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Lucky Lotto Picks System by "Pete Egeler"

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Posted: October 28, 2007, 11:48 pm - IP Logged

Has anyone herehad any experience with the "Lucky Lotto Picks System" by Pete Egeler (Pegeler is his username here) that he is selling for $27 a pop?

 It is a pick 3 lottery system that he boasts the following about:

 

"A system is "beat" when you use MY system! :)

My computer is a #2 pencil, and a sheet of paper. It takes me UNDER 5-minutes to figure out my numbers.

I AVERAGE a win every 4-5 days."

 

BUT in an email I received from him yeasterday he had the following things to say:

 

"First of all I am retired, and this is MY source of income" <--- he is referring to selling his system.

 

"Secondly, the lottery is NOT the way to "earn extra money" in a regular manner."

 

Those are his exact words.

 

The latter quotes from the email message are a far cry from the claims of averaging a win every 4-5 days.

What do you guys think?

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    Posted: October 29, 2007, 12:10 am - IP Logged

    Don't know there is a system. Better off reading the posts here and maybe even learn your own way to better your odds. Wont cost you anything unless you upgrade your membership which can also help you out. 

     

     Good Luck,

    Blackie.                           

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      Posted: October 29, 2007, 12:01 pm - IP Logged

      Has anyone herehad any experience with the "Lucky Lotto Picks System" by Pete Egeler (Pegeler is his username here) that he is selling for $27 a pop?

       It is a pick 3 lottery system that he boasts the following about:

       

      "A system is "beat" when you use MY system! :)

      My computer is a #2 pencil, and a sheet of paper. It takes me UNDER 5-minutes to figure out my numbers.

      I AVERAGE a win every 4-5 days."

       

      BUT in an email I received from him yeasterday he had the following things to say:

       

      "First of all I am retired, and this is MY source of income" <--- he is referring to selling his system.

       

      "Secondly, the lottery is NOT the way to "earn extra money" in a regular manner."

       

      Those are his exact words.

       

      The latter quotes from the email message are a far cry from the claims of averaging a win every 4-5 days.

      What do you guys think?

      If you're going to try and beat me up, Jack.  Tell them the WHOLE story..

      "I've got a daughter and I'm studying for my medical exams and if you'll give me a copy of your system.. Blah, blah, blah."

      I stand by my reply to you.  If you need money that bad, do as I said and try some online affiliate marketing, etc.  You can do it with no expenditure.

      I won't suggest you go out and get a part-time job because if you are in fact studying medicine, you don't have the time to devote to that. 

      Bottom line is this.. If you can't afford it, why should anyone assume you can spend the $25-$30 a week to get the wins?

      Based on the fact that a win every 4-5 days is only $40 or $80 (depending upon the amount you spend,) it's STILL not going to beat getting a job! 

      Pete

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        Posted: October 29, 2007, 3:30 pm - IP Logged

        Hi Everyone,

        Thanks for the questions about Pete.

        When I saw this post about Pete,

        I just had to jump in.

        First off, I would like to say that *I* have PROOF that Pete's System WORKS!

        I have just sent Pete 2 .jpg files of scanned copies of the WINNING Lottery Tickets from last week's Pick 3 drawings that I have won.

        Yes, I won 2 Times so far, and have only had the system for a little over a week!  Last night would have been 3 times, but I had changed My numbers a bit prematurely. Don't believe Me? Ask Pete, He knows...   

        You might not win Every Night, but that is the nature of the game.

        Else, Pete's System DOES Work.

        Just a Heads UP and FYI and Kudos to Pete for His "Magic Money Lottery System!"


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          Posted: October 30, 2007, 7:51 am - IP Logged

          Hi Everyone,

          Thanks for the questions about Pete.

          When I saw this post about Pete,

          I just had to jump in.

          First off, I would like to say that *I* have PROOF that Pete's System WORKS!

          I have just sent Pete 2 .jpg files of scanned copies of the WINNING Lottery Tickets from last week's Pick 3 drawings that I have won.

          Yes, I won 2 Times so far, and have only had the system for a little over a week!  Last night would have been 3 times, but I had changed My numbers a bit prematurely. Don't believe Me? Ask Pete, He knows...   

          You might not win Every Night, but that is the nature of the game.

          Else, Pete's System DOES Work.

          Just a Heads UP and FYI and Kudos to Pete for His "Magic Money Lottery System!"


          Christopher

          "FirstBorn" 

          "First off, I would like to say that *I* have PROOF that Pete's System WORKS!"

          Excuse me for being skeptical but real proof would be would posting your predictions for a couple of weeks.

          "Yes, I won 2 Times so far, and have only had the system for a little over a week!  Last night would have been 3 times, but I had changed My numbers a bit prematurely."

          Why would you change "your" numbers if you had confidence in the system?

          "Don't believe Me?"

          Of course I believe you because that's the typical mistake inexperienced systems players make when they play on paper and don't play for real money.

          "You might not win Every Night, but that is the nature of the game."

          Reminds why Vegas has all those billion dollar hotel/casinos.

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            Posted: October 30, 2007, 3:22 pm - IP Logged

            Fair is fair, I'll tell the whole story. OK folks heres the deal, I emailed Pete and asked him if he would trade me his system for investment information I have that is worth far more than $27. Pete declined my offer in favor of hoping I'd pay him $27 instead. He cited (in so many words) that he makes his money selling the system, not playing the lottery, and that selling ebooks online (like lottery systems) is the way to make money off of people, not playing the lottery, or actually playing a system or whatever. 

            In an advertisment for his $27 system Pete reminds us not to get greedy, something he might of forgot when I made him an offer, I can't tell 100% on that one, but it's worth noting. 

             At any rate I did come across a blog of a member from another lottery forum that describes the system in detail for free. So I guess I got the system one way or another, and although it's new to me, it is noted at the blog site that this is just an old system under a new name with a big price tag. Whatever, I can't say whether thats true one way or the other so ya know.

             In concusion I would like to remind everyone that there is no lottery system that can beat the odds long term, and a few wins short term (which is the best you can hope for with is system) is just pure luck, and is only an illusion that the system helped you do it.

             I am not going to post the system here, it is already free on the internet, and thats not my problem if someone wants to go down that road. The only way I will say how it works is in case Pete doesn't believe me in which case I will post the details of how to do it as proof that I am not lying about this.

            BTW Pete, I did send the investment info to the blogger as a thanks to him, and I still very much respect your decision to decline my offer. 

            Regards, Jack 

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              Posted: October 30, 2007, 3:34 pm - IP Logged

               FirstBorn,

               Pete, is that you, how many user names do you have here???!!!  LOL, just kidding!

               OK, which states' lottery do you play, I'll backtest it using the system and see how much truth there is to this, and then we can test it on an ongoing basis to see how well the system REALLY preforms in your lottery. One week is to short of a timeframe to tell for sure anyway. A few lucky wins could make it seem as if you just found a way to quit your day job, lol. "Kudos" on your beginners luck!! 

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                Fair is fair, I'll tell the whole story. OK folks heres the deal, I emailed Pete and asked him if he would trade me his system for investment information I have that is worth far more than $27. Pete declined my offer in favor of hoping I'd pay him $27 instead. He cited (in so many words) that he makes his money selling the system, not playing the lottery, and that selling ebooks online (like lottery systems) is the way to make money off of people, not playing the lottery, or actually playing a system or whatever. 

                In an advertisment for his $27 system Pete reminds us not to get greedy, something he might of forgot when I made him an offer, I can't tell 100% on that one, but it's worth noting. 

                 At any rate I did come across a blog of a member from another lottery forum that describes the system in detail for free. So I guess I got the system one way or another, and although it's new to me, it is noted at the blog site that this is just an old system under a new name with a big price tag. Whatever, I can't say whether thats true one way or the other so ya know.

                 In concusion I would like to remind everyone that there is no lottery system that can beat the odds long term, and a few wins short term (which is the best you can hope for with is system) is just pure luck, and is only an illusion that the system helped you do it.

                 I am not going to post the system here, it is already free on the internet, and thats not my problem if someone wants to go down that road. The only way I will say how it works is in case Pete doesn't believe me in which case I will post the details of how to do it as proof that I am not lying about this.

                BTW Pete, I did send the investment info to the blogger as a thanks to him, and I still very much respect your decision to decline my offer. 

                Regards, Jack 

                Jack you not the first lottery software collector to come to LP asking for free copies of other people software.   I've mention the programs I'm writing in several of my posts and get PMs all the time with such requests. 

                I always respond that I'm not interested in sharing my work freely with anyone who asks and it's not worthy of a being sold yet.  I suggest they try one of the many lottery programs on the Internet that have free trial periods and then buy the ones they like.  If they are too cheap for that then do as I'm doing and write their own.  Offering someone a copy of information you've copied from someone else is not really paying them for their work regardless of what you think it may be worth, chances are you would be trading up again using their lottery program once you had a copy of it too. 

                Whether Pete's work have any value or not it's his to distribute any way he wants, at $27 a look, he will have plenty of competition. 

                 * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
                   
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                  Posted: October 30, 2007, 4:18 pm - IP Logged

                  Hold on there boss, who said anything about asking for free? I offered a trade of information, thats not free, thats a trade. My information to trade was in regards to one of the best little know investments in the world, and the value of this information is far in excess of $27. I just can't see paying good money for any lottery system when I know full well that there is NO SYSTEM that can beat the odds in the long run.

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                    Hold on there boss, who said anything about asking for free? I offered a trade of information, thats not free, thats a trade. My information to trade was in regards to one of the best little know investments in the world, and the value of this information is far in excess of $27. I just can't see paying good money for any lottery system when I know full well that there is NO SYSTEM that can beat the odds in the long run.

                    "I just can't see paying good money for any lottery system..................."

                    Expecting something for nothing is expecting it for free.  Try buying a value meal with that information and see what it gets you.

                     * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
                       
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                      Hold on there boss, who said anything about asking for free? I offered a trade of information, thats not free, thats a trade. My information to trade was in regards to one of the best little know investments in the world, and the value of this information is far in excess of $27. I just can't see paying good money for any lottery system when I know full well that there is NO SYSTEM that can beat the odds in the long run.

                      Lol, I get all the free investment information that I need by watching " Mad Money " at 6 pm eastern time on CNBC. Boo Boo Boo Booyah !!

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                        Lol, I get all the free investment information that I need by watching " Mad Money " at 6 pm eastern time on CNBC. Boo Boo Boo Booyah !!

                        And did I say free ?

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                          Lol, I get all the free investment information that I need by watching " Mad Money " at 6 pm eastern time on CNBC. Boo Boo Boo Booyah !!

                          Before my ISP added a spam blocker to my e-mail address I used to get 3-5 e-mails daily about different best little known investments around the world from characters I didn't even know.  I never did figure out their angle since the information was free and they didn't represent a broker.

                           * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
                             
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                            Before my ISP added a spam blocker to my e-mail address I used to get 3-5 e-mails daily about different best little known investments around the world from characters I didn't even know.  I never did figure out their angle since the information was free and they didn't represent a broker.

                            Exactly. Same here. Usually some penny stock.

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                              Posted: October 30, 2007, 8:49 pm - IP Logged

                              One should always take forum/blog information with a grain of salt. Notice the system is called Lucky Lotto Picks System by Pete Egeler and Firstborn who loves it calls it the "Magic Money Lottery System!" 

                              I went to the other lottery forum where google has the identical post from Summertime and there is no online reply to indicate the system is old or free.  Most of these systems are close enough you can think you own it until you read it.  Last time I panned a system without checking it out first it turned out I wrote it and someone stole it and was selling it.  I do happen to know Pete is including one of my free systems as a bonus with my permission. Not much of a bonus if you already have it, but selling any lottery system here is like selling ice to eskimos. 

                              BobP