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If You Create a System that Can Win the Lotto: And Some Thoughts..

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Posted: October 23, 2010, 9:38 pm - IP Logged

If you're speaking hypothetically, I would keep such a system secret. Speaking realistically, the lottery is specifically set up to thwart systems. Unless someone messes with the balls, or somehow fakes the display of winning numbers, there is absolutely no way to predict which balls will feed through the tube. All you can do is guess, and with that many combinations, it's a wild-a$$ guess, at best.

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    Posted: October 24, 2010, 3:44 pm - IP Logged

    There are reasons why state lotteries don't offer 25 cent wagers and that probably goes back to the inception when people debated the pros and cons of establishing a lottery. However if they did offer a 25 cent wager, it would be 1/4 of the $1 payoff or $125 for a straight hit.

    When Ohio first started its SuperLotto games two plays cost a dollar but you could never buy one play for 50¢.  Michigan had a spare change game where you could play for a quarter or more but it didn't last long.  Lotteries are designed to make money for the states and retailers expect to make at least a (5%)profit selling those games and 25¢ games don't allow that.  Until states have stand alone lottery terminals that does not require a retailer to participate, 25¢ games will never be a money maker.

     * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
       
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      Posted: October 24, 2010, 4:15 pm - IP Logged

      When Ohio first started its SuperLotto games two plays cost a dollar but you could never buy one play for 50¢.  Michigan had a spare change game where you could play for a quarter or more but it didn't last long.  Lotteries are designed to make money for the states and retailers expect to make at least a (5%)profit selling those games and 25¢ games don't allow that.  Until states have stand alone lottery terminals that does not require a retailer to participate, 25¢ games will never be a money maker.

      the order of things/incredients doesnt affect the bi-product/end result....

      you are not playing: 25 cents to win: $500, you are playing 25 cents to win: $75 dollars or $125 dollars...

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