|Posted: January 18, 2005, 8:02 am - IP Logged|Quote: Originally posted by ty21860 on January 18, 2005
Hey guys i'm kinda of a noob to this site so forgive me if I say something wrong or get on anyone's nerves. I was just wondering what kind of systems anyone used to help them with lottery. I 've been on a couple different sites and used a couple of different programs. I found the programs don't really work at all by just researching the website and comparing # outputs. I did find some pretty cool wheels on a website but I hear that the wheels do more harm than good. I'm just interested to see what kind of systems people use. If you're bored and have a minute let me know
if not hopefully i'll catch anyone later. Thx!!!!!!
My personal experience....there has been no computer program developed that can actually predict winning draws. Most are terrible at it. So I wouldn't put much stock in finding one that outputs anything significant.
It also depends upon what game(s) you play. There are many systems/methods on the forums here that people use and explain (use the "search" feature) that have some validity to them, though don't expect those to work all the time either. But what they do is let you gain some ideas, and then you can adapt and convert those to something you are comfortable with.... it's an ongoing process. The most popular forum may be the Pick 3 forum. That's likely because of all the online games, it does offer the best odds. The odds are still high against the player of course, but you aren't taling millions-to-one against you. The whole idea is not really to pick the winning draw as such, but rather to gain enough information of how the games "act" so that you can reduce the odds against you and do it without spending your paycheck to get it done.
Spend time looking at the various posts. As Justin mentioned, there is a lot of info on Todd's site here. Be willing to put in the time and effort and thinking, and you will gain yourself some valuable tips.
Good luck to you.
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