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retxx's avatar - mrthumbs
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Posted: August 3, 2006, 11:06 pm - IP Logged

Hi Rip I am right here on the forum with you. I don't know what kind of help I can give you with keno running every 4 minutes here in Mass. but feel free to ask.

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    Hi Rip I am right here on the forum with you. I don't know what kind of help I can give you with keno running every 4 minutes here in Mass. but feel free to ask.

    Hi retxx:

    Thanks for the post.

    If, when the evening's over and MI and WA have reported in, if it looks as though this is something that is on a general right track that just needs kinks pulled out of it, I'll try to fine tune it.  It ought to work for the four minute draws easily enough ..... just a matter of studying the tracks, what bushes they pee on, what trees they hide behind.

    I'll ask for what I need if it seems this is worth following.

    Gracias

    Jack

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      In the interest of destroying any credibility I might have, I'm going to make a wild leap in speculation and follow a line of logic that seems to hold water, even though it makes no sense.

      I'm going to speculate that each of the following groups of numbers will match 8 on one of the six daily keno draws tonight.  ATCAN, MI, NY, Ont, Quebec, WA:

       

      7-8-9-10-11-13-14-15-17-18-20-33--

      8-9-10-11-14-15-17-18-20-21-22-23-70---

      7-8-9-10-11-12-13-14-15-18-20-23-26-53-69---

      7-8-9-11-12-14-15-16-18-20-22-23-46-53-59-

      4-7-9-11-12-13-14-16-17-18-20-22-26-35-48-76-

      3-8-10-11-12-13-14-15-16-17-18-21-24-26-42-59

      WA:  01-02-08-09-12-24-32-36-39-46-48-52-55-56-59-62-66-71-75-78

       Looks as though match 4's the best can be dredged out of that.

      3-8-10-11-12-13-14-15-16-17-18-21-24-26-42-59

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        Posted: August 3, 2006, 11:47 pm - IP Logged

        Aug 3, 2006 MI Keno 07-11-13-20-22-24-28-41-46-47-48-51-52-53-54-59-63-64-65-72-73-76

         Match 7

        4-7-9-11-12-13-14-16-17-18-20-22-26-35-48-76-

         Match 7

        7-8-9-11-12-14-15-16-18-20-22-23-46-53-59-

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          Posted: August 14, 2006, 10:49 pm - IP Logged

          rip thought I would run this by you.Yesterday I played a 12 spot here in mass using some of your choices and lo and behold when i checked it today on the p c  I hit 8 of 12 which pays $150.00. Pure luck i am sure but I will take it anyway. lol

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            Posted: August 15, 2006, 2:28 am - IP Logged

            Blaise Paschal was a great mathematician...I think of it as one of the greatest most renown...

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              Posted: August 15, 2006, 3:22 am - IP Logged

              In a casino Keno is usually the worst game in the house. Casino profits are usually measured by profits generated per square foot of floor space, and the area required by Keno - the lounge, the playing area, the employees required - do not make it a game whereby the players can profit easily. More than a few Las Vegas casinos have discontinued their Keno lounges.

              On the other hand video Keno games can offer payout percentages up to and over 95%. The payouts are generally structured toward the lower end of the spectrum, not offering a high payout for hitting the nearly impossible odds at the top, but being generous toward the more common hits.

              State-run Keno games, almost always video and found in restaurants and lounges, almost always pay better percentages than found in state lotteries.

              Blessed Saint Leibowitz, keep 'em dreamin' down there..... 

              Next week's convention for Psychics and Prognosticators has been cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances.

               =^.^=

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                I have no idea where I heard this, but supposedly Albert Einstein said: 

                "The only way to beat roulette is to steal the money when the dealer's not looking."

                (Albert isn't around to confirm this.)

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                  rip thought I would run this by you.Yesterday I played a 12 spot here in mass using some of your choices and lo and behold when i checked it today on the p c  I hit 8 of 12 which pays $150.00. Pure luck i am sure but I will take it anyway. lol

                  Rtxxx:

                  Something to try.... might work when the moon's full and high during the hours you're playing, or even when there's just a lot of it illuminated, but it's got to be above the horizon at the time of play.

                  Try this by observation first:

                  Record a series of draws and the times  going back a couple of hours

                  See if the numbers repeat from the draws an hour and 8 minutes prior to it,
                  34 minutes prior to it, and 17 minutes prior to it

                  J

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                    I have no idea where I heard this, but supposedly Albert Einstein said: 

                    "The only way to beat roulette is to steal the money when the dealer's not looking."

                    (Albert isn't around to confirm this.)

                    Haven't had time nor the inclination to put this to the test on roulette yet.

                    J

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                    It's about number behavior.

                    Egos don't count.

                     

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                      retxxx:

                      If you can get the numbers from the first draw after moonrise to use as a base point or starting place, the previous night in the current situation, then compile those numbers with a few transit times I've suggested, the absolute best time for the nearest repition of those numbers will be at the centerpoint of the transit time and the last draw before moonset.

                      Just speculating.

                      Boston today:

                      Tuesday 
                            15 August 2006      Eastern Daylight Time       

                                        SUN
                            Begin civil twilight      5:21 a.m.           
                            Sunrise              5:51 a.m.           
                            Sun transit            12:49 p.m.           
                            Sunset                7:45 p.m.           
                            End civil twilight        8:16 p.m.           

                                        MOON
                            Moonrise              10:27 p.m. on preceding day
                            Moon transit            5:51 a.m.           
                            Moonset              1:29 p.m.           
                            Moonrise              10:57 p.m.           
                            Moonset              2:44 p.m. on following day

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

                      It's about number behavior.

                      Egos don't count.

                       

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                        retxx:

                        Here's the moon transit times for Boston today at 17 minute intervals.  Maybe that will make it easier:

                        Astronomical Applications Dept.                               
                        U.S. Naval Observatory                                     
                        Washington, DC 20392-5420
                                                           
                        BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS                                       
                          o  ,    o  ,                                           
                        W 71 05, N42 19
                                                                 
                        Altitude and Azimuth of the Moon                               
                        Aug 15, 2006                                             
                        Eastern Standard Time
                                                             
                                Altitude    Azimuth    Fraction                         
                                        (E of N)  Illuminated
                                               
                         h  m        o        o                                   
                        00:00      26.2      88.7      0.60
                        00:17      29.3      91.4      0.60
                        00:34      32.4      94.2      0.59
                        00:51      35.4      97.1      0.59
                        01:08      38.5      100.2      0.59
                        01:25      41.5      103.4      0.59
                        01:42      44.5      106.9      0.59
                        01:59      47.5      110.6      0.59
                        02:16      50.4      114.7      0.59
                        02:33      53.1      119.1      0.59
                        02:50      55.8      124.1      0.58
                        03:07      58.3      129.7      0.58
                        03:24      60.6      135.9      0.58
                        03:41      62.7      143.0      0.58
                        03:58      64.4      150.9      0.58
                        04:15      65.8      159.6      0.58
                        04:32      66.7      169.1      0.58
                        04:49      67.0      179.0      0.58
                        05:06      66.9      189.0      0.57
                        05:23      66.2      198.7      0.57
                        05:40      65.0      207.8      0.57
                        05:57      63.5      216.1      0.57
                        06:14      61.5      223.4      0.57
                        06:31      59.3      230.0      0.57
                        06:48      56.9      235.8      0.57
                        07:05      54.4      241.0      0.56
                        07:22      51.7      245.7      0.56
                        07:39      48.9      249.9      0.56
                        07:56      46.0      253.8      0.56
                        08:13      43.0      257.4      0.56
                        08:30      40.1      260.7      0.56
                        08:47      37.1      263.9      0.56
                        09:04      34.1      266.9      0.56
                        09:21      31.0      269.8      0.55
                        09:38      28.0      272.5      0.55
                        09:55      25.0      275.2      0.55
                        10:12      22.0      277.9      0.55
                        10:29      19.1      280.5      0.55
                        10:46      16.1      283.1      0.55
                        11:03      13.2      285.7      0.55
                        11:20      10.4      288.3      0.55
                        11:37      7.6      290.9      0.54
                        11:54      4.9      293.6      0.54
                        12:11      2.3      296.3      0.54
                        12:28      -0.7      299.0      0.54
                        12:45      -3.2      301.9      0.54
                        13:02      -5.7      304.8      0.54
                        13:19      -8.1      307.7      0.54
                        13:36      -10.4      310.8      0.53

                        20:41      -11.7      45.2      0.50
                        20:58      -9.4      48.3      0.50
                        21:15      -7.1      51.2      0.50
                        21:32      -4.6      54.1      0.50
                        21:49      -2.1      56.9      0.50
                        22:06      0.9      59.6      0.50
                        22:23      3.4      62.3      0.49
                        22:40      6.1      64.9      0.49
                        22:57      8.8      67.4      0.49
                        23:14      11.7      69.9      0.49
                        23:31      14.6      72.4      0.49
                        23:48      17.5      74.9      0.49

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                        Egos don't count.

                         

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                          rtxxx:

                          You might have to play around with it and watch the first several draws after moonrise up to 34 minutes (I think).....  I haven't had the opportunity to test it.... it might even be a combination of the first 3 or 4 draws and the numbers that repeat during them that ends up being important.

                          What you should see as the sequence develops during the day is a series of repeating numbers from the first draws, then leaving those repeaters behind and picking up numbers that haven't yet repeated from the early draws to repeat during the draws at those intervals until the entire cycle's repeated, which should happen twice during the day, once at the highest place of the moon transit, and once at almost moonset.

                          Also watch for those azimuths and other data on the charts to show up frequently among the numbers on the draws from those times.

                          It doesn't have to make sense.... don't even contemplate the implications of why such a thing would happen.

                          J

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                            Great thread, Rip! I love Keno even though I know it's not one of the better payout games. When I go to the casinos I always play it on the machines. What Coin Toss said is very true about the guy who plays blocks of numbers. Just about everyone plays blocks of numbers, that seems to be the way to go. I've won money doing that but you have to stick to your numbers. It always seems as soon as you change them, they come up. I've seen lots of people playing either all the numbers across or all the way down. I've tried them all ways but the best advice I can give is to keep playing the same ones for a considerable chunk of time.

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                              retxx:

                              I sent most of this info to you by email a couple of days ago, but it came back undeliverable.  I used the email addy you emailed me with a while back, just used the reply function.

                              I wasn't going to put all this up on the thread out of the same sort of paranoia treasure-hunters tend to have..... that someone's going to use their info and rush out to get there ahead of them.  What they don't realize is that it just doesn't happen that way.

                              I think it's been clearly demonstrated on this thread that the method's safe to shout from the rooftops with no danger of being used, no matter how successful it might be. 

                               I'd appreciate an email report of whatever you learn about what I've suggested here, successful or not.  No point in posting it here.

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