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Logycus systems, just public wheels?

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Posted: December 17, 2004, 12:37 am - IP Logged

Hi,

I found a system call Logycus system for 6 of 49 Lotto, I try to find the amazing wheels it generates but can't find nothing, then I investigate in its german page and found some information about the number of tickets the system generate and finally I make my own conclusions:

Analysis:



The Original Lotto Logikus Systems BZ 33/49 © for Lotto 6/49

Conclusion: The wheel (33,6,3,6)=227 but with a 88% cover



The new Lotto Logikus Systems BZ 22/49© for Lotto 6/49 +

Conclusion: the wheel (22,6,3,6)=77



The new Lotto Logikus Systems BZ 26/49© for Lotto 6/49

Conclusion: the wheel (26,6,3,6)=130

Any of the Lotto Logikus wheels is sold separately by $65 dollars each, I don,t know if this are the wheels they are selling because I haven't buy one..

Based on the number of tickets of each system I made my conclusions.. but maybe you have a different opinion and I am totally wrong.

American page: http://www.logikus-systems.com/lg/e/lottogamesystems.htm



German page:

http://www.logikus-systems.com/index.php



El pensamiento ordena el caos..

http://1x2quinielas.blogspot.com

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    Dump Water Florida
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    Posted: December 17, 2004, 1:18 am - IP Logged

    Read over the information again.  They are claiming 88% as good coverage with 33 numbers as playing 49.  They eliminate the numbers from the prior two draws and two dead numbers and hope to have all the winning numbers among their 33 on what should be a 3if6 non-split wheel. 

    Can't say I see anything to get excited about unless I was playing with someone else's money as a pool manager.  BobP

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      Posted: December 17, 2004, 1:29 am - IP Logged

      BobP, you are right, I don't understand german,I put the 88% just imaging what could be its function, thank you for the explanation.

      El pensamiento ordena el caos..

      http://1x2quinielas.blogspot.com