Systems, Mathematics, Spherical Pyramids
October 29, 2004
|Posted: December 3, 2004, 5:39 pm - IP Logged|
Whatchu talkin' bout Willis?
(remember Different Strokes? lol)
September 28, 2004
|Posted: December 3, 2004, 5:50 pm - IP Logged|
March 24, 2001
|Posted: December 5, 2004, 10:57 am - IP Logged|
Quote: Originally posted by IonSaliu on November 24, 2004
No offence, o wise chaps!
I just browsed through threads and posts related to systems and mathematics. I agree that all humans have a right to and should try at least once. But no more than thrice if the ridicule is obvious. Like system sellers that proclaim We guarantee our system 100%! Youll win better than 1%! How about the dark ages pencil-and-paper in the computer age? How about winning after an infinite number of trials? How about power trails? How about full (fool) wheels? How about root sums uprooted in tornadoes?
I take it that you think there is a better way to pick lottery numbers. What is left and what is it? If you are playing a jackpot game, it only have to be right once in a life time even if you're playing 10 lines per drawings and if you got a system that wins once a year with 20 lines per drawing (1:2080 lines) that's even better.
* you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy winning ones *