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Anyone heard of BJ Min?

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Posted: July 18, 2008, 6:43 pm - IP Logged

Hi All,

Yes it has been a loooooooooooong time since I last posted.  Still kicking, just a lot of changes.

I have come across lotto info / websites created by BJ Min such as "How to Win the Pick 3" and he has others like the pick 5 and scratchers.  I haven't purchased anything from him, just wanted to see if any of you lotto folks have and your opinions of his programs?

I don't think Todd would like it if I posted his website links, so if you do know of his programs you will recognize the name.

Thanks and Happy Picking!

Teresa

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    Posted: July 18, 2008, 6:58 pm - IP Logged

    Hi Zoozie,

    Nice to see you again,wow,long time! Yes, I've seen BJ Min's systems on the internet but haven't bought any.

    A couple of times a year I treat myself to a new lottery systems book or such just to see what my competition is,LOL.  Just bought the Pick3Edge lately for $50. Not much new,mostly a lot of old standard stuff that we already know and talk about here on the LP. There were a few pyramid thingys I'd never seen before though. 

    Maybe by the end of the year I will get the BJ Min Pick 3 system, that will be my treat #2. I'll let you know!

    Come visit more often! Party   

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      Posted: July 18, 2008, 7:44 pm - IP Logged

      Hi All,

      Yes it has been a loooooooooooong time since I last posted.  Still kicking, just a lot of changes.

      I have come across lotto info / websites created by BJ Min such as "How to Win the Pick 3" and he has others like the pick 5 and scratchers.  I haven't purchased anything from him, just wanted to see if any of you lotto folks have and your opinions of his programs?

      I don't think Todd would like it if I posted his website links, so if you do know of his programs you will recognize the name.

      Thanks and Happy Picking!

      Teresa

      Welcome back!!  See Ya!

      I'd recommend reading the articles if you come across them, as there seems to be some good common-sense stuff written there.  However, do so knowing that the reason for the articles is to be able to post links back to their sites that sell stuff.  (It's a marketing technique.)

       

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        Posted: July 18, 2008, 8:01 pm - IP Logged

        I seem to recall BJ Min being the author of a Pick-3 system and a Scratcher system by a retail store owner who supposedly sells lottery tickets and supposedly knows the tricks.  The Pick-3 system had nothing new (unless you're new to Pick-3) just a lot of advice.  I can't imagine what a scratcher system would be except to visit the state site to learn whether all the good prizes are already gone and to buy in batches of 3 to 5 tickets or more, based on the number of prizes divided into the number of tickets in an attempt to bracket a prize with most purchases.

        BobP

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          Posted: July 18, 2008, 8:08 pm - IP Logged

          Zookie,

          save your money. Its a system for box wins mostly. I do have it and it is good for newbies. However, everything and I mean everything he talks about I learned right here at Lottery Post.

           

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            Posted: July 19, 2008, 8:08 am - IP Logged

            Thanks for the info folks! 

            Hey LottoLaughs.... missed ya and all of our number crunching ideas we used to throw around!

            Bob - that's exactly the guy I was describing...

            Zoozie

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              Posted: July 20, 2008, 7:11 pm - IP Logged

              Hi Zoozie,

              Nice to see you again,wow,long time! Yes, I've seen BJ Min's systems on the internet but haven't bought any.

              A couple of times a year I treat myself to a new lottery systems book or such just to see what my competition is,LOL.  Just bought the Pick3Edge lately for $50. Not much new,mostly a lot of old standard stuff that we already know and talk about here on the LP. There were a few pyramid thingys I'd never seen before though. 

              Maybe by the end of the year I will get the BJ Min Pick 3 system, that will be my treat #2. I'll let you know!

              Come visit more often! Party   

              don't waste your time not worth the money. All it is the if you know one number system. Only he calls it the star number but with same concept.

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