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Posted: December 25, 2005, 1:58 am - IP Logged

Come on, we're on this site because we want to win the lottery!  And there's no better way to win the lottery than to be able to reliably predict the right number, due to computer glitches.

 So let's force every state to use the same computer-drawing system as Kansas.  And post to LP when you make the switch, so we know what to watch for!

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    Posted: December 25, 2005, 2:20 am - IP Logged

    Talk about travelers...LOL The epitamy of travelers.

    You see....it's the tornadoes that rattle through Kansas, and cause the glitches, seeee?

    Then the tornadoes carry that night's drawing all over the country, and spread the wealth, just like Santa.

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      Posted: December 25, 2005, 2:05 pm - IP Logged

      Come on, we're on this site because we want to win the lottery!  And there's no better way to win the lottery than to be able to reliably predict the right number, due to computer glitches.

       So let's force every state to use the same computer-drawing system as Kansas.  And post to LP when you make the switch, so we know what to watch for!

       Wink

      That's a very short-sighted view.  For a good example of how ill-informed it is, maybe you should check out the Indiana (Hoosier) Lottery.  LosingJeff can fill you in on how their computerized drawings produce fewer winners than most states by far, and certainly totally out of proportion of the state population / player base.

      Don't you see?  It's a myth that the RNG will make the drawings more predictable.  On the contrary, it makes it easier for them to make you NOT win.

      I suspect you are just trolling to stir up controversy, because any true lottery fan/player who has researched this topic knows that computerized drawings are the worst-possible drawing method, and is firmly and adamantly against them.

       

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        Posted: December 25, 2005, 2:33 pm - IP Logged

         

        Surely Bingo Long was being sarcastic. Right, BL?

         

         

         

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          Posted: December 25, 2005, 9:20 pm - IP Logged

          I have won more via coputerized drawings for pick 3, but it does not mean I necessarily enjoy them, or trust them. I believe balls are much more fair, and draw less suspicion. Plus it is also a lot more fun to watch the balls spinning.

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            Posted: December 25, 2005, 10:53 pm - IP Logged

            I just did this in response to this thread, so I have not had the time to analyze it.  But I think you will find what appears to be abnormalities in both the Ball drawings and the Computer drawings. 

            California (Computer)
            Mostly High = 36.7%  Mostly Low = 63.3%
            Even Sums = 46.7%  Odd Sums = 53.3%
            Most Drawn Digit = 0 (36.7%)
            Least Drawn Digit = 5 (10.0%)

            Connecticut (Balls)
            Mostly High = 38.5%  Mostly Low = 61.6%
            Even Sums = 38.4%  Odd Sums = 61.5%
            Most Drawn Digit = 3 (42.3%)
            Least Drawn Digit = 0 (15.4%)

            Delaware (Computer)
            Mostly High = 43.4%  Mostly Low = 56.6%
            Even Sums = 40.0%  Odd Sums = 60.0%
            Most Drawn Digit = 3 (43.3%)
            Least Drawn Digit = 2/9 (16.7%)

            Georgia (Balls)
            Mostly High = 40.0%  Mostly Low = 60.0%
            Even Sums = 53.4%  Odd Sums = 46.7%
            Most Drawn Digit = 5 (36.7%)
            Least Drawn Digit = 9 (10.0%)

            Illinois/Iowa (Balls)
            Mostly High = 56.6%  Mostly Low = 43.3%
            Even Sums = 33.3%  Odd Sums = 66.7%
            Most Drawn Digit = 5 (43.3%)
            Least Drawn Digit = 1 (16.7%)

            Indiana (Computer)
            Mostly High = 60.0%  Mostly Low = 40.0%
            Even Sums = 33.3%  Odd Sums = 66.7%
            Most Drawn Digit = 9 (50.0%)
            Least Drawn Digit = 6/7 (16.7%)

            Kentucky (Balls)
            Mostly High = 53.3%  Mostly Low = 46.6%
            Even Sums = 40.0%  Odd Sums = 60.0%
            Most Drawn Digit = 1 (36.7%)
            Least Drawn Digit = 4 (16.7%)

            Maine Tri-State (Balls)
            Mostly High = 43.3%  Mostly Low = 56.7%
            Even Sums = 40.0%  Odd Sums = 60.0%
            Most Drawn Digit = 6 (40%)
            Least Drawn Digit = 1/5 (16.7%)

            Maryland (Balls)
            Mostly High = 46.6%  Mostly Low = 53.3%
            Even Sums = 60.0%  Odd Sums = 40.0%
            Most Drawn Digit = 1/3/6/7 (33.3%)
            Least Drawn Digit = 8 (16.7%)

            Michigan (Balls)
            Mostly High = 70.0%  Mostly Low = 30.0%
            Even Sums = 56.7%  Odd Sums = 43.3%
            Most Drawn Digit = 6 (60.0%)
            Least Drawn Digit = 2 (13.3%

            Missouri (Computer)
            Mostly High = 46.6%  Mostly Low = 53.4%
            Even Sums = 63.4%  Odd Sums = 36.7%
            Most Drawn Digit = 2 (40.0%)
            Least Drwan Digit = 3 (6.7%)

            New Jersey (Balls)
            Mostly High = 50.0%  Mostly Low = 50.0%
            Even Sums = 50.0%  Odd Sums = 50.0%
            Most Drawn Digit = 7 (46.7%)
            Least Drawn Digit = 6 (10.0%)

            New York (Balls)
            Mostly High = 50.0%  Mostly Low = 50.0%
            Even Sums = 53.3%  Odd Sums = 46.7%
            Most Drawn Digit = 2 (43.3%)
            Least Drawn Digit = 0 (13.3%)

            Ohio (Balls)
            Mostly High = 43.4%  Mostly Low = 56.7%
            Even Sums = 56.7%  Odd Sums = 43.3%
            Most Drawn Digit = 2 (53.3%)
            Least Drawn Digit = 9 (13.3%)

            Pennsylvania (Computer)
            Mostly High = 43.3%  Mostly Low = 56.7%
            Even Sums = 46.6%  Odd Sums = 53.4%
            Most Drawn Digit = 1 (40.0%)
            Least Drawn Digit = 5 (6.7%)

            South Carolina (Balls)
            Mostly High = 36.6%  Mostly Low = 63.3%
            Even Sums = 53.4%  Odd Sums = 46.6%
            Most Drawn Digit = 2 (40.0%)
            Least Drawn Digit = 6 (13.3%)

            Tennessee (Balls)
            Mostly High = 50.0%  Mostly Low = 50.0%
            Even Sums = 56.6%  Odd Sums = 43.3%
            Most Drawn Digit = 8 (40.0%)
            Least Drawn Digit = 0 (13.3%)

            Texas (Balls)
            Mostly High = 40.0%  Mostly Low = 60.0%
            Even Sums = 63.4%  Odd Sums = 36.6%
            Most Drawn Digit = 0 (43.3%)
            Least Drawn Digit = 6 (16.7%)

            Virginia (Balls)
            Mostly High = 53.4%  Mostly Low = 46.6%
            Even Sums = 56.7%  Odd Sums = 43.3%
            Most Drawn Digit = 6/8 (36.7%)
            Least Drawn Digit = 2 (13.3%)

            Washington D.C. (Computer)
            Mostly High = 46.7%  Mostly Low = 53.3%
            Even Sums = 60.0%  Odd Sums = 40.0%
            Most Drawn Digit = 1 (43.3%)
            Least Drawn Digit = 8 (16.7%)

             

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              Poway CA (San Diego County)
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              Posted: December 25, 2005, 10:54 pm - IP Logged

              BTW, those are the Midday drawings for those states for the past 30 days.

               

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                Posted: December 25, 2005, 11:46 pm - IP Logged

                I Agree! CalifDude

                Check out the thread on 4's gone wild. I found 4 repeating like crazy all month. Ball drawing.

                Computers I would bet on to have a glitch more often then balls but your list up  there shows that both machines have a bias big time to certain #'s.

                PP

                Good luck to everyone!!!