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Miami,FL
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South Carolina
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There was also some of your predictions I found where you were totally out in left field. Just give me a simple ratio. The odds of winning Pic 3 (straight) is 1:1000, Using your program, let's say for a year, what are the odds reduced to?

Okay, now I believe you can predict lottery numbers

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Pick, the odds are 1:1000.

Okay, now I believe you can predict lottery numbers

Miami,FL
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Correct Thomas

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• 3:Straight:104

• 7:Straight:334

• 10:Straight:483

• 15:Straight:201

• 29:Straight:421

• 30:Straight:308

• 31:Straight:407

• 37:Straight:192

• 46:Straight:714

• 48:Straight:462

• 52:Straight:414

• 54:Straight:118

• 56:Straight:748

• 62:Straight:464

• 67:Straight:430

• 79:Straight:911

• 82:Straight:206

• 94:Straight:923

• 98:Straight:421

The odds of hitting a straight in the 3-Digit Game are still 1:1000.  These are the straight hits that my system produced for the last 100 draws here in Michigan at a fraction of the possible 1000 possible numbers, 21.6% of them to be exact.

This was done with no filtering whatsoever, other than conditional probability, which is handled automatically.

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How many sets at a time does it pick? Does it pick one group per drawing? Does the sets picked today carry over to any other day? Has anyone else had these results?

Okay, now I believe you can predict lottery numbers

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East Jordan, MI
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"How many sets at a time does it pick?"

10/90 Matrix = One Set
20/80 Matrix = Eight Sets
30/70 Matrix = Twenty-Seven Sets
40/60 Matrix = Sixty-Four Sets
50/50 Matrix = One Hundred-Twenty Five Sets
60/40 Matrix = Two Hundred-Sixteen Sets
70/30 Matrix = Three Hundred-Forty Three Sets
80/20 Matrix = Five Hundred-Twelve Sets
90/10 Matrix = Seven Hundred-Twenty Nine Sets
Full Matrix     = One Thousand Sets

The above number sets are produced without any additional filtering.  The only thing that changed was the size of the matrix.

"Does it pick one group per drawing?"

No, the user is responsible for picking the matrix with odds that he/she feels comfortable with.  Depending on how conservative or liberal they are in their betting.  A Higher Matrix, thus higher odds, means the user must employ filters to produce a smaller number set.

"Do (sic) the sets picked today carry over to any other day?"

Not always.  It depends on what is happening in the drawfile.  There are different variables that effect the number sets.  New ball sets, machine rotation, prior winning numbers, just  to name a few.

"Has anyone else had these results?"

Of course they have.  The mathematics involved do not change.

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Just found this Forum tonight.....poking my nose around.  Love to play the Pick 3 and have been working on my own system now for 10 years.  Just within the past 60 days I've been able to finally find a Computer Programmer to create some software for me.

I've studied the Pick 3 inside and out for sometime now.  Basically I keep a Frequency Chart and Level of Play Chart but have about 41 other charts that I used based upon a Record Keeping stragety I have created.  Looking for Repeat digits from previous games and then deciding what "position" they will play it.

If can, can take the 1:1000 down to 1:100 to work with.  Then decide which way the digits will lean...Even or Odd.  Generally can remove the EEE's & OOO's plus doubles to reduce the exacts even further.

In Texas for 5-7-2003, I told somebody that either 1 or 2 digits or 1 digit that doubled would play from last nights game of 106.  Also that 1 digit over 4 games out would play which would be either the 3 or 2.  Sum Total would be less then 10.

Well....the 0 & 6 repeated and 3 played for 306 in Texas.

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