An Old Pick 3 Table rediscovered From the beginning of playing Pick 3 grids were an entertaining way of picking numbers for the upcoming draw.
While this is not a math approach in any way it is still used by many. There are many tables floating around with all kinds of claims about their quality; there is the table of Moses and many others in all shapes and sizes.
The Concept: Look up the recent draw and find numbers that are in the vicinity of that previous draw to select your next lottery picks, overlapping or touching.
New versus Old: Nowadays it seems preferable to look at other options to select upcoming numbers, it is still intriguing to check out and evaluate the methods of the past; the time when most of us were not even allowed to play the lottery based on age restrictions.
While going through old documents, newsletters and other lottery related items we discovered an old table that should be at least over 20 years old. Apparently it was planned to be included in one issue of the "Lucky Letter" - an old Pick34 email publication - that came old every month for a while. The table was never published in the newsletter but it very likely circulated for a while in some of the lottery forums of that time.
Blast from the Past: So here - as a blast from the past - the original Mike K's Pick 3 Selection Table, a 9 x 8 grid. Some of the long-term lottery players might have encountered it in the past, for most - very likely - it is first time they see this particular table. At the same time many players are certainly familiar with such tables in general. Compared to others it's relatively small, containing only 72 digits in 9 rows of 8 eight columns.
Example: Mike K's Pick 3 Selection Table was only created for Pick 3 lotteries.
As an example here yesterday's midday draw 302 marked in yellow and the winning evening draw 074 showing that the winning number overlapped with the previous draw.
There are no claims in regards to how often the numbers actually hit but every boxed lottery number should be found at least once within the table, with digits connecting perpendicularly and/or diagonally.