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# Pick 3 Strategy (What number to avoid for the next draw)

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I was thinking again (bad habit of mine). Imagine that there is a game called 'Pick the right number or die'. In this game there are only 10 numbers, 0-9. What makes it so hard to pick the right number from 0-9? What are most of us doing wrong? I have an idea and I'm trying to bring it forth. Look at my last 10 draws in the 1st position. Make believe that there is no Pick 3 and there is only a Pick 1 game in your state. If you get the next draw number correct, you win \$500. Sounds easy but why isn't it? Look at the interval distance between each number that comes out starting from the bottom. The top is the latest number.  Counting forward. What do you think? What are we missing?

Note: None of the interval has repeat back to back in the last 9 draws. What does this mean? Is there something to this?

Starting from the bottom 7 to 7 is0, 7 to 9 is2, 9 to 3 is4, 3 to 8 is5, 8 to 2 is4, 2 to 0 is 8, 0 to 4 is 4, 4 to 2 is 8, 2 to 3 is 1, 3 to 2 is 8.       What will be tonight's interval distance?    2 to ? is ?

 2 3 2 4 0 2 8 3 9 7 7

Hi,

using Adobeas table http://www.lotterypost.com/blog/118297  after two 7's expect 2,4,9,6. Digit 9 come in next draw.

What will come after 2?

Well, two's are not in row but close enough . In the table after digit 2 expect digits 0,9,1,4 in next 1-3 draws.

Kunming
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@CARBOB

I find Lotsoft  hard to navigate. I use it to track followers and some other simple things. What did you think about China's numbers? Any insight?

Play to win!

Kunming
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@lottoswe

In my case, adobeas's table doesn't work most of the time. Thanks for the link all the same.

Play to win!

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@CARBOB

I find Lotsoft  hard to navigate. I use it to track followers and some other simple things. What did you think about China's numbers? Any insight?

We can discuss this. What do you find hard. PM me with your reply.

COLUMBUS,GA.
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@CARBOB

I find Lotsoft  hard to navigate. I use it to track followers and some other simple things. What did you think about China's numbers? Any insight?

I see you have digit 1 at max skip for P1, I also see you have a 6-digit string, 012679, going crazy at

156 draws. That has to end soon. So digits 3458 is a very good choice to make your picks from. If you don't understand the 6-digit rule, this is it. You have had 156 straight draws with either 1 or more of those 6 digits, it has to end. If you believe it will end tonight, play one of those. I ran those thru the program and came up with only 1 combo that has never hit.

445

and as my good friend Win D say's, the string will end, most of the time, with a double.

these are the boxes

345, 348, 358, 458
334, 335, 338, 344, 445, 448, 355, 455, 558, 388, 488, 588
333, 444, 555, 888

Kunming
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@CARBOB

The draw is about to reveal itself in about half an hour. Remember the time difference.

I played 844,841,814,184,100,144 we will find out soon. I only play straight.

Play to win!

Kunming
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@CARBOB

I notice that you posted box sets. I only focus on straight. That's why getting the 1st positional number right is important to me.

Even though in the 2nd position I posted that 4 shouldn't be played, I took a chance for tonight and played 144,844,841.

 1st poistion 2nd position 3rd position Number Drawn Numbers Not to repeat Numbers Not to repeat Numbers Not to repeat 278 9,2,5 1,7,4 6,8,6 367 9,3,5 1,8,5 1,3,1

Play to win!

COLUMBUS,GA.
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@CARBOB

I notice that you posted box sets. I only focus on straight. That's why getting the 1st positional number right is important to me.

Even though in the 2nd position I posted that 4 shouldn't be played, I took a chance for tonight and played 144,844,841.

 1st poistion 2nd position 3rd position Number Drawn Numbers Not to repeat Numbers Not to repeat Numbers Not to repeat 278 9,2,5 1,7,4 6,8,6 367 9,3,5 1,8,5 1,3,1

Tonight, post the draw, thanks for database.

435, 445, 853

Kunming
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Tonight's draw was 117

 1st poistion 2nd position 3rd position Number Drawn Numbers Not to repeat Numbers Not to repeat Numbers Not to repeat 278 9,2,5 1,7,4 6,8,6 367 9,3,5 1,8,5 1,3,1

The 2nd position was wrong and 1 did show.  Position 1 and 3 were correct.

Play to win!

Kunming
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New calculation for tomorrow:

 1st position 2nd position 3rd position Number Drawn Numbers Not to repeat Numbers Not to repeat Numbers Not to repeat 117 2,1,3 8,1,8 8,7,6 278 9,2,5 1,7,4 6,8,6 367 9,3,5 1,8,5 1,3,1

Play to win!

COLUMBUS,GA.
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Tonight's draw was 117

 1st poistion 2nd position 3rd position Number Drawn Numbers Not to repeat Numbers Not to repeat Numbers Not to repeat 278 9,2,5 1,7,4 6,8,6 367 9,3,5 1,8,5 1,3,1

The 2nd position was wrong and 1 did show.  Position 1 and 3 were correct.

The most out digit in P1 hit. The 6-digit string continues. My picks continue for next draw. My draws are updated, thanks for the link.

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@CARBOB

Is there a way to determine the 1st position digit? Yes the1 was out for a long time and it finally fell but waiting out the longest due in my experience is not the best route. What do you think?

Play to win!

COLUMBUS,GA.
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@CARBOB

Is there a way to determine the 1st position digit? Yes the1 was out for a long time and it finally fell but waiting out the longest due in my experience is not the best route. What do you think?

As has been said on this forum, many times, never chase anything. But when something is out max skips, I chase using progression bets, like the 6-digit string, 012679, I would only combos with digits 3,4,5,8. By only using the last years draws in the Shortsums table and picking digit 1 for P1. This is the combos left..

COLUMBUS,GA.
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Jackpot,

There is no way anyone can pick a digit in any position, for certain. That is why I use the shortsums table. I am chasing the P3 in Flmerged, today 4,6,8, playing 728 876 926.

If you start with the Shortsums table and load 3 years of draws, then select digits and other filters. You should end with a playable about of combos.

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these are for China

Number Combination Slasher (Pick 3) NCS3 a16.11

SHEET1:
005 008 023 024 025 028 032 033 034 035 037 038 039 041 042 043 044 047 048 049 050 051 052 053 055 057 058 059 067 068 069 071 073 074 075 076 077 078 079 080 082 083 084 085 086 087 093 094 095 096 097 134 136 138 140 142 143 145 146 148 149 150 152 154 156 158 163 164 165 166 168 169 183 184 185 186 192 194 196 203 204 205 208 221 223 224 226 229 240 241 242 244 245 246 247 250 251 253 254 255 256 257 259 262 263 264 265 266 267 269 273 274 275 276 277 280 291 292 293 295 296 299 302 303 304 305 307 308 309 314 316 318 330 332 334 336 338 350 352 356 358 361 362 363 364 365 366 367 368 370 372 374 376 380 381 383 385 386 390 392 401 402 403 404 407 408 409 410 412 413 415 416 418 419 420 421 422 424 425 426 427 440 442 443 445 446 448 449 461 462 463 464 466 467 470 472 473 475 476 479 480 481 484 489 490 491 494 497 498 499 500 501 502 503 505 507 508 509 510 512 514 516 518 520 521 523 524 525 526 527 529 530 532 536 538 550 552 554 556 570 572 574 578 580 581 583 587 589 590 592 596 598 607 608 609 613 614 615 616 618 619 622 623 624 625 626 627 629 631 632 633 634 635 636 637 638 641 642 643 644 646 647 661 662 663 664 665 668 669 680 681 683 686 690 691 692 695 696 697 699 701 703 704 705 706 707 708 709 710 718 723 724 725 726 727 730 732 734 736 740 742 743 745 746 749 750 752 754 758 770 772 776 778 790 794 796 800 802 803 804 805 806 807 813 814 815 816 820 830 831 833 835 836 840 841 844 849 850 851 853 857 859 860 861 863 866 903 904 905 906 907 912 914 916 921 922 923 925 926 929 930 932 940 941 944 947 948 949 950 952 956 958 960 961 962 965 966 967 969 970 974 976 992 994 996
Items: 405

Copyright 2008-2011 Mike K. (NCSCI i16.11)

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