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I have been studying the lottery over 15 years now.  During that time I have tried about 50 different algorithyms.  Of course none of them have proven profitable for I am not living in the south of France.  I am  still living in my double-wide with my three cats.

I have my latest going now.  Will it prove to be profitable?  I doubt it.  If history is any guide, it, too, should fail. The question now becomes, "What will surface to destroy my algorithym?".

I am prepared to give this new algorithym a decent try.  Over the next four months I will faithfully collect the data from the Georgia Cash 5 game, record the numbers in my Excel program, and compare the results.  Should tradition hold and my latest algorithym proves faulty, I will not quit.  Thinking about the lottery, about patterns and how they might fit together, is my one and only hobby; well, I do like to eat but that is more of a necessity than a hobby.

So stay tuned.  You will know I have been successful when you no longer read about my exploits on Lottery Post.

Entry #24


time*treatComment by time*treat - May 12, 2012, 3:11 pm
When you get to the end of your rope, tie a knot and hang on. ;-)
Comment by BlueDuck - May 12, 2012, 5:29 pm
   So what kind of success do you have? Can you always get 1 number ever drawing, or 2 numbers every drawing, or 3? I'm hoping to get 3 hits when playing MadDogs MM Challenge for every drawing. If can't do that then will never be able to make money from MM. Thanks, BD
Comment by GASMETERGUY - May 13, 2012, 12:39 am
In the beginning I tried to keep the number of lines to less than 30. Over the years I have been forced to expand that restriction.   Today I am working with 200-400 lines per draw. One would think with that many possibilities the algorithym would produce a winning set every so often. Alas, no such luck.

Last Friday night (May 11, 2012) I had 400 lines. The results were 3 out of five 3 times ($30) and 4/5 twice ($340). While these results may look disappointing, I am trying for the jackpot and nothing less will suffice.
Comment by BlueDuck - May 14, 2012, 7:11 pm
   Your bet is 400 and your return on the bet is 770. Winning!Best luck on your 5/5 hit. Thanks, BD

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