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Reptilians?

LOL.............   Snake like?Eek


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    Schiz...............What?


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      Ok x1kosmic,

      Here is my set of 12 for Maddogs Challenge.

      03 06 10 11 13 28 29 32 33 34 41 48

      bonus ball 10

      Units/Teens/Twenties/Thirties/Forties

      Thats 5 "separate" "decades".


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        LOL.............   Snake like?Eek

        Like Darth Maul.

        Horned, scaly reptilian, qigong killing motherf-ers.


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          Like Darth Maul.

          Horned, scaly reptilian, qigong killing motherf-ers.

          Slithering, sneaky, Saskatchewan, seething, sinuous,  slickslinky,  snakelike  snaky,subtle......


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            Ok x1kosmic,

            Here is my set of 12 for Maddogs Challenge.

            03 06 10 11 13 28 29 32 33 34 41 48

            bonus ball 10

            Wheel:  Pick 5 Key 4 if 4 of 12

            Tickets:  47

            Description: Minimum 4-number match, if 4 numbers drawn fall within your set of 12 numbers.

            Input:  6, 28, 10, 48, 29, 34, 13, 3, 41, 33, 11, 32

            1. 06-10-28-41-48
            2. 03-06-10-28-29
            3. 06-10-11-28-34
            4. 06-10-13-28-33
            5. 06-10-28-32-33
            6. 06-28-29-33-48
            7. 06-28-29-32-48
            8. 03-06-28-34-48
            9. 06-11-13-28-48
            10. 06-11-28-32-48
            11. 06-13-28-29-34
            12. 06-11-28-29-41
            13. 03-06-28-32-34
            14. 06-28-33-34-41
            15. 03-06-13-28-41
            16. 06-13-28-32-41
            17. 03-06-11-28-33
            18. 06-10-11-29-48
            19. 06-10-13-34-48
            20. 06-10-32-34-48
            21. 03-06-10-33-48
            22. 06-10-29-33-34
            23. 06-10-29-32-34
            24. 06-10-13-29-41
            25. 03-06-10-34-41
            26. 03-06-10-11-13
            27. 06-10-11-13-32
            28. 03-06-10-32-41
            29. 06-10-11-33-41
            30. 06-29-34-41-48
            31. 03-06-13-29-48
            32. 03-06-29-32-48
            33. 06-11-33-34-48
            34. 03-06-13-32-48
            35. 06-13-33-41-48
            36. 03-06-11-41-48
            37. 06-32-33-41-48
            38. 03-06-11-29-34
            39. 06-11-13-29-33
            40. 06-13-29-32-33
            41. 03-06-29-33-41
            42. 06-11-29-32-41
            43. 03-06-13-33-34
            44. 06-11-13-34-41
            45. 06-13-32-33-34
            46. 06-11-32-34-41
            47. 03-06-11-32-33


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              Like Darth Maul.

              Horned, scaly reptilian, qigong killing motherf-ers.

              I forgot sleazy and slimy......

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                We should be trying to filter out losing numbers!  I would put more time into the game, but the astronomical odds, and my sudden dificulty in ESP, is causing me great distress in my "easy" game, although I still do try to locate any "imaginary" "bias" when I do take the time to update and look.

                Filtering by decades would as spock would say, be the next "logical" step in this experiment.

                Especially if you want to try and use some sort of "scientific method".

                Thinking of...

                "I would put more time into the game, but the astronomical odds,"

                Do you really believe the people who bet $588 million on one PB drawing cared about the odds?

                "and my sudden dificulty in ESP, is causing me great distress"

                And your solution is to buy QPs?

                "although I still do try to locate any "imaginary" "bias" when I do take the time to update and look."

                There is nothing imaginary about the fact over 19,000 groups of 28 numbers will match five numbers in every one of the next 5 drawings.

                "Filtering by decades would as spock would say, be the next "logical" step in this experiment."

                The only experiment I saw was several people predicting 28 number groups and checking the results. You can't possibly do any worst than in the last experiment so filtering by decades can't be worse. What's your next "logical step" if that doesn't work out?

                "Especially if you want to try and use some sort of "scientific method".

                I'm only looking for consistent results that averages five matches once every 12 drawings. If you're proficient at picking the bonus number, 1 in 16 will work too.

                Oh, and speaking of experiments, didn't your standard deviation experiment show we can expect deviation from the average?


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                  Slithering, sneaky, Saskatchewan, seething, sinuous,  slickslinky,  snakelike  snaky,subtle......

                  I think Saskatchewan is a province in Canada.

                  Did you mean Sasquatchian?Confused (meaning of a sasquatch nature)

                  However a sasquatch would be more hominid than reptile, i suppose.


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                    "I would put more time into the game, but the astronomical odds,"

                    Do you really believe the people who bet $588 million on one PB drawing cared about the odds?

                    "and my sudden dificulty in ESP, is causing me great distress"

                    And your solution is to buy QPs?

                    "although I still do try to locate any "imaginary" "bias" when I do take the time to update and look."

                    There is nothing imaginary about the fact over 19,000 groups of 28 numbers will match five numbers in every one of the next 5 drawings.

                    "Filtering by decades would as spock would say, be the next "logical" step in this experiment."

                    The only experiment I saw was several people predicting 28 number groups and checking the results. You can't possibly do any worst than in the last experiment so filtering by decades can't be worse. What's your next "logical step" if that doesn't work out?

                    "Especially if you want to try and use some sort of "scientific method".

                    I'm only looking for consistent results that averages five matches once every 12 drawings. If you're proficient at picking the bonus number, 1 in 16 will work too.

                    Oh, and speaking of experiments, didn't your standard deviation experiment show we can expect deviation from the average?

                    The only experiment I saw was several people predicting 28 number groups and checking the results. You can't possibly do any worst than in the last experiment so filtering by decades can't be worse. What's your next "logical step" if that doesn't work out?

                     

                    I think the next logical step would be to quit.  Or go back to playing Bingo.

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                      The only experiment I saw was several people predicting 28 number groups and checking the results. You can't possibly do any worst than in the last experiment so filtering by decades can't be worse. What's your next "logical step" if that doesn't work out?

                       

                      I think the next logical step would be to quit.  Or go back to playing Bingo.

                      When your only strategy is just one guess after another, your next logical step is another guess.

                       * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
                         
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                        When your only strategy is just one guess after another, your next logical step is another guess.

                        But is a correct guess still a guess?  If it becomes reproducible than at some point i imagine a guess becomes a kind of knowing.

                        Although I must admit there may be varying degree of variation within the standard quantum field of knowing as a function of time.Yes Nod

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                          I think Saskatchewan is a province in Canada.

                          Did you mean Sasquatchian?Confused (meaning of a sasquatch nature)

                          However a sasquatch would be more hominid than reptile, i suppose.

                          I think maybe he just doesn't like Saskatchewanubians (people from Saskatchewan).

                          They are kind of annoying when you think about it.

                          Of course maybe we wouldn't be so pleasant either if everytime we stepped out our front door, a pack of badgers started chasing us and tearing at our flesh.

                          I mean, think about it.


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                            Set of 28 for MM. Tue. Jan. 1, 2013.

                            01 02 03 06 07 10 11 13 18 19 22 24 28 29 31 32 33 34 39 40 41 43 44 48 51 52 54 56

                            bonus ball 10

                            2 of 5 on this draw...............

                            Tuesday, January 01, 2013            04 · 11 · 21 · 25 · 44    29        4$30 Million


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                              Boney gets 3 of 5 on this draw..........

                              1, 4, 8, 12, 14, 15, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 30, 31, 35, 38, 39, 40, 41, 43, 46, 53, 54, 56  Not sure if you wanted me to use a bonus ball.  RNG says 45.

                              Tuesday, January 01, 2013     04 · 11 · 21 · 25 · 44    29          4$30 Million

                                 
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