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# LP and the Lotteries

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Do LP predictions and methods affect lottery draws?

 Yes [ 10 ] [27.03%] No [ 27 ] [72.97%] Total Valid Votes [ 37 ] Discarded Votes [ 2 ]

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 Posted: May 25, 2012, 5:29 pm - IP Logged

If it were possible (and I'm skeptical, of course!), I'd rather find a method that would consistently help me win smaller tier prizes...say somewhere in the $500-$1,000 range.

The theory being that I could stay under the radar a little more than someone who won a multi-million dollar jackpot.

Of course, I wouldn't complain if I won a giant jackpot.  But I'd still be happy to hit smaller tier prizes more frequently.

egg harbor twp.south jersey shore
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 Posted: May 25, 2012, 6:21 pm - IP Logged

voted no on the the effect,

but yes, if you could win $500, consistently and stay "under the radar" that would be nice. heard tell, from some at the race track, they been doing this for years, if thats true, how come they look like a bum ? unless...... maybe thats part of being under the radar ? Extraordinary Popular Delusions & the Madness of Crowds -- Charles Mackay LL.D. Belgium Member #128223 May 19, 2012 96 Posts Offline  Posted: May 25, 2012, 6:29 pm - IP Logged voted no on the the effect, but yes, if you could win$500, consistently and stay "under the radar" that would be nice.

heard tell,  from some at the race track, they been doing this for years,

if thats true, how come they look like a bum ?

unless......

maybe thats part of being under the radar ?

haymaker is right...

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 Posted: May 25, 2012, 7:19 pm - IP Logged

I believe there may have been a winner here, just saying.

me too....

Merry CHRISTmas everyone....

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 Posted: May 25, 2012, 9:26 pm - IP Logged

I believe there may have been a winner here, just saying.

or 2

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 Posted: May 26, 2012, 12:20 pm - IP Logged

If it were possible (and I'm skeptical, of course!), I'd rather find a method that would consistently help me win smaller tier prizes...say somewhere in the $500-$1,000 range.

The theory being that I could stay under the radar a little more than someone who won a multi-million dollar jackpot.

Of course, I wouldn't complain if I won a giant jackpot.  But I'd still be happy to hit smaller tier prizes more frequently.

say somewhere in the $500-$1,000 range.

Yeah, its called getting a job....... just sayin

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 Posted: May 26, 2012, 1:50 pm - IP Logged

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upstate NY
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 Posted: May 26, 2012, 4:27 pm - IP Logged

say somewhere in the $500-$1,000 range.

Yeah, its called getting a job....... just sayin

Indeed.

I don't think the people responsible were LP members, but players in Massachusetts cracked the Cash WinFall game, leading officials there to close the loophole that had been exploited last year and eventually end the game earlier this year.

If a winning system were indeed posted here at LP, it probably wouldn't remain a winning system for long.  However, to answer the rest of the question, I don't think lottery officials have anything to fear from us puttering around.

"I think if you think the Internet is a place where it's ok to be cruel to other humans, that's just so sad. You must really be suffering." -- Xeni Jardin

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 Posted: May 26, 2012, 5:11 pm - IP Logged

Indeed.

I don't think the people responsible were LP members, but players in Massachusetts cracked the Cash WinFall game, leading officials there to close the loophole that had been exploited last year and eventually end the game earlier this year.

If a winning system were indeed posted here at LP, it probably wouldn't remain a winning system for long.  However, to answer the rest of the question, I don't think lottery officials have anything to fear from us puttering around.

Great story, I just read about it. Couple heads into town and buys $307,000. worth of tickets. lol. I'm surprised they didn't cancel the draw and keep the money. lol. Now they are only allowed to spend$5000. per day, per retailer.

So they would need to make 62 stops to make the same purchase again. lol.

Connecticut
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 Posted: May 30, 2012, 8:06 pm - IP Logged

Hi,

A lot of methods, information, and predictions about lotteries is posted at the LP.

Are lotteries adjusting thier methods based on predictions and what is said at the LP?

Is to much information being given out at the LP?

If a winning system were posted at the LP, would it stay a winning system?

There's no such thing as too much information...it's just a question of what we are capable of intaking mentally.

Are lotteries adjusting thier methods based on predictions and what is said at the LP?

as far as P3 goes,I don't think it's possible.Although I would hate to be an offshore P3 site these days.They gotta be getting spanked by folks who come through here. lol

"...Life is not a matter of holding good cards,but sometimes playing a poor hand well...

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 Posted: May 30, 2012, 8:14 pm - IP Logged

Hi,

A lot of methods, information, and predictions about lotteries is posted at the LP.

Are lotteries adjusting thier methods based on predictions and what is said at the LP?

Is to much information being given out at the LP?

If a winning system were posted at the LP, would it stay a winning system?

JKING

I would bet money they read the post here at LP.  Maybe not the people at the state gaming office but the people

who build the RNG's, scratchers, etc... are.   99% of stuff here is of little use other than day to day trends but if you

find something that really works, keep it to yourself.   I don't think that they pay much attention to pick-3 but the big

games where a lottery could go bust in one drawing would I think be of much interest.   Lets sat that I could produce

a algorithm that could hit 4 positional numbers about 1 in 100 attempts.  Leaving the player to have to choose one number

for the third position.  Again lets say that I gave the numbers 5-23  --  45-54 leaving only 22 numbers to fill in the 3rd

number.  Lets say again that 1000 people used this information each draw.  lets further say that out of these 1000

players that 200 manage to hit the third number for that draw.  I think it would be a bit of a problem for them to come

up with $200,000,000 to pay the second level prizes let alone the 4of5 and with something like this the JP would have a good chance to being hit too. Not saying I do and not saying I don't but if I did I would never post it. I kind of like playing the lottery. RL Working on my Ph.D. "University of hard Knocks" I will consider the opinion that my winnings are a product of chance if you are willing to consider they are not. United States Member #59354 March 13, 2008 1912 Posts Offline  Posted: May 30, 2012, 8:51 pm - IP Logged The one thing I do find that is odd here at LP is how many new people show up and assume this is a board of jackpot winners and ask what numbers they should play. Maybe some new members wronly assume people who have played lotteries for a while and post so much about them must know how to win them. It's only after they get some advice from them that they learn the truth, lottery players don't necessarily get smarter with experience. RJOh I agree, many go the other way, RL Working on my Ph.D. "University of hard Knocks" I will consider the opinion that my winnings are a product of chance if you are willing to consider they are not. United States Member #124621 March 16, 2012 1475 Posts Offline  Posted: June 3, 2012, 12:56 am - IP Logged The one thing I do find that is odd here at LP is how many new people show up and assume this is a board of jackpot winners and ask what numbers they should play. Maybe some new members wronly assume people who have played lotteries for a while and post so much about them must know how to win them. It's only after they get some advice from them that they learn the truth, lottery players don't necessarily get smarter with experience. Wait... you mean everyone here HASN'T won 7 or more jackpots??? Texas United States Member #86155 January 30, 2010 1178 Posts Offline  Posted: June 3, 2012, 9:31 pm - IP Logged "To me even hitting a str8 for 10K would be considered a jackpot. ....thats why i suppose box is a good idea " If that's the case Bone I'm already a jackpot winner. I have post many times that the best winning strategy is NOT playing and thats why I withheld all my lottery spending and saved up over$16K in a few short years.

Make no mistake, I can still play 2 lines on every draw and only spend $520. in 5 years. We have a computer programmer here who simulated 175,000 lines per draw and GAVE UP because it was such a loosing proposition. So much for "winning systems" better save your money J. If he cant get it done with 1.4 million per month, what is a$400. a month systematization goin ta doo???

Regarding your last three sentences...this is why I've maintained my position of playing the least as possible within reason. A person can sit down and come up with all those combinations which will look very, very good on a computer screen. In the end, it's still only a drop in the bucket for the total amount of combinations in the game. This, and, the fact that (1) number stands between winning or losing it all...which I'm basing on matching (5) numbers for the $200K+ prize. Miss that fifth number and bye-bye$175K for a single draw...literally. On the other hand, the winning combination just could be in the mix of 'em...who knows?

I'd much rather be very, very lucky with a little and win than very, very foolish with a lot and lose.

L.L.

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 Posted: June 4, 2012, 1:23 am - IP Logged

If it were possible (and I'm skeptical, of course!), I'd rather find a method that would consistently help me win smaller tier prizes...say somewhere in the $500-$1,000 range.

The theory being that I could stay under the radar a little more than someone who won a multi-million dollar jackpot.

Of course, I wouldn't complain if I won a giant jackpot.  But I'd still be happy to hit smaller tier prizes more frequently.

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