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CASH34OLOGIST, what is the criteria on the "Hot Sheet" for picking the overdue number and sums? they don't appear to be the farthest out...

Playing more than one ticket per game is betting against yourself.

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    Simplex--God

    on another level the higher self, spirit of God, that is all things,

    intuition

    the ability to invoke spiritual energy

    ability to evoke a response from the higher self

    everything is known because everything is

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      Jap69:



      I really concentrated over your system this morning and have a bunch of questions to ask but can't get the time to do all that typing today (Sunday), so I just wanted to warn you I'll be posting a bunch of questions tomorrow for you!



      Casho:



      No results yet. Midday Sunday was 995, which is close to your 950...

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        Posted: December 14, 2003, 1:45 pm - IP Logged
        Quote: Originally posted by CASH34OLOGIST on December 12, 2003



        New York Hot Sheet (last updated Dec 14  after evening drawings)



         




        New York Hot Sheet will catch fire real soon. Ching ! Ching !

        Reds Hot Sheet Instruction Layout

        https://www.lotterypost.com/thread/293797

         

         


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          Jap69:



          Here are my questions.



          I see the program spits out pairs. But it doesn't seem to differentiate between front and back. True?



          I don't understand the "wheeling" it does. Can you elaborate?



          "20 draw digit count" -- why does it only go back that far, or is this your method?



          "Watch where the digits are in the column from top down" -- why? What does this mean?



          Why are there 17 wheeled possibilities and then 22 in the digit count?



          "This is the 12/12 worksheet" -- what 12? So far there are 17 wheeled, 22 possibilities, and now 12 what?



          "048 mid and 014 eve was drawn" -- do you mean this was the last drawing?



          "0 combos series 707 last drawn" -- I don't understand why this is a 0 series if zero is not the first number. I have similar questions about the remainder of the combos listed.



          Why is there no 8 or 9 combo series listed?



          Thanks.

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            Posted: December 15, 2003, 7:14 am - IP Logged

            I'd like to know how we can apply Information Theory to the P3 too.



            Information Theory:

            One of the basic postulates of information theory is that information can be treated like a measurable physical quantity, such as density or mass.

            Claude Shannon



            The significance of Shannon s Work



            Claude Shannon's creation in the 1940's of the subject of information theory is arguably one of the great intellectual achievements of the twentieth century. Information theory has had an important and significant influence on mathematics, particularly on probability theory and ergodic theory, and Shannon's mathematics is in its own right a considerable and profound contribution to pure mathematics.

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              Posted: December 15, 2003, 1:19 pm - IP Logged

              For the record:



              Casho hit NY State Pick 3 for the midday draw: It was 635 straight. Didn't play.

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                Quote: Originally posted by Millennium on December 15, 2003






                Jap69:

                Here are my questions.

                I see the program spits out pairs. But it doesn't seem to differentiate between front and back. True?

                False. The program does all aspects of the pairs.


                I don't understand the "wheeling" it does. Can you elaborate?

                This is done by another software other than the one used for the data. It says [wheeled the 5 hot for the 10 no match combos] There are 10 combos in a five digit wheel. As I pull the 10 combos I keep the doubles pulled no matter how many.
                The top 5 digits on the list I use as the hot.

                3 hot [wheeled the 5 hot for the 10 no match combos]
                251-510-241-250-140-145-425-120-540-240
                doubles
                886-337-226-774-020-232-228
                __________________________________________________

                digit count
                5-10t
                2-08t
                1-07t
                4-07t
                0-06t
                __________
                8-06t
                9-05t
                6-04t
                7-04t
                3-03t

                "20 draw digit count" -- why does it only go back that far, or is this your method?

                My method. You can use any range you want personally

                "Watch where the digits are in the column from top down" -- why? What does this mean?

                Follow your digits as drawn and one or some may go cold and I may decide not to play any combo with that digit in it. Play chicken


                the list
                041-041
                408-8
                235-235
                756-76
                811
                125
                486
                707
                412
                452
                893-9
                267
                124
                952
                520
                951
                585
                596
                403
                089
                Why are there 17 wheeled possibilities and then 22 in the digit count?

                explained above

                "This is the 12/12 worksheet" -- what 12? So far there are 17 wheeled, 22 possibilities, and now 12 what?

                12/12  is the date 12/12/03

                "048 mid and 014 eve was drawn" -- do you mean this was the last drawing?

                They were the last drawn numbers for that dated sheet. I did list those box order though. not as drawn

                "0 combos series 707 last drawn" -- I don't understand why this is a 0 series if zero is not the first number. I have similar questions about the remainder of the combos listed.

                707 last drawn I list it as drawn straight
                This is a box order entry system. Not straight as drawn entries

                Why is there no 8 or 9 combo series listed?

                There are only 4 combinatins in those two series. You will not get any data to analize out of them. I am lucky to find any data for the 7 series

                Thanks.





                Box order; lowest to highest digit
                combo series below
                _o_ _1_ _2_ _3_ _4_ _5_ _6_ _7_ _8_ _9_
                000 111 222 333 444 555 666 777 888 999
                001 112 223 334 445 556 667 778 889
                002 113 224 335 446 557 668 779 899
                003 114 225 336 447 558 669 788
                004 115 226 337 448 559 677 789
                005 116 227 338 449 566 678 799
                006 117 228 339 455 567 679
                007 118 229 344 456 568 688
                008 119 233 345 457 569 689
                009 122 234 346 458 577 699
                011 123 235 347 459 578
                012 124 236 348 466 579
                013 125 237 349 467 588
                014 126 238 355 468 589
                015 127 239 356 469 599
                016 128 244 357 477
                017 129 245 358 478
                018 133 246 359 479
                019 134 247 366 488
                022 135 248 367 489
                023 136 249 368 499
                024 137 255 369
                025 138 256 377
                026 139 257 378
                027 144 258 379
                028 145 259 388
                029 146 266 389
                033 147 267 399
                034 148 268
                035 149 269
                036 155 277
                037 156 278
                038 157 279
                039 158 288
                044 159 289
                045 166 299
                046 167
                047 168
                048 169
                049 177
                055 178
                056 179
                057 188
                058 189
                059 199
                066
                067
                068
                069
                077
                078
                079
                088
                089
                099

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                  Posted: December 15, 2003, 6:36 pm - IP Logged

                  Thanks for answering my questions!



                  Here's the latest weirdie from the NY P3:



                  12/11/03 - 567 p

                  12/12

                  12/12

                  12/13

                  12/13/03 - 678 p

                  12/14

                  12/14

                  12/15

                  12/15/03 - 987 p



                  I mean, who would believe this stuff?

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                    Posted: December 16, 2003, 4:39 pm - IP Logged

                    did anyone happen to catch all of the recent activity regarding the Julian Calendar and pascal's triangle in the main discussion forum?

                    Playing more than one ticket per game is betting against yourself.

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                      No. Can you provide the link?



                      Why has this thread gone so dead? P3 is much easier to go after than Lotto or MM!



                      I'd rather have several wins in one year than wait... wait... wait for one large high-risk payout.

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                        Posted: December 17, 2003, 8:07 am - IP Logged

                        Red did it again. 150 was NY P3 Evening 12/16, Tuesday. It's listed in his first TicTacToe. Didn't play it... sigh.

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                          Posted: December 17, 2003, 12:00 pm - IP Logged

                          With reference to the above NY Hot Sheet....

                          I see where the numbers come from (1st, 2nd and third most out numbers by position), but what is the purpose or intended use of the tic-tac-toe arrangements on the hot sheet?

                          What are the numbers with the dollar signs around them?

                          Where do the red and green numbers come from?

                          Why is the 2 the most overdue lead number? Also, what is the criteria for selecting the mid-day and evening overdue number?

                          Playing more than one ticket per game is betting against yourself.

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                              Posted: December 17, 2003, 4:11 pm - IP Logged
                              Quote: Originally posted by Millennium on December 17, 2003


                              No. Can you provide the link?

                              Why has this thread gone so dead? P3 is much easier to go after than Lotto or MM!

                              I'd rather have several wins in one year than wait... wait... wait for one large high-risk payout.


                              Do you have anything that works for you in the three game you can post?

                              Oo'Ka

                                 
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