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whatever wheel software that is out there. i am fairly new to this board, i do like to come on and read the posts here. like i mentioned before i just bought gail howards software. unless this has been posted before has anyone who purchased wheels of anyone had any significant luck with them? after spending 3 weeks on studying gails software, charts, books i have only used them twice but nothing yet. i am curious as with gail howards software do the veterans of this find this worth studying week in and week out, for say mega-millions or do you get lazy and use smart pick charts? thanx.

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    hi tom, no I wouldnt use the smart picks, but the charts etc. are quite good, I also believe she has more software available in about two months or so.

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      Posted: April 1, 2005, 6:33 am - IP Logged

      Her software is quite expensive.



      There is very little information available about the features in Gail Howards software.

      Almost everyone else who sells lottery software on the internet is wise enough to present all the features available.

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        thanx for the info, has anyone in here had some success with them? the wheeling of 8 numbers out of 52 for mega millions seems almost impossible to capture all 5 winning numbers, but you would think someone would of done it by now for that 5 of 5 guarantee. i find that some of her charts are really good if you trust them. also in mega millions, and i am sure everyone has tapped into this, one the numbers do repeat, and they come out the next drawing either one number above or below the last drawings number. and the elimination of a number group like 1-10 or 11-20. i particularly like the idea of dead numbers hitting and repeating a lot within 10 games after it comes out. but quite a few numbers do that, but trying to get some or all to do that at the same time is, i am sure not going to happen. a lot of variables of course, that is what makes it fun for me to study. take care everyone and good luck. i believe it can happen, in the mass megabucks i have been lucky or unlucky to hit 5 out of 6 numbers 4 times. so anything can happen. unlucky because i feel its strike 4 for my chances to become a millionaire.

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          Posted: April 1, 2005, 7:21 pm - IP Logged

          tom.s,

          Lottery Post has a great wheel for Mega Millions.  It's in the Pick 5 wheels, and you use every number 1-52, play 40 lines, and you're guaranteed at least a 2+0 match.  Plus, if you use 40 different Mega numbers, you have a 77% chance of at least a 0+1.

          Also, any Pick 5 wheel can similarly be used for Mega Millions.  Lottery Post has tons of Pick 5 wheels.  In my opinion the Abbreviated wheels are best. 

          All the wheels can be found by clicking Wheels in the Resource menu.

          To get access to everything on this site, just buy a month of Platinum membership for $7.95, and if you don't want to go past a month, just let it expire.  If you like it, you can save money with the longer-term subscriptions.

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            Posted: April 1, 2005, 8:37 pm - IP Logged

            Tom

            A wheel is the part of the lottery process that works exactly as promised if properly made and loaded.  Like a net woven of numbers to catch a prize if the wheel promises you will have a 4# winning line if all 5 of the winning numbers are among those you loaded the wheel with, then that is the minimum of what must happen.  In a sense the wheel is like the gear box, perfected and working smoothly when your prediction engine does.

            The Gail Howard is a wonder research tool, but not very good at prediction at least in Florida.  BobP

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              Quote: Originally posted by MillionsWanted on April 1, 2005


              Her software is quite expensive.

              There is very little information available about the features in Gail Howards software.
              Almost everyone else who sells lottery software on the internet is wise enough to present all the features available.




              Yea her A+ price is a bit pricey, but it is a very good tool in terms of the information it provides, plus the draws can be updated free, which Ion Saliu likes.

              Before I bought it I found detailed information about it in her site. Otherwise I would have never bought it.

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                tom.s, very comprehensive wheels, including if they are at WR rating or not, at Lotto Architect plus the program to use them in. See their web site.



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                  Quote: Originally posted by Maverick on April 2, 2005

                  Yea her A+ price is a bit pricey, but it is a very good tool in terms of the information it provides, plus the draws can be updated free, which Ion Saliu likes.

                  Before I bought it I found detailed information about it in her site. Otherwise I would have never bought it.






                  I found a link to more information about Advantage Plus now.

                  Why I didn't find it the first time is beyond me...
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                    Quote: Originally posted by relowe on April 2, 2005


                    tom.s, very comprehensive wheels, including if they are at WR rating or not, at Lotto Architect plus the program to use them in. See their web site.

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                    yes I have to agree, and the new feature I havent seen before looks excellent.
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                      Posted: April 2, 2005, 10:18 am - IP Logged
                      Quote: Originally posted by tom.s on March 31, 2005


                      whatever wheel software that is out there. i am fairly new to this board, i do like to come on and read the posts here. like i mentioned before i just bought gail howards software. unless this has been posted before has anyone who purchased wheels of anyone had any significant luck with them? after spending 3 weeks on studying gails software, charts, books i have only used them twice but nothing yet. i am curious as with gail howards software do the veterans of this find this worth studying week in and week out, for say mega-millions or do you get lazy and use smart pick charts? thanx.


                      Tom.s some wheels are better than others in that they capture a certain amount of numbers you enter into them. It's the price of the wheel and what you can afford. A 120 dollar wheel is going to do much better than a 25 dollar wheel in most instances. Using examples of Gail Howard or anyone elses maybeven your own design try making a wheel using 11 numbers on 12 tickets then again on 30 tickets so you can see the difference more tickets will make. Personally i would like to try a 250 dollar wheel and see if that would win.
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                        Posted: April 3, 2005, 9:16 pm - IP Logged

                        Hi Tom,

                        I especially like Gail's Chart #4.  I rarely use wheels-- Gail's or someone else's-- because I choose to believe that number selection is important.  Using the familiar parameters or particular characteristics of the game I play, I combine numbers utilizing her various charts. 

                        I'd like to hear more about how lotto players here select or pick their numbers to go in the wheel they use. 

                        I'd also like to hear if players bypass making their own selection of numbers (based on a study of the charts) to instead totally defer to the wheel and their reasons why. 

                        Let me be clear: I'm not against wheeling.  I know that jackpots have been won using wheels.  And at the pool at work we sometimes use wheels. 

                        I just choose to believe that there need to be clear reasons for the numbers being selected to go into the wheel.  I also believe that a close analysis of the charts might yield-- note I say might-- the pattern or numbers to be apprehended by which a wheel could be bypassed. 

                        I guess I just like thinking "outside the wheel".  :-)

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                          Posted: April 3, 2005, 11:46 pm - IP Logged

                          Greg,



                          I do concur with your thinking. Number selection (or rejection) has to be the primary process. After you have this part sorted out use the best wheel you can both find and afford. There are no doubt numerous numbers generaters out there based on their background algorithms, and some of these will be better than others, but these HCD systems in steering you to some number set can't in reality be no worse than luck but on the other hand they could do a lot better than luck.



                          So while one might be reflective on a number set - I dreamt them; they just came to me while I was in the shower; my lucky numbers etc, I prefer a statistically based repeatable process, and avoids the problem should your dogma eat your karma.



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