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 Kp2o3Thread StarterNew MemberStuart, FloridaUnited StatesMember #2533October 16, 200334 PostsOffline July 29, 2004, 7:02 am⮟Has anyone here ever researched "tolerences"? I'd like to colaborate with someone who has done some work in this area. I find it very interesting.By "tolerence" I mean... for example:Is it possible for a 3-digit number NEVER to apear in a states' Pick-3? I'm almost sure the answer to this question is NO.  In time I think ALL 3-digit numbers MUST be drawn, even if it takes 100 years or perhaps 1,000 years, or even 10,000 years. Am I correct?Another example might be this: (and here's where I need the help)In Florida there has been no double digits for 21 consecutive draws.Can anyone here look back in your State's Pick-3 history and find the maximum number of draws without double digits being drawn? Is it possible for double digits to stay away more than let's say - 50 consecutive draws?? 75 draws? 100 draws. WHERE IS THE MAX??When do the laws of "probability" overpower the law of "averages" (or vice versa) ??There might be hundreds of these examples.What about PAIRS for example?? Front Pairs, Back Pairs, Split Pairs. What can be the maximum number of draws any pair has gone without being drawn. I'm sure all pairs MUST BE DRAWN sooner or later, but who has the MAX? What is the number??? 1,000 draws? 5,000 draws?WHO has these numbers?I'm telling you that there are HUNDREDS of "tolerence" examples! I'm sure SOMEBODY here MUST have looked into this area.One final example and probably the easiest to understand:Nobody here can tell me that the single digit (we'll use "1" for this example) will never again be drawn in the Georgia Pick 3. This statement has to be FALSE. I hope we all agree.Ok then... What "can be" the maximum consecutive draws any digit has gone WITHOUT being drawn in any position? 100 draws? 200 draws? 1,000 draws?Who has the answer to these examples? The answers DO EXIST SOMEWHERE. Who has them and how can I get them?Thanks for any help in this area.Peter C. - kp@gate.net
 LANTERNTxUnited StatesMember #4570May 4, 20045180 PostsOffline July 29, 2004, 1:11 pmAll that I can say, is that it's possible for a particular pick 3 number to never be drawn, or to take 10 or more years before it comes out for the very first time."Ten measures of beauty descended to the world, nine were taken by Jerusalem."
 BluegrassKiller's CoveUnited StatesMember #57December 17, 20016056 PostsOffline July 29, 2004, 3:15 pm Just checked the Doubles stats for KY, Ky once went 25 without drawing a double. There were several instances of 21 to 23 draws without a double being drawnThe average between doubles for KY is 3.5 draws, with a Median of 3 draws. Hope this helps ! Bob          Life i\$ good !  bg
 BluegrassKiller's CoveUnited StatesMember #57December 17, 20016056 PostsOffline July 29, 2004, 3:31 pm The stats for Georgia are basically the same as listed above for KY.25 draws is the max out for doubles, average is 3.6 draws, Median is 3 draws....BobDo not have complete draw data for any other State.          Life i\$ good !  bg
 BluegrassKiller's CoveUnited StatesMember #57December 17, 20016056 PostsOffline July 29, 2004, 3:35 pm Max out for pairs:  Kentucky = 335 draws, Georgia = 191 draws          Life i\$ good !  bg
 BluegrassKiller's CoveUnited StatesMember #57December 17, 20016056 PostsOffline July 29, 2004, 3:38 pm Max draws out for any one digit.....23 draws for both KY & GA
 ClipperTexasUnited StatesMember #1477May 7, 20032311 PostsOffline July 29, 2004, 3:42 pmTo start with.....there are only 120 sets of 3 digit numbers so I would think that at some point all "sets" would have played in some order during a years time.  Now....perhaps a particular EXACT can go without playing for an extended period of time...but I would not think the digits in the combination themselves would go for an extended period of time.Regards Doubles....there are 90 "sets" of digits and since they dont play nearly as often as the 3 digit combos I think it could be an even longer period of time before a particular EXACT would appear.Regards Doubles not playing at all.....in a years plus database for Texas, there has only been 1 instance where Doubles went 25-26 days without playing at all.  Then couple months later it seemed like every time you turned around all there was was Doubles!Regards the length of time a digit hasnt played in a particular position, in looking at my charts I found that the digits went 49-54-47 before a digit reappeared in the 1st-2nd-3rd positions.  It's not important to know "what" digit it was, just that a digit didnt play again in the 1st position for 49 games, 54 games in the 2nd position and 47 games in the 3rd position.  This database goes back to 10-3-2003 for the Texas Midday game.