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 Posted: April 9, 2015, 2:08 pm - IP Logged

I am new to this section of LP but have a question. A friend of mine wins consistently by using what he calls binary  codes for the P3. What he seems to do is reduce each position of the pick 3 number to either 0 or 1, depending on whether they are even or odd. The numbers 0,2,4,6,8, are even=0, and 1,3,5,7,9, are odd=1. He does this to each of the positions. He them seems to put the first 2 positions together and codes them, as even + even=0, odd + odd= 0, even + odd= 0 and odd+ even=0. He then does the same to the 2nd and 3rd numbers, and claims they cut the odds down enormously when looking for patterns. He does VERY well, as I just helped him cash 32, straight/box tickets. Has anyone ever tried this, and is he just running on pure luck. He also does something similar in the 5/45 number drawing and has won 4 times that I know of.  Luck or not?

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He is grouping numbers.

5 * 5 * 5 = 125 costs for a straight 500 win. He needs to win 1 time of 4 plays to break even, but you have a 1 out of 8 chance to win.

Binary system is like N1 is a or b, N2 is x or y, N3 is z or i. 2 * 2 * 2 = 8 combinations.

I am not into writing novels.

NASHVILLE, TENN
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I have been trying to find some basis upon which to use binary in the P5 game and have yet to see anything worthwhile.  I am sure your friend is doing something he has not told you.  I am also sure that something has nothing to do with binary.  He has another algorithm.

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 Posted: April 11, 2015, 10:00 am - IP Logged

I am new to this section of LP but have a question. A friend of mine wins consistently by using what he calls binary  codes for the P3. What he seems to do is reduce each position of the pick 3 number to either 0 or 1, depending on whether they are even or odd. The numbers 0,2,4,6,8, are even=0, and 1,3,5,7,9, are odd=1. He does this to each of the positions. He them seems to put the first 2 positions together and codes them, as even + even=0, odd + odd= 0, even + odd= 0 and odd+ even=0. He then does the same to the 2nd and 3rd numbers, and claims they cut the odds down enormously when looking for patterns. He does VERY well, as I just helped him cash 32, straight/box tickets. Has anyone ever tried this, and is he just running on pure luck. He also does something similar in the 5/45 number drawing and has won 4 times that I know of.  Luck or not?

The next time you help your friend cash in his winning tickets, note all the combinations on the tickets and perhaps it would be easier to figure out what he's doing. If he's consider himself your friend too, perhaps he would help you understand better what it is he's doing with his pick3 game since you doing as well would not hinder him winning.

Since no one set of numbers would continue to win I'm assuming he's using a system that's flexible enough to change as conditions changes.

* you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket *

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I am new to this section of LP but have a question. A friend of mine wins consistently by using what he calls binary  codes for the P3. What he seems to do is reduce each position of the pick 3 number to either 0 or 1, depending on whether they are even or odd. The numbers 0,2,4,6,8, are even=0, and 1,3,5,7,9, are odd=1. He does this to each of the positions. He them seems to put the first 2 positions together and codes them, as even + even=0, odd + odd= 0, even + odd= 0 and odd+ even=0. He then does the same to the 2nd and 3rd numbers, and claims they cut the odds down enormously when looking for patterns. He does VERY well, as I just helped him cash 32, straight/box tickets. Has anyone ever tried this, and is he just running on pure luck. He also does something similar in the 5/45 number drawing and has won 4 times that I know of.  Luck or not?

Binary representations of numbers can be used to detect a patterns in any game. If (any even number=0, and any odd number=1), then there are only 8 possible binary combinations for the pick3 game and 16 combinations for the pick4 game.

So using the following condition: even =0; odd=1 here the 8 possible pick3 binary representations:

000

001

010

011

100

101

110

111

The same concept can be applied to pick4, pick5,.....,pickx games

For those who are interested, to apply this theory you will need to convert your state drawing history to its binary representation.

Here an example of binary representation of Okl. pick3 for this month(just substitute any even by 0 and any odd by1):

Reel drawing     Binary

512                    110

354                     110

612                    010

410                     010

840                     000

082                     000

873                     011

012                    010

380                    100

946                    100

826                    000

For good use of this method, convert to binary your last month drawing history alone with the current month.

GOOD LUCK EVERYONE

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 Posted: April 12, 2015, 5:50 pm - IP Logged

Binary representations of numbers can be used to detect a patterns in any game. If (any even number=0, and any odd number=1), then there are only 8 possible binary combinations for the pick3 game and 16 combinations for the pick4 game.

So using the following condition: even =0; odd=1 here the 8 possible pick3 binary representations:

000

001

010

011

100

101

110

111

The same concept can be applied to pick4, pick5,.....,pickx games

For those who are interested, to apply this theory you will need to convert your state drawing history to its binary representation.

Here an example of binary representation of Okl. pick3 for this month(just substitute any even by 0 and any odd by1):

Reel drawing     Binary

512                    110

354                     110

612                    010

410                     010

840                     000

082                     000

873                     011

012                    010

380                    100

946                    100

826                    000

For good use of this method, convert to binary your last month drawing history alone with the current month.

Ok NYC 4/11/15 Eve 096 (Binary 010) EOE  E=0 O=1

NYC 4/12/15 MID 113

using the binary code 010 from 4/11/2015 eve draw how can I get 113 the next day that's what I want to learn? Thank you very much for your help.

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Binary representations of numbers can be used to detect a patterns in any game. If (any even number=0, and any odd number=1), then there are only 8 possible binary combinations for the pick3 game and 16 combinations for the pick4 game.

So using the following condition: even =0; odd=1 here the 8 possible pick3 binary representations:

000

001

010

011

100

101

110

111

The same concept can be applied to pick4, pick5,.....,pickx games

For those who are interested, to apply this theory you will need to convert your state drawing history to its binary representation.

Here an example of binary representation of Okl. pick3 for this month(just substitute any even by 0 and any odd by1):

Reel drawing     Binary

512                    110

354                     110

612                    010

410                     010

840                     000

082                     000

873                     011

012                    010

380                    100

946                    100

826                    000

For good use of this method, convert to binary your last month drawing history alone with the current month.

This was one of the ways I studied binary and the P5 game.  While there is nothing wrong with the way you calculated the binary, there were just too many possible combinations to be of any use.  There were a ton of combinations with 1-1-0 binary.   Any other method would produce almost the same number of lines.

I think the question now becomes, "What can we learn from this?"  As for me, I learned nothing.

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 Posted: April 12, 2015, 8:19 pm - IP Logged

The representation above is just some sort of simplification that allow to see a pattern using a drawing history. There is no way this can give a number to play, but will hep you to know when and on which digit position to use odd/even using the author concept. If you want a real decimal number conversion to 4 digit binary, here they are:

Decimal                   Binary

0                               0000

1                               0001

2                               0010

3                               0011

4                               0100

5                               0101

6                               0110

7                               0111

8                               1000

9                               1001

GOOD LUCK EVERYONE

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