# GA P3 Analysis for 2/12/06 Evening

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.

thanks ~Califdude

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.

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 01596-83724 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

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

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.

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!!

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.

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!!

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.

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?

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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