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Do you design your system or create your method from the lottery matrix?

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Posted: June 26, 2008, 6:57 pm - IP Logged

I find no sense in designing a system to win the lottery -- it doesn't work. QP would be just as good as any system designed.

A method created from the lottery matrix, I find it much more sensible. A method should allow you to see and understand why EACH numbers played the way it did. I'm able to see and understand why the next numbers will be played, too. The problem about "seeing" the next numbers to be played, it leaves you with a choice: there will be a "few" numbers to pick from for each numbers. In my opinion, a great method shouldn't leave you with a choice of choosing more than 5 numbers for each numbers.

My method, I choose from 2 to3 numbers for each numbers -- not bad. Even still, 2 numbers is way too many to choose from....I've been working on another method (yeah, I use several methods to get my numbers right) and I feel good for the potential it holds.

I swear, just recently, I played some numbers straight from my method and end up getting the first 3 right while the last two was off by ONE number. One number! The Mega Ball, I had it totally wrong.

I sat there wondering if the New Jersy lottery officials tampered with the numbers. The numbers that played was not correlated with the pattern and was totally an "irregular number" that wasn't suppose to play. I know it suppose to be random and all that crap but I've been doing this for 10 plus years to know that there are even patterns in randomness. However, the number that played was within the patterned line but it wasn't suppose to be THAT number.

On the next draw, I realized the number that I played (which was right all along) played. That pissed me off and I doubt it was a coincidence, both of the numbers I had wrong end up playing on the next draw.

It's all good -- I'm just happy my method WORKS! Can't wait for tomorrow. I'm even thinking about predicting on Maddog's Challenge too!!

 

How bout you guys?

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    Posted: June 26, 2008, 7:34 pm - IP Logged

    Please join Maddog's challenge.

    Gives you another way to check your method.

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      Posted: June 26, 2008, 8:36 pm - IP Logged

      My system is designed for picking numbers that are drawn primarily(but not solely) from the same pool of numbers. For example, Pick 5, Pick 6, and PB. However, since PB only has 5 numbers chosen from the same pool, I decided to switch over to Pick 6, where my system can have its full effect. Plus, the initial odds of winning Hoosier Lotto is 12 times smaller than it is to win PB, so that helps a lot too. When I want to use my system for a new game, I have to put all the stuff on paper first, then code it, but this can take days if not weeks considering the size my system is currently at. So all I am doing is "converting" my system to match the matrix of that game. Maybe someday I'll write a program that will do all this for me automatically.

      Gonna win.Big Smile

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        Posted: June 26, 2008, 11:31 pm - IP Logged


        Mega-ThinkTank if it works stick with it.

        There aren't any mega or powerball winners that i can recall that said they won using a system other than the birthday and birth date crowd.

        Big John says. You don't hit the number. The number hits you!!!!

                       I'm not Big John, I'm Four4me, Big John's a friend.