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Posted: July 20, 2016, 9:37 pm - IP Logged

Hot numbers (Most Frequent Hits)

380, 271, 654, 635, 628

Overdue numbers (Haven't Hit in a while)

408, 416, 370, 429, 581

Leave it to chance.

739, 250, 658, 914, 513

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Posted: July 20, 2016, 10:43 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by on July 20, 2016Hot numbers (Most Frequent Hits)

380, 271, 654, 635, 628

Overdue numbers (Haven't Hit in a while)

408, 416, 370, 429, 581

Leave it to chance.

739, 250, 658, 914, 513

my mother always said : watch the 01 pair after too Many double, i like the 120

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Posted: July 20, 2016, 11:27 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by on July 20, 2016The hot numbers will tend to remain hot, the average

will remain average and the cold will remain cold for a time

and then reorder themselves.

If this appears disjointed in

your game, your lottery may be attempting to disrupt the flow

by aggressively switching ballsets and machines or uses a

computer

"know why on earth would they do that?"

And the masses cant figure out why their patterns, systems and apps fail to work consistently .. hmm

If you find you can't seem to win often enough to be useful,

either you aren't trying hard enough or it's a game you

shouldn't be playing

Knowledge is power

They should stick to same balls and machines :D

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Quote: Originally posted by on July 20, 2016Pick-3 Breakdown original writer Robert R

If you want to win Pick-3 you need to know what the game is

really about. On the surface the game appears to be a matter

of picking one number out of a thousand. Nothing could be

further from the truth.

Let's look beneath the surface of Pick-3.

There are one thousand numbers consisting of three individual

digits from 0-0-0 through 9-9-9 from digits 0123456789.

We call numbers with three unique digits "Unmatched" 1-2-3.

We call numbers with two unique digits "Doubles" 1-2-2.

We call numbers with one unique digit "Triples" 2-2-2.

The game pays for numbers correctly predicted and played as

"Straight" which means the digits are drawn in the exact order

as played. And "Box" which means the same digits as drawn, but

in any order. If 2-1-2 were drawn you would have had to play

2-1-2 to win Straight or one of 1-2-2, 2-1-2, 2-2-1 to win

Box.

Box pays a third to a sixth of Straight because Unmatched

numbers have six ways of positioning the digits, Doubles have

three. Triples, there is only Straight.

Unlike the larger Pick-5 and Pick-6 games, the Box prize is

not a consolation for having the correct digits in the wrong

order. It is a totally separate play independent of the

Straight play. Some states allow the front or back Pair to be

played "Straight" these are also totally independent plays.

Breaking down the One Thousand Pick-3 numbers we find . . .

Unmatched: 720 Straight numbers = 72% percent = 120 Boxed.

Doubles: 270 Straight numbers = 27% percent = 90 Boxed.

Triples: 10 Straight numbers = 1% percent = no Boxed.

Because the Pick-3 digits are pictured as "numbers" 0123456789

we can treat these identifiers as if numbers for the purpose

of a further breakdown into "Odd" and "Even" configurations.

Odd = 1 3 5 7 9

Even = 0 2 4 6 8

All the numbers fall into four groups based on Odd/Even.

All Odd 0-2-4 = O-O-O = 125 numbers = 12.5% = 35 Box = A group

All Even 1-3-5 = E-E-E = 125 numbers = 12.5% = 35 Box = B group

More Odd 1-3-4 = O-O-E = 375 numbers = 37.5% = 75 Box = C group

More Even 0-2-3 = E-E-O = 375 numbers = 37.5% = 75 Box = D group

There are 35 pure Odd Box numbers. The A group.

There are 5 Triples.

111, 333, 555, 777, 999

There are 10 Unmatched Odd Box numbers.

135, 137, 139, 157, 159, 179

357, 359, 379, 579

There are 20 Double Odd Box numbers.

113, 115, 117, 119

133, 155, 177, 199

335, 337, 339

355, 377, 399

557, 559

577, 599

779, 799

There are 35 pure Even Box numbers. The B group.

There are 5 Triples.

000, 222, 444, 666, 888

There are 10 Unmatched Even Box numbers.

024, 026, 028, 046, 048, 068

246, 248, 268, 468

There are 20 Double Even Box numbers.

002, 004, 006, 008

022, 044, 066, 088

224, 226, 228

244, 266, 288

446, 448

466, 488

668, 688

There are 75 leaning toward Odd numbers. The C group.

Unmatched 50

013, 123, 134, 136, 138

015, 125, 145, 156, 158

017, 127, 147, 167, 178

019, 129, 149, 169, 189

035, 235, 345, 356, 358

037, 237, 347, 367, 378

039, 239, 349, 369, 389

057, 257, 457, 567, 578

059, 259, 459, 569, 589

079, 279, 479, 679, 789

Doubles 25

011, 112, 114, 116, 118

033, 233, 334, 336, 338

055, 255, 455, 556, 558B

077, 277, 477, 677, 778

099, 299, 499, 699, 899

There are 75 leaning toward Even numbers. The D group.

Unmatched 50

012, 023, 025, 027, 029

014, 034, 045, 047, 049

016, 036, 056, 067, 069

018, 038, 058, 078, 089

124, 234, 245, 247, 249

126, 236, 256, 267, 279

128, 238, 258, 278, 289

146, 346, 456, 467, 489

148, 348, 458, 478, 489

168, 368, 568, 678, 689

Doubles 25

001, 122, 144, 166, 188

003, 223, 344, 366, 388

005, 225, 445, 566, 588

007, 227, 447, 667, 788

009, 229, 449, 788, 889

Turning This Information Into A System

Pick-3 is a negative expectation game. This means you can buy

a win, but you can't make a profit doing so.

Buying all one thousand combinations Straight for a dollar per

play would cost $1000.00 and returns $500.00.

Buying all 210 Boxed combinations for a dollar per play would

cost $210.00 and return either $80.00 for Unmatched or $160.00

for a Double.

Buying all 120 Unmatched Box combinations for a dollar per

play would cost $120.00 and return $80.00 two times in three.

Buying all 90 Doubles Boxed combinations for a dollar per play

would cost $90.00 and return $160.00, but you can only expect

Doubles to be drawn one time in three to four draws.

To make a Pick-3 system work, the system author has to setup

conditions where a series of correct choices by the user will

result in a win. In other words, the choices you make will

determine whether you win or lose.

In this system there is one to four choices to be made

correctly in order to profit at Pick-3.

The first is whether to play today at all. I know it sounds

weird to make not playing a part of any winning system, but it

is the only way to deal with days when there is no clear path.

It is always better not to play then to lose as the difference

doesn't have to be made up out of future wins. It's hard to

recover when losing negates the value of future wins, so don't

play when the signs don't point to a group: A, B, C, D.

The second decision is whether unmatched or doubles will be

drawn. As you can see, we can quickly eliminate a lot of

numbers when we decide to play only unmatched or only doubles.

The third choice allows for ignoring the second decision if

choice isn't clear and requires one of the four groups be

chosen for play, the: A, B, C, or D group.

The forth choice can be skipped if groups A or B were chosen,

but should be applied if either C or D is expected to contain

the winning number and the second decision was skipped.

The forth choice is to eliminate one or two digits out of the

ten. This means you don't play any number containing those

digit(s), thus 15 - 30 numbers are eliminated out of the 75.

The usual charting methods should be applied tracking the four

groups' skips and hits in the hopes of determining which is

due in the next draw. We don't have to pick between unmatched

and doubles, but the profits improve when we do so correctly.

The digits should be tracked so the dead numbers can be

eliminated when necessary.

Tracking should demonstrate you shouldn't play the same group

back to back. I know they will occasionally come in that way,

but we want to play what happens most often, not rarely.

Doubles tend to come in clusters, watch for a series of 3-5

Unmatched draws to end with several Doubles.

All Odd or all Even are due an average of 1 in 8 to 10 draws.

Two digits repeating are due an average of 1 in 8 to 10 draws.

A Double repeating its two digits averages 1 in 20-25 draws.

Triples are expected once every 99 draws, see if they either

hit more often in your game or return with a second hit within

a third of the time they were out since their last draw. Sort

of a leap frog effect to watch for.

If positive about doubles being due, play all three of their

variations Straight at a dollar each for a $500.00 win.

Ignore "expert" advice about playing sums, it's totally bogus.

A game you can win will have a natural rhythm with digits

raising, cresting and falling away only to begin the process

again. The hot numbers will tend to remain hot, the average

will remain average and the cold will remain cold for a time

and then reorder themselves. If this appears disjointed in

your game, your lottery may be attempting to disrupt the flow

by aggressively switching ballsets and machines or uses a

computer draw.

If you find you can't seem to win often enough to be useful,

either you aren't trying hard enough or it's a game you

shouldn't be playing.

Gogetter, this is some good information. Thanks for posting.

“Discipline determines your destiny, not your desire”

273 455 6104 0685 3120 6148 - Goal for 2017 - $100,000

hempstead new york

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Posted: July 21, 2016, 12:56 am - IP Logged

Does anyone think the sum 5 will return tomorrow?

New York, NY

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New York

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Posted: July 21, 2016, 6:24 am - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by on July 20, 2016my mother always said : watch the 01 pair after too Many double, i like the 120

Oh how long to play that for?

Started - 11/1/15

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Bronx ny

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Posted: July 21, 2016, 6:28 am - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by on July 20, 2016Pick-3 Breakdown original writer Robert R

If you want to win Pick-3 you need to know what the game is

really about. On the surface the game appears to be a matter

of picking one number out of a thousand. Nothing could be

further from the truth.

Let's look beneath the surface of Pick-3.

There are one thousand numbers consisting of three individual

digits from 0-0-0 through 9-9-9 from digits 0123456789.

We call numbers with three unique digits "Unmatched" 1-2-3.

We call numbers with two unique digits "Doubles" 1-2-2.

We call numbers with one unique digit "Triples" 2-2-2.

The game pays for numbers correctly predicted and played as

"Straight" which means the digits are drawn in the exact order

as played. And "Box" which means the same digits as drawn, but

in any order. If 2-1-2 were drawn you would have had to play

2-1-2 to win Straight or one of 1-2-2, 2-1-2, 2-2-1 to win

Box.

Box pays a third to a sixth of Straight because Unmatched

numbers have six ways of positioning the digits, Doubles have

three. Triples, there is only Straight.

Unlike the larger Pick-5 and Pick-6 games, the Box prize is

not a consolation for having the correct digits in the wrong

order. It is a totally separate play independent of the

Straight play. Some states allow the front or back Pair to be

played "Straight" these are also totally independent plays.

Breaking down the One Thousand Pick-3 numbers we find . . .

Unmatched: 720 Straight numbers = 72% percent = 120 Boxed.

Doubles: 270 Straight numbers = 27% percent = 90 Boxed.

Triples: 10 Straight numbers = 1% percent = no Boxed.

Because the Pick-3 digits are pictured as "numbers" 0123456789

we can treat these identifiers as if numbers for the purpose

of a further breakdown into "Odd" and "Even" configurations.

Odd = 1 3 5 7 9

Even = 0 2 4 6 8

All the numbers fall into four groups based on Odd/Even.

All Odd 0-2-4 = O-O-O = 125 numbers = 12.5% = 35 Box = A group

All Even 1-3-5 = E-E-E = 125 numbers = 12.5% = 35 Box = B group

More Odd 1-3-4 = O-O-E = 375 numbers = 37.5% = 75 Box = C group

More Even 0-2-3 = E-E-O = 375 numbers = 37.5% = 75 Box = D group

There are 35 pure Odd Box numbers. The A group.

There are 5 Triples.

111, 333, 555, 777, 999

There are 10 Unmatched Odd Box numbers.

135, 137, 139, 157, 159, 179

357, 359, 379, 579

There are 20 Double Odd Box numbers.

113, 115, 117, 119

133, 155, 177, 199

335, 337, 339

355, 377, 399

557, 559

577, 599

779, 799

There are 35 pure Even Box numbers. The B group.

There are 5 Triples.

000, 222, 444, 666, 888

There are 10 Unmatched Even Box numbers.

024, 026, 028, 046, 048, 068

246, 248, 268, 468

There are 20 Double Even Box numbers.

002, 004, 006, 008

022, 044, 066, 088

224, 226, 228

244, 266, 288

446, 448

466, 488

668, 688

There are 75 leaning toward Odd numbers. The C group.

Unmatched 50

013, 123, 134, 136, 138

015, 125, 145, 156, 158

017, 127, 147, 167, 178

019, 129, 149, 169, 189

035, 235, 345, 356, 358

037, 237, 347, 367, 378

039, 239, 349, 369, 389

057, 257, 457, 567, 578

059, 259, 459, 569, 589

079, 279, 479, 679, 789

Doubles 25

011, 112, 114, 116, 118

033, 233, 334, 336, 338

055, 255, 455, 556, 558B

077, 277, 477, 677, 778

099, 299, 499, 699, 899

There are 75 leaning toward Even numbers. The D group.

Unmatched 50

012, 023, 025, 027, 029

014, 034, 045, 047, 049

016, 036, 056, 067, 069

018, 038, 058, 078, 089

124, 234, 245, 247, 249

126, 236, 256, 267, 279

128, 238, 258, 278, 289

146, 346, 456, 467, 489

148, 348, 458, 478, 489

168, 368, 568, 678, 689

Doubles 25

001, 122, 144, 166, 188

003, 223, 344, 366, 388

005, 225, 445, 566, 588

007, 227, 447, 667, 788

009, 229, 449, 788, 889

Turning This Information Into A System

Pick-3 is a negative expectation game. This means you can buy

a win, but you can't make a profit doing so.

Buying all one thousand combinations Straight for a dollar per

play would cost $1000.00 and returns $500.00.

Buying all 210 Boxed combinations for a dollar per play would

cost $210.00 and return either $80.00 for Unmatched or $160.00

for a Double.

Buying all 120 Unmatched Box combinations for a dollar per

play would cost $120.00 and return $80.00 two times in three.

Buying all 90 Doubles Boxed combinations for a dollar per play

would cost $90.00 and return $160.00, but you can only expect

Doubles to be drawn one time in three to four draws.

To make a Pick-3 system work, the system author has to setup

conditions where a series of correct choices by the user will

result in a win. In other words, the choices you make will

determine whether you win or lose.

In this system there is one to four choices to be made

correctly in order to profit at Pick-3.

The first is whether to play today at all. I know it sounds

weird to make not playing a part of any winning system, but it

is the only way to deal with days when there is no clear path.

It is always better not to play then to lose as the difference

doesn't have to be made up out of future wins. It's hard to

recover when losing negates the value of future wins, so don't

play when the signs don't point to a group: A, B, C, D.

The second decision is whether unmatched or doubles will be

drawn. As you can see, we can quickly eliminate a lot of

numbers when we decide to play only unmatched or only doubles.

The third choice allows for ignoring the second decision if

choice isn't clear and requires one of the four groups be

chosen for play, the: A, B, C, or D group.

The forth choice can be skipped if groups A or B were chosen,

but should be applied if either C or D is expected to contain

the winning number and the second decision was skipped.

The forth choice is to eliminate one or two digits out of the

ten. This means you don't play any number containing those

digit(s), thus 15 - 30 numbers are eliminated out of the 75.

The usual charting methods should be applied tracking the four

groups' skips and hits in the hopes of determining which is

due in the next draw. We don't have to pick between unmatched

and doubles, but the profits improve when we do so correctly.

The digits should be tracked so the dead numbers can be

eliminated when necessary.

Tracking should demonstrate you shouldn't play the same group

back to back. I know they will occasionally come in that way,

but we want to play what happens most often, not rarely.

Doubles tend to come in clusters, watch for a series of 3-5

Unmatched draws to end with several Doubles.

All Odd or all Even are due an average of 1 in 8 to 10 draws.

Two digits repeating are due an average of 1 in 8 to 10 draws.

A Double repeating its two digits averages 1 in 20-25 draws.

Triples are expected once every 99 draws, see if they either

hit more often in your game or return with a second hit within

a third of the time they were out since their last draw. Sort

of a leap frog effect to watch for.

If positive about doubles being due, play all three of their

variations Straight at a dollar each for a $500.00 win.

Ignore "expert" advice about playing sums, it's totally bogus.

A game you can win will have a natural rhythm with digits

raising, cresting and falling away only to begin the process

again. The hot numbers will tend to remain hot, the average

will remain average and the cold will remain cold for a time

and then reorder themselves. If this appears disjointed in

your game, your lottery may be attempting to disrupt the flow

by aggressively switching ballsets and machines or uses a

computer draw.

If you find you can't seem to win often enough to be useful,

either you aren't trying hard enough or it's a game you

shouldn't be playing.

I like where it says ignore expert advice about playing sums it's totally bogus.

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Posted: July 21, 2016, 6:32 am - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by on July 20, 2016462 is the only number never to come out straight in the evening games (NY).

Then don't play it it doesn't want to come out.

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Posted: July 21, 2016, 6:32 am - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by on July 20, 2016They should stick to same balls and machines :D

nyl should use my balls instead of theirs

Who would ever think they use more than one machine and ball sets is just crazy to think so.

People come up with the craziest things... hmmm makes you wonder is it true or just some bogus Horse

Man that's the best conspiracie theory I've heard yet, so far..

Started - 11/1/15

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Track--Sort--Catorgorize--Chain.........

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Posted: July 21, 2016, 6:47 am - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by on July 21, 2016Then don't play it it doesn't want to come out.

Tony what you rolling with today? What's good to play give me a few good numbers for the day and or week..

Started - 11/1/15

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Posted: July 21, 2016, 6:58 am - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by on July 21, 2016Then don't play it it doesn't want to come out.

I know, but if I was playing 264 in the night, I would play 462 str just for the hey

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Posted: July 21, 2016, 7:00 am - IP Logged

Without mrsd's charts lately, I would just say that the 4 is the coldest and most overdue number appearing twice on the cold side (digits 1 & 2) and twice on the overdue side (digits 2 & 3).

Coldest

5. 4. 3

4. 6. 7

Most Overdue

0. 4. 3

9. 8. 4

Hottest

8. 0. 9

1. 2. 1

(100 draws selected/midday only)

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Posted: July 21, 2016, 7:01 am - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by on July 21, 2016I know, but if I was playing 264 in the night, I would play 462 str just for the hey

That's an all even number ask lotto king if they are due today he seems to keep track of all odds all even.

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I think he was playing it last night, that's why I put that up.