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Posted: March 28, 2010, 7:38 am - IP Logged

Does anyone know anything about the Gillen Lotto Computer?

 

I've heard a little about them and just saw one on ebay and wondered if anyone knew exactly what they do?

 

Thanks

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    Posted: March 28, 2010, 7:48 am - IP Logged

    Does anyone know anything about the Gillen Lotto Computer?

     

    I've heard a little about them and just saw one on ebay and wondered if anyone knew exactly what they do?

     

    Thanks

    freeatlast

    computor on ebay

    looks like a scientific calculator.  If it is that good why sell it???

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      Posted: March 28, 2010, 11:17 am - IP Logged

      Does anyone know anything about the Gillen Lotto Computer?

       

      I've heard a little about them and just saw one on ebay and wondered if anyone knew exactly what they do?

       

      Thanks

      freeatlast

      This was asked before.

      http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/172786

      It seems to be a handheld calculator with a program module.  You probably can get the same program on a USB flash drive and run it on a regular desktop or laptop computer.  That's what I've doing for family members who want copies of the lottery files and data I've been using to play the lotteries.

      * you don't need more tickets, just the right ticket * 
      * your best chance at winning a lottery jackpot is to buy a ticket * 
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        Posted: March 28, 2010, 11:26 am - IP Logged

        computor on ebay

        looks like a scientific calculator.  If it is that good why sell it???

        My thoughts exactly!!

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          Posted: March 28, 2010, 11:44 am - IP Logged

          This was asked before.

          http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/172786

          It seems to be a handheld calculator with a program module.  You probably can get the same program on a USB flash drive and run it on a regular desktop or laptop computer.  That's what I've doing for family members who want copies of the lottery files and data I've been using to play the lotteries.

          That gives me an idea.  I could buy a bunch of $5 USB flash drives and put my lottery program and data files on them and sell them on Ebay for $100 as the RJOh Lotto Computer modules.

          * you don't need more tickets, just the right ticket * 
          * your best chance at winning a lottery jackpot is to buy a ticket * 
               Wink 

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            Posted: April 8, 2010, 5:51 pm - IP Logged

            Greetings freeatlast, et al-

             

            Gillen lotto software is propriety and his followers ostensibly say effective,  if you can figure it out

            "The Jack Gillen Seminars, 35 Years of Reserach And Dvelopment" is a interesting compilation of keys to all forms of speculation and specifically has "THE LOTTERY" chapter - book is also a computer ebook file.

            Gillen has a number of 'out of the box' public published winning predictions -

             I am not invested with the man in any way.

             

            Good Luck,

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              Posted: April 16, 2010, 6:11 pm - IP Logged

              For those inclined to investigate Gillen's astro/numerology & other non-conventional methodologies, here is a related update on the 35 Years Seminar:

              "We are going through methods that were left out of the lottery book, and might apply to today's lottery as we update the new lottery book. The Massachusetts numbers that I posted were based on each house. They were set for Raynham Greyhound track, and entered  into a contest at the Greyhound Channel. The numbers posted produced six winners, and one second. It also gave the daily double of 2-5, paying $183.20. The points are based on the payoffs. In race one, #2 paid $16.40, $8.20, and $4.20. Giving 2,880 points. All together we ended up with 11,660 points. Ending up in the fourth position. The reason we dropped this from the last update of the book, it was not consistent in picking 50% of the winners. It was used as a guide over the computer's top picks. Incidentally, the computer's top three picks had every winner from the top three positions."

              The results have been widely published in the press, do the reserach and make up your own mind.

               

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