|Posted: May 12, 2008, 12:00 pm - IP Logged|
Hello Lottery Post folks,
This is my first post here. I have a question about wheels. I purchaed Bluskov's book that many of you are familiar with. Although it is good, some things about it frustrate me. Example. I like the small investment of $84 used in System #2. IF (the biggest 2 letter word in the English language) you pick 5 of 9 correct you are guaranteed at least one five win. Unfortunately, the book only shows 30 of the 84 combinations. I ran one of the wheels on LP with my numbers and it looks to be the same. The wheel on Lottery post wheel was list as guaranteed 6-win if 6 of 9 guessed correctly but it seemed close if not identical to Bluskov 5 win if 5 of 9. Can anyone assist with sorting this out. Are the same? If different, how so.
Another question about Bluskov's book. I've seen posts here on LP that say the book is only good for pick 6 lotteries but page 17 of the book says that all of the systems included are good for ALL lotteries that use a bonus number (ie Mega Ball, bonus ball etc.). Can anyone explain that one to me?
Thanks for your input.
I have some doubts about your story.
You could not have possibly "ran one of the wheels on LP with your numbers" because only Platinum members have access to Abbreviated wheels at Lottery Post. You are obviously not a Platinum member.
I am therefore locking this thread.
If you want to re-post another topic with general questions about wheels that you seem to have, that would be fine. For example, you seem to want information about using a wheel with a bonus game.
However, these kinds of basic questions have been posted about several times in the past, and I would prefer that you try using the search engine (in the Forums menu) before asking such basic questions. Open the default date range to include additional years if your initial query does not return many results.
To continue and/or expand on a topic posted in the past, simply include a link to that previous topic in your new topic, so that people can see the original discussion and then follow your new points.