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# Does anyone want to be in a pool with me? lol.

Topic closed. 105 replies. Last post 2 years ago by Ronnie316.

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CA
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November 6, 2011
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 Posted: May 28, 2012, 1:10 pm - IP Logged

You are welcome to join our group, we have 8 members and have been at it for  11 months

We ar in Cali and play only the super lotto, each person kick in $200 per month United States Member #116272 September 7, 2011 20244 Posts Offline  Posted: May 28, 2012, 1:10 pm - IP Logged why change the rules...? Did the other partner drop out? I am confused. Yes tn, topnail stayed in for 1 draw and then jumped out of the pool. United States Member #116272 September 7, 2011 20244 Posts Offline  Posted: May 28, 2012, 1:15 pm - IP Logged You are welcome to join our group, we have 8 members and have been at it for 11 months We ar in Cali and play only the super lotto, each person kick in$200 per month

I'm not sure now that ANY amount of money will work in a JP game. One in a 1000 played 175,000 lines per draw and got squat. I'm going to save up my money over the summer and buy a HUGE pile of scratcher tickets. Or I may just go to a casino and play a $5 slot for a couple of hours. What are my odds??? Florida United States Member #128099 May 16, 2012 63 Posts Offline  Posted: May 28, 2012, 2:10 pm - IP Logged I'm not sure now that ANY amount of money will work in a JP game. One in a 1000 played 175,000 lines per draw and got squat. I'm going to save up my money over the summer and buy a HUGE pile of scratcher tickets. Or I may just go to a casino and play a$5 slot for a couple of hours. What are my odds???

"One in a 1000 played 175,000 lines per draw and got squat."

I'm having a hard time understanding that one. What exactly does it mean?

Not trying to be a jerk, just trying to grasp what you're saying.

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Wished I was in America. My syndicate here in UK is only £10-25 per member and still had a hard time squeezing money out.

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South Carolina
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 Posted: May 29, 2012, 6:15 pm - IP Logged

Stats hunting:

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Fiji
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9-ball, 8-ball, straight pool or snooker? I bet that I win.

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 Posted: May 29, 2012, 6:58 pm - IP Logged

R316:

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OMG>>>>>>>>>>>>>UR winnie<<<<EXPOSED!

upstate NY
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"One in a 1000 played 175,000 lines per draw and got squat."

I'm having a hard time understanding that one. What exactly does it mean?

Not trying to be a jerk, just trying to grasp what you're saying.

He's talking about a blog that I had for about a month, if that.  I wrote a program that would generate 175,000 quick picks for each MM and PB drawing, and I would check those QPs against the winning numbers for each draw.  The object was to see what I could get in lower-tier prizes, but what Ronnie is getting at is that not once did I hit the jackpot despite having enough combinations to effectively improve my odds from 1 in 175 million to 1 in 1000.  The highest prize was two MM 4+1s.

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mid-Ohio
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 Posted: May 30, 2012, 1:23 pm - IP Logged

Wished I was in America. My syndicate here in UK is only £10-25 per member and still had a hard time squeezing money out.

Why do you think Americans would be easier to squeeze money out of than people in the UK?

I once had someone from the UK pm me about joining a pool to play a UK 6/49 game and always wondered about the logic of her request since we have 6/49 games in the US.

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Milwaukee, WI
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 Posted: May 30, 2012, 2:33 pm - IP Logged

Hows the water in the pool?

Any nice babes in the pool? :-)

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Why do you think Americans would be easier to squeeze money out of than people in the UK?

I once had someone from the UK pm me about joining a pool to play a UK 6/49 game and always wondered about the logic of her request since we have 6/49 games in the US.

Payouts are important! I won't play Euromillions for example. 2 euros input for a combination and lousy output in the tourist class!

6/49, 5/50 ... no thanks! 5/36, 6/40 ... okay! But, the low rank payouts must be sufficient to keep a good player going!

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NYC
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He's talking about a blog that I had for about a month, if that.  I wrote a program that would generate 175,000 quick picks for each MM and PB drawing, and I would check those QPs against the winning numbers for each draw.  The object was to see what I could get in lower-tier prizes, but what Ronnie is getting at is that not once did I hit the jackpot despite having enough combinations to effectively improve my odds from 1 in 175 million to 1 in 1000.  The highest prize was two MM 4+1s.

KEEP YOUR EYE ON THE BALL & REMEMBER TO SWING!
NYC
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 Posted: June 1, 2012, 6:02 am - IP Logged

Why do you think Americans would be easier to squeeze money out of than people in the UK?

I once had someone from the UK pm me about joining a pool to play a UK 6/49 game and always wondered about the logic of her request since we have 6/49 games in the US.

Maybe because most americans are pretty dumb...

the only thing dumber than an american is a european...(are we talking book smart or just intuition smart?)

is UK the equivalent of europe?  i dont know...if you read this skio...forgive me...i have become jaded...

KEEP YOUR EYE ON THE BALL & REMEMBER TO SWING!
NYC
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 Posted: June 1, 2012, 6:12 am - IP Logged

Hows the water in the pool?

Any nice babes in the pool? :-)

I think somebody may have peed in the pool!!!

In all seriousness...maybe a pool for an easier game should be made...and a portion of the jackpot winnings of the easier game be put towards the more difficult games...

although i would put a limit on how many lines per draw should be played for both MM and PB...

5000 lines just seems too chaotic and desperate for professional players...at most i would consider 4 teams... playing portions of one greater wheel...at 400 lines max...100 lines per team...

or if the original pool worked...    just keep winning the easier game...

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