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Boney526's avatar - NjlpLogo
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Posted: June 21, 2012, 12:25 pm - IP Logged

Just so you know, Ronnie, you'r not the first one to think that, and there have been plenty of people who did computer analysis' of billions upon billions of random draws.

 

There is no predicatability to the "patterns" that occur.  The patterns either occur, or do not occur, completely at random over the long run.

 

If you claim that you are not basing your future predictions off of past results, then what is the relevance of all evens being "due", or all odds being "due"?  And what are you basing it off of?


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    Just so you know, Ronnie, you'r not the first one to think that, and there have been plenty of people who did computer analysis' of billions upon billions of random draws.

     

    There is no predicatability to the "patterns" that occur.  The patterns either occur, or do not occur, completely at random over the long run.

     

    If you claim that you are not basing your future predictions off of past results, then what is the relevance of all evens being "due", or all odds being "due"?  And what are you basing it off of?

    In answer to your question, I will simple quote what I just said......

    "In the mean time I think our intuitive ability will be enough to simulate winning a JP....   (that and Thriftys positive energy flow system)."

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      Just so you know, Ronnie, you'r not the first one to think that, and there have been plenty of people who did computer analysis' of billions upon billions of random draws.

       

      There is no predicatability to the "patterns" that occur.  The patterns either occur, or do not occur, completely at random over the long run.

       

      If you claim that you are not basing your future predictions off of past results, then what is the relevance of all evens being "due", or all odds being "due"?  And what are you basing it off of?

      I agree.

      There is little sense in trying to predict FUTURE patterns for the LONG RUN as they always behave randomly.

      Patterns do occur in every numeric lottery but it is basically imposible to predict ahead when and what pattern is going to appear.

      CURRENT patterns, however, are a different story. They are already occuring, can be detected and analysed and, in many cases, used successfully.

      A simple example. A current number frequency chart for 50 - 100 latest draws is a pattern. It will constantly change as new draws come. But it will do it gradually. Very seldom, although it is possible, such charts turn upside down in a short sequence. Which means that frequencies, most of the time, fluctuate gradually. And this can be measured by stat methods and applied for the NEAR future. I tried this approach in the past for Lotto 649 and recently for Pick 3. It worked in both cases. Which means that you can predict NEAR FUTURE results based on the MOST RECENT PAST quite successfully. I always use backtrack for confirmation and they tell me when my chances appear better.

      As always in any lottery, there is no guarantee of success but I'm not looking for a quarantee - mission impossible. I just want to increase my chances of winning - and this IS possible.

      Aquarius

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        Posted: June 21, 2012, 3:34 pm - IP Logged

        I agree.

        There is little sense in trying to predict FUTURE patterns for the LONG RUN as they always behave randomly.

        Patterns do occur in every numeric lottery but it is basically imposible to predict ahead when and what pattern is going to appear.

        CURRENT patterns, however, are a different story. They are already occuring, can be detected and analysed and, in many cases, used successfully.

        A simple example. A current number frequency chart for 50 - 100 latest draws is a pattern. It will constantly change as new draws come. But it will do it gradually. Very seldom, although it is possible, such charts turn upside down in a short sequence. Which means that frequencies, most of the time, fluctuate gradually. And this can be measured by stat methods and applied for the NEAR future. I tried this approach in the past for Lotto 649 and recently for Pick 3. It worked in both cases. Which means that you can predict NEAR FUTURE results based on the MOST RECENT PAST quite successfully. I always use backtrack for confirmation and they tell me when my chances appear better.

        As always in any lottery, there is no guarantee of success but I'm not looking for a quarantee - mission impossible. I just want to increase my chances of winning - and this IS possible.

        Aquarius

        Great aqua, that's exactly what I'm talking about... increasing the odds of winning.

        Any computer programme that can analyze millions of lines can also do any 50-100 group (or groups) of lines within those millions.  Short and long term can be looked at.

        It is also possible that this analysis that Boney is talking about was done before the invention of Thriftys Positive Energy Flow System.

        I can promise you, if they put LL on the team of analysts they will "see" that flags, and doji's and convergences can be used to predicted upcoming events. And as I have said before Im not talking about fool proof system that has the power of:

        PICKING THE EXACT 5 NUMBERS ON THE EXACT DAY OF THE DRAWING.

        But rather groups of 98.280 combinations that have better odds than 1 in 38.

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          Posted: June 21, 2012, 5:15 pm - IP Logged

          Just so you know, Ronnie, you'r not the first one to think that, and there have been plenty of people who did computer analysis' of billions upon billions of random draws.

           

          There is no predicatability to the "patterns" that occur.  The patterns either occur, or do not occur, completely at random over the long run.

           

          If you claim that you are not basing your future predictions off of past results, then what is the relevance of all evens being "due", or all odds being "due"?  And what are you basing it off of?

          Just out of curiosity, has there ever been a billion lottery drawings recorded in all of history? 

          I've noticed some posters like to quote large numbers because they think are too large to check or matter.  Some have even claimed lotteries have billions of possible outcomes in spite of the fact that the two biggest Americans lotteries ever PB and MM has never had over 200 million possible outcomes.

          That's one of the reasons I believe if a player thinks he can win a lottery, he should just do it and not waste time listening to the wisdom of others.

           * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
             
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            Posted: June 21, 2012, 5:19 pm - IP Logged

            Just out of curiosity, has there ever been a billion lottery drawings recorded in all of history? 

            I've noticed some posters like to quote large numbers because they think are too large to check or matter.  Some have even claimed lotteries have billions of possible outcomes in spite of the fact that the two biggest Americans lotteries ever PB and MM has never had over 200 million possible outcomes.

            That's one of the reasons I believe if a player thinks he can win a lottery, he should just do it and not waste time listening to the wisdom of others.

            I Agree!   Like the Nike slogan says: JUST DO IT!


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              I Agree!   Like the Nike slogan says: JUST DO IT!

              That's why I have 5 out of 5 under my belt already.

              Has anyone else hit 5 out of 5 posting ANY amount of lines?

              The medicine man played 175,000 lines and never did better than 4+1.


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                Posted: June 21, 2012, 7:23 pm - IP Logged

                Just out of curiosity, has there ever been a billion lottery drawings recorded in all of history? 

                I've noticed some posters like to quote large numbers because they think are too large to check or matter.  Some have even claimed lotteries have billions of possible outcomes in spite of the fact that the two biggest Americans lotteries ever PB and MM has never had over 200 million possible outcomes.

                That's one of the reasons I believe if a player thinks he can win a lottery, he should just do it and not waste time listening to the wisdom of others.

                I KNOW the 5/56 part of the MM game has ONLY 3.9 million ways to avoid me.

                When I play almost 100k lines I have a 1 in 39 chance of getting 5 of 5.

                Because of the power of positive energy flow I hit in 2 draws.


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                  Posted: June 21, 2012, 7:31 pm - IP Logged

                  I KNOW the 5/56 part of the MM game has ONLY 3.9 million ways to avoid me.

                  When I play almost 100k lines I have a 1 in 39 chance of getting 5 of 5.

                  Because of the power of positive energy flow I hit in 2 draws.

                  It all seems to stem from Thrifty's Infamous Signature. You have him to thank for such positive results. Maybe he could share a lock of hair you

                  could carry with you for good luck, like a rabbits foot.   Lep


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                    Posted: June 21, 2012, 7:45 pm - IP Logged

                    It all seems to stem from Thrifty's Infamous Signature. You have him to thank for such positive results. Maybe he could share a lock of hair you

                    could carry with you for good luck, like a rabbits foot.   Lep

                    That is a great idea mc,

                    I would love to have Thriftys wisdom, but I'm satisfied to take what little I can get and mix it with my intuitive power to produce number combinations with better odds. 

                    I put a big number 8 on the back of a card, and carry that with me at all times.

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                      That's why I have 5 out of 5 under my belt already.

                      Has anyone else hit 5 out of 5 posting ANY amount of lines?

                      The medicine man played 175,000 lines and never did better than 4+1.

                      Has anyone else hit 5 out of 5 posting ANY amount of lines?

                      Yes, a couple of times every year and usually by premium members who post fifty predictions for many games every drawing.  Since they posted them on the prediction board they usually paste a copy of their winning results when they brag about them. 

                      Bragging rights and their results are the only thing they've ever shown since none of them actually played their numbers and had a winning ticket to show.

                       * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
                         
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                        Posted: June 21, 2012, 9:38 pm - IP Logged

                        Has anyone else hit 5 out of 5 posting ANY amount of lines?

                        Yes, a couple of times every year and usually by premium members who post fifty predictions for many games every drawing.  Since they posted them on the prediction board they usually paste a copy of their winning results when they brag about them. 

                        Bragging rights and their results are the only thing they've ever shown since none of them actually played their numbers and had a winning ticket to show.

                        Well its good to know that I'm not the only one around here getting 5 of 5.

                        I prefer the shotgun approach and playing as many lines as I can on one game.

                        I don't mind putting down the money if I perfect a plan that I feel confident about.

                        Just a few weeks ago, about 6 miles from my house a guy walked into the QT 5 different times with his numbers and played a different bonus ball each time. He did not get the bonus ball but hit second prize 5 times. That's the kind of intuition I'm talking about using to get better overall odds on MM and hitting 5 of 5. The bonus ball would just be a bonus.

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                          Well its good to know that I'm not the only one around here getting 5 of 5.

                          I prefer the shotgun approach and playing as many lines as I can on one game.

                          I don't mind putting down the money if I perfect a plan that I feel confident about.

                          Just a few weeks ago, about 6 miles from my house a guy walked into the QT 5 different times with his numbers and played a different bonus ball each time. He did not get the bonus ball but hit second prize 5 times. That's the kind of intuition I'm talking about using to get better overall odds on MM and hitting 5 of 5. The bonus ball would just be a bonus.

                          How does intuition help you get better overall odds when it suggest one in a group of 9000 might hit if you can't load your shotgun for 9000 shots?

                          I use a shotgun approach by loading up most of the numbers twice but I know I will only have twenty shots so I'm depending on some additional strategies I'm developing for the five white balls.  With 20 shots I don't need much of a strategy for the mega ball since my chances of a hit is 20/46 with no strategy, a small tweet usually raises my average above 50% or 2/40 which is twice the 1/40 printed on the play slip.

                           * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
                             
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                            How does intuition help you get better overall odds when it suggest one in a group of 9000 might hit if you can't load your shotgun for 9000 shots?

                            I use a shotgun approach by loading up most of the numbers twice but I know I will only have twenty shots so I'm depending on some additional strategies I'm developing for the five white balls.  With 20 shots I don't need much of a strategy for the mega ball since my chances of a hit is 20/46 with no strategy, a small tweet usually raises my average above 50% or 2/40 which is twice the 1/40 printed on the play slip.

                            I don't get it? Are you saying you play 20 lines total on the prediction board?

                            Because I actually spend cash and play that many lines most of the time.

                            Just wondering, because I'm not sure what you are saying.


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                              Ok, I still don't get it. I looked all through the predictions pages and found very few who play pick 5 games and zero that play MM. Am I missing something here?

                              You said people hit 5 of 5 a couple times a year so I'm wondering who and on what games?

                                 
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