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# WOW ! winning jackpot system at last!

Topic closed. 223 replies. Last post 11 years ago by PadawanLotto.

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 Posted: April 16, 2006, 1:31 pm - IP Logged

I do not have a copy of Expert Lotto.  From what I am reading, the program seems to have some potential.  It is comforting to know the program will produce the winning number set if the parameters are "right".  But should one set the parameters "right" I was wondering how many combinations would the program produce.  Unless the number of combinations is less than 15 or twenty, i would think only Bill Gates could afford to play all combinations.

I read somewhere in here that the number of combinations depends on the range.  That I understand.  But I still do not know how many combinations the right range or the right parameters will produce.  Can anyone give me a clue to the answer?

Using -5 +5 gave me one ticket (the winning ticket) using -10 +10 gave me 156 tickets (the winning ticket +).  If I use say -7 +7 it might give me 15 tickets.  Hope this answered your question.

NASHVILLE, TENN
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Thanks, Maryland.  That is the precise answer for which I was seeking.

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The values you use don't have to be the same as in -10 +10. It could be -3 +13, -13 +3 etc.  If you happen to use Expert Lotto (All ideas are appreciated )

Clearwater, FL
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I think that one of the most difficult things about the Winning Numbers History is not only that the simulation may predict a sum value moving one direction and the actual drawing is in the other direction but, when the prediction is correct, say an increase in the sim value but the actual drawing the sum value moves up 25 to 50 or more, it's not easy to cover that.

Example using the Ohio Rolling Cash 5 for the 04/15 drawing: The sum value in column -10 is 3428, the simulation predicts a decrease of -12, but the actual drawing the value dropped -42

Tangier
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Hi,

It look like Expert lotto start to be catching with a lot of players here.

Did any one try to use EL for pick 4 or 3 ???

mid-Ohio
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Have you back tested and found any of the predictions in the past to be accurate?  What percent of the time were they accurate and how many lines did you need to win some money?

* you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket *

Clearwater, FL
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Hi,

It look like Expert lotto start to be catching with a lot of players here.

Did any one try to use EL for pick 4 or 3 ???

Expert Lotto is not set up for Pick 3/4 games.

Tangier
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 Posted: April 17, 2006, 4:37 pm - IP Logged

That's true,

but if for exemple your pick 4 results are  5- 4 - 5 and 9  on date april 14 ,2006

you can change them in XL  to be like this 15 - 24 - 35 and 49 (by addin 10 to first digit,20 to 2d digit...)

load this data to your EL and voila EL can do pick 4 and pick 3 games .When you want to generate ticket

select in genrator numbers from 10 to 49 and in filter number position choose first number from 10 to 19

this mean 0 to 9 in position 1.Second number from 20 to 29 this mean 0 to 9 in position 2 ect...

try it and you see (i have been using Expert lotto to play pick 4 for long time and it give a very

good winning result ) .

Clearwater, FL
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Hi morocco,

I'm new to Expert Lotto and trying to learn how to work with it. The analysis capabilities are fantastic.

Smyrna, DE
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Thanks Morocco for that tip on how to do pick 3 and 4.  I had thought of using Expert Lotto in some way for that, but had not yet pursued it since I'm still trying to learn about all of its features.  I had not investigated the Statistics reports until PadawanLotto mentioned them somewhere...either here or on Expert Lotto site. Just got into looking at those reports yesterday.

Clearwater, FL
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 Posted: April 17, 2006, 6:47 pm - IP Logged

Have you back tested and found any of the predictions in the past to be accurate?  What percent of the time were they accurate and how many lines did you need to win some money?

OK, I just went back the last 11 drawings of RC5 working with WN History looking for accuracy in probability.

Movement predictions (increase/decrease): 53% accurate.

67% of the avg sum +/-10 values out of the 53% of the correct movement predictions were accurate.

The best single prediction on 4/7 was 8 out of 11 correct movement predictions and 8 avg sum +/-10 were correct out of the 8 correct movements.

The worst single prediction on 4/12 was 2 out of 11 correct movement predictions and 1 avg sum +/-10 was correct out of the 2 correct movements.

Clearwater, FL
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What I'm starting to see in the WN History is that you have 11 pennies labeled increase/decrease. The next drawing flips each penny 1 time and WN History Simulation tries to guess how they will land, increase or decrease. Now for each one of the pennies that it guessed right you have that amount of pennies (Sum Avg. +/-10) that must be flipped 1 time labeled hit/miss.

First, it's unlikely that all 11 pennies will land on its predicted side.

Next, it's unlikely that the pennies, that did land correctly the first toss will all land correctly on the second toss.

Is this depressing or expected news?

Finding away to work with this knowledge to make it a worth while and profitable effort equals a lot more time, study, and research.

Clearwater, FL
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 Posted: April 17, 2006, 9:20 pm - IP Logged

Have you back tested and found any of the predictions in the past to be accurate?  What percent of the time were they accurate and how many lines did you need to win some money?

OK, I just went back the last 11 drawings of RC5 working with WN History looking for accuracy in probability.

Movement predictions (increase/decrease): 53% accurate.

67% of the avg sum +/-10 values out of the 53% of the correct movement predictions were accurate.

The best single prediction on 4/7 was 8 out of 11 correct movement predictions and 8 avg sum +/-10 were correct out of the 8 correct movements.

The worst single prediction on 4/12 was 2 out of 11 correct movement predictions and 1 avg sum +/-10 was correct out of the 2 correct movements.

OK, let me back up a little here. I just realized that I have over looked some important statisics and I must recalculate the information that I have gathered.

mid-Ohio
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 Posted: April 18, 2006, 12:38 am - IP Logged

I've been trying to predict a winner with my homegrown software.  I play MegaMillions more than I do RC5.  Back testing and real time experiences have shown that I can expect to match3 27% of the time with 25 to 35 lines.  While that may be beating the odds, I can still end up in the poor house if I don't watch my budget.

* you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket *

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 Posted: April 18, 2006, 3:29 am - IP Logged

If you save it for pots above 200 it should be ok. What would be the normal odds for matching 3 with 35 lines covered?

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