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Do some number combinations have better odds?

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Now you're demanding a guarantee in game with over 175 million possibilities. Point out the one post of the 3700 where anybody guaranteed anything.

Stack47,

Finally!  You are admitting to the reality of the situation.  OK, since we apparently agree that selecting a 28 number subset from which to select your tickets does not guarantee a win, I assume we must, by necessity, agree that there is a certain amount of UNCERTAINTY associated with your methods.  And I'm sure you are aware that probability values of zero through one are, in one sense, measures of uncertainty.

Those of us who rely on traditional probability theory, the same theory employed by physicists to study problems in Quantum Mechanics, believe that your odds of winning for each ticket purchased is 175 Million to 1.

Please, please, give us a ball park estimate of what you believe YOUR improved odds are when you select your numbers from a set of 28, rather than the 56 we traditionalists select from.

--Jimmy4164


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    Stack47,

    Finally!  You are admitting to the reality of the situation.  OK, since we apparently agree that selecting a 28 number subset from which to select your tickets does not guarantee a win, I assume we must, by necessity, agree that there is a certain amount of UNCERTAINTY associated with your methods.  And I'm sure you are aware that probability values of zero through one are, in one sense, measures of uncertainty.

    Those of us who rely on traditional probability theory, the same theory employed by physicists to study problems in Quantum Mechanics, believe that your odds of winning for each ticket purchased is 175 Million to 1.

    Please, please, give us a ball park estimate of what you believe YOUR improved odds are when you select your numbers from a set of 28, rather than the 56 we traditionalists select from.

    --Jimmy4164

    So far Jim, our trials have shown UP TO 5 times better odds. NOT including the bonus number.


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      Posted: January 20, 2013, 3:41 pm - IP Logged

      Jim has turned into a "hit and run" type of poster here on LP.


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        I wonder if its because we figured out that he posts his birthday every time he signs his name to a post. 

        And talk about being "stuck on yourself" he takes the time to change font, color and size of his name. lol.


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          Post by LottoBoner but sounds like something Jimmy4164 would write. What?

          I was doing some hard research, and I found a thread from 2011.

          That was a post by jammy4164.  I just didn't do the usual highlighting because his name was there.

          Now I am not all too familiar with Ion, but his FFG theory is interesting, and I think he has some on point theories into picking correct numbers such as anticipating skips strings.

          I also understand that Ion is a great programmer, but I have not used his programs, so jippy4164 can talk bad all he wants.

          Now when spammy 4164 talks bad about GH, it proves that he is indeed a Troll

          because to talk malice about such a nice person, who has done extensive lottery research, written an interesting book, with examples of improving odds, and has helped people such as Mitch Drummond to hit jackpots is just mind-boggling.


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            I was doing some hard research, and I found a thread from 2011.

            That was a post by jammy4164.  I just didn't do the usual highlighting because his name was there.

            Now I am not all too familiar with Ion, but his FFG theory is interesting, and I think he has some on point theories into picking correct numbers such as anticipating skips strings.

            I also understand that Ion is a great programmer, but I have not used his programs, so jippy4164 can talk bad all he wants.

            Now when spammy 4164 talks bad about GH, it proves that he is indeed a Troll

            because to talk malice about such a nice person, who has done extensive lottery research, written an interesting book, with examples of improving odds, and has helped people such as Mitch Drummond to hit jackpots is just mind-boggling.

            Thanks for clearing that up LottoBoner, RJOh was spot on and we were thinking your cheese slid to the edge and was in danger of falling off the edge...... lol. lol.


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              Posted: January 20, 2013, 3:54 pm - IP Logged

              Yeah sure thing ronnie.

              I think timmy 1464 was the original B2b. 

              Jummys1464 99% idiotic posts go back a long time.


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                So far Jim, our trials have shown UP TO 5 times better odds. NOT including the bonus number.

                Could you please expand by showing us one of your "trials" using the simplified (5,2) Lotto game?  I'm sure a lot of LP readers would appreciate it, as it would be so much easier to understand with the smaller numbers and all, just how you can do this.

                https://www.lotterypost.com/thread/255566 

                --Jimmy4164 


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                  5/2 Lotto game....LMAO....LOL


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                    I have to check out, but I will be laughing the rest of the day over that one.............


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                      Have a good night everyone.Bed


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                            Either ronnie has turned into a vampire, or the mother of all toilets need some attention.

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                              Either ronnie has turned into a vampire, or the mother of all toilets need some attention.

                              I Agree!

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