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# Another Oddball Method

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 Posted: February 14, 2010, 10:18 pm - IP Logged

Hi Folks.  I have been testing a method for predicting lottery numbers for several years.  I don't call it a "system" because it doesn't involve a bunch of number crunching and complex mathematical formulas, and it involves the use of a QP.  Several years ago, I used to choose a QP and then pick my own set of numbers on the second line (Texas Cash 5) directly following the QP on line one.  I would then run that same slip through the machine ten times.  The theory was if I hit three or four numbers with the numbers I selected, I would have a winner on ten separate tickets.  In theory, this would prevent me from having to claim the winnings at the Lottery Claim Center.  For example, one time I matched three of five numbers on the second line (my chosen numbers).  I won \$27 on ten separate ticktets, for a total of \$270.  If I had matched four numbers on the second line, it would have been around \$490, or \$4,900 for all ten tickets.  Since the winning numbers would have been on ten separate tickets, I would have avoided claiming the winnings at the claim center, and ultimately paying taxes.  I never did hit four of five numbers on the second line (my numbers), but it was fun trying.

Anyway, what I discovered over time is that the QP directly next to the numbers I selected were often very close to the numbers I actually chose.  This was good because the numbers I actually chose were usually close to the winning numbers.  This means the QP directly ahead of the numbers I selected were frequently winners.  As a matter of fact, I have hit four of five numbers on the Texas Cash 5 almost ten times over the last few years using the "QP ahead of my numbers" method, averaging about \$450 each.  Interestingly, I used this method just last night in the Texas Lotto and matched 4 of 6 with the QP directly ahead of the numbers I selected, netting \$56.  The key is to have a QP directly ahead of the numbers you select.  I have tried it also with the QP directly behind the numbers I select, but never had much success.  I don't know why the QP was more successful directly ahead of my numbers, but that's just the way it has worked out so far.

I don't know if I have articulated this very well, but I hope it is understandable.  It may just be coincidence, but I thought I would share this with you in case somebody wanted to give it a whirl.

Good luck to all.

BE JOYFUL ALWAYS, PRAY CONTINUALLY, AND GIVE THANKS IN ALL CIRCUMSTANCES.

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 Posted: February 16, 2010, 10:13 pm - IP Logged

Hi Folks.  I have been testing a method for predicting lottery numbers for several years.  I don't call it a "system" because it doesn't involve a bunch of number crunching and complex mathematical formulas, and it involves the use of a QP.  Several years ago, I used to choose a QP and then pick my own set of numbers on the second line (Texas Cash 5) directly following the QP on line one.  I would then run that same slip through the machine ten times.  The theory was if I hit three or four numbers with the numbers I selected, I would have a winner on ten separate tickets.  In theory, this would prevent me from having to claim the winnings at the Lottery Claim Center.  For example, one time I matched three of five numbers on the second line (my chosen numbers).  I won \$27 on ten separate ticktets, for a total of \$270.  If I had matched four numbers on the second line, it would have been around \$490, or \$4,900 for all ten tickets.  Since the winning numbers would have been on ten separate tickets, I would have avoided claiming the winnings at the claim center, and ultimately paying taxes.  I never did hit four of five numbers on the second line (my numbers), but it was fun trying.

Anyway, what I discovered over time is that the QP directly next to the numbers I selected were often very close to the numbers I actually chose.  This was good because the numbers I actually chose were usually close to the winning numbers.  This means the QP directly ahead of the numbers I selected were frequently winners.  As a matter of fact, I have hit four of five numbers on the Texas Cash 5 almost ten times over the last few years using the "QP ahead of my numbers" method, averaging about \$450 each.  Interestingly, I used this method just last night in the Texas Lotto and matched 4 of 6 with the QP directly ahead of the numbers I selected, netting \$56.  The key is to have a QP directly ahead of the numbers you select.  I have tried it also with the QP directly behind the numbers I select, but never had much success.  I don't know why the QP was more successful directly ahead of my numbers, but that's just the way it has worked out so far.

I don't know if I have articulated this very well, but I hope it is understandable.  It may just be coincidence, but I thought I would share this with you in case somebody wanted to give it a whirl.

Good luck to all.

Welcome to LP, Cope!

It looks interesting and I will give it a few test whirls.

Thanks, again!

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 Posted: February 16, 2010, 10:19 pm - IP Logged

Welcome Cope ...

This is a cool    place to hang out, drink virtual beverages , eat popcorn ,

shoot the breeze   with some interesting folks

play with numbers    and party with winners!!!

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 Posted: February 17, 2010, 12:15 am - IP Logged

Cope,

Congrats on the winnings. Do you add the numbers in after QP has been given to you, or mark the slot A with QP and slot B with your own numbers?

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