SAMPLE GROUP 3: This is an assortment of combinations that perhaps looked good at first, but didn't produce any hits for at least six months from the Backtest draw, and an additional three months after disabling Backtest Mode. We could chalk it up to the unpredictability of the lottery, and while that may technically be true, I’ll attempt to offer an explanation that - in theory - could be used to anticipate other similar patterns, and therefore avoid playing those patterns in the future. Just remember, as with any lottery, a hit may (or may not) come at any time, so play (or don't play) at your own risk!
Box combo 038: While there are several high skips near the top of the bar, the SIZES of those skips aren’t very large, and probably too small to counter a recent hot streak (hits on multiple low skips).
Box combo 356: We notice several very large skips near the top of the bar, however, with Backtest Mode set to 80 draws back, this combo is approaching its median skip and therefore did NOT recently hit (one condition of a “Prime Play” number is that it must have recently hit, either currently or in Backtest Mode). Within a few more draws, box combo 356 will be out on a high skip, with no indication that its current cold streak has ended or that the trend will change.
Box combo 125: Not enough very large skips near the top. Large skips are barely above the median.
Box combo 035: This combo is approaching the median, similar to box combo 356.
Box combos 016 & 248: These combos have the largest losing streak AHEAD of them in the future, likely because of multiple recent low skips, and large skips that are barely above the median.
TO SKIP OR NOT TO SKIP? Full box combos are difficult to catch because any one combination is among the least frequently occurring pattern in Pick 3, behind a straight. While studying skips in conjunction with Backtest Mode can make winning easier, this is an advanced method of play that requires patience. Some users will find it easier to assemble box combos using other methods, such as playing pairs or wheeling together a group of favorite digits - the final choice is up to you.
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