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

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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.

All these ideas are great but you may take a hard look on these skips.  Sometimes skips can be extended by hot,repeat number. Which just extends the skips.   Then you have to decide if you can afford to bet this way. You need to look at sums also.

Example. Fp,bp,split pair sums.  It helps keep the cost down to watch the pairs sums.

Fp r.      Fp.  BP.   Sp

293.        2.       11.  12.  5

867.       5.       14.  13.  15

737.        1.       10.  10.   14

890.        8.        17.    9.    8

544.        9.         9.     8.    9

739.         1.        10.   12.   16

288.        1.         10.    16.   10

245.        6.          6.      9.     7

See how the sums repeat.  Notice the 9,7 on the 245 draw add up to 16 which is the split pair of the 739 draw.  Also the double 88 triggers the 16 split pair for the 739 draw.   This in conjunction with what you are doing gives you a good idea what to pick instead of waiting for skips which can be very expensive over time.also starting from the bottom of these draws look at the 245 fp root of 6. Mirror that to 1.  Repeat,flip 6 to 9,9-1=8.

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skips a, b, c and boxed(abc)

He didn't put all in it.

So it is boxed. Now you can trace your  chart and answer your own question.

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Oh, he did the sums of games out by position and before scoring. I just thought that he meant boxed before. It is a bit hard to read. I did that in Excel but deleted the chart.

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JP,

I put the FP RTs into Lotsoft. If you are interested in doing that, let me know.

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@Carbob

How would you do it in Lotsoftpro? I did it on paper.

I take it you play Florida's Pick 3 Midday and Evening, no?

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@Carbob

How would you do it in Lotsoftpro? I did it on paper.

I take it you play Florida's Pick 3 Midday and Evening, no?

I play both draws, but I use combined data. I pick these using just mid draws, Rt 3.

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 125 126 127 128 129

You create the structures in Excel, then enter them into Lotsoft. I separate the structures into Clean/NonClean structures. Please send your database or instructions to update my China database.

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Just a reminder that I am just focusing on the FP and getting the FP rt. right.

The chart below is only the Florida Pick 3 Mid-day.

Digit days out position chart

 Digit # 1st pos. days out 2nd pos. days out 0 13 24 1 3 12 2 14 2 3 5 4 4 4 2 5 10 9 6 42 7 7 0 0 8 8 3 9 12 6
 FP Rt. Days Out 1 11 2 1 3 47 4 5 5 0 6 24 7 4 8 15 9 3 0 --

Last midday number was 778.

Digit 7 most like to pair/follow with  2 or 5

Digit 8 most like to pair/follow  with 4

Last ten draw (track from the bottom (549) up)

778

742

181

431

386

499

763

885

856

549

My guess is that digit 2 or 5 will be drawn in the 1st Position but because digit 6 is out 42 days in the 1st position, it's also a good number to play as well. Numbers like to bounce from one position to another though at times they do repeat in the same position. I would play the digit 7 in the 3rd position since it has already bounce from the 1st and 2nd position. Position 3 is left. So a good choice for the 1st position are

5x

2x

6x

Now let's look into the FP rt. containing digit 5. They are:

Rt. 1    Rt. 2 Rt. 3 Rt. 4 Rt. 5 Rt. 6 Rt. 7 Rt. 8 Rt. 9

55       56     57    58    50     51    52    53    54

------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Now let's look into the FP rt. containing digit 2. They are:

Rt. 1    Rt. 2 Rt. 3 Rt. 4 Rt. 5 Rt. 6 Rt. 7 Rt. 8 Rt. 9

28        20    21    22     23    24    25    26    27

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

Now let's look into the FP rt. containing digit 6. They are:

Rt. 1    Rt. 2 Rt. 3 Rt. 4 Rt. 5 Rt. 6 Rt. 7 Rt. 8 Rt. 9

64       65     66    67    68     60    61     62   63

The last root that came out was root 5. Root 3, 6 and 8 are the longest root out. If you think that root 6 is a good root for the next draw then your choices are 51x, 24x, 60x. Remember that if you feel that 5 or 2 or 6 will be drawn in the 1st position and that root 6 will be drawn as a FP, then these are your choices. Since I don't follow the game you have to analyse it further.

If you pick root 3 which has been out the longest at 47 days, then your choices are

57x,21x,66x

For root 8 you have 53x,26x,62x. Of course you have to apply filters such as eliminate

'double' if they are not due, 'consecutive', triples, etc.

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jackpot,

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When we do the rdoc chart it makes sense to me the just use the date and not days out so only update  when it comes out and the oldest in red so it stands out

 Front pairs out chart RT Middaydate Eveningdate 1(01,28,37,46,55,91) 2(02,11,38,47,56,92) 3(03,12,48,57,66,93) 4(04,13,22,58,67,94) 5(05,14,23,68,77,95) 6(06,15,24,33,78,96) 7(07,16,25,34,88,97) 8(08,17,26,35,44,98) 9(09,18,27,36,45,99) 0(00)

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I have another question do we track both side of the pairs like 01 10 or just 01?

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Here's what I'm getting from what you've posted, jackpot. I have no clue if it is right or not since I haven't seen a clear definition of each term. Please consider doing one complete example explaining what each of the terms are. And please don't say use Lotsoftpro since it would be a waste of time to download, install, and learn a program I have no use for and wouldn't use.

Here's what I have.....

Take the last draw 1 5 6. The Front Pair Root would be 1(N1) + 5(N2) = 6 (FRt).

Then you have the Back Pair 5(N2) and 6(N3). Back Pair (BkPr) is 56. But you also have a Split Pair 1(N1) and 6(N3) which makes the Split Pair (SpPr) 16.

Next, you have a Split Pair Root (SpRt) 1(N1) + 6(N3) = 7. You also have a Front Pair (FrPr) 1(N1),  5(N2) for 16. And you have a Back Pair (BkPr) 5(N2), 6(N3) for 56.

Finally, you have the Back Pair Root 5(N2) + 6(N3) = 11, reduced to BkRt 2. With the Back Pair Root you have a Front Pair (FrPr) 1(N1), 5(N2) for 15 and a Split Pair (SpPr) 1(N1), 6(N3) for 16.

I may be jumping ahead, but my thinking is to account for all three pairs in any draw. If you only consider the Front Pair Root with the Back Pair and the Back Pair Root with the Front Pair, then the Split Pair goes untracked.

(Naturally, the duplicate columns can be eliminated but I've left them for clarity of explanation.)

Is any of this correct, or have I completely misunderstood what you are doing?

Thanks,

G

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WOW great job garyo1954 that seems to put it all in one place is that a program you can share?

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This will be my last post. Good Luck! Hope I spur some ideas. Enjoy!

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WOW great job garyo1954 that seems to put it all in one place is that a program you can share?

Don't know what I'll do with it. Was hoping I'd get him to lay out some basics of what the plan. It started out really well.

Gets confusing for everybody when he starts out with Front Pair Sum Root and a BP Out Chart, then says the most important Root is the Total Sum Root and doesn't go into detail.

Then uses the Front Pair Sum Root to get his Next Front Pairs off his Back Pair Out Chart.

I like to check things out. Maybe 4 and 8 do hit together, and 2 and 6 may hit together, but does hold true in all states? If I run the data for Texas, I can see if it does, or at least know which roots, digits, and pairs hit most often with the other roots, digits, and pairs.

It started out great though.

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Don't know what I'll do with it. Was hoping I'd get him to lay out some basics of what the plan. It started out really well.

Gets confusing for everybody when he starts out with Front Pair Sum Root and a BP Out Chart, then says the most important Root is the Total Sum Root and doesn't go into detail.

Then uses the Front Pair Sum Root to get his Next Front Pairs off his Back Pair Out Chart.

I like to check things out. Maybe 4 and 8 do hit together, and 2 and 6 may hit together, but does hold true in all states? If I run the data for Texas, I can see if it does, or at least know which roots, digits, and pairs hit most often with the other roots, digits, and pairs.

It started out great though.

The first post already contains mistakes and the rest was crap.

If you go by sums of pairs, you do. The problem is to find the right sum and play it with a net win.

Lp members mainly stick to groups posting v-trac or some kind of sum. I do not belong to the majority.
Eventually you are doing something not to the end. Jackpot* also didn't tell anything next to giving false tables.
Would he put people on a bad track? Maybe he is just some Texan gambler in disguise with a false Chinese IP?
Do IP services still work and consistently deliver information? Who invented IP anyway and why did they give it?
A lot of answered questions there. But, anyway, sums?

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