|Posted: February 19, 2005, 12:36 pm - IP Logged|
Quote: Originally posted by bd2lucky on February 18, 2005
I havent bought any tickets yet, however on monday the smart picks picked a straight in the pick 4.
I think the program "got lucky". That happens not infrequently. I bought the program some years back, because the demo version happened to hir the local 3/36 for $125 on a $6 ticket. (so at least it paid for itself before I bought it) But it just "got lucky". I've stopped using it except for keeping track of past histories.
I've never seen any software that can consistently predict winners. And that is the operative word. I've got no problem with buying a program after the demo has won enough money to pay for the program. After all, if the program can't even cover its own cost, it isn't word squat. But if it can't consistenly pick winners without giving you more combinations than are practical to play, then it isn't worth much. Remeber, the more losers the program churns up that you play, the more in the "hole" you get, and the more winning tickets it must produce for you to get back to even.
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