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# Pick 3> Odds 1/1000,1/67 , 1/33 is your filter for str8

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Ideal>Total combo for P3 is 1000picks, hence the ratio is 1/1000. How do you interpret this from filter perspective? Is the ratio 1/1000 constant for each draw cycle with respect to what data size? Does the ratio 1/1000 assumes each pick will be drawn within 0 to 999 cycles? Can one assume, filtering previous 999 picks can get your  next str hit? That's this sound logical?.

Consider a scenario where you know the start date of pick 3 draws of  a State X, if current total draws is 999,can you with certainty wage the remaining pick? Can the ratio 1/1000 be  written as  First/1000?

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Ideal>Total combo for P3 is 1000picks, hence the ratio is 1/1000. How do you interpret this from filter perspective? Is the ratio 1/1000 constant for each draw cycle with respect to what data size? Does the ratio 1/1000 assumes each pick will be drawn within 0 to 999 cycles? Can one assume, filtering previous 999 picks can get your  next str hit? That's this sound logical?.

Consider a scenario where you know the start date of pick 3 draws of  a State X, if current total draws is 999,can you with certainty wage the remaining pick? Can the ratio 1/1000 be  written as  First/1000?

It doesn't take 1000 drawing for each of the 1000 straight numbers to come out.

On 1000 draws some numbers don't come out.

Some come out one time (once).

And some come out more than once.

I don't have the real stats and probably can't get them either.

But it should be as I posted.

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All 1000 straight numbers are equal, that is the same, there is no reason why some of them should come more often than others.

But it is possible that for some reason some might come out more often than others.

The odds should always be the same on each and every draw, that is 1/1000 regardless of what came before, but in "real" life it might not be like that.

The past draws don't lie, that is the only truth out there, lottery and prediction - wise.

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As to filters, well, it is in a way the same as the straight pick 3 numbers themselves.

Both the straight pick 3 numbers and the filters are just "patterns".

On a given section of draws, some patterns don't come out at all, some come out once and some come out more than once.

It is the same as with the digits and with the full numbers, such is life.

Why? Who knows, but that is the way that it is.

The past draws and their stats don't lie.

Fernando.

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It doesn't take 1000 drawing for each of the 1000 straight numbers to come out.

On 1000 draws some numbers don't come out.

Some come out one time (once).

And some come out more than once.

I don't have the real stats and probably can't get them either.

But it should be as I posted.

Sure , for any draw cycle, the assumed chance remains constant, but some draws does not come out, and some come out more than once, how do one adjust or account for odds of the frequent ones?

It doesn't take 1000 drawing for each of the 1000 straight numbers to come out.

Why not?

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Sure , for any draw cycle, the assumed chance remains constant, but some draws does not come out, and some come out more than once, how do one adjust or account for odds of the frequent ones?

It doesn't take 1000 drawing for each of the 1000 straight numbers to come out.

Why not?

"It doesn't take 1000 drawing for each of the 1000 straight numbers to come out."

"Why not?"

Because one draw, doesn't have anything to do with any other draw at any other time before.

The chance remains as 1/1000 ALL of the time.

That is how "Statistical Chance" works, always has.

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All 1000 straight numbers are equal, that is the same, there is no reason why some of them should come more often than others.

But it is possible that for some reason some might come out more often than others.

The odds should always be the same on each and every draw, that is 1/1000 regardless of what came before, but in "real" life it might not be like that.

The past draws don't lie, that is the only truth out there, lottery and prediction - wise.

All 1000 straight numbers are equal, that is the same, there is no reason why some of them should come more often than others.  But it is possible that for some reason some might come out more often than others.

There should be a reason, case in point, in a coin flip, the assumed ratio is 50H/50T, but after n flips the  ratio changes(may have more H than T).

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"How do one adjust or account for odds of the frequent ones?"

That is what some people would like to know about.

There is no other way than to study the past draws, their patterns and their stats, of course you need to know how to study them, what you are looking for and how to interpret what you see-find.

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Hello AdobeÂ 78, you can do the cycle of the 3 positions of pick3
From 0 to 9 each digit then join to create betting
The probability that a random drawing shows the positions
Following the Gauss curve, central range of probalidades
No matter 1/1000 or 1/10 (0-9) position by position
A closed loop is when at least one digit is drawn
The law does not apply in Belford lotteries because of this

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All 1000 straight numbers are equal, that is the same, there is no reason why some of them should come more often than others.  But it is possible that for some reason some might come out more often than others.

There should be a reason, case in point, in a coin flip, the assumed ratio is 50H/50T, but after n flips the  ratio changes(may have more H than T).

In a mechanical drawing the reason is all physical (mechanical) so to speak.

There are a multitude of factors involved in the selection of the 3 balls, they are all mechanical-physical reasons, Sir Isaac Newton and or Albert Einstein maybe could explain better, cause I sure can't.

On RNG based drawings there are also reasons, reasons having to do with the production of numbers by the use of RNGs, either way, it all comes to having the same or almost the same results, there will always be something sort of like a bias, but more like a changing bias as the sequence of the drawings progress.

I am not quite as learned as to be able to exactly explain the way(s), but perhaps others can't explain any better than myself. So just take what I say.

Probably I am as high an authority on pick 3 and lottery prediction as you will ever find, maybe, but just maybe.

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"It doesn't take 1000 drawing for each of the 1000 straight numbers to come out."

"Why not?"

Because one draw, doesn't have anything to do with any other draw at any other time before.

The chance remains as 1/1000 ALL of the time.

That is how "Statistical Chance" works, always has.

Because one draw, doesn't have anything to do with any other draw at any other time before.

Very True. The ideal is to run my own draws creating my FIRST PICK out of N(N could be 1000,220,720 ,,,). I may need a software to filter many previous draws.

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It all comes down to physics.

For every action there is a re-action maybe of equal value, but of opposite force (?) and there are a multitude of actions that produce the reactions that make the winning lottery number(s).

Maybe even the most astute and learned person could not exactly explain what and how it happens, but it does produce what we see on the past history of the winning numbers.

All that I can say is: Study the past winning numbers, cause they and the "make-up" the physical make-up of the game is all that we have to go by with.

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Because one draw, doesn't have anything to do with any other draw at any other time before.

Very True. The ideal is to run my own draws creating my FIRST PICK out of N(N could be 1000,220,720 ,,,). I may need a software to filter many previous draws.

While you can filter OUT many previous draws, the stats would show, that a given part of the time, it is only more or less safe to filter out a given number of past draws and that will or could change in time, you would filter out so many draws and you would fail some portion of the time and you would win a portion of the time also, but the problem here is that there are 1000 straight numbers and they only pay \$500 for a winning straight number.

So that on or by itself is not enough.

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Hello AdobeÂ 78, you can do the cycle of the 3 positions of pick3
From 0 to 9 each digit then join to create betting
The probability that a random drawing shows the positions
Following the Gauss curve, central range of probalidades
No matter 1/1000 or 1/10 (0-9) position by position
A closed loop is when at least one digit is drawn
The law does not apply in Belford lotteries because of this

Thanks, dr san.

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Also, you know that when you filter out "filter-patterns" you are also filtering out numbers, in this particular case straight pick 3 numbers.

So you are not restricted to just filtering out the straight pick 3 numbers DIRECTLY.

You do need to filter out patterns such as digits, pairs, Even-Odd, Low-High, Sums, Widths, Etc.

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