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Has anyone tried the Robert Walsh Pick 3 or 4 Lottery System?

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He looks like he might be good broiled.

I guess you don't understand how sensitive Rufus is?  I'm sending him to bed now (one moment)..........there all tucked in.    Bed

 

I guess your not an animal lover eh Ronnie?    Lover     Your loss.   Crying


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    Robert looks kinda like a sausage too.....  in this well made video

    http://www.metacafe.com/watch/4381367/best_lottery_systems_pick_3_systems_pick_4_systems/


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      Robert looks kinda like a sausage too.....  in this well made video

      http://www.metacafe.com/watch/4381367/best_lottery_systems_pick_3_systems_pick_4_systems/

      That was from 2010. Good hook video. He probably does as well as the fictitious Steve Player.   Wink


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        The Taxpayer Theorem

        by F Lengyel on January 1, 2012

        Occupy Wall Street has drawn attention to widespread economic injustice. Since there is disagreement over the meaning and significance of economic injustice, it may help to reformulate a central claim of Occupy Wall Street in the “value neutral” language of contemporary game theory: approximately 0.1% of the US population has been systematically winning asymmetric zero-sum games against the lower 99%.

        The literature on extensive form asymmetric games, which includes chess and checkers, is vast. Extensive form asymmetric zero-sum games have been applied to coevolution in evolutionary game theory (cf. Oliehoek, de Jong and Vlassis. The Parallel Nash Memory for Asymmetric Games). Asymmetric zero-sum games are considered in the foundational “Theory of Games and Economic Behavior” by John von Neumann and Oskar Morgenstern. Their relevance to economic injustice appears to have been overlooked.

        A two-player asymmetric zero-sum game in normal form has the following payoff matrix.

        \displaystyle \begin{matrix} && \textbf{Loser}\\ & (p_{1,1},-p_{1,1}) & \cdots & (p_{1,n},-p_{1,n})\\ \textbf{Winner}& \vdots & \ddots & \vdots\\ & (p_{m,1},-p_{m,1}) & \cdots & (p_{m,n},-p_{m,n})\\ {} \end{matrix} \ \ \ \ \ (1)

        The row player is called Winner, and the column player is called Loser. The payoff {p_{i,j}} to Winner is positive for {1\le i\le m} and {1\le j\le n}. Winner and Loser play the pessimistic maximin strategy against each other; in this game, the pessimistic maximin strategy is the same as the optimistic minimax strategy.

        \displaystyle \max_{1\le i \le m}\min_{1\le j\le n} p_{i,j} = \min_{1\le j\le n}\max_{1\le i\le m} p_{i,j}. \ \ \ \ \ (2)

        The maximin values for both players sum to zero.

        \displaystyle \max_{1\le i \le m}\min_{1\le j\le n} p_{i,j} + \max_{1\le j\le n}\min_{1\le i\le m} -p_{i,j}=0. \ \ \ \ \ (3)

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          um ronnie... why?


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            The Taxpayer Theorem

            by F Lengyel on January 1, 2012

            Occupy Wall Street has drawn attention to widespread economic injustice. Since there is disagreement over the meaning and significance of economic injustice, it may help to reformulate a central claim of Occupy Wall Street in the “value neutral” language of contemporary game theory: approximately 0.1% of the US population has been systematically winning asymmetric zero-sum games against the lower 99%.

            The literature on extensive form asymmetric games, which includes chess and checkers, is vast. Extensive form asymmetric zero-sum games have been applied to coevolution in evolutionary game theory (cf. Oliehoek, de Jong and Vlassis. The Parallel Nash Memory for Asymmetric Games). Asymmetric zero-sum games are considered in the foundational “Theory of Games and Economic Behavior” by John von Neumann and Oskar Morgenstern. Their relevance to economic injustice appears to have been overlooked.

            A two-player asymmetric zero-sum game in normal form has the following payoff matrix.

            \displaystyle \begin{matrix} && \textbf{Loser}\\ & (p_{1,1},-p_{1,1}) & \cdots & (p_{1,n},-p_{1,n})\\ \textbf{Winner}& \vdots & \ddots & \vdots\\ & (p_{m,1},-p_{m,1}) & \cdots & (p_{m,n},-p_{m,n})\\ {} \end{matrix} \ \ \ \ \ (1)

            The row player is called Winner, and the column player is called Loser. The payoff {p_{i,j}} to Winner is positive for {1\le i\le m} and {1\le j\le n}. Winner and Loser play the pessimistic maximin strategy against each other; in this game, the pessimistic maximin strategy is the same as the optimistic minimax strategy.

            \displaystyle \max_{1\le i \le m}\min_{1\le j\le n} p_{i,j} = \min_{1\le j\le n}\max_{1\le i\le m} p_{i,j}. \ \ \ \ \ (2)

            The maximin values for both players sum to zero.

            \displaystyle \max_{1\le i \le m}\min_{1\le j\le n} p_{i,j} + \max_{1\le j\le n}\min_{1\le i\le m} -p_{i,j}=0. \ \ \ \ \ (3)

            I understand very clearly now Ronnie.  Yes Nod   Thanks for breaking it all down. Was just mulling about that Theorem problem last evening.   Eek


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              I understand very clearly now Ronnie.  Yes Nod   Thanks for breaking it all down. Was just mulling about that Theorem problem last evening.   Eek

              Yes.... I know how annoying it can be to get a Theorem stuck in your craw, so I posted this to alleviate the predicament that I knew you no longer wanted to endure.   Thumbs Up


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                That was from 2010. Good hook video. He probably does as well as the fictitious Steve Player.   Wink

                Excuse me, do you recognize Collins as a reputable source for definitions?? Just wondering because I don't, and even if I did I don't think I would agree with their definition of a rattery as being a place where rats live.....  Isn't that like a rat hole, or something like that??

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                rattery ('ræt?r?)

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                1. the dwelling of a rat or rats
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                  Excuse me, do you recognize Collins as a reputable source for definitions?? Just wondering because I don't, and even if I did I don't think I would agree with their definition of a rattery as being a place where rats live.....  Isn't that like a rat hole, or something like that??

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                  rattery ('ræt?r?)

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                  1. the dwelling of a rat or rats

                    Actually a rattery is where they breed rats for pets, like someone would breed dogs, horses or any other animal. Google 

                    rattery and you will find out all you want to know. Go ahead, I dare ya.  Disney

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                      Actually a rattery is where they breed rats for pets, like someone would breed dogs, horses or any other animal. Google 

                      rattery and you will find out all you want to know. Go ahead, I dare ya.  Disney

                    Then why don't I go down to the doggery when I want to buy a dog, or the hamsterry when I want to buy a hamster. Besides the word in question is 6 letters, not 7.


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                      So that's why we call them "dogs" ..... Now this is beginning to be educational.

                      Im learning some new things here today.

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                        So that's why we call them "dogs" ..... Now this is beginning to be educational.

                        Im learning some new things here today.

                          Yes, google is an amazing thing, it's full of all kinds of info!!!

                          Oh well, have a good night.  Bed

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                            Yes, google is an amazing thing, it's full of all kinds of info!!!

                            Oh well, have a good night.  Bed

                          Sleep tight, if you have bed bugs........ EXTERMINATE. lol. lol. lol.

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                              I understand very clearly now Ronnie.  Yes Nod   Thanks for breaking it all down. Was just mulling about that Theorem problem last evening.   Eek

                              Oppsa daisey, got the attention of that vader lookin guy while you were hopping from doggery to doggery mc. I will make sure not to do that again....... the intimidation factor is off the chart.......   Felt like it was a speeding ticket..............

                                 
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