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"KYFLOYD"

Yes your  absolutely  correct a SYSTEM is only a tool and not everyone has the  know how/skill  too use them I know players that have won money  using steve  player systems and other  people that had the same  system couldn't  get it  too  work.I  use software mostly and  won several times  using a program called  "P34LOTTO" some  members in here had the same program and were  not able  too hit the numbers with it even after I shared my particular strategy for  using  it.

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    My wife's boss consistently wins as much as her salary each year playing slots !

    She just plays .......... no system .......... her husband losses !

    My biggest win was $100 a few years ago ........... oh well ........... I play for fun, usually $1 or $2 a week ........... if I win ............ Woo Hoo !

    I have learned how NOT to spend by watching the news about Government Spending ........... so if I win, I will not be like our "beloved" politicians !

    US Flag a certain former Governor is "stupid", but her state is one of the 3 or 4 solvent States !?!?!?!?!? WE THE PEOPLE !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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      "RDGRNR"

      I tried intelligent play, taking the time to analyze and study the numbers using strategies, systems and software to come up with the most likely numbers that could be drawn.

      I wasn't very lucky with it though.

       

      And I use to play quick-picks and  lucky numbers and  NEVER  won a dime until  I switched my method of play and starting  winning not  everyday because I play for fun not too make a living but  using system,software and strategies  worked for me but  that  doesn't mean it will work for  everyone the  same goes for quick-picks

      At least using some kind of strategy to chose your numbers can't hurt since all combinations supposedly have a chance of being drawn.  I've noticed in other lotteries that ran long enough without a matrix change to draw at least 0.1% of their possible combinations, some combinations will repeat which leads me to think some combinations are more likely to come up.  Game like MegaMillions and PowerBalls have never ran that long without a matrix change but most successful pick5 and pick6 games have so it's possible some one might have developed a strategy that gives them advantage when playing those games.

       * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
         
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        Currently writing book that will explain his method of play

        An Orlando man is having a streak of incredible lottery luck.

        Richard Lustig just cashed in on a winning Fantasy 5 ticket worth nearly $100,000. It's the seventh time he's won a lottery grand prize and he told WFTV he plans to keep on playing.

        "You can win and I've proven it," Lustig told WFTV.

        Lustig said he had a special method to how he plays the lottery, but would not reveal his secret.

        "I can't just give it away. I have it printed out and I have been selling it to people."

        Lustig, who owns an entertainment company in Orlando, bought the winning Fantasy 5 ticket at the Publix on Town Center Boulevard. He says he's been perfecting his method of playing the lottery for years.

        "My very first grand prize was just over 17 years ago, two weeks after my son was born," he said.

        In 2008, Lustig hit the Fantasy 5 jackpot, winning more than $73,000. Six years earlier, he walked away with nearly $843,000 while playing Mega Money.

        Lustig is writing a book about how he's been able to win so many times, but now he says he will have to change the title.

        "We had '6- time lottery grand prize winner,' and we just scratched it out because, as of this week, it's now seven," he said.

        Lustig said he did buy lottery tickets every day, but would not say how many or what kind. He says he's also won thousands of small prizes while playing the lottery.

        http://media.lpimg.com/2010081402.mp4

        Yes you can give it away.  But you choose not to because you are a businessman who wants to sell something for a profit.  Your system obviously has no guarantees otherwise you could just keep it to yourself and continue winning a guaranteed income.  If your argument is you want to help people by sharing it with others, than you could just give it away.  You have decided your system is not making enough money for you, therefore you have decided to sell it.


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          Yes you can give it away.  But you choose not to because you are a businessman who wants to sell something for a profit.  Your system obviously has no guarantees otherwise you could just keep it to yourself and continue winning a guaranteed income.  If your argument is you want to help people by sharing it with others, than you could just give it away.  You have decided your system is not making enough money for you, therefore you have decided to sell it.

           

          So when did you  interview him too find all of this out??? "No" he doesn't have too give it away and when you see how much he's selling it for he won't get FILTHY rich that way he has won more money from playing then he would from selling a  $40 system.PLAYERS in this forum spend more than that in lottery games it does have some sort of guarantee because he's not the  only person that has profited from using it  friends and family have won money so he's  selling it because it DOES  work if it didn't it wouldn't  make sense for  him too do so.GUARANTEE what kind of proof  do you need that it has  guaranteed winners??? I've been too his site,saw his interviews and read a post on from a personal friend that has seen this system himself he never said  anything as far as I could tell about wanting too help others but obviously he does wanna share it  with people  or  else he wouldn't make it available.If  I had a winning  system like his I wouldn't just give it away either I would sell it for  $20-$30 which isn't a lot I've seen other systems sold by professional system developers that are MUCH more  than $40 and I would have too disagree with you on your assumption that he's selling it because he's not making enough by using it.Have you paid  any  attention too the amounts he's won?? even with the Mega-Money hit in 2002 "over $800,000" that's MORE  than enough money in fact if you manage money properly you could even quit your job if  your a single  person  "I WOULD" plus you forget he OWNS an entertainment  business.Look if your gonna put down  what he's doing FINE but at least know what your talking about first otherwise  you just loook like  some disgruntled player upset cause you haven't won much yourself.

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            Yes you can give it away.  But you choose not to because you are a businessman who wants to sell something for a profit.  Your system obviously has no guarantees otherwise you could just keep it to yourself and continue winning a guaranteed income.  If your argument is you want to help people by sharing it with others, than you could just give it away.  You have decided your system is not making enough money for you, therefore you have decided to sell it.

            Are you one of those lottery players who think other players should spend time developing strategies and software for playing lotteries and then set up a website to offer the fruits of their labor for free to anyone who wants it?  Have you ever done anything like that yourself?

             * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
               
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              Good Point!!! Nothing in life  is  free  except  welfare and  Mr.Lutgi  isn't into that


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                At least using some kind of strategy to chose your numbers can't hurt since all combinations supposedly have a chance of being drawn.  I've noticed in other lotteries that ran long enough without a matrix change to draw at least 0.1% of their possible combinations, some combinations will repeat which leads me to think some combinations are more likely to come up.  Game like MegaMillions and PowerBalls have never ran that long without a matrix change but most successful pick5 and pick6 games have so it's possible some one might have developed a strategy that gives them advantage when playing those games.

                RJOh,

                You're getting close!

                "...some combinations will repeat which leads me to think some combinations are more likely to come up."

                Think about your above statement while reading the entire section labeled "Demonstration" in this article.

                You may experience an "Ah Hah!" moment!

                http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Illusion_of_control

                --Jimmy4164

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                  RJOh,

                  You're getting close!

                  "...some combinations will repeat which leads me to think some combinations are more likely to come up."

                  Think about your above statement while reading the entire section labeled "Demonstration" in this article.

                  You may experience an "Ah Hah!" moment!

                  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Illusion_of_control

                  --Jimmy4164

                  I read the article you linked in your reply and didn't experience an "Ah Hah" moment.  I guess when two people view the same information you have two different experiences.  When its come to lotteries, the only experiences that count are the ones that include winning a lottery jackpot.

                   * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
                     
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                    Currently writing book that will explain his method of play

                    An Orlando man is having a streak of incredible lottery luck.

                    Richard Lustig just cashed in on a winning Fantasy 5 ticket worth nearly $100,000. It's the seventh time he's won a lottery grand prize and he told WFTV he plans to keep on playing.

                    "You can win and I've proven it," Lustig told WFTV.

                    Lustig said he had a special method to how he plays the lottery, but would not reveal his secret.

                    "I can't just give it away. I have it printed out and I have been selling it to people."

                    Lustig, who owns an entertainment company in Orlando, bought the winning Fantasy 5 ticket at the Publix on Town Center Boulevard. He says he's been perfecting his method of playing the lottery for years.

                    "My very first grand prize was just over 17 years ago, two weeks after my son was born," he said.

                    In 2008, Lustig hit the Fantasy 5 jackpot, winning more than $73,000. Six years earlier, he walked away with nearly $843,000 while playing Mega Money.

                    Lustig is writing a book about how he's been able to win so many times, but now he says he will have to change the title.

                    "We had '6- time lottery grand prize winner,' and we just scratched it out because, as of this week, it's now seven," he said.

                    Lustig said he did buy lottery tickets every day, but would not say how many or what kind. He says he's also won thousands of small prizes while playing the lottery.

                    http://media.lpimg.com/2010081402.mp4

                    A friend of mine just shared Lustig's $40 booklet. The first 5 or 6 pages are devoted to title, contents and dedications. The rest of the pages are typed in CAPS with a lot of free space. The whole thing could have fit on 3 regular typed pages. He states he NEVER changes the numbers on his cards (so if he hit a 4 out of 5 on Fantasy he will not change numbers?) The odds of hitting those same numbers are astronomical. Why play them again? His system? he uses 10 filled out cards (for what game?) and puts sequential numbers on the back of each card and then rotates cards after winning or losing. He starts out again with $100.

                    Pick ANY NUMBERS he states with no explanation. He also advises MAILING your losing scratch off tickets to Lottery Headquarters for second chance drawings. Entering second chance drawings on line makes more sense to me where you have a record of your tickets. He goes on in a few more pages to describe what you can to check numbers - that information is available for free on the Florida Lottery website. Like check the numbers on your cards to make sure they did not win a jackpot before. Hello? On scatch offs he suggests buying a full book so you have a chance of winning the high prize in the full book. He cautions using the Extra Play for a buck, example illustrated: if you buy 30 tickets and lose, it only cost you $30 - if you bought 30 tickets with the Extra Play and lost, it would cost you $60 (I never knew that) But if you win with the Extra, it was worth the cost he explains.

                    The funniest thing I read was his advice about having to stand in a long line to buy tickets, he says- buy them in the morning or when nobody is around. GREAT INFO! Plus there is a numerical error when he calculates buying more tickets from winning tickets.

                    He did win a BIG Mega Money pot yearsago and I congratulate him for that. He mentions winnig GRAND prizes and many other prizes. What were they, besides a couple of split Fantasy's, a scratch off, the Meag Money and two trips? I would like to know how much in total prize money he won over the years. And truthfully say how much money he spent over the years to win what he did.

                    People win millions and millions using quick picks. He never mentions quick picks in his booklet. There's a lot left out. In my opinion he is a promoter, promoting himself - selling $40 booklets - maybe trying to be a guest on talk shows - appearances.

                    I learned absolutely nothing from his booklet, and my friend learned how to quickly lose $40. I wishI knew how to put this on Google, so people can read about the great system and save the $40. Thanks for the long read.

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                      A friend of mine just shared Lustig's $40 booklet. The first 5 or 6 pages are devoted to title, contents and dedications. The rest of the pages are typed in CAPS with a lot of free space. The whole thing could have fit on 3 regular typed pages. He states he NEVER changes the numbers on his cards (so if he hit a 4 out of 5 on Fantasy he will not change numbers?) The odds of hitting those same numbers are astronomical. Why play them again? His system? he uses 10 filled out cards (for what game?) and puts sequential numbers on the back of each card and then rotates cards after winning or losing. He starts out again with $100.

                      Pick ANY NUMBERS he states with no explanation. He also advises MAILING your losing scratch off tickets to Lottery Headquarters for second chance drawings. Entering second chance drawings on line makes more sense to me where you have a record of your tickets. He goes on in a few more pages to describe what you can to check numbers - that information is available for free on the Florida Lottery website. Like check the numbers on your cards to make sure they did not win a jackpot before. Hello? On scatch offs he suggests buying a full book so you have a chance of winning the high prize in the full book. He cautions using the Extra Play for a buck, example illustrated: if you buy 30 tickets and lose, it only cost you $30 - if you bought 30 tickets with the Extra Play and lost, it would cost you $60 (I never knew that) But if you win with the Extra, it was worth the cost he explains.

                      The funniest thing I read was his advice about having to stand in a long line to buy tickets, he says- buy them in the morning or when nobody is around. GREAT INFO! Plus there is a numerical error when he calculates buying more tickets from winning tickets.

                      He did win a BIG Mega Money pot yearsago and I congratulate him for that. He mentions winnig GRAND prizes and many other prizes. What were they, besides a couple of split Fantasy's, a scratch off, the Meag Money and two trips? I would like to know how much in total prize money he won over the years. And truthfully say how much money he spent over the years to win what he did.

                      People win millions and millions using quick picks. He never mentions quick picks in his booklet. There's a lot left out. In my opinion he is a promoter, promoting himself - selling $40 booklets - maybe trying to be a guest on talk shows - appearances.

                      I learned absolutely nothing from his booklet, and my friend learned how to quickly lose $40. I wishI knew how to put this on Google, so people can read about the great system and save the $40. Thanks for the long read.

                      Well, it is a system, it is his system, and he has won many jackpots using his system over many years.  No where did he say you had to like his system.

                      Jimmy


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                        I totally agree!!!

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                          A friend of mine just shared Lustig's $40 booklet. The first 5 or 6 pages are devoted to title, contents and dedications. The rest of the pages are typed in CAPS with a lot of free space. The whole thing could have fit on 3 regular typed pages. He states he NEVER changes the numbers on his cards (so if he hit a 4 out of 5 on Fantasy he will not change numbers?) The odds of hitting those same numbers are astronomical. Why play them again? His system? he uses 10 filled out cards (for what game?) and puts sequential numbers on the back of each card and then rotates cards after winning or losing. He starts out again with $100.

                          Pick ANY NUMBERS he states with no explanation. He also advises MAILING your losing scratch off tickets to Lottery Headquarters for second chance drawings. Entering second chance drawings on line makes more sense to me where you have a record of your tickets. He goes on in a few more pages to describe what you can to check numbers - that information is available for free on the Florida Lottery website. Like check the numbers on your cards to make sure they did not win a jackpot before. Hello? On scatch offs he suggests buying a full book so you have a chance of winning the high prize in the full book. He cautions using the Extra Play for a buck, example illustrated: if you buy 30 tickets and lose, it only cost you $30 - if you bought 30 tickets with the Extra Play and lost, it would cost you $60 (I never knew that) But if you win with the Extra, it was worth the cost he explains.

                          The funniest thing I read was his advice about having to stand in a long line to buy tickets, he says- buy them in the morning or when nobody is around. GREAT INFO! Plus there is a numerical error when he calculates buying more tickets from winning tickets.

                          He did win a BIG Mega Money pot yearsago and I congratulate him for that. He mentions winnig GRAND prizes and many other prizes. What were they, besides a couple of split Fantasy's, a scratch off, the Meag Money and two trips? I would like to know how much in total prize money he won over the years. And truthfully say how much money he spent over the years to win what he did.

                          People win millions and millions using quick picks. He never mentions quick picks in his booklet. There's a lot left out. In my opinion he is a promoter, promoting himself - selling $40 booklets - maybe trying to be a guest on talk shows - appearances.

                          I learned absolutely nothing from his booklet, and my friend learned how to quickly lose $40. I wishI knew how to put this on Google, so people can read about the great system and save the $40. Thanks for the long read.

                           I wish I knew how to put this on Google, so people can read about the great system and save the $40.

                          His report is copyrighted so you couldn't post it without his permission.  You might not like the fact that he can make money off his work(no matter how little) but that is his right.

                          A friend of mine just shared Lustig's $40 booklet. The first 5 or 6 pages are devoted to title, contents and dedications.

                          The first six pages of his report were on his website for everyone to see before they ordered the whole report.  If any one thought those pages used a lot space for so little information then they could chose not to order the whole report to get the other twenty pages.

                          His book, if he ever write it, will probably have more words even if it doesn't have more information.

                          Thanks for the review.

                           * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
                             
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                            Yes you can give it away.  But you choose not to because you are a businessman who wants to sell something for a profit.  Your system obviously has no guarantees otherwise you could just keep it to yourself and continue winning a guaranteed income.  If your argument is you want to help people by sharing it with others, than you could just give it away.  You have decided your system is not making enough money for you, therefore you have decided to sell it.

                             

                            So when did you  interview him too find all of this out??? "No" he doesn't have too give it away and when you see how much he's selling it for he won't get FILTHY rich that way he has won more money from playing then he would from selling a  $40 system.PLAYERS in this forum spend more than that in lottery games it does have some sort of guarantee because he's not the  only person that has profited from using it  friends and family have won money so he's  selling it because it DOES  work if it didn't it wouldn't  make sense for  him too do so.GUARANTEE what kind of proof  do you need that it has  guaranteed winners??? I've been too his site,saw his interviews and read a post on from a personal friend that has seen this system himself he never said  anything as far as I could tell about wanting too help others but obviously he does wanna share it  with people  or  else he wouldn't make it available.If  I had a winning  system like his I wouldn't just give it away either I would sell it for  $20-$30 which isn't a lot I've seen other systems sold by professional system developers that are MUCH more  than $40 and I would have too disagree with you on your assumption that he's selling it because he's not making enough by using it.Have you paid  any  attention too the amounts he's won?? even with the Mega-Money hit in 2002 "over $800,000" that's MORE  than enough money in fact if you manage money properly you could even quit your job if  your a single  person  "I WOULD" plus you forget he OWNS an entertainment  business.Look if your gonna put down  what he's doing FINE but at least know what your talking about first otherwise  you just loook like  some disgruntled player upset cause you haven't won much yourself.

                            I didn't have to interview him to find it out.  If he was making this report available for the common good of lottery players he could simply make it available at no charge.  the only thing preventing him from giving it away is himself.  It's his system, if he wants to give it away, he can just give it away!  But he's not because he wants money.  It's the same reason he played/plays the lottery, he wants money!  And just because others have profited doesn't mean that you or I will profit from it.  And if he wants to share it with others he wouldn't be charging for it.  Sharing is giving something to someone without getting something back(like money, or something else of value)  Charging people money for a product or service is not sharing, it is being a businessman, a capitalist.  He was not being truhful when he said I can't just give it away.  If he was being  honest he would say "I could just give it away, but I choose not to".  At least then I could respect him for being honest.

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                              A friend of mine just shared Lustig's $40 booklet. The first 5 or 6 pages are devoted to title, contents and dedications. The rest of the pages are typed in CAPS with a lot of free space. The whole thing could have fit on 3 regular typed pages. He states he NEVER changes the numbers on his cards (so if he hit a 4 out of 5 on Fantasy he will not change numbers?) The odds of hitting those same numbers are astronomical. Why play them again? His system? he uses 10 filled out cards (for what game?) and puts sequential numbers on the back of each card and then rotates cards after winning or losing. He starts out again with $100.

                              Pick ANY NUMBERS he states with no explanation. He also advises MAILING your losing scratch off tickets to Lottery Headquarters for second chance drawings. Entering second chance drawings on line makes more sense to me where you have a record of your tickets. He goes on in a few more pages to describe what you can to check numbers - that information is available for free on the Florida Lottery website. Like check the numbers on your cards to make sure they did not win a jackpot before. Hello? On scatch offs he suggests buying a full book so you have a chance of winning the high prize in the full book. He cautions using the Extra Play for a buck, example illustrated: if you buy 30 tickets and lose, it only cost you $30 - if you bought 30 tickets with the Extra Play and lost, it would cost you $60 (I never knew that) But if you win with the Extra, it was worth the cost he explains.

                              The funniest thing I read was his advice about having to stand in a long line to buy tickets, he says- buy them in the morning or when nobody is around. GREAT INFO! Plus there is a numerical error when he calculates buying more tickets from winning tickets.

                              He did win a BIG Mega Money pot yearsago and I congratulate him for that. He mentions winnig GRAND prizes and many other prizes. What were they, besides a couple of split Fantasy's, a scratch off, the Meag Money and two trips? I would like to know how much in total prize money he won over the years. And truthfully say how much money he spent over the years to win what he did.

                              People win millions and millions using quick picks. He never mentions quick picks in his booklet. There's a lot left out. In my opinion he is a promoter, promoting himself - selling $40 booklets - maybe trying to be a guest on talk shows - appearances.

                              I learned absolutely nothing from his booklet, and my friend learned how to quickly lose $40. I wishI knew how to put this on Google, so people can read about the great system and save the $40. Thanks for the long read.

                              Skeptic, thanks for posting this.  It sucks that you lost but to put a happy face on this consider the 40 dollars you spent a learning experience.  You have gained the knowledge that to win the lottery you need luck, pure and simple.  Although you probably knew you needed luck to begin with.  But this post lets people know that this (and other systems) have no guarantees of winning a jackpot unless you buy all the combinations that can be played.  I think it would have been a better bet to take your 40 dollars and just spend it on quick picks for one draw on one game.  I've read on more than one occasion that 70 percent of all jackpot winners win with quick picks. Not that Qp's are any better than picking your own numbers, but probably because about 70 percent of of lottery players play quick picks, probably because they are too lazy or can't figure out how to pick the numbers or they don't have time, etc.  I just saw here on LP some woman from FL won with 1 QP, no 40 dollar booklet required.

                                 
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