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# HOT DIGIT ?? or something more?

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 Posted: September 3, 2016, 3:52 pm - IP Logged

I agree with Tia and the 009 result from the 501 proves your point well with th 0 from the 50 mirror pair, the 0 from the 01 consec pair giving 00 and the 09 consec from the 209 past mid number. Not only does one of the consec pairs repeat within three days but often the non consecutive number will hit as its mirror, (5)=0 from 501. Since doubles hit more often than mirror pairs they are worth looking at and they do the same with the non double number coming back or as its mirror within three games. 009, so 9 or 4 will come back and that's what happened when we got 928 as the next game winner. Of course this doesn't happen 100% of the games but it happens enough to be quite helpful choosing numbers.

I have noticed that one # from a consecutive pair often repeats in the P4 as well. Great topic!!!

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I have noticed that one # from a consecutive pair often repeats in the P4 as well. Great topic!!!

Thanks grwurston. I use your idea of grouping root sums as a reduction tool often. Also really like this line in your signature..."The numbers will tell you what numbers to play. Pay attention to the numbers."

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000

333

411

Sums 9,0,6.

Way to go lakerben. Got the pair !!

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I did do some new stats. Pretty convincing to me. Have we exceeded the rate above random?  I'll leave that to you to figure.

I did KS for the same period for three additional years. Now KS was a single draw state then. Then I did GA for the same period for three years. GA was a 2 draw state the whole period.

KS:

2015: 62 draws  27 occurrences of consecutive pairs. 24 returned one of those digits in three draws. Draw 1:12  Draw 2:9  Draw 3:3

Mirrors:14 occurrences 12 returned in three draws  Draw 1:6  Draw 2:4  Draw 3:2

2014: 62 draws  27 occurrences of consecutive pairs. 26 returned one of those digits in three draws. Draw 1:21  Draw 2:3  Draw 3:2

Mirrors: 12 occurrences 12 returned in three draws. Draw 1: 7  Draw:3  Draw 3:2

2013: 62 draws.  26 consecutives. 22 returned. Draw 1:11  Draw 2: 7  Draw 3:4

Mirrors: 13 mirror pairs  13 returned  Draw 1:8  Draw 2: 3  Draw 3:2

Georgia:

Same time period. 124 draws

2016: 62 Consecutives  52 returned in three draws.  Draw 1:33  Draw 2:16  Draw 3:3

34 Mirror             28 returned in three draws.  Draw 1:16  Draw 2:8    Draw 3:4

2015: 64 consecutives   55 returned in three draws.  Draw 1:27   Draw 2:20   Draw 3: 8

21 mirrors            20 returned in three draws.  Draw 1:12   Draw 2:3   Draw 3:5

2014: 62 consecutives   52 returned in three draws.  Draw 1:35   Draw 2: 9  Draw 3: 8

27 mirrors            25 returned in three draws.  Draw 1:12   Draw 2:8   Draw 3: 5

Not 1,000 draws but I think you can see it is pretty consistent over time by using different years and states. hit rate stays consistent also.

So how to play this?  Obviously the consecutive pairs are stronger and more prevalent. Mirrors have their place though.

Between the two combined they consist of about 2/3 of the total draws. Playing just the first draws can bring a good return and generally there is another pair to play by the time you get to that point. Can this be a pointer to how to play those?

I certainly think so.

Any GA players? According to these numbers, that means you could narrow it to one of three digits apprx. 2/3 of the time.

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Well, I did do workout. Couldn't get combos down far enough so just went with 4-5. Got it down to 13 combo's. Didn't double up on anything (chicken). Should have seen the repeat on root and sum coming. KS is just stuck on this repeat thing. Even the vtrac was a mirror of last two draws. So still got  a box out of it.

Sep 03  MID 491

Sep  02 MID 550     EVE  054

Sep  01 MID 009     EVE  928

Aug 31 MID 862     EVE  501

Aug 30 MID 209     EVE  887

Aug 29 MID 646     EVE  352

Didn't really expect another mirror combo so soon. Just goes to show, can't count it out.

By the way ALX, the 19 pair was a key pair in today's 3-4 rundown.

This is fun and I don't even play KS! I had 4 9 1 as keys!

If it wasn't impossible I wouldn't even consider it!

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I have noticed that one # from a consecutive pair often repeats in the P4 as well. Great topic!!!

Ya budddy and the mirrors and non doubles too.It's a little more complicated but it's all there in P4 too!

If it wasn't impossible I wouldn't even consider it!

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This is fun and I don't even play KS! I had 4 9 1 as keys!

Way to go ALX !!

I'm going doubles for tonite. EEO, OOO. Got a little nervous on root sums, so didn't reduce too far. Picked 4 and 9 for my keys.

229 445 566 199 119 335 355

Good Luck !!

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Ya budddy and the mirrors and non doubles too.It's a little more complicated but it's all there in P4 too!

That 3-4 rundown will work for P-4 too ALX. No pick 4 here in KS, so I'm not up on it. Blackapple has some stuff for it.

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This is fun and I don't even play KS! I had 4 9 1 as keys!

Did you do 3-4 based on KS?

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Did you do 3-4 based on KS?

the 3-4 rundown is so hard to understand. i really don't get the whole balancing the number i have tried and i always seem to mess it up. i tried to do it with out balancing the number but that's a hit and miss. can you explain the the balancing thing just a little bit?

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 Posted: September 3, 2016, 7:09 pm - IP Logged

Welcome, adobea78! All views are welcome for discussion.

I am going to assume this is directed at Wisconsin. It follows along with what was posted earlier. I don't even understand most of what was in it, except the reference to coin flip. Your views support what I have said for years.....One game, many ways to get there.

I have played pick 3 for a long time. I have never been behind long. For this year alone I am very much in the black.

Again, I'm not trying to prove odds although I think the probability is apparent. If it helps someone to have more success, that's great. Your success with it will depend on how well you can reduce combinations without filtering out the next draw, and how much confidence you have in it to be able to place multiples.

Probability is a measure of prediction, odds is the wager's bet. These two functions are mutually inclusive.

How many consecutive pairs do we have from the 1000 sets of Pick 3?.  Try to count how many consecutive pairs for this 1000 sets.

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{5,0,0} {5,0,1} {5,0,2} {5,0,3} {5,0,4} {5,0,5} {5,0,6} {5,0,7} {5,0,8} {5,0,9} {5,1,0} {5,1,1} {5,1,2} {5,1,3} {5,1,4} {5,1,5} {5,1,6} {5,1,7} {5,1,8} {5,1,9} {5,2,0} {5,2,1} {5,2,2} {5,2,3} {5,2,4} {5,2,5} {5,2,6} {5,2,7} {5,2,8} {5,2,9} {5,3,0} {5,3,1} {5,3,2} {5,3,3} {5,3,4} {5,3,5} {5,3,6} {5,3,7} {5,3,8} {5,3,9} {5,4,0} {5,4,1} {5,4,2} {5,4,3} {5,4,4} {5,4,5} {5,4,6} {5,4,7} {5,4,8} {5,4,9} {5,5,0} {5,5,1} {5,5,2} {5,5,3} {5,5,4} {5,5,5} {5,5,6} {5,5,7} {5,5,8} {5,5,9} {5,6,0} {5,6,1} {5,6,2} {5,6,3} {5,6,4} {5,6,5} {5,6,6} {5,6,7} {5,6,8} {5,6,9} {5,7,0} {5,7,1} {5,7,2} {5,7,3} {5,7,4} {5,7,5} {5,7,6} {5,7,7} {5,7,8} {5,7,9} {5,8,0} {5,8,1} {5,8,2} {5,8,3} {5,8,4} {5,8,5} {5,8,6} {5,8,7} {5,8,8} {5,8,9} {5,9,0} {5,9,1} {5,9,2} {5,9,3} {5,9,4} {5,9,5} {5,9,6} {5,9,7} {5,9,8} {5,9,9} {6,0,0} {6,0,1} {6,0,2} {6,0,3} {6,0,4} {6,0,5} {6,0,6} {6,0,7} {6,0,8} {6,0,9} {6,1,0} {6,1,1} {6,1,2} {6,1,3} {6,1,4} {6,1,5} {6,1,6} {6,1,7} {6,1,8} {6,1,9} {6,2,0} {6,2,1} {6,2,2} {6,2,3} {6,2,4} {6,2,5} {6,2,6} {6,2,7} {6,2,8} {6,2,9} {6,3,0} {6,3,1} {6,3,2} {6,3,3} {6,3,4} {6,3,5} {6,3,6} {6,3,7} {6,3,8} {6,3,9} {6,4,0} {6,4,1} {6,4,2} {6,4,3} {6,4,4} {6,4,5} {6,4,6} {6,4,7} {6,4,8} {6,4,9} {6,5,0} {6,5,1} {6,5,2} {6,5,3} {6,5,4} {6,5,5} {6,5,6} {6,5,7} {6,5,8} {6,5,9} {6,6,0} {6,6,1} {6,6,2} {6,6,3} {6,6,4} {6,6,5} {6,6,6} {6,6,7} {6,6,8} {6,6,9} {6,7,0} {6,7,1} {6,7,2} {6,7,3} {6,7,4} {6,7,5} {6,7,6} {6,7,7} {6,7,8} {6,7,9} {6,8,0} {6,8,1} {6,8,2} {6,8,3} {6,8,4} {6,8,5} {6,8,6} {6,8,7} {6,8,8} {6,8,9} {6,9,0} {6,9,1} {6,9,2} {6,9,3} {6,9,4} {6,9,5} {6,9,6} {6,9,7} {6,9,8} {6,9,9} {7,0,0} {7,0,1} {7,0,2} {7,0,3} {7,0,4} {7,0,5} {7,0,6} {7,0,7} {7,0,8} {7,0,9} {7,1,0} {7,1,1} {7,1,2} {7,1,3} {7,1,4} {7,1,5} {7,1,6} {7,1,7} {7,1,8} {7,1,9} {7,2,0} {7,2,1} {7,2,2} {7,2,3} {7,2,4} {7,2,5} {7,2,6} {7,2,7} {7,2,8} {7,2,9} {7,3,0} {7,3,1} {7,3,2} {7,3,3} {7,3,4} {7,3,5} {7,3,6} {7,3,7} {7,3,8} {7,3,9} {7,4,0} {7,4,1} {7,4,2} {7,4,3} {7,4,4} {7,4,5} {7,4,6} {7,4,7} {7,4,8} {7,4,9} {7,5,0} {7,5,1} {7,5,2} {7,5,3} {7,5,4} {7,5,5} {7,5,6} {7,5,7} {7,5,8} {7,5,9} {7,6,0} {7,6,1} {7,6,2} {7,6,3} {7,6,4} {7,6,5} {7,6,6} {7,6,7} {7,6,8} {7,6,9} {7,7,0} {7,7,1} {7,7,2} {7,7,3} {7,7,4} {7,7,5} {7,7,6} {7,7,7} {7,7,8} {7,7,9} {7,8,0} {7,8,1} {7,8,2} {7,8,3} {7,8,4} {7,8,5} {7,8,6} {7,8,7} {7,8,8} {7,8,9} {7,9,0} {7,9,1} {7,9,2} {7,9,3} {7,9,4} {7,9,5} {7,9,6} {7,9,7} {7,9,8} {7,9,9} {8,0,0} {8,0,1} {8,0,2} {8,0,3} {8,0,4} {8,0,5} {8,0,6} {8,0,7} {8,0,8} {8,0,9} {8,1,0} {8,1,1} {8,1,2} {8,1,3} {8,1,4} {8,1,5} {8,1,6} {8,1,7} {8,1,8} {8,1,9} {8,2,0} {8,2,1} {8,2,2} {8,2,3} {8,2,4} {8,2,5} {8,2,6} {8,2,7} {8,2,8} {8,2,9} {8,3,0} {8,3,1} {8,3,2} {8,3,3} {8,3,4} {8,3,5} {8,3,6} {8,3,7} {8,3,8} {8,3,9} {8,4,0} {8,4,1} {8,4,2} {8,4,3} {8,4,4} {8,4,5} {8,4,6} {8,4,7} {8,4,8} {8,4,9} {8,5,0} {8,5,1} {8,5,2} {8,5,3} {8,5,4} {8,5,5} {8,5,6} {8,5,7} {8,5,8} {8,5,9} {8,6,0} {8,6,1} {8,6,2} {8,6,3} {8,6,4} {8,6,5} {8,6,6} {8,6,7} {8,6,8} {8,6,9} {8,7,0} {8,7,1} {8,7,2} {8,7,3} {8,7,4} {8,7,5} {8,7,6} {8,7,7} {8,7,8} {8,7,9} {8,8,0} {8,8,1} {8,8,2} {8,8,3} {8,8,4} {8,8,5} {8,8,6} {8,8,7} {8,8,8} {8,8,9} {8,9,0} {8,9,1} {8,9,2} {8,9,3} {8,9,4} {8,9,5} {8,9,6} {8,9,7} {8,9,8} {8,9,9} {9,0,0} {9,0,1} {9,0,2} {9,0,3} {9,0,4} {9,0,5} {9,0,6} {9,0,7} {9,0,8} {9,0,9} {9,1,0} {9,1,1} {9,1,2} {9,1,3} {9,1,4} {9,1,5} {9,1,6} {9,1,7} {9,1,8} {9,1,9} {9,2,0} {9,2,1} {9,2,2} {9,2,3} {9,2,4} {9,2,5} {9,2,6} {9,2,7} {9,2,8} {9,2,9} {9,3,0} {9,3,1} {9,3,2} {9,3,3} {9,3,4} {9,3,5} {9,3,6} {9,3,7} {9,3,8} {9,3,9} {9,4,0} {9,4,1} {9,4,2} {9,4,3} {9,4,4} {9,4,5} {9,4,6} {9,4,7} {9,4,8} {9,4,9} {9,5,0} {9,5,1} {9,5,2} {9,5,3} {9,5,4} {9,5,5} {9,5,6} {9,5,7} {9,5,8} {9,5,9} {9,6,0} {9,6,1} {9,6,2} {9,6,3} {9,6,4} {9,6,5} {9,6,6} {9,6,7} {9,6,8} {9,6,9} {9,7,0} {9,7,1} {9,7,2} {9,7,3} {9,7,4} {9,7,5} {9,7,6} {9,7,7} {9,7,8} {9,7,9} {9,8,0} {9,8,1} {9,8,2} {9,8,3} {9,8,4} {9,8,5} {9,8,6} {9,8,7} {9,8,8} {9,8,9} {9,9,0} {9,9,1} {9,9,2} {9,9,3} {9,9,4} {9,9,5} {9,9,6} {9,9,7} {9,9,8} {9,9,9}

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In Pick 3 there are 10 consecutive pairs. Add a digit from 0-9 would make 90 box combinations.6 x 90 = 560 consecutive straight combinations.

This thread is about what happens after the consecutive or mirror pair. That amount would depend on how many key digits matched with how many predicted pairs.

Rock Chalk Jayhawk

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Did you do 3-4 based on KS?

No, because I've been around long enough to really like simple methods. 054 was 05 mirror pair and 4 (45 consec pair) but 05 has played three times lately so I liked 4 and its mirror 9 as keys more than 0 or 5. 054 also has a root sum of 9 (0+4+5=9) so that makes 9 even stronger as a key number. If you add the front pair 0+5 and subtract them you will get 05, but we already know 05/50 have just played three times lately and are probably not good choices as stated. If you take the rear pair 54 and add and subtract them you will get 9 and 1. Since we already have decided that we like 9 and 4 as keys we end up with 1 as a possible third number or key. That gives us 491 as strong numbers. 4+9+1=14 and 1+4=5 as a root sum. Not so sure about 5 tonight but 4+9=3 and 4-9=5 and 9+1=0 and 9-1=8 so 3 and or 8 are possible for tonight. And since 9 and 4 are mirror pairs we can add the 1 and 6. Let's see.

If it wasn't impossible I wouldn't even consider it!

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the 3-4 rundown is so hard to understand. i really don't get the whole balancing the number i have tried and i always seem to mess it up. i tried to do it with out balancing the number but that's a hit and miss. can you explain the the balancing thing just a little bit?

It can be difficult. This post has the best explanation by the creator of the 3-4 rundown.https://www.lotterypost.com/thread/304465

This thread, while not strictly about the 3-4 rundown does have a lot of good info on it in the last several pages.

If that doesn't help PM and I'll send you the sheet I made to help me.

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No, because I've been around long enough to really like simple methods. 054 was 05 mirror pair and 4 (45 consec pair) but 05 has played three times lately so I liked 4 and its mirror 9 as keys more than 0 or 5. 054 also has a root sum of 9 (0+4+5=9) so that makes 9 even stronger as a key number. If you add the front pair 0+5 and subtract them you will get 05, but we already know 05/50 have just played three times lately and are probably not good choices as stated. If you take the rear pair 54 and add and subtract them you will get 9 and 1. Since we already have decided that we like 9 and 4 as keys we end up with 1 as a possible third number or key. That gives us 491 as strong numbers. 4+9+1=14 and 1+4=5 as a root sum. Not so sure about 5 tonight but 4+9=3 and 4-9=5 and 9+1=0 and 9-1=8 so 3 and or 8 are possible for tonight. And since 9 and 4 are mirror pairs we can add the 1 and 6. Let's see.

I like your reasoning. And it pays off. The draw was 082. It was in the rundown, but I took it out because my chosen key was the 5 and 9.

4 0 3 5 4 5      3 0 4 5 3 5

4 3 8 9 9        3 4 9 8 8

7 2 8 9          7 4 8 7

9 1 8              2 3 6

1 9                5 9

9 can be 0 in the rundown as there isn't one when finished with it. So there is the pair 08 in the left column and the 2 even in the third row of it. Should have stuck with the 0........

Still surprised it wasn't a double. So it goes.

Rock Chalk Jayhawk

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