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Canada lottery almanac for 2009 published

Lottery Post Site NewsLottery Post Site News: Canada lottery almanac for 2009 published

MARTINSVILLE, N.J. — For the first time, Canada lottery players can obtain a year's worth of lottery winning numbers for each of the country's games in one book.

Lottery Post 2009 Lottery Results Almanac, Canada Edition (ISBN 978-0-9826272-1-1), available for purchase immediately by publisher Speednet Group, is offered just two weeks after the United States edition of the same title was published.

"Over time these lottery results almanacs will become increasingly important to daily lottery players," says Todd Northrop, the book's author.  "With Web sites and data coming and going on the Internet, maintaining an archival record of results becomes critical for serious players relying on historical lottery data."

"To my knowledge, no other resource like this exists," Northrop added.  "So it was important for me to create a high-quality, accurate book, worthy of collecting and archiving."

At Lottery Post, a community Web Site geared toward daily lottery players, members use the lottery results almanacs to reference past winning numbers, as well as chart new possibilties for upcoming draws.  It is not uncommon for players in one country, state, or province to use past numbers from another area in their systems and calculations.

"You have compiled information in this book that will help people all over that play the lottery and for anyone who might be interested in learning what could help them win, or just play the game," said Lottery Post member "Lucky".  "I personally like to use it for a quick reference."

"Well worth the purchase price," added Lottery Post member "jrosina".  "It will more than pay for itself."

The new edition covers all official government lottery games played in Canada during the year 2009.  In addition to a listing of all the winning numbers, each game is described, including drawing schedule, game number matrix, drawing method, online links, and other pertinent notes.

Northrop plans future almanac editions from year-to-year, and cautions interested buyers not to wait before picking up a copy of each edition.

"As with any annual publication, if you think you're going to want to own this, don't wait too long to buy it," Northrop said.  "In the publishing industry older volumes are always harder to find than the very latest publications, especially in a long-running series.  People could eventually end up paying a higher price in the secondary market."

Lottery Post 2009 Lottery Results Almanac, Canada Edition, is available for purchase immediately online at www.LotteryResultsAlmanac.com.  The book will also be available for sale at Amazon.com and other online retailers, and is available for book stores to stock through wholesale book distributor Ingram and through Lightning Source.

The United States edition, published in January, is available immediately through Amazon.com and other online and brick-and-mortar retailers, as well as directly through the publisher (books.speednet.biz).

Lottery Post 2009 Lottery Results Almanac, Canada Edition (ISBN 978-0-9826272-1-1)

Lottery Post 2009 Lottery Results Almanac, United States Edition (ISBN 978-0-9826272-0-4)

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Posted: February 10, 2010, 1:46 am - IP Logged

Congrats again, Todd!

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    Posted: February 10, 2010, 2:30 am - IP Logged

    For the un-informed like me...how is this useful?

    Don't the lottery websites have all winning numbers?

    "...a chance to push everything aside, the circumstances that've controlled our lives, and do it our way now. Good, bad or otherwise. You'll maybe get lost in it, tied up in it a little bit, but if you work your way through that the real you shows up, I think. Maybe what's at your core deep down, maybe that comes out. Maybe that's what it's about." Mike Pace 

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      Posted: February 11, 2010, 8:55 am - IP Logged

      For the un-informed like me...how is this useful?

      Don't the lottery websites have all winning numbers?

      For the same reason books are selling more than ever:  many people prefer the printed page over a computer screen.  When your computer is out or when a web site is not available, or when your hard drive crashes, or when you accidentally delete a file, what then?  It pays to have an archival reference of each year's results for many reasons.

      I also love the ability to quickly look up game information, which I find quicker that clicking around on the site.  For example, when I need to find a drawing time or drawing days for a game, or when I need to lookup the number matrix for a game, I just flip to the state and there it is.  Much quicker and more handy.

       

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        Posted: February 11, 2010, 12:43 pm - IP Logged

        congratulations todd im sure it will be very usefull to all lottery players with your book

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          Posted: February 11, 2010, 6:35 pm - IP Logged

          Okay. I can see how that could be useful.

          However, book sales have been in steady decline for years.

          "...a chance to push everything aside, the circumstances that've controlled our lives, and do it our way now. Good, bad or otherwise. You'll maybe get lost in it, tied up in it a little bit, but if you work your way through that the real you shows up, I think. Maybe what's at your core deep down, maybe that comes out. Maybe that's what it's about." Mike Pace 

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            Posted: February 11, 2010, 8:26 pm - IP Logged

            Okay. I can see how that could be useful.

            However, book sales have been in steady decline for years.

            I haven't seen any such statistic about book sales declining.  In fact, with big sites like Amazon.com selling so many books, it is my understanding that book sales have never been higher.  Don't you buy books?

             

            Check the State Lottery Report Card
            What grade did your lottery earn?

             

            Sign the Petition for True Lottery Drawings
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              Posted: February 12, 2010, 11:11 pm - IP Logged

              Article in NY Times.

              "...a chance to push everything aside, the circumstances that've controlled our lives, and do it our way now. Good, bad or otherwise. You'll maybe get lost in it, tied up in it a little bit, but if you work your way through that the real you shows up, I think. Maybe what's at your core deep down, maybe that comes out. Maybe that's what it's about." Mike Pace 

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                Posted: February 13, 2010, 8:27 pm - IP Logged

                Congrats again on another book Todd!!!! Thumbs Up