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Man wins Fla. Lottery jackpot for 7th time

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Posted: September 2, 2010, 9:09 pm - IP Logged

Don't pay tiggs no nevermind, he's nuts.

He's from Kentucky. They don't have any culture up there.

They think Moby Dick is a venereal disease.

They think The Nutcracker is what happens when a gymnast slips on the balance beam.

Cut him some slack, he can't help himself.

Why thank you ridgey..Like tiggs has said before you will always be tiggs "butty wutty"...

 

PS : GOOD LUCK....

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    Posted: September 4, 2010, 1:06 pm - IP Logged

    tiggs95:

     

    I'm going to demonstrate the difference between QP and using a tool to play the lottery in the take-5 forum.  I'll do it for a week, starting tomorrow.  Then we will compare the results and that will solve this luck or skill debate.  If my lottery tool doesn't do any better than the QP, I'll concede to your logical stance.  However, if the QP proves to be faulty in comparison, it is you who must concede.

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      Posted: September 5, 2010, 4:25 pm - IP Logged

      I won nj Cash-5 (5 of 5) in 2002, and a few years ago 4 of 5 (using a different algorithm).. I will have to look into this see if FL games or any games can be systemized. I would sell my prg. only if it proves  to make profit. I don't know how many he played to win that many. I would certainly want to buy the prg. the problem is if it gives the same #s to everyone then when you DO win you will share with many people. My 2002 win was 1/10th of what the usual minimum Cash-5 prize is. One of my methods will give everyone different numbers so if I am going to share for free that will be the one.

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        Slayer,

        Excellent point. I'm sure lottery officials won't delve too deeply into the gambling history of this man.  Our casinos here in Sacramento display billboard photos of "Marney Twoddlesnort" beaming as she clutches her winnings, but they NEVER discuss how much she lost before hitting the jackpot (My private joke, if I ever do win the lottery, will sound like this:

         

        Announcer........"How do you feel about winning 50 million dollars in the lottery?"

        Me...................."Well,  I FINALLY broke even!")


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          Posted: September 5, 2010, 5:49 pm - IP Logged

          LCKYLARY

           

          ( I don't know how many he played to win that many )

           

          If your talking about combinations it's about 90  he  would fill out 30 game slips and play them multiple times  changing numbers when necessary.How many combos does your  program  generate?? and  do you plan on  selling it or making it available??? I prefer using software for  the harder games like  Pick-5/6

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            Posted: September 5, 2010, 6:22 pm - IP Logged

            tiggs95:

             

            I'm going to demonstrate the difference between QP and using a tool to play the lottery in the take-5 forum.  I'll do it for a week, starting tomorrow.  Then we will compare the results and that will solve this luck or skill debate.  If my lottery tool doesn't do any better than the QP, I'll concede to your logical stance.  However, if the QP proves to be faulty in comparison, it is you who must concede.

            Let tiggs know what happens..tiggs brain is rusty and don't like to try to figure stuff out..

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              Okay folks I'm here too share my TRUE thoughts on his system after recieving it in the mail a few days ago (thank goodness I didn't pay for it) first of all it's a LUCK  based system it  has absolutely nothing to do with using a  strategy of any kind too  pick numbers.His method is based on PURCHASING tickets NOT picking numbers because he says you can use any numbers you choose personally.The key too his method is spending at least $50-$100 he does  not  recommend buying quick-picks but too select your  own numbers however you want and maybe changing the numbers around  for the  ones that did not hit.You could basically use his method  for buying  $50-$100 worth of quick-picks and get  the  same results so  if you  were expecting (like I WAS) some new way of picking  numbers  don't even bother but if you can  afford  too purchase $50-$100 worth of tickets full of personally chosen numbers then you can do that on your own  without any instructions.He did win the  amounts and many times  as he said but it was all "LUCK" because a lot of time went by between hits he does  not win weekly or monthly.Now for the scracth-offs he may have won more often then with the online games but that's pure LUCK as well cause there is no player interaction other than buying the scracth off tickets of your choice.Anyway I will continue buying  systems from Steve Player  and One too Won at least they aren't based on luck like  this method and don't  require buying $50-$100 worth of tickets plus I HAVE purchased systems from them for the  same price ($40) and got a lot of helpful ideas from them. "THANKS  FOR YOUR TIME"

              After watching his video ... my first thoughts were he was a  intuitive (for lack of a better word).Lucky ..Smile

                 
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