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Quickpicks: Lottery terminal vs Lottery Post
I just finished a test of quick picks from the lottery terminal and Lottery Post. What I did was play a terminal quick pick and a Lottery Post quick pick side by side for 20 drawings on Louisiana Lotto(6/42 minimum 3 to win) and got some interesting results. The average number of matches per drawing on the terminal quick pick was 0.5 while on the Lottery Post quick pick it was 1.2. In other words, Lottery Post quick picks did better on matching numbers than terminal quick picks. The medi
Oct 20, 2022, 9:41 pm - PrisonerSix - Lottery Discussion Forum

Quickpics MegaMillions: Lottery Post vs Terminal
I just completed another Lottery Post vs Terminal study in which I played Lottery Post quick picks along side of terminal quick picks and here are the results. The average number of white balls matched per drawing for the Lottery Post quick picks was 0.6 while for the Lottery Terminal, it was 0.35 making it appear for matching numbers, Lottery Post might have an advantage. The median for Lottery Post was 0.5 and for the Terminal, it was 0. The Mode, most common number of matches, was 0 for b
Jan 21, 2023, 4:01 pm - PrisonerSix - Lottery Discussion Forum

Lottery Post launches new website
Old desktop, mobile websites retired New unified website is the future of the popular lottery brand Lottery Post Founder Todd Northrop today announced the launch of the new Lottery Post website, unifying the mobile and desktop experience and implementing numerous improvements, while positioning the popular lottery website for the future. In an intense but carefully-orchestrated two-year project, the world's most popular website devoted to official government-run lottery games complet
Aug 14, 2022, 10:16 am - Todd - Lottery News

Preview of new website available for use starting today Complete makeover includes many new features and equal usability on phones, computers By Kate Northrop Lottery Post Founder Todd Northrop today announced a complete rebuild of the popular lottery website, improving the experience for lottery players on all devices and creating a solid foundation for future growth. After two years of design and development, the new Lottery Post website is available starting today as a spec
Jun 24, 2022, 5:09 pm - Todd - Lottery News

Tentatively targeting August 14 to retire this website...
As your screenshots show, the new site does get rid of a lot of extra stuff on the pages, like the hot icons in the forums, etc. In fact, the concept of rating threads from 1-5 stars has been eliminated. Instead, it only maintains the ability to up/down vote individual posts. To be honest, I don't think too many people based decisions on the rating system. Players who do not create their own predictions go where the consistently winning predictors are no matter what the thread rating is. Wh
Aug 6, 2022, 5:38 pm - lottointuitive - Lottery Discussion Forum

Quickpicks Powerball: Lottery Post vs Terminal
I just finished another study of Lottery Post vs Terminal quick picks. Similar to my Louisiana Lotto study, over the course of 20 drawings, I played a terminal quick pick and a Lottery Post quick pick side by side to see what the results would be. One thing that made this study different was I was actually watching 2 sets of numbers, the five white balls and the red Powerball. Here are the results of my study. The average number of white balls matched per drawing was 0.2 for Lottery Post and
Nov 19, 2022, 6:33 pm - PrisonerSix - Lottery Discussion Forum

VIDEO: How to use and navigate the new Lottery Post website
Step through the updated navigation features of the new and improved lottery website By Kate Northrop Lottery Post Founder Todd Northrop today introduced a new tutorial type of video to our YouTube channel highlighting a specific aspect of the Lottery Post website. The first video in this new series covers basic elements of the website and how members and guests can navigate it. After two years of design and development, the new Lottery Post website launched as a special preview in J
Dec 6, 2022, 7:34 pm - Todd - Lottery News

Understanding Log In / Log Off
Lottery Post uses several advanced security measures to ensure that your private information and access to your Lottery Post account remains confidential and secure. Like most membership-type web sites, Lottery Post requires the use of a Username and Password to identify yourself to the system, and gain access to your account. When you are logged in, that means the system recognizes you, and your Web browser will continue to provide access to your membership account, and all the features
Aug 5, 2007, 10:52 am - Todd - Help

Leaving Lottery Post for a Long Time (or Permanently)
We are sometimes asked about closing an account when someone is not planning on returning to Lottery Post for a long time, or ever. There is a procedure to follow, but first a few words about your Lottery Post account. Lottery Post contains a historical record of topics and discussions over the course of many years. During that time, some people have signed up and will continue to be active members for as long as their lottery intrigue is maintained, while other people have come and gon
Apr 6, 2007, 8:13 pm - Todd - Help

Posting an image in a forum message, Blog entry, or for your avatar
One of the most common things that people want to do when posting to the forums or their Blog is to post images. Lottery Post uses a very powerful rich-text editor that looks and feels like a powerful word processor, so when it comes to adding pictures, people naturally try to do so using the same methods that they use in their word processing software. For example, sometimes people find a picture on a web site and click copy , then go into the Lottery Post editor and click paste . Or, m
Mar 31, 2006, 10:21 pm - Todd - Help

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