I have being testing a pick 3 system that have improved the chances of trapping a number. I will show you how to setup pairs and also get that 3rd digit. This system is base on patterns. So you will have to go back and chart your numbers for at least two full weeks. The midday and evening drawing should be seperated. I will use Ga midday draw to show examples of this system. My chart will start on last mondays number. The first row will be the first # of the previous three drawing. The second row will be the second # of the previous three drawing. The third row will be the number from the previous draw. The numbers beside the first row are numbers that have not falling the last three draws. The numbers beside the second row are numbers from the first and second numbers of the previous three drawings and the numbers beside the third row are the numbers from the previous draw. If a # from the previous draw is use on the third row, do not use it again. After every draw you will circle where your digits are coming from. You might get two digits from the first row, or two digits might come from the second row. You can also get a digit from the first and second row.What you are doing is setting up pairs to play. Now that third digit will come from the previous draw more time than not. You might go a day or two without a repeat digit from the previous draw but that is okay because the odds will be in your favor. So here are the examples from Ga Midday drawing. The numbers in blue are the previous drawn numbers with 110 on monday 514 on tuesday and 251 on wednesday. The digits in red is the number that was drawing the next day. 275. You will remove the 110 and add 275 to the bottom of your list. The oldest number will be remove after each draw. (Which is the top #). Continue this everyday and you will learn how to trap a number. Look very careful at the pattern and you will see what row to pull your pairs from.
110 36789
514 04 275 was drawn next. Two digits came from the
251 125 third row and 1 digit from the first row.
_____________
514 03689
251 1 4 450
275 257
______________
251 3689
275 127 238
450 045
______________
275 169
450 0457 096
832 238
______________
450 17
832 23458 435
096 069
_____________
832 17
096 02689 390 Perfect trap. I had being waiting
435 345 on a two digit pair from the second
row for two weeks.
This might seem a little complex but read it more than once and will get the picture.
Thanks, IWish, I love pencil and paper workouts. Will read this over and will practice with the Texas numbers to see how it scores here. Thanks for taking the time to share this with us.
Hi,
Its lovely Thanks IWish. I love pencil an paper workouts. Is there a way for pick4. Can someone share a pencil and paper workout for pick 4. Goodluck.
I applaud you on your concept
I see digit distribution
The row with the most digits
contain a key digit in most cases.
Thank you for your contribution
IWish.
Iwish,
Thank you for sharing your Pick 3 system.
Can you let me know if this is the correct setup for the GA Midday drawing for Thursday 10/21/04?
Previous 3 Midday drawings.
10/18/2004  0  9  6 
 1  2  7  8 




 Row 1 
10/19/2004  4  3  5 
 4  5  6 





 Row 2 
10/20/2004  3  9  0 
 0  3  9 





 Row 3 
I'm just taking a wild guess here palying the numbers from Row 1 and using 1 digit from the 3rd Row along with one digit from Row 1.
Hoping doubles don't show of course.
Possible Combinations:
127 128 178 278
012 017 018 027 028 078
312 317 318 327 328 378
912 917 918 927 928 978
Winsum!!
Looks good to me only the combo 078
would not pass this filter: 152934

CASHO's TTT anyone
That is it Winsum. You got it on the first try. I am looking at two digits from the first row since that row have not appeared in two drawings. I will always pull my 3rd digit from the 3rd row since we get a repeat digit from the previous draw more time than not. If doubles do comes they will likely come from the 1st and 3rd row. We are due for doubles, all sixway odds and that even digit in the middle.
Here's the problem........ Ga. Midday only. 10odd digits in a row in the middle.
That's a problem ? Most of the time I look at these as an opportunity!
Good day for an even double ....... odds are ....or should I say chances are.
That and 579 have been my favorite all odds which are way overdue.....and I will play them again today 579 and 153. I have too much invested in them to stop now.
Something strange has to happen today.....the pressure is toooo great. Wish I knew what was going to pop out. LOL
IWish or someone in the know, could you do one for Michigan midday......
Last 6 draws.
039
074
549
710
076
841 last draw on 10/20/04
Quote:Originally posted by Blackapple on October 21, 2004
 390 is followed often by: 016 108 135 157 217 293 352 359 415 450 463 529 637 708 748 804 861 872 940 961
 Doubles Following Often: 262 544 554 688 988
 Historical predictions: 159 361 472 582 662 719
 771 903 919
 The 708 only combo that
 defys my filter
209 is often followed by:041 057 071 086 147 (152 521) 163 165 (175 517) 182 208 217 369 376 382 430 456 462 569 635 647 671 (719) 784 825 832 867 875 901 902
Doubles Following Often: 009 133 211 522 554 858 877 898
Historical Predictions: 088 353 (719) 720 747 (834 843) 854 873 890
Thanks Winsum for backing me up. I have being at work all day. This system need to be charted everyday so you can see the pattern. That is the only way you will know what row to pull your digits from. I wish would have seen blackapple post. 138 Ga midday.
In your example with the 251 , 275, 450, why did you use three numbers instead of two with the 275. because on the first examole, you used two digits on the first example. What digits do you select? the first, second or third. Thanks for your help.
Quote:Originally posted by winsumloosesum on October 21, 2004If anyone would like a crude Excel worksheet. FREE
All you need to do is enter your dates and past drawings.
It will give you the charts.
Winsum
TIA for a copy of the XL file. Please send to vze22cku@verizon.net. It looks odd, but it is a generic verizon account.
Quote:Originally posted by invictusmc on October 22, 2004Quote:Originally posted by winsumloosesum on October 21, 2004If anyone would like a crude Excel worksheet. FREE
All you need to do is enter your dates and past drawings.
It will give you the charts.
Winsum
TIA for a copy of the XL file. Please send to vze22cku@verizon.net. It looks odd, but it is a generic verizon account.
I just set up an alternative email address that you might find more convenient. It is invictus@lotterypost.com.
Thanks for your offer.
Bootsy, 251is the first drawn #. 275 is the second drawn#. 450 is the last drawn#. Since 450 is the last drawn #, those digits are place on the third row. The second row consist of digits from the 251 and 275. The first row consist ofdigits that have not being drawn in the last three drawing. Thered digits are the digits that you will circle after the next draw. 832 was drawn after the 450 so I will circle those digits. If charted correctly you will see how your digits are selected. Hope this help.
251 3689 1st row
275 127 2nd row
450 045 3rd row
Will some one please tell me what goes on the second row of the two sets of hits.
Ga Mid day Ga evening
435 267 018 367
390 290
138 138 145 145
Then how to wheel these numbers. Thanks for your help.
Will some one please tell me what goes on the second row of the two sets of hits.
Ga Mid day Ga evening
435 267 Row 1 018 367 Row 1
390 0459 Row 2 290 0289 Row 2
138 138 Row 3 145 145 Row 3
Then how to wheel these numbers. Thanks for your help.
loni,
You did great on Rows 1 and 3. To figure out Row 2 just just write out 0 through 9 on a sheet of paper, take your numbers from Row 1 and Row 3, place an X or cross out those numbers. Whatever you have left goes on Row 2. You should have a total of 10 numbers and no repeats.
Hope this helps??
As far as wheeling your numbers. This is where you need to look at your past charts. (when you make them up).
For example:
GA Midday  You can take 1 digit from each row
102 106 107 142 146 147 152 156 157 192 196 197
302 306 307 342 346 347 352 356 357 392 396 397
802 806 807 842 846 847 852 856 857 892 896 897
GA Evening
103 106 107 123 126 127 183 186 187 193 196 197
403 406 407 423 426 427 483 486 487 493 496 497
503 506 507 523 526 527 583 586 587 593 596 597
Winsum
Thanks Winsum, I see you have the system down. Now all we have to do is communicate and see what rows to play everyday and maybe we can get that big hit . Two heads is better than one.
Maybe I should move to Georgia. LOL
GA Evening
103 106 107 123 126 127 183 186 187 193 196 197
403 406 407 423 426 427 483 486 487 493 496 497
503 506 507 523 526 527 583 586 587 593 596 597
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