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Would you pay for predictions?

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Posted: December 1, 2011, 1:27 pm - IP Logged

Let me put it this way: have u ever paid for any kind of system? any luck there?

I've seen many systems for sale, but never saw one where you click a magic button and the winning numbers appear. For the most part, systems are analytic tools where you can use probabilities and/or frequencies to find trends. After all your work, they still say wheel "your favorite numbers" so it still comes down to the player's best guess. Many times I had all five numbers out of 14 or more numbers but putting them all on the same line isn't exactly easy unless a full wheel is used and that can be expensive.

IMO, the best tools for the price can be found right here on Lottery Post by purchasing a Premium membership. I was given a months membership by one of our members, was very impressed and have continued it ever since.

To answer your question, you'll find that many of the "pay for" systems are explained and discussed thoroughly in the Lottery Systems Forum. Some are simple and some are complicated, but many of them do produce hits.

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    Posted: December 3, 2011, 11:18 am - IP Logged

    I've seen many systems for sale, but never saw one where you click a magic button and the winning numbers appear. For the most part, systems are analytic tools where you can use probabilities and/or frequencies to find trends. After all your work, they still say wheel "your favorite numbers" so it still comes down to the player's best guess. Many times I had all five numbers out of 14 or more numbers but putting them all on the same line isn't exactly easy unless a full wheel is used and that can be expensive.

    IMO, the best tools for the price can be found right here on Lottery Post by purchasing a Premium membership. I was given a months membership by one of our members, was very impressed and have continued it ever since.

    To answer your question, you'll find that many of the "pay for" systems are explained and discussed thoroughly in the Lottery Systems Forum. Some are simple and some are complicated, but many of them do produce hits.

    Somebody send me a months membership please!!!                             Back to the topic. No i wouldnt pay for predictions..

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      JAP69's avatar - alas
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      Posted: December 3, 2011, 11:30 am - IP Logged

      I would only pay if I have  proof of sure hits for a few draws!

      Lots of luck on that one.

      WHATT

        JAP69's avatar - alas
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        Posted: December 3, 2011, 12:56 pm - IP Logged

        Somebody send me a months membership please!!!                             Back to the topic. No i wouldnt pay for predictions..

        If I remember correctly I think lottery post offers limited trial exploration on some of the membership features.

        WHATT