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The Pigskin Challenge for 01-19-05

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kbcherokee -

That is interesting.  I know on some of the other challenges we had all 5 numbers covered between us as well, but I'm not sure how many total numbers were in those picks.  Have you gone back and analyzed any of the other challenges in the past couple of weeks?

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    Quote: Originally posted by plnwebguy on January 20, 2005



    kbcherokee -

    That is interesting.  I know on some of the other challenges we had all 5 numbers covered between us as well, but I'm not sure how many total numbers were in those picks.  Have you gone back and analyzed any of the other challenges in the past couple of weeks?

    plnwebguy





    plnwebguy:

    No, I didn't. I was just playin' around just wanted to try it on this particular game and see where it would put me, and I was astonished...

    Chief


     

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      well chief, if we would have pooled everyones numbers, you're right we would be sitting pretty now...! we ought to start a pool?

                                                   

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        Chief...you've gottum to hunker down in your tepee and figure out how you can refilter your numbers to eliminate a few more numbers so as to reduce the number of lines.  Or maybe another challenger can help you refilter down the numbers.  I think I can figure out a couple of numbers without too much trouble.  How about some recommendations from the other challengers.  Any serious suggestion might help.

        As for the PB I walk around all day long, day after day, muttering...

        They seek it here, they seek it there

        The challengers seek it everyone.

        Is it in heaven, or in hell

        That damn elusive powerbell.

        Poetic license taken for the spelling of powerball...for rhyming purposes only.

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          Quote: Originally posted by MADDOG10 on January 20, 2005


          well chief, if we would have pooled everyones numbers, you're right we would be sitting pretty now...! we ought to start a pool?



          maddog10:


          Maybe you're right... Maybe we should.



          Chief


           


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            How would it work?  Who would get paid what amounts?

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              Quote: Originally posted by JAG331 on January 20, 2005



              How would it work?  Who would get paid what amounts?





              Friends,

              It's a nice thought but very unlikely because of all the Legal reasons... And, all of us living so far apart...

              Chief

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                Quote: Originally posted by kbcherokee on January 20, 2005



                Friends,

                It's a nice thought but very unlikely because of all the Legal reasons... And, all of us living so far apart...

                Chief





                Very true.  Maybe, if one of us wins using an analysis of the Pigskin Challenge, then that person may choose to distribute $1 million here and there to the Challengers .  Or they may wish to keep it all.  I think either way is acceptable.

                When I post my numbers for the Pigskin Challenge, it's for fun.  If someone uses my numbers to win, that person doesn't owe me a dime.  Although I wouldn't turn down some of the loot if it was offered, hehe!

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                  Tso-gali-I


                  Share and share alike...

                  May the warm winds of heaven blow softly upon your house. May  the Great Spirit bless all who enter there. May your mocassins make happy tracks in many snows. And may the rainbow always touch your shoulder.

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                    Quote: Originally posted by kbcherokee on January 20, 2005



                    Friends,

                    It's a nice thought but very unlikely

                    Chief







                    Sharing you thoughts is not the same as sharing your winnings.

                    RJOh

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                      Quote: Originally posted by RJOh on January 21, 2005



                      Quote: Originally posted by kbcherokee on January 20, 2005



                      Friends,

                      It's a nice thought but very unlikely

                      Chief






                      Sharing you thoughts is not the same as sharing your winnings.

                      RJOh





                      "Riches do not consist in the possessions of treasures but in the use made of them."


                      Chief

                      May the warm winds of heaven blow softly upon your house. May  the Great Spirit bless all who enter there. May your mocassins make happy tracks in many snows. And may the rainbow always touch your shoulder.

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                        I would propose that if the challenge members feel one of the players is on to something and decides to participate,we decide how many tickets would be played.  If someone hits $100 Gs or more, the ticket holder keeps 25%, the players whose system is being used gets 25% and the rest of the players split the remaining 50%.  Are we honorable people are not.  Of course greed runs rampant but there shouldn't be a problem with just a few players.  Each player would state he would honor the split, and he would have to post the combos he is playing before the drawing.  If someone hits and fails to honor the agreement, I'd be willing to toss in $100 bucks or so to get a lawyer to restrain the lottery administrator freom paying the jackpot if everyone else did.  The fact is this...and it is a fact...no one is going to hit the jackpot on his own unless he plays a lot of tickets for each drawing, and I doubt if anyone on this board is going to play a bunch of tickets for each drawing.  Its going to take a group and hopefully thewre are some honorable folks on this post.

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                          Quote: Originally posted by pigskin on January 21, 2005



                          I would propose that if the challenge members feel one of the players is on to something and decides to participate,we decide how many tickets would be played.  If someone hits $100 Gs or more, the ticket holder keeps 25%, the players whose system is being used gets 25% and the rest of the players split the remaining 50%.  Are we honorable people are not.  Of course greed runs rampant but there shouldn't be a problem with just a few players.  Each player would state he would honor the split, and he would have to post the combos he is playing before the drawing.  If someone hits and fails to honor the agreement, I'd be willing to toss in $100 bucks or so to get a lawyer to restrain the lottery administrator freom paying the jackpot if everyone else did.  The fact is this...and it is a fact...no one is going to hit the jackpot on his own unless he plays a lot of tickets for each drawing, and I doubt if anyone on this board is going to play a bunch of tickets for each drawing.  Its going to take a group and hopefully thewre are some honorable folks on this post.





                          pigskin:

                          I already play with two of my good friends here and we each put in $10 for every game. I "Wheel" 30+ combinations each game wheather it's MM or PB, depending on the size of the POT. I know the "system" I use is nowhere's near being perfected yet. Although I do come very close at times, I still have a long way to go to be really sure of what I have. It is promising though.

                          I still see lot's of legalities here if we were to all agree on a method to use to share some of the winnings over a certain amount. I just don't see that happening... 

                          I think that if someyone wins a "hefty" amount and wishes to contribute a "sizeable" amount to the ones he was in with on his or her pridictions, I think that would be an most "Honerable" thing to do.

                          My opinion...

                          Chief

                           

                           

                           

                           

                           


                           

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                            Quote: Originally posted by kbcherokee on January 21, 2005


                            I already play with two of my good friends here and we each put in $10 for every game. I "Wheel" 30+ combinations each game wheather it's MM or PB, depending on the size of the POT. I know the "system" I use is nowhere's near being perfected yet. Although I do come very close at times, I still have a long way to go to be really sure of what I have. It is promising though.

                            Chief






                            Chief,

                            30 lines or so is a decent amount to play if you can afford it.  If your system is any good at all, you can only have so many lines that don't have a match3 or a bonus number most of the time.  I usually generate 30-40 lines and only play the first ten and sometimes wished I had played all of them and once in a while I play all of them and wished I had just played the first 10, it all depend on how I feel.

                            That's the nice thing about Lottery Post, you can kick around some good ideas that might make some money sometimes but you don't have to invest any money and if someone take one of those ideas, run with it and make some money, they gets the money and you still get the bragging rights, that part of the fun of posting and predicting numbers.

                            RJOh

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                              Quote: Originally posted by RJOh on January 21, 2005



                              Quote: Originally posted by kbcherokee on January 21, 2005


                              I already play with two of my good friends here and we each put in $10 for every game. I "Wheel" 30+ combinations each game wheather it's MM or PB, depending on the size of the POT. I know the "system" I use is nowhere's near being perfected yet. Although I do come very close at times, I still have a long way to go to be really sure of what I have. It is promising though.

                              Chief





                              Chief,

                              30 lines or so is a decent amount to play if you can afford it.  If your system is any good at all, you can only have so many lines that don't have a match3 or a bonus number most of the time.  I usually generate 30-40 lines and only play the first ten and sometimes wished I had played all of them and once in a while I play all of them and wished I had just played the first 10, it all depend on how I feel.

                              That's the nice thing about Lottery Post, you can kick around some good ideas that might make some money sometimes but you don't have to invest any money and if someone take one of those ideas, run with it and make some money, they gets the money and you still get the bragging rights, that part of the fun of posting and predicting numbers.

                              RJOh





                              RJOH:

                              I totally agree with what your saying... I have always been amused with number's. I guess I got that from my Father. he was always good at things like this.

                              Your right too about the "fun" part, besides being challenging, it keeps a persons mind working. Sometimes I'll wake up in the middle of a sound sleep and I'll be thinking of a combination or a set of number's. Figure that one out...

                              A lot of years ago now, at the time I was living and working in and around Rochester but living in the Albany area and one of my friends gave me a "surprise" Birthday party one weekend. Being the avid player of Lotto that I am, I had all my tickets filled out, ($42) and with the surprise party and all, I forgot to play. You guessed it. I had all six number's for that Saturday's drawing. The Pot was $18M and no one won it either... Needless to say, I was a sick puppie for a long time after reading the Sunday Newspaper the next morning.

                              So much for that. Good luck with your number's.

                              Chief

                               

                               


                               

                              May the warm winds of heaven blow softly upon your house. May  the Great Spirit bless all who enter there. May your mocassins make happy tracks in many snows. And may the rainbow always touch your shoulder.