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How many hours do you put into picking your numbers?

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How many hours do you put into picking your numbers?

Hours??? You mean DAYS dont you? [ 7 ]  [8.75%]
Minutes NOT hours dude! [ 27 ]  [33.75%]
More than an hour [ 10 ]  [12.50%]
More than two hours [ 7 ]  [8.75%]
Several hours of most days [ 14 ]  [17.50%]
Picking the numbers is my every day life man! [ 10 ]  [12.50%]
I can't admit how many I'm too embarrased [ 5 ]  [6.25%]
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Posted: May 9, 2012, 7:59 am - IP Logged

I'll admit it I spend days researching the numbers every available chance I get. Well having my own home based business allows me this freedom so while I am working I have lottopro open and checking numbers all day while I work. It actually helps me work better and Im in a great mood.


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    Posted: May 9, 2012, 8:55 am - IP Logged

    Hey this is scientistman .

     I cannot believe that only 1 person participated!  I'd have a better chance at winning the lottery than getting anyone to participate LOL


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      Posted: May 9, 2012, 9:43 am - IP Logged

      Hey this is scientistman .

       I cannot believe that only 1 person participated!  I'd have a better chance at winning the lottery than getting anyone to participate LOL

      If everyone around here is correct, all lines have an equal chance and there is no such thing as "research"

      Your time would be better spend playing one line on each draw and develop your intuition to "predict"

      Im sure there are dozens if not hundreds of draws each day around the country.

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        Posted: May 9, 2012, 10:07 am - IP Logged

        I spend 8 to 10 hours day on system development  and number prediction for games .

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          Posted: May 9, 2012, 10:14 am - IP Logged

          If everyone around here is correct, all lines have an equal chance and there is no such thing as "research"

          Your time would be better spend playing one line on each draw and develop your intuition to "predict"

          Im sure there are dozens if not hundreds of draws each day around the country.

          Your time would be better spend playing one line on each draw and develop your intuition to "predict"

          My guess is, is that he is doing just that.  Research leads to better intuition which helps your predictions. Thumbs Up

          But buying a couple extra QP's doesn't hurt either. . . Wink

          Life's Too Short To Be Unhappy Cool

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            Posted: May 9, 2012, 10:30 am - IP Logged

            The time I spend researching numbers to play has been greatly reduced by the time I spend writing software to do it for me. 

            I actually spend more time updating and changing my software when I have a new idea or things to try or change.  For example in one my programs, I have layouts similar to the boards on the play slips of games I play which helps when marking them.  Recently Ohio changed the layout of their Classic Lotto play slips so I spend a couple of hours last week end just  updating that part of that program.

            Everyone is different, some people prefer the conveniences of quick-picks and luck while other enjoy a little more control.  I am the latter and don't care for raffles and scratch-offs where the only input you have is the money you pay for the tickets.

             * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
               
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              Posted: May 9, 2012, 10:42 am - IP Logged

              I spend 8 to 10 hours day on system development  and number prediction for games .

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              Wow! That's like a full time job. Are your regular wins justifying all that time? Admire your work ethics.   Thumbs Up

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                Posted: May 9, 2012, 10:45 am - IP Logged

                Wow! That's like a full time job. Are your regular wins justifying all that time? Admire your work ethics.   Thumbs Up

                mcginnin56 ,

                                  YES, My wins justify the time spent on number predictions for games.


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                  Posted: May 9, 2012, 11:01 am - IP Logged

                  mcginnin56 ,

                                    YES, My wins justify the time spent on number predictions for games.

                  You must have a lot of losses to offset all those wins. Can we see what your W-2 looks like?

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                    Posted: May 9, 2012, 11:04 am - IP Logged

                    Wow! That's like a full time job. Are your regular wins justifying all that time? Admire your work ethics.   Thumbs Up

                    A lot of young folks get upset when reading about an older retired person winning a lottery jackpot but for some with the time and money, it's the reward for having made playing the lotteries their full time job.

                     * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
                       
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                      Posted: May 9, 2012, 11:18 am - IP Logged

                      You must have a lot of losses to offset all those wins. Can we see what your W-2 looks like?

                      Sure, might as well ask him for his SS# and CC#'s while were at it.   Jester Laugh


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                        Posted: May 9, 2012, 11:23 am - IP Logged

                        A lot of young folks get upset when reading about an older retired person winning a lottery jackpot but for some with the time and money, it's the reward for having made playing the lotteries their full time job.

                        Having lots of money to gamble with can really pay off...... or NOT.

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                          Posted: May 9, 2012, 11:27 am - IP Logged

                          I am going with how many seconds it takes to pick my numbers instead of hours

                          Stay Positive, Believe and good things will come your way

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                            Posted: May 9, 2012, 11:32 am - IP Logged

                            Having lots of money to gamble with can really pay off...... or NOT.

                            Spending time researching and thinking about what numbers you're going to play doesn't take a lot of money, just a lot of thought.  Some folks find it entertaining and enjoyable too.

                             * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
                               
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                              Posted: May 9, 2012, 11:41 am - IP Logged

                              I am going with how many seconds it takes to pick my numbers instead of hours

                              Good choice. Im going with zero seconds by playing the same numbers til I win.

                              My winnings of $450. last year "justify" the $5000. I spent buying tickets.

                              This year I will be "justified" in only speding about $1500.

                              Justification is in the eyes of the beholder.