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what computerized state is easiest

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what computerized state is easiest to hit?

california [ 4 ]  [22.22%]
indiana [ 2 ]  [11.11%]
oregon [ 0 ]  [0.00%]
missouri [ 4 ]  [22.22%]
wisconsin [ 0 ]  [0.00%]
delaware [ 2 ]  [11.11%]
minnesota [ 1 ]  [5.56%]
new mexico [ 0 ]  [0.00%]
arizona [ 0 ]  [0.00%]
other [ 5 ]  [27.78%]
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what computerized state do you think is easiest to hit on numbers?

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    Posted: April 1, 2006, 8:44 am - IP Logged

    i'd have to say missouri is easiest.its a shame they went to computer draws.....

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      Posted: April 1, 2006, 11:44 am - IP Logged

      The combinations are the same, be it manual or computer draw. It's the STRATEGY (and sometimes luck) that determines whether or not you will win.

       

        Tenaj's avatar - michellea
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        The combinations are the same, be it manual or computer draw. It's the STRATEGY (and sometimes luck) that determines whether or not you will win.

         

        Yes NodImpressive! Finally somebody is saying something with some sense. lol 

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          Posted: April 1, 2006, 12:03 pm - IP Logged

          If anyone had a strategy that worked better with manual draws than computer draws, I can understand why they would prefer manual drawings over computers, but as with ALL things, we must adapt and evolve.

          Good Luck! Thumbs Up

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            Posted: April 1, 2006, 12:09 pm - IP Logged

            LOL! Thanks Tenaj  Smile 

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              Posted: April 2, 2006, 5:34 pm - IP Logged

              depending on the state it is harder to hit on computer draws than ball draws.i hardly ever get a hit in california,delaware or louisiana and all three are computerized.........

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                Posted: April 19, 2006, 12:01 am - IP Logged

                If anyone had a strategy that worked better with manual draws than computer draws, I can understand why they would prefer manual drawings over computers, but as with ALL things, we must adapt and evolve.

                Good Luck! Thumbs Up

                I disagree with this statement, from the perspective that giving in to computerized drawings is the wrong approach.  Computerized drawings are bad for lotteries in general, and true fans of the games should continue to fight their implementation.

                You can bet that the lotteries will be (and HAVE BEEN) hesitant to switch over to computerized drawings, when people are so vocally adamant against them.

                I can't wait for the day when a state lottery announces that they will be reverting from computerized drawings back to ball machines.  THAT will be a great day!

                 

                Check the State Lottery Report Card
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                Sign the Petition for True Lottery Drawings
                Help eliminate computerized drawings!

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                  Posted: April 19, 2006, 12:02 am - IP Logged

                  Lottomike,

                  I just wanted to mention that I enjoy your polls, thanks for posting! 

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                  Check the State Lottery Report Card
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                  Sign the Petition for True Lottery Drawings
                  Help eliminate computerized drawings!

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                    Posted: April 19, 2006, 7:24 am - IP Logged

                    thanks todd!!

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                      Posted: April 19, 2006, 10:41 am - IP Logged

                      depending on the state it is harder to hit on computer draws than ball draws.i hardly ever get a hit in california,delaware or louisiana and all three are computerized.........

                      Lottomike,

                      Wow ... it's ironic that you say that because I hit in both California and Delaware on the same day last week at the Coin Site.  I have to agree with you, though, in that it is harder to hit on computer draws in some states ..... or just computer draws in general.  Computers ARE NOT as random as they are deemed to be.

                      My advise to you all ......... please sign the petition to get rid of computerized drawings.  Ball draws take some of the "slime ball" element out of the lottery and put some form of integrity back into them in general.  Computerized drawings are much like the Wizard of Oz ..... you can't see the little man behind the curtain who is manipulating everything but when he is finally revealed, you find that he is a total trickster.

                      Pardon the analogy.

                      Good Luck,

                      John

                      BOW WOW WOW ......

                      ...... YIPPY YOH YIPPY YAY!!!

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                        Posted: April 19, 2006, 11:05 am - IP Logged

                        depending on the state it is harder to hit on computer draws than ball draws.i hardly ever get a hit in california,delaware or louisiana and all three are computerized.........

                        Lottomike,

                        Wow ... it's ironic that you say that because I hit in both California and Delaware on the same day last week at the Coin Site.  I have to agree with you, though, in that it is harder to hit on computer draws in some states ..... or just computer draws in general.  Computers ARE NOT as random as they are deemed to be.

                        My advise to you all ......... please sign the petition to get rid of computerized drawings.  Ball draws take some of the "slime ball" element out of the lottery and put some form of integrity back into them in general.  Computerized drawings are much like the Wizard of Oz ..... you can't see the little man behind the curtain who is manipulating everything but when he is finally revealed, you find that he is a total trickster.

                        Pardon the analogy.

                        Good Luck,

                        John

                        Brilliant analogy IMHO!! 

                        Mushrooms are kept in the dark and fed a diet  of "compost" ...   same with drawings that take place behind closed doors done by machines that come up with  "random" numbers announced after the fact. 

                        Seems I read somewhere but can't find the article that RNG's were originally developed to test whether the mind could have an effect on the outcome of test runs.  Also believe that there has been some proof that it can in small ways.

                        I like to see what the balls do all by themselves, televised live for everyone to watch.  If you see it for yourself there is finality as to what actually happened.  If seeing a drawing isn't important, then why to PB, MM and other lotteries have drawing videos viewable on their sites?????      Cheers

                        Good luck to everyone!

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                          Posted: April 19, 2006, 12:05 pm - IP Logged

                          Computers and their programs are too easily manipulated.  There is a far greater opportunity to arrange a certain outcome with a computer than with ball machines.  Therefore, RNG machines should be outlawed!

                          We are trusting the people behind the computer to do the right things and you know what happens when we assume things are going right; especailly when politicians and/or their employees are involved.