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Hello, can anyone tell me if they have purchased the steve lottery player system? I've been trying to get a answer from this place and I got nothing. If I get communication from them, then I dont' buy nothing from that person.  Can tell the success of the softwares there selling?

 

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Hi Gunjack,

Yes I have bought a system from Steve Player. Waste of money actually.  I only bought the cheap P3 system b/c the ones they say are the real money makers cost around 2 to 3 hundred dollars, which I can't afford.  The same knowlege they have in his games (the one I got) you can actually  learn here on LP.  It will just take a lot of research and reading.  I hope this helps.

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    The ones they say are the real money makers cost around 2 to 3 hundred dollars, which I can't afford.

    And you should thank your lucky stars that you can't afford the more expensive ones. I was privy to see a copy of one of Player's high cost systems, and I was totally shocked after seeing it. 14 and some odd pages of describing how to make charts with colored pencils and three pages of ONE partially handicapped example. I say partially handicapped, because Player spares the detail on how he came up with the group of numbers containing the winning selections. You see, after looking at the colored charts until you are blue(or green or red) in the face, the answers are supposed to just glare off of the pages. All this for the low price of several hundred dollars. What a bang for the buck!  And here's the kicker:  Player, in the beginning of this magnus opus, attempts to explain why he has not computerized his systems, a question which evidently has been asked by many of his duped customers. His answer: Because the player would better appreciate the fruits of his labor rather than have a computer spit out the selections. Here's the real answer friends: Because there's no algorithm, or general rule,  for consistantly coming up with winning selections, which would show a profit. It's all a scam!

    I hope this slams the lid on this subject.

     

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      The ones they say are the real money makers cost around 2 to 3 hundred dollars, which I can't afford.

      And you should thank your lucky stars that you can't afford the more expensive ones. I was privy to see a copy of one of Player's high cost systems, and I was totally shocked after seeing it. 14 and some odd pages of describing how to make charts with colored pencils and three pages of ONE partially handicapped example. I say partially handicapped, because Player spares the detail on how he came up with the group of numbers containing the winning selections. You see, after looking at the colored charts until you are blue(or green or red) in the face, the answers are supposed to just glare off of the pages. All this for the low price of several hundred dollars. What a bang for the buck!  And here's the kicker:  Player, in the beginning of this magnus opus, attempts to explain why he has not computerized his systems, a question which evidently has been asked by many of his duped customers. His answer: Because the player would better appreciate the fruits of his labor rather than have a computer spit out the selections. Here's the real answer friends: Because there's no algorithm, or general rule,  for consistantly coming up with winning selections, which would show a profit. It's all a scam!

      I hope this slams the lid on this subject.

       

      jayemmar

      Hi there, jayemmar. No harm intended but, I severely beg to differ with this statement:

      Here's the real answer friends: Because there's no algorithm, or general rule,  for consistantly coming up with winning selections, which would show a profit. It's all a scam!

      There is a way to accomplish this but, it requires time, correct application, and money. As a reference, over in Lottery Discussion, I posted a list of str8 numbers specifically designed for Virginia's night draw on that date, specifically, and hit str8 as intended. Now, although I play online, I still made profit on that play on the state side as it would've costed $170 on a .50 cent play yielding a clean $80. That same play on a $1 bet payed me $160.

      Online, the .25 cent play made me $140, and, had I played $1 on it...a clean $560 all in profit and all in one play. I can accomplish this same thing again...and have done so since then just as others have. Please don't be so quick to get discouraged and become negative. EVERYTHING in this world has a solution(s) and it's up to us to find one when a problem is encountered. Pick games are no different.

      I'm not boasting about my accomplishments, okay. I'm only being very honest and trying to encourage...even motivate you a bit.

      L.L.

       

       

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        There is a way to accomplish this but, it requires time, correct application, and money.

        Lucky, I beg to differ with you. At a cost of over 400.00 dollars, every bit of information the player needs to generate the winning selections should be given over to him - in the greatest of detail, with no stones left unturned. I can only base my opinions on what my eyes have seen, and, what I did see, was something that did not deserve the slightest bit of praise. Considering myself to be knowledgeable in this game, I have to stick to my guns and maintain that Player is a fraud. Just think about it, Lucky - 400.00 plus dollars for one partially handicapped example, leaving the reader with many question marks as to how the selections were made. There's no doubt that there's something wrong with this picture.

        By the way, here's another gem, which supports my assertion that there's no fixed algorithm to Player's "premium" systems. Attempts to create EXCEL versions of Player's P3 Prime Line system have been made, and there are a few floating around. It's interesting to observe that pretty colored displays are used to show the various zones that have been hit or missed, but it's still up to the player to determine which three sets of numbers to box for A ,B, and C. Why haven't the creator's of these spreadsheets included a selection process? Answer: There's no known algorithm that can produce consistant winners.     

         

        I'm not boasting about my accomplishments, okay. I'm only being very honest and trying to encourage...even motivate you a bit.

         

        The direction my motivation is oriented toward in this game is many many miles away from Players address.

         

        All the best.

         

        jayemmar

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          There is a way to accomplish this but, it requires time, correct application, and money.

          Lucky, I beg to differ with you. At a cost of over 400.00 dollars, every bit of information the player needs to generate the winning selections should be given over to him - in the greatest of detail, with no stones left unturned. I can only base my opinions on what my eyes have seen, and, what I did see, was something that did not deserve the slightest bit of praise. Considering myself to be knowledgeable in this game, I have to stick to my guns and maintain that Player is a fraud. Just think about it, Lucky - 400.00 plus dollars for one partially handicapped example, leaving the reader with many question marks as to how the selections were made. There's no doubt that there's something wrong with this picture.

          By the way, here's another gem, which supports my assertion that there's no fixed algorithm to Player's "premium" systems. Attempts to create EXCEL versions of Player's P3 Prime Line system have been made, and there are a few floating around. It's interesting to observe that pretty colored displays are used to show the various zones that have been hit or missed, but it's still up to the player to determine which three sets of numbers to box for A ,B, and C. Why haven't the creator's of these spreadsheets included a selection process? Answer: There's no known algorithm that can produce consistant winners.     

           

          I'm not boasting about my accomplishments, okay. I'm only being very honest and trying to encourage...even motivate you a bit.

           

          The direction my motivation is oriented toward in this game is many many miles away from Players address.

           

          All the best.

           

          jayemmar

          Hey, I most certainly agree with you in the case that he should've fully trained you on how to use the system as successfully as he does. No argument here 'cause $400 is a lot of money!!! However, we will have to agree to DISAGREE on that consistent winner part...

          Best of luck to you as well fellow player!!

           

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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.

            Your post is not only inaccurate it is also approaching idiotic statis.."Lucky Loser" is not correct nor even correct a little bit and to take his position on this matter shows just how little you know about the lottery or statistics..

            Do this: run any hypergeometric distribution formula for pick 3 and see if you can obtain the correct values and dont leave out the repeat percentages in order to maintain accuracy if you can..

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              For what it's worth, Steve Player is a real person.  We did some work for him when he was setting up his first web site.  Don't know if that's his real name or not.  There was a time when he let a company use his name selling systems, then took it back.   I recommend not throwing the catalog away because it helps to know what people on LP are talking about discussing the merits of one of his systems, some of which you can figure out or get fresh ideas from.   IMO more of his hard work goes into the ads then the system.  The more ways people might think a system works, the better the chance some will win and send in a nice comment to publish in the next catalog.  Anyway, many people have no idea where to begin and pay little attention to systems they get free figuring they are worth what they paid, so they put some effort into making that $150 system work filling in the blanks.  Like any hobby there are some things you get better at and others you don't. 

              If this link survives, it is a fun little game where you won the lottery only to drop the money on the highway.  You have to drive against the traffic to recover your lost winnings.   Who knows, it could happen.

              http://www.coffeebreakgames.net/game.php?id=899

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                "If this link survives, it is a fun little game where you won the lottery only to drop the money on the highway.  You have to drive against the traffic to recover your lost winnings.   Who knows, it could happen.

                http://www.coffeebreakgames.net/game.php?id=899

                BobP"

                Too early in the morning to be driving against traffic!

                I picked up enough to buy more tickets.

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                  Hi Gunjack,

                  Yes I have bought a system from Steve Player. Waste of money actually.  I only bought the cheap P3 system b/c the ones they say are the real money makers cost around 2 to 3 hundred dollars, which I can't afford.  The same knowlege they have in his games (the one I got) you can actually  learn here on LP.  It will just take a lot of research and reading.  I hope this helps.

                  see, I thought about buying the 4 hundred dollar system,  then I thought better because I wasn't seeing any prof on someone winning with the cheap 1 he has,

                  I thought it wasn't worth it.

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                    Obviously the desrie to believe there is a system overrides the fact that no jackpot winner has ever announced "I used the ( fill in the blank, Steve Player, Gail Howard, Pierre Tutant Gustav Beauregaurd) system yada yada yada....."

                    Let me make one more atempt at drawing a parallel to how these guys work and how sports services work.

                    On any Sunday in the regualr season there are 15 or so football games in the NFL. (It used to be 16, all tram played, but now two teams get a "by").

                    The shyster sports services (not all, they shysters) give out both sides to each game. The next week they take the winning results, call one or two of them "Our Five Star Selection from last week" and hyped it up.

                    OK, got it, of approximately 15 football games they have given out both sides of as a "lock", they hype the winners. Bear in mind, only 15 possible results.

                    Now, let's make the leap to lotto. How many games, how many drawings, how many states? Anyone can come up with any theory beforehand, and then dig and dig until they find results that "prove" the theory.

                    Those who run the lotteries love it when players look for consistency in something that's designed not to have any.

                    Lep

                    There is one and only one 'proven' system, and that is to book the action. No matter the game, let the players pick their own losers.

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                      "Steve Player" I've heard is actually a bunch of people, not just one. I don't believe there is anyone named Steve Player. The name is too obvious,don'tcha think? It's probably a corporation who goes around and buys tons of tickets and eventually winds up winning then boasts about the big hits. The systems are very pricey for what you get. I bought his Pick 5 Lightning wheels, $35. But you have to already guess 3 right numbers before they would even work. If I could do that I wouldn't NEED a system,would I? LOL. Once you send away for his catalogue you will be deluged with newsletters trying to sell you his next new system. I must admit, he does have one of the best lottery catalogues out there. Love reading it even though most of it is a bunch of overpriced hooey.

                      Ken Silver and a number of other people who "Claim" to be lottery experts are all connected to a company called "SP". Once you go into one of their sites you will be bombarded with all the other so called "Lottery Experts". I really regret running into his site and the worse part is that if you look at all of their web sites they all look the same and claim pretty much the same thing. It's like they got a bunch of people together and created a cookie cutter web site. I'm pretty sure they are all using the same type of system but each calling it a different name which I think is bogus. They are all charging the same amount of money as well which I think is $47. What a coinkidink. hehe I'm staying away from those guys and sticking to my favorites here for now. Just a heads up for those looking outside of Lottery Post. Best of luck to all of you in search for a great Jackpot!

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                        Ken Silver and a number of other people who "Claim" to be lottery experts are all connected to a company called "SP". Once you go into one of their sites you will be bombarded with all the other so called "Lottery Experts". I really regret running into his site and the worse part is that if you look at all of their web sites they all look the same and claim pretty much the same thing. It's like they got a bunch of people together and created a cookie cutter web site. I'm pretty sure they are all using the same type of system but each calling it a different name which I think is bogus. They are all charging the same amount of money as well which I think is $47. What a coinkidink. hehe I'm staying away from those guys and sticking to my favorites here for now. Just a heads up for those looking outside of Lottery Post. Best of luck to all of you in search for a great Jackpot!

                        Ken Silver offers an affiliate program through click bank.  Lottery system scammer Paul Conners and others also run their affiliate programs through click bank.  You can run across web sites loaded with all these system offers sending you to their respective squeeze pages.  IMHO click bank makes little attempt to, no let me correct that, makes no attempt to police these people, but has been known to get people's money back.   Steve Player has his own web site and no affiliate program I've ever heard of.  His systems run from ten dollars to four hundred dollars and more. 

                        Slightly different topic:

                        I buy lottery systems on ebay, I'm a lottery guy what can I say.  Anyway, I'm looking around and see a bunch of images for Mega Millions and their text all says Make $500,00 w/PROVEN LOTTO LOTTERY SYSTEM WIN MONEY buy it now $19.99.

                        Now I'm in Florida, we have PowerBall not MegaMillions, but maybe it would be useful info and besides I notice no one had bid on this one closing in 30 minutes.  So I make the minimum bid of 97 cents and sure enough an hour later I get the notice I won and would I like to download the system or pay $2.99 to have it burned to a CD.

                        I take the download.  It comes in three pdf packages.  The first turns out to be a bonus package of casino systems.  The second is the (49,6,3,6)=163 wheel that guarantees a 3 number prize when you play all 49 numbers in 163 lines, useless for actual lottery playing.

                        Third turns out to be an old nonsense report on how the lottery computer might be hacked.  Even the report ends saying not to bother trying and provides an even older copy of System X for Pick-6 as the "Proven" system.

                        System X is a small wheel loaded with hot and cold numbers to be played for 8 draws running.

                        Everything about the ebay ad was bogus, totally disconnected from the system received.  Old Pick-6 info for a Pick-5 game.  Tried to report it to ebay, they insist I first try to resolve my problem with the seller.   "Dear seller you are a total fraud, please change your ways and send me a real system."   Try to contact ebay, every path loops back to questions that send you to the seller again.   ebay does not want to hear from buyers.

                        Used to be scams were so good they were almost legit.  BobP


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                          Your post is not only inaccurate it is also approaching idiotic statis.."Lucky Loser" is not correct nor even correct a little bit and to take his position on this matter shows just how little you know about the lottery or statistics..

                           

                          I'M AFRAID YOUR THE ONE THAT IS INCORRECT,UNINFORMED AND TOTALLY OUT OF LINE HERE, I KNOW ENOUGH ABOUT THE LOTTERY SINCE I'VE BEEN PLAYING THE GAMES OFF AND ONE SINCE 1998.MY COMMENTS ARE REFERING TOO THE DAILY GAMES AND I HAVE MET PLAYERS THAT ARE MAKING A PROFIT AND THEY SHARED HOW THEY DO IT SO HOW CAN YOU SAY I'M INCORRECT?? THE ODDS OF HITTING THE DAILY GAMES ARE 1 IN 1,000 IN THE PICK-4 IT'S 1 IN 10,000 IF YOUR HITTING MORE THAN ONCE IN LESS THAN 1,000 PLAYS THEN YOUR BEATING THE ODDS SAME WITH THE PICK-4 IF IT'S MORE THAN ONCE IN LESS THAN 10,000 PLAYS LIKE 1-3 TIMES A WEEK OR EVEN EVERY OTHER WEEK OR ONCE A MONTH.LOTTERY GAMES ARE NOT BASED ON ALGEBRAIC,GEOMETRIC,TRIGONOMETRY EQUATIONS THEY AER BASED ON ODDS AND THE RANDOM FLOW OF NUMBERS ONCE YOU ARE ABLE TOO DO BETTER THAN THE ODDS BY ANALYSING AND TRACKING THE NUMBERS YOU CAN MAKE ACCURATE SELECTIONS

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                            Your post is not only inaccurate it is also approaching idiotic statis.."Lucky Loser" is not correct nor even correct a little bit and to take his position on this matter shows just how little you know about the lottery or statistics..

                             

                            I'M AFRAID YOUR THE ONE THAT IS INCORRECT,UNINFORMED AND TOTALLY OUT OF LINE HERE, I KNOW ENOUGH ABOUT THE LOTTERY SINCE I'VE BEEN PLAYING THE GAMES OFF AND ONE SINCE 1998.MY COMMENTS ARE REFERING TOO THE DAILY GAMES AND I HAVE MET PLAYERS THAT ARE MAKING A PROFIT AND THEY SHARED HOW THEY DO IT SO HOW CAN YOU SAY I'M INCORRECT?? THE ODDS OF HITTING THE DAILY GAMES ARE 1 IN 1,000 IN THE PICK-4 IT'S 1 IN 10,000 IF YOUR HITTING MORE THAN ONCE IN LESS THAN 1,000 PLAYS THEN YOUR BEATING THE ODDS SAME WITH THE PICK-4 IF IT'S MORE THAN ONCE IN LESS THAN 10,000 PLAYS LIKE 1-3 TIMES A WEEK OR EVEN EVERY OTHER WEEK OR ONCE A MONTH.LOTTERY GAMES ARE NOT BASED ON ALGEBRAIC,GEOMETRIC,TRIGONOMETRY EQUATIONS THEY AER BASED ON ODDS AND THE RANDOM FLOW OF NUMBERS ONCE YOU ARE ABLE TOO DO BETTER THAN THE ODDS BY ANALYSING AND TRACKING THE NUMBERS YOU CAN MAKE ACCURATE SELECTIONS

                            Hiting once in a thousand draws? I would not call that beating the odds. LOL. If thats the case I have Killed the odds in January alone

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                              I clearly said hitting more than once in 1,000 draws and I even went further by saying hitting more than once in less than 1,000 draws people please make sure your paying attention and reading my post correctly