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# Take5 NY

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 Posted: February 27, 2015, 6:12 pm - IP Logged

I've been keeping my eye on something lately.

I've been watching the live T5 drawings and writing down the numbers as they're drawn.  Do you know how many times I've seen where I was eliminated from winning the jackpot by the very first ball to roll down the chute?

Very rarely do I have the first number drawn.  You immediately know you didn't win the Jackpot.  At that point, you don't even have to watch the rest of the drawing, because you already know that if there is a jackpot winner, it aint you.  G5

About playing the lottery --  You will lose more than you win. Until you hit a jackpot.  Then everything changes!

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I've been keeping my eye on something lately.

I've been watching the live T5 drawings and writing down the numbers as they're drawn.  Do you know how many times I've seen where I was eliminated from winning the jackpot by the very first ball to roll down the chute?

Very rarely do I have the first number drawn.  You immediately know you didn't win the Jackpot.  At that point, you don't even have to watch the rest of the drawing, because you already know that if there is a jackpot winner, it aint you.  G5

Jackpot or not if u get 2 #'s or 3 alone than thats a jackpot to me cause at least theres another shot lol

Cash 4 life 3/5 numbers= \$25 (9/1/14)
TAKE 5 4/5 numbers= \$775.00 (2/21/15)

im bound to win the jackpot!!

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 Posted: February 27, 2015, 7:25 pm - IP Logged

GiveFive Im the opposite I get the first then down hill

my numbers for tonight:

01 03 06 27 36

01 05 06 14 23

01 07 16 30 38

03 05 14 16 27

06 07 16 30 38

07 23 30 38 36

14 16 23 27 30

23 27 30 36 38

good luck to all

GO RED WINGS

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 Posted: February 28, 2015, 12:03 am - IP Logged

11 19 20 22 29

Double repeater tonite...awful!    But I won 2 FP's anyway.  That makes a total of 24 FP's that I've won in the month of February.  I didn't count how many one-off's I had because I dont wanna know.  G5

About playing the lottery --  You will lose more than you win. Until you hit a jackpot.  Then everything changes!

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 Posted: February 28, 2015, 12:33 am - IP Logged

Next  3   Draws

9 - 13 - 20 - 25 - 36
9 - 13 - 20 - 25 - 37
9 - 13 - 20 - 36 - 37
9 - 13 - 25 - 36 - 37
9 - 20 - 25 - 36 - 37
13 - 20 - 25 - 36 - 37

New York (NY) Take 5 Lottery Results

Draw Date  Results
Fri, Feb 27, 201511-19-20-22-29?

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Next  3   Draws

9 - 13 - 23 - 25 - 36
9 - 13 - 23 - 25 - 37
9 - 13 - 23 - 36 - 37
9 - 13 - 25 - 36 - 37
9 - 23 - 25 - 36 - 37
13 - 23 - 25 - 36 - 37

New York (NY) Take 5 Lottery Results

Draw Date  Results
Fri, Feb 27, 201511-19-20-22-29?

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WOW not one number how is that possible.

GO RED WINGS

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WOW not one number how is that possible.

I noticed that you didn't have a number.  With as many lines as you played I was surprised that you didn't have at least one.

Last nites numbers were a little screwy though.  No singles or thirty's, and that's kind of unusual. I usually don't play any lines without at least one single or one thirty.  Most of the lines I play have both.  That's because if you look at T5's history you'll see that the majority of winning lines have a single and a thirty.  That same thing happens in other states Pick5 games too. It happens in New Jersey's Cash5 all the time. That's a 5/40 game but it's history looks a lot like T5's.  G5

About playing the lottery --  You will lose more than you win. Until you hit a jackpot.  Then everything changes!

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I noticed that you didn't have a number.  With as many lines as you played I was surprised that you didn't have at least one.

Last nites numbers were a little screwy though.  No singles or thirty's, and that's kind of unusual. I usually don't play any lines without at least one single or one thirty.  Most of the lines I play have both.  That's because if you look at T5's history you'll see that the majority of winning lines have a single and a thirty.  That same thing happens in other states Pick5 games too. It happens in New Jersey's Cash5 all the time. That's a 5/40 game but it's history looks a lot like T5's.  G5

I read the following in Gail Howard's Lottery Master Guide: "That which can happen most often will happen most often" or something along those lines anyway.  And she's right.

For instance in a 5/39 matrix there are 194,940 combinations that have 3 odd and two even numbers. There are 184,110 combo's that have 2 odd and 3 even numbers.  That adds up to 379, 050 combo's. 379,050 is 66% of all possible combo's, so if you looked at T5's history of 6,537 drawings to date, I'm sure you'd find that 4,314 of those drawings were 3odd/2even and 2odd/3even.  So it makes sense to "go with the percentages" when you pick your numbers and play lines that are made up of either 3/2 or 2/3.

The problem is the trends we can identify in T5's history are very broad non-specific trends. But that's the best information you're gonna get with regard to predicting what number's will be drawn tonite.  That's why wheeling numbers is a good strategy, because it covers a broad range of combo's.  That said, wheeling can get very expensive. The cost of wheeling numbers can get to the point that the average lottery player cant afford to do it.  The good news is that it doesn't have to cost a lot of money, there are plenty of affordable wheels around.

Most the columnists in Lotto News/Stats are big fans of wheeling.  They all recommend it.  Stan Rose put in his column in the latest edition of Lotto News "Playing just a few tickets won't do it.  That 'puts you in it to win it' but it doesn't do anything for ball coverage."  And number/ball coverage is a big deal in any high odds game."

I think he's right, but my question is this:  How much money are we talking about spending?  I don't know if I can afford to spend as much money as the columnists think might be required, or if I'd even be willing to risk that much money in the first place.  That's the thing that never makes it into print in any lottery book or newspaper.  They never say "Here's how much you'll probably have to spend."  Of course, that's a personal decision, only you know how much you want to spend, or can afford to spend playing the lottery.

At any rate, keep playing no matter how much money you can afford to spend because you just don't know what will happen. You might get very lucky and never regret having spent that ten dollar bill.  I recently did something with regard to playing that I've never done before.  I renewed my subscription to Lotto, but instead of renewing it at \$2.00 a week like I had done for years, I upped the ante and renewed it to \$4.00 a week. Yeah, that cost me an additional \$104 dollars per year on top of the \$104 per year I had been spending on Lotto, (I had to give up doing something else I like to spend money on to find that extra 104 bucks) but like The NY Lottery says "Hey you never know".  G5

About playing the lottery --  You will lose more than you win. Until you hit a jackpot.  Then everything changes!

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 Posted: February 28, 2015, 12:28 pm - IP Logged

Next  3  Draws

1 - 7 - 14 - 16 - 18
1 - 7 - 14 - 16 - 23
1 - 7 - 14 - 18 - 23
1 - 7 - 16 - 18 - 23
7 - 14 - 16 - 18 - 23

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if a 9 comes out tonight omg i should get at least 4 numbers. i got so many 9's in my quick picks :/

Cash 4 life 3/5 numbers= \$25 (9/1/14)
TAKE 5 4/5 numbers= \$775.00 (2/21/15)

im bound to win the jackpot!!

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 Posted: February 28, 2015, 7:49 pm - IP Logged

Playing my same numbers tonight:

01 03 06 27 36

01 05 06 14 23

01 07 16 30 38

03 05 14 16 27

06 07 16 30 38

07 23 30 38 36

14 16 23 27 30

23 27 30 36 38

good luck to all

GO RED WINGS

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 Posted: February 28, 2015, 8:08 pm - IP Logged

Hi Folks well tonight I am going with 4 Partial QP's with the overdue 28... yup the 28... yup G5 the 28 lol  here goes

20-26-28-34-37

05-11-14-28-39

01-22-24-28-29

17-28-31-35-38

Been 4 months since I hit 4 of 5 so tonight is the night .............Smart Luck to everyone!

MINK

"Bet with your head..... not over it!"

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 Posted: February 28, 2015, 8:22 pm - IP Logged

I read the following in Gail Howard's Lottery Master Guide: "That which can happen most often will happen most often" or something along those lines anyway.  And she's right.

For instance in a 5/39 matrix there are 194,940 combinations that have 3 odd and two even numbers. There are 184,110 combo's that have 2 odd and 3 even numbers.  That adds up to 379, 050 combo's. 379,050 is 66% of all possible combo's, so if you looked at T5's history of 6,537 drawings to date, I'm sure you'd find that 4,314 of those drawings were 3odd/2even and 2odd/3even.  So it makes sense to "go with the percentages" when you pick your numbers and play lines that are made up of either 3/2 or 2/3.

The problem is the trends we can identify in T5's history are very broad non-specific trends. But that's the best information you're gonna get with regard to predicting what number's will be drawn tonite.  That's why wheeling numbers is a good strategy, because it covers a broad range of combo's.  That said, wheeling can get very expensive. The cost of wheeling numbers can get to the point that the average lottery player cant afford to do it.  The good news is that it doesn't have to cost a lot of money, there are plenty of affordable wheels around.

Most the columnists in Lotto News/Stats are big fans of wheeling.  They all recommend it.  Stan Rose put in his column in the latest edition of Lotto News "Playing just a few tickets won't do it.  That 'puts you in it to win it' but it doesn't do anything for ball coverage."  And number/ball coverage is a big deal in any high odds game."

I think he's right, but my question is this:  How much money are we talking about spending?  I don't know if I can afford to spend as much money as the columnists think might be required, or if I'd even be willing to risk that much money in the first place.  That's the thing that never makes it into print in any lottery book or newspaper.  They never say "Here's how much you'll probably have to spend."  Of course, that's a personal decision, only you know how much you want to spend, or can afford to spend playing the lottery.

At any rate, keep playing no matter how much money you can afford to spend because you just don't know what will happen. You might get very lucky and never regret having spent that ten dollar bill.  I recently did something with regard to playing that I've never done before.  I renewed my subscription to Lotto, but instead of renewing it at \$2.00 a week like I had done for years, I upped the ante and renewed it to \$4.00 a week. Yeah, that cost me an additional \$104 dollars per year on top of the \$104 per year I had been spending on Lotto, (I had to give up doing something else I like to spend money on to find that extra 104 bucks) but like The NY Lottery says "Hey you never know".  G5

Remember the guy a few months ago he played 100'S of numbers every night we didnt see him very long. I hope not but hee probaly went broke or perhaps won. who knows.

GO RED WINGS

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Remember the guy a few months ago he played 100'S of numbers every night we didnt see him very long. I hope not but hee probaly went broke or perhaps won. who knows.

woah 100 numbers everyday? thats 700 dollars a week :O. Did he win the powerball/mega to do this xD

Cash 4 life 3/5 numbers= \$25 (9/1/14)
TAKE 5 4/5 numbers= \$775.00 (2/21/15)

im bound to win the jackpot!!

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