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Why not all the Probability, Statistics, Calculus Theories applied all in 1 to lottery

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Posted: March 12, 2011, 6:25 pm - IP Logged

Your wisdom is a tough sell here.

The hardest nuts to crack are those who basically believe in the long term random expectations of lotteries, but still believe their short term successes are the result of skill, rather than being in the right place at the right time, so to speak.  Wink

If you haven't already read it, you will like Fooled By Randomness, by Nicholas Taleb.

........believe their short term successes are the result of skill, rather than being in the right place at the right time, so to speak.  Wink

Being in the right place at the right time is a skill. Wink

 * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
   
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    Posted: March 12, 2011, 6:32 pm - IP Logged

    Jimmie.  When people think about anything besides baseball, television, politics, romance, the job, the boss and the rent they are stretching their minds outside the stencil.  If they have to be bribed to do it by a dream of winning the lottery there's no harm in it and a lot of good might come into their lives directly as a result of learning what they learned while hoping it would help them win the lottery.

    I don't know, but I believe the people who post on these forums use it for a hobby.  I haven't read most of the forums, so I'm guessing.  But if you took the time to read the Lottery Systems forum, the Pick 5 forum, even some of what people are doing with Pick 3 you are sure to notice they are learning math in ways they would never have done otherwise.  They are forcing themselves to learn things and their minds to go where they wouldn't have gone.  They are learning and their minds are working.

    You don't have to approve why they are doing it.  But anyone who believes thought is an improvement over not thinking ought to applaud it.

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      Posted: March 12, 2011, 7:03 pm - IP Logged

      Hello from a 49/06 lottery lottery, who can help me
        In a wheel from 03 to 47 or 45 numbers are closing 4
        So 45se 4SE 6, this wheel can not pass the 1500 betting
        It tends to have warranty 100% because of the 03 to 45 in a game of 49/06
      Because of the court and just need to 01,02, NUMC are going to be the third position
        And not 48 49, fourth then we can start to take four cate 4 numbers
        With 100% guarantee is good after seeing the other two numbers to close the game itself to 49/06
      Now the wheel can be done by filter positions, and only a number palindrome example couples 23 or 32 or 23.32 NUMC the two together, odd pairs and can have 4 pairs or odd TDOs
        Why have the other two later to add in relation ou2x4 4x2, another filter can not have more of the trio of past results, this wheel is my dream, someone can help me,
      Nor is it for me is where to have a 49/06 lottery! Thanks for trying to see!


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        Posted: March 12, 2011, 7:21 pm - IP Logged

        Jimmie.  When people think about anything besides baseball, television, politics, romance, the job, the boss and the rent they are stretching their minds outside the stencil.  If they have to be bribed to do it by a dream of winning the lottery there's no harm in it and a lot of good might come into their lives directly as a result of learning what they learned while hoping it would help them win the lottery.

        I don't know, but I believe the people who post on these forums use it for a hobby.  I haven't read most of the forums, so I'm guessing.  But if you took the time to read the Lottery Systems forum, the Pick 5 forum, even some of what people are doing with Pick 3 you are sure to notice they are learning math in ways they would never have done otherwise.  They are forcing themselves to learn things and their minds to go where they wouldn't have gone.  They are learning and their minds are working.

        You don't have to approve why they are doing it.  But anyone who believes thought is an improvement over not thinking ought to applaud it.

        point taken...

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          Posted: March 13, 2011, 9:21 am - IP Logged

          Thank you Josephus for offering an interesting observation to the math forum.

          There are a some very good people here offering varying opinions and interesting aspects to 'exploratory' math. As you've already noted, dissecting numbers is not the national past time. LOL

          I visit to sort out some brain teaser, or take a break from tossing a kong, or get the brain clicking in some direction. Although there are not a lot of posts, most of those that are here are worth searching.

          Thanks Gary.  I hadn't thought of searching the  posts backward in a systematic way until you mentioned it.  I can see it will be more productive than waiting for new posts.  In a sense there's a similarity between doing that and spending my energy on lottery archives instead of lottery draws in the future.

          The dividing line between examination motivated by attempts to superimpose expectations over outcomes and unbiased examination in an attempt at better understanding of nature is a fine one, but for me it helps to filter out the temptation to ignore what I didn't expect.  In a sense it is the spot on the mental horizon where statistics ceases to be a piece of a whole and becomes the driver.

          Statistics greets the improbable with a stretch and a shrug.  Science scrutinizes it carefully.

          You pointed that out indirectly in your post and I'm agreeing with you even if you didn't use those words.

          One of the posters on another forum mentions patterns frequently.  A person examining lottery results will eventually be forced to recognize patterns, or forced to shrug and reject the concept as a statistical anomaly.  But searching lottery archives and keeping statistics in the tool box as another tool among many changes the landscape.  Patterns are a statistical shrug.  Patterns of patterns aren't.

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            Posted: March 14, 2011, 2:03 pm - IP Logged

            The lottery is truly random.  There is no guaranteed way to beat the lottery.  It's all luck.  Next topic please.

            Did you attend TIT, the Tiggs Institute of Technology?


                                                         
                                 
                                                     

             

             

             

             

                                                                                                               

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              Posted: March 14, 2011, 7:21 pm - IP Logged

              The lottery is truly random.  There is no guaranteed way to beat the lottery.  It's all luck.  Next topic please.

              THIS!!...You get an "A" for today..Congrats...

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                Posted: March 15, 2011, 10:37 am - IP Logged

                THIS!!...You get an "A" for today..Congrats...

                Tiggs95:  You and he have been paying for memberships a long time.  Which of these forums have learned the most from?  You should be getting close to finishing your post-docs by now.

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                  Posted: March 15, 2011, 11:40 am - IP Logged

                  Tiggs95:  You and he have been paying for memberships a long time.  Which of these forums have learned the most from?  You should be getting close to finishing your post-docs by now.

                  tiggs learns more from a poster then from any forum..That poster would be ridge runner from Tenn...He knows everything...ask him...

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