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Analysing The Lottery Partern


Last Edited: December 12, 2008, 10:27 am

I have  been analysing the pennsylvania lottery  for almost two years now, and have notice there is a partern. I used this partern and won the pennsylvania cash5 jackpot last year and almost won it four time this year. I have  been playing quick pick for over seven years and never came close to having three numbers on a line for cash 5 , powerball, match 6, until I stated studying every individual numbers going back ten years of each game. what I discover was not only these numbers where almost constant with certain numbers 85% of the time, but this patern and the numbers are the same in almost all the lotteries in the USA. Check and see what I am talking about. Maybe I made wrong, but I know I am not losing. Everytime I buy a ticket of my own numbers, I buy a quick pick to compare. I always win over the quick pick.

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Comment by GASMETERGUY - December 12, 2008, 8:48 pm
Are you bragging or complaining?
JenemayComment by Jenemay - December 13, 2008, 7:42 am
I am not bragging or complaining. What i am doing is helping others see the light. This game has nothing to do with woking mathamatical theory to finding results, if it was the path , then there will be no lotteries, cause those geeks at M.I.T would have blown this whole system out. Another thing, if the machine were giving winning tickets, then it would have giving a winning tickets everyday with quick pick and there will be no lotteries. The system will lose money and out of business.
Comment by dld1961 - December 14, 2008, 3:36 pm
okay Jenemay, will you elaborate or will this be your secret? God bless and good luck.
JenemayComment by Jenemay - December 15, 2008, 11:54 am
Study every individual number with the surrounding numbers and go from state to state. Example 27= 22,23,25,29,24 or 21) 24=21,14,36,28,27 29 or 36) 11=1,18,13,9 etc

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