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Sunglasses's avatar - nicebear
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Posted: November 12, 2016, 5:47 pm - IP Logged

This reads a bit like think tank.

Remove the fries and put a bank cheque on it.

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    lakerben's avatar - spherewall
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    Posted: November 12, 2016, 6:18 pm - IP Logged

    NEW UPLOAD....

     

    DigiPair

     

    This utility(?) Program helps you eliminate

    a digit

    combos in a set sum range

    up to 10 pairs

    all even

    all odd

    all high

    all low

    double

    triples

    self extracting file.

    Nope, it won't predict the Pick 3 numbers. But it will eliminate everything you want and tell you just what's left to play.

    G

    Thanks I'll check it out!

    How about them cowboys!

     

     

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      garyo1954's avatar - garyo
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      Thanks I'll check it out!

      Might put together some of the older programs for download.

      Found a few prediction programs that were fun.

      Haven't found the fries or the bank cheque but did have a wonderful dinner with the kids and a chicken fried steak that covered a platter. So I won.

      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!"

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        Posted: November 13, 2016, 5:09 am - IP Logged

        Might put together some of the older programs for download.

        Found a few prediction programs that were fun.

        Haven't found the fries or the bank cheque but did have a wonderful dinner with the kids and a chicken fried steak that covered a platter. So I won.

        Thanks Gary, but so far 0/4. Not very good at picking the digit to eliminate. The only thing I did right , so was play on paper.

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          Hello Gary: 
          Thanks for your program.I think I've found something interesting.
          Of the last two draws, we write the numbers that are missing from 0 to 9.
          (That is, those that have not been drawn in the last two drawings).
          I think of those, at least 1 digit, will be in the next drawing.
          In this way, we can eliminate in a "safe" way all combinations that do not include at least one of those numbers.

          I hope this helps.(Maybe you can include this in your great program.)
          In fact, this idea has given me your inclusion of "delete a digit" in the program.
          In this case, it would eliminate the combinations that do NOT include those missing digits.
          Example:
          253
          431  Missing Digits: 0,2,6,7,8,9
               We would can eliminate combinations that do not include 0,2,6,7,8,9,because one of these digits "would be drawn" in the next draw.
          Smile  Thanks and regards
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            Posted: November 13, 2016, 9:38 am - IP Logged
            Hello Gary: 
            Thanks for your program.I think I've found something interesting.
            Of the last two draws, we write the numbers that are missing from 0 to 9.
            (That is, those that have not been drawn in the last two drawings).
            I think of those, at least 1 digit, will be in the next drawing.
            In this way, we can eliminate in a "safe" way all combinations that do not include at least one of those numbers.

            I hope this helps.(Maybe you can include this in your great program.)
            In fact, this idea has given me your inclusion of "delete a digit" in the program.
            In this case, it would eliminate the combinations that do NOT include those missing digits.
            Example:
            253
            431  Missing Digits: 0,2,6,7,8,9
                 We would can eliminate combinations that do not include 0,2,6,7,8,9,because one of these digits "would be drawn" in the next draw.
            Smile  Thanks and regards

            Oops...an error.

            2 is in one of the two last draws.

            Missing Digits: 0,6,7,8,9 (This is right)Smile
              garyo1954's avatar - garyo
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              Posted: November 13, 2016, 1:00 pm - IP Logged

              Thanks Gary, but so far 0/4. Not very good at picking the digit to eliminate. The only thing I did right , so was play on paper.

              Thanks Bob! Glad to see some feedback.

              Glad you didn't lose any money on it!

              The video in the original thread made it sound too good. He played it up to be a 7 in ten chance to pick one of the digits that won't hit, while you have a three in 10 chance of picking a digit that will hit. Sounds like a good plan.

              But: If it sounds too good to be true......

              I used it on sum 10, (out over 90 draws in Texas). Played 127, 415, and a few others. 027 hit then 540 hit. Between the two threads I'm 2 for 13. And the two hits came playing the same numbers for three draws.

              So unless this guy is extremely lucky or psychically inclined to number picking, it's safe to say he didn't win 100% of the time playing this idea alone.

              As lottolot mentioned it's best use is probably when you see a digit repeat once or more. And even that's not 100%. In 2014 Texas had the digit 4 hit 13 draws in a row (last week of October).

              Overall it's a solid utility to eliminate digits, pairs, and whatever, producing reduced sets by user inputs.

              But as a standalone, we found another of the ten thousand ideas that come with the sad qualifier: If you pick the right digit.

              Still it was a good brain jog. From here it's not out of the realm of possibility to allow the program to choose the digit, pairs, and whatever on its own.

              I'm not convinced the program would make any better choices than humans do......LOL!

              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!"

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                Posted: November 13, 2016, 1:25 pm - IP Logged
                Hello Gary: 
                Thanks for your program.I think I've found something interesting.
                Of the last two draws, we write the numbers that are missing from 0 to 9.
                (That is, those that have not been drawn in the last two drawings).
                I think of those, at least 1 digit, will be in the next drawing.
                In this way, we can eliminate in a "safe" way all combinations that do not include at least one of those numbers.

                I hope this helps.(Maybe you can include this in your great program.)
                In fact, this idea has given me your inclusion of "delete a digit" in the program.
                In this case, it would eliminate the combinations that do NOT include those missing digits.
                Example:
                253
                431  Missing Digits: 0,2,6,7,8,9
                     We would can eliminate combinations that do not include 0,2,6,7,8,9,because one of these digits "would be drawn" in the next draw.
                Smile  Thanks and regards

                I have found a improvement to my strategie...

                Instead to use the last 2 draws,we can use the last 4 draws.

                Is not always successful, but many more bets are eliminated and it is "quite safe". 

                In the example:253
                                         431
                                         673
                                         025    We only would use the bets which include the numbers:8,9

                So,we would have eliminated a lot of "bad bets"

                RegardsSmile
                  garyo1954's avatar - garyo
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                  I have found a improvement to my strategie...

                  Instead to use the last 2 draws,we can use the last 4 draws.

                  Is not always successful, but many more bets are eliminated and it is "quite safe". 

                  In the example:253
                                           431
                                           673
                                           025    We only would use the bets which include the numbers:8,9

                  So,we would have eliminated a lot of "bad bets"

                  RegardsSmile

                  Thank you lottolot!

                  Those are the kind of ideas that will help everybody make the best use of it.

                  Yes, I failed to include a text file; completely slipped my mind. My apologies.

                  This thread is the perfect place for any/everybody to add their idea on how to use this program effectively, or post the negative about it. And from there I'll write it up and include it in the download. 

                  When I do one of these things, I don't go in with the idea it's going to be the next sliced bread. And most of the time I come away understanding the limitations from writing the code.

                  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!"

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                    Posted: November 13, 2016, 2:17 pm - IP Logged

                    Thank you lottolot!

                    Those are the kind of ideas that will help everybody make the best use of it.

                    Yes, I failed to include a text file; completely slipped my mind. My apologies.

                    This thread is the perfect place for any/everybody to add their idea on how to use this program effectively, or post the negative about it. And from there I'll write it up and include it in the download. 

                    When I do one of these things, I don't go in with the idea it's going to be the next sliced bread. And most of the time I come away understanding the limitations from writing the code.

                    Thanks for answer me, and for your kind words!Thumbs Up

                    About :"Yes, I failed to include a text file".

                    You do not have to apologize for anything!Smile

                    Best regards

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                      Posted: November 14, 2016, 12:26 am - IP Logged

                      California (CA) Daily 3 Midday
                       
                      Sun, Nov 13, 2016    1-5-0 = 06 Sum All Low
                      Sat, Nov 12, 2016    8-0-2 = 10 Sum All Even
                      Fri, Nov 11, 2016    2-4-0 = 06 Sum All Low + All Even
                      Thu, Nov 10, 2016    9-3-1 = 13 Sum All Odd
                      Wed, Nov 09, 2016    4-8-9 = 21 Sum Low-High-Even-Odd (Clean Number).
                      Tue, Nov 08, 2016    4-4-2 = 10 Sum All Even
                      Mon, Nov 07, 2016    7-9-2 = 18 Sum Low-High-Even-Odd (Clean Number).
                      Sun, Nov 06, 2016    1-5-8 = 14 Sum Clean Number
                      Sat, Nov 05, 2016    4-6-1 = 11 Sum Clean Number
                      Fri, Nov 04, 2016    2-4-7 = 13 Sum Clean Number
                      Thu, Nov 03, 2016    9-4-8 = 21 Sum Clean Number
                      Wed, Nov 02, 2016    6-9-5 = 20 Sum All High
                      Tue, Nov 01, 2016    6-7-5 = 18 Sum All High
                      Mon, Oct 31, 2016    2-0-3 = 05 Sum All Low
                      Sun, Oct 30, 2016    9-9-2 = 20 Sum Clean Number

                      Singles come out the most often, but doubles do come out sooner or later.

                      There Sums 6 to 21 came out.

                      Very often 1 box digit from the very last draw came out again on the very next draw.

                      Sometimes, but not very often, 2 box digits from the last draw, came out again, on the very next draw.

                      Sooner or later the 13 and or the 14 Sum comes out.

                      Try to filter out 1 to 2 box digits for the very next draw.

                      If you can try to filter out a few box pairs for the very next draw.

                      If you can try to filter out one or more last digits of the sums (LDR) for the very next draw.

                      If you can try to filter out one or more Sum Roots for the very next draw.

                      If you can try to filter out one or more Sums for the very next draw.

                      If you can try to filter out one or more digits Widths for the very next draw.

                      Filter out Triples and maybe also Doubles, unless you are trying to predict Triples and or Doubles.

                      Or maybe you want to "Trap" a particular kind of pick 3 number.

                      If it works for your game at a particular time, you could try to filter out some past draws for the very next draw.

                      To see what you can do and or can't do take a look at the past draws of the game that you want to play.

                      Good luck.

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                        California (CA) Daily 3 Midday
                         
                        Sun, Nov 13, 2016    1-5-0 = 06 Sum All Low
                        Sat, Nov 12, 2016    8-0-2 = 10 Sum All Even
                        Fri, Nov 11, 2016    2-4-0 = 06 Sum All Low + All Even
                        Thu, Nov 10, 2016    9-3-1 = 13 Sum All Odd
                        Wed, Nov 09, 2016    4-8-9 = 21 Sum Low-High-Even-Odd (Clean Number).
                        Tue, Nov 08, 2016    4-4-2 = 10 Sum All Even
                        Mon, Nov 07, 2016    7-9-2 = 18 Sum Low-High-Even-Odd (Clean Number).
                        Sun, Nov 06, 2016    1-5-8 = 14 Sum Clean Number
                        Sat, Nov 05, 2016    4-6-1 = 11 Sum Clean Number
                        Fri, Nov 04, 2016    2-4-7 = 13 Sum Clean Number
                        Thu, Nov 03, 2016    9-4-8 = 21 Sum Clean Number
                        Wed, Nov 02, 2016    6-9-5 = 20 Sum All High
                        Tue, Nov 01, 2016    6-7-5 = 18 Sum All High
                        Mon, Oct 31, 2016    2-0-3 = 05 Sum All Low
                        Sun, Oct 30, 2016    9-9-2 = 20 Sum Clean Number

                        Singles come out the most often, but doubles do come out sooner or later.

                        There Sums 6 to 21 came out.

                        Very often 1 box digit from the very last draw came out again on the very next draw.

                        Sometimes, but not very often, 2 box digits from the last draw, came out again, on the very next draw.

                        Sooner or later the 13 and or the 14 Sum comes out.

                        Try to filter out 1 to 2 box digits for the very next draw.

                        If you can try to filter out a few box pairs for the very next draw.

                        If you can try to filter out one or more last digits of the sums (LDR) for the very next draw.

                        If you can try to filter out one or more Sum Roots for the very next draw.

                        If you can try to filter out one or more Sums for the very next draw.

                        If you can try to filter out one or more digits Widths for the very next draw.

                        Filter out Triples and maybe also Doubles, unless you are trying to predict Triples and or Doubles.

                        Or maybe you want to "Trap" a particular kind of pick 3 number.

                        If it works for your game at a particular time, you could try to filter out some past draws for the very next draw.

                        To see what you can do and or can't do take a look at the past draws of the game that you want to play.

                        Good luck.

                        All good MonEl!

                        My concern with putting all that in a file with the program is explaining it, charts, demonstrating how it works, adding tips........and then.....

                        The questions start.

                        Explain this, please. Explain that, please. What is this? What does this mean? And the worst.....

                        How do you get these things in the program?

                        Why aren't all these things in the program?

                        Are you going to put all these things in the program?

                        I don't understand (insert anything that has nothing to do with what the program was designed to do)

                        And the old......

                        Please consider adding blah, blah, blah

                        You should change blah, blah to blah X blah

                        This is wrong

                        That is wrong

                        Everything is wrong.....

                        My philosophy is Keep It Simple.

                        Let people adapt it to whatever they please.

                        Too much information is confusing. And information that has nothing to do with the use of the program compounds the confusion with why aren't those in the program?

                        And finally, the biggest reason to keep it simple is the more options you add, the less people use it. Nobody wants to have to refer to a readme while trying to use a simple program.

                        When you want to know what is important, watch a kid. I bought my son a keyboard and remote controlled boat. 

                        The keyboard had percussion, accompaniment, you could split the keys to play chords and notes.....came with a 110 page booklet explaining all the functions. He messed with it a bit. After about a year, I gave it away. He never knew it was gone.

                        The boat? Forward, back, left, right, faster, slower. That's all he needs to know. Still have it.

                        Even major software companies are coming to the realization that more options does not make their product better.

                        At one time, you went to buy a product to do one thing. The salesman says, Oh, yeah, it will do that....and this and this and this...."

                        And you said, "I don't need all that."

                        And he said, "Trust me, once you have it you will use it."

                        So you bought it. And had to learn many things you didn't care about to get what you did. And you didn't use. You found something simple you could use without having to know 30,000 things you didn't care about. And it came time for the company to sell people the upgrade/new version.

                        The reason people didn't buy it was, "I don't use this product any longer. Too complicated. Too much trouble. Never had time to learn it. " (whatever) And the companies (eventually) started listening.

                        I'd rather have people tell me it doesn't do enough than say it's too complicated.

                        If it's too complicated people won't use it just like people who want a screwdriver won't buy a $150, 80 piece toolkit.

                         

                        Again, I appreciate everything you included. But the average lottery play who wants to reduce plays quick, simple and easy is not going to know much of what you offered, or want to go that deep.

                         

                        Thanks!

                         

                        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!"

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                          All good MonEl!

                          My concern with putting all that in a file with the program is explaining it, charts, demonstrating how it works, adding tips........and then.....

                          The questions start.

                          Explain this, please. Explain that, please. What is this? What does this mean? And the worst.....

                          How do you get these things in the program?

                          Why aren't all these things in the program?

                          Are you going to put all these things in the program?

                          I don't understand (insert anything that has nothing to do with what the program was designed to do)

                          And the old......

                          Please consider adding blah, blah, blah

                          You should change blah, blah to blah X blah

                          This is wrong

                          That is wrong

                          Everything is wrong.....

                          My philosophy is Keep It Simple.

                          Let people adapt it to whatever they please.

                          Too much information is confusing. And information that has nothing to do with the use of the program compounds the confusion with why aren't those in the program?

                          And finally, the biggest reason to keep it simple is the more options you add, the less people use it. Nobody wants to have to refer to a readme while trying to use a simple program.

                          When you want to know what is important, watch a kid. I bought my son a keyboard and remote controlled boat. 

                          The keyboard had percussion, accompaniment, you could split the keys to play chords and notes.....came with a 110 page booklet explaining all the functions. He messed with it a bit. After about a year, I gave it away. He never knew it was gone.

                          The boat? Forward, back, left, right, faster, slower. That's all he needs to know. Still have it.

                          Even major software companies are coming to the realization that more options does not make their product better.

                          At one time, you went to buy a product to do one thing. The salesman says, Oh, yeah, it will do that....and this and this and this...."

                          And you said, "I don't need all that."

                          And he said, "Trust me, once you have it you will use it."

                          So you bought it. And had to learn many things you didn't care about to get what you did. And you didn't use. You found something simple you could use without having to know 30,000 things you didn't care about. And it came time for the company to sell people the upgrade/new version.

                          The reason people didn't buy it was, "I don't use this product any longer. Too complicated. Too much trouble. Never had time to learn it. " (whatever) And the companies (eventually) started listening.

                          I'd rather have people tell me it doesn't do enough than say it's too complicated.

                          If it's too complicated people won't use it just like people who want a screwdriver won't buy a $150, 80 piece toolkit.

                           

                          Again, I appreciate everything you included. But the average lottery play who wants to reduce plays quick, simple and easy is not going to know much of what you offered, or want to go that deep.

                           

                          Thanks!

                           

                          G

                          O.K.

                          Yes, you are right!

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                            O.K.

                            Yes, you are right!

                            Thanks for understanding!

                            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!"