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Posted: July 22, 2011, 2:44 pm - IP Logged

Back years ago when I lived in Texas I read about a man who had a winning system.  He said he laughed when he read about all the "hyped up" computer programs with wild claims of winning the big one !   He devised his own system,  cheap too.  He wrote down all the numbers of his lotto on a notebook sheet of paper and set it outside his chickencoop.  Well, one of the roosters walked over and  pecked the living daylights out of that paper!  He said he picked up the paper and used the numbers where the holes were pecked out of.  He played them and won millions.  True story from the 90's.   So, the morale of the story is if you have a rooster...........

 

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    Hello, laker, my <snip> is unlucky, cold feet, so it will fail me, I'll still kill the <snip>! Ahhh, laker we have to win secondary prizes frequencies, for this we must study the patterns.

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      Never heard of that story. One can go about something similar with some pen on strings tide to the tree branch, long enough to touch the floor with the tip standing. On the floor put paper with numbers on it. The wind will create movement for the branch to draw over the numbers. Some circular, some cross, all variation. The ones got crossed out the most considered for next draw or to be eliminated. I haven't try that yet but saw some art done that way.

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        Never heard of that story. One can go about something similar with some pen on strings tide to the tree branch, long enough to touch the floor with the tip standing. On the floor put paper with numbers on it. The wind will create movement for the branch to draw over the numbers. Some circular, some cross, all variation. The ones got crossed out the most considered for next draw or to be eliminated. I haven't try that yet but saw some art done that way.

        When I lived in Amarillo I used to suscribe to a lotto magazine (which came in a small book)which no longer is in service ,and that is where the story comes from.  I'll dig around my old past issues and see if I can find it for you.  I don't think that rooster was that methodical Diamondpalace. 

         

         

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          Posted: July 22, 2011, 10:04 pm - IP Logged

          If he lost, would he cry fowl?

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            Posted: July 22, 2011, 10:18 pm - IP Logged

            I think he would crow <snip>adoodle doo!!

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              Posted: July 23, 2011, 7:46 am - IP Logged

              When TX first started lottery there was a man who lived in the same town as I did. He had a set of ping pong balls each numberd the same as the lottery. He would throw all the ping pong balls into his swiming pool. The first 5 or 6 (don't rember the exact number) that got into the skimmer would be the numbers he would play.

              He never claimed to have won any jackpot but he did say he won some of the smaller prizes.

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                Posted: July 23, 2011, 7:56 am - IP Logged

                Hello, laker. Forget the rooster, example, in Europe the euro has a million and a grand prize
                  Sometimes the prize is 180 million euros, okay, if all players get a rooster, <snip> would hit only one, or any help or only one will win, we study probability and stochastic and play in favor of more likely

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                  Posted: July 23, 2011, 11:49 am - IP Logged

                  The Lotto World had interesting stories about winners,systems,predictions  and plenty of wheels.  For example :  3-1-1-1-2-1 partial wheel.  Three # in position one ,one # in positions 2,3,4 ;  and 2 # in position 5 and one in position six.  It even had Elvira on the cover of the October 1996 issue and her favorite # were : 90210 ,1031 917 ,13, 50.

                   

                   The               3-1-1-1-2-1 Wheel:

                   

                  one               two            three        four          five               six

                  4 6 11           16              21             22          31 34            40.

                   

                   

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                    Posted: July 24, 2011, 1:42 pm - IP Logged

                    The Lotto World had interesting stories about winners,systems,predictions  and plenty of wheels.  For example :  3-1-1-1-2-1 partial wheel.  Three # in position one ,one # in positions 2,3,4 ;  and 2 # in position 5 and one in position six.  It even had Elvira on the cover of the October 1996 issue and her favorite # were : 90210 ,1031 917 ,13, 50.

                     

                     The               3-1-1-1-2-1 Wheel:

                     

                    one               two            three        four          five               six

                    4 6 11           16              21             22          31 34            40.

                     

                     

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                    One of LP members (BobP) wrote articles for Lotto World magazine.

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                      Posted: July 24, 2011, 1:51 pm - IP Logged

                      When TX first started lottery there was a man who lived in the same town as I did. He had a set of ping pong balls each numberd the same as the lottery. He would throw all the ping pong balls into his swiming pool. The first 5 or 6 (don't rember the exact number) that got into the skimmer would be the numbers he would play.

                      He never claimed to have won any jackpot but he did say he won some of the smaller prizes.

                      What he had was a RNG of sorts, today that can be simulated using a computer and at the same time check other qualities about the combinations like have they come up before or how many combinations of 1-5 have they matched in previous drawings and etc.

                       * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
                         
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                        Posted: July 25, 2011, 1:13 pm - IP Logged

                        Back years ago when I lived in Texas I read about a man who had a winning system.  He said he laughed when he read about all the "hyped up" computer programs with wild claims of winning the big one !   He devised his own system,  cheap too.  He wrote down all the numbers of his lotto on a notebook sheet of paper and set it outside his chickencoop.  Well, one of the roosters walked over and  pecked the living daylights out of that paper!  He said he picked up the paper and used the numbers where the holes were pecked out of.  He played them and won millions.  True story from the 90's.   So, the morale of the story is if you have a rooster...........

                         

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                        I got one for you, My wife and I bought several scratcher tickets and that night she layed them on the floor

                        and told her cat to pick the winners.  The cat went up and sniffed one of the tickets so the wife played it

                        first,  It was a winner.  She then told the cat to do it again and the cat sniffed another one and it was a winner.

                        She then told the cat to pick another and the cat walked off.  Non of the rest of the tickets won anything.  If

                        I remember correct we had 5 or 6 tickets. 

                        True story.

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