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I like the idea of developing a system to help me win a jackpot.  The knowledge that such a system is impossible can not deter me.  I am one of those people who know that what I feel is more correct than what I know.  Having said that, let us begin.

Which game to play; that is the question.  Pick 3 has odds of 1 to 1000.  Pick 4 has odds of 1 to 10,000.  Pick 5 has odds of 1 to 575,757.  Powerball/Mega Millions has odds of 1 to impossible. 

Putting odds aside for the moment, let's look at the jackpots.  In P3, I could win $500 if I were to pick the 3 correct numbers.  P4 would give me $5000.  So what are my chances of picking the correct number sequence?  My chances are zero; your chances might be different.  I know my life and my life experiences tell me that I will never pick the right combination without a whole lot of help ( or luck).  Knowing this I have decided to go for the big money; I wll go for the P5 game.  Then when I do hit, there will be a jackpot worth having.

Right from the get-go, I have to make a decision.  Do I want to reduce the "playing field" to, say, 7 numbers ( or 10, or 20, or 25 numbers)?  This seems to be the right path to follow and so I took; the road less traveled as far as I was concerned.

 Back in 1995, this is the way I went.  I spent three years trying to reduce the playing field to no avail.  No matter what I did there never occurred the first instance of a reduced playing field possessing the five winning numbers.  I substracted three; added two; multiplied by Pi.  I took the first three numbers, summed them, the divided that sum by the sum of the last two numbers.  This gave me a ratio.  I programmed my computer to find all the combination that produced the ratio I thought would appear in the next draw.  Forty reams of paper later, I realized there was no way to predict with any degree of certainty the future ratio.  So I went back to the drawing board.

I learned a lot from those three years.  I learned there is no mathmatical way to determine what the next draw will bring.  I learned the true meaning of the word "random".  I learned that only fools think they can develop a system to win the lottory.  Being such a fool, I continued on.

 

 

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LottoVantageComment by LottoVantage - May 2, 2007, 7:31 am
" Forty reams of paper later, I realized there was no way to predict with any degree of certainty the future ratio."

"I learned there is no mathmatical way to determine what the next draw will bring."

I have proved the first assumption is incorrect, but I absolutely agree with you on your second assumption.

Because of an anomaly in all lottery pool systems, whether it be ball drawn or computer generated, there is a way to reduce the playing field drastically with a high degree of consistancy and accuracy.

After proving this for a period of time right here on LP, I determination to discontinue my freely given efforts due to disbelief and absence of interest.

Why the amount of disbelief and absence of interest? Only one out of a thousand here have enough intestinal fortitude to seriously delve into a process that has proven succesful.

Perplexing, isn't it?

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