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# Do some number combinations have better odds?

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 Posted: November 30, 2012, 1:03 pm - IP Logged

Your the one who said humans have "selective memory" ..........

All I'm saying is chosen numbers have BETTER ODDS over RNG and you already helped prove that. I'm sorry that you cant run that through you logic machine and get a logical reason........

Some things are learned through practical application and ultimately CHANGE what is taught in the sacred  class room where your reality comes from.

What proof?

One RNG didn't hold up?

Well lemme tell you.  If you selected 1000 RNGed sets you'd probably find that on average, they performed just as well as you'd expect them to.  On average.

It's your SELECTIVE MEMORY which is causing you to think you gained an advantage.  I am 100% certain that if you repreated the experiment thousands of times, your self picked numbers would perform exactly the same as RNG numbers.

Good luck, again changing the basis of probability theory.  Which you won't.  Some things change.  But 1+1 will always be 2, no matter how hard you try to make it 3 or more.

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I think for some people the only reality they need is what they learn in a class room.....

Probability is just the probable outcome based on whatever we know of what we're choosing from, but over time random outcomes create other probabilities. The probability here is any group of 28 numbers should have a five number match every 39 drawings. We found one group of 28 numbers that didn't match probability, but we can say if it has 2 five number matches in the next 39 drawings it will still average once in every 39 or the expected probability. But by adding more time or more drawings, we now must expect that group to exceed the one in 39 probability in the next 39 drawings.

I found a group of 28 numbers that had a five number match in 8 consecutive drawings and for that group to match probability, it can't have another five number match in the next 273 drawings. But that doesn't change the probability it should get a five number match in the next 39 drawings and six more in the 234 drawings after that.

The last 28 numbers drawn should almost always have 6 five numbers matches in the last six drawings because of repeats so that should prove there are groups of numbers with better odds of beating probability.

There is reality with math; we must learn to use it correctly.

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 Posted: November 30, 2012, 3:59 pm - IP Logged

hey ronnie, look@ this

indiana Hoosier lottery numbers i put in Oct 31st (1-8-11-36-37-38)

Cold/Hot (20 Numbers) 15-39-32-37-42-35-50-51-01-38-03-36-06-14-13-53-52-40-16-34

the next draw Nov 3rd was (32-35-38-39-40-44)

now how would one know what to play

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What proof?

One RNG didn't hold up?

Well lemme tell you.  If you selected 1000 RNGed sets you'd probably find that on average, they performed just as well as you'd expect them to.  On average.

It's your SELECTIVE MEMORY which is causing you to think you gained an advantage.  I am 100% certain that if you repreated the experiment thousands of times, your self picked numbers would perform exactly the same as RNG numbers.

Good luck, again changing the basis of probability theory.  Which you won't.  Some things change.  But 1+1 will always be 2, no matter how hard you try to make it 3 or more.

Ok B, your not the first naysayer to show up with heaps of negativity and Im sure you wont be the last.

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I wonder how quick you would have said "its just a quirk" when the Wright brothers got a plane off the ground the very first time for 18 seconds?????????

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What proof?

One RNG didn't hold up?

Well lemme tell you.  If you selected 1000 RNGed sets you'd probably find that on average, they performed just as well as you'd expect them to.  On average.

It's your SELECTIVE MEMORY which is causing you to think you gained an advantage.  I am 100% certain that if you repreated the experiment thousands of times, your self picked numbers would perform exactly the same as RNG numbers.

Good luck, again changing the basis of probability theory.  Which you won't.  Some things change.  But 1+1 will always be 2, no matter how hard you try to make it 3 or more.

Another thing B, you keep speaking for me and saying that Im "gaining an advantage" or "getting an edge over the lottery" and I have never said those things........

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 Posted: November 30, 2012, 8:52 pm - IP Logged

hey ronnie, look@ this

indiana Hoosier lottery numbers i put in Oct 31st (1-8-11-36-37-38)

Cold/Hot (20 Numbers) 15-39-32-37-42-35-50-51-01-38-03-36-06-14-13-53-52-40-16-34

the next draw Nov 3rd was (32-35-38-39-40-44)

now how would one know what to play

Nice call   helpmewin ............... Im sure it was just aquirk......

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What proof?

One RNG didn't hold up?

Well lemme tell you.  If you selected 1000 RNGed sets you'd probably find that on average, they performed just as well as you'd expect them to.  On average.

It's your SELECTIVE MEMORY which is causing you to think you gained an advantage.  I am 100% certain that if you repreated the experiment thousands of times, your self picked numbers would perform exactly the same as RNG numbers.

Good luck, again changing the basis of probability theory.  Which you won't.  Some things change.  But 1+1 will always be 2, no matter how hard you try to make it 3 or more.

I don't need a 1000 attempts to prove that you post losing numbers while everyone else posts winning numbers......  Your not the first person to quit posting numbers because you stunk the place up when you did post numbers. People who are filled with negativity cant improve their odds even slightly.

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 Posted: November 30, 2012, 9:04 pm - IP Logged

Set of 11 for live play MM. Fri. Nov. 30, 2012.

05 08 13 22 24 26 37 38 42 44 47

bonus ball 10

05 08 13 22 24 26 37 38 42 44 47 48

bonus ball 10

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Nice call   helpmewin ............... Im sure it was just aquirk......

we'll see just back testing for now, then i'm gonna try them for real

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 Posted: November 30, 2012, 9:33 pm - IP Logged

Good call...... BETTER ODDS are a sure thing for anyone with a positive attitude......

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 Posted: November 30, 2012, 9:34 pm - IP Logged

I didnt have time to fill out my play slips today for live play..... What are the odds......

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 Posted: November 30, 2012, 9:35 pm - IP Logged

I didnt have time to fill out my play slips today for live play..... What are the odds......

I stopped at the station and got this lowly ticket on the way home....

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 Posted: November 30, 2012, 9:38 pm - IP Logged

I stopped at the station and got this lowly ticket on the way home....

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