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Posted: April 19, 2005, 11:38 am - IP Logged

Hi everyone,

My names Shawn and im new around here. Just wondering if you all have tried Lotto Buster. And also if anyones had good results.

Also if so if anyone can help me out with it. I'm trying to get down all the analysis and all that. 

Ive pulled 3 #'s a couple of times in Powerball with it. But that was just random picks.  Any help and advice would be very helpful.

Also hope to make a few lottery buddys here...

Shawn

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    Posted: April 19, 2005, 12:05 pm - IP Logged

    I used this program last night on Texas 2-Step.  The Super setting was:

    1-17-27-30 (28)

    1-14-21-31 (25)

    I also use it for Pick 3.  The Pattern and Super is especially valuable.  When a number is repeated in Hot, Pattern and Super, that is a clear signal.

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      Posted: April 19, 2005, 1:12 pm - IP Logged

      Cool....

      Ive been working with it with our new Cash 3 here in Tennessee.

      Almost had it lastnight. The result was 595. I had the 9 and the 5 in a diffrent position from the other 5. Or i would now have $500 in my pocket..

      How does the Texas 2 step work? and how many #'s is it?

      I've also been playing our pick 5 with it and have gotten 3 numbers. I got that from a pattern pick.  The 2 numbers i missed were between the 3 i had right.

      I figure if i would have known to anylize them i could have hit for $200,000...:)

      Have you hit well with the programe?

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        Posted: April 20, 2005, 8:26 am - IP Logged

        Orangeman,

        When you say super setting. Do you mean the slider bar on like the pattern picks box?

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          Posted: April 22, 2005, 1:01 am - IP Logged

          Last year I tested Lotto Buster against the Florida Pick-3 and while I had some wins it wasn't anywhere near break even let alone playing at a profit.  Can't say how well it might do against other games.  It's kinda funny how a software can take you close and then miss at the last moment when you are testing it against the history of the game.

          BobP

          Paradox: Why do lottery software authors want to sell their software?

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            Posted: April 22, 2005, 4:38 am - IP Logged
            Quote: Originally posted by BobP on April 22, 2005

            Paradox: Why do lottery software authors want to sell their software?






            why are microsoft selling their ms word software instead of writing all the best-selling novels themselves?



            not everybody wants to do their "lottery math" with a paper and pencil ...

            Expert Lotto Team

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              Posted: April 22, 2005, 8:03 am - IP Logged

              So far ive found it to be a good resource for stats.  But have been paying close attention here now to the stxs.  Bobp, see exactly what your saying.  I have to say the STX's dont lie. I was only one number off from the Tennessee P4 yesterday. That was just spending a good morning actually reading on here.

              Expert, Your right. But obviously it pays to do your lottery math with a paper and pencil...lol

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                Posted: April 22, 2005, 12:09 pm - IP Logged
                Quote: Originally posted by ExpertLotto on April 22, 2005



                Quote: Originally posted by BobP on April 22, 2005


                Paradox: Why do lottery software authors want to sell their software?





                why are microsoft selling their ms word software instead of writing all the best-selling novels themselves?

                not everybody wants to do their "lottery math" with a paper and pencil ...


                Sorry, I must have missed the part where Microsoft implied their word software would write a best-selling novel for you.  I seperate lottery software research tool kits from those that suggest or imply you will soon be a jackpot winner after buying their software.  Not that I really mind that they do, I only mind if they lied.  BobP
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                  Posted: April 22, 2005, 12:29 pm - IP Logged


                  Quote: Originally posted by BobP on April 22, 2005





                  Quote: Originally posted by ExpertLotto on April 22, 2005





                  Quote: Originally posted by BobP on April 22, 2005

                  Paradox: Why do lottery software authors want to sell their software?













                  why are microsoft selling their ms word software instead of writing all the best-selling novels themselves?



                  not everybody wants to do their "lottery math" with a paper and pencil ...











                  Sorry, I must have missed the part where Microsoft implied their word software would write a best-selling novel for you. I seperate lottery software research tool kits from those that suggest or imply you will soon be a jackpot winner after buying their software. Not that I really mind that they do, I only mind if they lied. BobP













                  fair enough, i can agree with that.

                  ... just that your original post didn't show this distinction and there are lottery applications on the net that are useful even though they don't claim to find the winning numbers for you.

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                    Posted: April 22, 2005, 12:43 pm - IP Logged

                    Just tring to get an idea....

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                      Posted: April 25, 2005, 6:36 am - IP Logged
                      Quote: Originally posted by BobP on April 22, 2005


                      Last year I tested Lotto Buster against the Florida Pick-3 and while I had some wins it wasn't anywhere near break even let alone playing at a profit.  Can't say how well it might do against other games.  It's kinda funny how a software can take you close and then miss at the last moment when you are testing it against the history of the game.

                      BobP

                      Paradox: Why do lottery software authors want to sell their software?


                      anyone having any luck with it?
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                        Quote: Originally posted by LOTTOMIKE on April 25, 2005



                        Quote: Originally posted by BobP on April 22, 2005


                        Last year I tested Lotto Buster against the Florida Pick-3 and while I had some wins it wasn't anywhere near break even let alone playing at a profit.  Can't say how well it might do against other games.  It's kinda funny how a software can take you close and then miss at the last moment when you are testing it against the history of the game.

                        BobP

                        Paradox: Why do lottery software authors want to sell their software?


                        anyone having any luck with it?




                        Mike,

                        Thats what i hit 3 numebers 3 times with the PB with. Pretty much have as much chance with it as anything.  I also hit 3 numbers once in the Lotto 5 with it...

                        If it weren't for Vtracs and STXS where would we be?