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

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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.

Again someone responding with a question. YOU are supposed to give the answer! The rule is simple, just one digit.

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No one knows. Close the thread.

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Again someone responding with a question. YOU are supposed to give the answer! The rule is simple, just one digit.

Must be a trick question, my first response would be No as there is no way to predict with any certainty that

any digit will show once out of every 10 let alone 2 out of 3.   There are 10*9*8=720 single digit lines.  There

are 81 lines for each position for which a single digit can be drawn without a double or triple showing for the

predicted digit.  This means that the odds are 1 in (1000 / 243) or =1 in 4.115 for a single game mathematically.

On the other hand I can pinpoint a digit that is good for any position 3 out of 3 games with 100% certainty since

it is not specified that the digit is required to show but since the digit can only be good for 2 out of 3 games then

the answer is also NO because all 10 digits should be considered good for any position.

If there is a method to predict or pin-point a digit that will show 2 out of every 3 games then I would very much

like to know how to select it.

RL

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Must be a trick question, my first response would be No as there is no way to predict with any certainty that

any digit will show once out of every 10 let alone 2 out of 3.   There are 10*9*8=720 single digit lines.  There

are 81 lines for each position for which a single digit can be drawn without a double or triple showing for the

predicted digit.  This means that the odds are 1 in (1000 / 243) or =1 in 4.115 for a single game mathematically.

On the other hand I can pinpoint a digit that is good for any position 3 out of 3 games with 100% certainty since

it is not specified that the digit is required to show but since the digit can only be good for 2 out of 3 games then

the answer is also NO because all 10 digits should be considered good for any position.

If there is a method to predict or pin-point a digit that will show 2 out of every 3 games then I would very much

like to know how to select it.

RL

It is not a trick question. Just one digit is asked for one bet. One boxed key number, if you want to call it like that.

If you can get the digit 3 out of 3 that covers 2 out of 3 for me. If you announce three digits and two of them are drawn for one predicted drawing, that is also fine for me. I gave the correct odds above. I gave the rules for the challenge. The player has the right to skip plays, not playing is not betting and not losing.

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Again someone responding with a question. YOU are supposed to give the answer! The rule is simple, just one digit.

You pose a question for 'yes or no' answer, isn't ironical when you quote odds and probability, lots of nuances in any random setting, my answer was ' a digit returns' most of the times, but am ' suppose to give the answer'!

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The winning combination for the May 2 Texas Pick 3 Night Drawing is '820'
In my substitution workout, the Alpha Signature is 'CAR'
My analysis of appropriate trend lines in several tracking charts, and additional processing, suggested I use Alpha Signature 'ACR' to guide my lottery digit selections.
Other tracking charts, and processing, suggested the best lottery digits to play were '380'
I had two hits and missed the third by one.
Had I been generating combinations for actual play, I would have no doubt played 180, 280 and 380, giving a Box win.
Why did I choose '2'??
In my workout, I have three trend lines that aid the selection of best lottery digits.
In this instance, the Star Chart had too many possibilities.
The primary Follower trend line wasn't very strong for either digit.
So, I went to the third choice - another Follower trend line, that clearly indicated '3' was the best choice.
That's the way it goes with guesswork - sometimes you hit, sometime you miss!!

Here is my third challenge choice for May 4 Texas Pick 3 Morning drawing;

Combination - '397/ACC'

Because the last Alpha Signature was a 'Single', there is no change in the Alpha Double trend lines.
Therefore, I'll stick with my previous analysis indicating the double will be a Double C.
Referring to what I call 'Rap Sheets', there are 10 possible Alpha Signatures with an Alpha C, including 'CCC'
A trend line associated with the chart suggests that the second letter in the Alpha Signature could be 'A', which presented 4 possibilities.
I evaluated the Star Chart for these possibilities and decided that 'ACC' would be best choice for a Straight win.

I don't view the challenge as a 'trick' question because I'm choosing 2 out of 3, or 2 out of 4, digits every time I use my workout to play a pick 3/4 game.
It's routine stuff for me.
Finding the correct answer to multiple What's Next questions is by no means an easy chore.
I have created numerous tracking charts to guide my selections.
Andmy confidence that I can make the right choices grows every time I use the workout, although I'm not winning as often as I would like.
I'm flying solo here.
I wish I had a few contributors but I've more or less given up on the thought that others are willing to try something original, new and different.
I decided that trying to manage 10 digits at once just wasn't worthwhile, as 25 or more years of failed lottery workout history clearly shows.
Instead, I break the game into 3 major parts, with each part having multiple tracking trend lines contributing to the total selection package.
Therefore, all the odds, percentages and other factors being stressed here and elsewhere pertaining to traditional workouts have no meaning to my way of generating combinations for play.
I don't believe there is a mathematical solution, as many so-called experts stress.
I rely on my interpretive abilities, pure and simple.
The odds of this or that happening doesn't apply.

Question:  Am I the only one willing to step up and demonstrate a technique that can give good answers to the challenge question??

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This is just a key prediction for CT
1 : 18 12 14

It does require intensive testing to be good at keys. Lets seee what CT pulls. Good luck

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How do you do it?

Simple:

A mind once stretched by a new idea never returns to its original dimensions!

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The winning combination for the May 2 Texas Pick 3 Night Drawing is '820'
In my substitution workout, the Alpha Signature is 'CAR'
My analysis of appropriate trend lines in several tracking charts, and additional processing, suggested I use Alpha Signature 'ACR' to guide my lottery digit selections.
Other tracking charts, and processing, suggested the best lottery digits to play were '380'
I had two hits and missed the third by one.
Had I been generating combinations for actual play, I would have no doubt played 180, 280 and 380, giving a Box win.
Why did I choose '2'??
In my workout, I have three trend lines that aid the selection of best lottery digits.
In this instance, the Star Chart had too many possibilities.
The primary Follower trend line wasn't very strong for either digit.
So, I went to the third choice - another Follower trend line, that clearly indicated '3' was the best choice.
That's the way it goes with guesswork - sometimes you hit, sometime you miss!!

Here is my third challenge choice for May 4 Texas Pick 3 Morning drawing;

Combination - '397/ACC'

Because the last Alpha Signature was a 'Single', there is no change in the Alpha Double trend lines.
Therefore, I'll stick with my previous analysis indicating the double will be a Double C.
Referring to what I call 'Rap Sheets', there are 10 possible Alpha Signatures with an Alpha C, including 'CCC'
A trend line associated with the chart suggests that the second letter in the Alpha Signature could be 'A', which presented 4 possibilities.
I evaluated the Star Chart for these possibilities and decided that 'ACC' would be best choice for a Straight win.

I don't view the challenge as a 'trick' question because I'm choosing 2 out of 3, or 2 out of 4, digits every time I use my workout to play a pick 3/4 game.
It's routine stuff for me.
Finding the correct answer to multiple What's Next questions is by no means an easy chore.
I have created numerous tracking charts to guide my selections.
Andmy confidence that I can make the right choices grows every time I use the workout, although I'm not winning as often as I would like.
I'm flying solo here.
I wish I had a few contributors but I've more or less given up on the thought that others are willing to try something original, new and different.
I decided that trying to manage 10 digits at once just wasn't worthwhile, as 25 or more years of failed lottery workout history clearly shows.
Instead, I break the game into 3 major parts, with each part having multiple tracking trend lines contributing to the total selection package.
Therefore, all the odds, percentages and other factors being stressed here and elsewhere pertaining to traditional workouts have no meaning to my way of generating combinations for play.
I don't believe there is a mathematical solution, as many so-called experts stress.
I rely on my interpretive abilities, pure and simple.
The odds of this or that happening doesn't apply.

Question:  Am I the only one willing to step up and demonstrate a technique that can give good answers to the challenge question??

Enhance your chart with non-parametric sampling where probability of distribution is not considered

TX>EVE

Date  Results
Sat, May 2, 20152-2-3, Sum It Up: 7?Prize Payouts
Fri, May 1, 20155-4-7, Sum It Up: 16?Prize Payouts
Thu, Apr 30, 20155-3-3, Sum It Up: 11?Prize Payouts
Wed, Apr 29, 20153-3-7, Sum It Up: 13?Prize Payouts
Tue, Apr 28, 20155-3-9, Sum It Up: 17?Prize Payouts
Mon, Apr 27, 20158-0-2, Sum It Up: 10?Prize Payouts
Sat, Apr 25, 20150-7-5, Sum It Up: 12?Prize Payouts
Fri, Apr 24, 20159-0-7, Sum It Up: 16?Prize Payouts
Thu, Apr 23, 20155-5-8, Sum It Up: 18?Prize Payouts
Wed, Apr 22, 20150-0-2, Sum It Up: 2?Prize Payouts
Tue, Apr 21, 20158-8-1, Sum It Up: 17?Prize Payouts
Mon, Apr 20, 20155-1-2, Sum It Up: 8?Prize Payouts
Sat, Apr 18, 20159-6-1, Sum It Up: 16?Prize Payouts
Fri, Apr 17, 20152-7-9, Sum It Up: 18?Prize Payouts
Thu, Apr 16, 20151-6-5, Sum It Up: 12?Prize Payouts
Wed, Apr 15, 20159-6-0, Sum It Up: 15?Prize Payouts
Tue, Apr 14, 20159-2-0, Sum It Up: 11?Prize Payouts
Mon, Apr 13, 20155-2-6, Sum It Up: 13?Prize Payouts
Sat, Apr 11, 20159-1-8, Sum It Up: 18?Prize Payouts
Fri, Apr 10, 20154-8-0, Sum It Up: 12?Prize Payouts
Thu, Apr 9, 20152-1-1, Sum It Up: 4?Prize Payouts
Wed, Apr 8, 20151-7-1, Sum It Up: 9?Prize Payouts
Tue, Apr 7, 20154-3-1, Sum It Up: 8?Prize Payouts
Mon, Apr 6, 20157-3-6, Sum It Up: 16?Prize Payouts
Sat, Apr 4, 20151-2-6, Sum It Up: 9?Prize Payouts
Fri, Apr 3, 20157-9-4, Sum It Up: 20?Prize Payouts
Thu, Apr 2, 20159-3-0, Sum It Up: 12?Prize Payouts
Wed, Apr 1, 20157-5-4, Sum It Up: 16?Prize Payouts
Tue, Mar 31, 20152-4-7, Sum It Up: 13?Prize Payouts
Mon, Mar 30, 20151-8-3, Sum It Up: 12?Prize Payouts
Sat, Mar 28, 20159-7-8, Sum It Up: 24?Prize Payouts
Fri, Mar 27, 20159-9-1, Sum It Up: 19?Prize Payouts
Thu, Mar 26, 20155-2-3, Sum It Up: 10?Prize Payouts
Wed, Mar 25, 20151-9-0, Sum It Up: 10?Prize Payouts
Tue, Mar 24, 20152-5-3, Sum It Up: 10?Prize Payouts
Mon, Mar 23, 20150-2-5, Sum It Up: 7?Prize Payouts
Sat, Mar 21, 20157-6-2, Sum It Up: 15?Prize Payouts
Fri, Mar 20, 20159-3-1, Sum It Up: 13?Prize Payouts
Thu, Mar 19, 20156-4-6, Sum It Up: 16?Prize Payouts
Wed, Mar 18, 20158-3-8, Sum It Up: 19?Prize Payouts

draw      data trend         filter        baseline      hit

838        200810            838          021           025

646        728993          646,931     728           762

931        476350         931, 762     450           025

762       733551         762             351            253

025      021683         025,253       168            183

253      578773        253               778           978

190     326621        190              326            523

NB> every draw generates a data by non-parametric sampling, with which the next pair can be located and control for str8 hits, no probability assumed here, the baseline and your waging strategy is all that matters.

Google data sampling and focus more on non-parametric sampling, am just throwing 'a bone', I like your approach.

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Enhance your chart with non-parametric sampling where probability of distribution is not considered

TX>EVE

Date  Results
Sat, May 2, 20152-2-3, Sum It Up: 7?Prize Payouts
Fri, May 1, 20155-4-7, Sum It Up: 16?Prize Payouts
Thu, Apr 30, 20155-3-3, Sum It Up: 11?Prize Payouts
Wed, Apr 29, 20153-3-7, Sum It Up: 13?Prize Payouts
Tue, Apr 28, 20155-3-9, Sum It Up: 17?Prize Payouts
Mon, Apr 27, 20158-0-2, Sum It Up: 10?Prize Payouts
Sat, Apr 25, 20150-7-5, Sum It Up: 12?Prize Payouts
Fri, Apr 24, 20159-0-7, Sum It Up: 16?Prize Payouts
Thu, Apr 23, 20155-5-8, Sum It Up: 18?Prize Payouts
Wed, Apr 22, 20150-0-2, Sum It Up: 2?Prize Payouts
Tue, Apr 21, 20158-8-1, Sum It Up: 17?Prize Payouts
Mon, Apr 20, 20155-1-2, Sum It Up: 8?Prize Payouts
Sat, Apr 18, 20159-6-1, Sum It Up: 16?Prize Payouts
Fri, Apr 17, 20152-7-9, Sum It Up: 18?Prize Payouts
Thu, Apr 16, 20151-6-5, Sum It Up: 12?Prize Payouts
Wed, Apr 15, 20159-6-0, Sum It Up: 15?Prize Payouts
Tue, Apr 14, 20159-2-0, Sum It Up: 11?Prize Payouts
Mon, Apr 13, 20155-2-6, Sum It Up: 13?Prize Payouts
Sat, Apr 11, 20159-1-8, Sum It Up: 18?Prize Payouts
Fri, Apr 10, 20154-8-0, Sum It Up: 12?Prize Payouts
Thu, Apr 9, 20152-1-1, Sum It Up: 4?Prize Payouts
Wed, Apr 8, 20151-7-1, Sum It Up: 9?Prize Payouts
Tue, Apr 7, 20154-3-1, Sum It Up: 8?Prize Payouts
Mon, Apr 6, 20157-3-6, Sum It Up: 16?Prize Payouts
Sat, Apr 4, 20151-2-6, Sum It Up: 9?Prize Payouts
Fri, Apr 3, 20157-9-4, Sum It Up: 20?Prize Payouts
Thu, Apr 2, 20159-3-0, Sum It Up: 12?Prize Payouts
Wed, Apr 1, 20157-5-4, Sum It Up: 16?Prize Payouts
Tue, Mar 31, 20152-4-7, Sum It Up: 13?Prize Payouts
Mon, Mar 30, 20151-8-3, Sum It Up: 12?Prize Payouts
Sat, Mar 28, 20159-7-8, Sum It Up: 24?Prize Payouts
Fri, Mar 27, 20159-9-1, Sum It Up: 19?Prize Payouts
Thu, Mar 26, 20155-2-3, Sum It Up: 10?Prize Payouts
Wed, Mar 25, 20151-9-0, Sum It Up: 10?Prize Payouts
Tue, Mar 24, 20152-5-3, Sum It Up: 10?Prize Payouts
Mon, Mar 23, 20150-2-5, Sum It Up: 7?Prize Payouts
Sat, Mar 21, 20157-6-2, Sum It Up: 15?Prize Payouts
Fri, Mar 20, 20159-3-1, Sum It Up: 13?Prize Payouts
Thu, Mar 19, 20156-4-6, Sum It Up: 16?Prize Payouts
Wed, Mar 18, 20158-3-8, Sum It Up: 19?Prize Payouts

draw      data trend         filter        baseline      hit

838        200810            838          021           025

646        728993          646,931     728           762

931        476350         931, 762     450           025

762       733551         762             351            253

025      021683         025,253       168            183

253      578773        253               778           978

190     326621        190              326            523

NB> every draw generates a data by non-parametric sampling, with which the next pair can be located and control for str8 hits, no probability assumed here, the baseline and your waging strategy is all that matters.

Google data sampling and focus more on non-parametric sampling, am just throwing 'a bone', I like your approach.

P4>EVE

Draw Date  Results
Sat, May 2, 20154-7-7-8, Sum It Up: 26?Prize Payouts
Fri, May 1, 20157-0-0-9, Sum It Up: 16?Prize Payouts
Thu, Apr 30, 20158-9-5-8, Sum It Up: 30?Prize Payouts
Wed, Apr 29, 20150-5-0-4, Sum It Up: 9?Prize Payouts
Tue, Apr 28, 20157-6-4-8, Sum It Up: 25?Prize Payouts
Mon, Apr 27, 20157-8-5-7, Sum It Up: 27?Prize Payouts
Sat, Apr 25, 20159-2-5-3, Sum It Up: 19?Prize Payouts
Fri, Apr 24, 20158-5-2-3, Sum It Up: 18?Prize Payouts
Thu, Apr 23, 20159-3-5-1, Sum It Up: 18?Prize Payouts
Wed, Apr 22, 20157-8-3-1, Sum It Up: 19?Prize Payouts
Tue, Apr 21, 20156-4-6-9, Sum It Up: 25?Prize Payouts
Mon, Apr 20, 20158-5-4-5, Sum It Up: 22?Prize Payouts
Sat, Apr 18, 20150-5-2-0, Sum It Up: 7?Prize Payouts
Fri, Apr 17, 20154-1-9-9, Sum It Up: 23?Prize Payouts
Thu, Apr 16, 20153-3-9-3, Sum It Up: 18?Prize Payouts
Wed, Apr 15, 20156-0-9-6, Sum It Up: 21?Prize Payouts
Tue, Apr 14, 20150-1-9-7, Sum It Up: 17?Prize Payouts
Mon, Apr 13, 20157-8-6-6, Sum It Up: 27?Prize Payouts
Sat, Apr 11, 20158-9-6-0, Sum It Up: 23?Prize Payouts
Fri, Apr 10, 20156-9-7-3, Sum It Up: 25?Prize Payouts
Thu, Apr 9, 20154-4-0-2, Sum It Up: 10?Prize Payouts
Wed, Apr 8, 20150-2-9-5, Sum It Up: 16?Prize Payouts
Tue, Apr 7, 20156-1-0-1, Sum It Up: 8?Prize Payouts
Mon, Apr 6, 20155-4-1-2, Sum It Up: 12?Prize Payouts
Sat, Apr 4, 20157-4-7-3, Sum It Up: 21?Prize Payouts
Fri, Apr 3, 20156-3-7-0, Sum It Up: 16?Prize Payouts
Thu, Apr 2, 20159-9-1-8, Sum It Up: 27?Prize Payouts
Wed, Apr 1, 20153-7-7-9, Sum It Up: 26?Prize Payouts
Tue, Mar 31, 20159-9-0-6, Sum It Up: 24?Prize Payouts
Mon, Mar 30, 20153-0-4-0, Sum It Up: 7?Prize Payouts
Sat, Mar 28, 20150-4-1-2, Sum It Up: 7?Prize Payouts
Fri, Mar 27, 20156-1-1-4, Sum It Up: 12?Prize Payouts
Thu, Mar 26, 20159-7-9-4, Sum It Up: 29?Prize Payouts
Wed, Mar 25, 20150-9-9-0, Sum It Up: 18?Prize Payouts
Tue, Mar 24, 20154-4-0-2, Sum It Up: 10?Prize Payouts
Mon, Mar 23, 20157-4-5-1, Sum It Up: 17?Prize Payouts
Sat, Mar 21, 20150-3-9-1, Sum It Up: 13?Prize Payouts
Fri, Mar 20, 20156-3-2-5, Sum It Up: 16?Prize Payouts
Thu, Mar 19, 20158-1-4-1, Sum It Up: 14?Prize Payouts
Wed, Mar 18, 20156-6-8-9, Sum It Up: 29?Prize Payouts

draw       data trend      data         filter        baseline      hit

6689     10828047      108247     689           10247       0412(could be 7451,4402 depends)

8141     80276390      8027639   814         027639      6325,0391

lets break 8141 baseline workout> filtering 8141,6325 will leave 0079(see data trend) for hit 0990 or pair 07-09 for 5k hit considering 10P4 format with front 07-09. Try to break draw 6689 baseline 10247  with 8141>10247 filter 8141> remains 027> for front pairs 02-07  for str8 hit 0295 after 17 draws (waging is personal, the pairs has equal chance starting with 02).

6325>58274679    5827469       6325         8749          hit 9794  or 3779 (consider data trend 87479).

NB>Generating data this way, you ride with random and make decision at baseline, leaving decision at baseline to a software program is counter intuitive.

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You pose a question for 'yes or no' answer, isn't ironical when you quote odds and probability, lots of nuances in any random setting, my answer was ' a digit returns' most of the times, but am ' suppose to give the answer'!

You proposed to play a digit that repeated, if I remember well from above.

Repetitions happen, you didn't specify which one when. Basically you wrote nothing.

Then you made allusion to sequences of head or tail, not even comparing to pick 3 with 10 digits.

Isn't that ironical?

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You proposed to play a digit that repeated, if I remember well from above.

Repetitions happen, you didn't specify which one when. Basically you wrote nothing.

Then you made allusion to sequences of head or tail, not even comparing to pick 3 with 10 digits.

Isn't that ironical?

Basically you wrote nothing.

You talk about odds and probability, so my allusion to flipping of a coin is more than valid for any lottery matrix. I did  propose a digit repeating from the view point of those into odds and probability, my approach is non-parametric sampling, this gives your a clear pair most of the time. Most times, we're entrenched in our ideals that  dialogue is impossible.You started this thread for open discussion, I presumed, it seems you know the answer to your question !

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OK, so you asking if I can predict a single digit that will show at least twice over the course

of 3 games.

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Basically you wrote nothing.

You talk about odds and probability, so my allusion to flipping of a coin is more than valid for any lottery matrix. I did  propose a digit repeating from the view point of those into odds and probability, my approach is non-parametric sampling, this gives your a clear pair most of the time. Most times, we're entrenched in our ideals that  dialogue is impossible.You started this thread for open discussion, I presumed, it seems you know the answer to your question !

I have no problems with verifying by using software and by using mathematics. In so far, you can say that I have that answer. It is not about odds, it is about net payout.

The point is to win the game beating the odds by more than twice and the simplest of all approaches is to guess a number correctly. It does require high skill of play, so it is to be worked out.

A pair is a boxed combination of two numbers. A pair can also be a straight pair. Which one is it? You still must beat the odds more than twice. Most of the time there is a repetition, true, but you obviously don't try to find which one. Following that statement you lose again.

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OK, so you asking if I can predict a single digit that will show at least twice over the course

of 3 games.