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Why do people give away their lottery system?

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Posted: September 15, 2012, 10:49 am - IP Logged

simply because there is NO  system

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    Posted: September 15, 2012, 11:10 am - IP Logged

    I'll take you up on that generous offer RJ. Hell $2 will buy my morning newspaper, java and  pick 3 QP!

    The offer only good this month so hurry, you don't have much time.

     * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
       
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      The offer only good this month so hurry, you don't have much time.

      That still gives me about 2 weeks, I will try to win this Jackpot ASAP!

      I am highly motivated to get your $2.  Hyper


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        Posted: September 15, 2012, 1:05 pm - IP Logged

        simply because there is NO  system

        Your only saying that because my system works, and your system DOESNT.

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          Okay, let's face it, there's no system for any large (6/56+ mega ball) type game...too many combinations to try and cover. If a player actually did have such a system which won even remotely consistent, they would never give it away due to  purely self-preservation reasoning. What does that mean? Well, they wouldn't want anyone else to mess up their "good thing." With the smaller games, it's much easier to help people because there's much, much, much, much, much less money involved for them to pay out. Therefore, I can afford to help my associates to win regularly because it's only pennies on the dollar compared to the larger games.

          A player can "nickle and dime" their way to wealth with no problem but, winning millions at a time will raise eyebrows every time. At the end of the day, if a system really works CONSISTENTLY, it's NOT DISPLAYED FOR THE WHOLE WORLD TO SEE.

           

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          Systems are nothing more than what a player feels is a logical way to pick their numbers. Some players call the time of day they buy their QPs a system. The legal Pick-3 game has been played somewhere for over 30 years and illegally for over hundred, yet every day somebody comes with what they believe is a unique way to pick the numbers. There may be an infinite number of ways to pick a three digit number, but the odds are still 999 to 1.

          A true system would give one winning result on any pick 3, 4, 5, 6, 2 + 2, 4 + 1, or 5 + 1 game, but some of systems we see include several if not thousands of combinations. Many of the systems rely on past results even though everybody should know the next drawing is random as where all the previous drawings; the same type of numbered balls that were in the first drawing will be in the machine for the 100th drawing.

          I'm not saying it's impossible for someone to create an elaborate system that takes almost 72 hours to calculate making it difficult to fill out playslips before the terminals shut off, but if I were shut out and missed a chance at a jackpot, I would speed up the process to make sure it never happened again.


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            Systems are nothing more than what a player feels is a logical way to pick their numbers. Some players call the time of day they buy their QPs a system. The legal Pick-3 game has been played somewhere for over 30 years and illegally for over hundred, yet every day somebody comes with what they believe is a unique way to pick the numbers. There may be an infinite number of ways to pick a three digit number, but the odds are still 999 to 1.

            A true system would give one winning result on any pick 3, 4, 5, 6, 2 + 2, 4 + 1, or 5 + 1 game, but some of systems we see include several if not thousands of combinations. Many of the systems rely on past results even though everybody should know the next drawing is random as where all the previous drawings; the same type of numbered balls that were in the first drawing will be in the machine for the 100th drawing.

            I'm not saying it's impossible for someone to create an elaborate system that takes almost 72 hours to calculate making it difficult to fill out playslips before the terminals shut off, but if I were shut out and missed a chance at a jackpot, I would speed up the process to make sure it never happened again.

            Many of the systems rely on past results even though everybody should know the next drawing is random as where all the previous drawings

             

            That is true, however, there are patterns and trends that one can track to at least filter out numbers that have less probability to show in the next draw.

            Today's Florida midday's winning Pick-3 number was 055. It has the same chance of showing up in tonight's draw in the exact order. Combos do repeat in the pick-3 in consecutive draws, but are rare. I'll bet you or anyone else a 1,000 dollars 055 won't show tonight.

            You multiply that one strategy with others and you have a system that relies on past results.


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              Many of the systems rely on past results even though everybody should know the next drawing is random as where all the previous drawings

               

              That is true, however, there are patterns and trends that one can track to at least filter out numbers that have less probability to show in the next draw.

              Today's Florida midday's winning Pick-3 number was 055. It has the same chance of showing up in tonight's draw in the exact order. Combos do repeat in the pick-3 in consecutive draws, but are rare. I'll bet you or anyone else a 1,000 dollars 055 won't show tonight.

              You multiply that one strategy with others and you have a system that relies on past results.

              And dont forget about the hazards of chasing cold numbers.


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                Posted: September 15, 2012, 6:33 pm - IP Logged

                Is it still considered "giving it away" if no one accepts??


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                  Posted: September 15, 2012, 6:43 pm - IP Logged

                  Is it still considered "giving it away" if no one accepts??

                  Does a falling tree make a sound if no one hears it?


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                    Posted: September 15, 2012, 6:48 pm - IP Logged

                    Does a shooting star grant wishes??


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                      Posted: September 15, 2012, 6:51 pm - IP Logged

                      Does a shooting star grant wishes??

                      Of course it does, what a silly question.   Jester Laugh


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                        Posted: September 15, 2012, 6:56 pm - IP Logged

                        Now thats good news. You have restored my faith in wishing upon a star.


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                          Posted: September 15, 2012, 10:28 pm - IP Logged

                          Does a falling tree make a sound if no one hears it?

                          No. It makes vibrations/waves. You need a receiver to complete the transaction, and then you can call it sound.

                          Just like light, it's only waves/particles until something or some entity's brain transcribes those waves into what's perceived as light.

                          The same reason why bees can see Ultraviolet light, but humans can't. Human's eye's aren't designed to see that frequency, but it's all around us in waves.

                          All life's perceptions are personal experiences by the observer, and that's where Einstein, Relativity, and Quantum Physics comes to play.

                                     

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                            Posted: September 15, 2012, 10:34 pm - IP Logged

                            Thanks  onlymoney, I always felt like the answer was 'No sound" but could never explain it. 

                            You are the man,  onlymoney.


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                              Posted: September 15, 2012, 11:18 pm - IP Logged

                              Thanks  onlymoney, I always felt like the answer was 'No sound" but could never explain it. 

                              You are the man,  onlymoney.

                              Well it sounded good. Green laugh

                                 
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