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Posted: August 16, 2005, 1:52 pm - IP Logged

Hi all, does anyone use Lotto Genie http://www.lottogenie.com/index.html and if so what do they think of it for creating abbreviated wheels? I like the simple visual format, but I'd like some feedback on the actual wheels produced (how good are they). You need to pay a subscription to get full use of the software and I don't want to sign up without having some feedback of its efficacy or not. Thanks.

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    Posted: August 16, 2005, 1:55 pm - IP Logged

    Hi all, does anyone use Lotto Genie http://www.lottogenie.com/index.html and if so what do they think of it for creating abbreviated wheels? I like the simple visual format, but I'd like some feedback on the actual wheels produced (how good are they). You need to pay a subscription to get full use of the software and I don't want to sign up without having some feedback of its efficacy or not. Thanks.

    I don't have the answer to your specific question, but I will tell you that I have two software programs and belong to another site that has wheels.  I can tell you that the wheels that are on Lottery Post are the best. 

     

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      Posted: August 16, 2005, 2:02 pm - IP Logged

      Hi, yes but I'm looking for software that produces pick 7 wheels and Lottery Post doesn't seem to offer this as far as I can tell (or am I looking in the wrong place)???

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        Posted: August 16, 2005, 2:05 pm - IP Logged

        Hi, yes but I'm looking for software that produces pick 7 wheels and Lottery Post doesn't seem to offer this as far as I can tell (or am I looking in the wrong place)???

        No, LP does not have pick 7 wheels.  Sorry, you didn't say what kind of wheels you were looking for in your first post.

        I think there is another thread asking about pick 7 wheels.  You might look there.

         


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          Posted: August 16, 2005, 2:31 pm - IP Logged

          That site's information for the Virginia games is out of date.  The number of balls is incorrect, and they refer to Lotto South under its old name The Big Game.

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            Posted: August 16, 2005, 3:11 pm - IP Logged

            If you're looking to do a Pick 7 Key Wheel, just use a Pick 6 Abbreviated wheel, and add your key number to every line.

             

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              Posted: August 16, 2005, 3:41 pm - IP Logged

              Try http://www.lottogenius.com/ The wheels are pretty good for built on the fly online, as are the template wheels, but wheels need to be optimized for hours to be at their tightest and the site doesn't do that.  The real trick with wheel building is to stop in the 90% range as even a sloppy build is still close to a quality build up to about 90%, closing the wheel to 100% can take as many additional lines as the first 90%.

              infinitysymbol, go here http://www.ldir.com and download the free demo copy of Lottery Director, it comes with hundreds of wheels including those for Pick-7 games. You can use the software free forever the only thing you can't do is save hand updated draw history with the demo, but the wheeling and filtering always works.  The wheels are on a par with Lottogenie.  If you filter apply a light touch as removing even one line trashes the guarantee, this is why wheels having some slack are better for filtering.

              You can also go to http://www.lotto-logix.com/wheellinks.html and download a copy of CoverMaster v54 (not v55.2 unless you apply for the password) CoverMaster does do Pick-7 wheels though there is a bug that makes them test about 2% below, not a problem if you want a build below 100% anyway.  Wheels are on a par with the above.  The cool thing about CoverMaster is you can build a small tight wheel and lock it in and build a larger loose wheel around it for insurance. Put your better numbers up front in the strong wheel and your questionable numbers further back.  Good luck. BobP



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                Posted: August 16, 2005, 5:37 pm - IP Logged

                Are there any seven numbers games in the U.S.?  OhioSuperLottoPlus draw seven numbers, but the players can only play 6 numbers, the seventh one is a bonus number to be used by winners of the lower tiers prizes.

                 * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
                   
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                  Posted: August 19, 2005, 2:21 am - IP Logged

                  Are there any seven numbers games in the U.S.?  OhioSuperLottoPlus draw seven numbers, but the players can only play 6 numbers, the seventh one is a bonus number to be used by winners of the lower tiers prizes.

                  Across Canada there is a Super 7/47 +B game that draws Fridays.  Also the huge portal iwon.com offers a free 7/50 game.  BobP