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Checking pre-test drawings

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Posted: May 15, 2012, 2:14 pm - IP Logged

Soooooooooooooo ....... Fusionism.  No replies at all?

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What?

It's a hypothetical question implying most players check their QPs against test drawings and past drawings after their tickets crapped out on the real drawing. Maybe Fusionism is the type of player who after checking their 5 QPs and see they matched zero or one number, rub salt in the wound by checking past history and pre-drawing test.

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    Posted: May 16, 2012, 2:28 pm - IP Logged

    how do u check the pre-test drawing for megamillions

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      Posted: May 16, 2012, 5:15 pm - IP Logged

      very interesting pre draw info! So are these predraws are posted after the actual drawing each time (I assume?)  Why do they do another test after the actual drawing as well?

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        Posted: May 16, 2012, 5:17 pm - IP Logged

        very interesting pre draw info! So are these predraws are posted after the actual drawing each time (I assume?)  Why do they do another test after the actual drawing as well?

        Artist77 ,

                 A pre-draw is done before the actual Draw it self to test the Equipment for any malfunctions in system if its Mechanical Draw or RNG

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          Posted: May 16, 2012, 5:20 pm - IP Logged

          Artist77 ,

                   A pre-draw is done before the actual Draw it self to test the Equipment for any malfunctions in system if its Mechanical Draw or RNG

          Cajun Thanks. I got that part.  My questions were why do they do another predraw (or "after" draw) after the drawing as well (seems moot at that point) and when do they post the predraw info for each drawing?

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            Posted: May 16, 2012, 5:25 pm - IP Logged

            Cajun Thanks. I got that part.  My questions were why do they do another predraw (or "after" draw) after the drawing as well (seems moot at that point) and when do they post the predraw info for each drawing?

            No , Only a Pre-Draw never a After-Draw in Louisiana at least ...


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              Posted: May 16, 2012, 6:17 pm - IP Logged

              No , Only a Pre-Draw never a After-Draw in Louisiana at least ...

              the reason they do it is basic standards...you dont drink from a coke can without Quality Control being done first...

              you dont put a condom on your penis  without vigourous laboratory testing...same is true with lotto...no draws without rigourous standards

              the lottery is mathematical science...and only a genius can break the code...and utilizing pre-draw hocus pocus...is just one line of code too many

               

              you wouldn't want to see a ball leak during the draw...or a ball get stuck in a hole because it wasn't tested...

              that would be embarrassing and unprofessional...

              the fascination with pre-draws is trivial and childish...you cant bet on them so forget them...its just a waste of everybodys time...

              you should be more concerned with more important matters, then pre-draw patterns.

              I understand L.L. theories on why these patterns appear...but they would probably appear without pre-draws...you would need powerful computer simulation to see if pre-draws really have any bearing whatsover on results.

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                Posted: May 16, 2012, 6:26 pm - IP Logged

                the reason they do it is basic standards...you dont drink from a coke can without Quality Control being done first...

                you dont put a condom on your penis  without vigourous laboratory testing...same is true with lotto...no draws without rigourous standards

                the lottery is mathematical science...and only a genius can break the code...and utilizing pre-draw hocus pocus...is just one line of code too many

                 

                you wouldn't want to see a ball leak during the draw...or a ball get stuck in a hole because it wasn't tested...

                that would be embarrassing and unprofessional...

                the fascination with pre-draws is trivial and childish...you cant bet on them so forget them...its just a waste of everybodys time...

                you should be more concerned with more important matters, then pre-draw patterns.

                I understand L.L. theories on why these patterns appear...but they would probably appear without pre-draws...you would need powerful computer simulation to see if pre-draws really have any bearing whatsover on results.

                LottoB ,

                         You're right their is Patterns in the actual draws be it fibbs , hot/cold , positional and etc . It just some of use can see these patterns and some can not . Pre-Draws has no variable on the actual Draw . It just a TEST of their actual System be it Mechanical or RNG computer is working or not .

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                  Posted: May 16, 2012, 10:34 pm - IP Logged

                  So, the pre-draw uses the machine that they plan to use for the regular draw.  Ok, I get that.  Do they use the same balls as well?  Is it run exactly the same as a regular draw?

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