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Using the Cartesian plane in a lottery?

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Posted: March 16, 2016, 1:45 pm - IP Logged

Those are just the odds, not a pattern. A pattern would allow you to predict the actual outcome, not that most of the time the draw will be singles.

Of course it would be a good bet for you to bet even ($20.00 v. $20.00) that a straight hit or a certain triple will not happen, that only has a 1 in 1000 chance of happening. You have given yourself a 99.9% chance of being right. It will be the same chance even if there was a triple the day before. Or even if you use the same numbers in the same order that drew the day before. The odds of one of the 10 triples showing? 1 in 100. So you would have a 99% chance of being right. Again, its simple odds not a pattern. A pattern would actually help you determine when the triple will show so you can capitalize on it. Now, if you wanted to make it a fair bet for the any triple bet, then I would put up $20 and you would put up $2,000. For a specific straight play to be a fair bet, I would put up $20 and you would put up $20,000. You might hesitate before taking your chances on those.

As far as repeating pairs. We've been through this in one of the mathematics threads in the past month or so. Again, over time the odds will give that you will have repeating pairs at a certain rate. The actual rate depends on how many digits you are calling for to repeat and if you are calling for them to repeat in the same position. Now if you saw that over a long enough period of time they repeat more often than the odds would suggest they should, then you may have a pattern. The pattern would help you predict when and which digits would repeat so you could actually gain an advantage.

Dude, or dudette, you think too much...lol

Randomness has patterns no matter what you re-label them as. You're comparing basic patterns to my effectiveness of accurate predictions. I never claimed to know when a triple was going to show, I'm simply responding to your claim that randomness has no patterns in general. 

I posted a system I created a couple of months ago which showed repeating patterns of pairs with good accuracy concerning which particular pairs were going to show and when. The problem was that there were too many pairs to play to be profitable. This in no way proves patterns don't exist in general, so your point is moot. 

I'm working on reducing the pairs to make it profitable, but again, if there were no patterns for me to analyze, you would have a point, but there are pairs that repeat, that is called a PATTERN.

Florida,

March, starting with March 1 833-533

838-533

874-917

258-739

014-869

063-761

805-409

790-249

475-033

072-572

033-950

833-174

152-869

146-001

742-633

March 15 815-063

My system dictates that If you count back from your last winning number, and if that count number is present within the midday or evening draw, one of those pairs will show in the next draw most of the time.

 

So to predict yesterday's pairs we must count back starting with march 14 as the first day. 

March 14 counts as 1 day back, no number 1 in 742 or 633.

March 13 counts as day 2, again, no number 2 in 146 or 001.

march 12 would count as day 3, again, no number 3 in 152 or869

March 11 would count as 4 days back, we got a hit with the number 4 in 174, so we use the pairs in both midday and eve...17-14-74 83-33

March 10 would be 5 days back. We have a number 5 in 950, this also qualifies it as potential pairs for march 16th drawings. Pairs 03-33-95-90-50

 

March 16th winner eve was 063. The pair 03 repeated as I stated it would. 

I could go on all day with examples of PATTERNS.

https://www.lotterypost.com/thread/296694

 

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    hello=About standards is just an opinion that the 20 singles
      Always 100% have a couple or pair = 0,2,4,6,8 are ten pairs or odd = 1,3,5,7,9
    There are 10 pairs of odd 3rd digit is chosen with other criteria
    example =
    129 = 19 odd double
    485 = 48 double pair
      Yes we have the positions for the double pairs and odd

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      correct= 720 singles

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        1,3,5,7,9  100%

        13
        15
        17
        19
        35
        37
        39
        57
        59
        79

        0,2,4,6,8  100%

        24
        26
        28
        20
        46
        48
        40
        68
        60
        80

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          hello

          primes, those who are divided only by 1 or by themselves, can present a complex sequential pattern, which indicates that they are not random as previously thought. We have 0 to 9 digits 1,3,7,9 these primes 4 can be used as the remaining filters 0,2,4,6,8,5 note = = the digit 5 is the center
            cousins digits 1,3,5,7
            how to use it for filters? Sequences cousins digits?
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            Lucretius writing in about 100 AD expressed that inifinite space contained infinite "nothingness," but also - what people tend to forget - if it is infinite space, it must also contain infinite matter.  There is an infinite amount of tangible material in the universe... if not, it wouldn't be an infinite universe, or we wouldn't exist - our very existence would be cancelled out by overwhelming infinite nothingness.

            The Pick 3 game is a kind of infinity all its own, and like infinite space, the numbers and their patterns run however you slice it, whatever way you analyze it, even the most seemingly random and ludicrous - as long as they're consistent analyses.  If you investigate the patterns of every 117th play all the same patterns will emerge as in analyzing every play in a row, or Midday vs. Evening, etc.  And this works if you decide to play the game against type, playing vertically, diagonally, etc.

            No given system can work all the time, because any given system to be a system, must inherently somehow determine upcoming plays from the entire pool of plays consistently - otherwise, it wouldn't be a system, because it would be excluding certain plays at certain times.  But this is exactly what the game does: the reason the game is so hard is because it always tends to want to repeat - a digit, a low- or high-digit, a pair, a double, an OO pair, an EE pair, HHL, LLH, etc.

            But the game is programmed to keep everything EVEN, all the time... in the fullness of infinity.  In the short-span, not necessarily.  What looks like randomness isn't, though.  Say you were a parent with three kids.  So, you decide you're going to give them all equal attention for February & March, this way: First, one Kid gets exclusive attention the next two weeks. Then Kid #2 for the third week.  Then back to Kid #1 for another four days.  Then Kid 2 & 3 divide up the last month, with seven extra days going to Kid #2, and finally the last day of March all three together equal time.  In the aggregate, every Kid had precisely equal attention... but in the thick of it, as the days flowed on, it certainly seemed like some were being neglected, some were favored.

            And that's just how the Pick 3 Pick 4 etc. games are played. Smile

            We have no dreams at all, or interesting ones. We should learn to be awake the same way—not at all, or in an interesting manner.   -- Friedrich Nietzsche

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              Okay peer gynt, was put at the Cartesian plane the last pick3 Raffle have 8 pedaçoes are-line with column and the two diagonals, both rows and columns and diagonals Starting the reference point of the last draw we have two option, negative, positive or to be 8 bits, diagonal is from two
              Digits always draw the last 8 Options generates filters (negative or positive of the last draw). Someone excel can create planilia?

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                Hello peer gynt, the Cartesian plane can give us standards of delays vision
                Both rows and columns or diagonals, patterns of delays

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                    I would come up with box pairs 08 28

                    which for wi 04-07-2016 give me 058 078 085 087 098 128 180 182 218 285 328 582