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The best program for lotto #s.

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All members:

Could you tell me which program is much better than others for lotto number estimation in the world now? Thanks.


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    That's a holy grail question...lol

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      All members:

      Could you tell me which program is much better than others for lotto number estimation in the world now? Thanks.



      With 6/49 you would think any lottery software worth buying could put all six winning numbers on a wheel of 24 numbers often enough to be interesting.

      Here's the thing . . . In a 6/49 game, choosing any 24 numbers as often as you like by any means from numbered beans to the most expensive software, you can expect to have all six winning numbers among the 24 an average of one time in 103 draws.   6/53 it's around 170 draws. 

      Of course you could have all six winning numbers two or three times or no times, but the average over time will be what I indicated above. 

      This is why the first step to winning is only eliminating a small number of numbers or eliminate none at all. 

      You can play all the numbers in ten lines or less for most games and not miss a single winning number in any draw.    BobP

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        Hi, Bob:

        Thanks for your reply!

        "In a 6/49 game, choosing any 24 numbers as often as you like by any means from numbered beans to the most expensive software"

        I'm still not clear your means above. Could you give me some examples about those? In addition, did you win lotto by using your strategy above? If so, pls let me know it in detail and I want to repeat your progress for that. Thanks.

        Best regards,

        lottoburg

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          Hi, Bob:

          Thanks for your reply!

          "In a 6/49 game, choosing any 24 numbers as often as you like by any means from numbered beans to the most expensive software"

          I'm still not clear your means above. Could you give me some examples about those? In addition, did you win lotto by using your strategy above? If so, pls let me know it in detail and I want to repeat your progress for that. Thanks.

          Best regards,

          lottoburg


          First of all, the better lottery software doesn't pretend to predict numbers.  True enough the software may rank them according to some criteria or another, but it isn't sold as prediction.

          Now what I meant. 

          Go out and buy ten lottery software that predict numbers to play. 

          Use each software to predict the most likely 24 numbers for the next draw.

          Do this for the next 103 draws. 

          See how often you have all six winning numbers among the 24 from any of these programs, the average will be once for each.  Maybe one or two will have all six winning numbers two or three times, others not at all.   Most give you one chance a year to win, and your wheel will likely be a 3if6.   Arrrgh!!!

          If I had already won a jackpot I wouldn't be here posting this . . .

          The method I mentioned is a perfectly valid means to play if some thought is put into creating some of the lines, the remainder are left to chance. 

          Think about it, when you play all the numbers in one or more sets of the minimum number of lines, only six lines or less per set can contain a winning number. This alone takes the odds down from 6/49 to 6/36 or better.

          Personally I use the method I outlined in my book, honest that's how I play since before I wrote about it.  The software I use preforms an autopsy on the previous draw,  tells me exactly the filter choices I should have made (not the numbers)  to have won.  I see where I went wrong and try again next draw.   Think of a series of twenty choices, where when you get them all right you must win a jackpot.   I'm looking forward to it.

          BobP

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            It depends on which game you play, and I agree with what BobP said. However, if the Pick-3 or Pick-4 is your bag, then I personally don't think there's any better program out there than LotSoft Pro. It isn't always going to predict a winner, but it gives the user 100X more information than any other program out so that you can make intelligent choices based on how you want to play. Hope that all made sense. Good luck to you.

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              First of all, the better lottery software doesn't pretend to predict numbers.  True enough the software may rank them according to some criteria or another, but it isn't sold as prediction.

              Now what I meant. 

              Go out and buy ten lottery software that predict numbers to play. 

              Use each software to predict the most likely 24 numbers for the next draw.

              Do this for the next 103 draws. 

              See how often you have all six winning numbers among the 24 from any of these programs, the average will be once for each.  Maybe one or two will have all six winning numbers two or three times, others not at all.   Most give you one chance a year to win, and your wheel will likely be a 3if6.   Arrrgh!!!

              If I had already won a jackpot I wouldn't be here posting this . . .

              The method I mentioned is a perfectly valid means to play if some thought is put into creating some of the lines, the remainder are left to chance. 

              Think about it, when you play all the numbers in one or more sets of the minimum number of lines, only six lines or less per set can contain a winning number. This alone takes the odds down from 6/49 to 6/36 or better.

              Personally I use the method I outlined in my book, honest that's how I play since before I wrote about it.  The software I use preforms an autopsy on the previous draw,  tells me exactly the filter choices I should have made (not the numbers)  to have won.  I see where I went wrong and try again next draw.   Think of a series of twenty choices, where when you get them all right you must win a jackpot.   I'm looking forward to it.

              BobP

              Hi, BobP:

              Thanks for your sincere and detail instructions!!!

              I want to try your strategy by using 10 lotto software. But do you think which 10 lotto software should be better than others in the current martket? Thanks.

              Best regards,

              lottoburg

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                It depends on which game you play, and I agree with what BobP said. However, if the Pick-3 or Pick-4 is your bag, then I personally don't think there's any better program out there than LotSoft Pro. It isn't always going to predict a winner, but it gives the user 100X more information than any other program out so that you can make intelligent choices based on how you want to play. Hope that all made sense. Good luck to you.

                Hi, Shawn:

                Thanks for your sincere advice! I have visited the website of LotSoftPro (3.5.0) but I'm not sure what's the means of "License: Shareware $27" on the home page.

                In addition, could you want to share your experience for plying pich-3/4 by using LotSoftPro? Thanks.

                 

                Best regards,

                lottoburg

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                  Hi, Shawn:

                  I can not use the software even I have downloaded it. I have to pay the Registration if I use it really. Why not the company makes an order page directly? I don't think it's a honest business. Isn't it?

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                    Hi, Shawn:

                    I can not use the software even I have downloaded it. I have to pay the Registration if I use it really. Why not the company makes an order page directly? I don't think it's a honest business. Isn't it?

                    The software is free for download to evaluate the product for a short time. However, if you wish to continue using the program, you are asked to pay the registration fee in exchange for a registration key that will unlock the program permanently. Ricky, aka Paurths here at LP runs a good business and will take good care of you. He's never let me down.

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                      The software is free for download to evaluate the product for a short time. However, if you wish to continue using the program, you are asked to pay the registration fee in exchange for a registration key that will unlock the program permanently. Ricky, aka Paurths here at LP runs a good business and will take good care of you. He's never let me down.

                      Hi, Shawn:

                      Thanks for your instructions. The last drawing is 2007 /11/6 and I can not update the history data online to current drawing by using the program. And how can use it to win? What's its strategy? Thanks.