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if he really did swipe stuff from gail howard i bet you anything that he did not really copyright his work and that he simply put the © symbol in his work without really doing it.
who ever has bought his work, why dont' you do a copyright search wiht his name and see what pops up, this is what comes up for books and literary items under Gail Howard ( you have to do your search with last name first comma first name)
i'd do a book/ music search and a serials search
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Search For: HOWARD, GAIL
Items 1 - 4 of 4
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1. Registration Number:  TX-3-636-612
Title:  State lotteries: how to get in it and how to win it]; lottery disclosure report. By Gail Howard. 5th ed.
Note:  C.O. corres.
Claimant:  Special Report Office, Inc.
Supplement to Registration:  TXu 349-561, 1988 DPUB: 30Jun87 DREG: 24Apr89
Special Codes:  1/B/X

2. Registration Number:  TX-5-745-929
Title:  Como ganar la loteria / por aGail Howard.
Imprint:  Boca Raton, FL : American Media Mini Mags, c2003.
Description:  64 P.
Claimant:  acAmerican Media Mini Mags, Inc. (employer for hire)
Created:  2003
Published:  16Apr03
Registered:  7May03
Miscellaneous:  Rights & permissions info. on original appl. in C.O.
Special Codes:  1/B

3. Registration Number:  TX-5-838-946
Title:  How to win the lottery--proven formulas for success / by aGail Howard.
Imprint:  Boca Raton, FL : American Media Mini Mags, c2003.
Description:  64 p.
Claimant:  acAmerican Media Mini Mags, Inc. (employer for hire)
Created:  2003
Published:  28Jan03
Registered:  21Mar03
Previous Related Version:  Some text prev. pub.
Claim Limit:  NEW MATTER: additional text.
Miscellaneous:  Rights & permissions info. on original appl. in C.O.
Special Codes:  1/B

4. Registration Number:  TXu-349-561
Title:  State lotteries : how to get in it, and how to win it] : lottery disclosure report / by Gail Howard.
Edition:  5th ed.
Description:  32 p.
Claimant:  Special Report Office, Inc.
Created:  1987
Registered:  16Nov88
Claim Limit:  NEW MATTER: "some text and charts have been changed."
Miscellaneous:  See also State lotteries: how to get in it and how to win it]; REG 24Apr89; TX 3-636-612
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Title:  Gail Howard's Lottery advantage
Additional Information:  .
Note:  Frequency unknown. Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3, thru July 17, 1985.
Claimant:  * Gail Howard. v. 1, no.
 TX 1-630-580 3Jul85; 3, 17Jul85. DCR 1985; PUB 22May85;

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    Anyone of you who bought "his" system willing to give him(the seller) negative feedback?

    Yes , I will give him negative , but before I do that , let me verify something from first hand :)

     is not about $10.00

    but I'm sick and tired of fake system !!!!

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      Ok I see two different programs listed by this fellow, a pick 5 and a pick 6...are they both incorporated in the pick 6??? or is the pick5 just the same as the pick 6 with the different name?

       

      Just curious

       

       

      Since I won the $300 with his system, I decided to take the bullet for the team and buy both.

      They are almost identical.  Only the numbers that would obviously change from a pick 5 to pick 6 change in the documention.  The most important information... how to pick the numbers... is identical.

      If you buy it, do NOT buy both.  Just one of them will do it.

      I personally would have been a bit more honest and incorporated both into one document, but hey... this is America!  He can do whatever he likes...

       

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        Ok I see two different programs listed by this fellow, a pick 5 and a pick 6...are they both incorporated in the pick 6??? or is the pick5 just the same as the pick 6 with the different name?

         

        Just curious

         

         

        Since I won the $300 with his system, I decided to take the bullet for the team and buy both.

        They are almost identical.  Only the numbers that would obviously change from a pick 5 to pick 6 change in the documention.  The most important information... how to pick the numbers... is identical.

        If you buy it, do NOT buy both.  Just one of them will do it.

        I personally would have been a bit more honest and incorporated both into one document, but hey... this is America!  He can do whatever he likes...

         

        Hi,

          I don't recommend you buy it, this Pick 5, 6 system is a copy of another known system, and Pinback already explains in detail how it works, so don't waste your money.

         

        Regards 

        El pensamiento ordena el caos..

        http://1x2quinielas.blogspot.com

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          Posted: July 11, 2005, 5:09 pm - IP Logged

          Ok I see two different programs listed by this fellow, a pick 5 and a pick 6...are they both incorporated in the pick 6??? or is the pick5 just the same as the pick 6 with the different name?

           

          Just curious

           

           

          Since I won the $300 with his system, I decided to take the bullet for the team and buy both.

          They are almost identical.  Only the numbers that would obviously change from a pick 5 to pick 6 change in the documention.  The most important information... how to pick the numbers... is identical.

          If you buy it, do NOT buy both.  Just one of them will do it.

          I personally would have been a bit more honest and incorporated both into one document, but hey... this is America!  He can do whatever he likes...

           

          Hi,

            I don't recommend you buy it, this Pick 5, 6 system is a copy of another known system, and Pinback already explains in detail how it works, so don't waste your money.

           

          Regards 

           

          No, I didn't.

           

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            Posted: July 11, 2005, 5:12 pm - IP Logged

            Yes you did it.

            El pensamiento ordena el caos..

            http://1x2quinielas.blogspot.com

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              Posted: July 11, 2005, 5:14 pm - IP Logged

              Yes you did it.

               

              Point out where please (which message).

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                I just think that in order to have an accurate examination of how well a system performs,

                you would have to drop numbers, because the crux of the selection proccess,on a daily

                basis is required, in order for the system to constantly morph itself. I'm not putting down

                your efforts in any way. Iam only interested in the exact steps mentioned by him, to be

                entered in a program. If thats even possible without spending a fortune on computer

                programmers, to tailor-fit any request. But I appreciate your attempt.

                 

                It isn't possible to tailor-fit his method to provide a particular number of numbers (?) to play, because then it would no longer be based on the statistical information he provides!  To play his method, there is no option but to play the numbers it provides, no matter how many numbers that is.  Do anything else, and you're creating a new method of your own!  (And then you should sell it on ebay... Smile)

                Are we even talking about the same system? He clearly states that numbers have

                to be updated on a daily basis. Unless I'm not understanding you, pardon me, but

                without giving away the system, I can tell you that you get about half, new numbers

                to play when you update them. You don't play the same number sets every day.

                The selection proccess doesn't even allow you to play the same numbers. So either

                 i'm a complete idiot that probably doesn't understand programs and the lingo, or we

                are speaking of a different sysytem.

                I think whatever the program would require to update such as this system would

                be very complex, but again I don't have the foggiest when it comes to writing

                programs.

                When I was eighteen (now 41) I used to write commodore computer game

                programs just for fun, copying them from magazines.

                 

                I'm 43 and spent part of my 20's working in computer stores selling Commodore 64's and marveling over people like you who had the patience to type in computer games from magazines!  That sort of patience I never had.

                I'm not sure the numbers his method comes up with change quite that much from drawing to drawing.  Since you use the last 10 drawings each time, only one set of numbers drops out (the oldest) and one set of numbers (the latest drawing) is added.  Then you count them up again.  Here is a sample of two weeks (six drawings) of numbers suggested by his method from the life of Rolling Cash 5:

                1 6 7 15 16 18 20 22 25 27 29 35
                1 6 9 15 16 18 19 20 22 25 27 29 33 35
                1 6 7 9 16 18 19 20 22 25 27 29 33 35
                7 9 16 18 19 20 22 25 27 28 33 35 36
                3 7 9 16 18 19 22 25 26 27 35 36
                1 3 6 7 16 18 19 22 25 26 35 36
                1 3 6 15 16 18 19 25 26 29 32 35 36
                1 3 6 8 15 16 18 19 25 26 29 36 37
                1 3 8 15 18 25 26 27 35 36 37
                1 3 8 15 18 25 27 35 37
                1 3 8 11 15 25 26 27 35 37
                3 5 8 11 15 20 25 26 27 32 35 36 37

                You can see how only a few numbers change each time.

                I think the biggest problem in discussing it is that we can't discuss it!  While probably nothing would come of it, I'm just not willing to risk lawyers knocking on my door.

                Hmm

                El pensamiento ordena el caos..

                http://1x2quinielas.blogspot.com

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                  I just think that in order to have an accurate examination of how well a system performs,

                  you would have to drop numbers, because the crux of the selection proccess,on a daily

                  basis is required, in order for the system to constantly morph itself. I'm not putting down

                  your efforts in any way. Iam only interested in the exact steps mentioned by him, to be

                  entered in a program. If thats even possible without spending a fortune on computer

                  programmers, to tailor-fit any request. But I appreciate your attempt.

                   

                  It isn't possible to tailor-fit his method to provide a particular number of numbers (?) to play, because then it would no longer be based on the statistical information he provides!  To play his method, there is no option but to play the numbers it provides, no matter how many numbers that is.  Do anything else, and you're creating a new method of your own!  (And then you should sell it on ebay... Smile)

                  Are we even talking about the same system? He clearly states that numbers have

                  to be updated on a daily basis. Unless I'm not understanding you, pardon me, but

                  without giving away the system, I can tell you that you get about half, new numbers

                  to play when you update them. You don't play the same number sets every day.

                  The selection proccess doesn't even allow you to play the same numbers. So either

                   i'm a complete idiot that probably doesn't understand programs and the lingo, or we

                  are speaking of a different sysytem.

                  I think whatever the program would require to update such as this system would

                  be very complex, but again I don't have the foggiest when it comes to writing

                  programs.

                  When I was eighteen (now 41) I used to write commodore computer game

                  programs just for fun, copying them from magazines.

                   

                  I'm 43 and spent part of my 20's working in computer stores selling Commodore 64's and marveling over people like you who had the patience to type in computer games from magazines!  That sort of patience I never had.

                  I'm not sure the numbers his method comes up with change quite that much from drawing to drawing.  Since you use the last 10 drawings each time, only one set of numbers drops out (the oldest) and one set of numbers (the latest drawing) is added.  Then you count them up again.  Here is a sample of two weeks (six drawings) of numbers suggested by his method from the life of Rolling Cash 5:

                  1 6 7 15 16 18 20 22 25 27 29 35
                  1 6 9 15 16 18 19 20 22 25 27 29 33 35
                  1 6 7 9 16 18 19 20 22 25 27 29 33 35
                  7 9 16 18 19 20 22 25 27 28 33 35 36
                  3 7 9 16 18 19 22 25 26 27 35 36
                  1 3 6 7 16 18 19 22 25 26 35 36
                  1 3 6 15 16 18 19 25 26 29 32 35 36
                  1 3 6 8 15 16 18 19 25 26 29 36 37
                  1 3 8 15 18 25 26 27 35 36 37
                  1 3 8 15 18 25 27 35 37
                  1 3 8 11 15 25 26 27 35 37
                  3 5 8 11 15 20 25 26 27 32 35 36 37

                  You can see how only a few numbers change each time.

                  I think the biggest problem in discussing it is that we can't discuss it!  While probably nothing would come of it, I'm just not willing to risk lawyers knocking on my door.

                  Hmm

                   

                  That's what I thought.

                  If you can figure out how his system works from that information, then you are much smarter than I.

                   

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                    I just think that in order to have an accurate examination of how well a system performs,

                    you would have to drop numbers, because the crux of the selection proccess,on a daily

                    basis is required, in order for the system to constantly morph itself. I'm not putting down

                    your efforts in any way. Iam only interested in the exact steps mentioned by him, to be

                    entered in a program. If thats even possible without spending a fortune on computer

                    programmers, to tailor-fit any request. But I appreciate your attempt.

                    It isn't possible to tailor-fit his method to provide a particular number of numbers (?) to play, because then it would no longer be based on the statistical information he provides! To play his method, there is no option but to play the numbers it provides, no matter how many numbers that is. Do anything else, and you're creating a new method of your own! (And then you should sell it on ebay... Smile)

                    Are we even talking about the same system? He clearly states that numbers have

                    to be updated on a daily basis. Unless I'm not understanding you, pardon me, but

                    without giving away the system, I can tell you that you get about half, new numbers

                    to play when you update them. You don't play the same number sets every day.

                    The selection proccess doesn't even allow you to play the same numbers. So either

                    i'm a complete idiot that probably doesn't understand programs and the lingo, or we

                    are speaking of a different sysytem.

                    I think whatever the program would require to update such as this system would

                    be very complex, but again I don't have the foggiest when it comes to writing

                    programs.

                    When I was eighteen (now 41) I used to write commodore computer game

                    programs just for fun, copying them from magazines.

                    I'm 43 and spent part of my 20's working in computer stores selling Commodore 64's and marveling over people like you who had the patience to type in computer games from magazines! That sort of patience I never had.

                    I'm not sure the numbers his method comes up with change quite that much from drawing to drawing. Since you use the last 10 drawings each time, only one set of numbers drops out (the oldest) and one set of numbers (the latest drawing) is added. Then you count them up again. Here is a sample of two weeks (six drawings) of numbers suggested by his method from the life of Rolling Cash 5:

                    1 6 7 15 16 18 20 22 25 27 29 35
                    1 6 9 15 16 18 19 20 22 25 27 29 33 35
                    1 6 7 9 16 18 19 20 22 25 27 29 33 35
                    7 9 16 18 19 20 22 25 27 28 33 35 36
                    3 7 9 16 18 19 22 25 26 27 35 36
                    1 3 6 7 16 18 19 22 25 26 35 36
                    1 3 6 15 16 18 19 25 26 29 32 35 36
                    1 3 6 8 15 16 18 19 25 26 29 36 37
                    1 3 8 15 18 25 26 27 35 36 37
                    1 3 8 15 18 25 27 35 37
                    1 3 8 11 15 25 26 27 35 37
                    3 5 8 11 15 20 25 26 27 32 35 36 37

                    You can see how only a few numbers change each time.

                    I think the biggest problem in discussing it is that we can't discuss it! While probably nothing would come of it, I'm just not willing to risk lawyers knocking on my door.

                    Hmm

                    That's what I thought.

                    If you can figure out how his system works from that information, then you are much smarter than I.

                    A normal lotto player could figure out how this system works with that information. There is no need to buy it.


                    Regards

                    El pensamiento ordena el caos..

                    http://1x2quinielas.blogspot.com

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                      Posted: July 11, 2005, 5:54 pm - IP Logged

                      What I see here?

                      Mix: Half Low numbers, Half high numbers, Half odd, Half even, cheap tricks.

                       

                      Regards 

                      El pensamiento ordena el caos..

                      http://1x2quinielas.blogspot.com

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                        What I see here?

                        Mix: Half Low numbers, Half high numbers, Half odd, Half even, cheap tricks.

                         

                        Regards 

                         

                        I rest my case.


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                          it nice to see how LP members can spot a fake system

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                            Did anybody ask for refund ?????Skeptical

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                              Did anybody ask for refund ?????Skeptical

                               

                              I can't, because I've won 3 out of the last 6 drawings I've used it.  I don't think I qualify for a refund...