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Posted: September 19, 2006, 12:03 pm - IP Logged

Everyone Pardon me, but i've noticed something on LP....Some of YOu, really makes me wonder if you are working for the lottery corporation...I wonder sometimes if some of you are not lottery officials sometimes..Why? Because of the words you choose and the things you say...Some of you say things that ONLY a lottery official would say....Things that make me think, Where do they get this people...Yea is a site where you post your opinion alright, but the things that you say..I know everyone is entitle to their opinion....I am not going to comment what things were said...And i don't think is fruitful to be opinionating around lottery officials...I thought i bring it to the attention of everyone...

How can i be certain that 1 of you is not a lottery official in disguise...

 I am willing to take all the criticism outhere....

sorry but i had to say it...

I used to think that, in fact: I may still, but here is the problem with thinking that way:

 

If a lottery official(s) monitor this site, then they will need to monitor EVERY lottery site, blog, e-mail group, and everything else, everywhere on the internet, let alone private office pools, and they don't have the bodies to do that.

 

I used to think 'they' are watching 'my' picks and arranging it so 'my' picks never won.  The problem with that is, what about everyone else that thinks the same way ?   Why are they watching only ME ?

 

Or, gee, maybe I will post picks that are the OPPOSITE of what I am really playing ?  (which I have done)

Now that would throw them, wouldn't it ?  If just a hundred people in each state playing a minimum of 10 games, possibly 100 games  thought that way, MUSL officials could not keep up.

 

They can monitor all the websites they want, I don't think it will do much for them. 

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    Posted: September 19, 2006, 1:35 pm - IP Logged

    Floridian wrote:  

    "It is probably more random than your friendly Lotto Store." 

    How do you explain that some numbers come up more than others on RnG trials..Even even if a RnG end up doing that your live machine will not..Some numbers will come up more often than others in your live machine...If a RnG made all numbers come up evenly then there will be a systematic way in which it selects the numbers so as to end up making all numbers come up the same amount of times and this will mean that the RnG is keeping count on how many times a number comes up, which is what i've been trying to find out...

    Does a RnG keeps count of how many times each numbers come up or does it not? 

     

     "..Great, you won the lottery but is only you..."

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      Posted: September 19, 2006, 1:47 pm - IP Logged

      Your points are well noted.......what truly baffeles me is that my system works 'over a period of time' on every kind of random drawing I have tried....marbles 1-56, scraps of paper 1-56...etc......the exact same odds as the big game.......and again remember I am talking about the 2nd prize, that is 5 of 5.

      And this is not just a random 50 or 55 set of numbers that I am waging on.....but there is a specific mathematical pattern that always, always repeats itself in MM, PB or my own test games and that is why my system has been able to produce actual numbers that have been drawn....and it so happens not to be at the time these numbers have been waged upon.....that is what is not adding up and I need to find a mathematical explanation for this discrepancy.........or are external factors involved? A puzzel that's for sure.

      "what truly baffeles me is that my system works 'over a period of time'"

      Shane3, 

      I play the MegaMillions and have records of all 453 drawings since the game changed from BigGame and added Ohio to its playing states.  When ever I want to test a theory I go back 50 or so drawings and create a new file with only the first 400 or so drawings and see if I can predict the next winning numbers. 

      Even knowing the next 50 winning numbers, I have never been able to improve my odds of coming up with them over coming up with them in real time.  I can eventually come up with them if I run my simulation a hundred of more times and I probably could do the same when I play for real but I can only play the results one simulation and usually it's the wrong one.  In the past I saved the groups of numbers I didn't play and it was frustrating when one of them would have done better than the group I chose to play so I don't do it any more.

      Chances are when you run a simulations on your test games, you know what the outcome should be so you keep running the simulations until you get it.  What you need to do it run a simulation of your system first and see how many time you have to pick 5 marbles to come up with one of the combinations your system predicted.

      Good luck to you.

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