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Posted: September 11, 2006, 9:42 am - IP Logged

Hello all.  I found this forum while doing some searching over the weekend.  I read some great posts and found some useful information from a lot of different people.  It's nice to see people helping each other out and sharing some useful info.

 I've played the Ohio Lottery from time to time, but I've gotten more involved in playing recently.  After doing some reading here I've found an interest in the Pick 3/4.

 I downloaded the trial software of Lotto Pro 2006 just to get an idea of how similar software programs worked, and possibly generate a system of my own to play some numbers.

 One question... on average, how many sets of numbers do you play per drawing (per state), both in the Pick 3 and Pick 4.  I've seen a lot of predictions, and people generating their own numbers from a system that they like and works for them.  There just seems to be a lot of sets you could play.  Any feedback and info would be helpful.  Thanks!

 Surge

    Blackie's avatar - Norfolk 20Sunrise%20Nov%2016.jpg
    Norfolk , Va
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    Posted: September 11, 2006, 9:59 am - IP Logged

    Your right Surge. There is alot of good info here. Please keep a track of those who post for your state . They are good at it. You will find alot of info in these threads to help you out if Lotto Pro doesnt work for you. Good luck with your own system if you do come up with one.

     

     Good Luck,

    Blackie.                           

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      Posted: September 11, 2006, 11:43 am - IP Logged

      What's interesting is that a lot of the sets people come up with are VERY similar, even with the Lotto Pro System.  I've taken a little bit of info from each method.

        tiber's avatar - underground
        Port Orange florida
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        Posted: September 11, 2006, 12:30 pm - IP Logged

        Welcome Surge to the best Forum on the net. Me personally I did alot of reading alot of studying and I got to the point where I can post some numbers and feel confident in them,as for how many numbers to play that is up to your wallet My rule is not to play more then 20 numbers. Good luckParty