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# Goseahawks Smallest any game Matrix (NEW INFO)

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Wisconsin Pick 3 went:

3/16- 6 7 1

3/17- 2 2 0

I don't think it fit the grid this time. At least how I had interpreted it.

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Overfitting in stats pertains to fitting a 'model' to a set a of  ' Training Data' (Your chart in this case).  The steps of selecting picks after the draw does not help, one has to know the 'Concept' behind the chart. You don't have to give any details, just the ideal.

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Overfitting in stats pertains to fitting a 'model' to a set a of  ' Training Data' (Your chart in this case).  The steps of selecting picks after the draw does not help, one has to know the 'Concept' behind the chart. You don't have to give any details, just the ideal.

Let me  give you a simple example of a concept of using the Sum parameter to recreate  the POOL.

Concept> Every Sum will randomize the pool by using INTERVAL POINTS, meaning each Sum brings range of sums. Lets test this assumption(forward-testing) on the State of Washington, then we can make some observations.

Wed, Mar 16, 2016 Tue, Mar 15, 2016 Mon, Mar 14, 2016 Sun, Mar 13, 2016 Drawing Date Pick 3 Pick 4 Midday Evening Midday Evening 7-0-3 4-6-2 8-4-4 8-6-6 5-0-9 2-9-2 7-9-1 8-3-5 8-6-1 8-7-0

draw       sum          next pool (concept of prediction interval)

870          15            5893462107

OBservation>  Sum 15 tells me the next pool is 5893462107 indicating positional frequency from left to right, so i don't need many steps or filters (another sign of uncertainty) to select my picks. Now waging is subjective, see 5893 will give me 4 triads, a combo straight bet for 50 cents will cost me \$3 for total cost of \$12 for prize of \$290. A dollar bet will be  \$24 for \$500. You had 835, now try to filter the pool with successive front pairs

Front 87> 59346210

front 86> 5934210

Front 83> 594210

Observation> The left digits are frequency-based(note this info), 594-592-591-590 can be wage heavily.

Lets filter further with front 79> 54210(see drive is 5 then 4 etc)

Filter front 29> 5410> pair 54-51-50 becomes clear, you can filter 50> 41(see what happens in few draws).

Draw          sum         next pool

861             15          5893462107   follow same reduction as previous

835             16          6928430571> see all early pairs showing from 6928(86-29).

Filter front 86,83> 9240571(pair 29), filter 79,29> 4051> pairs becomes clear.

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Let me  give you a simple example of a concept of using the Sum parameter to recreate  the POOL.

Concept> Every Sum will randomize the pool by using INTERVAL POINTS, meaning each Sum brings range of sums. Lets test this assumption(forward-testing) on the State of Washington, then we can make some observations.

Wed, Mar 16, 2016 Tue, Mar 15, 2016 Mon, Mar 14, 2016 Sun, Mar 13, 2016 Drawing Date Pick 3 Pick 4 Midday Evening Midday Evening 7-0-3 4-6-2 8-4-4 8-6-6 5-0-9 2-9-2 7-9-1 8-3-5 8-6-1 8-7-0

draw       sum          next pool (concept of prediction interval)

870          15            5893462107

OBservation>  Sum 15 tells me the next pool is 5893462107 indicating positional frequency from left to right, so i don't need many steps or filters (another sign of uncertainty) to select my picks. Now waging is subjective, see 5893 will give me 4 triads, a combo straight bet for 50 cents will cost me \$3 for total cost of \$12 for prize of \$290. A dollar bet will be  \$24 for \$500. You had 835, now try to filter the pool with successive front pairs

Front 87> 59346210

front 86> 5934210

Front 83> 594210

Observation> The left digits are frequency-based(note this info), 594-592-591-590 can be wage heavily.

Lets filter further with front 79> 54210(see drive is 5 then 4 etc)

Filter front 29> 5410> pair 54-51-50 becomes clear, you can filter 50> 41(see what happens in few draws).

Draw          sum         next pool

861             15          5893462107   follow same reduction as previous

835             16          6928430571> see all early pairs showing from 6928(86-29).

Filter front 86,83> 9240571(pair 29), filter 79,29> 4051> pairs becomes clear.

does this have anything to do with Goseahawks's matrix?

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does this have anything to do with Goseahawks's matrix?

Guys , please help me figure this thing out...that's why I posted this chart in the first beginning,,,The answer are right in our face...Lets all communicate together to get this money....

Knowing how the matrix was conceived may help one to give valuable suggestions. He/She did ask for suggestions.

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Guys , please help me figure this thing out...that's why I posted this chart in the first beginning,,,The answer are right in our face...Lets all communicate together to get this money....

Knowing how the matrix was conceived may help one to give valuable suggestions. He/She did ask for suggestions.

no big deal. I was just trying to figure out how it tied into the matrix thing. Didn't want to spend a lot of time figuring that out if it doesn't.

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Let me  give you a simple example of a concept of using the Sum parameter to recreate  the POOL.

Concept> Every Sum will randomize the pool by using INTERVAL POINTS, meaning each Sum brings range of sums. Lets test this assumption(forward-testing) on the State of Washington, then we can make some observations.

Wed, Mar 16, 2016 Tue, Mar 15, 2016 Mon, Mar 14, 2016 Sun, Mar 13, 2016 Drawing Date Pick 3 Pick 4 Midday Evening Midday Evening 7-0-3 4-6-2 8-4-4 8-6-6 5-0-9 2-9-2 7-9-1 8-3-5 8-6-1 8-7-0

draw       sum          next pool (concept of prediction interval)

870          15            5893462107

OBservation>  Sum 15 tells me the next pool is 5893462107 indicating positional frequency from left to right, so i don't need many steps or filters (another sign of uncertainty) to select my picks. Now waging is subjective, see 5893 will give me 4 triads, a combo straight bet for 50 cents will cost me \$3 for total cost of \$12 for prize of \$290. A dollar bet will be  \$24 for \$500. You had 835, now try to filter the pool with successive front pairs

Front 87> 59346210

front 86> 5934210

Front 83> 594210

Observation> The left digits are frequency-based(note this info), 594-592-591-590 can be wage heavily.

Lets filter further with front 79> 54210(see drive is 5 then 4 etc)

Filter front 29> 5410> pair 54-51-50 becomes clear, you can filter 50> 41(see what happens in few draws).

Draw          sum         next pool

861             15          5893462107   follow same reduction as previous

835             16          6928430571> see all early pairs showing from 6928(86-29).

Filter front 86,83> 9240571(pair 29), filter 79,29> 4051> pairs becomes clear.

Sum 15 pool 5893.....

How do you derive this?  If we knew how you did this people could do the pools themselves.

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Sum 15 pool 5893.....

How do you derive this?  If we knew how you did this people could do the pools themselves.

I've been looking at this for over an hour trying my best to figure out how the strings were created, and.......nada.

"What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us"

Ralph Waldo Emerson

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goseahawks has posted a lot of good things...

Pi is the way...

turning \$30 or less into thousands everyday!!

here we go steelers ..here we go---------stairway to seven

TIME FOR THE LOMBARDI TROPHY TO  COME  HOME..

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Ok. I'm a glutton for punishment, so I'm going to try to work through this one again today.

Wisconsin pick 3 3/17: 220

End number is 0, so 3x3 grid:

6 9 2

7 0 3

8 1 4

Pairs are, from out side key numbers:

02 04 06 08 14 18 23 29 34 67 69 78

Missing link numbers are: 1 3 7 9

Suggested combos are:

Doubles (14)

002 004 006 008 022 044 066 088 114 118

144 188 223 229 233 299 334 344 667 669

677 699 778 788

Singles (35)

012 014 016 018 023 027 029 034 036 047

049 067 069 078 089 123 129 134 138 147

149 167 169 178 189 237 239 279 347 349

367 369 378 679 789

For whatever reason a lot less doubles today? maybe i did something wrong idk.

14 potential doubles and 35 potential singles combinations.

With regular odds, playing all of these would give 25.2% chance of being right on the next draw 3/18

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Ok. I'm a glutton for punishment, so I'm going to try to work through this one again today.

Wisconsin pick 3 3/17: 220

End number is 0, so 3x3 grid:

6 9 2

7 0 3

8 1 4

Pairs are, from out side key numbers:

02 04 06 08 14 18 23 29 34 67 69 78

Missing link numbers are: 1 3 7 9

Suggested combos are:

Doubles (14)

002 004 006 008 022 044 066 088 114 118

144 188 223 229 233 299 334 344 667 669

677 699 778 788

Singles (35)

012 014 016 018 023 027 029 034 036 047

049 067 069 078 089 123 129 134 138 147

149 167 169 178 189 237 239 279 347 349

367 369 378 679 789

For whatever reason a lot less doubles today? maybe i did something wrong idk.

14 potential doubles and 35 potential singles combinations.

With regular odds, playing all of these would give 25.2% chance of being right on the next draw 3/18

The singles look like what I came up with except that the out  numbers are added to the end of my pairs.  Just a different winning box, We Hope.  I have backtested only the singles along with some combinations that put the missing number into some combinations.  Have you noticed that the mirror of the Key number is always absent from the small box?

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Ok. I'm a glutton for punishment, so I'm going to try to work through this one again today.

Wisconsin pick 3 3/17: 220

End number is 0, so 3x3 grid:

6 9 2

7 0 3

8 1 4

Pairs are, from out side key numbers:

02 04 06 08 14 18 23 29 34 67 69 78

Missing link numbers are: 1 3 7 9

Suggested combos are:

Doubles (14)

002 004 006 008 022 044 066 088 114 118

144 188 223 229 233 299 334 344 667 669

677 699 778 788

Singles (35)

012 014 016 018 023 027 029 034 036 047

049 067 069 078 089 123 129 134 138 147

149 167 169 178 189 237 239 279 347 349

367 369 378 679 789

For whatever reason a lot less doubles today? maybe i did something wrong idk.

14 potential doubles and 35 potential singles combinations.

With regular odds, playing all of these would give 25.2% chance of being right on the next draw 3/18

Wi p3 3/18: 159

Missed again.

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Wi p3 3/18: 159

Missed again.

My mirror adjacent had it nailed with a few picks and the winner!

There is no need for such large expense on pick 3.  Play what you can win with or afford.

220

713

173

915

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My mirror adjacent had it nailed with a few picks and the winner!

There is no need for such large expense on pick 3.  Play what you can win with or afford.

220

713

173

915

How many plays do you have from that mirror adjacent there?

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it would help if someone could post all the last #.s 0 to 9 to use for the matrix,right?
Also what about making an excel chart if possible to solve some of the riddle,maybe.

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