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Where are the other LP type sites?


I hear alot of folks refer to using other sites to gets ideas on playing lottery..where are they?

I only ask because I do get bored sometimes here widdling through endless pages of 100 pairs and 1000picks apparently aimed for the' online' bettors mentality.

I would really like to find another site as a secondary where there is less of that.Any direction would be appreciated

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MzDuffleBagladyComment by MzDuffleBaglady - October 7, 2014, 9:31 pm
I have a few that I use.
You can e-mail me :   parkersl2001@aol.com
Good Luck.
Comment by atoz - October 8, 2014, 4:05 pm
Hi MzDufflebaglady......i too would be interested, too much ego here on the predictors....who can afford to play 50 - 100 numbers at a time and listen to brag. I'm a serious player everyday and want to learn techniques and etc of what to look for how to pik. I sent you an email with my email address
ToddComment by Todd - October 8, 2014, 6:53 pm
atoz, nobody is playing 50-100 numbers. People who post long lists do not expect anyone to play them all. They have created a filtered list that you can further refine, by perhaps combining with other lists and/or your own numbers, and finally filter further into a smaller subset to play.

If someone generates a list of 50 combinations that includes a win, OF COURSE it is a good thing. There is nothing wrong with a WTG for having a winner in your list. That would indicate that you're creating a good subset, and therefore there's a chance that you have played the number, if it was included in your final filtered list to play.

You may personally only want to congratulate people who post small sets of numbers. But in order to co-exist with others on a forum, you need to be able to withstand the fact that others do not share your opinion -- and not get upset or frustrated by that.

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