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garyo1954's avatar - garyo
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Posted: October 14, 2016, 5:36 pm - IP Logged

____I played front pair pick 3 for the second time in my life. Today I picked 90 and it was 40. The zero felt sure and it came out. I can't play by position as the lottery didn't program this. Generally lotteries work in their pockets first and don't do effort besides wanting to show off with big pots hiding big fees and taxes.

____Programming is business. I feel that it isn't easy to get to the source of knowledge and data. Some just get lucky with connections.

If you want to compare data: p3 sums TX
If the data does not match, then your of my data is not complete. I trust the program.

 

SUMFOUT
01541
148497
2885
3131124
419629
529137
638116
746220
865618
97217
1086111
119083
129900
1310416
1410288

You're right. Programming isn't easy.

Once had a boss who was an old Navy guy. Had a guy working with us who complained how hard every job he was given was going to be.

Finally the old guy got fed and told him, "If this job was easy, I'd hire little girls to do it!"

No more complaints.

 

Looks good to me. Here's the complete chart up to last nights draw.

 

My greatest accomplishment is teaching cats about Vienna Sausage. When I need a friend, all I need do is walk outside, pop open a can, and every little critter in the neighborhood drops by to say "Hi!"

    Sunglasses's avatar - nicebear
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    You're right. Programming isn't easy.

    Once had a boss who was an old Navy guy. Had a guy working with us who complained how hard every job he was given was going to be.

    Finally the old guy got fed and told him, "If this job was easy, I'd hire little girls to do it!"

    No more complaints.

     

    Looks good to me. Here's the complete chart up to last nights draw.

     

    I am not professional. I quit due to course not okay. I have the tail of it.

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      Sunglasses's avatar - nicebear
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      Posted: October 14, 2016, 6:29 pm - IP Logged
      DATEWDDTN1N2N3SUM
      2016-10-12WEDMORNING4059
      2016-10-12WEDMIDDAY60713
      2016-10-12WEDEVENING0112
      2016-10-12WEDNIGHT14611
      2016-10-13THUMORNING26311
      2016-10-13THUMIDDAY49417
      2016-10-13THUEVENING68519
      2016-10-13THUNIGHT15612
      2016-10-14FRIMORNING79319
      2016-10-14FRIMIDDAY65213

      You have differences.

      Sums

      SUMFOUT
      01543
      148499
      2887
      3131126
      419631
      529139
      638118
      746222
      865620
      97219
      1086113
      119085
      129902
      1310420
      14102810
      1594217
      1694388
      178644
      1881819
      196171
      2048929
      2138912
      22301153
      2320134
      2412791
      2597158
      26451290
      279534
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        garyo1954's avatar - garyo
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        Posted: October 14, 2016, 7:23 pm - IP Logged
        DATEWDDTN1N2N3SUM
        2016-10-12WEDMORNING4059
        2016-10-12WEDMIDDAY60713
        2016-10-12WEDEVENING0112
        2016-10-12WEDNIGHT14611
        2016-10-13THUMORNING26311
        2016-10-13THUMIDDAY49417
        2016-10-13THUEVENING68519
        2016-10-13THUNIGHT15612
        2016-10-14FRIMORNING79319
        2016-10-14FRIMIDDAY65213

        You have differences.

        Sums

        SUMFOUT
        01543
        148499
        2887
        3131126
        419631
        529139
        638118
        746222
        865620
        97219
        1086113
        119085
        129902
        1310420
        14102810
        1594217
        1694388
        178644
        1881819
        196171
        2048929
        2138912
        22301153
        2320134
        2412791
        2597158
        26451290
        279534

        Do a count of your drawings. You should have 13362 draws. I haven't added today's draws.

        My greatest accomplishment is teaching cats about Vienna Sausage. When I need a friend, all I need do is walk outside, pop open a can, and every little critter in the neighborhood drops by to say "Hi!"

          garyo1954's avatar - garyo
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          Posted: October 14, 2016, 7:44 pm - IP Logged

          Do a count of your drawings. You should have 13362 draws. I haven't added today's draws.

          That's 13662. Typo.

          My greatest accomplishment is teaching cats about Vienna Sausage. When I need a friend, all I need do is walk outside, pop open a can, and every little critter in the neighborhood drops by to say "Hi!"

            Sunglasses's avatar - nicebear
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            Posted: October 14, 2016, 8:41 pm - IP Logged

            I checked the sum of 0 and 3 with the txlottery and those were correct. My data should be correct.

              garyo1954's avatar - garyo
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              Posted: October 14, 2016, 10:26 pm - IP Logged

              I checked the sum of 0 and 3 with the txlottery and those were correct. My data should be correct.

              Delete December 10, and June 14th. Then it will work.

              My greatest accomplishment is teaching cats about Vienna Sausage. When I need a friend, all I need do is walk outside, pop open a can, and every little critter in the neighborhood drops by to say "Hi!"

                Sunglasses's avatar - nicebear
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                Posted: October 16, 2016, 5:04 pm - IP Logged

                Ok.

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                  garyo1954's avatar - garyo
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                  Posted: October 16, 2016, 9:45 pm - IP Logged

                  Ok.

                  Now that you fixed that, how about counting all the pairs in the entire Live Draw file?

                  So far, I've gone through it 4 times with three different results!!??!

                  My greatest accomplishment is teaching cats about Vienna Sausage. When I need a friend, all I need do is walk outside, pop open a can, and every little critter in the neighborhood drops by to say "Hi!"

                    Sunglasses's avatar - nicebear
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                    Maybe you should add the removed drawings again? Then flip the order?

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                      garyo1954's avatar - garyo
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                      Maybe you should add the removed drawings again? Then flip the order?

                      That worked!

                      The biggest question is: How deep down the rabbit hole do you want to go?

                      With triples you have one digit. Do you count that as one pair, three pairs or six pairs?

                      Likewise doubles, only two digits. Does that make three pairs or six pairs?

                      With singles you always have three individual forward pairs and three individual reverse pairs. Does that make a difference?

                      Negligible at best, but  you might as well do it. You won't know if the digits 1 and 7 hit better as 17 or 71 if you don't. So each pair was calculated in the forward (left to right) and the reverse (right to left) positions.

                      N1 and N2 is the pair. FP = Front Pair; BP= Back Pair; RFP= Reverse Front Pair; RBP = Reverse Back Pair; SP = Split Pair and RSP = Reverse Split Pair

                      Totals follow for the positions and then the total Total. (13667 is the number of draws)

                      So why doesn't the FP = the RFP? Since you're only dealing with 56 pairs in box numbers, the count goes from 0,0 to 0,9, then 1,1 to 1,9, then 2,2 to 2,9 and 3,3 to 3,9.......

                      Consider the first draw in Texas is 3 2 9. It will be picked up as pair 2,3 but skipped over as the 3,2 pair since our box pairs start at 3,3.  Ergo, we count both forward (left to right) and reverse (right to left) to get both. The by-product of this method is that it tells us which digit will lead and which will follow most often. Although, in most cases the difference is minuscule, talking hundredths of a percentage point, one might even consider it brain clutter, but you never know when it might be worth knowing. 

                       

                      The second chart is the continuation of the first. The first was reduced to fit. The second? Not my problem!

                       

                      G

                      My greatest accomplishment is teaching cats about Vienna Sausage. When I need a friend, all I need do is walk outside, pop open a can, and every little critter in the neighborhood drops by to say "Hi!"

                        Sunglasses's avatar - nicebear
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                        Posted: October 17, 2016, 5:15 pm - IP Logged

                        That worked!

                        The biggest question is: How deep down the rabbit hole do you want to go?

                        With triples you have one digit. Do you count that as one pair, three pairs or six pairs?

                        Likewise doubles, only two digits. Does that make three pairs or six pairs?

                        With singles you always have three individual forward pairs and three individual reverse pairs. Does that make a difference?

                        Negligible at best, but  you might as well do it. You won't know if the digits 1 and 7 hit better as 17 or 71 if you don't. So each pair was calculated in the forward (left to right) and the reverse (right to left) positions.

                        N1 and N2 is the pair. FP = Front Pair; BP= Back Pair; RFP= Reverse Front Pair; RBP = Reverse Back Pair; SP = Split Pair and RSP = Reverse Split Pair

                        Totals follow for the positions and then the total Total. (13667 is the number of draws)

                        So why doesn't the FP = the RFP? Since you're only dealing with 56 pairs in box numbers, the count goes from 0,0 to 0,9, then 1,1 to 1,9, then 2,2 to 2,9 and 3,3 to 3,9.......

                        Consider the first draw in Texas is 3 2 9. It will be picked up as pair 2,3 but skipped over as the 3,2 pair since our box pairs start at 3,3.  Ergo, we count both forward (left to right) and reverse (right to left) to get both. The by-product of this method is that it tells us which digit will lead and which will follow most often. Although, in most cases the difference is minuscule, talking hundredths of a percentage point, one might even consider it brain clutter, but you never know when it might be worth knowing. 

                         

                        The second chart is the continuation of the first. The first was reduced to fit. The second? Not my problem!

                         

                        G

                        I had a look for sums of individual games out before drawn, like as in lotsoft5. I generally do not like it. It is just like another sum filter. The hope is to win straight or you loose on the payout. So you have to work straight. Front, back and outside pairs must be straight. You have to step off the boxed pairs to get rid of the grouping foolishness. After you put all straight, straight doubles are equal to straight any pair. For your corruption, this is a tripel:

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                          Sunglasses's avatar - nicebear
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                          That worked!

                          The biggest question is: How deep down the rabbit hole do you want to go?

                          With triples you have one digit. Do you count that as one pair, three pairs or six pairs?

                          Likewise doubles, only two digits. Does that make three pairs or six pairs?

                          With singles you always have three individual forward pairs and three individual reverse pairs. Does that make a difference?

                          Negligible at best, but  you might as well do it. You won't know if the digits 1 and 7 hit better as 17 or 71 if you don't. So each pair was calculated in the forward (left to right) and the reverse (right to left) positions.

                          N1 and N2 is the pair. FP = Front Pair; BP= Back Pair; RFP= Reverse Front Pair; RBP = Reverse Back Pair; SP = Split Pair and RSP = Reverse Split Pair

                          Totals follow for the positions and then the total Total. (13667 is the number of draws)

                          So why doesn't the FP = the RFP? Since you're only dealing with 56 pairs in box numbers, the count goes from 0,0 to 0,9, then 1,1 to 1,9, then 2,2 to 2,9 and 3,3 to 3,9.......

                          Consider the first draw in Texas is 3 2 9. It will be picked up as pair 2,3 but skipped over as the 3,2 pair since our box pairs start at 3,3.  Ergo, we count both forward (left to right) and reverse (right to left) to get both. The by-product of this method is that it tells us which digit will lead and which will follow most often. Although, in most cases the difference is minuscule, talking hundredths of a percentage point, one might even consider it brain clutter, but you never know when it might be worth knowing. 

                           

                          The second chart is the continuation of the first. The first was reduced to fit. The second? Not my problem!

                           

                          G

                          Instead of being the fool that you are, concatenate the digits to form numbers. 00 = 0, 01 = 1, ... 99 = 99. Hundred rows and no headaches. You've got to eat more chocolate! Chocolate is good, makes you corrupt and eats your teeth away. Eating chocolate feeds the dentists and pays their BMW's!

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                            Sunglasses's avatar - nicebear
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                            Mixing straight pairs Texas:

                            BEST: 97 92 72 => 972 WITH: 27 * 3 STRAIGHT

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                              Mixing straight pairs Texas:

                              BEST: 97 92 72 => 972 WITH: 27 * 3 STRAIGHT

                              tWEAKEST: 80 63 57 => 328 * 1 STR.PAIR.HIT