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Some new results on some old techniques.
No problem and your welcome. It won't take long if they have an excel download there. I just did a complete game history DL here and use it. I wouldn't even know how to begin starting something like this for the 5 or 6 draws. Don't know where this idea came from to be honest. It just came to me. All my 5 and 6 game workouts are about 20 books worth of material and are nothing like this. They track everything that the balls can do. I'm kinda waiting on a big win with them before putting them o
Mar 12, 2013, 12:14 am - Greenfox - Mathematics Forum

Who has better odds of hitting 3 of 5 ?
Oh, sorry to hear that Lucky...... Perhaps your luck was working in reverse that day as the more seasoned lottery LP members have pointed out it would be more difficult to NOT get a small win with so many tickets that perhaps you could consider NOT winning a very big win and try your luck again...... Perhaps???
Nov 11, 2012, 1:06 pm - Ronnie316 - Mathematics Forum

Interest In Backtesting and Simulating Lottery Systems
I think what Jimmy may be trying to say, is regardless of whether or not there is a system involved, there are going to be few big winners and many more losers. However, when someone wins big and claims it is the result of a sysem, the win appears to prove that the system really produces results when in reality, it is all still just a random outcome.
Apr 21, 2011, 11:33 am - ameriken - Mathematics Forum

Applications of Probability and Statistics
(Warning: Tissues may be needed - this is a tear jerker!) Fewer and fewer of these less than random events exist and the main reason is that people post them. This is an astute observation. I've found it to be very, very true in the stock markets and at the racetracks, just not in the lotteries. RL-RANDOMLOGIC, If your system really does work, I'm afraid you may be too late with your warning. You've been posting various proprietary aspects of your system throughout 2010, and even into
Feb 20, 2011, 11:09 pm - jimmy4164 - Mathematics Forum

help please with figuring out
Littleoldlady, you're right about the losing tickets. I save all my tickets in the dvent I do have a big win. At the end of the tax year I throw them out and start over again.
Sep 20, 2004, 5:29 pm - elaine - Mathematics Forum

RNG computer program
Sorry I fail to see the difference between RNG and a game of odds ( unless the RNG is rigged then it's different). There was a time when I thought that if you flip a coin many times in row and it's all heads, then the next flip is more likely to be a tail. This is false however, flipping a coin will always give you a 50/50 odds of heads or tails. RNG produce similar results to a game of odds. So that each game does not depend on previous games. Just like a coin flipping (unless it's rig
Apr 9, 2019, 10:25 pm - cddvd - Mathematics Forum

Mathematics and the Lottery
I am currently using a method that I developed using certain time frames on the calendar to detect patterns . I have found that to accurately guess at least 3 numbers right on the WA state lotto, that I have to review the numbers chosen and find where certain numbers are drawn together using a calendar. It usually works and I usually have at least 5, if not all the numbers chosen within my lotto picks. The only problem is to combine them accurately enough to score a big win. I also believe that
Jan 19, 2015, 4:15 pm - paperwaterink - Mathematics Forum

Lotto Winner Promises
Not sure why this is in the Mathemetics section... I went with don't know, don't care ; I don't follow the exploits of lottery winners at all, so I wouldn't know. I'm aware that a lot of people here are into that Lottery Changed My Life show, but personally I couldn't care less about what people do after their big win.
Apr 25, 2012, 9:41 pm - mediabrat - Mathematics Forum

How many of you if you had the time will study Probability just for fun
Stew12 , did you think that was funny or were you making fun of me and my poor attempt at a joke ? It was my understanding that this was a forum for people to get to know each other and one's sense of humor is a very great part of the whole person . IF my attempt at a joke and a bit of fun caused anyone to lose out on a win , I apologize and will make sure and call the Fat Girl and apologize to her too . You can get too serious you know and nothing, even a big win and all that money can buy you
Jul 11, 2008, 2:51 am - BUCK6 - Mathematics Forum

Mathematical Sequences
Hypersoniq,I got chills reading your response to Yourwrong. It's sooooo much fun being here and trying to figure the game. Hmmm! I do believe that a big winner will come from Lottery Post someday. I brag on the site all the time to my friends at work, and try to encourage those that play the lottery to join in as well. I haven't been able to get them to bite yet. I guess they are gamblers/quickpickers while we are players. Whew, hew! Let's win some money! If it ain't dollars it don't mak
May 21, 2004, 10:22 pm - OpenMinded - Mathematics Forum

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