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Top 50 Six-Ways

Here are the Top Six-Way Pick 3 lottery combinations

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Most often the lowest number in a Pick 3 lottery combination will be a 0, 1 or 2, the middle range of numbers usually land somewhere between 1-8 and the highest numbers will be 7, 8 and 9. If you really think about it, it really makes sense.

Wait till double doubles hit then play them ( A double number followed by a double number). This is the average for a double number to hit two (2) times in a row, then it is a prime opportunity to play one of the Top 50 6-ways.

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4 Responses to “Top 50 Six-Ways”

  • Tom says:

    Please feel free to leave a Comment.
    Together we can really sharpen these Pick 3 Systems!

  • clarke nyc says:

    This part of your post is not clear.

    ” …. the middle range of numbers usually land somewhere between 1-8 and the highest numbers will be 7, 8 and 9. If you really think about it, it really makes sense.
    Wait till double doubles hit then play them ( A double number followed by a double number). This is the average for a double number to hit two (2) times in a row, then it is a prime opportunity to play one of the Top 50 6-ways.”

    The middle range of numbers do NOT usually land between 1 and 8.
    Wouldn’t the middle range be 4 – 8? And if 0 has as much chance as 9 to be drawn, how can their be a “top” 50? Top HOW?
    Certainly, the SUMS bunch around 15, but are you saying that the individual digits bunch, too? And WHY after double doubles? What’s so special about double doubles? Why are 237, 238, and 239 on your chart, but not, for example, 236? Please explain.

  • clarke nyc says:

    CORRECTION: I meant to type: “How can there be a Top 50?”
    Sorry about the typo.

  • Deana says:

    The 50 numbers I see listed here are not all six-way, I see several doubles such as 118, 881, 227, 772 etc. Are they typos or what?

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