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Posted: February 1, 2009, 5:27 pm - IP Logged

Hi, I'm new here.  My husband and I are bigtime lottery enthusiasts; we've been spending lots of money on the Virginia Lottery for years, yet we never win more than, say, $40.  It really ticks us off.  I decided to start a blog about it, this way we can journal every single one of our lottery playing experiences; we are documenting every penny spent, and every win.  Our blog is helping us to feel a little more empowered.  I'd post the link to our blog, but I'm not allowed to here.  Perhaps I'll be allowed to at some point.  It's called "Lisa and Tim's Virginia Lottery Journal."

I decided to start the blog to feel less victimized, to feel like our money is not spent in vain.  If nothing else, our voice will be heard.

I just can't believe that we've been playing for years and spending so much money, yet we've never even won $500 or $1,000.  I don't know if we're just unlucky or what.

Would love to share experiences with other Virginia Lottery enthusiasts, or any other enthusiasts.

Lisa

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    Posted: February 1, 2009, 6:39 pm - IP Logged

     Type welcome to the nut house

    I know how ya feel ... been playing ever since we got our own lottery and have chit to show for it

    but I keep on dreamin

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      Posted: February 1, 2009, 11:51 pm - IP Logged

      Hi, I'm new here.  My husband and I are bigtime lottery enthusiasts; we've been spending lots of money on the Virginia Lottery for years, yet we never win more than, say, $40.  It really ticks us off.  I decided to start a blog about it, this way we can journal every single one of our lottery playing experiences; we are documenting every penny spent, and every win.  Our blog is helping us to feel a little more empowered.  I'd post the link to our blog, but I'm not allowed to here.  Perhaps I'll be allowed to at some point.  It's called "Lisa and Tim's Virginia Lottery Journal."

      I decided to start the blog to feel less victimized, to feel like our money is not spent in vain.  If nothing else, our voice will be heard.

      I just can't believe that we've been playing for years and spending so much money, yet we've never even won $500 or $1,000.  I don't know if we're just unlucky or what.

      Would love to share experiences with other Virginia Lottery enthusiasts, or any other enthusiasts.

      Lisa

      Hi Lisa,

      Welcome to Lottery Post!

      I'll post your link since you're not able to yet: http://valotteryjournal.blogspot.com/

      You've come to the right place to discuss all the stuff you and your husband have been going through in your "money quest".

      Good luck with it, I hope you stick around and find the site helpful.

      -Todd

       

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        Posted: February 2, 2009, 11:33 am - IP Logged

        Hi Lisa,

        Welcome to Lottery Post!

        I'll post your link since you're not able to yet: http://valotteryjournal.blogspot.com/

        You've come to the right place to discuss all the stuff you and your husband have been going through in your "money quest".

        Good luck with it, I hope you stick around and find the site helpful.

        -Todd

        Thanks so much for posting the link to our blog, Todd.

        I look forward to reading everyone's posts!

        Lisa

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          Posted: February 2, 2009, 12:04 pm - IP Logged

          I am a big fan of Virginia Lottery but is only of Virginia Cash5 the one for 25 cents not pick3 or pick4....sorry i couldn't help....

          welcome to LP....

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            Posted: February 4, 2009, 3:17 pm - IP Logged

            Lisa,

            I may be able to help.  E=mail me and I will send you a program the has a 18 number wheel.

            using the hot and warm numbers.

            Joey

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              Posted: February 4, 2009, 3:26 pm - IP Logged

              Lisa,

              I may be able to help.  E=mail me and I will send you a program the has a 18 number wheel.

              using the hot and warm numbers.

              Joey

              Hi Joey,

              How do I e-mail you (or anyone else)?  How would I use a lottery wheel?  Has it worked for you?  Thanks.

              Lisa

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                Posted: February 4, 2009, 3:57 pm - IP Logged

                Welcome to the LotteryPost! I hang out in the tidewater area myself, buying tickets frequently on the weekend usually spending around $200 most weekends I get up there from NENC... Well, anywho... ...welcome to LP & I'll see you in VA - GO NAVY!!! - Pogo Out!

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                  Posted: February 4, 2009, 3:58 pm - IP Logged

                  BTW, I meant to say nice blog... ...haven't checked everything out yet.... ....but I will! -Pogo

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                    Posted: February 4, 2009, 4:26 pm - IP Logged

                    Hi, I'm new here.  My husband and I are bigtime lottery enthusiasts; we've been spending lots of money on the Virginia Lottery for years, yet we never win more than, say, $40.  It really ticks us off.  I decided to start a blog about it, this way we can journal every single one of our lottery playing experiences; we are documenting every penny spent, and every win.  Our blog is helping us to feel a little more empowered.  I'd post the link to our blog, but I'm not allowed to here.  Perhaps I'll be allowed to at some point.  It's called "Lisa and Tim's Virginia Lottery Journal."

                    I decided to start the blog to feel less victimized, to feel like our money is not spent in vain.  If nothing else, our voice will be heard.

                    I just can't believe that we've been playing for years and spending so much money, yet we've never even won $500 or $1,000.  I don't know if we're just unlucky or what.

                    Would love to share experiences with other Virginia Lottery enthusiasts, or any other enthusiasts.

                    Lisa

                    take a visit to us at the virginia pick 3  post theres lots of information there to help u win

                    when you do it do it right the first time...........

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                      Posted: February 7, 2009, 9:22 pm - IP Logged

                      That's funny, I just started a lottery blog too. Hope yours does well.

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                        Posted: February 8, 2009, 12:06 am - IP Logged

                        Welcome to Lottery Post Lisa! I hope to see you posting around more. See Ya!

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                          Posted: February 8, 2009, 11:26 am - IP Logged

                          People assume that if they spend more money on lottery that they are entitled to win. Funny how most jackpot wins are by people that spend the least. Since you guys like scratcher lottery keep in mind that its purely dumb luck akin to finding a needle in a haystack. There is no thinking or strategy behind it. Although there is an element here in NY that believes there is a methodology to success, yet the one who hits always seems to be the guy who buys one ticket on a whim. If you are serious about winning money consistently then the way to go is the three digit game. You will need all the results for the state your playing, a chart listing every combo, the date it hit, the number of drawings between hits, and a bankroll. Once you've determined a combos hit rate then you bet it. You also need to keep a record of the combos you play and how much, in addition to the numerous other charts pertaining to the three digit game.

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                            Posted: February 9, 2009, 8:47 am - IP Logged

                            People assume that if they spend more money on lottery that they are entitled to win. Funny how most jackpot wins are by people that spend the least. Since you guys like scratcher lottery keep in mind that its purely dumb luck akin to finding a needle in a haystack. There is no thinking or strategy behind it. Although there is an element here in NY that believes there is a methodology to success, yet the one who hits always seems to be the guy who buys one ticket on a whim. If you are serious about winning money consistently then the way to go is the three digit game. You will need all the results for the state your playing, a chart listing every combo, the date it hit, the number of drawings between hits, and a bankroll. Once you've determined a combos hit rate then you bet it. You also need to keep a record of the combos you play and how much, in addition to the numerous other charts pertaining to the three digit game.

                            I don't know about that.  I've actually heard about some pretty sound strategies for scratch games.  It mostly has to do with when you buy the tickets, how far into the roll, monitoring prizes remaining, etc. 

                             

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