Until I was cleared to post, I read the other post in this thread so am prepared to offer some information.

I've been studying the Pick 3 Lottery now for nearly 10 years and developing a Tracking System for the digits. Am happy to say that I finally found somebody who could put my ideas into software, however, the software isnt going to be marketable.

With regards to what I have learned about the Pick 3 Lottery I would like to offer the following information.

We all already know there are 1000 EXACT combinations of 3 digit 0 through 9. There are Triples, Double games and 3 digit games. I have made charts with all 1000 combinations and categorized them into specific groups so can tell you exactly what is there.

Of the 10 digits, 5 digits are EVEN and 5 digits are ODD. That is a 50/50 split so if you can determine which way the digits will lean you are half way there <G> There will be 500 exact combinations that "favor" Even digits by being either all EVEN or 2E/1O. Two Even digits and 1 Odd digit will always Sum Total ODD. Three EVEN digits will total EVEN.

There are 500 exact combinations that "favor" Odd digits by being either all ODD or 2O/1E. Two Odd digits and 1 Even digit will always Sum Total EVEN. Three ODD digits will total ODD.

Each of the 500 exact can be broken down into 4 groups....EEE, EEO, EOE, OEE and OOO, OOE, OEO and EOO. There will be exactly 125 3 digit combinations PER each of these groups as well.

Twenty-five of these exact combinations will be for Doubles in each group.

Additional information to know is there are exactly 100 combinations with....."any given digit" in "any given position of 1st, 2nd or 3rd.

There are 120 unboxed combinations of 3 digits which can be written 6 different ways for total of 720 exact. There are 90 unboxed combinations for "doubles" that can be written 3 different ways for an additional 270 exact. This plus 10 Triples brings you to the total of 1000 exact combinations.

The 1000 exact combinations can also be reduced to "Sum Totals" and those totals separated into denominations of Singles (0-10), Teens (11-20) and Twenties (21-27). For the past 316 games where I live, Teens have played 62.5% of the time. This is 197 games out of 316 with the balance split between Single denominations and Twenties.

This is also about the same % for repeat rate of a digit playing from a previous days game as well. If you can figure out what digit will repeat from a previous game and what position that digit will play in you can reduce the 1000 exact combinations to 100. Then figure which way the digits will lean, remove all the Pures and Doubles if they arent scheduled to play and then figure which way the digits will lean....Even or Odd by whether the Sum Total will be Even or Odd.

Another interesting point that I have found in tracking the digits is.....Most of the digits that play, will play again (if they dont repeat) by the time they get 4 games away from the last time they played.

Last but not least......if you are going to track numbers...you HAVE to keep written record so you will know what has played, what Sum Totals are and how long it's been since a digit has played.