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Any mathematical books on lottery?

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Posted: October 20, 2010, 7:24 pm - IP Logged

Hi, I'm brand new to this site. I bought Gail Howard's "Lottery Master Guide" a couple months ago and have been using her techniques seriously for 3 weeks now (6 drawings) on Colorado's 6/42 Lotto. I play 10 draws per drawing, and in the last 3 weeks, I've hit 3 of 6 six times. On the last drawing, 3 of my 10 plays had 3 of 6. Not much in the way of payouts, but much better success than I was getting. Of course, with so few drawings, it could just be a lucky fluke, but I'm still encouraged so far since I haven't been through the entire book yet.

I was wondering, are there any other publications about lottery that include more math such as statistical formulas? I've read a couple of books about probability in general, but I'm looking for something more focused on lottery. Thanks.


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    Posted: October 23, 2010, 9:44 pm - IP Logged

    Hi, I'm brand new to this site. I bought Gail Howard's "Lottery Master Guide" a couple months ago and have been using her techniques seriously for 3 weeks now (6 drawings) on Colorado's 6/42 Lotto. I play 10 draws per drawing, and in the last 3 weeks, I've hit 3 of 6 six times. On the last drawing, 3 of my 10 plays had 3 of 6. Not much in the way of payouts, but much better success than I was getting. Of course, with so few drawings, it could just be a lucky fluke, but I'm still encouraged so far since I haven't been through the entire book yet.

    I was wondering, are there any other publications about lottery that include more math such as statistical formulas? I've read a couple of books about probability in general, but I'm looking for something more focused on lottery. Thanks.

    http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/219401

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      Posted: November 4, 2010, 2:45 am - IP Logged

      coplyr86,

      Here's an excellent book on how the lottery is set up mathematically. Very informative:

      Lottery Book: The Truth Behind the Numbers
      by Don Catlin
      $11.20
      Understand why some games are better to play.

      It's in the LP bookstore.

      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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        Posted: November 4, 2010, 5:28 pm - IP Logged

        coplyr86,

        Here's an excellent book on how the lottery is set up mathematically. Very informative:

        Lottery Book: The Truth Behind the Numbers
        by Don Catlin
        $11.20
        Understand why some games are better to play.

        It's in the LP bookstore.

        That looks like a good read.  Don has contributed a lot, as this list reveals.

        http://catlin.casinocitytimes.com/Archives/

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          Posted: November 21, 2010, 10:46 pm - IP Logged

          coplyr86,

          Here's an excellent book on how the lottery is set up mathematically. Very informative:

          Lottery Book: The Truth Behind the Numbers
          by Don Catlin
          $11.20
          Understand why some games are better to play.

          It's in the LP bookstore.

          Thanks I'll also check it out.

           HyperBe Happy.

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            Posted: November 21, 2010, 11:19 pm - IP Logged

            Hi, I'm brand new to this site. I bought Gail Howard's "Lottery Master Guide" a couple months ago and have been using her techniques seriously for 3 weeks now (6 drawings) on Colorado's 6/42 Lotto. I play 10 draws per drawing, and in the last 3 weeks, I've hit 3 of 6 six times. On the last drawing, 3 of my 10 plays had 3 of 6. Not much in the way of payouts, but much better success than I was getting. Of course, with so few drawings, it could just be a lucky fluke, but I'm still encouraged so far since I haven't been through the entire book yet.

            I was wondering, are there any other publications about lottery that include more math such as statistical formulas? I've read a couple of books about probability in general, but I'm looking for something more focused on lottery. Thanks.

            Welcome to the site and I wish you luck.Hurray!

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