First off, The Base numbers are five (5) last wins in order of call. If you have two daily games as we do in Ohio....DON'T mix the Day and Night digits! Keep them separate.

I have made this matrix to use five games to find the sixth day and it's handier than "fourty-acres" of past history to see what's going on.

This is how to do the setup:

Column 1---only the five last wins are involved!

Column 2-3-4, are for the single tally of each scored number from ....0 thru 10...

Column 5.....total sum of that particular row from 0 thru 10...

You will note many non-entrys (I just put an x in the empty slot) they are counted too.

With this part of the program, I use "Word Document" to setup a graph of 20X20 columns, you can use graph paper or Excel if you like.

PART 2:

I start with the highest single digit count---not the total sums--- and run all of the single digit entrys from columns ....2-3-4...into the final column...#6.

This last column #6 will have three entrys across to make a three (3) digit number and I follow through down and including the "x's" which in turn will come out to ten three digit entrys.

When you start tracking your wins...last win and sometimes all five plus the sixth three digit, you will in most cases see the trends on a daily basis.

My suggestion for you is to go back several days and log these events.

003...0...1...2...x....3....025

765...1...x....x...x....x....033

382...2....x...x...2....2....366

635...3....1...1...1...3.....788

802...4....x...x...x.....x....011

-----...5....x...x...2....2....122

-----...6....1...1...x....2....444

-----...7....1...x...x....1.....556

-----...8....1...1...x....2.....778

-----...9....x....x...x....x.....999

R1..........R2..R3..R4.R5.....R6

On a daily basis you will see how your numbers move and two out of three times you will find your winning number. You must on a daily basis remove the top number set eg. 003---reduce your center matrix by the same digits and add in the last set to the matrix.

One final thing..........R2-R3-R4....have a pattern that does not change for the winning number set for that day and it is...

x-x-1. This means eg. 208 was the winning number set for that matrix----look into the R2-R3-R4 and you will see that 208 is x-x-1

This setup works for all pick three games!

The final column with the three digits is an add on that I use for comparison by the week. 208 was not in this column but that doesn't matter!

Teufellj