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# Daily and Evening Pick 3 and 4 draw similarities.

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Would it make any difference if each draw had very similar or matching numbers per draw?

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The River Walk NC Coast
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For Texas and your 1,000 games per day. LOL

Starting with the Morning 3 and 4.

There has been 754 Pick 3 and pick 4 morning draws.

Out of those 754 draws, there have been 676 of those games where a number was drawn in the pick 3 and then again in the pick 4. That's 89.66% of the draws.

There was 709 times that a number showed up in the pick 3 and it's numeric opposite showed up in the pick 4. That's a better 94.03% of the draws.

Out of 2,262 pick 3 numbers and 3,016 pick 4 numbers, there was 1,658 of them that matched either by number or numeric opposite.

8 in the pick 3 matched 8 in the pick 4 the most at 84 times.

3 in the pick 3 and it's numeric opposite, 8, showed up in the pick 4 the most at 85 times.

8 showed up in the pick 3 with either 8 or 8's numeric opposite, 3, showing up in the most games at 162 out of 750 games.

How's about I just post the pics of the results and whoever is interested in the totals can see without having to read all my babble? LOL

Here is the Pick 3 and 4 Morning draws results.

I guess a brief explanation would be in order though first, huh?

Column I is titled and self explanatory.

Column A is the numbers with their numeric opposite. These look for the numbers in pick 3 first, then tell us if they show up in the pick 4 secondly. Not both ways. 0-0 would mean 0 showing up in the pick 3 and 0 showing up in the pick 4. 0-5 would be 0 showing up in the pick 3 and it's numeric opposite, 5, showing up in the pick 4. So on with all the other numbers in A.

B3,C3 and D3 is how many times that 0 was in pick 3 and in pick 4 per position.

E3,F3 and G3 is how many times that 0 showed up in the pick 3 with it's numeric opposite, 5, showing up in the pick 4 by position.

H3 is how many times that 0 matched 0 or 5 in total.

(That doesn't mean that 0 showed up 21 times in position 1 in the pick 3 and in position 1 in the pick 4. Just how many times with 0 first in the pick 3 and anywhere in the pick 4.)

C5 is how many GAMES that 0 matched in both draws. E5 is how many GAMES that 0 matched 5 in the pick 4. With H5 giving you the total amount of games for both. (0 matched 0 and 0 matched 5 a total of 143 GAMES.

Each row will give you totals of each possibility.

Texas Morning draws.

Texas Day draws.

Texas Evening draws.

Texas Night draws.

These are all up to date in their respected draw. (The night draw for 2/4/2016 is not included in these calculations.) All the other draws are up to and including 2/4/2016.

(What are the differences in each draw as the day goes on? Percentages? Totals of different number matches? Things like that are what I have been looking for.) Kind of like 5 at the bottom of both amounts in the morning then TOWARDS the top in the other draws. ;) (At the top in the last draw of the 24 hour period). ;):)

Interesting approach and I will use Texas since you have it posted.  This is a lot of statistics but where in here does it suggest what to play next?

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This is a very pleasant surprise...

Where on earth have you been? I am glad you're OK!

Get in touch man, haven't heard from you for a long time.

Good to see you back bro!

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Interesting approach and I will use Texas since you have it posted.  This is a lot of statistics but where in here does it suggest what to play next?

I used the unique digits from the last 2 draws (2 draw state, not TX!)

Predicting from P4 to P3:

5.7 average unique digits from last 2 draws

0 Matches  9%

1 Match     29%

2 Matches 41%

3 Matches 21%

Predicting from P3 to P4:

Average 4.7 unique digits from last 2 draws

0 Matches  9%

1 Match     27%

2 Matches 35%

3 Matches 23%

4 Matches  6%

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The River Walk NC Coast
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I used the unique digits from the last 2 draws (2 draw state, not TX!)

Predicting from P4 to P3:

5.7 average unique digits from last 2 draws

0 Matches  9%

1 Match     29%

2 Matches 41%

3 Matches 21%

Predicting from P3 to P4:

Average 4.7 unique digits from last 2 draws

0 Matches  9%

1 Match     27%

2 Matches 35%

3 Matches 23%

4 Matches  6%

So are you using the numbers that have the 41%, 35%,23%, 29% and 27% then wheeling them?

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So are you using the numbers that have the 41%, 35%,23%, 29% and 27% then wheeling them?

Not quite sure what you mean?

What I do is pick a pattern -- 41% of P3 results contain 2 of yesterday's P4 results, so that is the most common outcome.

Say yesterday's P4 results were 0144 and 1235 -- that gives us 6 digits: 0,1,2,3,4,5.  We are expecting 2 of these to show in P3, so we make our pairs: 01,02,03,04,05,12,13,14,15,23,24,25,34,35,45 and combine them with the remaining digits: 6,7,8,9.  This will give you 60 combinations (15 pairs*4 digits), so you would probably want to do some filtering.

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The River Walk NC Coast
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 Posted: February 10, 2016, 7:51 pm - IP Logged

Not quite sure what you mean?

What I do is pick a pattern -- 41% of P3 results contain 2 of yesterday's P4 results, so that is the most common outcome.

Say yesterday's P4 results were 0144 and 1235 -- that gives us 6 digits: 0,1,2,3,4,5.  We are expecting 2 of these to show in P3, so we make our pairs: 01,02,03,04,05,12,13,14,15,23,24,25,34,35,45 and combine them with the remaining digits: 6,7,8,9.  This will give you 60 combinations (15 pairs*4 digits), so you would probably want to do some filtering.

Seems like a lot of numbers and still a guess

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