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(As for his lower priced stuff, there's a lot better pencil and paper workouts here on LP.)

"Coin Toss" I never had any positive results with the pencil paper stuff here on Lottery Post in fact the software related tools didn't even help me out like the Deflater and other stuff for Pick-3/4 I have found that commercial software and systems work better for me.

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    No one can duplicate his results and never will it's his systems he knows how too use them better than anyone I have a lot of his systems even the ones he used too hit with and could never make that kind of money using them.I've met players from this forum that have won money using his systems but not as much as he did they won  using his Power Blox,Money Map,Prime Line and Pay-Day 5 in the pay-day 5 this woman won $1,000 for a 4/5 hit in the FL Pick-5.

    Maybe Steve Player should post a disclaimer with his systems "No one else can duplicate my results with my system"

     * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
       
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      Posted: February 21, 2010, 10:04 pm - IP Logged

      dont trust this  steve player


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        If you ever decide to buy a system of his, buy the "cash graph", P-3 system. It's designed to look like a stock market chart, dealing with straight numbers. It's the best of the best of his systems in my opinion. I have a better chance predicting numbers by seeing the activity.

         The systems to avoid are the mechanical ones, which look like pre-set charts of numbers to play, without any thought on your part.....

         

        But at the end of the day. This works best in a lottery that holds only one drawing a day.

         

         


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          What do you mean?? don't trust steve player I've bought his systems since 2004 and I don't use them like he does because it's not possible but I HAVE found other uses that have help me hit numbers in the pick-3/4 games.If you didn't have any luck it's not his fault it's yours he doesn't force you too buy his systems and there are players from this forum that have won money using some of his stuff not too mention he actually uses his systems too win money in the daily games in his state.


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            "Joker17"

            Are you talking about the Cash Trax system?? for Pick-3 that's the one that uses the stock market like chart the Cash Graphs for pick-3/4 breaks the game down by position.The Cash Graphs cost $15 the Cash Trax cost $150 so how much did you pay??


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              "Joker17"

              Are you talking about the Cash Trax system?? for Pick-3 that's the one that uses the stock market like chart the Cash Graphs for pick-3/4 breaks the game down by position.The Cash Graphs cost $15 the Cash Trax cost $150 so how much did you pay??

              It must be the cash trax. It's been a long time, and I don't even have it with me anymore. I know it wasn't 15 bucks....that's for sure. It was for single number straight positional.

               

              I also bought the Mastercash Redlist book, with 14 sets to play for the drawing. That one was a waste of money. It cost me 150 bucks.


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                Posted: February 22, 2010, 12:44 pm - IP Logged

                Yeah anything that GIVES you "ready too play" numbers  I don't waste my money  like the PowerBlox,WynnTek,CashBoards,HitWheels,WinMaster.I only buy the systems that require analysis and provide charts,graphs etc.... I have the Cash-Trax,Money-Map,OverLap,Hit-Zone and Prime-Line.He somehow won over $5,000 using the Master Redlist but I suspect he did something else along with it if you had it and wasn't able too win anything

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                  A self-developed, custom application system is the absolute best way to approach Pick 3. One must individualize every single aspect of what is to be played in order to be successful. This does cost money, though, which is the biggest problem for most people. However, after reading about what people spend on readily available systems, that same money could've been very well spent on combinations derived from a dedicated playlist.

                  I keep looking at that $150 spent on something that didn't come close to working. $150 can produce many consistent str8 hits if applied correctly. Heck, I spend $85 on mine and do pretty. I just have to wait for the right time to play. The right amount of money, patience, and application is what produces wins. End of story.

                  L.L.

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                    The most important piece of information regarding the SP systems is 'How many tickets did he buy' to win whatever amount he is bragging about.

                    I have a personal strategy. My wins and losses fluctuate, but, I'd do better if I had a couple hundred bucks, or even a thousand bucks, to wager for each drawing.

                    IMO, SP is part of a corporation that has deep pockets. I don't think many average players can play at the level a big business can.

                    My humble opinion, of course.


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                      YES "Lucky Loser"

                      Your absolutely correct I have corresponded with players from Lottery Post and other posts since 2002 that did give me inside info on there CONSISTANT hits in the daily games.One player would spend $100 and  win $1,000 a week  in the Pick-3 by hitting it twice each time he played he covered as many bets possible using software which GREATLY increased his chances of hitting.Other players spent anywhere from $50-$150 and did very well even in the Pick-4 but the average player cannot bet like that some of these guys explained that you gotta approach it the same way casino gamblers play.You won't find them spending $5-$20 too hit a jackpot they spend well above that so if you can't spend like a serious casino gambler then your not gonna win consistantly in these games.Whether it's slots,roulette or cards the serious gambler will spend quite a bit of money too win something the average lottery player can't afford too do.


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                        Well that idea has been floating around for quite some time but until he actually gives an interview we'll never really know if it's just one guy or a group of guys.What I do know is he does have a company called OPCOM Inc and the deep pockets came from him actually winning the NY Lottery back in 1988 and then from selling his systems and actually using them too hit the numbers in his state.

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                          The most important piece of information regarding the SP systems is 'How many tickets did he buy' to win whatever amount he is bragging about.

                          I have a personal strategy. My wins and losses fluctuate, but, I'd do better if I had a couple hundred bucks, or even a thousand bucks, to wager for each drawing.

                          IMO, SP is part of a corporation that has deep pockets. I don't think many average players can play at the level a big business can.

                          My humble opinion, of course.

                          Hi bobby. You have the right idea here in that it does cost to accomplish wins and nothing will ever change that. How many tickets is important but, what's even more important is how those numbers are arranged and it makes all the difference in the outcome. Building up enough money to play big is a matter of playing right and making enough profit when you hit. Profit produces additional chances to play and win that same amount over again...on the house. Does this make sense?

                          Each time you win, you want the house fronting your wager so that if you do miss, it's okay. The house just got a little bit of what they loss to you. It's truly an art form...

                          L.L.

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                            YES "Lucky Loser"

                            Your absolutely correct I have corresponded with players from Lottery Post and other posts since 2002 that did give me inside info on there CONSISTANT hits in the daily games.One player would spend $100 and  win $1,000 a week  in the Pick-3 by hitting it twice each time he played he covered as many bets possible using software which GREATLY increased his chances of hitting.Other players spent anywhere from $50-$150 and did very well even in the Pick-4 but the average player cannot bet like that some of these guys explained that you gotta approach it the same way casino gamblers play.You won't find them spending $5-$20 too hit a jackpot they spend well above that so if you can't spend like a serious casino gambler then your not gonna win consistantly in these games.Whether it's slots,roulette or cards the serious gambler will spend quite a bit of money too win something the average lottery player can't afford too do.

                            There have been players in the past that would post several hundreds dollars of numbers trying to explain how their system won money and they usually won very little or nothing.  One of them was "goose" who I haven't seen around for years.  He was banned several times and came back with a new name and he never did prove spending more would a way to win.

                             * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
                               
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                              YES "Lucky Loser"

                              Your absolutely correct I have corresponded with players from Lottery Post and other posts since 2002 that did give me inside info on there CONSISTANT hits in the daily games.One player would spend $100 and  win $1,000 a week  in the Pick-3 by hitting it twice each time he played he covered as many bets possible using software which GREATLY increased his chances of hitting.Other players spent anywhere from $50-$150 and did very well even in the Pick-4 but the average player cannot bet like that some of these guys explained that you gotta approach it the same way casino gamblers play.You won't find them spending $5-$20 too hit a jackpot they spend well above that so if you can't spend like a serious casino gambler then your not gonna win consistantly in these games.Whether it's slots,roulette or cards the serious gambler will spend quite a bit of money too win something the average lottery player can't afford too do.

                              Yeah, it's pretty common among approximately 75% of players to play very small amounts and believe that wins will come easily. Pick 3 & 4 simply aren't designed that way and if you really want to win, it's going to cost. Boils down to this: One hit or several hits which yield a slightly smaller profit...in a week? It's that big money that so many people get infatuated with and it's what the lotteries really want...and get. 

                              I prefer, based on my cost vs. payout, to enjoy a lesser total profit which I can duplicate again and somewhat depend on. Each time I play, the house is wagering for me and it's money I've won from it already. So, it costs me nothing to lose but, if I win again, I have just that much more of their money and even more opportunities to play. I thought this is what gambling was all about?

                              IMHO, I just can't afford to play so little and lose over and over like I did when I first started. Man, that got old real fast! My buddies used to just laugh at me when I went to the store and dropped $10 on tickets only to lose later that night. Funny thing was I could've used that for lunch or even gas in my truck! All I heard was, "Man, you could've just gave that $10 to me!" He wasn't lying, either.

                              It took all that for me to study, learn, and step up my game. I'll never look back.

                              L.L.