|Posted: December 25, 2010, 8:26 pm - IP Logged|
Expecting to win the jackpot with a "system" is twice as difficult b/c
you have to First pic the winning combination of numbers out of millions,
and Second, pic the winning system out of millions.. You have an equal
chance of winning the powerball jackpot two times in a row with quickpicks!
That is a false logic in my opinion.
Having to overcome the astronomical odds plays a factor whether it's a system that wins the JP, or a QP. So I would eliminate that one from the equation.
Secondly, you say you have to pick a winning system out of millions. I think it's safe to say that there aren't millions of systems out there, and even If there were, one could easily find a correlation between them and nominate the best ones, boiling it down to just a few. Out of those few, I highly doubt the best of the best can beat such high odds on a regular basis. It's possible for it to win twice, or possibly even a third, but definitely NOT two times in a row.
A QP would also fall under the category of NOT winning two in a row.
So we're back to square one....lol