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The Math and The Lottery

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Is Standard Numerical Analysis Enough?

It's the only sure method [ 9 ]  [9.68%]
It gets you part way there [ 41 ]  [44.09%]
It's comes up short [ 19 ]  [20.43%]
I'm still working on it [ 24 ]  [25.81%]
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Posted: June 15, 2005, 7:46 pm - IP Logged

John,

As I mentioned in my earlier post even being able to improve their odds by 40% during 65% of the drawings doesn't interest the average lottery player but it would be interesting to have software available that would look for such long term scenarios and display the percent of improvement, it might come in handy for pool players.

RJOh

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    Posted: July 9, 2005, 1:48 pm - IP Logged

    Hi, I am a relative beginner in the lottery (6 months). I came up with the following patterns, along with hot, average, cold, high/low numbers and ball positioning. Please allow me to elaborate:

    Dutch lottery (6/45 - you can also play 5/45, thus avoiding the bonus ball and the colour, an additional feature here..)

    15 - 24 - 30 - 31 - 32 - 37 (14)


    2 - 9 - 19 - 37 - 44 - 45 (33)

    I found that the previous 2 numbers added and/or deducted are strong indicators: in both instances 14 and 25 lead to ..9 (9 and 19 in the next draw). 19 was an average number during the past 10 draws, 9 was cold. Both can also be derived from 30 (..9) 2 can be derived from 31, 32 and the reverse from 15 (51) and 14 (41). 2 was a hot number during the past 10 draws. 37 I didnt foresee, it repeated for the 4th time(!). 44 and 45 can be derived from the bonus ball (also an important indicator I found), both are hot numbers, and can also be derived from 15 and 24. Both numbers are also logic in terms of ball positioning (instead of for instance 4 and 5). Also, if you deduct 32 from 37, this leads to 45 (last digit 5). What do you think of my laymen analysis? Try it out some time. I am going to play a GH wheel with 26 numbers and 1 key number, I will keep you posted.


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      Posted: July 19, 2005, 2:06 am - IP Logged

      I have the "BEST" Lottery Software for playing the Daily and Lotto games all I need now is too perfect my number selection skills.Number selection is the Key once you conquer that your well on your way too a jackpot,using software just requires good knowledge of filtering and knowing which programs are the best too use.I'm an excellent filter user and currently own some of the best programs on the market  "Lottery Director","Lotto-Architect","Lotto-Hat","LS2004" and Gail Howards "Advantage Plus".For the Pick-3/4  "P34Lotto","Lotto-Matrix 3","Lotto-Man"  "Versabet 3/4" and "Profilter 3"   

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        Posted: July 19, 2005, 6:27 am - IP Logged

        maybe Pick 4 master can help me here. We have a lottery here that plays up to 14 winning numbers in a draw- Im after some software that can help me store the winning numbers and help track some trends u need 7 numbers to get a prize and when you get 14 numbers the prize payout is low.

        Im also after 7 number wheels abbreviated and filtered,

        can u help me Pick-4-master???????????


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          Posted: July 19, 2005, 5:45 pm - IP Logged

          For your Australian Lottery game and 7 number wheels check out  www.smartluck.com  www.ldir.com and www.lottoarchitect.com I'm quite sure you'll find what you need and be able too decide which software is the best for you.

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            Posted: July 19, 2005, 8:54 pm - IP Logged

            Hi, I am a relative beginner in the lottery (6 months). I came up with the following patterns, along with hot, average, cold, high/low numbers and ball positioning. Please allow me to elaborate:

            Dutch lottery (6/45 - you can also play 5/45, thus avoiding the bonus ball and the colour, an additional feature here..)

            15 - 24 - 30 - 31 - 32 - 37 (14)


            2 - 9 - 19 - 37 - 44 - 45 (33)

            I found that the previous 2 numbers added and/or deducted are strong indicators: in both instances 14 and 25 lead to ..9 (9 and 19 in the next draw). 19 was an average number during the past 10 draws, 9 was cold. Both can also be derived from 30 (..9) 2 can be derived from 31, 32 and the reverse from 15 (51) and 14 (41). 2 was a hot number during the past 10 draws. 37 I didnt foresee, it repeated for the 4th time(!). 44 and 45 can be derived from the bonus ball (also an important indicator I found), both are hot numbers, and can also be derived from 15 and 24. Both numbers are also logic in terms of ball positioning (instead of for instance 4 and 5). Also, if you deduct 32 from 37, this leads to 45 (last digit 5). What do you think of my laymen analysis? Try it out some time. I am going to play a GH wheel with 26 numbers and 1 key number, I will keep you posted.

            Mouche,

             

            Were those combinations you listed  above already called in the  Dutch lottery or could people try them for any lottery?


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              Posted: August 5, 2005, 6:50 pm - IP Logged

              I usually pick my own numbers based upon frequency and hot/cold situations.

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                Posted: August 5, 2005, 6:59 pm - IP Logged

                I usually pick my own numbers based upon frequency and hot/cold situations.

                This is a very good example of what I'm talking about with one-sentence responses.  It basically says nothing at all, because the words "frequency" and "hot/cold situations" are so generic that no one has any idea how you select your numbers.

                If you want to say how you pick your numbers, then put together a real post describing how you do it.

                If you just want to post something general in nature that really doesn't say anything at all, then please don't bother to post it -- or post it in your blog.

                As I said in my post in the Discussion forum, sorry if this offends you, but I am through with the one-sentence posts.

                Here's a link to the post in case you didn't see it:

                http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/117693

                In the past when I have posted messages to you, you chose to ignore them and not respond to me.  Are you going to do that again, or will you engage in some kind of thoughtful dialog?

                Also, notice how I put my thoughts together in a substantial manner, rather than just one sentence?  That's what we do here:  we discuss things.

                 

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                  Posted: August 5, 2005, 9:21 pm - IP Logged

                  Just what I expected.  No reply from Just6ntlc.  Every time I ask Just6ntlc anything, I never get a reply.

                  It's kind of rude, and I do file these things in the back of my mind.

                   

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                    Posted: August 6, 2005, 1:45 pm - IP Logged

                    Still no answer.

                     

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                      Posted: August 6, 2005, 2:25 pm - IP Logged

                      Yes, Todd, if people are interested enough to post something anywhere, they should also re-check those threads, just in case somebody responds to their post.

                      But some people post and forget.

                      I try to keep track of posts in which I post anything, just in case anybody says anything to me.

                      Good luck.

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                        Posted: August 6, 2005, 9:26 pm - IP Logged

                        He did not forget.  He is just purposely not posting, and I'll make it a point to remind him.  When he posts in another thread, I'll post a link back to this one, until he finally answers.  I have finally had enough, and I won't accept rudeness anymore.

                         

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                          Posted: August 24, 2005, 11:29 pm - IP Logged

                          Listen up Todd. I have my response. The reason I'm doing fewer one sentence material because I want to respect your rules, but also clutter is one of my weaknesses. When I do a topic or respond to thread, I'm explaining in full detail with 2+ sentences and 2+ lines. The example of the math and the lottery, I only pick my numbers based upon what I think will be the next numbers and/or what my dad thinks.

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                            Posted: September 8, 2005, 10:06 pm - IP Logged

                            I don't use a math system because I don't know how.  However I play the same numbers no matter what state I'm in, and just to spice it up I buy one QP.  Remember if you play more than one set of numbers though you are betting aginst yourself. 

                             

                            PartyAs my name says I'm Destinedtowin.

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                              Posted: September 15, 2005, 12:04 pm - IP Logged

                              if you think about it math has nothing to do with lottery, sure doing the math might tell you what has a better chance of comming up but really when you think about it how can math help you win something that is random? all it takes to win the lottery is luck. Smiley