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hosni's avatar - hosni
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Chief, cool, Ill be looking for those wheels.

Maverick, Peters wheels from Sweden supposed to be real good. Give him a looksee.

http://www.algonet.se/~peteros/

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    Platinum John:  Thanks for the link.

     

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      Platinum John:  Thanks for the link.


      You are welcome.

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        hosni, thanx for the link too. If anyone else has information about other good wheels, drop it at LP. I may be a Gail Howard fan, but I am not exclusively stuck on her products

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          Quote: Originally posted by Maverick on January 22, 2005


          hosni, thanx for the link too. If anyone else has information about other good wheels, drop it at LP. I may be a Gail Howard fan, but I am not exclusively stuck on her products



          You are welcome Maverick. Also Joe Roberts of Lottery Director software has some good free wheels,  http://www.ldir.com/

                Platinum John in warm and wonderful Escondido, CA

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            I'm not that close to buying a wheel system, but LottoSync looks good. No offense.

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              I find Gail Howard's Lottery Master Guide to be quite fine in conjunction with the manual to her Advantage Plus software.

              What I find particularly valuable about Gail Howard is that she teaches you to recognize and identify PATTERNS.  Once you get skilled at this, you can apprehend or "anticipate" where the pattern might be for the next drawing.  I have consistently won small prizes using her Chart #4 on the PA 6/38 game as a result.  One small example among many: the 6/38 game averages 1.6 adjacent numbers.  The Chart shows unmistakable patterns.  Even when I use it when I am in a hurry (I work 2 jobs), I do ok.

              I don't have much faith in anybody's wheels because I believe that recognizing number patterns is infintely more valuable, especially in regard to her Chart #4.  I'm not saying wheels are not a valid strategy, just that I prefer developing skill at apprehending and "predicting" or anticipating number patterns.

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                Quote: Originally posted by Greg on January 23, 2005


                I have consistently won small prizes using her Chart #4 on the PA 6/38 game as a result.


                Way to go bro. Hopefully one of those small prizes will pay for the jackpot someday! 
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                  Posted: January 24, 2005, 10:32 am - IP Logged

                  Todd,

                  When and where will the "best" wheels be put on Lottery Post.

                  Also, who will post these wheels?

                  Cheers,

                  Datenda

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                    Posted: January 24, 2005, 10:42 am - IP Logged

                    Thank You

                    Mad ALL IN!Mad

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                      Quote: Originally posted by Datenda on January 24, 2005



                      Todd,

                      When and where will the "best" wheels be put on Lottery Post.

                      Also, who will post these wheels?

                      Cheers,

                      Datenda





                      I have lots of the code completed, but I'm still working on a few things.  I added a few concepts that will extend the time until implementation for another week or two (depending on how much time I can devote to coding over the next week).

                      When I implement the wheels there will be an announcement, which will indicate exactly where to find the wheels.  But I don't think you'll have a problem finding them, because I will have a whole new section of the web site devoted to wheels.

                      In keeping with the rest of Lottery Post, there will be some functionality that is available to everyone, and some functionality accessible by Gold and Platinum (premium) members only.  You can find out more about Gold and Platinum memberships by clicking  Premium Memberships in the left nav area.

                       

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                        The only complaint I have about Gail Howard's wheels is that they are too loose.  You can wind up playing lots of lines and get nothing..however, if u learn to recognize pairs and followers..u can just use any wheel..

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                          Posted: January 29, 2005, 10:30 pm - IP Logged

                          Thanx for the info LOL

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                            Hi Everybody,

                            In a 1/23/05 post (above) I talked about how I use Gail's Chart #4 to pick my numbers.  Well last night in the PA 6/38 (Lucky For Life) game I did it again.  I had the last 4 of the winning six numbers picked using (not a wheel) but this chart! 

                            What the chart shows are patterns and her Lottery Master Guide and manual accompanying the software explain how you can identify and apprehend or approximate those patterns for number selection.  (No, I am not getting a kickback or royalty for every system she sells, in case you are wondering).

                            I've read almost everything Gail Howard has ever written.  Nowhere do I remember reading that she guarantees any jackpots nor that her system is "the best".  Instead, over and over again she illustrates her strategies and techniques with examples.  And unlike the hundreds of people (on and off the net) who are selling THEIR own systems, she is the only one who collects and documents winners who used her strategies (and provided proof) to achieve their win.  (As much as luck is involved, a win is also an achievement in my book!)

                            Is she saying you are guaranteed to win?  No!  Is she saying you WILL win?  No! 

                            But what she is saying is this: one, study what is probable or likely to happen based on what has happened in the game you are playing (as illustrated by Chart #4); two, applying her strategies you can identify what the likely or probable patterns are in the game you play.  That's what I did to pick 4 out of the winning 6 numbers last night.  True, it was "only" a $40. dollar win, but it was thrilling because of the thinking that went into it studying her chart and how that thinking, based on her strategies, confirmed the truth of what the patterns might yield and in this case, did yield.  (Incidentally, I spent no more than 4-6 minutes studying it before I selected my numbers last night).

                            I wish the Gail bashing would stop that I read here.  I get a regular newsletter from a gentleman who has won a lot of money with his numerous systems.  He even shows you his ticket and the check from the state lottery he plays!  God bless him.  But what we are not told is how much money he spent altogether to get his win.  Plus, a lot of his systems are actually wheels that require a large number of tickets to be played.  I'm not knocking him, I'm just saying that that does not work for me or my budget.  I'm not knocking wheeling either but I'm more into patterns because believe it or not, in randomness and chaos there are patterns that emerge, are discernible, and can be "apprehended".  In that sense, picking numbers is a skill that can (and should be) be honed.  That seems to be for me a more efficient use of my time, energy, skill, and money.  But notice I said "for me".  I don't know what works for you!  I'd like to know so I can learn from you.

                            With Gail's chart #4 (not her wheels), I play anywhere from 3-7 tickets at a time.  I obviously haven't won "the big one" yet!  But this pattern business is fun for me.  It makes me think that I'm gonna beat capitalism.  These small wins keep me going.  It's fun.  Besides, although I can't spend a lot of money on tickets, I can't afford NOT to hedge what money I DO spend playing to the probabilities revealed by the patterns.