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Lotto System Development Simplified

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Posted: January 22, 2013, 5:05 pm - IP Logged
Hello, jimmy, I agree with much that the donald writes, but also we have to see we are trying to find a 100% of a lottery scheme, where in Lottery can only come with holding of 3 to 4 numbers (Lotto 6/40 a) or similar
The rest is random, this is crucial, we provide two pairs of ends
What are 4 numbers, or also dismembered the result of 6 numbers in 15 positions of 4 numbers each, that is a good way to predict 4 numbers and not the 6 numbers,
What is missing after is completed, this is our sin, trying to predict the 6 numbers

"The rest is random,..."

Unless the draws are being made by a computer programmed by larcenous programmers, it's ALL random.

If larceny is involved, do you really think the programmers would do it in a way that would allow anyone other than themselves to know what results to expect?

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    Posted: January 22, 2013, 5:24 pm - IP Logged
    Hello, well, if we're being fooled by sweepstakes, Oh Let's walk in circle, jimmy, beware of google translation, it google, reverses synonyms,
    When I speak the rest is random, I'm referring to the central pair of 40/6
    Yes because after the frequency statistics, the best pairs of each end (the smaller and larger pair) etc. are chosen, can give clues of the missing pair i.e. the random pair,
    The central pair, example after choosing pairs of extremities see couples who haven't came out with them (they are smaller and larger pairs) or random (the central pair pair for delay in position for this to get a very good reduction
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      Posted: January 23, 2013, 1:10 pm - IP Logged
      Hello, jimmy, I agree with much that the donald writes, but also we have to see we are trying to find a 100% of a lottery scheme, where in Lottery can only come with holding of 3 to 4 numbers (Lotto 6/40 a) or similar
      The rest is random, this is crucial, we provide two pairs of ends
      What are 4 numbers, or also dismembered the result of 6 numbers in 15 positions of 4 numbers each, that is a good way to predict 4 numbers and not the 6 numbers,
      What is missing after is completed, this is our sin, trying to predict the 6 numbers

      dr san,

      "...this is our sin, trying to predict the 6 numbers"

      Yes, something may be lost in the translation.  Tell me if I understand what you are suggesting above.

      In several of my very early posts I stated that it was possible to choose selection methods which could "spread out" your winnings with smaller wins over longer periods of time.  For example, if it's your pleasure to buy 10 $1 Pick-3 Straight tickets per day, you have choices for selection:

      1) You could buy 10 identical tickets every day.

      2) You could select 10 different numbers of your own design, or buy 10 Quick Picks.

      Now, if you choose option 1), WHEN you win, you will win big, $5000.  However, you can only expect this to happen every 1000 draws, on average, or about every 3 years.  Choosing option 2), your wins will only be $500, but you can expect to get them 10 times as often, or about every 3 months, on average.  As is often said, "You pays your money and you takes your choice."

      Of course, as I've shown recently with simulations in a thread in the Discussion Forum, because of the deviations caused by the randomness of the process, it is quite possible for individuals to win far more than $5000 over 3 years, purely by chance. (This why we play!)  Unfortunately, it is also possible for individuals to do far worse, as well!

      If this is what you mean in your post above, then I agree with that part of it.  What I do NOT agree with is that any of the 6 numbers can be predicted.

      --Jimmy4164

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        Posted: January 23, 2013, 1:19 pm - IP Logged

        The probability of selecting a winning pair using subsets is: conditional on all the winning numbers being in the subset.

        --RJOh

        Thanks RJOh,

        I'm sure your verbal descriptive summary of my calculations will help many to understand this better.

        --Jimmy4164

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          Posted: January 23, 2013, 1:46 pm - IP Logged
          Hello, jimmy, my intention is to predict, forecast the smaller pairs and couples over a lottery, let's take a lottery 5/39, as example
          Starting from 01 to 14 = we have 91 smaller pairs and 26 to 39 have 91 major pairs
          Getting a number to close betting, goal is to hit 4 of 5 numbers,
          In a lottery can only go up to 60% mathematically 70% the rest on Let's get it right
          Goal is to hit the end of the 39/5, good without a filter we have 91 pairs
          You can create filters for the best pair in late position etc. ... to decrease from 91 to
          Some 15 to 20 pairs, so tambvem with peers, coming to the 15th 20 pairs, then come join the smaller and larger pairs, this falatando a number, is the central number, the pairs can give indications of the number, you can be with the number that never left etc or by other statistics, this will reduce a lot of conbinaçaço in a lottery 5/39
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            Posted: January 23, 2013, 1:57 pm - IP Logged

            Sorry dr san,

            We are NOT on the same page.

            Você não pode tirar sangue de um nabo!

            --Jimmy4164

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              Posted: January 27, 2013, 12:00 pm - IP Logged

              Sorry dr san,

              We are NOT on the same page.

              Você não pode tirar sangue de um nabo!

              --Jimmy4164

              Almost everyone at Lottery Post is on their own page, that's what makes LP so interesting.

              * 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: January 27, 2013, 3:55 pm - IP Logged
                Hello, well, if we're being fooled by sweepstakes, Oh Let's walk in circle, jimmy, beware of google translation, it google, reverses synonyms,
                When I speak the rest is random, I'm referring to the central pair of 40/6
                Yes because after the frequency statistics, the best pairs of each end (the smaller and larger pair) etc. are chosen, can give clues of the missing pair i.e. the random pair,
                The central pair, example after choosing pairs of extremities see couples who haven't came out with them (they are smaller and larger pairs) or random (the central pair pair for delay in position for this to get a very good reduction

                why dont you try the microsoft bing translator?

                maybe it is better?