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Posted: September 12, 2005, 9:59 am - IP Logged

Hello everyone in LP..... I'm in search for pick 5 or 6 software... I only play in NJ.. If any one know any good software to use please let me know... I've tried trial version of lotto pro 2005, but it's not worked for me that well... Please let me know if any one knows any good info... Thanks

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    Lotto Pro is good software, if by not worked for you, you meant you didn't win big before the trial period was over then you're going to be disappointed with any software unless you get lucky.  You probably already knew that if you've been reading this forum since you joined LP.  Good luck to you.

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      Posted: September 12, 2005, 5:56 pm - IP Logged

      Here are the Best programs for Pick-6 "Lotto-Hat","Lotto-Creo Pro","Lottery Director","LotWin 2005","LS2004" and "Lotto-Architect" now if your looking for software that will select and wheel the numbers for you then I suggest "Max-HitPro","Lotto-Architect",and "Lotto-Creo Pro".Your other option is software that analyses numbers and number variables for the player too choose a group of numbers too wheel and add filters too reduce the combinations.If your not skilled in number selection/filtering then you will be wasting your time and money        "Lotto-Hat","Lottery Director","LS2004" and "LotWin 2005" are good "Analysis" software the other 3 programs I mentioned are considered "Forecasting" software.

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        Posted: September 12, 2005, 8:03 pm - IP Logged

        Advantage Plus is also another very fine software for the Pick 6 in any state that has all of the features of the above mentioned software packages.

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          Posted: September 14, 2005, 11:16 am - IP Logged

          What's the best software or strategies for playing NJ Cash 5 game... I only intrested in playing nj cash 5 game.. Please let me know.. I just looked at two website Gail Howard and Ldir.com....... but I don't understand which one to use.. I know Ldir has no time limit to purchase..... Just wondering what's the best thing to use for pick 5..... Thanks

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            Posted: September 18, 2005, 11:16 pm - IP Logged

            Because the NJ Pick-5 is a 5/40 game you are better off not playing it when you are so verylucky to still have a 6/49 game to play.  In this case I would suggest you go to http://www.lotto-logix.com/lottosoft.html and grab a free copy of Lottery Cracker 2 which handles 6/49, though you have to type in your own data, but I would ignore that part and just use the full selection which generates 8 lines in good balances using all the numbers, but one.  This is the most powerful thing you can do at a reasonable playing cost if you don't know what the winning numbers will be within a group small enough to wheel.  I guess you could use the same lines and discard the last number on each line for Pick-5 though it may take several runs to find a set that would work for.  BobP
             

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              Posted: September 19, 2005, 11:54 am - IP Logged

              Actually, the NJ Pick 5/40 game is still much better odds than the NJ Pick 6/49 game!

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                Posted: September 19, 2005, 1:18 pm - IP Logged

                Actually, the NJ Pick 5/40 game is still much better odds than the NJ Pick 6/49 game!

                Agreed.

                BobP, you wrote "because the NJ Pick-5 is a 5/40 game you are better off not playing it when you are so verylucky to still have a 6/49 game to play." May I ask why you believe that? Just curious.

                I often favor playing lower odds games, especially the Fatasy 5 games, since you have a better chance of winning something. And I've actually won more money playing the pick 5 games. One of my strategies is to try to win a pick 5 jackpot and then use some of that money to play more combinations in Lotto South, FLA MegaMoney, Power Ball, and MegaMillions over a short time period. So there are times I play only pick 5 games and skip the pick 6, PB, and MM.

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                  Posted: September 19, 2005, 1:27 pm - IP Logged

                  I only play pick 5 and sometime pick 6... There are more chance on pick 5 than pick 6, but no luck yet... I've used Lotto pro 2005, Lotto creo 5.0, and many more software to see if any software would help to increse your chance to hit jackpot, but it's all is bad...I hardly get 1 number right out of 5....  I think it's just depends on your luck that's all I can say.. Still trying to figure out on pick 5....

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                    Posted: September 19, 2005, 2:30 pm - IP Logged

                    If you're not getting at least a 2of5 every 10 tickets or so then you're doing worst than random or QPs.

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                      Posted: September 19, 2005, 3:01 pm - IP Logged

                      The best Pick 5 and Pick 6 wheel software can be found right here at Lottery Post.

                      Platinum members get access to the complete slate of wheels, and Gold members get everything except the Abbreviated wheels.

                      The wheels here are among the best available anywhere, and Lottery Post has the best Full Wheel filtering (custom wheels) that I have yet to see.  Not only do the custom wheels have tremendous depth of features, but they are also tremendously easy to use -- something most stand-alone software packages can't claim.  If you've ever checked out stand-alone packages you'd know what I mean.  Learning how to use each one can be a chore in and of itself.

                      The other bonus is that as a Lottery Post Premium member, you get access to a huge array of other features.

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                        Posted: September 22, 2005, 4:31 am - IP Logged

                        "Lotto-Hat" "Lotto-Architect" and "LS2004" also have the "Best" wheeling capabilities in a software package.

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                          Posted: September 24, 2005, 1:04 am - IP Logged

                          When it comes to playing combinations, six numbers buy much more prize winning power then five.

                          If you understand Pick-3 wheeling, you know it takes 20 lines to cover 6 digits and only 10 lines to cover 5 digits.  (all different no doubles)

                          What this means, is our single Pick-6 line has 20 ways to produce a 3# win, while our single Pick-5 line has only 10 ways to produce a 3# win.

                          When it comes to Pick-4 wheeling it takes 15 lines to cover 6 digits and only 5 lines to cover 5 digits. (all different no doubles)

                          What this means, is our single Pick-6 line has 15 ways to produce a 4# win, while our single Pick-5 line has only 5 says to produce a 4# win.

                          This is why Pick-5 wheeling provides such poor coverage compared to Pick-6 wheeling.  You can make a 4if5of6in9number wheel in only 3 lines, how many lines do you need to guarantee a 4# Pick-5 win with 9 numbers?  A 4if6in12 wheel costs only 6 lines and is made of two 4if5of6in9 wheels giving you multiple ways to win.  Sorry to say there is nothing like this for Pick-5.

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                          When it comes to Pick-5# prizes, the  5# jackpot beats a Pick-6 5# prize hands down, but lacks the potential to generate millions in return.  If $50,000. or $100,000. is more then what you need it's easier to win with Pick-5, but if you need a couple of million to do things right and share the wealth then a good Pick-6 is the way to go.  Once we settle on a Pick-6 we want a game with a balance of good prizes against reasonable odds, like a 6/42 to 6/49 game. 

                          Some Pick-5 games like the Florida 5/36 are better because they offer a 2# free QP prize and when there is no jackpot winner roll down the prize money down into the lower tiers which can make for an interesting 4# prize possibility of between $100. to $1,000. 

                          As for winning Pick-5, so you can afford to play Pick-6 right, let me know how that strategy works out for you.  BobP