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Do some number combinations have better odds?

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It reminds me of the time people in Phoenix asked Mark McGwire to hit the Jumbo-tron. (if he was so great) (because its mounted so high, and so far back its impossible to hit) lol. lol. lol. He hit it not once, but TWICE that night and they had to replace the stupid thing.........Green laugh


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    I'm sure Nancy will never do anything a teacher has not told him to do.........

    But in the practical world people do what is otherwise impossible on a regular basis.


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      Green laughI think that left hand is a little bent.  Or "askew".  I think that might be a result of playing with hard balls.

      But I think most deformation is within nancys skull.

      I Agree! Too much applied theory, and not enough practical knowledge.

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        Stack47,

        Are you referring to the time Ronnie316 chose a set of 28 numbers through intuition that happened to contain the 5 winners?

        If so, what was the "System" he used?

        If not, what are you referring to?

        Please explain.

        --Jimmy4164

        If you're interested in Ronnie's methodology start reading from page 1 because it was explained thoroughly on this thread. Or you could start from the point where even/odd and high/low groups of 28 numbers were discussed.


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          If you're interested in Ronnie's methodology start reading from page 1 because it was explained thoroughly on this thread. Or you could start from the point where even/odd and high/low groups of 28 numbers were discussed.

          Perhaps if I just hit 5+1 again they will apologize and say we were right all along?


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            What?


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              Technically, based on their precious probability theory it should have taken me 17 years the first time?


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                Technically, based on their precious probability theory it should have taken me 17 years the first time?

                WHY? WHY? WHY? Cant they get the math right?

                Crying

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                  Perhaps if I just hit 5+1 again they will apologize and say we were right all along?

                  Our critics believe because of their odds, there are no options. You matched 5 + 1 because you used the option of using one bonus number with all the combos. They will never apologize even if you match 5 + 1 ten more times in the next year.

                  They won't let the fact that 51 numbers won't be drawn and 45 of the bonus won't be drawn get in the way of their arguments because they believe it's impossible to logically or intuitively eliminate any of those numbers.

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                    This is a pic of Jimmy1446 in real life...............

                    And you called mediabrat childish.

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                      Technically, based on their precious probability theory it should have taken me 17 years the first time?

                      No, that's according to your misunderstanding of probability theory.  But you're not actually interested in any real explanation.

                       

                      If this post was any longer it'd hurt your brain and you wouldn't read it.

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                        WHY? WHY? WHY? Cant they get the math right?

                        Crying

                        ROFLMAO!

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                          Posted: February 10, 2013, 3:23 pm - IP Logged

                          No, that's according to your misunderstanding of probability theory.  But you're not actually interested in any real explanation.

                           

                          If this post was any longer it'd hurt your brain and you wouldn't read it.

                          You're misunderstanding the fact the theory proves there is a probability of doing something. And whether there is 1 digit number, a 9 digit number, or a billion digit number before the digit "1", doesn't change the fact it's possible.


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                            You're misunderstanding the fact the theory proves there is a probability of doing something. And whether there is 1 digit number, a 9 digit number, or a billion digit number before the digit "1", doesn't change the fact it's possible.

                            I was thinking that, but theorized that I was probably too churlish to understand what "theory" means.

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                              You're misunderstanding the fact the theory proves there is a probability of doing something. And whether there is 1 digit number, a 9 digit number, or a billion digit number before the digit "1", doesn't change the fact it's possible.

                              I don't misunderstand that.  I've never said it's impossible to win, but that's it's impossible to beat.  That's because beat implies an advantage.  Otherwise you'r not beating the game, you'r hoping to get lucky in a losing game.

                               

                              If your beating it, you expect to win, and are hoping to not get unlucky.

                                 
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