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Posted: July 21, 2006, 7:18 pm - IP Logged

Hi Jacques:

Lots of hits don't count for much.  Even a blind pig finds an acorn now and then if he roots around enough.

Here's what counts:

 

Hot Predictors (Last 30 Days by Prize Ratio)

 

   Member  Prize Ratio  Wagers  Winnings 
1.nanmaxsplace821.25%$621$5,100
2.PadawanLotto505.70%$2,190$11,075
3.CARBOB484.62%$2,796$13,550
4.rng777421.25%$3,727$15,700
5.derek7281.27%$3,583$10,078
6.joemillionaire187.42%$811$1,520
7.Tinker179.68%$128$230
8.Rick G150.70%$1,201$1,810
9.MADDOG1098.21%$127,481$125,200
10.star6996.02%$302$290

 

 

 

Highest Lifetime Prize Ratio

 

   Member  Prize Ratio  Wagers  Winnings 
1.VALJEAN397.98%$2,181$8,680
2.PadawanLotto269.74%$4,511$12,168
3.SuperWheeler196.15%$33,861$66,420
4.joemillionaire187.42%$811$1,520
5.derek7167.55%$6,562$10,995
6.The Deer Hunter115.21%$3,003$3,460
7.Rick G113.94%$39,194$44,661
8.rng777111.91%$17,647$19,750
9.tntea98.03%$542,113$531,477
10.Rip Snorter87.81%$114,612$100,647

 

 

 

Hot Predictors (Last 30 Days by Hit Ratio)

 

   Member  Hit Ratio  Picks  Hits 
1.Tinker7.03%1289
2.RJOh5.26%19010
3.PadawanLotto5.14%1,943100
4.Rick G4.74%1,20157
5.WannaWinSoon4.11%1707
6.ScorpionPrince4.00%502
7.for99c3.03%993
8.vin062.41%1,40934
9.Rip Snorter2.21%22,668503
10.chipp2.05%4389

 

 

Highest Lifetime Hit Ratio

 

   Member  Hit Ratio  Picks  Hits 
1.PadawanLotto4.17%4,264178
2.Rip Snorter2.58%110,7092,862
3.WannaWinSoon1.90%3,10559
4.Rick G1.52%39,194599
5.joemillionaire1.47%81112
6.RJOh1.46%4,57867
7.ScorpionPrince1.30%26,873351
8.derek71.29%6,56285
9.vin061.23%28,020346
10.LottoVantage1.22%2,04125

 

 

 Where it counts PadawanLotto and your system are still doing what you said from the beginning the system can do. 

 Evidently your systems got no flies on it when it's in the hands of someone such as PadawanLotto, who knows how to make it sing and dance, roll over and play dead, shake hands, and stand on its hind legs and whinney.

J

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

 

    RJOh's avatar - chipmunk
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    Posted: July 25, 2006, 11:11 pm - IP Logged

    Since this thread started a lot more members are predicting the WV Cash25.  Lucky even got a 5of6.  I'm still hoping to get a 5of6 or better but it may take a while posting 10 lines per drawing.  Good luck to the rest of the predictors.

     * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
       
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      Posted: July 26, 2006, 12:07 am - IP Logged

      Since this thread started a lot more members are predicting the WV Cash25.  Lucky even got a 5of6.  I'm still hoping to get a 5of6 or better but it may take a while posting 10 lines per drawing.  Good luck to the rest of the predictors.

      RJOH:

      It's enough to make W. Virginians proud, the way all you predictors are using the pincer movement on it.

      On the yesterday winner pages the past few days WV's 25s been Napoleon eastbound on the steppes of Russia trying to remember the road home, along with Stalingrad, Kursk, and poor old Lord Cardigan at Sevastapol all rolled up into one piece of lotterial disaster.

      I think you're likely to get your 5 of 6 any day now.  Belle Ache, tntea, Lucky, LottoMike, and I don't know who all's pillaging and setting houses on fire.  Seems to be more every day.

      Good luck in joining them.

      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: July 26, 2006, 12:40 pm - IP Logged

        Padawan's still not doing too badly, though:

         

        Top 10 Predictors for West Virginia, Pick 6 Games

         

        Hot Predictors (Last 30 Days by Prize Ratio)

           Member  Prize Ratio  Wagers  Winnings 
        1.derek717258.62%$58$10,010
        2.Rip Snorter4526.00%$250$11,315
        3.PadawanLotto1317.58%$836$11,015
        4.Lucky871.87%$800$6,975
        5.LOTTOMIKE280.00%$350$980
        6.Rick G266.66%$375$1,000
        7.mony254.77%$157$400
        8.lucky743178.57%$70$125
        9.barney167.27%$275$460
        10.RJOh155.55%$90$140

        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: July 27, 2006, 5:32 am - IP Logged

          No, I'm actually not doing very well, my ratings are just slowly drifting downward. I haven't had any good hits in awhile. I have been trying some different techniques with the WN History filter and they have not been working out.

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            Posted: July 27, 2006, 1:35 pm - IP Logged

            Seems like there's no one size fit all when you're playing different but similar type lotteries.  For example I usually avoid 3 or more adjacent numbers when picking combinations but that rule can more often than not eliminate a winner when playing the WV Cash25. The only way you'll ever know what works best is to try a lot of different things and keep a list of what worked.  At least now you have some ideas about what works better for some of the lotteries you play.

             * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
               
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              Posted: July 27, 2006, 9:49 pm - IP Logged

              Seems like there's no one size fit all when you're playing different but similar type lotteries.  For example I usually avoid 3 or more adjacent numbers when picking combinations but that rule can more often than not eliminate a winner when playing the WV Cash25. The only way you'll ever know what works best is to try a lot of different things and keep a list of what worked.  At least now you have some ideas about what works better for some of the lotteries you play.

              RJOH:

              I agree. 

               There seems to be a lot of progress being made by a lot of people on the predictions page.  Each seems to be following his own road and cowtrail trying to find Rome, and maybe the Pantheon and cheers from the crowds in the Collesium where those gladiators are piercing and gutting one another is reaching the eyes and ears of a few.

              This thread was about a test of one system by one user.  It didn't set the world on fire, but it did serve as a piece of evidence that in the forest of poison ivy commercial lottery software there's one that might actually help a user to win.

              I'd call that a major step forward from where things were a few months ago.

              It's been a fun thread and I've gotten a lot of enjoyment out of it as well as a bit of education.

              Probably it's done all that's needed of it.  If EL, or Padawan want to start another thread on the issue, that would probably be the best means of talking about it more.  I've probably muddied the water more than a little with all my metaphores.

              Best to you, RJOH, Padawan, RickG, Jacques, anyone else who's had a part in something I've considered a delightful experience.

              Gracias to all of you,

              Jack

              Best wi

              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