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what are you favorite lottery wheels?

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Posted: March 17, 2007, 3:42 am - IP Logged

what are you favorite lottery wheels for the pick 5 or pick 6 games?

which work best for you?  which seem to have the most success?

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    Posted: March 17, 2007, 9:20 am - IP Logged

    I prefer the goodyear wheels, tried michelin they just didnt stay on the road as well.

    Burn rubber ...zzzzzzzzooooooooom!

    Any wheel that produces a winning combination is okay by me! :)

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      Posted: March 17, 2007, 10:37 am - IP Logged

      I dont use the wheels.  I use another system with the pick 5.. the  112/122 system.

      As with pick 3.. the answers are laid out with the old...

      Pick 4.. I have several workouts I use.. Just trying to fine tune it to something that hits straights..

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        Posted: March 17, 2007, 11:04 am - IP Logged

        Goodyear

        Ininuga is a PC program, intended for creation or improvement (minimization) of abbreviated lotto wheels. It allows any choice of parameters (v, k, t, m) in range 1..32. (See: What are Wheels for explanation) A typical time to do this job varies from fraction of a second to several hours, depending on parameters (and consequently the wheel size). A non optimized (far too big) wheel is made fast, then reduction goes ever slower. When started from scratch, the final size is not always impressive compared to some wheels I saw published on the Web (e.g. Peter's Wheels Page), particularly in well researched Pick-6 (k=6) area. But Ininuga may turn out to be strong in finding further reductions of wheels, made by other methods. (Not so in m=t area, at least I found no improvement to wheels from La Jolla - but I only tried a few)

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          Posted: March 18, 2007, 8:15 am - IP Logged

          i like goodyear myself.one time i had a partial wheel....ROFL