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Shuffle Those Numbers


So many of the posts here seem to just shuffle the lotto numbers around then call it a predictive system. It's hard for me to fathom that so many people buy into it. If any system is to be other than coincidence it will have to have some, if not most, of its elements linked to the history of that game. Just, one persons opinion.

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Comment by Rip Snorter - December 8, 2005, 5:51 pm
All a matter of definition.

From my perspective a successful predictive system is one that successfully predicts the outcomes of lotteries, as measured by wagers/wins. The success of a system can only be measured by that means and no other. If is loses more than it wins it's not successful. If it wins more than it loses, it's successful to the ratio of wins vs losses. However, by that measure, I'd agree with you. There's not a lot of successful predicting going on in the systems discussed on LP.

Just one persons opinion.


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