Every Pick 3 and Pick 4 Number is drawn independently of each other based on the defined mathematical rule of random drawings. Within each lottery each drawing is independent and separate from each other. The drawn winning numbers are not related according to the mathematical laws of numbers. So why do I ask this question?

Every Pick 3 and Pick 4 player struggles to discover systems and methods to find and play the next winning number. Some people, like myself, believe that lottery numbers are related. In studying lottery numbers for two decades I have come to understand how some Pick 3 lottery numbers are connected to each other. Similarly I have seen the same things within the Pick 4 Lottery as well.

Like learning a new language, one has to begin to think in images and words of that second language. As a lottery player one needs to understand the behavior and habits of the numbers or digits — when referring to the individual three or four numbers that make up the winning Pick 3 or Pick 4 number.

I write about “reading the numbers” to understand how they are connected to each other. Discover strategies that formulate these connections within each lottery system.

In addition to the mathematical laws of random selection of numbers and digits, lottery player also point out that the different types of drawing systems – traditional ball drawings and computerized drawings further add to the idea of the separateness of the numbers. It’s these thought processes which make it hard for a lottery player to pick the winning numbers from drawing to drawing and help the State Lotteries continue to make money year after year.

To add more confusion to the mix I ask this question — ‘Can Pick 3 and Pick 4 numbers help find winners for each other?’ With all the reasons supporting the ideas for the non-related separateness of numbers the question is ludicrous or just plain stupid.

As one who tracks both the Pick 3 and Pick 4 Lotteries I came across the following Pick 3 and Pick 4 results in New Jersey on the evening of October 28, 2010. The Pick 3 and Pick 4 results were 206 and 1260. Being a person who is constantly studying the connections of numbers, these results jumped out at me. The reality of these drawings is that they are useless, because they were drawn in the same drawing time.

But what if one of them preceded the other, would a lottery player be able to benefit from such a situation? This is what I discovered in an attempt to answer the question.

In the Missouri Lottery on November 1 – 2, 2010, 041 and 1004 were drawn and on November 3 – 4, 2010, 958 and 859 were drawn. In the PA Lottery from Midday to Evening 443 and 3744 were drawn on November 2nd. In the Kentucky Pick 3 and Pick 4 the results were 11.2.2010 Midday 907, 11.3.2010 Midday 1409, and Evening 409 & 0579. In Michigan Daily lotteries on 11.2.2010 and 11.3.2010, respectively, 205 and 3052 were the winning numbers. During these same days North Carolina Lottery produced 451 on November 2nd and 4415 on the 3rd.

And, it continues. Arkansas Pick 3 & 4 Lotteries on November 4th and 5th produced 546 and 6745. In the NY Win 4 and Numbers on 11.5.2010 and 11.6.2010 the winning numbers were 0453 and 503. In the Ohio Pick 3 and 4 Lotteries the following November dates and draws included 11.3 – 1875, 11.5 – 158, 11.7 – 175, 11.8 – 5718, 11.9 – 982 and 11.10 – 8296. In California Daily Lotteries the results were: 11.6 – 9928, 11.9 – 8992, and 11.10 – 998.

In the Canadian Lotteries, Ontario’s Pick 3 and Pick 4 respectively, drew 0967 on 11.4, 679 on 11.5, 733 on 11.9, and 7733 on 11.10. Quebec’s La Quotidienne 3 & 4 Lotteries produced the following winners: 6281 on 11.3, 182 on 11.5, 8417 on 11.4 and 718 on 11.6.2010.

By developing a Keen Eye for numbers and learning how to read numbers and connect them systematically you become a winner in the Pick 3 and Pick 4 lotteries despite what the mathematical laws of numbers in random selection process state. These are very good results in a short time for non-related and independently separate and unconnected drawn numbers and lotteries that work together to produce winning numbers.