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Pick 3 Ft pair ROOT PAIR Strategy/System (Another way to look at roots)

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Posted: October 13, 2016, 6:29 am - IP Logged

@CARBOB

This is Florida Midday Front Pair Days Out Chart (FPDOC) as of 10-3 Last night pick 3  was 742. 7 + 4=11 1+1=2.

So we had  FP rt #2.  FP Rt. #3 is out 46 days and #6 is out 24 days.

Let's see the list for Rt. #3 & 6:

Rt. 3              Rt. 6

03                 06

12                 15

48                 24

57                 33

66                 78

93                 96

This is just one step. The other steps has to do with Chart #2 and 3.  Like I said, I don't follow any Pick 3 in the USA so I have no 'gut' feeling. You need to do the analysis.

Play to win!

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    Posted: October 13, 2016, 6:48 am - IP Logged

    I made a mistake, my apology. I use combined draws.

    FP   RT SKP          SKP

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    000248DP248
    000248DP248
    000248DP248
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    03318GP$18
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    03318GP$18
    03318GP$18
    03318GP$18
    03318GP$18
    03318GP$18
    03318GP$18
    12318CP$225
    12318CP$225
    12318CP$225
    12318CP$225
    12318CP$225
    12318CP$225
    12318CP$225
    12318CP$225
    12318CP$225
    12318CP$225
    21318CP$136
    21318CP$136
    21318CP$136
    21318CP$136
    21318CP$136
    21318CP$136
    21318CP$136
    21318CP$136
    21318CP$136
    21318CP$136
    30318GP$133
    30318GP$133
    30318GP$133
    30318GP$133
    30318GP$133
    30318GP$133
    30318GP$133
    30318GP$133
    30318GP$133
    30318GP$133
    39318OP$34
    39318OP$34
    39318OP$34
    39318OP$34
    39318OP$34
    39318OP$34
    39318OP$34
    39318OP$34
    39318OP$34
    39318OP$34
    48318EP$20
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    48318EP$20
    48318EP$20
    48318EP$20
    57318OP$100
    57318OP$100
    57318OP$100
    57318OP$100
    57318OP$100
    57318OP$100
    57318OP$100
    57318OP$100
    57318OP$100
    57318OP$100
    66318DP56
    66318DP56
    66318DP56
    66318DP56
    66318DP56
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    66318DP56
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    66318DP56
    75318OP152
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    75318OP152
    75318OP152
    75318OP152
    84318EP$24
    84318EP$24
    84318EP$24
    84318EP$24
    84318EP$24
    84318EP$24
    84318EP$24
    84318EP$24
    84318EP$24
    84318EP$24
    93318OP113
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      Kunming
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      Posted: October 13, 2016, 7:23 am - IP Logged

      @Carbob

      I have to 3 questions to ask.

      Which FP Rt. do you think will be drawn in the next Florida Midday?

      Once you pick the FP rt. , which  Pair from that FP Rt. will be drawn? What does your instinct tell you?

      Yesterday it was root 2. Do you think that root 3 will be drawn? After all it's been out the longest.

      Play to win!

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        Posted: October 13, 2016, 7:51 am - IP Logged

        Rt 3 would be a very good choice. It is odd and the last 3 draws have been even.

        750
        751
        752
        753
        754
        755
        756
        757
        758
        759
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          Posted: October 13, 2016, 11:16 am - IP Logged

          This 1st. chart is the ROOT CHART (I will be calling it the RC for short from here on out). If you can, print out the charts for convenience.

          In this thread, we will only focus on the Front Pair (I will be calling it FP for short from here on out). If you can get a handle on which FP will be drawn, then picking the 3rd digit should be easier. Remember that this is for any state. This thread is NOT going to post numbers for YOU. YOU have to do the research for your state. I'm just trying to maybe open your eyes to some ideas that can help you pick a winning number. 

          This 2nd. chart is the ROOT DAYS OUT CHART (I will be calling it the RDOC for short from here on out).

          Note: There are 2 Days out column for convenience. This way you can erase the previous Rt# and write the new one. Print the chart.

          This 3rd. chart is the BOX PAIRS DAYS OUT CHART (I will be calling it the BPDOC for short from here on out). If you can, print out the charts for convenience.

          The last Box Pairs column are the consecutive pairs.

          Stay tune. More to come.

          That's root pairs singles boxed. That is only a fraction of root pairs!

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            Those of us who play Pick 3 or any other lottery game regularly, usually keep track of a few things such as when a double, a triple, odd, even, high, low, consecutive are due, etc. In my years of playing there are a few things that I and others have observed and that is: Certain numbers like to be paired together often. Certain numbers like to follow other numbers. One example of this is the number4. This number usually likes to pair with8 and vice versa. It's not to say that this happens all the time. Of course not but it happens enough that you can see a pattern and  count on this happening. Just look at your Pick 3 drawing and see for yourself. That's is why I made the BPDOC. Another number that follows this pattern as well is6. This number usually likes to pair with2.  Yes I know, both4 & 6 like to pair with other numbers as well but overall you will notice 4 & 8 and6 & 2 occur together most of the time. That is why I made the Box Pair Days Out Chart (BPDOC). Tracking is very important. Don't chance it all on luck! There is no Magic formula.

            Tools that you should have:

            1.The 3 charts that I posted.

            2. Lotsoftpro 5.1.0

            Once you downloaded and install Lotsoftpro go to

            Show me statistics/front pair (straight) and print the chart. Be sure to print the "front pair (straight)" NOT the front pair (boxed)

            Once you have printed the chart, use a highlighter and highlight the pairs that the"cur. skip" and"med. skip" are doubled. For example pair 07x "cur. skip" is 200 days/ "med. skip" is 73. So you would highlight both these columns. If a pair is doubly due, it's a good pair to keep track of. Remember we are trying to use this in conjunction with the RDOC and the BPDOC. NOTE: If you print the chart from within the program(Lotsoftpro), it will look different then what I have display here. You need to get a 'print screen' program like Faststone Capture to capture the chart and put it in Microsoft word as I have displayed here. If you don't understand what I mean then I might post a video of how to do it.

            Stay tune. More to come.


            A pair scores once in 100. It has 99 skipped drawings and 1 not skipped drawing.

            If the sum of skips is the count of drawings where your element did not score,
            then the average skip is 99.

            skip 1 = jump over 1

            I do finer but leave you at this level.

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              A pair scores once in 100. It has 99 skipped drawings and 1 not skipped drawing.

              If the sum of skips is the count of drawings where your element did not score,
              then the average skip is 99.

              skip 1 = jump over 1

              I do finer but leave you at this level.

              Explain the statement sum of skips???

               

               

               

               

               

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                Explain the statement sum of skips???

                 

                 

                 

                 

                 

                 = sum of failed to score

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                  Posted: October 13, 2016, 1:48 pm - IP Logged

                  Explain the statement sum of skips???

                   

                   

                   

                   

                   

                  Does it display the skips sequence somewhere to be correct?

                  This is for which game and state for which period?

                  Does this concern boxed combinations of 3 digits?

                  I can imagine a different word!

                  In doubt, ask Ricky or read the manual!

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                    I just added boxed single pairs to boxed single pick 3's in the filter wheeler.

                    EX.: 12 15 19 56 59 78 79

                    SET

                    125 129 159 156 179 569

                     

                    Version 1: single pairs are merged to full combinations.
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                      Posted: October 13, 2016, 2:03 pm - IP Logged

                      @CARBOB

                      This is Florida Midday Front Pair Days Out Chart (FPDOC) as of 10-3 Last night pick 3  was 742. 7 + 4=11 1+1=2.

                      So we had  FP rt #2.  FP Rt. #3 is out 46 days and #6 is out 24 days.

                      Let's see the list for Rt. #3 & 6:

                      Rt. 3              Rt. 6

                      03                 06

                      12                 15

                      48                 24

                      57                 33

                      66                 78

                      93                 96

                      This is just one step. The other steps has to do with Chart #2 and 3.  Like I said, I don't follow any Pick 3 in the USA so I have no 'gut' feeling. You need to do the analysis.

                      Why days out? What if you have 5 drawings a day? What if you have 1 drawing every 2 days?

                      I had the discussion years earlier. You come up with the same again.

                      You are on a slang.

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                        Does it display the skips sequence somewhere to be correct?

                        This is for which game and state for which period?

                        Does this concern boxed combinations of 3 digits?

                        I can imagine a different word!

                        In doubt, ask Ricky or read the manual!

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                          Posted: October 13, 2016, 11:51 pm - IP Logged

                          That's root pairs singles boxed. That is only a fraction of root pairs!

                          The Box Pair Days Out Chart(BPDOC) are the pairs that I personally find tends to come out together. I never said that this was all the possible rt pairs.  If you plan on playing #4 your best choice that will pair with #4 will be 8 follow by 7,6, 1,0.  If you plan on playing #6 your best choice that will pair with #6 is 2 followed by 0,3,9. Again this is MY observation. You have to decide if the chart is useful to you are not. Good Luck!

                          Play to win!

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                            Posted: October 14, 2016, 12:08 am - IP Logged

                            Florida Midday drawn was 778.  FP  Rt. 77x=Rt. 5. So now the days out FP Rt. Rt. #5 is  0.

                            Which ups the days out of Rt.#3 to 47 and Rt. #6 to 25. Remember that we are focusing on the FP root for  Another Chart that you have to keep track of is l

                            Digits & their Skips in Lotsoftpro:

                            Note: The chart below is just an example and IS NOT Florida's MIDDAY. By keeping track of each position's number and what is more likely to come out, it can help you pick the right RP rt.

                             

                            Play to win!

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                              Posted: October 14, 2016, 12:18 am - IP Logged

                              I do not follow any USA Pick 3 numbers. I only play mine in China. I'm just sharing my insights. You are the one that have to do the analysis. If you find my post useful that's fine. Try not to hijack the thread with other things. I'm only focusing on the FP rt. Thank you.

                              Play to win!