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Posted: May 8, 2006, 3:06 pm - IP Logged

If a system calls for playing 220, 200, or even 50 tickets at $1 or 50 cents a pop, and if it does win it wins $40, the lottery has you right where it wants you.

There is no bet that can be made legally where the house does not have the edge, whether thee house is a caino, a racetrack, or a state lottery.

Every bet you make you are suppossed to lose, otherwise no body would be in the business of booking your action.

There is no such thing as a lock in any form of  gambling, the only one who has a lock is running the game. Whether it's sports bets, table games, or lotto the name of the game is let the player pick their own loser.

Doesn't mean stop trying, it just means realize what you're up against, for example, there's threads here about states shutting off pick 3 or pick 4 numbers.

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    I forgot. The only way that picking a winning number in a small pool can be trumped

    is by way of some catacylsmic rift in the spacetime continuum. There would have to

    be a critical mass event for time streams to deeply shift. Sorry for the "Star Trek

    Speak". Take for instance the devastating September 11th, 2001 event. I'm sure the

    numbers were quite chaotic leading up to and after the event. But then again, the

    whole system matrix would have been perturbed so the ordered chaos of the draws

    would have shown up much earlier, and worked its way into the System for some

    type of balance. Well I guess picking very consistent winning numbers would have 

    still been possible.

     

    Should a lotteryplayer also take into account the events in the universe then?
    I guess so, since you speak about the spacetime continuum.
    An exploding star, at 1000 lightyears away or so, would have an effect on the numbers drawn?
    Or a disruption in the gravitational force of a massive black hole?

    Then i guess it's time to stop thinking that there will ever be "a system", don't you think?

    lasas3

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      Posted: May 8, 2006, 5:06 pm - IP Logged

      meanwhile , for those of us on Earth, the 03 pair is 133 clicks out in New York tonight.

      EZ

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        Posted: May 8, 2006, 10:38 pm - IP Logged

        If a system calls for playing 220, 200, or even 50 tickets at $1 or 50 cents a pop, and if it does win it wins $40, the lottery has you right where it wants you.

        There is no bet that can be made legally where the house does not have the edge, whether thee house is a caino, a racetrack, or a state lottery.

        Every bet you make you are suppossed to lose, otherwise no body would be in the business of booking your action.

        There is no such thing as a lock in any form of  gambling, the only one who has a lock is running the game. Whether it's sports bets, table games, or lotto the name of the game is let the player pick their own loser.

        Doesn't mean stop trying, it just means realize what you're up against, for example, there's threads here about states shutting off pick 3 or pick 4 numbers.

        Yes Coin Toss, given the paradigm you illustrated, what you said its true. But its not

        absolute. Yes, with our current set-up we are taught and it is structured that the

        House, when all is said and done will keep possible profits, and the players will

        lose. Thats one reality, and by only believing that you help to re-inforce it. the

        House as Favorites can be trumped. Most people won't, because its hard, and thats

        what the House expects. We are trained in this culture to be left-brain dominant.

        So tell me how can a left brain dominant person can consistently think "outside of

        the box".? he/she can't even fathom yet. It takes practice. Thats the reality upon

        which they base their truth. Its not invalid. It does work. But even more is available

        to a person. You ever notice how a person in casinos, or other types of games who

        admittingly are not professionals seem to get a lucky streak. This streak could last

        from a day to a year. Now according to matematical probablity what thesepeople

        have done should be iimpossibe. And for the most part they don't know how they

        did it, But yet it happens. An exclusively linear minded person cannot explain it and

        will go silent. If these streaks happen they can be accessed regularly-maybe not

        perfectly, but you can get better as you go along. With the Pick3/4/5, Lotto, mega-

        millions,etc... my looking under every "nook, and cranny" has helped me a whole

        alot. But there is more, and I look forward to the challenge. Happy Kru-Kru-

        Krunching!!!

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          Posted: May 8, 2006, 10:39 pm - IP Logged

          I forgot. The only way that picking a winning number in a small pool can be trumped

          is by way of some catacylsmic rift in the spacetime continuum. There would have to

          be a critical mass event for time streams to deeply shift. Sorry for the "Star Trek

          Speak". Take for instance the devastating September 11th, 2001 event. I'm sure the

          numbers were quite chaotic leading up to and after the event. But then again, the

          whole system matrix would have been perturbed so the ordered chaos of the draws

          would have shown up much earlier, and worked its way into the System for some

          type of balance. Well I guess picking very consistent winning numbers would have 

          still been possible.

           

          Should a lotteryplayer also take into account the events in the universe then?
          I guess so, since you speak about the spacetime continuum.
          An exploding star, at 1000 lightyears away or so, would have an effect on the numbers drawn?
          Or a disruption in the gravitational force of a massive black hole?

          Then i guess it's time to stop thinking that there will ever be "a system", don't you think?

          Hi Paurths. Well the things that will impact us the most to a large degree are in our solar system - the sun, the planets that revlove around it, and especially earthly events. Even if these dramatic earthly events were to occur, if your system is good it should reliably track variable pertubances. And if you figure that there is no such thing as time, and that everything is simultaneous, and not sequential, then all that has happened, is happening and will happen has already been figured into the equation. So you can reliably devise a system. Becaue like I mentioned earlier its all one big feedback loop. I hope I've been somewhat clear. Take care and Happy Kru-Kru-Krunching!!!