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Posted: April 22, 2006, 2:53 pm - IP Logged
tnteaAtlantic CanadaKeno AtlanticMatch 1008-12-15-17-23-25-36-63-66-6901-08-12-15-17-19-21-23-24-25-26-27-31-36-37-47-62-63-66-69$250,000
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    Posted: April 23, 2006, 9:41 am - IP Logged

    Looks as though Tennessee might decide keno's not such a good idea after all.

    Good job, tntea

    Jack

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      Posted: April 23, 2006, 1:01 pm - IP Logged

      Rip glad to see ya posting again Tennessee has nothing to fear implementing a keno drawing Keno is a big money maker because of the tremendous odds of wining the game here is a link to Atlantic Canada you can check dates for the results. I looked at about 15 past draws and no top tier winner.

       


      http://www.alc.ca/English/ALCProducts/JackpotsDraws/KenoAtlantic/PrizePayout.aspx?date=21/4/2006

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        Posted: April 23, 2006, 1:25 pm - IP Logged

        Hi Larry:

        Thanks for the reply.

        Atlantic Canada never had tntea playing.  Watch her dust.  Lady's got it figured out after only a week.  Giv'er a state keno game and a month of practice on LP and she'll be buying a hundred tickets a day with the same 10 numbers on them.

        That's my view, anyway.

        Jack

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        It's about number behavior.

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          ya got to figure if you have 50 lines of numbers 10 spot and spread out over the number range. play the same 50 sets of numbers every day your gonna win some parts of the money pool. And well just might hit the 10 spot. As she did.

          Most of the keno players i know including myself play the same set of numbers until they hit. i have hit 8 of 10 a few times.    

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            Larry:

            Guess we'll just have to watch the Keno games on the predictions page a while to see what happens.  I've never tried playing the same numbers every day for predicting.  Might be a better approach than the ones I've been trying out. 

             Maybe that's what Ms. tntea's doing.  I haven't watched the specifics of her predictions on keno, but I noticed she was posting predictions a couple of days ago, her and Rick G.  I've got a feeling they'll both surprise some folks if they keep at it.

            Jack

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            It's about number behavior.

            Egos don't count.

             

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              Posted: April 23, 2006, 2:21 pm - IP Logged
              Rip ya can check all the prediction for each individual poster. By clicking their user name and view their predictions. When I check for situations like this I use the calendar associated with their picks and copy them for reference then look back to when they first posted them. lottomike has been using the same picks for match 5/6 games for a long time.
              tntea for the keno draw I think since April 14th.
              It's no big deal matter of fact a good idea. A well selected set of numbers should result in some good stats, over time as lottomike an others have shown with their results.
              It might in fact be a good idea as I usually change my selections all the time which could account for my not winning as much as often as I should. Sticking with certain numbers selection might be better than chasing numbers.

              After those particular sets stop winning adjust the selections and go for another run at it.

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                Posted: April 23, 2006, 3:13 pm - IP Logged

                Thanks Larry:

                I'm still trying a number of different things on all the games, using the predictions page to keep track of whether one way works better than another. 

                Since I don't play keno, for me it's just a fun exercise in trying to understand general number behaviors that allows the LP software to do all the work for me on the record keeping end.  I use it on all the lotteries, since I can't play outside New Mexico.

                If I ever decide there's nothing more to be learned from switching around all the time, I'll try staying with one set, as you suggest.  However, I can't see much point in posting a single set of numbers to predictions page day after day, for me.  The only reason I post anything there is a matter of bookkeeping, which wouldn't be useful if I weren't trying different methods of trying to beat the unbeatable. 

                Jack

                 

                 

                 

                Absorb the good, ignore the bad, weigh the ugly.

                It's about number behavior.

                Egos don't count.

                 

                Dedicated to the memory of Big Loooser

                 

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                  Posted: April 23, 2006, 4:52 pm - IP Logged

                  Jack and Larry,

                  Interesting discussion re: keeping the same numbers and changing them daily. I would prefer to follow the game and change them daily, but with 70 numbers to handicap that's a pretty tall order. I'm going to try Keno for a week to see how it goes one day at a time. ( My first try yesterday I only had $4 won with $25 predicted so we'll see...a week should give a pretty good indication of how tough those odds are to simply stay close to even). Jack seems to be doing well enough at it. I'll be using my same set of numbers for the week if I stay with it only because handicapping 70 numbers turned out to be pretty time-consuming. It would be difficult to do that on a daily basis unless it was the only game one was playing.

                  It looks like a fun game....but definitely challenging.

                  Let's go, Keno!   Thumbs Up

                  Posted 4/6:  IL Pick 3 midday and evening until they hit:  555, 347 (str8).


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                    Posted: April 23, 2006, 4:59 pm - IP Logged

                    Rip ya can post for one drawing up to 7 drawings same set of numbers.

                    guys i'll get back to you on my thoughts about the idea i posted.  

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                      Posted: April 23, 2006, 5:19 pm - IP Logged

                      Thanks Larry:

                      Looking forward to hearing how it plays out for you.

                      Rick, if you make those keno numbers talk the way you've been doing with Pick 5s and sixes, this is going to be a memorable ride just watching your dust.

                      Jack

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                      It's about number behavior.

                      Egos don't count.

                       

                      Dedicated to the memory of Big Loooser

                       

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                        Posted: April 23, 2006, 6:01 pm - IP Logged
                        Here are Atlantic Canada's last 10 draw results see how so many numbers repeated over the last 10 draws this is a mechanical ball drawing. 20/70

                        Draw Date Results
                        Sat, Apr 22, 2006>  02-09-12-14-19-20-28-29-32-33-36-40-46-47-49-58-61-63-66-69
                        Fri, Apr 21, 2006>   01-08-12-15-17-19-21-23-24-25-26-27-31-36-37-47-62-63-66-69
                        Thu, Apr 20, 2006>  03-06-17-18-19-26-29-32-33-34-45-48-50-52-56-57-59-63-67-69
                        Wed, Apr 19, 2006> 01-03-06-11-17-20-22-25-30-46-47-53-56-57-58-61-64-65-66-69
                        Tue, Apr 18, 2006>  03-04-06-08-09-12-13-26-35-42-47-49-56-60-61-62-63-64-65-69
                        Mon, Apr 17, 2006> 04-06-07-09-11-16-20-24-25-26-30-38-39-49-51-56-59-60-68-70
                        Sun, Apr 16, 2006> 01-02-04-08-09-16-17-30-32-38-40-41-43-53-54-56-58-61-66-68
                        Sat, Apr 15, 2006>  04-05-12-18-19-24-28-32-37-38-41-49-53-56-58-62-66-68-69-70
                        Fri, Apr 14, 2006>  02-12-17-18-21-24-26-28-33-37-38-39-40-42-43-51-59-67-68-70
                        Thu, Apr 13, 2006> 02-03-08-09-10-12-13-14-18-33-35-39-40-42-48-52-56-61-66-68

                        they didn't draw these two. 44 - 55
                        From what I see here I would make two assumptions. It seems to be a fairly even spread of numbers and in looking for say the next 10 or more lines to predict and play I would add the 2 missing digits.

                        then fill in the gaps on each line with numbers they didn't select in those lines. like using Saturday's April 22 line
                        03.05.07.15.22.30.42.48.51.62. you would create 1-2-3-4-5 lines to reflect the numbers not drawn in these lines. Adding numbers not used and another 1-2-3-4-5 lines using combinations of numbers they drew with numbers they didn't draw. Now depending on what ones budget is will depend on how many lines on would play. personally if i were going after the top prize 10 spot i might forgo pick 3/4 drawing and concentrate on winning the keno draw spending 20 bucks a night.

                         

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                          Posted: April 23, 2006, 10:16 pm - IP Logged

                          Nice info, Larry.  I might have to take  a shot at that method sometime soon.

                           

                           Gracias,

                          Jack

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                          It's about number behavior.

                          Egos don't count.

                           

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                            Posted: April 23, 2006, 10:29 pm - IP Logged

                            I love keno but it it can be rather expensive here in Mass. as we play every 4 minutes from early morning to late night. I might try using your set of missing numbers and see how it plays out for a few games here. Thanks

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                              Atlantic keno drawn numbers 4/23/06
                              04-05-14-18-20-25-26-27-28-29-31-40-43-46-47-48-55-59-65-69

                              Mine for this lil demonstration.
                              03.05.07.15.22.30.42.48.51.62.

                              And in the drawing tonight 4/23/06 on the prediction board I lost money. I used Todd's qpick generator to generate 50 lines then I altered most of the lines and put my numbers in.

                              keno is a strange game in that just like the other drawings nobody knows what the numbers going to be. So you try different stuff till you get something going. if you know how to use Todd's tools for stats analysis you might find common denominator numbers to input into the lines your going to play.

                              I think keno players like to guess what the numbers are going to be and fill out play slips with their favorite numbers. Some might get a scratch sheet and filter hot and cold numbers then after viewing several drawings make a calculated guess as to what numbers to pick.