: January 29, 2015, 11:05 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by jackpotismine on January 29, 2015

This is a strategy that I hope will help you win. When we play the pick 3, most of us think about what numbers are going to come out. What if we change our thinking and ask ourselves what numbers WON'T come out for position 1, position 3and position 3. Most of us know that it is uncommon for the same number to repeat the next day. Of course it happens. But statistically speaking not as often. Just like doubles and triples. Sure, back to back doubles happen but statically speaking not as often. That being said here's my idea. Take the last ten draws of your state and see if it's true for YOUR state. I'm going to use the NEW YORK midday last 10 draw for this example. Here are the instructions: Add the 1st position number with the 2nd position number. Let's use 123 as an example draw. NOTE: Remember when you add, always reduce the number so that it's from 0-9.

First step: Add 1+2=3 The next day's draw WILL NOT draw a 3 in the 1st position. Second step: 2+3= 5 The next day's draw WILL NOT draw a 5 in the 3rd position. Last step: 1+3=4 (Add the 1st position number with the 3rd position number to get the 2nd position number which is 4 that WILL NOT be drawn in the 2nd position.) So basically you can avoid playing 3 5 4. Also you can avoid playing the same numbers as the previous draw. REMEMBER THAT IT'S NOT 100% but fool around with it and please post your feedback be them successes and or failures. Thanks for looking. In the example we see New York Midday last ten draws that only 1 time in the 1st position and 3rd position was there a repeat. In the 2nd position NO NUMBERS repeated twice.

Why won't the root sums come out in any of the ,respective, positions?

Michigan United States Member #157287 July 14, 2014 105 Posts Offline

Posted: January 29, 2015, 11:14 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by Need2Hit on January 29, 2015

Why won't the root sums come out in any of the ,respective, positions?

Just saying: "Just to add, i did a test way back and the ROOT SUM of the last draw almost never shows up in the first position in the next draw. so you can add this to your list and now have a possible 3 digits eliminated in the first position...." per the post.