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Do you believe the lotteries can be beaten by any method other than luck?

No. It's all luck. [ 30 ]  [28.57%]
No, but some systems can help. [ 17 ]  [16.19%]
Yes. By some 'metaphysical' means. [ 3 ]  [2.86%]
Yes, by a combination of statistics and luck. [ 21 ]  [20.00%]
Yes, by studying patterns. [ 16 ]  [15.24%]
Yes, by something they call mystical, but isn't. [ 3 ]  [2.86%]
Yes, by hard work and study. [ 11 ]  [10.48%]
No, by hard work and study. [ 1 ]  [0.95%]
Yes, by buying a lot of computer programs. [ 2 ]  [1.90%]
No, by buying a lot of computer programs. [ 1 ]  [0.95%]
Total Valid Votes [ 105 ]  
Discarded Votes [ 13 ]  
bellyache's avatar - 64x64a9wg

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Posted: June 16, 2006, 6:12 pm - IP Logged

 "That was the most anyone won on LP"

 

We don't know that for sure.  Not everyone is eager to share that information online.  Maybe I'm a dreamer or just plain stupid, but I'd like to believe in the possibility.

Justxploring you are correct. There are a few people on LP who have won more then $100,000 dollars. They can actually be found if a search is done and there is a member who used to post who won a big jackpot. There might even be more, they just choose not to come forward.

Dance like no one is watching.

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    New Mexico
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    Posted: June 16, 2006, 6:54 pm - IP Logged

    Your probably right Jack, some of these folks on here wouldn't believe it if they were handed the winning ticket. And, if I won a big one, it wouldn't be such a big deal to me as to rub the noses of anyone here at LP. I've tried to show a new way of acquiring winning numbers by following a proven easy system, but it isn't difficult enough as to generate any interest, only a slap at everything else that is and isn't.

    I wish you the best in all your endeavors also,

    LottoVantage

    LottoVantage:

    I think it's probably just a matter of timing, location, and method of presentation.  I never suspected when I began this thread that anyone would put forth a system. 

    I just was curious how the people here viewed things these days.  It was mainly a result of Spy making a comment on another thread.  He/she observed that the posts on LP would leave a person thinking LP members do not WANT anyone to find a way of beating the lotteries.

    If I'd known you planned to post a system, I guess I'd have advised against you doing so, had I been giving advice.

    If you are determined to share your system with LP members (you've already done so, but it's been less than a headliner), you've been around here long enough to know how it can be done.

    You've surely noticed a thread with around 18,000 views the last time I looked, WOW - A winning system, or some such thing.  The folks posting it got a lot of flak and negativity, maybe justifiably, maybe not, until a couple of people who used the system testified it works and agreed to demonstrate on the predictions page.  That system has a $60 pricetag.  If it gets a run of 5 of 5s, LP members will be standing in line to buy it.

    I recall a  hoopla sometime past where the Lottery Koran, I believe it was, or the Lottery Bahaghavhad Gita, maybe, had members (including me) wanting more details, wanting to understand.  But maybe you'll also recall the marketing technique was a bit different than your approach.  You gotta claim you've already took a lot of money to the bank, which members will, of course, believe.  Then you have to answer all questions with obfuscations and ambiguities, demanding, READ MY BLOG.

    Or, failing that, you just say those groups of numbers one at a time, one set of numbers, one thread, and name a state.

    That's how you market winning systems on LP. 

    You don't just come onto the Lottery Forum and post the dadgummed thing.  How could that be worth anything? 

    I'm laughing as I write this.  Don't take me seriously.

    I love LP members the way I'd love brothers and sisters if I had any (which I do).  Even the ones I keep blocked.

    We're all here for different reasons coming from different belief systems.  And I have an idea from different payrolls.  Maybe Spy was right in what he/she said outright, and what was implied.  Maybe we have a cadre of naysayers among LP members who'd find it inconvenient for anyone to find a way of beating the lotteries.

    Frankly, I doubt it.  I can't imagine the lottery organizations would take us that seriously.

    I don't believe they believe they can be beaten.

    So, go for them, LottoVantage and anyone else of a mind to do it.  Catch'em while their guard is down.  The rest of the pack will come running when they smell blood.

    Best to you,

    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

     

      LottoVantage's avatar - BRITIS 3.GIF
      Southeastern Ohio
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      Member #13850
      April 16, 2005
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      Posted: June 17, 2006, 6:52 pm - IP Logged

      Your probably right Jack, some of these folks on here wouldn't believe it if they were handed the winning ticket. And, if I won a big one, it wouldn't be such a big deal to me as to rub the noses of anyone here at LP. I've tried to show a new way of acquiring winning numbers by following a proven easy system, but it isn't difficult enough as to generate any interest, only a slap at everything else that is and isn't.

      I wish you the best in all your endeavors also,

      LottoVantage

      LottoVantage:

      I think it's probably just a matter of timing, location, and method of presentation.  I never suspected when I began this thread that anyone would put forth a system. 

      I just was curious how the people here viewed things these days.  It was mainly a result of Spy making a comment on another thread.  He/she observed that the posts on LP would leave a person thinking LP members do not WANT anyone to find a way of beating the lotteries.

      If I'd known you planned to post a system, I guess I'd have advised against you doing so, had I been giving advice.

      If you are determined to share your system with LP members (you've already done so, but it's been less than a headliner), you've been around here long enough to know how it can be done.

      You've surely noticed a thread with around 18,000 views the last time I looked, WOW - A winning system, or some such thing.  The folks posting it got a lot of flak and negativity, maybe justifiably, maybe not, until a couple of people who used the system testified it works and agreed to demonstrate on the predictions page.  That system has a $60 pricetag.  If it gets a run of 5 of 5s, LP members will be standing in line to buy it.

      I recall a  hoopla sometime past where the Lottery Koran, I believe it was, or the Lottery Bahaghavhad Gita, maybe, had members (including me) wanting more details, wanting to understand.  But maybe you'll also recall the marketing technique was a bit different than your approach.  You gotta claim you've already took a lot of money to the bank, which members will, of course, believe.  Then you have to answer all questions with obfuscations and ambiguities, demanding, READ MY BLOG.

      Or, failing that, you just say those groups of numbers one at a time, one set of numbers, one thread, and name a state.

      That's how you market winning systems on LP. 

      You don't just come onto the Lottery Forum and post the dadgummed thing.  How could that be worth anything? 

      I'm laughing as I write this.  Don't take me seriously.

      I love LP members the way I'd love brothers and sisters if I had any (which I do).  Even the ones I keep blocked.

      We're all here for different reasons coming from different belief systems.  And I have an idea from different payrolls.  Maybe Spy was right in what he/she said outright, and what was implied.  Maybe we have a cadre of naysayers among LP members who'd find it inconvenient for anyone to find a way of beating the lotteries.

      Frankly, I doubt it.  I can't imagine the lottery organizations would take us that seriously.

      I don't believe they believe they can be beaten.

      So, go for them, LottoVantage and anyone else of a mind to do it.  Catch'em while their guard is down.  The rest of the pack will come running when they smell blood.

      Best to you,

      Jack

       

      Great comment, Jack! The way I feel is I am keeping up to date on Ohio Rolling Cash 5 with my system for my own sake, so sharing it isn't a big deal for me. Yes, making a few bucks in exchange for a lot of years of hard work and determination in a nut shell would be convenient. I am retired and unfortunately have a terminal illness. I don't really know how much time I have left. So far, the medical team I have is keeping things in containment and I am biding my time successfully for now. I don't have the time or interest in setting up and maintaining a business website for my system. I know how good it is, and I know that there is nothing else for pick 5 comparable to it. Yeah, I know, there's going to be some comments on that statement, but, mines out there for proof, you show me yours and we'll just see who's really the best, end of statement. I offered our chief here an opportunity to view it a while back and he has been too busy with other things to spend any time perusing it. You know, we've got v-tracks for the pick 3 and 4 crowd here, but absolutely nothing for the pick 5 weenies. Okay, enough's enough. bye!

       

        justxploring's avatar - villiarna
        Wandering Aimlessly
        United States
        Member #25360
        November 5, 2005
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        Posted: June 17, 2006, 7:07 pm - IP Logged

         "That was the most anyone won on LP"

         

        We don't know that for sure.  Not everyone is eager to share that information online.  Maybe I'm a dreamer or just plain stupid, but I'd like to believe in the possibility.

        Justxploring you are correct. There are a few people on LP who have won more then $100,000 dollars. They can actually be found if a search is done and there is a member who used to post who won a big jackpot. There might even be more, they just choose not to come forward.

        Thanks for pointing this out, Bellyache. It's nice to know there's always hope. Gosh, if this storm doesn't let up I'll never get to the lottery terminal on time.  Guess I'll have to walk to 7-11 and risk getting struck by lightning. They say there's a greater chance of that than winning a jackpot and, where I live, that's probably very true!

        Troll  (my hairdo after getting zapped on the way to the store)

          bellyache's avatar - 64x64a9wg

          United States
          Member #12618
          March 18, 2005
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          Posted: June 17, 2006, 7:42 pm - IP Logged

           "That was the most anyone won on LP"

           

          We don't know that for sure.  Not everyone is eager to share that information online.  Maybe I'm a dreamer or just plain stupid, but I'd like to believe in the possibility.

          Justxploring you are correct. There are a few people on LP who have won more then $100,000 dollars. They can actually be found if a search is done and there is a member who used to post who won a big jackpot. There might even be more, they just choose not to come forward.

          Thanks for pointing this out, Bellyache. It's nice to know there's always hope. Gosh, if this storm doesn't let up I'll never get to the lottery terminal on time.  Guess I'll have to walk to 7-11 and risk getting struck by lightning. They say there's a greater chance of that than winning a jackpot and, where I live, that's probably very true!

          Troll  (my hairdo after getting zapped on the way to the store)

          Lol. You may have a better chance of getting struck by lightning then winning a large jackpot, but try to avoid getting hit! LOL

          Dance like no one is watching.

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            New Mexico
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            March 10, 2005
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            Posted: June 17, 2006, 7:42 pm - IP Logged

            LottoVantage:

            I'm sorry to hear you're ill.  Sorrier yet to hear the sawbones say it's terminal.

            I'd like you to stick around this reality a while longer.  I figure I probably got here first and I don't like having people try to crowd ahead of me in line at the exit.

            I like you, LottoVantage.  I like your attitude, your vitality, your courage and persistence, and the self-belief you exhude.  I like your style.

            There's little enough of each of those traits on the entire planet, and LP is just a microcosm of the planet in that regard.

            Besides, you might well be the only LP member who doesn't have me blocked.

            Hang in there, amigo.

            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

             

              csfb's avatar - Lottery-001.jpg

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              May 13, 2005
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              Posted: June 17, 2006, 10:38 pm - IP Logged

              Is LottoVantage ill?  I am so sorry to hear that.  Hope you get well very soon, LottoV.   I'll keep you in my prayers.

              I haven't blocked you yet, Rip Snorter.  Perhaps pretty soon - if I notice that you do not read my posts.

                       Sun Smiley             

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                February 20, 2006
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                Posted: June 17, 2006, 10:41 pm - IP Logged

                Who was it who said "Luck favors the prepared mind?"  The speaker is a famous person.

                  RJOh's avatar - chipmunk
                  mid-Ohio
                  United States
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                  March 24, 2001
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                  Posted: June 17, 2006, 11:05 pm - IP Logged

                  "I don't have the time or interest in setting up and maintaining a business website for my system. I know how good it is, and I know that there is nothing else for pick 5 comparable to it..............I offered our chief here an opportunity to view it a while back and he has been too busy with other things to spend any time perusing it."

                  LottoVantage:

                  Todd is a business person, once you've scored a few jackpots, he and other business types will seek you out.  If your system works as you claimed then it would make no sense to setup a website to share it unless it could make even more money that way.  My system doesn't work anywhere near that good and I've received several PMs requesting I share my systems, its programs and instructions for using them.  One bone head even called me selfish, rude and ignorant when I refused his request, that's when I knew I had something worth keeping to myself.  Good luck to you and I hope you win a lot of jackpots.

                  RJOh

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

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                    United States
                    Member #14
                    November 9, 2001
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                    Posted: June 17, 2006, 11:17 pm - IP Logged

                    Your probably right Jack, some of these folks on here wouldn't believe it if they were handed the winning ticket. And, if I won a big one, it wouldn't be such a big deal to me as to rub the noses of anyone here at LP. I've tried to show a new way of acquiring winning numbers by following a proven easy system, but it isn't difficult enough as to generate any interest, only a slap at everything else that is and isn't.

                    I wish you the best in all your endeavors also,

                    LottoVantage

                    LottoVantage:

                    I think it's probably just a matter of timing, location, and method of presentation.  I never suspected when I began this thread that anyone would put forth a system. 

                    I just was curious how the people here viewed things these days.  It was mainly a result of Spy making a comment on another thread.  He/she observed that the posts on LP would leave a person thinking LP members do not WANT anyone to find a way of beating the lotteries.

                    If I'd known you planned to post a system, I guess I'd have advised against you doing so, had I been giving advice.

                    If you are determined to share your system with LP members (you've already done so, but it's been less than a headliner), you've been around here long enough to know how it can be done.

                    You've surely noticed a thread with around 18,000 views the last time I looked, WOW - A winning system, or some such thing.  The folks posting it got a lot of flak and negativity, maybe justifiably, maybe not, until a couple of people who used the system testified it works and agreed to demonstrate on the predictions page.  That system has a $60 pricetag.  If it gets a run of 5 of 5s, LP members will be standing in line to buy it.

                    I recall a  hoopla sometime past where the Lottery Koran, I believe it was, or the Lottery Bahaghavhad Gita, maybe, had members (including me) wanting more details, wanting to understand.  But maybe you'll also recall the marketing technique was a bit different than your approach.  You gotta claim you've already took a lot of money to the bank, which members will, of course, believe.  Then you have to answer all questions with obfuscations and ambiguities, demanding, READ MY BLOG.

                    Or, failing that, you just say those groups of numbers one at a time, one set of numbers, one thread, and name a state.

                    That's how you market winning systems on LP. 

                    You don't just come onto the Lottery Forum and post the dadgummed thing.  How could that be worth anything? 

                    I'm laughing as I write this.  Don't take me seriously.

                    I love LP members the way I'd love brothers and sisters if I had any (which I do).  Even the ones I keep blocked.

                    We're all here for different reasons coming from different belief systems.  And I have an idea from different payrolls.  Maybe Spy was right in what he/she said outright, and what was implied.  Maybe we have a cadre of naysayers among LP members who'd find it inconvenient for anyone to find a way of beating the lotteries.

                    Frankly, I doubt it.  I can't imagine the lottery organizations would take us that seriously.

                    I don't believe they believe they can be beaten.

                    So, go for them, LottoVantage and anyone else of a mind to do it.  Catch'em while their guard is down.  The rest of the pack will come running when they smell blood.

                    Best to you,

                    Jack

                     

                    Great comment, Jack! The way I feel is I am keeping up to date on Ohio Rolling Cash 5 with my system for my own sake, so sharing it isn't a big deal for me. Yes, making a few bucks in exchange for a lot of years of hard work and determination in a nut shell would be convenient. I am retired and unfortunately have a terminal illness. I don't really know how much time I have left. So far, the medical team I have is keeping things in containment and I am biding my time successfully for now. I don't have the time or interest in setting up and maintaining a business website for my system. I know how good it is, and I know that there is nothing else for pick 5 comparable to it. Yeah, I know, there's going to be some comments on that statement, but, mines out there for proof, you show me yours and we'll just see who's really the best, end of statement. I offered our chief here an opportunity to view it a while back and he has been too busy with other things to spend any time perusing it. You know, we've got v-tracks for the pick 3 and 4 crowd here, but absolutely nothing for the pick 5 weenies. Okay, enough's enough. bye!

                    lv - sorry to hear that.  hang in there buddy.  Group Hug

                    love to nibble those micey feet.

                     

                                                 

                      LottoVantage's avatar - BRITIS 3.GIF
                      Southeastern Ohio
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                      April 16, 2005
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                      Posted: June 17, 2006, 11:28 pm - IP Logged

                      Thank you all for your kind words and prayers. My illness is terminal but is in temporary remission at this time thanks to the great medical team and their therapy study group at The James Cancer Center in Columbus, Ohio. There is no cure at this time for my illness, but their working on it day and night at The James.

                      Wishing all of you the best,

                      LottoVantage

                       

                        RJOh's avatar - chipmunk
                        mid-Ohio
                        United States
                        Member #9
                        March 24, 2001
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                        Posted: June 17, 2006, 11:41 pm - IP Logged

                        You're in good hands at the James Center. I've only been in the hospital over night once in my life and it was at the James Center to remove a cancerous growth from my leg eight years ago just before I retired .  Wishing you the best

                        RJ

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                          May 30, 2004
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                          Posted: June 18, 2006, 12:26 am - IP Logged

                          "No way......Ahhhh........Jackpot........can be<<<<

                          BEATEEEEEEEEEEEEENNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN!!!!!!!!!!!!xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

                          other than .........................."LUCK' my friend$$$$$$$$$$

                          but, a lottttttta GREY_MATTER--------and THOUGHT.........."MAY HELP???????

                          LOL

                          PSYKOMO 

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                            March 10, 2005
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                            Posted: June 18, 2006, 2:07 am - IP Logged

                            Is LottoVantage ill?  I am so sorry to hear that.  Hope you get well very soon, LottoV.   I'll keep you in my prayers.

                            I haven't blocked you yet, Rip Snorter.  Perhaps pretty soon - if I notice that you do not read my posts.

                            You could do a pre-emptive strike.

                            Got me chuckling there csfb.

                            I didn't know I din't have you blocked until you mentioned it.  To be honest, half the time I don't notice who posts.... I just read what's said unless I'm familiar with the person, which I can't say I am with you.

                            I have a lot of people blocked.... can't say myself who they all are.  I've generally done it when I got the notion there was negativity I didn't care to deal with, or that I just didn't need to know whatever the person had to say.

                            It's nothing against them, it's just we humans are all on our different paths ...... I don't want to influence anyone else's, and I don't want them influencing mine a lot of times.  So I don't read their posts.  I consider it a favor when anyone who feels similarly about me does the same.  Blocking isn't an insult.  It's just a recognition that life is a relatively short experience and there are limits in what we have time to do.

                            Best to you,

                            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

                             

                              Todd's avatar - Cylon 2.gif
                              Chief Bottle Washer
                              New Jersey
                              United States
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                              May 31, 2000
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                              Posted: June 18, 2006, 8:17 am - IP Logged

                              It is always a joy to read anything written by either Jack or RJOh.  Happy Father's day to you both.

                              LottoVantage, I am very sorry to hear about your illness.  It sounds like you are in good hands with your medical team.

                               

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