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Posted: July 9, 2015, 8:43 pm - IP Logged

What is the best Pick 3 software ever made in your opinion?

What is your current favorite pick 3 software?

Is it a free or paid software?

I have read posts about people entering data in A+, but it seems like an awful waste of time to me.

Do you use software or only pen and paper?

What is your best tool? Is it the calendar?  Are you a traveling freak?

Is there a tool that will give me consistent results?

Consistent results like the ever consistent tides?  Monthly cycles of ebbing and flowing numbers similar to the ebb and flow of water?

I don't expect to win every day, but I expect to win as sure as I expect the rain to fall in summer, and as sure as I expect the snow to fall in winter.

Be like water my friend.

Never tell me the odds!!! -  Han Solo

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    Posted: July 10, 2015, 11:29 am - IP Logged

    What is the best Pick 3 software ever made in your opinion?

    What is your current favorite pick 3 software?

    Is it a free or paid software?

    I have read posts about people entering data in A+, but it seems like an awful waste of time to me.

    Do you use software or only pen and paper?

    What is your best tool? Is it the calendar?  Are you a traveling freak?

    Is there a tool that will give me consistent results?

    Consistent results like the ever consistent tides?  Monthly cycles of ebbing and flowing numbers similar to the ebb and flow of water?

    I don't expect to win every day, but I expect to win as sure as I expect the rain to fall in summer, and as sure as I expect the snow to fall in winter.

    Be like water my friend.

    Hello JeetKuneDoLotto,

    I use pen, paper and a calculator for my arithmetical workouts. I use the concepts of ratio, symmetry, and etcetera, awhile being aware of the high-low-even-odd nature of the draws. I apply all this to the last 2 draws to try and predict the next draw.

    The best tool in my opinion is the 111 Rundown. As most may know, if for example 273 is drawn, it's rundown would be:

    273

    384

    495

    506

    617

    728

    839

    940

    051

    162

    While there is an established and useful way to use the rundown as described in the famous pamphlet, "Prof. Hitts Ready Reference Rundown", I think its best to blaze one's own trail in how to use the Rundown.

    In general, I look at all jackpot and pick 3,4,5,6 games as inherent wheels.  I think the rundown is the best tool for the Pick 3, because it's circular nature is an approximate mini-wheel of the pick 3. There are 100 rundowns in the pick 3 or we can say there are 100 wheels. Consider that when a number is drawn, and a rundown is done on that number, the other 9 numbers in the rundown are the approximate positions of all the other numbers in that wheel or rather its an approximation of all the other numbers in the Pick 3 game. It's a lot more nuanced than how I've just described, but in a nutshell the Rundown mirrors the flow of the Pick 3 in real time. It's a Pick 3 analog and for me it's the best analog software for my calculator. 

    As to your query about getting consistent results. I do think that working with the Rundown may give one consistent results, but just as it is with many things, it's dependent upon spending a good quality time with it. 

    May your numbers be true this day!

    Our 2nd class in Pick 3 Lore was "Space-Timing the Future Draw", & we found the Lottery LoreKeeper, Tatiana, staring through her telescope, while we covertly giggled about what does Planet X have to do with lottery draws? The sagely scientist quietly intoned, "It is known that when the light(info) from such a distant object reaches our eyes, we are seeing the object as it was in the past & not as it is Now. Isn't this true for all things? Even for numbers that were drawn years, months, weeks or just a day in the past? To accurately predict the future-next draw consistently, you must learn how to apply the Law of Now(Tatiana's Pillar)". We never giggled again.

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      Posted: July 14, 2015, 4:17 pm - IP Logged

      Hello JeetKuneDoLotto,

      I use pen, paper and a calculator for my arithmetical workouts. I use the concepts of ratio, symmetry, and etcetera, awhile being aware of the high-low-even-odd nature of the draws. I apply all this to the last 2 draws to try and predict the next draw.

      The best tool in my opinion is the 111 Rundown. As most may know, if for example 273 is drawn, it's rundown would be:

      273

      384

      495

      506

      617

      728

      839

      940

      051

      162

      While there is an established and useful way to use the rundown as described in the famous pamphlet, "Prof. Hitts Ready Reference Rundown", I think its best to blaze one's own trail in how to use the Rundown.

      In general, I look at all jackpot and pick 3,4,5,6 games as inherent wheels.  I think the rundown is the best tool for the Pick 3, because it's circular nature is an approximate mini-wheel of the pick 3. There are 100 rundowns in the pick 3 or we can say there are 100 wheels. Consider that when a number is drawn, and a rundown is done on that number, the other 9 numbers in the rundown are the approximate positions of all the other numbers in that wheel or rather its an approximation of all the other numbers in the Pick 3 game. It's a lot more nuanced than how I've just described, but in a nutshell the Rundown mirrors the flow of the Pick 3 in real time. It's a Pick 3 analog and for me it's the best analog software for my calculator. 

      As to your query about getting consistent results. I do think that working with the Rundown may give one consistent results, but just as it is with many things, it's dependent upon spending a good quality time with it. 

      May your numbers be true this day!

      Thank you for your reply. 

      A very interesting concept of the 111 rundown and the 100 wheels.

      How many degrees do you prefer to use when dividing your wheels?

      Never tell me the odds!!! -  Han Solo

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        Posted: July 15, 2015, 2:43 am - IP Logged

        Thank you for your reply. 

        A very interesting concept of the 111 rundown and the 100 wheels.

        How many degrees do you prefer to use when dividing your wheels?

        Hello JeetKuneDoLotto,

        As you know, being that a classical rundown contains 10 numbers, and the pick 3 game is comprised of 1000 straight numbers, a proper list of a hundred 111-rundowns would contain all 1000 straight numbers( 10 x 100 = 1000). If you add all the 1000 straight numbers of the Pick 3, it equals 499500. If you add all the numbers in 1 rundown, it equals 4995. You see the symmetry there? I'll elaborate a little bit more.

        When I mention wheels, I'm speaking to the fact that when you look at a rundown, you see that it continuously circles or wheels around itself, from its beginning to its end and back again. I've always envisioned the whole pick 3 game as one huge perpetually rotating wheel circling through 1000 straight numbers from 000 to 999, and because of the symmetry alluded to above, the rundown is a mini-wheel or a snapshot of this huge Pick 3 Wheel at a certain moment in time. So if they're 100 rundowns or let's say 100 wheels in the whole pick 3 game, continuing in this logic means that there are 100 snapshots or pictures that cover every possible moment of time in the pick 3 game's flow... So in essence, when a pick 3 drawing occurs, and the number pops out, a snapshot of the dynamics of the game in Real Time has been taken... Incidentally, among other things, consistent and accurate prediction in the pick 3 game is principally a timing issue.

        Let me go a little further. I basically see all processes in life as circles within larger circles. I spoke of circling wheels above. Well, I think that the even bigger wheel that consumes or "controls" the perpetual movement of the Pick 3 is the perpetual movement of the earth. Generally speaking, as a conceptual rough-sketch, I view the wheeling of the earth around its sun as the "prime mover", and all things on earth, like the lowly mechanical-ball drawn lottery, are pinned to this movement(slave to the rhythm). Lottery draw numbers are just derivative and are the footprints of the action of this "prime mover". Draws may not be random in the ways we think.

        May your numbers be true this day!

        Our 2nd class in Pick 3 Lore was "Space-Timing the Future Draw", & we found the Lottery LoreKeeper, Tatiana, staring through her telescope, while we covertly giggled about what does Planet X have to do with lottery draws? The sagely scientist quietly intoned, "It is known that when the light(info) from such a distant object reaches our eyes, we are seeing the object as it was in the past & not as it is Now. Isn't this true for all things? Even for numbers that were drawn years, months, weeks or just a day in the past? To accurately predict the future-next draw consistently, you must learn how to apply the Law of Now(Tatiana's Pillar)". We never giggled again.