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Posted: July 14, 2005, 2:25 pm - IP Logged

Does anyone here ever used the Vault software prediction. Based on the information  they provided I felt very tempted to buy it but don't know how good it really .  Can someone help me out here

 

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    Posted: July 19, 2005, 9:39 am - IP Logged

    I'm new to the site.  Please pardon my scepticism. 

     

    THESE ARE PING PONG BALLS ladies and gents.  Lady luck is the only thing on your side.  But if you like spending your spare time purchasing all the scifi stuff in these programs, by all means do it.  It's safer to the community than being a crack-head.

    :c)

     

     

     

     

    Cuz Uncle Buck Sez So

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      Posted: July 19, 2005, 10:02 am - IP Logged

      I have observed that one's skepticism can change in accordance with one's length of observation and/or lack of observation of the performance of various subject matter.

      Perhaps it is fortunante that there are many here who believe there is perhaps a pattern that could quite possibly facilitate the best guess of the next number due. And I use the phrase best guess for it is what I believe any number prediction truly is.

      Obviously, this is not intended to go indepth into detail, statistics or facts that either support or dismiss any obvious opinion I express. When all is said and done, I can only assume the addage to apply is perhaps that of where "one views their glass as half full while another sees it as half empty". Personally, I just want the damn glass.

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        Posted: July 19, 2005, 12:47 pm - IP Logged

        I'm new to the site.  Please pardon my scepticism. 

         

        THESE ARE PING PONG BALLS ladies and gents.  Lady luck is the only thing on your side.  But if you like spending your spare time purchasing all the scifi stuff in these programs, by all means do it.  It's safer to the community than being a crack-head.

        :c)

         

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        so uncle BUCK, what are u doing here on the site , if not to get an advantage in your lotto knowledge ?? Just curious

            Poke 

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          Posted: July 19, 2005, 1:09 pm - IP Logged

          I'm new to the site.  Please pardon my scepticism. 

           

          THESE ARE PING PONG BALLS ladies and gents.  Lady luck is the only thing on your side.  But if you like spending your spare time purchasing all the scifi stuff in these programs, by all means do it.  It's safer to the community than being a crack-head.

          :c)

           

           

          I used to believe that also.  Used to...

           


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            Posted: July 21, 2005, 4:13 pm - IP Logged

            Actually Lady Luck and Analysis both work in winning Lottery games whether you  believe it's total "luck" or not.The proof is in the many players that have posted here and that I've read about elsewhere who have  won using a system,strategy or software along with other players that have won using non-statistical/analysis methods of play.So bascially there is no "ONE" method too use for winning lottery games because many of the methods that players use have won a jackpot in all games.Some players that have used software/systems tried them after not having any hits using quick-picks or playing "there lucky numbers" while others that used software/systems and had no hits started using quick-picks or selecting there numbers randomly and  did much better.I'm one of them I started off using quick-picks or random selection and never hit anything but when I started using software and developing number strategies I started hitting.I've hit the Cash-3 (5 times straight) the Play 4 (2 times boxed) and some 3-4 hits in the Pick-5, I don't play all the time just for fun but ever since I changed my playing method I've done a lot better.So "Uncle Buck" just because there "ping-pong" balls doesn't mean that nothing else can work except luck especially when a player is able too hit after changing from using Luck strategies too Analysis strategies,at least that's been my experience and I'm quite sure a number of others as well.

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              Posted: July 27, 2005, 4:07 pm - IP Logged

              Ignorance is on the side of the state lotteries.

              I always wonder what makes people believe that random is against them.

              As time goes by, little by little, random is more and more on my side and less and less against me.

              Why would that be ? Because I study and get to know random better and better.

              Is random, random ? Not as random as you think that it is.

              You are more against yourself than random is againt you, random is neutral, it is neither pro nor against you, but you can learn to work with it.

               

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                Posted: July 28, 2005, 10:15 am - IP Logged

                Gave lotto vault ago (after reading Todds  view of them)Put £5.00 won £20.00.Is it a one off?? time will tell. It was a 5 from 34 game by the way.

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                  Posted: July 29, 2005, 12:01 am - IP Logged

                  I'm new to the site.  Please pardon my scepticism. 

                   

                  THESE ARE PING PONG BALLS ladies and gents.  Lady luck is the only thing on your side.  But if you like spending your spare time purchasing all the scifi stuff in these programs, by all means do it.  It's safer to the community than being a crack-head.

                  :c)

                   

                  Very true, they are just balls (technically light rubber ones, ping balls aren't resilient enough). However, both them and their draw machines are subject to the laws of physics. Very few processes are entirely random - natural or man-made - and this gives us an edge. Perhaps not much, but enough.

                  Let us consider weather forecasting. In the UK, the Met Office uses two NEC SX6 supercomputers to model the atmosphere. Each SX6 comprises a 15-node cluster with eight processors per node. The vector processors within each node share a single 32 Gigabyte memory and have a theoretical peak performance of 8 Gigaflops. The combined 2-cluster SX6 has a total peak performance of 1.9 Teraflops with a total memory of nearly 1 Terabyte.

                  The atmosphere is divided into about a million 1-mile cubes. The numerical model comprises millions of equations. To produce a week's forecast takes several hours of integration, even on an SX6.

                  Predicting lottery numbers is trivial in comparison...

                  However, I do agree that programs specifically written to try and predict results are a waste of money. I don't use them at all.