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GA P3 Analysis for 2/12/06 Evening

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Here is my analysis for Georgia's Evening draw on 2/12.  My database is very small right now, but it is large enough to show some trends.  I hope you can use this information. To better understand some of my terms, see my blog.
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This is based on the last 13 Evening draws.
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Here is the 10-digit number for this evening:
60921-75483
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Here are the number of times the positions of the 10-digit number have hit. This is only 1 "hit" per draw, so a double only counts as 1:
1= 3
2= 3
3= 6
4= 5
5= 4
6= 1
7= 1
8= 5
9= 6
0= 2
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Notice that positions 3 and 9 have hit in 6 draws.  Those "real" numbers are 9 and 8.
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Even/Low = 2
Even/High = 3
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Odd/Low = 2
Odd/High = 6
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One digit repeated from previous draw 3 times.
Two digits repeated from previous draw 3 times.
Three digits repeated from previous draw 1 time.
No digits repeated 6 times.
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Odd/High changed from one draw to the next 9 times and was the same 3 times.
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High/Low changed from one draw to the next 6 times and was the same 6 times.
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Doubles have skipped the last 7 draws.
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The last draw was 690 which is an Odd/High and had two digits (6 & 0) repeat from the previous draw.
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I'm not tracking sums, root sums, or vtracs.
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I hope you find some value to this info and can use it to pick a winner.  My predictions are not based on this data today...I'm using a different method until I get a little bigger databases.

 

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thanks ~Califdude

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You are very welcome, AGF310.

I know I say to play what is hot and I do believe in that, but there are some things that have been hot too long!!  For instance the A-B distribution for Georgia Evening:

3-0

3-0

2-1

2-1

2-1

1-2

1-2

0-3

2-1

2-1

3-0

0-3

1-2

Notice that the last 5 draws have had 2 or 3 digits coming from the "A" side or left side of the 10-digit number.  If you want to play what is hot, then do it again, but that is very unusual, so I would suggest switching to 1-2 and 0-3.

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Thanks Cali

Red = 2 numbers from that side    Blue = 3 numbers from that side



69081-27453
81260-79453
62071-98453
76129-08453
26910-87453
96102-87453
10287-96453
80719-64523
71964-08523
64079-81523
07981-54236
81549-23706
58492-37061
92370-56184
37056-19842
56071-39842
67513-90842
57139-06842
39068-74521
30687-45921
60837-45921
30784-59216
07845-92136
47592-81306
49281-57306
29841-57306
84219-57306
18954-73206
51473-82096
73812-05496
78312-05496
12035-74986
03257-41986
35741-98062
37419-58062
17958-06324
58701-96324
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96085-37214
86537-29140
37291-85640
91832-56740
32589-67401
89674-05231
87405-29631
74052-98631
52709-86314
09862-73154
62073-81549
73281-65409
72831-65409
28316-57409
16573-24089
76324-01859
24018-76539
20187-65394
80176-52394
76580-23941
68023-57941
02357-86941
57836-09241
78360-92451
63079-24518
79234-51860
34751-92860
57194-32860
94312-87650
91287-34650
87319-46520
37194-86520
39486-15720
48613-57209
16357-20894
57203-18964
20531-78964
35127-89640
13257-89640
57839-16240
39716-85240
37196-85240
96738-52140
93857-62140
57863-21490
63821-47905
21648-79035
14287-96035
42879-60135
79260-41835
60947-18325
47091-86325
04918-76325
41876-39205
87641-39205
46718-39205
18364-92057
83641-92057
64192-08537
92081-54367
81543-60927
54136-09278
13645-09278
43651-09278
51640-93278
40965-32781
06534-27981
34027-98651
02794-86513
70948-65213
48659-21730
59217-30486
17350-48269
50417-82639
17082-54639
70825-46319
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Gilla, you are using a combined database and I use a seperate.

 

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Gilla, you are using a combined database and I use a seperate.

 

yes CD, I try to look at both, sometimes one will show something the other doesn't and sometimes you can put them together. Thanks again.

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Gilla, you are using a combined database and I use a seperate.

 

yes CD, I try to look at both, sometimes one will show something the other doesn't and sometimes you can put them together. Thanks again.

Yes, I agree.  I used to have a combined database for California when that was the only state I was predicting, but now I just use the databases I have recently made.  I also make use of the data that is available here on Lottery Post which are for seperate draws.

The only reason I pointed out that you and I use different databases is that my 10-digit numbers are not the same as yours!!

 

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Gilla, you are using a combined database and I use a seperate.

 

yes CD, I try to look at both, sometimes one will show something the other doesn't and sometimes you can put them together. Thanks again.

Yes, I agree.  I used to have a combined database for California when that was the only state I was predicting, but now I just use the databases I have recently made.  I also make use of the data that is available here on Lottery Post which are for seperate draws.

The only reason I pointed out that you and I use different databases is that my 10-digit numbers are not the same as yours!!

 

 I wish Todd would add combined databases here. You are correct CD, I should have noted that on my post, was just happy that it posted with colors, sometimes it doesn't.

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Thank you both very much for your expert analysis of Georgia, CD and gilla!  I'll probably sit out tonight's draw (while I work on a method for choosing possible straights that appears to have good potential).  But I thought the following info might help someone with their selections this eve:

If I were playing for at least two digits to fall from the "B" side of GA Eve's 10-digit-number (and I agree, that certainly looks like a good bet tonight) and I counted the double combo 336, for example, as a two digit hit from the B side, then I'd be filtering in these boxed pairs:  75, 74, 78, 73, 54, 58, 53, 48, 43, 83, 77, 55, 44, 88, 33

Giving me these sixty out of the 120 possible boxed singles to choose from:

034 - 035 - 037 - 038 - 045 - 047 - 048 - 057 - 058 - 078 - 134 - 135 - 137 - 138 - 145 - 147 - 148 - 157 - 158 - 178 - 234 - 235 - 237 - 238 - 245 - 247 - 248 - 257 - 258 - 278 - 345 - 346 - 347 - 348 - 349 - 356 - 357 - 358 - 359 - 367 - 368 - 378 - 379 - 389 - 456 - 457 - 458 - 459 - 467 - 468 - 478 - 479 - 489 - 567 - 568 - 578 - 579 - 589 - 678 - 789

And these fifty out of the 100 possible boxed doubles and triples to choose from:

033 - 044 - 055 - 077 - 088 - 133 - 144 - 155 - 177 - 188 - 233 - 244 - 255 - 277 - 288 - 333 - 334 - 335 - 336 - 337 - 338 - 339 - 344 - 355 - 377 - 388 - 444 - 445 - 446 - 447 - 448 - 449 - 455 - 477 - 488 - 555 - 556 - 557 - 558 - 559 - 577 - 588 - 677 - 688 - 777 - 778 - 779 - 788 - 888 - 889

Good Luck!!

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Draw was 007 which did not fit real well with my analysis nor was it in the numbers that Peach provided!

Well, at least I showed everyone the type of analysis I am doing and maybe someone will profit from it in the future.

Thanks to Gilla and Peach for sharing.

 

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Draw was 007 which did not fit real well with my analysis nor was it in the numbers that Peach provided!

Well, at least I showed everyone the type of analysis I am doing and maybe someone will profit from it in the future.

Thanks to Gilla and Peach for sharing.

 

You're quite welcome, CD.  It was still a good bet (especially the singles ones).  Things simply didn't work out as hoped this time. 

The B side strategy should be an even better bet for Monday Eve (again, especially if Monday Eve sees a single). 

In tracking any state's game, what's the longest that you've ever seen an A or B side trend like this continue?

I'd be happy to provide the new sets of possibles using the exact same method with GA Eve's current 10-digit-number ( that'd be 07692-15483, of course), if you'd like?

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Peach, the only state that I did this for any period of time was California.  I did it for a long, long time.  I don't remember how long a particular side hit in a row, but normally you will see like 2-1 twice and then switch over to 1-2.  The 0-3 and 3-0 are more rare, but that is because there are fewer numbers!

Sure, post the next set of "possibles".

 

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