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# LottoVantage update

Topic closed. 36 replies. Last post 10 years ago by LottoVantage.

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Southeastern Ohio
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 Posted: July 14, 2006, 4:15 pm - IP Logged

To all those concerned why my postings have all vanished, to those who couldn't quite understand the StatPath 5 Lotto System, and to anyone else interested in knowing what it's like providing a viable and capable system and being totally ignored by management and membership.

Actually, the system is too simple, it's the statistical layout that is confusing to a new user. The whole thing is a statistical amplification of an anomaly which I recognized some time ago, which is:

1. Take a regular statistics chart for your lottery. At mid range draw a line across the page. Watch where the numbers are appearing, (top, bottom, top), etc., from draw to draw for a period of time. You will see on a regular basis that the majority of numbers will appear at the top or bottom of the page, then, the very next drawing the majority, (not necessarily the same numbers), will either reappear in the same tier group, or the direct opposite tier group from where they appeared the previous drawing. This is the only thing you are tracking! The upper tier is the top half of the page, the lower tier is the bottom half of the page. Remember, the top half of the page is the numbers listed which have hit the most over a given period of time, organized downward to the numbers which have hit the least.

2. The anomaly is this: (Chaotic phase); On a regular basis, when a majority of the numbers, (4/5), appears in one tier group, (top or bottom), then the very next drawing, there will be, (4/5), numbers, (not necessarily the same numbers), appearing in either the same tier group, or the direct opposite tier group, that's it!

3. (Dormant phase); A majority of the time, the numbers will appear 2/3, 3/2. This is the period, (dormant phase), that is favorable for moderate or no wagering, or, unfavorable for wagering of bets. What determines the slight difference here? A (36) draw study compares matrix's, and determines which (median matrix) has missed the most 4/5 (radical matrix) draws and the matrix that has missed the least 4/5 (radical matrix) draws. The (median matrix) with the least amount of misses is then applied to the next (36) draw period. This study and application is critical in accomplishing the most preferred alert, (favorable/unfavorable), in turn, trying to accomplish the most in economical/profitable wagering alerts utilizing the StatPath 5 Lotto System.

It's not complicated. Once it's pictured in your mind what it is you are tracking and apply it to the (#2 graph), it becomes very simple. The (half bell graph #1/#3) is the statistical (chart) previously mentioned, (above). The (average draw line) is the line drawn across the page as previuosly mentioned dividing the upper tier/lower tier groups of numbers. The #2 graph is the transfer of the numbers, in their exact location, (upper tier/ lower tier) from (half bell graph #1). Look at it like this, the #2 graph is a consolidation of (36) (half bell #1 graph's), creating the statistical "path" appropriately named The StatPath 5 Lotto System. The (#3 half bell graph) gives you the position of the numbers following all statistical adjustments. This produces the two lines of numbers, (Upper Tier and Lower Tier), that are available to wheel for the next drawing.

This crash attitude from both Todd and some of the membership provoked me to pull everything I spent the time posting, and say to heck with it. I can die with this knowledge under the covers easier than waisting my time laying it out for ignorant public ridicule and passiveness, it's no big loss to me.

By the way, I was prepared to post NJ Cash 5 until I was advised by the chief bottle washer that he didn't have time to review it. But man, he sure didn't waste any time jumping on "The incredible and spectacular pick 3 tool" by stefan, and finding all kinds of time to comment on the forums about it, did he?

Posted: June 24, 2006, 5:59 am - IP Logged by stefan

Posted: June 24, 2006, 6:40 am - IP Logged by Todd

41 minutes to discover, review, and post a comment concerning "The incredible and spectacular pick 3 tool" by stefan. Approximately 3 weeks posting The StatPath 5 Lotto System, and absolutely dead silence? I think this is more than just passiveness here, don't you? Why? I have always supported Todd, and commented to him concerning his excellent work here. I have always tried to help anyone  else interested in pic 5 strategies, what's wrong here?

How would you feel?

Best to you,

LottoVantage

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 Posted: July 14, 2006, 4:49 pm - IP Logged

LottoVantage:

I don't claim to understand why LP members haven't taken the time to look at your system, but now that I understand better what you're doing (I honestly couldn't understand the charts, earlier) I'm planning to use it.

Thank you amigo.

I wish you the best,

Jack

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

Egos don't count.

Dedicated to the memory of Big Loooser

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 Posted: July 14, 2006, 5:12 pm - IP Logged

Thanks for the favorable reply, Jack.

Remember, all other statistics charts are organized numerically, mine aren't. This can cause inappropriate numbers to be displayed at the (middle) of the chart because of being in numerical order, instead of being there by statistical positioning, (how many draws back since being hit).

This can cause the wrong numbers to be positioned in both the upper tier group, and the lower tier group, right at the center of the chart.

Hope this helps,

Best to you,

LottoVantage

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 Posted: July 14, 2006, 5:15 pm - IP Logged

Gracias.

Looking forward to giving it a test run.

J

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

Egos don't count.

Dedicated to the memory of Big Loooser

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 Posted: July 14, 2006, 5:26 pm - IP Logged

I've got a test run going on the predictions page trying for a means to open a can of whupass on the bonus ball games.  I'm middling committed to following through on it until Saturday draws are in.

But I might sneak in and see what I can do with NM on your system right away, or as soon as everything looks ripe after I've studied it some.

Thankee,

J

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

Egos don't count.

Dedicated to the memory of Big Loooser

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brick,new jersey
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 Posted: July 14, 2006, 5:39 pm - IP Logged

lottovantage,

i will give your system a shot...i always look forward to trying new things...i wish i had the "vision" of some of the people on this site...i really wish i can contribute something for people to use...i am recently an upgraded member here...did you remove this system from your blog??there are people who appreciate what you and others offer here, and i am one of them!!!so thanks, and the best of luck!!!!i wish we all could win a nuce big one!!!!!

ORLANDO, FLORIDA
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 Posted: July 14, 2006, 6:08 pm - IP Logged

I think the reason you never got a more favorable response is because of the type of game, Pick 5. I only became interested with Pick 5 about a month ago. Just recently have I started looking at the game seriously. I don't have any stats handy to back up my statement, but I would guess Pick 3 is probably around 60% and Pick 4 around 30%. I don't recall ever reading one of your threads, because I was only interested with Pick 3 & 4. Lottolaugh's string threads really got me interested in Pick 5. I wish That I would have been interested in Pick 5, when you were posting.

Carbob

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 Posted: July 14, 2006, 7:11 pm - IP Logged

LottVantage,I think you have quite a system and I found it pretty easy to understand once you cleared up a couple of things.At first I was a little unsure of what was happening but with each update you can follow the numbers and see where their came from.I can tell a lot of work went into it and I think it's as good as anything on the market and better than most.At this time my money is a little tight or I would be playing cash 5 more than I have.Anyway,great system....Ram

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 Posted: July 14, 2006, 7:22 pm - IP Logged

lottov - had this been for p3 - i would be all over it.  take care of your health.

love to nibble those micey feet.

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 Posted: July 14, 2006, 8:56 pm - IP Logged

I think it's wises of Todd to avoid posting comments about member systems because a systems can be limited by the person using it and such comments could be taken personal.  I read Todd comments about Stefan's tool and it was more about comparing one programmer efforts to create a pick3 tool to his own efforts to create a website (LP) than the merits of the tool.  I don't play pick3 games so the tool had no value to me.  I'm sure if LottoVantage post an image of a jackpot winning ticket won using his system, everyone will take notice regardless of the games they play.  I wish LottoVantage the best and hope he will continue to develop his system whether he post or not.

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

NASHVILLE, TENN
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 Posted: July 14, 2006, 9:32 pm - IP Logged

LottoVantage

I sincerely hope I can write this in the way that I feel and nothing comes out negatively.  I do not wish to be negative.  So here goes.

I am a follower of the P5 games only.  Right now I feel that I am close to a solution that will work in Tennessee (I want to be correct once a year).  While I am interested in ideas, I am not interested in someone else's system; not right now.  If and when I give up on my efforts, then I will examine someone else's effort.  Perhaps someday I will be a big fan of your system but only when ( not "if") my system fails to perform.

No one should  take silence as an insult, either personally or to their  system.  I am being silent because I am totally committed to my efforts.  I believe others are in the same pea patch.

What I do appreciate about your posts are the descriptions of how your system works or the components of your system.  I will study your ideas and might even incorporate them into my "system".  I am sure others will also.

Meanwhile, keep on trucking.  Do your own thing.

Chief Bottle Washer
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 Posted: July 14, 2006, 10:22 pm - IP Logged

Dude, you have some real issues, and anyone reading the last half of that post can easily see it.

You sent me a PM asking me to review some system you wrote, and I sent you back a very nice message saying that I was heads-down writing new features at the time, and I couldn't spare the time I knew it would take to give your system a workout.

THAT WAS MONTHS AGO.

You need to think about what is going on inside you, that some guy you don't even know (me) doesn't have time to look at your system, and you take it so personally, and start flipping off to anyone who will listen about how AWFUL I have been to you.  You have got to be kidding.

The fact that you sit there festering about this day after day for months is frightening.  HOW MANY MONTHS IS THIS GOING TO GO ON??  Weird!!

Then, to top things off, you FLIP OUT over the fact that when someone posted their system on the forums I said, "Thanks for posting it."

You're going to take my "thanks for sharing" post to Stefen MONTHS AFTER OUR PM EXCHANGE and twist that into some crappy statement about me showing favoritism?

This is just plain wacky, and I hope you seek help immediately.

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Chief Bottle Washer
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 Posted: July 14, 2006, 10:29 pm - IP Logged

Just so there is no confusion about this, and because I have been falsely accused by LottoVantage, here is the PM exchange that occured between he and I back in March.  See how strange his comments above are?  See how nice I was, and he didn't show any signs (at that point) that I said anything wrong?

THIS IS SO WEIRD!!!

The originial message from him is at the bottom, then my reply in the middle, then his final reply at the top.

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Received: March 28, 2006, 1:12 pm

Thanks for the reply Todd! If you do come up with some free space and need some personal entertainment for a change please contact me. I have a package compressed, (app. 20.6 mb .zip). I can e-mail it to you when you are ready. All that is necessary to view it is to open the attachment, click on the icon, then when it opens, right click on the page and select edit and you can view the entire thing.

Good luck!

LottoVantage

— Previous Private Message —
Sent By : Todd
Sent : March 28, 2006, 12:47 pm

Congratulations on coming up with a system that is working for you -- not an easy task!

Unfortunately, I'm so completely and utterly tapped out of time these days that I'm just not sure I have much spare time to spend with a new system.  I don't even get much of a chance to play these days, let alone pick up a new system.

I really appreciate you thinking of me, and your system sounds very exciting.  Maybe in the future we could work together on something, but it would be unfair to you to promise anything right now.

Thanks,
Todd

— Previous Private Message —
Sent By : LottoVantage
Sent : March 28, 2006, 12:00 pm

Todd, I have begun tracking NJ Cash 5 with my StatPath 5 system. Since, in my honest opinion, there is no other VIABLE system in existance available to track and predict pick 5 lotteries successfully, I thought you might be interested in previewing one system that does work. My StatPath 5 system is a totally new approach, fresh with new ideas in winning pick 5 lotteries. There are no formulas, etc., involved with StatPath 5. What you see is what you get. The only participation required is deciding WHEN to wager your money, and how much! Not only is StatPath 5 the most effective system I've seen, it's the most fun and addictive entertainment I have ever been involved with. Here is my answer to your next question; If I had spent \$61.00 instead of an outrageously filtered \$8.00 on Ohio's Rolling Cash 5 on March 16, 2006, I would have won the Rolling Cash 5 jackpot. Out of those eight tickets, I hit three 3 matches, and five 2 matches for a total of \$35.00.

If you are interested in learning more, PM me and we will go from there.

Thanks, and good luck!

LottoVantage

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 Posted: July 14, 2006, 11:01 pm - IP Logged

Now I see what Todd is talking about. Let's back off and leave the man alone.

If you have something great then use it, share it, sell it or whatever you want to do with it but for the life of me I don't see what Todd has to do with it. He's only providing the site for you to say it. Without this site you'd be pissing against the wind.

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 Posted: July 15, 2006, 12:25 am - IP Logged

Rick, Todd, LottoVantage, Gasmeterguy, everyone involved here:

I don't thing this is a matter of issues with Todd, so much as it's LottoVantage spending months or years putting a system together he believes in, offering it up, and getting no response from anyone, no interest.

Fact is, GasMeterGuy probably described it best .... at least he described himself, and gave a middling apt description of me when he said we're off doing out own things, trying to work our own systems out for winning. Someone else could roll out a red carpet and promise anything, but until we know we can't do it ourselves with what we're working on, we gonna put our primary focus on what we're doing.

LottoVantage demonstrated on the Predictions Board he had something going. I watched him climbing up the hit ratio list and vaguely wondered what he had smoking under the hood.

I feel bad that some of the people who don't have projects and systems in the works and methods and techniques didn't jump on it like ugly on a monkey. I think I'd have been a lot more likely to get into the middle of a conversation than to try to begin one from scratch when I've got my mind fully occupied.

I know where LottoVantage is coming from. Sort of been there/done that. Probably all of us have. Trying to get others interested in talking about something we think we've got going, something interesting, something hot.

It's just the nature of the beast. We're all either innovators and projects people, or we're quickpickers and number beggers. The project innovators all got projects already and they believe in them, or they wouldn't be doing them. The quick pickers ain't looking to burn up any brain cells, and neither are the number beggers.

LottoVantage, I'm going to try out your system. I'm obliged to you for putting it up. And if I'm all the obliged to you you get, you'll have that in payment for what you've done.

That might have to be enough.

I appreciate you,

Jack

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