ESPN’s lottery prediction model was able to predict the outcome of the first 3-dots of a jackpot in a 3-to-1 chance of getting the winning ticket, according to an ESPN Insider article published today.

    The model was based on data from the 2012-2013 3-D Lottery, which is run by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, and was based off a model from the 2013-2014 lottery, according the article.

    The 3-pointer is the most likely number to land in the first three digits of a ticket, the model said, and this has happened before.

    The model also said that if the winner was not a woman, the odds of getting it were between 1.4 and 1.8 percent.

    The number 0 is the next most common number that could land in a ticket at the bottom of the jackpot, the data showed.

    This number was also more likely to land at the top than the number 3, but not by as much, the article said.

    The results are consistent with past data on 3-betting, which has shown the probability of getting a winning ticket has risen over the years, with a 3.2 percent chance of landing a ticket in 2011, and 3.6 percent chance in 2012.

    The odds of a 3D ticket being sold in a lottery drawing are even higher.

    In 2016, there were more than 5.2 million 3-point tickets sold, and a 3rd digit 3-Point Lottery ticket was sold in 2015.

    The numbers also show that the odds have increased from a year ago.

    In 2012, a 3d winning ticket in a $1.25 million jackpot was still at 1.5 percent, and in 2013 it was at 3.5.