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# 3if3 and 4if6 wheel using 20 numbers

Topic closed. 21 replies. Last post 12 years ago by Todd.

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Quote: Originally posted by Luckydog2 on January 27, 2005

That 20 number wheel is coming...tomorrow night!

Seems "work" keeps eating up my time.

Rob

Luckydog2,

What happened to the wheel you promised us?

Cheers,

Datenda

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Quote: Originally posted by Todd on January 25, 2005

The Lottery Post Wheels page, which will be implemented within the next week or two, will have two wheels with fewer combinations, maintaining very close to the guarantee you're looking for.  They are:

1. 3if3of20 guaranteed and 4if6of20 99.08% guaranteed: 72 combinations
2. 3if3of20 81.06% guaranteed and 4if6of20 guaranteed: 66 combinations

Todd,

Do you have an estimate of when your Lottery Post Wheels page will be implemented ?

Cheers,

Datenda

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 Posted: February 18, 2005, 7:55 am - IP Logged

Uh, right now.  Click the link on the left.

Check the State Lottery Report Card

Sign the Petition for True Lottery Drawings
Help eliminate computerized drawings!

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Hi there. I went thru some old old books of lottery wheels

and i have one that Guarantees with 6 right numbers 12 Fours is 98.5%

with 6 right  5 right is 26.3% and all 6 right is 0.3%

with 5 right numbers:  4 right is 83.5% and 5 right is 4.6%

with 4 right numbers:  4 right is 37.1%  is this the same one ?? Datenda

the book is called Swedish Lotto Systems By  Thomas H. Olsson

Published 1985 by Intergalactic Publishing Co.

Anything is possible if you know a Wizard !

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thewiz,

The 1st 2 wheels that I listed were my own creation using Covermaster and were not taken from any book. This wheel was subsequently reduced further to 89 lines by Nick Koutras.

Why don't you list the wheel that you mentioned so that we can all analyze and compare it.

Cheers,

Datenda

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 Posted: February 21, 2005, 11:34 pm - IP Logged

Do you have any wheels or ready to play games for New York Games..5/39, 6/59,

Mega Millions 5/52 +1/52 Mega Ball ??? Thanks, JS

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 Posted: February 22, 2005, 1:48 am - IP Logged

js,

The Lottery Post Wheels page supports ALL Pick 5 and Pick 6 games, because it is capable of a number range from 0 (zero) - 99.

There are many types of wheels, including full wheels, full wheels with filters, key wheels, and abbreviated wheels.  Abbreviated wheels are the best in my opinion for a solo lottery player, although a case can be made for any type of wheel.

Mega Millions and Powerball wheels are accomplished with Pick 5 wheels, because you only wheel the first 5 numbers.  You can use any of a variety of methods for the Bonus number, including random numbers, alternating numbers, a single number, etc.

Check the State Lottery Report Card