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COMPUTERIZED DRAWING GLITCH STRIKES ARIZONA LOTTERY

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If youre smart youd play key digit straight strategy usng digit 9.


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    If youre smart youd play key digit straight strategy usng digit 9.

    I dont think Im smart, because I dont play pick 3.


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      I dont think Im smart, because I dont play pick 3.

      I agree

        RJOh's avatar - chipmunk
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        I say look for flaws and go in for da kill...... eliminate 1 digit and you eliminate a lot of straight numbers.......

        Thanks arizona. Now im looking to see if any other states using same software has same issues..... I cant believe no one from LP caught that mistake. Maybe someone did and didnt wanna share...

        These types of situations make lottery experts who say looking for patterns in lottery drawings is a waste of time look foolish.  Players who play the same combinations multiple times in the same drawings and win must know or suspect something and it would foolish of them to share with others who aren't willing to spend time looking for such flaws.

         * you don't need to buy every combination, just the winning ones * 

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          I agree

          Finally, someone agrees with me. Green laugh

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            These types of situations make lottery experts who say looking for patterns in lottery drawings is a waste of time look foolish.  Players who play the same combinations multiple times in the same drawings and win must know or suspect something and it would foolish of them to share with others who aren't willing to spend time looking for such flaws.

            it would foolish of them to share with others who aren't willing to spend time looking for such flaws.

            Which is why you shouldn't trust anybody who sell any lottery system. If they really have a system that works, why would they want to share it with you?

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              Yeah, other differences:

              1998:

              Gov. Jane Hull stepped in, refunds offered to players holding Pick 3 tickets with the number 9.

              2013:

              Gov. Jan Brewer? Replacement tickets offered, but only of the same number or QP, no refund, not even credit for a different game?

              They're keeping the money where they want it in 2013..all players might not have won in the problem time
              frame. How many do you think will win on the day their replacement drawing is conducted? How many qp's
              are going to be from a losing pool? They stand to keep more money doing the way they're doing it.
              To be sincere and make things right, they should give the players the 8's and 9's they played plus a quick pick on top of it.
              Wouldn't that be a first? An organization that wants to redeem themselves AND show the people they are willing to make
              things right in ways that do not just favor their own agenda. $$$$$$

              369 1009 1109 1099 110/011/101 

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                These types of situations make lottery experts who say looking for patterns in lottery drawings is a waste of time look foolish.  Players who play the same combinations multiple times in the same drawings and win must know or suspect something and it would foolish of them to share with others who aren't willing to spend time looking for such flaws.

                I Agree! People that say the lottery is completely random and that past results have no bearing on future draws are just ignorant of the real world situation. All lottery drawings are a man made approximatoin of random, not true random like the ideal theoretical. It has been confirmed time and time again to fall short, either due to incompetence or intentional manipulation. While I myself am not a system believer, if people want to go and look for anomalies in lottery drawings, go for it.

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                  I agree.  Sort of like the McDonalds monopily game scandal a few years ago. To gain peoples trust in the game again they decided tongive people free entries in the following edition of the game without having to purchase a meal

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                    COMPUTERIZED DRAWING GLITCH STRIKES ARIZONA LOTTERY

                    This is why it's hard to play computerized gamesMad.  All of Oklahoma games(except Mega & Power) are CGBang Head.

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                      I never said they should do any pre-tests. Where'd you get that? They only do pre-tests to throw people off. I don't think they should do any pretests whatsoever. But they don't listen to me because they have legions of people like you who they know will go along with the program no matter what they do

                      You're saying because you can't catch them in the open, we might as well trust them to do whatever the hell they say they're doing behind the curtain?

                      Yeah ok, that makes a lotta sense.

                      LOL, they love guys like you.

                      I've written a few times on LP before that I don't like computers either. All I'm saying is that they shouldn't do pre tests with balls or computers, that's all.

                      Legions of people like me? Like If I protest, they'll listen to me?

                      Ok, lol

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                        Oh boy, seriously?

                        C'mon, 3 pre-tests and 3 post-tests or more doesn't bother anyone in a ball drawing? It happens everyday. Can you imagine how many people who are eagerly waiting for due numbers to show in the official draw, day after day, only to show in the pre-tests and post-tests? And then finally give up after spending how many dollars?

                        I've seen a number out in the first position longer than 30 or 40 days in a ball drawing, or the second position. But you'll see it show in the third position because of the finagling. Not to mention the juggling of the ball tubes, meaning rotations. On top of that, they have at least 3 sets of machines they use in rotation.

                        So bottom line, once in a blue moon you have a computer glitch and it's the end of the world, yet most ball draws around the country totally screw up the flow of numbers by complex interference as mentioned above every single day, and this doesn't cause a major stir amongst players?

                        I agree onlymoney.  NC is the worst and have even more pre-tests but always manage to come up with an excessive amount of repeats and mimicks computer glitiches with numbers never being drawn with ball draws. We are talking about out of the blue don't play save your money stuff.   I thought I would never say it but I wish NC were computerized at least you will stand a better chance of hitting the numbers that are running.

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                          it would foolish of them to share with others who aren't willing to spend time looking for such flaws.

                          Which is why you shouldn't trust anybody who sell any lottery system. If they really have a system that works, why would they want to share it with you?

                          I agree.


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                            I agree onlymoney.  NC is the worst and have even more pre-tests but always manage to come up with an excessive amount of repeats and mimicks computer glitiches with numbers never being drawn with ball draws. We are talking about out of the blue don't play save your money stuff.   I thought I would never say it but I wish NC were computerized at least you will stand a better chance of hitting the numbers that are running.

                            I agree, can't tell which is worse. lol

                            Just like an LP member wrote a few months ago, it's like starting your car five times a day just to make sure the starter is still working. lol

                            I guarantee you I'd win more often if they just left the dang machines alone.

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                              it would foolish of them to share with others who aren't willing to spend time looking for such flaws.

                              Which is why you shouldn't trust anybody who sell any lottery system. If they really have a system that works, why would they want to share it with you?

                              All the flaws discovered aren't permanent but usually only last a couple of months so even when they are discovered a player only has a short time to take advantage of them.  Most players wouldn't want to constantly change their playing strategies as new flaws are discovered and corrected.

                               * you don't need to buy every combination, just the winning ones * 

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