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Do some number combinations have better odds?

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Boney526's avatar - NjlpLogo
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Posted: December 24, 2012, 4:24 pm - IP Logged

But I said you would get ZERO 5 of 5 hits BEFORE the 39 draws started.........

Someone saying something is also not how chance works...Confused


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    Posted: December 24, 2012, 4:25 pm - IP Logged

    You are making LottoBoners comments look BETTER and BETTER all the time.......


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      Posted: December 24, 2012, 4:26 pm - IP Logged

      Someone saying something is also not how chance works...Confused

      Im sorry you cant grasp the concept of predicting Boney....... Too bad for you.

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        Posted: December 24, 2012, 4:28 pm - IP Logged

        Im sorry you cant grasp the concept of predicting Boney....... Too bad for you.

        And I'm sorry that you can't grasp the concept that predicitions have no affect on random events.....  especially when they aren't based on any physically detectable bias...


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          And I'm sorry that you can't grasp the concept that predicitions have no affect on random events.....  especially when they aren't based on any physically detectable bias...

          That's where you keep missing it Boney. No one is saying they can "affect random events"


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            Posted: December 24, 2012, 4:33 pm - IP Logged

            The power of prediction is the ability to anticipate what is about to happen.


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              Posted: December 24, 2012, 4:35 pm - IP Logged

              Two different people got 5+1 preditions in 39 draws................


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                Posted: December 24, 2012, 5:48 pm - IP Logged

                Just to make it simple for you Boney, a prediction is the opposite of what you do when picking numbers.


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                    Posted: December 24, 2012, 7:04 pm - IP Logged

                    Right because you can define the chances of something after it already happened.  That's exactly how it works.....  Confused

                    Yup.  All this talk about "better odds" is hogwash because he can't figure out what his odds are until AFTER the drawing.  That's fairly useless for answering yes or no to this pie-in-the-sky question of "do some number combinations have better odds?"; he can't answer yes because the next logical question is "WHICH number combinations have better odds?", and no one can definitively answer that question.  The best Ronnie can do is guess, and even though he seems to be fairly good at that, it does nothing to address the original premise.  And it certainly doesn't make him a better person than Boney or anyone else, contrary to what he'd like us to believe.

                    Again, the only thing we've discovered here is that Ronnie has a knack for guessing some the winning numbers.  Good for you, Ronnie.  Whaddaya want, a medal?  Though it should be pointed out that because your wheels are so large, you're picking more losing numbers that winning numbers.  Not really all that impressive.  Also, you've admitted that you pull the numbers out of your ass, so it's not like there's a system that any of us can duplicate.  You want to impress us?  Hit a 5+0 or a 5+1 in real life.  Let's see a picture of you in the Lottery Post news section holding an oversized check from the Arizona Lottery.

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                      Posted: December 24, 2012, 7:29 pm - IP Logged

                      "Boney is only guessing about his CHANCES too."

                      Are you sure about that?

                      If you're going to quote someones statement you should copy and paste, I never used the word "only".

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                        Posted: December 25, 2012, 2:42 am - IP Logged

                        If you're going to quote someones statement you should copy and paste, I never used the word "only".


                        Sorry about that.  What I shoud have written was...

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                        "Boney is also guessing about his  CHANCES too."

                        Are you sure about that?

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                        Are you sure about THAT?

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                          Posted: December 25, 2012, 3:01 am - IP Logged

                          That's where you keep missing it Boney. No one is saying they can "affect random events"

                          You aren't using those words, but you certainly are implying it.  At least, you are implying that your predictions somehow have a better chance of winning than randomly drawn numbers.

                           

                          Tell me, what is the source of your mystical prediction powers?  Do you REALLY think that super-ultra positive over optimisic thinking of your prediction abilities allows you to lower your odds to a quantifiable 1in 575757, or whatever you reduce the field to?

                           

                          When you say "You can hide behind the "big picture" all you want Boney, it doesn't change the fact that in the big $588 million game I was playing with 10 times BETTER ODDS than you were.........." do you honestly think your odds are 10 times better than mine?  The only way that you could have better odds is if your choices somehow affected the probability of beating a random event.  So I'm sorry if I pis-represented what you are implying, but you must have one of the following points...

                           

                          Either you are implying that you are...

                           

                          1) affecting the random event

                          2) affecting the probability of beating a completely random game

                          3) detecting the random events' bias

                          4) taking advantage of mystical prediction powers.

                           

                          Or is it something else entirely?  You can talk all you want about having better odds because you say so, but you have no reasoning to explain how your odds are reduced at all, you only vaguely refer to prediction power and compare it to human ingenuity.  You don't have proof of a winning methodology, you have a recorded run of good luck.

                           

                          #3 is probably the only valid way to beat any physically drawn otherwise random game.  Pretty much impossible with the lottery, though some players in the past have taken advantage of bias roulette wheels.  Casino tech. has pretty much grown to the point where it's next to impossible to find an exploitable biased wheel in action nowadays, though.


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                            Yup.  All this talk about "better odds" is hogwash because he can't figure out what his odds are until AFTER the drawing.  That's fairly useless for answering yes or no to this pie-in-the-sky question of "do some number combinations have better odds?"; he can't answer yes because the next logical question is "WHICH number combinations have better odds?", and no one can definitively answer that question.  The best Ronnie can do is guess, and even though he seems to be fairly good at that, it does nothing to address the original premise.  And it certainly doesn't make him a better person than Boney or anyone else, contrary to what he'd like us to believe.

                            Again, the only thing we've discovered here is that Ronnie has a knack for guessing some the winning numbers.  Good for you, Ronnie.  Whaddaya want, a medal?  Though it should be pointed out that because your wheels are so large, you're picking more losing numbers that winning numbers.  Not really all that impressive.  Also, you've admitted that you pull the numbers out of your ass, so it's not like there's a system that any of us can duplicate.  You want to impress us?  Hit a 5+0 or a 5+1 in real life.  Let's see a picture of you in the Lottery Post news section holding an oversized check from the Arizona Lottery.

                             Whaddaya want, a medal?

                            I may be crazy but what I think ronnie wants is to win 1 Billion dollars before taxes.  Which if we are lucky he will have his chance around JULY 2013.

                            If you want to impress me Ronnie, I would like to you to make it snow in Arizona. 


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                              Posted: December 25, 2012, 3:17 am - IP Logged

                              You aren't using those words, but you certainly are implying it.  At least, you are implying that your predictions somehow have a better chance of winning than randomly drawn numbers.

                               

                              Tell me, what is the source of your mystical prediction powers?  Do you REALLY think that super-ultra positive over optimisic thinking of your prediction abilities allows you to lower your odds to a quantifiable 1in 575757, or whatever you reduce the field to?

                               

                              When you say "You can hide behind the "big picture" all you want Boney, it doesn't change the fact that in the big $588 million game I was playing with 10 times BETTER ODDS than you were.........." do you honestly think your odds are 10 times better than mine?  The only way that you could have better odds is if your choices somehow affected the probability of beating a random event.  So I'm sorry if I pis-represented what you are implying, but you must have one of the following points...

                               

                              Either you are implying that you are...

                               

                              1) affecting the random event

                              2) affecting the probability of beating a completely random game

                              3) detecting the random events' bias

                              4) taking advantage of mystical prediction powers.

                               

                              Or is it something else entirely?  You can talk all you want about having better odds because you say so, but you have no reasoning to explain how your odds are reduced at all, you only vaguely refer to prediction power and compare it to human ingenuity.  You don't have proof of a winning methodology, you have a recorded run of good luck.

                               

                              #3 is probably the only valid way to beat any physically drawn otherwise random game.  Pretty much impossible with the lottery, though some players in the past have taken advantage of bias roulette wheels.  Casino tech. has pretty much grown to the point where it's next to impossible to find an exploitable biased wheel in action nowadays, though.

                              Tell me, what is the source of your mystical prediction powers?  Do you REALLY think that super-ultra positive over optimisic thinking of your prediction abilities allows you to lower your odds to a quantifiable 1in 575757, or whatever you reduce the field to?

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                              3) detecting the random events' bias

                               

                              ΥÉŠ  ÅgÅÍΝ

                              Boney you really are a genius after all!

                                 
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