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# Tracking pairs

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It's been a while since I've made a post... Finally made some progress on my site and I'm tackling some charting at the moment. Specifically, Pairs. I routinely see people using pair information to help them generate wins. So, I'd like to see what charts I can come up with to make that easier.  I'd like to get several charts together before I move to all games and more states. To that end, what exactly is it about pairs that you find helpful? Hot pairs, cold pairs, number of times a pair has hit over X days, ?? Any/all information would be helpful.

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Repeat pairs. I won't go into percentages and odds and all that.

I break the pair down as such: 457= 45 47 57

I track it as such and use as base component for building combos. I go back and use pairs from 11 draws back before filtering.

If you can incorporate that, I'm interested. No other software tracks as such, so I use pencil and paper.

Rock Chalk Jayhawk

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Hello, odd digit pairs is ten = 1,3,5,7,9
Or pairs of digit pairs = 0,2,4,6,8
10 pairs are possible
In the Pick 3 or double pairs. Ex 478 48
Or double odd = 457 57
We have three positions to move the double
We also have in 5/5 = high / low double inside out etc (Monel)

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10 pairs= 1,3,5,7,9

13
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35
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57
59
79

10 pairs=2,4,6,8,0

24
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28
20
46
48
40
68
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80

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positions= 1,2   1,3   2, 3

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Repeat pairs. I won't go into percentages and odds and all that.

I break the pair down as such: 457= 45 47 57

I track it as such and use as base component for building combos. I go back and use pairs from 11 draws back before filtering.

If you can incorporate that, I'm interested. No other software tracks as such, so I use pencil and paper.

Actually, Lottery Post's Pair Analysis does that just fine.  Maybe you overlooked it?  You're a Platinum member, so you have full access.

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It's been a while since I've made a post... Finally made some progress on my site and I'm tackling some charting at the moment. Specifically, Pairs. I routinely see people using pair information to help them generate wins. So, I'd like to see what charts I can come up with to make that easier.  I'd like to get several charts together before I move to all games and more states. To that end, what exactly is it about pairs that you find helpful? Hot pairs, cold pairs, number of times a pair has hit over X days, ?? Any/all information would be helpful.

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Thank you for the input. I'm reviewing the info and links. That's a pretty awesome tool Todd put up. I didn't know about it. I'm not really interested in replicating functionality that's already out there but I do want to incorporate as many tools/systems/data/etc. that I can. Get enough information and something is bound to help win.

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It's been a while since I've made a post... Finally made some progress on my site and I'm tackling some charting at the moment. Specifically, Pairs. I routinely see people using pair information to help them generate wins. So, I'd like to see what charts I can come up with to make that easier.  I'd like to get several charts together before I move to all games and more states. To that end, what exactly is it about pairs that you find helpful? Hot pairs, cold pairs, number of times a pair has hit over X days, ?? Any/all information would be helpful.

"To that end, what exactly is it about pairs that you find helpful? Hot pairs, cold pairs, number of times a pair has hit over X days, ?? Any/all information would be helpful."

The SIMPLE Answer to this question, is that if you can guess 2 out of 3 Digits [a Pair - AB] in Pick 3, then the 3rd Digit, X, will always be a Digit between 0 - 9, and you can play 10 numbers, and hopefully win something, if you selected the right Pair in the first place.  In Pick 4, it needs to be a Triple ABCX.

This is why you Track Pairs [AB or AA] or Triples [ABC]. Personally, I prefer tracking and playing Double Pairs [AA, BB], b/c Doubles Pay More \$\$\$.  The objective is not to play Pick 3 daily, or even weekly, and chase after numbers.  The objective is to play strategically, and "trap" a Double Pair, and win more money \$\$\$ by utilizing some form of progressive wagering.

Aside from the strategies of Lotto Laughs , I would also recommend LP Member SBIP\$999.  She does not post strategies in the "Systems" forum, b/c she has her own website, and you can Google her name, if you are interested.  There are many other LP Members who have contributed FREE Pair Strategies.  You have to do some Research in the "Systems" forum, to find these FREE Pair Strategies.

This is the link to Lotto Laughs systems: [Lotto Laughs  has plenty of Pair Systems, and SBIP has enough Pair Strategies (Charts) on her own website as well]:

Good Luck to you !!!

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Thank you destiny. I've actually coded a few of Lotto Laugh's systems for my site. I'll review that as well.

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It's been a while since I've made a post... Finally made some progress on my site and I'm tackling some charting at the moment. Specifically, Pairs. I routinely see people using pair information to help them generate wins. So, I'd like to see what charts I can come up with to make that easier.  I'd like to get several charts together before I move to all games and more states. To that end, what exactly is it about pairs that you find helpful? Hot pairs, cold pairs, number of times a pair has hit over X days, ?? Any/all information would be helpful.

Specifically, Pairs.

What type of pairs? why Pairs? what's the ideal behind the propose pair chart? Is your initial data  historical or recreated data? These questions may seem obvious and silly to a veteran, nevertheless, their valid questions.

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What type of pairs?

Any. I don't really care what the information is, I only care if it's helpful.

why Pairs?

Why not? Do you have a suggestion for another data set that could be helpful? I'm open to anything. :)

what's the ideal behind the propose pair chart?

The idea is to be one of many. Anything to help reduce to a playable sets.

Is your initial data  historical or recreated data?

I have actual draw data from the beginning and have written a program that updates the data after every draw.

These questions may seem obvious and silly to a veteran, nevertheless, their valid questions.

No silly questions man. We're in this together.

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Actually, Lottery Post's Pair Analysis does that just fine.  Maybe you overlooked it?  You're a Platinum member, so you have full access.

I am aware of the pairs analysis tool. I upgraded my membership to Platinum to be able to use every possible tool to increase my knowledge and weapons at hand. It is helpful.

However, this tool does NOT track by draw the individual breakdown of the pair and how I use it. See this post:

Thank you for bringing it to the attention of our members at an appropriate time. I hope all check it out.

Rock Chalk Jayhawk

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What type of pairs?

Any. I don't really care what the information is, I only care if it's helpful.

why Pairs?

Why not? Do you have a suggestion for another data set that could be helpful? I'm open to anything. :)

what's the ideal behind the propose pair chart?

The idea is to be one of many. Anything to help reduce to a playable sets.

Is your initial data  historical or recreated data?

I have actual draw data from the beginning and have written a program that updates the data after every draw.

These questions may seem obvious and silly to a veteran, nevertheless, their valid questions.

No silly questions man. We're in this together.

Due to the Prize set-up,  tracking  'any pair'  will not be cost-effective, tracking only 'Front Pairs' should be considered.  Recreated DATA vs Historical DATA should be considered when tracking.

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FL>Mid-day

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draws   base     next  pairs

742---4215----42-41-45---21-25-15

815--6374----63-67-64-37-34-74

731--5891----58-59-51-89-81-91

951- 8012----80-81-82-01-02-12

768- 5938---59-53-58-93-98-38

344-5103---51-50-53-10-13-03

614- 9784---97-98-94-78-74-84

954--2610---26-21-20-61-60-10

220--8140---81-84-80-14-10-40

720-4810---48-41-40-81-80-10

Inference> Each draw generates a string  for the next front pairs, which can be filtered for a reduced play.

Now, how do you track  or analyze your pairs? What factors or parameter/s is pushing those baselines  (strings)?.

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