|Posted: November 26, 2009, 10:21 am - IP Logged|
For a while now, I've been visiting in Kansas and have been sporadically playing Pick 3. However, the times I've played, my picks have been just one number off from the winner. Some entertaining systems I've used are the ttt method, stribman's majic chart, the old man's zeros, Little Old Lady's make your own puzzle, Isaac Nwokogba's system, and a few more I found here at LP.
A more specific question I've been wondering about Kansas Lottery. You're not held accountable. Since you live in Kansas I thought you might know the answer. Why does Kansas not post the amount won each day from their daily game? Most of my pick 3 experience is from Louisiana, another state that uses computerized lottery drawings; however, LA does post daily winning money results. Of course, KS is not alone; there are other states that don't post. It does give me pause to wonder.
States issue play tickets via computers, so there is little effort in a tally and letting the playing public in on the results. My conclusion: I think an appropriate attachment to the issue of "lottery drawings using player-visible drawing methods" is posting daily won results.
Thanks for tolerating my venting.
P.S. Wheeler, I appreciate your efforts here. Please keep on posting.
(easy link to various state lotteries) http://www.powerball.com/pb_links.asp