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LAKE HAVASU AZ
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Posted: March 13, 2010, 3:34 pm - IP Logged

whats some of your  opinoins of  her books , i stop and look at them and it  really makes me wonder and or what books or systems do you advise , thank you..

some day....some day

    stephi's avatar - winifrid
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    Posted: March 13, 2010, 4:29 pm - IP Logged

    I like her wheel book, Wheel Five to Win. A giant wheel book for pick 5 games.

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      I am a huge Gail Howard fan.  I seldom play the lottery unless I have time to sit down, study the winning numbers in past drawings and use one of her wheeling system.  I hit a secondary jackpot on Carolina Cash 5 (5/39) a few weeks ago, my largest lottery win to date.   That was wheeling 18 numbers in 6 games on a 2 out of 4 wheel.   Not the best wheel to use, either, according to Gail.  I don't win every time I play, but my winnings have significantly increased.  I usually win a little something, if only part of my money back.  And this is coming from someone who has a very small lottery budget.  Good luck; I wish you much success!  I also use the Wheel Five to Win book, as mentioned in the above post, along with the Lottery Master's Guide.

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        Posted: March 13, 2010, 6:25 pm - IP Logged

        I have her book the Lottery Master Guide, which I think is a must read for any lottery player.  It does not cover the pick 3.  I do not have her software which I hear is very good but is DOS based.  For software I use Lotto Buster which is Windows based and is pretty good I think.  Her software is $89 and Lotto Buster is $39 but LB has free updates.

        Home, home where I wanted to be.

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          Posted: March 13, 2010, 9:34 pm - IP Logged

          I'm curious if Gails Wheel 5 to win book has some of the same wheels as her book Lotto Winning Wheels for Powerball & Mega Millions minus the bonus number?

            wildspecks's avatar - Yavill
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            Posted: March 14, 2010, 10:36 am - IP Logged

            Yes, in the editions I have at least some of the wheels are exactly the same.  I was trying to find my Winning Wheels for PB so I could compare, but no luck.  I use the Wheel 5 book for PB, too.

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              Yes, in the editions I have at least some of the wheels are exactly the same.  I was trying to find my Winning Wheels for PB so I could compare, but no luck.  I use the Wheel 5 book for PB, too.

              OK thanks.

              A few years ago I was all set to buy the Wheel 5 book but then decided against it. One of the things I didn't like about using the Winning wheels book was that to use the wheel I wanted I either had to add more numbers or sometimes take off numbers and then once I wheeled my numbers I didn't like the lines the wheel produced. I will add that I used these wheels for Little Lotto which is a 5/39 game.

              Anyway now I pick the numbers I want to play and then I put together my own lines. This may not create balanced lines but I determine how many lines I want and I get to decide what numbers to put together on each line. I'm much happier doing it this way.

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                LAKE HAVASU AZ
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                Posted: March 14, 2010, 11:40 am - IP Logged

                well thanks for the imput , the wife is out with the girls shopping (i'll need to win to support there  shopping..lol), and i told her to pick one to get from the choice you've suggested ,ill keep you informed

                and keeping good thoughts..Cheers

                some day....some day

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                  Posted: March 14, 2010, 12:27 pm - IP Logged

                  well thanks for the imput , the wife is out with the girls shopping (i'll need to win to support there  shopping..lol), and i told her to pick one to get from the choice you've suggested ,ill keep you informed

                  and keeping good thoughts..Cheers

                  WOW lucky you that you can actually go to a store and "pick one". Here in IL (at least where I am) the stores don't sell ANY lottery books. Everything has to be ordered online : ( 

                  Gail Howards Master Lottery Guide is a good book to invest in. Even if you choose not to use all the charts it definitely helps open your eyes to the different patterns to watch for and helps you be creative in choosing your numbers.

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                    LAKE HAVASU AZ
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                    Posted: March 14, 2010, 5:52 pm - IP Logged

                     ... she got  a book "lottery winning systems" and a "cd package"

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                      Posted: March 14, 2010, 6:14 pm - IP Logged

                      What I don't understand about these books and systems is that why do they need to write books and sell it if they "have a winning system"??

                      It's because they don't have "a winning system" and they rely on the idiots to buy their books to make money. Lol.

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                        What I don't understand about these books and systems is that why do they need to write books and sell it if they "have a winning system"??

                        It's because they don't have "a winning system" and they rely on the idiots to buy their books to make money. Lol.

                        so let me get this correct...anyone who buys a book is a idiot ?

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                          Posted: March 14, 2010, 10:39 pm - IP Logged

                          so let me get this correct...anyone who buys a book is a idiot ?

                          If someone thinks that buying a lottery book will help them win then yes.

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                            Posted: March 15, 2010, 1:52 pm - IP Logged

                            Maybe.  However, see these posts marked "Experiment":

                            http://www.lotterypost.com/member/recentposts

                            My results are recorded there.  The only book I have from Gail is the Lottery Master Guide and a wheeling program.  My collective wins were $13,000+.  My profit was $10,000+.  So you tell me what's going on.

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                              Posted: March 15, 2010, 3:08 pm - IP Logged

                              Her books make a crapload of money. For Gail Howard.