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Posted: April 14, 2012, 9:04 pm - IP Logged

Don't waste your time on any systems .. All you will ever need is here on Lotto Post !!!!!

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    Posted: April 14, 2012, 9:50 pm - IP Logged

    Thanks  everyone who responded to this thread.

     

    No, I'm not convienced about the Lottery Guy or some of the others who claim to have found a decent system for winning.  Everybody has their own methods of playing, and own reasons for choosing one system over another.

    What's your method of playing the Pick 5 or Cash 5 games, Rjoh,  or have you invented your  own? Or do you only  play the Pick 3 and  4?

     

    I'm open to learning any new system or technique that might bring me closer to winning.  But  there are a lot of scams out there, and maybe the Lottery Guy and the Professor are two of them;  I don't know.  That's why I started this thread in the first place, to see if anyone had heard of them, because I hadn't until recently.  And obvously, neither have you...Wink

    Playing lottery games is entertaining for me like playing any other games.  I enjoy strategizing and picking numbers to play for the next drawing so I don't play the pick3 and pick4 games because their daily multiple drawings don't give me time to think about what to play before the next drawing, besides that's a lot of data to track. I prefer the jackpot games with a couple of days between drawings.

    I am developing my own system but it's constantly evolving as I think of newer and better strategies.  Designing and developing my own lottery system is almost as enjoyable as playing the games,winnig a jackpot would be even more enjoyable. Wink

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      Playing lottery games is entertaining for me like playing any other games.  I enjoy strategizing and picking numbers to play for the next drawing so I don't play the pick3 and pick4 games because their daily multiple drawings don't give me time to think about what to play before the next drawing, besides that's a lot of data to track. I prefer the jackpot games with a couple of days between drawings.

      I am developing my own system but it's constantly evolving as I think of newer and better strategies.  Designing and developing my own lottery system is almost as enjoyable as playing the games,winnig a jackpot would be even more enjoyable. Wink

      RJoH is not a good person to ask because he has never read the LMG.  He uses darts on a wall...his aim is quite "random"Jester

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        Posted: April 15, 2012, 12:19 pm - IP Logged

        RJoH is not a good person to ask because he has never read the LMG.  He uses darts on a wall...his aim is quite "random"Jester

        Your remarks in spite of knowing nothing about me convinces me even more of my wisdom of refusing your offer. Wink 
        http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/245012/2493015

        I could just tell something wasn't right with you.

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          Posted: April 15, 2012, 1:55 pm - IP Logged

          Don't waste your time on any systems .. All you will ever need is here on Lotto Post !!!!!

          I agree, LP is a great resource  for lottery players - probably the best there is! Cheers

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            Posted: April 15, 2012, 2:02 pm - IP Logged

            RJoH is not a good person to ask because he has never read the LMG.  He uses darts on a wall...his aim is quite "random"Jester

            I've read LMG over the years  and each time I discover something new.  It is kind of a lottery "bible" to many. I also have GH's Advantage Plus software.  Her stuff is useful and informative, but there is so much info to digest that it can be confusing at times.

             

            Anyway, I've since checked out Professor Foster's Winlottosystems and it's not what it's cracked up to be.  The ebook is good, and the software does what it is supposed to do, but you have to play a lot of numbers in the hopes of hitting even a small win...No Pity!

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              Posted: April 15, 2012, 9:34 pm - IP Logged

              The Reality Check

              The important thing to learn from Brad’s story, is this.

              Brad Duke won the Powerball because… he was <snip> lucky. One of the hundreds(?) of tickets he bought for that draw just happened to be the winning combination.

              Now he may believe that combination was more likely to come up. But that doesn’t make it true.

              Remember: if the lottery was preditable in this way, it would not be random. And that would put the well paid Powerball Execs in a whole heap of legal trouble – illegal lotteries are not well liked by the legal system!

              Still don’t believe me?

              Think of it this way. Every week millions of players all over the world do similar analysis, over all kinds of different time periods – but never win!

              That very same draw when Brad won the jackpot, hundreds of thousands of Powerball tickets would have been bought by people doing similar analysis to him.

              So why didn’t they all share the jackpot? Because they weren’t lucky like Brad Duke!

              Back To The Question…

              So the idea of strong or weak lottery numbers is a total nonsense. They just don’t exist. There are winners and losers – but we only discover which ones those are after the draw is over and done.

               

              - this is taken from the lottery guys website...

              i disagree... because STRONG and WEAK numbers do appear...in patterns.

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              "That very same draw when Brad won the jackpot, hundreds of thousands of Powerball tickets would have been bought by people doing similar analysis to him."

              If that is true, why does the PB site say "70% to 80% of all ticket purchases are QPs"?

              I'm not saying that Brad Duke wasn't extraordiarily lucky and hadn't he won, we would never hear how he played. The same is true of the WVA friends that played the same five numbers 7 times using Powerplay; we'll never read how many other players do the same thing because they didn't win. Finding a group of 15 numbers out of the 55 Duke had to choose from was very difficult and considering matching 2 numbers pays nothing; probably not a very good bet.

              "So the idea of strong or weak lottery numbers is a total nonsense."

              There are thousands of ways a player could define "strong or weak" numbers and it doesn't necessarily mean the same 15 numbers every drawing. Players could check the consistency of matching 3, 4, or 5 numbers from the game history. It's a better bet playing a 5/39 Pick 5 game that pays $1 for matching two numbers, $10 for three, and $300 for matching four numbers.

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                Posted: April 16, 2012, 1:03 am - IP Logged

                I've read LMG over the years  and each time I discover something new.  It is kind of a lottery "bible" to many. I also have GH's Advantage Plus software.  Her stuff is useful and informative, but there is so much info to digest that it can be confusing at times.

                 

                Anyway, I've since checked out Professor Foster's Winlottosystems and it's not what it's cracked up to be.  The ebook is good, and the software does what it is supposed to do, but you have to play a lot of numbers in the hopes of hitting even a small win...No Pity!

                I've since checked out Professor Foster's Winlottosystems and it's not what it's cracked up to be.  The ebook is good, and the software does what it is supposed to do, but you have to play a lot of numbers in the hopes of hitting even a small win...

                Thanks for the review of Winlottosystem.  Sounds like while it does what it's suppose to do, Lotto Guy didn't tell the whole story.

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                  About once a month I get an email from the Lottery Guy touting a new system or one of the same old he's pushing, I write back he should test it himself and let us know his wins and loses, never a reply.

                  As for Professor Foster's Winlottosystems that's some long story squeeze page.  By the time the victim reaches the bottom they are numb and half blind.  If you do make it to the bottom click on the affiliate link where you will learn the Lottery Guy and anyone else for that matter can make $36. commission per sale by selling this system, that pretty much explains Lottery Guy's motoviation.  After all GH does not have an affiliate program and Silver has been around too long to make big money off of, so trash them to sound like a legitimate review while promoting the latest scheme of some advice and a wheeler.

                  It takes 163 combinations to guarantee a three number prize in a 6/49 game so the advice of winning small prizes worth $5 to $10 while spending $163 on a split wheel that prevents winning a jackpot more often then not, fails to impress me any more then spending $120 or more to win a 3# prize 8 out of 10 times does.

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                    Posted: April 16, 2012, 4:55 am - IP Logged

                    I Agree!

                    thats a good point...bob...

                    he also comes off arrogant...while gail howard is always a sweetie...and helpful...

                    LMG is like a lottery bible...i take it whenever i go out of town!!Thumbs Up

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                      About once a month I get an email from the Lottery Guy touting a new system or one of the same old he's pushing, I write back he should test it himself and let us know his wins and loses, never a reply.

                      As for Professor Foster's Winlottosystems that's some long story squeeze page.  By the time the victim reaches the bottom they are numb and half blind.  If you do make it to the bottom click on the affiliate link where you will learn the Lottery Guy and anyone else for that matter can make $36. commission per sale by selling this system, that pretty much explains Lottery Guy's motoviation.  After all GH does not have an affiliate program and Silver has been around too long to make big money off of, so trash them to sound like a legitimate review while promoting the latest scheme of some advice and a wheeler.

                      It takes 163 combinations to guarantee a three number prize in a 6/49 game so the advice of winning small prizes worth $5 to $10 while spending $163 on a split wheel that prevents winning a jackpot more often then not, fails to impress me any more then spending $120 or more to win a 3# prize 8 out of 10 times does.

                      BobP

                      Good points, BobP, thanks for the insights...

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                        I Agree!

                        thats a good point...bob...

                        he also comes off arrogant...while gail howard is always a sweetie...and helpful...

                        LMG is like a lottery bible...i take it whenever i go out of town!!Thumbs Up

                        Yes, GH is a sweetie, and her old travel articles make good reading, too.

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                          Yes, GH is a sweetie, and her old travel articles make good reading, too.

                          Her travel articles aren't the only old things on her website, I've read complaints of LP members about some of her old DOS programs not being updated to run on Windows 7.

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                            About once a month I get an email from the Lottery Guy touting a new system or one of the same old he's pushing, I write back he should test it himself and let us know his wins and loses, never a reply.

                            As for Professor Foster's Winlottosystems that's some long story squeeze page.  By the time the victim reaches the bottom they are numb and half blind.  If you do make it to the bottom click on the affiliate link where you will learn the Lottery Guy and anyone else for that matter can make $36. commission per sale by selling this system, that pretty much explains Lottery Guy's motoviation.  After all GH does not have an affiliate program and Silver has been around too long to make big money off of, so trash them to sound like a legitimate review while promoting the latest scheme of some advice and a wheeler.

                            It takes 163 combinations to guarantee a three number prize in a 6/49 game so the advice of winning small prizes worth $5 to $10 while spending $163 on a split wheel that prevents winning a jackpot more often then not, fails to impress me any more then spending $120 or more to win a 3# prize 8 out of 10 times does.

                            BobP

                            I've seen a 163 lines 6/49 wheels with a match3 guarantee on several websites for free.  Sounds like some the package they're selling can be gotten free if one is willing to spend the time looking for it.  In Ohio a match3 pays $2 but that wheel does give you 163 chances to win a jackpot for $161.

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                              Posted: April 18, 2012, 9:44 am - IP Logged

                              Yeah, i know of The professor's systems. I've been using winlottosystems for almost 3 years in my lottery agency, and yes, they do focus on winning the smaller prizes more often. They do. And his stuff doesn't go into all the silly hot and cold numbers and other stupid good luck charms that many people get into. He just tells it liek it is.

                              Ben