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Lottosync - remeber these words Marco ?

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hosni's avatar - hosni
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Posted: May 5, 2006, 1:40 pm - IP Logged

LottoSync is still in business. The web site is still up.  Marco is still working on v1.8 and will not be discussing progress until it is finished.  BobP

 

Yo BobP and others. I heard from Guru on 25 April. Here in part is his message:  "Some people ask me how it is possible that it takes so long to make an update of lottosync. The answer is... programming this update is only a tiny tiny fraction of the work I'm doing. The real deal is figuring out how to improve results and how to incorparate new findings in the engine. (and testing them endlessly ofcourse) It has gone far beyond what I initially planned. I know that waiting so long with a release is bad marketing, but I'm not interested in the profit from the sales. I'm interested in finding answers to questions.
I could have decided to implement the things that other software packages use. Like frequencies... Hot.. Cold... Due... Or some fancy formula based on 666 an the number PI. Or I could have implemented some sort of dated regression analisys model from an old book in the library... NO NO NO...
Instead I decided to try something completely different... Building new roads is far slower than walking the existing ones, but my roads may take me to places unseen before."
Lookin' good!  Escondido, CA John

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    He has promised too much and charged too much for his software.
    That makes it hard for him to be able to release an improved enough version which makes people feel they get their money's worth.

    If he charged 30-40 dollar instead of 80-120 dollar people would not have too much expectations of new versions of his software.

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      Posted: May 7, 2006, 12:54 am - IP Logged

      This information is only for Lotto Sync owners sitting with what seems like worthless software waiting for version 1.8 DO NOT BUY 1.7 FOR THIS !!!

      Lotto Sync 1.6 and 1.7 were made for a low odds Belgium game with a bonus number, NOT the giant U.S. and U.K. games and not for Pick-5 so this shouldn't get in the way of Prime Ticket Service for the big games.

      What I suggest is using Lotto Sync 1.7 for the NSW 6/45 game which is 50 cents a ticket Au (Mon & Wed) and pulls two bonus balls that help you win not like mega balls that make it harder.  Don't use the wheel that comes with Lotto Sync it's way too expensive, here is a 100% 4if6 in 10 numbers 4 lines, you can do it in 3 but you have to buy 4 tickets anyway for less then two bucks U.S.

      Simply exchange your 10 Lotto Sync numbers for my pointer numbers below.

       1  2  3  4  7 10
       1  5  6  8  9 10
       2  4  5  6  8  9
       3  5  6  7  8  9


      T if M    Tested Covered        % Not Covered    %
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      2 If 2 :      45      45 100.00000      0  0.00000
      2 If 3 :    120    120 100.00000      0  0.00000
      2 If 4 :    210    210 100.00000      0  0.00000
      2 If 5 :    252    252 100.00000      0  0.00000
      2 If 6 :    210    210 100.00000      0  0.00000
      2 If 7 :    120    120 100.00000      0  0.00000
      3 If 3 :    120      72  60.00000      48  40.00000
      3 If 4 :    210    210 100.00000      0  0.00000
      3 If 5 :    252    252 100.00000      0  0.00000
      3 If 6 :    210    210 100.00000      0  0.00000
      3 If 7 :    120    120 100.00000      0  0.00000
      4 If 4 :    210      58  27.61905    152  72.38095
      4 If 5 :    252    204  80.95238      48  19.04762
      4 If 6 :    210    210 100.00000      0  0.00000
      4 If 7 :    120    120 100.00000      0  0.00000
      5 If 5 :    252      24  9.52381    228  90.47619
      5 If 6 :    210      88  41.90476    122  58.09524
      5 If 7 :    120    120 100.00000      0  0.00000
      6 If 7 :    120      16  13.33333    104  86.66667

      Note the 80% odds of a 4# win with only 5 correct numbers and 100% coverage of a 5# win with 7 correct numbers. 

      The game draws six plus two bonus balls, Lotto Sync can only handle one bonus ball so choose the one you have the better feeling about. 

      I've had fairly good luck with the 20,000 setting taking about 8 hours, the 30,000 took 12 hours and had only one number right, beyond that I'm not going to run the machine for days, over night is long enough.  Game is here:
      http://www.lotto-logix.com/ozlotteries.html 

      Once again, if you don't own Lotto Sync this isn't the time to buy it, wait for 1.8, but if you already own 1.7 and can't use it on the big games try it on a low odds game like it was made for if your playing budget can take another two dollar hit.  BobP

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        Posted: May 9, 2006, 3:19 am - IP Logged

        I had it run sample 100,000 last week, it took just less than 17 hours to complete, on a Pentium M 1600 MHZ.
        The results were no better than sample 10,000...

        lasas3

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          Posted: May 9, 2006, 4:41 am - IP Logged

          sometimes the lowest samples hit best !

           

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          while it is good that Marco has responded to hosni i'm a little concerned he hasn't replied to many of us here or in emails, ie customers. Releasing info. through hosni does not seem appropiate for a business plan, but perhaps Marco is more of an artist and they can be forgiven Cool .

           

          Regardless, hosni is there any hint of his progress? 50 % done, 99 % etc etc 

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            Posted: May 9, 2006, 5:13 am - IP Logged

            sometimes the lowest samples hit best !

             

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            while it is good that Marco has responded to hosni i'm a little concerned he hasn't replied to many of us here or in emails, ie customers. Releasing info. through hosni does not seem appropiate for a business plan, but perhaps Marco is more of an artist and they can be forgiven Cool .

             

            Regardless, hosni is there any hint of his progress? 50 % done, 99 % etc etc 

            Yes, in 1.6 ( i switch between them to check the best results) it gave me 4 correct numbers, with samples 700.
            Note 'tho that i had not input the real drawn numbers, but always just 1 off. (so if the last draw was 3 - 8- 21 - 30 - 36- 37/ 24 i input 4-9-22-31-37-38 and 25)
            lol, but this way one can stay busy forever ....

            lasas3

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              Posted: May 9, 2006, 12:56 pm - IP Logged

              true paurth, experimentation is always good

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                Posted: May 9, 2006, 1:17 pm - IP Logged

                true paurth, experimentation is always good

                Hi Vick,

                yes, but by inputting wrong numbers, even if they differ a value of only 1, changes the structure of the "draws to input".
                Makes one wonder why 4 correct numbers were produced....

                Grtz
                Ricky

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                  Posted: May 9, 2006, 2:45 pm - IP Logged

                  i've also done this paurths, i have no idea why it sometimes hits; but as long as it gets results