Don's Past Pick3

Predictions

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Texas Lottery Pick3 Night Draws

Most of the Time

10-15-03 ... Update about potential new play
Oct 15 & 16 ... One of the two predicted numbers arrived
"both ways" so we will now begin with Don's 37th Prediction
which can be found on the preceding page.
Thursday, Oct. 16, 2003 - From Dawn & Don - Sorry that I'm late in posting Don's message today. I left this morning at 5 AM to attend the Commissioners meeting in Austin. I worried all day that he had sent us a new play since the "3" came in, but lucky for us, he's evaluating the next play. Here is Don's message that did come in this morning: To the lottoreport.com: In the pick 3 game you will note that the odds on an EXACT play are simply ascertained by multiplying the potentials for digit position x times y times z. That totals 1000 outcomes.Let's examine this real world situation of the occurrence of 3-2-4 within the context of my theory. I said the digit 3 would arrive in either the first or last position - x or z. By selecting x, we have one chance in 2 to be correct. We continue with my theory and play all outcomes with 3 which is now 30, 31, 32, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39. We still have a 1 in 2 chance to be correct using my method on an EXACT ticket. We must select a third digit. Let's say we chose 4 but, Multiplying 9 times 2 or 1 in 2 chances equals 18 chances to be correct. The lottery still feels comfortable with their payoff odds of 500 to 1 because the ACTUAL chances are 1000 to 1. Player A also got 9 of his friends to play the same way. We now know that the player with 3-2-4 won $250 on day 3 after wagering $12. That player kept 10 times his money or $120 and gave all 9 of his friends ALL their money back and bought coffee (starbucks?) for ALL his friends with the $22 left over courtesy of the lottery. To me, that's a whole lot better than the lottery keeping in many cases, over 60% of all money wagered!!!!! Now some of you may say, your facts are exactly correct yet the 3 could have arrived in position z. To you, I would say, that is exactly right except for the fact we don't know tomorrows outcome yet AND the money I just used to speculate on was one of the highest probability wagers you will find in wagering anywhere. Finally, I need time to evaluate what we will do next as to the "6" so ... keep reading lottoreport.com. Don
For example, I used the current application to select the number "13 something" in the California night game on Wednesday, 10/8/2003 and the outcome the next day was 130.
Using a representation of a three different digit number as x-y-z, I expect the digit 3 to arrive in position x OR z (first or last position). Thus, the possibilities are 30z, 31z, 32z, 34z, 35z, 36z, 37z, 38z, 39z in EXACT form. If the digit 3 is x and using position y as all, you have x03, x13, x23, x43, x53, x63, x73, x83, x93. By inserting even one digit as z or x you have a total amount of 15 possible numbers on an EXACT wager. For example, by choosing 6 as z, you have 306, 316, 326, 346, 356, 376, 386, 396. By choosing 6 as x you have 603, 613, 623, 643, 653, 673, 683, 693, thus, the total amount of profiled numbers are 15 out of 1000 (EXACT) or a 985 to 1 chance to LOSE. However, if I am correct on the 3 AND that the number has three different digits, I have characterized the odds in a different way. We know that either position x or z is correct. We have played all the outcomes in position y. Since z cannot be x or y, 2 digits are eliminated out of 10 choices. Thus, there are only 8 other candidates for correctness. With only 8 possibilities, the odds are 8 to 1 to win, on an exact wager 242 to 1. (15 numbers times .50 exact = $7.50 with potential $250 -$7.50 cost = $242.50 to 1. Even if only ONE of the numbers is played with odds of 999 to 1 the odds to the player using my theory is 15 to 1 to win 250 to 1 for .50 per wager. By the way, I do have two favorites, 301 and 103. However, we must have the correct day or as near the correct day as is possible to maximize the return. Looking at ALL the statistics I have I determined that the digit 6 in a number having three different digits will become an excellent play in 9 days. Therefore, as is my usual plan, we will WAIT to see which occurs first and play the other. I will update this potential play for the next nine days. By waiting, we will only lose opportunity. Thanks for reading lottoreport.com. Don
Editiorial - Repeat Numbers
I think you will find you will not because you will lose too much over time. As you may conclude from my extensive writing about the game, I have studied frequent numbers, infrequent numbers, digits that occur too frequently and digits that do not occur frequently enough. One of the more interesting evaluations I have performed is the repeater or a number that might occur more than is expected. Looking at the Night draw beginning 8/25 you begin playing a number that just arrived. If you begin with that days number which was 138 you would play 138 the next day. The correct outcome the next day was 232. So then you play 138 and 232. You continue to do this playing $1 per day and then 2 numbers so it costs $2 per day the next day. You would have finally "hit" on 9/22 but you would have lost far more than the amount of your wagers. In almost every number scenario I have reviewed, the day is of vital importance. I often review all my selections for 2003 periodically to determine a published success rate. Here are the results of my 2003 review. I began the year with a very successful experiment. My analysis of the experiment is provided for you in the history. Recommendation #2- Three draws In conducting my own evaluation of my selections I have found what seems to work and what doesn't. As you may notice, my computer analysis of the correct day is very accurate. My selections as to my favorites have not been as accurate. So, I continue to work hard and try and arrive at computer models that will improve YOUR chances to win. Keep reading lottoreport.com for great lottery news. Don
2003 - 11th Prediction)9-29-03 ... New play starts
9-30-03 ... Play came in! Updates Below Original Message
I selected my favorite digit to accompany the 7, a 6, and it did. I did not hit my favorite of 9 as the third digit but I am confident you will conclude that selecting 760, 761, 762, 763, 764, 765, 768, 769 or eight total numbers out of 220 numbers with a total statistical probability of 212 to 1 was absolutely fabulous and unbelievable. This play is now concluded. Thanks for reading lottoreport.com. Don
Fortunately, I chose to wait before starting the new play. As you know, the winning outcomes since 8-3-2 were 091, 125, 190 & 439. As so very often, the 3 did come back. However, I do not have statistical evidence that this type of event happens often enough so that we might profit. So, what number of the 220 total combinations will occur next. It's always interesting to me to start out with a blank page and try to evaluate everything, the number, the day and how to play. I believe the correct outcome beginning Monday in the pick 3 night game will be 7-x-y. When I arrived at that conclusion, that it will have a 7 in any of the positions AND the next 2 digits will be DIFFERENT - that means I now have 36 combinations to choose from.As I have explained previously - 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 78, 79 cover all the possible outcomes of "x." I have listed 16 pairs of numbers by counting the digits 70 as 2 pairs. That means 18 pairs out of 100 total is less than a 1 in 5 chance to be correct. If I am correct on the "7," I must be correct on the pair.The final digit is quite a bit more complicated. . So, selecting from the 9 core pairs listed above, if I select the "6," I would then have 7-6-and another digit that could not be 7 or 6 because it must be 3 The digits 3 and 6 are tied statisticallydifferent numbers. Selecting a digit to go with the 7 and 6, I am choosing 9. So ... my number one selection is 769 for this play that begins 9-29-03 - NIGHT draw. Other numbers that stand out for me statistically are 790, 479, 378 and 379. I have a 21% chance to be correct each day on the digit "7" scenario. I have 30 chances in 1000 to be correct on my favorites and I have 970 chances to be WRONG. Thanks for reading lottoreport.com. Wishing you great success in your choice. Don
So, as of today, I want to tell readers what to WATCH FOR. The primary digit to WATCH for is a 3. The next digit is a 7. They are so close as to which one to select it is mathematically to close to call. So, whichever digit arrives in the format of having three different digits, I will recommend numbers having the other. What do I think will happen?I think the correct outcome will contain a 3. If the 3 is with the 7 both plays will evaporate. Numbers to WATCH are 378 and 369 and 578. What do I want to happen? I want the 7 to arrive in a number having three different digits and thus the 3 will become an outstanding play in the NIGHT PICK 3. I will provide some outstanding speculations IF the previous conditions are NOT met shortly. Thanks for reading lottoreport.com. Don
Actually, there is an 84% chance that one of my profiled numbers beginning Monday will NOT arrive tonight. That a really strong chance, 84%. So, if we get past tonight, and begin wagering on Monday, 9/29 we will then only have a 16% of being correct on the profiled numbers. Since I will then provide numbers within the profile, we will only have an ACTUAL potential to win of about 5% at that time and a 95% chance to lose on an ACTUAL basis.
I want the readers to have a complete understanding of this process of lowering the outcomes from 220 to 36. This is because I have a very accurate computer estimate of when to do this which is an important part of providing profits for you. I expect to place a recommendation for you on the web in the next few days involving the number "7" in a number having three different digits. Time, an important part of the lotteries tactics to obtain ALL your money is now on our side. By waiting and doing a little further evaluation I conclude we will have a better chance to profit. Keep reading lottoreport.com for an expected play, probably Friday the 26th of September. Don |

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Don's 28th Prediction (3rd in 2003)

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Don's 26th Prediction (1st in 2003)

Don's 25th Prediction

Don's 24th Prediction

Just Don's Comments & Thoughts

Don's 22nd & 23rd Prediction

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