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Posted: December 16, 2009, 2:33 am - IP Logged

whenever the pots grow and grow, i print out a clock face

and post the winner numbers where the minutes should be.

after examining it, i discover a big hole

in my world of math mathmatices,  you would have to flip six coins and they'd all have to turn up heads. 

here's my example

27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41
26                                                                 42
25                                                                  43   
24                                                                  44
23                                                                  45
22                                                                  46
21                                                                  47
20                                                                48
19                                                   
               49
18                                                                 50
17                                                                 51
16                                                                 52
15                                                                 53
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    Guru101's avatar - rw6jhh
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    Posted: December 16, 2009, 5:29 am - IP Logged

    whenever the pots grow and grow, i print out a clock face

    and post the winner numbers where the minutes should be.

    after examining it, i discover a big hole

    in my world of math mathmatices,  you would have to flip six coins and they'd all have to turn up heads. 

    here's my example

    27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41
    26                                                                 42
    25                                                                  43   
    24                                                                  44
    23                                                                  45
    22                                                                  46
    21                                                                  47
    20                                                                48
    19                                                   
                   49
    18                                                                 50
    17                                                                 51
    16                                                                 52
    15                                                                 53
    14                                                                 54
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    Your post is short and doesn't provide many details. Good luck convincing others Mega Millions is rigged with that incredible evidence you just posted.

    Gonna win.Big Smile

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      Posted: December 16, 2009, 8:14 am - IP Logged

      <Moved to Jackpot Games forum>

      Please post in the appropriate forum ... thank you.

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        Posted: December 16, 2009, 9:30 am - IP Logged

        Have you ever called the Georgia Lottery where those drawings take place to find out how many ballsets they rotate through to perform drawings?  Also ask how many pre-jackpot draw and post-jackpot draws they perform before each and every Mega Millions drawing.  Additionally inquire how many machines they use do perform draws.

        I was once told that data for pre and post draws was available at lottery headquarters if someone wanted to come request it.  You might want to find out exactly what you'd have to do to get that information which might provide you with numbers drawn in pre and post tests that haven't been drawn in a long time in jackpot draws. 

        The number '1' comes to mind because it hasn't hit in 31 MM draws but my bet is it's hit plenty in pre and post testing.

        Good luck to everyone!

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          Posted: December 16, 2009, 12:10 pm - IP Logged

          I happen to agree.  When the jackpot crosses 100 mil, it does seem to be more difficult to win. If it hits 100 mill, it seems to always go to at least $200 mil.

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            Posted: December 16, 2009, 12:17 pm - IP Logged

            whenever the pots grow and grow, i print out a clock face

            and post the winner numbers where the minutes should be.

            after examining it, i discover a big hole

            in my world of math mathmatices,  you would have to flip six coins and they'd all have to turn up heads. 

            here's my example

            27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41
            26                                                                 42
            25                                                                  43   
            24                                                                  44
            23                                                                  45
            22                                                                  46
            21                                                                  47
            20                                                                48
            19                                                   
                           49
            18                                                                 50
            17                                                                 51
            16                                                                 52
            15                                                                 53
            14                                                                 54
            13 12 11 10  09 08 07 06  05 04 03 02 01 56 55

            please POST a litle explication or better for use this system likes.. interesting please

            its posible to use ina 6/38 GAME ?

             i will get MY COUNTRY jackpot..

            THE SMARTER PEOPLE ...are succesfull, person

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              Posted: December 16, 2009, 2:09 pm - IP Logged

              Any time a combination has a range of 21(the distance from its lowest number to its highest number) or smaller, your clock face will have a large area with no numbers.  But that has only happened 24 times in the last 468 drawings since the last matrix change.  If what you suspect was true then you could play only combinations with a range of 21 or less and improve your odds of winning quite a bit.  If you did that and your winnings increased then your argument might make some sense other wise it doesn't.

               * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
                 
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                My spies have confirmed that it's not rigged. This game is the real deal...

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                  My spies have confirmed that it's not rigged. This game is the real deal...

                  I'm with you diamondpalace, and I intend to demonstrate it tomorrow.


                                                               
                                       
                                                           

                   

                   

                   

                   

                                                                                                                     

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                    I happen to agree.  When the jackpot crosses 100 mil, it does seem to be more difficult to win. If it hits 100 mill, it seems to always go to at least $200 mil.

                    It's hard to reach a realistic conclusion when you're starting with faulty factual information. Over the past two years the MM jackpot has been higher than $100 million 11 times.  5 times the jackpot has been won before reaching $200 million. Of those 5 times, one was $196 million and the other 4 were $135 million or less. That's well short of "always" going to at least $200 million.

                    In 6 of those 11 times the jackpot has been won at something over $200 million. 4 of those 6 were won at the first jackpot that pased $200 million, so only 2 of 11 rolled after passing the $200 million mark. With 175 million possible combinations we should expect about 1 winner for every 175 million tickets, as a long term average. Selling 175 million tickets puts about $56 million into the jackpot pool, and currently that means about $89 million for the anuity.  That means that once the jackpot gets past $100 million we should expect  winners to collect about $189 million as the annuity value. The actual average of those 11 jackpts was $197 million, but two of them had multiple winners, so the 11 jackpots were won by 14 winners. That's an actual average of "only" $155 million which is less than what we should expect from random probability.

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                      this summer, i remember several draws including powerball, when at least 5 of the 6 numbers were seperated by no more than 26. 

                      next time you purchase some quickpicks, take a look at the ticket and see how many lines are like that drawing.  not one is my bet.  it's like tossing six coins up in the air and having them all land "heads."

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                        If there was only one possible way for 5 numbers to be separated byno more than 26 and you'd said 4 coins all landing heads up, you'd bealmost right. 26 is fairly close to half of the possible numbers, sofor each number drawn there's about a 50% chance that it will be in thelower half. That's roughly the same as each coin being flipped having a50% chance of landing heads.

                        In reality there are many ways for the 5 numbers to be separated by26 or less. They can all fall in the bottom or top range,  from 1 to 26or 34 to 59, but they could also fall in any of 32 other ranges,between 2 to 27  and 33 to 58.  That's 34 different ranges of 26,compared to only one way for 4 coins to all land heads. Comparing it to4 coins is the right way, because no matter what the first number is itallows the rest to fall within a range of 26.  The actual probabilityis very complex, since it varies with the first number drawn. If thefirst number is between 26 and 34 then 50 of the remaining 58 numbersfall within a range of 26, so it's very likely that the next numberwill fall in that range. The least likely way for all of the numbers tobe within a range of 26 would be if the first number was 1 or 59,because  then there are only 25 numbers that fall in the range. Let'ssee how likely that would be.

                        The chances that the 2nd number will be between 2 and 26 (or 34 and58)  is 25/58, or .43. Assuming that happens, there's a 24/57 chancethat the 3rd number will fit, or .42. For the 4th number it's 23/56, or.41. For the 5th number  it's 22/55, or .4.  Putting it all together wehave .43*.42*.41*.4 =.296, or a hair under 3%. That's 1 in 33.7.  So nomatter what the first number is there's at least a 1 in 33.7 chancethat the next 4 will fall within a range of 26. 

                        For any first number  other than 1 or 59, there's a greater chance that the 2nd number will fit the range. Asnoted above, there are 9 numbers, that if drawn first result in a 50/58or .86 chance that the 2nd number will fall in the range. The chancesthat the 3rd number will fall in the range will depend on the 2ndnumbers relation to the first. Again, let's take the worst case, wherethe 2nd number is at the end of the range. The chances of the 35d, 4thand 5th numbers falling in the range would be the same, so the overallchance becomes .96*.42*.41*.4 or .066. That's 6.6% or 1 in 15, almostidentical to the 1 in16 chance that flipping 4 coins will result in 4heads.

                        Overall, the range is most likely to be greater than 26, but a range of 26 or less is hardly a very unusual event.

                        I've ignored the 6th number, because without specifying which of the 6 it makes no difference.

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                          Posted: December 21, 2009, 2:29 am - IP Logged

                          hi floyd,  i def see the math now.  wish the math teacher would have spent some more time on this during my learning days.  they could probably create a semester on lottery mathmatics / probability course.  it still bugs me when i see numbers close together.  for instance, the other day in illinois little lotto  1-39

                          ALL FIVE numbers drawn were in the thirties...

                          assuming nobody would hit that, i checked the site.  three winners, two WERE quickpicks.  amazing, none the less.   100k jackpot,  each probably took home 24k after taxes with odds of winning 575k:1.   lol i don't plan on going hog wild anytime soon.

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                            Posted: December 21, 2009, 1:18 pm - IP Logged

                            Two things to remember:

                            1. For everyone who  has a reason they won't play some set of numbers, there's at least one person who has a reason that they will play them.

                            2. The lottery doesn't draw numbers. In most cases they draw balls, but even with an RNG the computer isn't picking numbers (the only digits the computer can work with are 0 and 1). The numbers are simply a convenient way to label the balls so we know which is which. The idea that winning numbers are somehow "close" to each or form apattern (such as 5,10,15, etc) other is an illusion.

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                              Keep in mind what William Atwood write in his book called The Lottery Solution.

                              The Lottery terminals are programmed NOT to spit out all the possible combinations there are in the MM game.  So the 'quickpick" you buy today in your state could be the same one issued tomorrow in another state.

                              But when the jackpot reaches $200+ million, more of those combinations are "released" = made available for purchased in quick pick form.  (Another reason to place more trust in a system than a computer that won't issue every possible combination possible.)

                              Perhaps this explains why, to the best of my knowledge, there have been no jackpots of $400 million or higher.


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