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Originally Posted by JUNAXCUBE
Good day.... can you please explain a little on how we could come up on a probable bet?
thanks...

hiya JUNXACUBE,
when you update the spreadsheet with draws from your pick3 lottery game, look at the M_A or E_A sheets...they give a bird's eye view of which numbers have hit in each ball slot, and which have been "Absent".
one basic strategy is to look on current M_A sheet, and for example look at the POS#3 which represents the last ballslot, 10columns AD to AM track number distribution by position. for example, XX2 has not been draw in the last 34 draws.
looking at the P sheet, probability of a digit being drawn none times at 35draws is only 2.50%, so XX2 has to fall sometime.
also, say 9 is a favorite digit I want to play...and for example say 45draws is the game history interval I want to watch...looking at columns AX to BB...I see NINE 3519. it is the least drawn number at the 45draw interval...so XX9 would be the most probable way to play a 9.
looking at M_A sheet, 453 was most recent DRaW...sometimes MIRror digits within last few weeks of draws will contain the next draw or indicators for a pair...for example, looking at ME_A, both my midday & evening games are analyzed as one game...last midday draw is 453, and it can be found in the MIRror cells: F8 E9 E8.
a static matrix is sometimes useful in conjunction with other strategies. for example, on the E_M sheet, on row #3 IJK shows a draw 489...which is clustered in the matrix cells at A5 B5 A4. the next draw was 165, neatly clustered near the 489...spinning off from the 6 at B4.
another thing to explain playing within probability...on M_A sheet, AX to BB tracks how many times each digit fell into each ballslot over the last 45draws. I can crossref with the P sheet...A22:B23, highlight B25:B29, statusbar at bottom right shows 78.91%, probability that in any ballslot, a digit will be drawn two to six times in 45draws ...sooo back on M_A, AX to BB...a strategy could be to focus on the bulk of probability...play a digit in a slot, if it has been drawn 1 to 5 times, and your playfield represents where the draw numbers come from 78.91% of the time.
conditional formatting could even be added to highlight the ballslots which are most probable for you to play the digit in.
wow it is 3:30am
I hope this basic explanation makes sense
time for sleep.
cheers!
blitzed