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Can you pin-point just one digit, good for any position, two times out of three?

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Posted: May 1, 2015, 3:14 pm - IP Logged

How do you do it?

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    Posted: May 1, 2015, 5:40 pm - IP Logged

    Pick 3:

    3 balls are drawn, just name one digit boxed.

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      Posted: May 2, 2015, 12:42 am - IP Logged

      How do you do it?

      "Beware of mistakes"

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      I think that this stuff went on for more than 2 months, maybe this one being the first post of that kind:

      http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/201409/1442707

      http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/201409/1442776

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      http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/201409/1442843

      http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/201409/1443206

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      The next prediction was just trash

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      I guess the next one was trash also

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      I guess the next one was so, so:

      http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/201409/1444674

      http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/201409/1444724

      http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/201409/1444822

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      Not really good, kind of bad.

      http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/201409/1445166

      http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/201409/1445216

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      http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/201409/1445446

      http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/201409/1445864

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      http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/203017/1447085

      http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/203017/1447253

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      A lot of the stuff seems to be gone, I guess because I put the predictions inside images-pictures on places like image-shack.

      Anyhow, some digits predictions were bad, some were fair and some were good.

      I think that I posted such for more than 2 months.

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        Posted: May 2, 2015, 5:35 am - IP Logged

        "Beware of mistakes"

        -------------------

        I think that this stuff went on for more than 2 months, maybe this one being the first post of that kind:

        http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/201409/1442707

        http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/201409/1442776

        ----------------------

        http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/201409/1442843

        http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/201409/1443206

        ------------------

        The next prediction was just trash

        ----------------------------

        I guess the next one was trash also

        -------------------------

        I guess the next one was so, so:

        http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/201409/1444674

        http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/201409/1444724

        http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/201409/1444822

        -------

        Not really good, kind of bad.

        http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/201409/1445166

        http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/201409/1445216

        ------------------

        http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/201409/1445446

        http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/201409/1445864

        -------------

        http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/203017/1447085

        http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/203017/1447253

        --------------

        A lot of the stuff seems to be gone, I guess because I put the predictions inside images-pictures on places like image-shack.

        Anyhow, some digits predictions were bad, some were fair and some were good.

        I think that I posted such for more than 2 months.

        Just ONE digit with a sure technique.

        Not a series of numbers and couples or such,
        just one single boxed digit that is represented once, twice or three times in the drawn combination!

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          Posted: May 2, 2015, 6:48 am - IP Logged

          Just ONE digit with a sure technique.

          Not a series of numbers and couples or such,
          just one single boxed digit that is represented once, twice or three times in the drawn combination!

          Serge,

          If you know one, post it. I don't believe anyone has come up with a way to predict, one digit.

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            Posted: May 2, 2015, 11:45 am - IP Logged

            Serge,

            If you know one, post it. I don't believe anyone has come up with a way to predict, one digit.

            CARBOB

            I believe that none of you found.

            In your response I found a question not an answer.
            I was asking YOU to post the answer.
            What is it with you guys?

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              Posted: May 2, 2015, 1:21 pm - IP Logged

              Must be a trick question. I don't know one, do you?

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                Posted: May 2, 2015, 1:31 pm - IP Logged

                Just ONE digit with a sure technique.

                Not a series of numbers and couples or such,
                just one single boxed digit that is represented once, twice or three times in the drawn combination!

                There is not such a technique, a for SURE one.

                MrProgrammer  Cool

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                  If someone could predict one digit then what's to stop them from predicting two or even three.

                  I have seen some methods work well and then go south like migrating birds.  All of our Skills,

                  metaphysical insights etc.. cannot remove the element of chance from the equation.   Picking

                  3 random digits should produce a one number match on average of once in every 3.3 attempts.

                  RL

                  Working on my Ph.D.  "University of hard Knocks"

                  I will consider the opinion that my winnings are a product of chance if you are willing to consider

                  they are not.  Many great discoveries come while searching for something else

                  USAF https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prime_Base_Engineer_Emergency_Force

                    US Flag Trump / 2016 & 2020  

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                    I'll be as brief as I can.
                    1. No man or machine can accurately and consistently know what the next winning combination will be.
                    2. The best we can do is generate rationale tracking charts that provide useful clues that aid the guesswork in choosing which digits/numbers seem to have the best chance of being in the next winning combination.
                    I have a paper/pen workout that uses the power of substitution to generate multiple tracking charts that map game history. In other words, the detailed charts reveal where a game has been and where it might be headed in future.
                    There are many charts and almost all of them provide good clues from time to time.
                    One important feature relies on the notion that a winning combination has an alphabetical signature.
                    Examples: 148/ABC; 123/AAA; 489/BCC; 320/AAR, etc.
                    According to the Alpha Signature trend charts, the next winning combination should include two As and a C, or, AAC.
                    If I'm interpreting the trend correctly, one of my charts (Star Chart) indicates that the lottery digits for the double A could be a '1' and '3'.
                    Therefore, my response to the Serge challenge is that a '1' will be in the winning combination for the May 2 Texas Pick 3 Evening drawing.
                    What is a Star Chart??
                    It's a trend chart that tracks 3 or 4 of the 10 digits in a pick 3 game.
                    Each time a 1, 2 or a 3 is in a winning combination, it is logged on the chart with a large, black dot at the appropriate Row/Column coordinates.
                    This chart, which is very useful for folks who have the ability to mentally evaluate a trend and make an intuitive judgment on where the dot will fall next, provides a quick guess, in lieu of detailed chart analysis.
                    I use the chart to help me make what my intuition and other factors indicate are good choices.
                    A big feature of the chart is the presence of unique dot patterns depicting Right and Left Diagonals, Right and Left Steps, Teaspoon, Tablespoon, Bowls with two, three, or four dot base, a large M or W, and other patterns.
                    These patterns are formed by numerical sequences, but guessing the next pattern is more fun.
                    Here are the last nine consecutive Dot positions I evaluated for this challenge.
                    I'm a Standard member and I can't send graphics.
                    The 'e' indicates the cell is empty.
                    'A'
                    1*eeeeeeee
                    2eeee***e*
                    3e***eee*e
                    'C'
                    7eeee*ee*e
                    8e**ee*eee
                    9*ee*eeee*
                    0eeeeee*ee
                    Note that the last 3 dots in 'A' formed what I call a Teaspoon (22232).
                    What's Next? I'm guessing the next dot will be on Line A will be '1' and then '3'.
                    This will generate a Right Diagonal.

                    'C' - I don't see any pattern possibilities, which occurs frequently with Line C.
                    Therefore, I referred to other tracking charts to guide my selection.
                    I call the chart STAR because if anyone can evaluate the trend and make the correct choice most of the time is certainly a Lotto Star!!
                    My educated guess is that the next combination will contain the digits 1, 3 and 8.

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                      If someone could predict one digit then what's to stop them from predicting two or even three.

                      I have seen some methods work well and then go south like migrating birds.  All of our Skills,

                      metaphysical insights etc.. cannot remove the element of chance from the equation.   Picking

                      3 random digits should produce a one number match on average of once in every 3.3 attempts.

                      RL

                      The odds of getting one digit right are 1:3.69. That may be as triple, double or single. Getting that digit right once in three is beating the odds but not good enough.

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                        Posted: May 2, 2015, 5:34 pm - IP Logged

                        Give two digits and your odds of getting at least one right are 1:2.05. For this you need to be right for every bet. There is no margin for error.

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                          Odds and probability has validity in a total normal distribution, take for example the simple flip of a coin> The odds are 50/50, but for a short span data like  H H T H T T H H H T H T T T H T H H H T, your best bet is non-parametric sampling which does not rely on probability of distribution, but rather inferential order of variables, you can do this by mere observation. I will rather pick H as my next three events rather than T, though the odds indicates 50/50. Interpretation /perception of Probability and odds in random setting plays trick on the human mind all the time--- Intuition overrides logic in most critical decisions.

                          Predicting the next digit has no value if the betting condition is not set (EXACT or BOX), even by observation, the statistics tells us a digit returns most of the time, can you quantify the keyword 'most' into a playable and winning strategy.

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                            Posted: May 2, 2015, 7:19 pm - IP Logged

                            I'll be as brief as I can.
                            1. No man or machine can accurately and consistently know what the next winning combination will be.
                            2. The best we can do is generate rationale tracking charts that provide useful clues that aid the guesswork in choosing which digits/numbers seem to have the best chance of being in the next winning combination.
                            I have a paper/pen workout that uses the power of substitution to generate multiple tracking charts that map game history. In other words, the detailed charts reveal where a game has been and where it might be headed in future.
                            There are many charts and almost all of them provide good clues from time to time.
                            One important feature relies on the notion that a winning combination has an alphabetical signature.
                            Examples: 148/ABC; 123/AAA; 489/BCC; 320/AAR, etc.
                            According to the Alpha Signature trend charts, the next winning combination should include two As and a C, or, AAC.
                            If I'm interpreting the trend correctly, one of my charts (Star Chart) indicates that the lottery digits for the double A could be a '1' and '3'.
                            Therefore, my response to the Serge challenge is that a '1' will be in the winning combination for the May 2 Texas Pick 3 Evening drawing.
                            What is a Star Chart??
                            It's a trend chart that tracks 3 or 4 of the 10 digits in a pick 3 game.
                            Each time a 1, 2 or a 3 is in a winning combination, it is logged on the chart with a large, black dot at the appropriate Row/Column coordinates.
                            This chart, which is very useful for folks who have the ability to mentally evaluate a trend and make an intuitive judgment on where the dot will fall next, provides a quick guess, in lieu of detailed chart analysis.
                            I use the chart to help me make what my intuition and other factors indicate are good choices.
                            A big feature of the chart is the presence of unique dot patterns depicting Right and Left Diagonals, Right and Left Steps, Teaspoon, Tablespoon, Bowls with two, three, or four dot base, a large M or W, and other patterns.
                            These patterns are formed by numerical sequences, but guessing the next pattern is more fun.
                            Here are the last nine consecutive Dot positions I evaluated for this challenge.
                            I'm a Standard member and I can't send graphics.
                            The 'e' indicates the cell is empty.
                            'A'
                            1*eeeeeeee
                            2eeee***e*
                            3e***eee*e
                            'C'
                            7eeee*ee*e
                            8e**ee*eee
                            9*ee*eeee*
                            0eeeeee*ee
                            Note that the last 3 dots in 'A' formed what I call a Teaspoon (22232).
                            What's Next? I'm guessing the next dot will be on Line A will be '1' and then '3'.
                            This will generate a Right Diagonal.

                            'C' - I don't see any pattern possibilities, which occurs frequently with Line C.
                            Therefore, I referred to other tracking charts to guide my selection.
                            I call the chart STAR because if anyone can evaluate the trend and make the correct choice most of the time is certainly a Lotto Star!!
                            My educated guess is that the next combination will contain the digits 1, 3 and 8.

                            The winning combination for the Texas Pick 3 Evening drawing is 223, which equates in my workout to AAA.

                            I was close in some respects, but, close only counts in horseshoes.

                            Regarding comments about odds, etc, etc.
                            My opinion is that folks who believe that winning combinations are based on some unknown mathematical formulae actually believe
                            that the output of a lottery machine is managed by unseen forces.
                            I've viewed many drawings and I'm convinced that the drawing outcomes are based solely on chance, and that attempting to reverse
                            engineer the machines is futile.
                            Why people want to give life where none exists is amazing.
                            The lottery balls are nothing more than dumb objects disturbed by compressed air, paddles or other non-math features.
                            I have generated multiple tracking charts. I evaluate the trend lines and choose (guess) the digits that seem to have the
                            best chance of being in the winning combinations.
                            I don't always make the right choices, but I'm winning often enough to make all the work maintaining the charts worthwhile.

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                              The challenge posed by Serge is two out of three.
                              According to my tracking charts, the next winning combination, May 2, Night drawing,  will have an Alpha Signature of ACR.
                              There are too many possibilities in the Star Charts.
                              Using other trend lines, I believe the three digits will be 3, 8, 0.
                              I don't think there will be consecutive lottery digit doubles, but, you never know.
                              Regarding my plays.
                              When I decide on Pick 3, I usually choose combinations based on double A, double B and double C.
                              Double R is a real dark horse, so, I rarely choose it.
                              Single combinations are frequent arrivals, and I usually choose the one the trend lines suggest.
                              The final play set usually have one combination from each of the three doubles, one single and one lottery digit double.
                              Played both ways, total cost $5.
                              Please keep in mind that the terms I'm using apply to my workout only.