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What was your largest win with commercial lottery software?

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truecritic's avatar - PirateTreasure
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Posted: June 10, 2009, 3:37 am - IP Logged

Just out of curiosity, for those using commercial software:

What was your largest win? 

How much did you have to spend (not incl software) to win that amount?

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    Just out of curiosity, for those using commercial software:

    What was your largest win? 

    How much did you have to spend (not incl software) to win that amount?

    PA eve, sept 2008: $3600
    TN mid, nov 2008: $2700
    GA eve, jan 2009: $5850
    IL eve, march 2009: $2925
    IL eve, may 2009: $2250

    Spent about $5500 over that period

    cheers
    Ricky

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      PA eve, sept 2008: $3600
      TN mid, nov 2008: $2700
      GA eve, jan 2009: $5850
      IL eve, march 2009: $2925
      IL eve, may 2009: $2250

      Spent about $5500 over that period

      cheers
      Ricky

      Well, then, the next obvious question is which commercial system did you use?

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        Well, then, the next obvious question is which commercial system did you use?

        I play progression, using structures produced by LASAS3. (Overdue combined with hot)

        Currently NC eve and SC eve are in the spotlight

        cheers
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          Posted: June 11, 2009, 12:13 am - IP Logged

          Just out of curiosity, for those using commercial software:

          What was your largest win? 

          How much did you have to spend (not incl software) to win that amount?

          I wish there was some way to ask this question and obtain a result that could be trusted, but I can't think of a way.

          Anyone producing software is going to naturally answer in a way that makes their software seem profitable, and knowing there is absolutely no way to verify their answer, they can say anything they want to.

          Also, some people will post winnings from online gambling, which is not not helpful for the average player looking to evaluate software.

          In order to play online, you first have to mentally overcome the fact that you're doing something that the government feels is illegal, and then you have to circumvent the 2006 law that outlaws Internet gambling payments.  That's not easy because you can't use credit cards, a bank account, a PayPal account, or a host of other things.  Maybe you can wire money and hope you don't get caught.  And then you have to trust that even if the site will payout the winnings they promise, that you can somehow get the money into the country.  On top of that, it is expensive to do, so you're not really getting the full payout.

          Even for someone who does not produce the software they claim to use, does any gambler YOU know REALLY keep accurate track of their wins vs. losses -- and do they do it truthfully?

          At the risk of beating a dead horse, the only way anyone here can know for sure if someone is picking profitable numbers is to see their statistics on the Predictions Board.  It's impossible to cheat the system, and it maintains perfect statistics.

           

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            truecritic's avatar - PirateTreasure
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            Posted: June 11, 2009, 4:03 am - IP Logged

            I wish there was some way to ask this question and obtain a result that could be trusted, but I can't think of a way.

            Anyone producing software is going to naturally answer in a way that makes their software seem profitable, and knowing there is absolutely no way to verify their answer, they can say anything they want to.

            Also, some people will post winnings from online gambling, which is not not helpful for the average player looking to evaluate software.

            In order to play online, you first have to mentally overcome the fact that you're doing something that the government feels is illegal, and then you have to circumvent the 2006 law that outlaws Internet gambling payments.  That's not easy because you can't use credit cards, a bank account, a PayPal account, or a host of other things.  Maybe you can wire money and hope you don't get caught.  And then you have to trust that even if the site will payout the winnings they promise, that you can somehow get the money into the country.  On top of that, it is expensive to do, so you're not really getting the full payout.

            Even for someone who does not produce the software they claim to use, does any gambler YOU know REALLY keep accurate track of their wins vs. losses -- and do they do it truthfully?

            At the risk of beating a dead horse, the only way anyone here can know for sure if someone is picking profitable numbers is to see their statistics on the Predictions Board.  It's impossible to cheat the system, and it maintains perfect statistics.

            Yes, the question does depend on honesty whether they wrote the program or just faked an answer.   Since paurths is a longtime member, I would place more trust that he actually did make a nice profit.  Anyone posting that hasn't been a member before today, I might not believe them.

            The question doesn't mean that the profit continues.  I was just curious how big a hit anyone got from the purchase of the software - whether or not they made any profit.  Someone could post that they bought such-and-such software and made $10.  It was more of a fun question rather than looking for endorsement of a program.

            That being said, good work paurths!

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              Posted: June 11, 2009, 9:08 am - IP Logged

              PA eve, sept 2008: $3600
              TN mid, nov 2008: $2700
              GA eve, jan 2009: $5850
              IL eve, march 2009: $2925
              IL eve, may 2009: $2250

              Spent about $5500 over that period

              cheers
              Ricky

              Nice profits.  A person can make a good living on that software.

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                Posted: June 11, 2009, 9:20 am - IP Logged

                PA eve, sept 2008: $3600
                TN mid, nov 2008: $2700
                GA eve, jan 2009: $5850
                IL eve, march 2009: $2925
                IL eve, may 2009: $2250

                Spent about $5500 over that period

                cheers
                Ricky

                ok.. great.. but if you can of course a lot of people of this forum  wanna know .. what SOFTWARE DO you use?.... maybe what system? and WHAT MEN THIS CAPITAL letters

                (PA,TN,GA,IL,IL)<??

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                  Yes, the question does depend on honesty whether they wrote the program or just faked an answer.   Since paurths is a longtime member, I would place more trust that he actually did make a nice profit.  Anyone posting that hasn't been a member before today, I might not believe them.

                  The question doesn't mean that the profit continues.  I was just curious how big a hit anyone got from the purchase of the software - whether or not they made any profit.  Someone could post that they bought such-and-such software and made $10.  It was more of a fun question rather than looking for endorsement of a program.

                  That being said, good work paurths!

                  For anyone to see: my blog

                  (click on my nickname, then select "View Paurths blog")

                  What you will find there is something i posted on May 16, 2008 at 6:43 AM.

                  It was a set of numbers, from LASAS3, and the progression in which they were used.

                  The set of numbers was for TX midday: 213, 215, 273, 275, 312, 313, 315, 343, 345, 372, 373, 375, 512, 513, 515, 543, 545, 572, 573, 575

                  Now, the number 515 came in on the 5th day i was playing the set of numbers.

                  This means i had invested $25, and the payout was $225
                  Which comes to a net profit of $200.

                  No tricks, no hocus pocus, only reality, posted on May 16 2008, at 6:43 AM on LotteryPost in my blog,

                  5 days later the hit.

                   

                  Need i say more about "honesty"?

                  cheers
                  Ricky

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                    Posted: June 11, 2009, 1:23 pm - IP Logged

                    There is only one garantee, and that is that a number from a set (structure) i am playing will come in, sooner or later.

                    The sooner, the higher the profit, the later, the lower the profit and the higher the investment. Still, a net profit in the end.

                    I would not recommend anyone on using any software for "a good living".

                    But i have rand hundreds of thousands of test on "pick3 history", and the result was ... well, it was nothing less than amazing.

                    kind regards,
                    Ricky

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                      Posted: June 11, 2009, 1:24 pm - IP Logged

                      PA = Penssylvania
                      TN = Tennessee
                      GA = Georgia
                      IL = Illinois

                      The software is LASAS3, as i wrote before, in combination with LotSoftPro.

                      kind regards,
                      Ricky

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                        5/18/200932530943-17NJ 7:40PM Pick 41$0.25$0.25N6-7-1-36-7-1-3$2,250.00
                        5/18/200932530946-83NJ 7:40PM Pick 41$0.25$0.25Y3-6-7-16-7-1-3$93.75
                        5/18/200932530946-17NJ 7:40PM Pick 41$0.25$0.25Y6-7-1-36-7-1-3$93.75

                         

                        That was my best day playing P3/P4 online and I used good 'ole Microsoft Excel!  I'll be honest - I've tried a couple commercial lottery programs (LottoBuster is one of them) and they are okay, but I usually end up just coding some of the features from the software into Excel so I can change things around to suit me or automate some of the calculations.  Excel has a add-in called the "Data Analysis Tookpack" which is VERY useful!

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                          5/18/200932530943-17NJ 7:40PM Pick 41$0.25$0.25N6-7-1-36-7-1-3$2,250.00
                          5/18/200932530946-83NJ 7:40PM Pick 41$0.25$0.25Y3-6-7-16-7-1-3$93.75
                          5/18/200932530946-17NJ 7:40PM Pick 41$0.25$0.25Y6-7-1-36-7-1-3$93.75

                           

                          That was my best day playing P3/P4 online and I used good 'ole Microsoft Excel!  I'll be honest - I've tried a couple commercial lottery programs (LottoBuster is one of them) and they are okay, but I usually end up just coding some of the features from the software into Excel so I can change things around to suit me or automate some of the calculations.  Excel has a add-in called the "Data Analysis Tookpack" which is VERY useful!

                          That is very good.

                          When you tried LottoBuster, did you win anything worthwhile?

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                            5/18/200932530943-17NJ 7:40PM Pick 41$0.25$0.25N6-7-1-36-7-1-3$2,250.00
                            5/18/200932530946-83NJ 7:40PM Pick 41$0.25$0.25Y3-6-7-16-7-1-3$93.75
                            5/18/200932530946-17NJ 7:40PM Pick 41$0.25$0.25Y6-7-1-36-7-1-3$93.75

                             

                            That was my best day playing P3/P4 online and I used good 'ole Microsoft Excel!  I'll be honest - I've tried a couple commercial lottery programs (LottoBuster is one of them) and they are okay, but I usually end up just coding some of the features from the software into Excel so I can change things around to suit me or automate some of the calculations.  Excel has a add-in called the "Data Analysis Tookpack" which is VERY useful!

                            How do you win 2,250 on a .25 bet?  Just curious..I don't know much about online gambling.

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                              Posted: June 11, 2009, 10:36 pm - IP Logged

                              How do you win 2,250 on a .25 bet?  Just curious..I don't know much about online gambling.

                              A Pick 4 straight pays 9000 to 1!!!!