Mr Z System's
September 22, 2003
|Posted: December 2, 2008, 9:14 am - IP Logged|
Do anyone have Mr. Z's Scientific Number Selector (SNS) System.
Or any of his System's Or where to look for them?
September 1, 2003
|Posted: December 2, 2008, 3:59 pm - IP Logged|
Eazy4now I went to Resources & then Search for something, I put the term in just as you have it Mr. Z's Scientific Number Selector & BAM!
The links below may help.
Bought a system - Lottery Post Forums
Search Engine Mr Z's
I tell you, Todd couldn't have made it any easier to search for what you want here at the Lottery Post. Thanks so much for all of the enhancements!
Bob Lyons passed away awhile back.
Post Office Box 8214
Naples, FL 34101-8214
Phone (941) 774-9183
Not sure if someone has taken over the business??
Dump Water Florida
June 5, 2002
|Posted: December 2, 2008, 5:31 pm - IP Logged|
As winsumloosesum said.
You can view an archived copy of the original Mr. Z site from here . . .
Don't try to buy anything, the site is no longer a working business.
It appears Mike K. bought the domain redirecting visitors to his site, but the Mr. Z systems aren't there.
The Scientific Number selector was a chart where you recorded the frequency of the digits for the week and entered them in order of most to least hits in a column. Once you had several columns you looked for formed numbers or digits to wheel in clusters running down, across, criss-cross, L's, key holes, squares, etc. after the draw you could almost always find what you should have played.
The dos software was an automated version of the Scientific Number selector with some additional charts.
December 10, 2008
|Posted: December 10, 2008, 7:15 pm - IP Logged|
I had this system it had very good charts for developing your own number strategies it's a shame he left us I wish him well in the afterlife!!!
January 3, 2004
|Posted: December 12, 2008, 2:51 pm - IP Logged|
by Robert P. Lyon (Mr. Z)
It goes without saying that all successful "pick 3" and "pick 4" players keep records and logs of the systems and numbers they use. It is extremely important to keep these records in order to have a clear and concise picture of what is occurring during the lotto run. More importantly, the records should reflect exactly what the player has done.
A man I know was hitting three or four times a week playing the "pick 4", then was distracted for several weeks from the game. He kept no records during this period. When he began playing in earnest again, he was unable to reconstruct his play. He should have maintained his records, but didn’t, and as a result suffered the usual negative consequences. Attention to detail can make the difference between winning and losing, as my friend discovered.
This simple and basic rule of Lotto play should be self evident, but human nature being what it is, we tend to become forgetful and inattentive. I know I have been at times and have paid dearly for it. If you haven’t already begun to keep records of your play, do so now. There’s no better time to start. A notebook, steno pad, or diary should be maintained daily, no matter what system you are using for play. Write it down! You may be quite surprised at the results!
May 11, 2008
|Posted: December 14, 2008, 2:26 am - IP Logged|
yes, i agree... and thanks for that advice..........I miss a lot of hits not paying attention...........