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# Pick 3, Prediction Testing Of Possible Patterns - Filters.

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Another way is to run a randomize trials on your RootSums, each rootsum will  advance/propel the next range of RS. You can then used lead digits to filter your picks(straight bet obviously).

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Sat, Apr 16, 2016 Fri, Apr 15, 2016 Thu, Apr 14, 2016 Wed, Apr 13, 2016 Drawing Date Pick 3 Pick 4 Midday Evening Midday Evening 1-0-1 8-7-0 3-5-1-7 4-5-5-1 1-5-9 4-1-1 7-4-4-9 8-5-2-7 8-7-6 2-8-2 7-9-1-7 1-4-0-5 4-6-5 0-6-1 7-9-1-1 9-9-6-1 0-3-2 8-9-8 2-4-9-8 6-0-9-0 4-4-2 8-4-2 1-4-8-3 6-1-4-5 3-2-3 6-3-0 7-3-6-5 6-4-3-8 5-9-2 2-6-9 8-4-0-3 7-6-3-9 5-1-5 8-4-3 9-1-3-4 6-7-6-3 2-5-1 7-2-9 8-7-5-2 8-8-4-8

Take draw 251, rs 8> next range of rs 9,6,3. Now try to locate the next range of LEAD digits 7,5, 4.

From RS chart, I can sieve out the 7,5, 4 from my rs 9,6,3.

RS 9>

702, 711, 720, 729, 738, 747, 756, 765, 774, 783, 792,

504, 513, 522, 531, 540, 549, 558, 567, 576, 585, 594

405, 414, 423, 432, 441, 450, 459, 468, 477, 486, 495,

RS 6>

708, 717, 726, 735, 744, 753, 762, 771, 780, 789, 798

501, 510, 519, 528, 537, 546, 555, 564, 573, 582, 591

402, 411, 420, 429, 438, 447, 456, 465, 474, 483, 492,

RS3>

705, 714, 723, 732, 741, 750, 759, 768, 777, 786, 795,

507, 516, 525, 534, 543, 552, 561, 570, 579, 588, 597,

408, 417, 426, 435, 444, 453, 462, 471, 480, 489, 498,

You can run a simple regression with the median/ mean of the selected parameter, use the standard deviation to establish your RANGE.

Lets try another draw 515 , rs 2> next range of rs 7,5,4, next LEAD digit 0,8,6.

Sieve 0,8,6 from 7,5,4

Rs 7>

007, 016, 025, 034, 043, 052, 061, 070, 079, 088, 097

808, 817, 826, 835, 844, 853, 862, 871, 880, 889, 898,

601, 610, 619, 628, 637, 646, 655, 664, 673, 682, 691,

Rs 5>

005, 014, 023, 032, 041, 050, 059, 068, 077, 086, 095

806, 815, 824, 833, 842, 851, 860, 869, 878, 887, 896,

608, 617, 626, 635, 644, 653, 662, 671, 680, 689, 698

Rs 4>

004, 013, 022, 031, 040, 049, 058, 067, 076, 085, 094

805, 814, 823, 832, 841, 850, 859, 868, 877, 886, 895,

607, 616, 625, 634, 643, 652, 661, 670, 679, 688, 697,

Is best to run at least 500 cycles of data (history or Pool).

Sums or Rootsums, which is the best filter tool?  You have draws 010 and 019, different sums but same Rootsums.

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Sums or Rootsums, which is the best filter tool?  You have draws 010 and 019, different sums but same Rootsums.

The best filter tool is the one that you yourself can use best.

If you are a "Master" of Sums, then Sums is your best filter.

If you instead are a "Master" of Roots, then Roots is your best filter.

If you are a "Master" of both of them, then maybe neither of them is the best filter or both of them are.

Perhaps for a true master the Sums might be the best filter of those 2 filters.

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But the "Digits" filter is the best filter of all of them, but only if you really can predict digits and or are a "Master" at filtering digits.

I AM GONE, FOR A WHILE.

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The best filter tool is the one that you yourself can use best.

If you are a "Master" of Sums, then Sums is your best filter.

If you instead are a "Master" of Roots, then Roots is your best filter.

If you are a "Master" of both of them, then maybe neither of them is the best filter or both of them are.

Perhaps for a true master the Sums might be the best filter of those 2 filters.

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But the "Digits" filter is the best filter of all of them, but only if you really can predict digits and or are a "Master" at filtering digits.

Thanks.

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Sums or Rootsums, which is the best filter tool?  You have draws 010 and 019, different sums but same Rootsums.

Where does the range of 9,6,3 come from a root sum of 8?  Then a lead digit of 7,5,4??  Is this from previous draws ,math or what.

Is the 3 from the mirror of 8,or 9 being the adjacent digit?  Extremely confusing to follow unless you have a program to share that calculates these parameters.

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Another strategy you can consider with root sums is to track the the last draws out that a rootsum has occurred.

I will use the Florida Combined 3 to illustrate:

Florida Pick3 Combined

In the picture I have highlighted the column RootSum Draws Out.

There are two header columns Median and Mean.  These values were calculated over the last 400 draws.

The Median value of 6 means the following:

Approximately 200 of the last 400 drawings had a RootSum Draws Out value of 0 thru 6.
Approximately 200 of the last 400 drawings had a RootSum Draws Out value of 7 or greater.

The mean value of 8.02 means if I added up all the RootSum Draws Out values over the last 400 draws and divided by 400 this is the value.

The Median value is interesting because it is another form of a 50/50 filter.

You will find the data for other state Pick 3 games will have similar values as above.

So what is RootSum Draws Out?  Lets use an example:

The first row entry has draw 8-7-0 which has a root sum value of 8+7=15 = 1+5 = 6.  So it has a root sum value of 6.

The root sum draws out for this entry is 1.  This means that two draws ago that draw also had a root sum of 6.  Lets verify

The third row entry has draw 4-1-1 which has a root sum value of 4+1+1 =6.  So it has a root sum value of 6.

Each root sum represents 111 combinations with the exception of Root Sum 0 which has only 1 combination of 0-0-0

Lets take a look at draw 2 it had a root sum draws out value of 15.  What this means is that we could have eliminated the last 15 drawn root sum values.  That would be draws 3 thru 17.  The root sum values over those 15 draws were 6, 6, 3, 3, 7, 6, 7, 5, 5, 1, 9, 8, 8, 7, 6.  So that would only leave root sums 2 and 4 or 222 combinations to choose from.  A high Root Sum Draws Out value is just a fancy way of saying the a cold root sum just hit.  A low Root Sum Draws Out value is just a fancy way of saying a hot root sum just hit.

From the above example we wouldn't necessarily know before the draw that a cold root sum value was going to hit.

One strategy is to count how many consecutive draws that a Root Sum Draws Out value hits below or above the Median or Mean line and once it gets out of whack bet on the other to occur.

You can use the same strategy using ShortSum draws out.

From my tracking if you have not seen a Root Sum Draws Out of 10 or greater in the last 5 draws then expect one to occur shortly.

You can also track the other way if you expect a Root Sum Draws Out of say 0 thru 2 then you would use the last 3 drawn root sum values or 333 combinations.

Anyway this is just another way to look at root sums in a more dynamic fashion.

Jimmy

Jimmy

I didn't need no Platinum membership for 6 months, but thanks anyway.

This way I might be able to better show the use of the:

Deflate 3 - Pick 3 Number Reduction System

And maybe of the:

Inspector 3 - Pick 3 Number Classification System

Thanks again!

I AM GONE, FOR A WHILE.

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I will after all post about the Low-High Width filter, first I didn't want to cause using it as a Filter Out filter produced too many filters failures, but instead it can be used like this:

Arizona (AZ) Pick 3

Sat, Apr 23, 2016    2-4-9 7
Fri, Apr 22, 2016    6-5-1 5
Thu, Apr 21, 2016    4-4-8 4 Double
Wed, Apr 20, 2016    5-1-4 4
Tue, Apr 19, 2016    2-0-9 9 Lost
Mon, Apr 18, 2016    3-7-4 4
Sat, Apr 16, 2016    1-7-3 6
Fri, Apr 15, 2016    0-1-0 1 Lost Double
Thu, Apr 14, 2016    3-0-5 5
Wed, Apr 13, 2016    5-9-2 7
Tue, Apr 12, 2016    7-1-9 8 Lost
Mon, Apr 11, 2016    3-8-3 5 Double
Sat, Apr 09, 2016    7-8-2 6
Fri, Apr 08, 2016    3-7-0 7
Thu, Apr 07, 2016    3-3-5 2 Double
Wed, Apr 06, 2016    4-9-0 9 Lost
Tue, Apr 05, 2016    1-1-1 0 Lost Triple
Mon, Apr 04, 2016    2-4-8 6
Sat, Apr 02, 2016    6-0-6 6 Double
Fri, Apr 01, 2016    0-1-7 6
Thu, Mar 31, 2016    4-6-5 2
Wed, Mar 30, 2016    9-9-3 6 Double
Tue, Mar 29, 2016    0-1-3 2
Mon, Mar 28, 2016    2-5-3 3 Lost
Sat, Mar 26, 2016    7-0-5 7
Fri, Mar 25, 2016    7-2-8 6
Thu, Mar 24, 2016    1-3-1 2 Double
Wed, Mar 23, 2016    1-7-4 6
Tue, Mar 22, 2016    3-4-0 4
Mon, Mar 21, 2016    4-2-7 5
Sat, Mar 19, 2016    7-2-0 7
Fri, Mar 18, 2016    2-1-0 2
Thu, Mar 17, 2016    2-6-8 6
Wed, Mar 16, 2016    1-5-1 4 Double
Tue, Mar 15, 2016    3-3-5 2 Double
Mon, Mar 14, 2016    7-4-9 5
Sat, Mar 12, 2016    8-6-8 2 Double
Fri, Mar 11, 2016    3-5-4 2
Thu, Mar 10, 2016    7-7-7 0 Lost Triple
Wed, Mar 09, 2016    3-8-1 7
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Looking at that we should play all of:

Width 7
Width 6
Width 5
Width 4
Width 2

= 084 Singles or
= 136 Singles and Doubles or
= 052 Doubles

What all of that means is that you would play Singles and Doubles, but not Triples.
That would be 136 box numbers instead of 220,then you would also use other filters including "Digits" filters.
Or you would play only Singles 84 and also use other filters, including digits filters.

If you start with 1 or 2 Box Digits filters you would already play with a much reduced pool of numbers.

Also you would use other filters, besides the Low-High Width and the Box Digits filters.

For example if you:

Filter In Widths 2, 4, 5, 6 and 7

And then filter out 2 box digits, for example Digits 7 and 9:

And also filter out Triples, then you would have left: 73 Box Singles and Doubles instead of 220 numbers, but:

If Instead you Filter In Widths 2, 4, 5, 6 and 7 + 2 Box Digits + Triples + Doubles:

You would have left 41 Box Singles.

You would of course need to reduce them some more with some other filter(s) so you can make a nice profit.

That is how I would use the Low-High (Lowest-Highest) Width filter.

By the way, there is also the:

Low-Middle (Lowest-Middle)filter

Middle-High (Middle-Highest) filter.

If used right they would help with the reduction, together with:

Sums, Roots, LDR (LDS), Etc.

I am being a very bad boy, you all might drain the state lotteries too much, but Arizona made me very upset, so it is pay-back time!

If Texas and the other state lotteries have behaved right, I might have never thought you all so much about filtration as EXCALIBUR, LANTERN and now as MonEl.

Probably I never thought you all enough about Digits Filtration, but I don't want to make it too easy for you all to drain the lotteries every-where.

I AM GONE, FOR A WHILE.

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"but I don't want to make it too easy for you all to drain the lotteries every-where."

Really? I conditionally agree with you.

Instead of posting winning strategies you can prove your filtering capabilities by posting pure predictions for any state(s) for a couple of weeks?

As a platinum member you can post unlimited predictions.

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"but I don't want to make it too easy for you all to drain the lotteries every-where."

Really? I conditionally agree with you.

Instead of posting winning strategies you can prove your filtering capabilities by posting pure predictions for any state(s) for a couple of weeks?

As a platinum member you can post unlimited predictions.

I will not post predictions again no time soon if ever again, except maybe for a few here and there, but very very seldom.

But you never know and I don't either.

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Anyhow a few antique predictions.

Finding stuff when I made thousands of posts is almost impossible:

Prediction

Results

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I tried an almost incredible number of prediction techniques tru the years and I forgot about most of them:

Prediction

Results

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Prediction

Results

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Pairs:

Prediction

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Results

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I don't know what happened with this or why I stopped checking:

It seems to have been winning quite a lot!

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Prediction

Results

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Prediction

Results

Failed

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Prediction

Results

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Prediction

Results

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Now the last predictions that I made as LANTERN:

Prediction

Results

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Prediction

Results

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Prediction

Results

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Prediction

Results

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Prediction

Results

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Of course, over all I failed a lot more than I won.

But if I ever have all the time in the world for the pick 3 game, then I could make much better predictions and much more often, but they would be just for myself and I would not post them, we already give the lotteries too much trouble as it is.

The lotteries say that lottery prediction can only be by chance, that lottery games are unpredictable, because they are random and that nobody can make a regular profit playing the lotteries.

They are lucky that I never had all the time in the world to spend on the lottery games.

And they are very lucky that I myself can't make lottery software.

Also they are super lucky that now I am kind of old and even if I had all the time in the world and could make software I am now a lot more limited in what I can do versus what I could have done when I was young if then I had the time, the money and the knowledge of how to make software.

I already forgot more than half of what I once knew about pick 3 prediction, but I really don't care muich about that anymore, I still know one or two things.

I AM GONE, FOR A WHILE.

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