Pairs Charting

Below is an example of a Pick 3 lottery pairs chart. Its simply a way of mapping out the 55 different pairs for tracking.

Take the last nights draw and break it into pairs.

For example On Jan 16th 487 hit.
The pairs it makes are 48 47 and 87.

Now look up each pair on the pair chart

You are looking for the two pairs above each of the pairs that hit, AND the two pairs below each of the pairs that hit.

Notice from the example below that when either the top or the bottom of the pair column ends, you just start up at the top or bottom depending on which way you are looking.

The GREEN represents the two pairs above the pair that hit.
The BLUE represents the two pairs below the pair that hit.

List out the pairs:

Now take each of the pairs that match up and make numbers out of them

Lets start with the first pair: 39. Look for another pair that has a 3 or 9 in it. You will find the 38 the 29 and the 69 pairs. To put these together you get 398, 392, 396 and 392.

Next is the 11 pair. Looking for other pairs that have a 1 or 1 in it you will find 01 and 14. Putting these together you get 110, 114

Next is the 57 pair. Looking for other pairs that have a 5 or 7 in it you will find 56 and 05. Putting these together you get 576, 570

Lastly is the 66 pair. Looking for pairs that have 6 or 6 in it you will find 56 and 69 pairs. Putting these together you get 665, 669.

Your new sets of numbers are 398, 392, 396, 110, 114, 576, 570, 665, 669

You can filter by eliminating doubles and SUMs not between 11 and 17 which leaves
570, 392 and 392

Hopefully you didnâ€™t miss the 392 392 twice flag SCREAMING at you â€¦.

The next Pick 3 draw on Jan 18th was 923

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