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# Free Pennsylvania Pick 3 Root Sum List

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 Posted: October 25, 2003, 6:28 pm - IP Logged

Pennsylvania Pick 3 players.

Other state players can use it.

If you need a copy of your states files I can email them to you.

Free Excel Root Sum List.

Here is a sample of the Worksheet:

 # of Drawings Out Root Sum 0 Singles S1 190 091 901 109 019 910 S2 082 820 280 208 028 802 S3 370 037 073 703 307 730 S4 064 460 640 406 046 604 S5 217 721 127 271 172 712 S6 361 316 136 613 163 631 S7 514 154 451 415 145 541 S8 352 325 523 532 253 235 S9 398 389 938 983 893 839 S10 947 749 794 974 497 479 S11 695 569 956 659 596 965 S12 578 758 587 875 785 857 Doubles D1 505 550 055 D2 118 811 181 D3 262 226 622 D4 442 424 244 D5 929 992 299 D6 334 433 343 D7 848 884 488 D8 866 686 668 D9 767 677 776 Triples T1 000

Above is a sample of Root Sum "0" (0 through 9)

Chart is arranged with non-doubles, doubles and triples for each Root Sum.

Each combination is listed as oldest number first down to the most recent drawn.

I have noticed since I tested this list for Pennsylvania that the oldest to 2nd oldest numbers were drawn.

The key is to pick the right Root Sum (0 through 9) and then have the correct straight number come out (oldest drawn)

Good Luck!!

WSLS

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 Posted: October 25, 2003, 6:41 pm - IP Logged

 # of Drawings Out Root Sum 0 Singles S1 190 091 901 109 019 910

This is Root Sum "0"

S1 = Straight 1 - No significant meaning.

In this list 190 is the furthest drawn in this set.

190 was last drawn on 5/2/1998.

910 was drawn on 9/18/2003.

I wanted ot post this and test it to see if it helps playing Pick 3.

I realize you can't play every number in the Root "0" set but you can play 12 of the furthest out numbers or 2 oldest numbers from each set.  The key is to get the Root Sum correct.

I have noticed especially in Pennsylvania that Root Sums normally will repeat the next 1, 2 or 3 drawings.  So the next idea would be to play a random sampling of the last 3 Root Sums that were drawn.

This is just an idea I wanted to share.  Test it first to see if it is feasable.

Pennsylvania Pick 3 players who want the complete Excel worksheet just send PM me and I will forward the file.  If you don't have Excel I can send you Excel Viewer so you can read this file.

Good Luck!!

WSLS

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 Posted: October 25, 2003, 6:46 pm - IP Logged

The chart contains:

12 Non-Double Numbers

9  Double Numbers

1 Straight Number

The other option is to box 21 numbers @.50 = 10.50.

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 Posted: October 25, 2003, 8:34 pm - IP Logged

von-von mi.  thank you

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