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Posted: October 22, 2012, 12:28 pm - IP Logged

Have you read her book Ronnie?  Her patterns in the book are only 5% of the actual book.  That is why I was disappointed.  Her book should have contained more of the percentages and distribution of certain patterns over time.

She never explained why or how a number became a flag formation.  (Well she did a little, but like i said i think it was incomplete and very short)

I like to play recently drawn numbers as they tend to repeat.........

Has anyone noticed how the last 2 MM draws are uniquely different number sets? 

Did they get a new set of balls to use in the draws??

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    I like to play recently drawn numbers as they tend to repeat.........

    Has anyone noticed how the last 2 MM draws are uniquely different number sets? 

    Did they get a new set of balls to use in the draws??

    Ronnie

    MegaMillion drawings are conducted by the Georgia lottery.

    They use several machines and ball sets, and conduct pre-tests.

    The ball sets are replaced from time to time.

    The pre-tests are logged at the Powerball website.

    You can inititate and keep a record of the machines and ball sets, but I doubt it will help you choose the
    correct numbers to play.


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      Ronnie

      MegaMillion drawings are conducted by the Georgia lottery.

      They use several machines and ball sets, and conduct pre-tests.

      The ball sets are replaced from time to time.

      The pre-tests are logged at the Powerball website.

      You can inititate and keep a record of the machines and ball sets, but I doubt it will help you choose the
      correct numbers to play.

      MM is drawn in florida i believe.


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        No, I dont think I would like flag formations in lottery play any better than I like them in trading the markets.

        I am rather virgin in the market, but i do believe flag formation appear when volume of shares are calculated.

        So in the pattern of XX12345XX

        I think XX are sell days, and then 12345 are buy days.  Thats just my impression and observations, although i may have it backwards. (or reversed)

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          Posted: October 22, 2012, 12:59 pm - IP Logged

          MM is drawn in florida i believe.

          Powerball is drawn in Florida lottery commission in Tallahassee.


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            Powerball is drawn in Florida lottery commission in Tallahassee.

            CrazyIs it?  Can somebody verify this for me?  I hate to have all my facts wrong.

            Anyway if you are in Texas and you cant find the flag formation then you are aCrazy Jester

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              @>RJ

              you mentioned a Commodore 64 and this brought back great memories; still have one along with other vintage computers like Commodere Amigas, Atari Falcons and Acorn Archimedes/RiscPCs/IYONIX...

              Commodore 64 was great for games... its BASIC was not. Learned BASIC on An Acorn Electron and then ASSEMBLY. Still using the RiscPCs/IYONIX and 2 SGI O2s on an almost daily basis.

              I still have mine in a closet along with a Vic20, TI99 and my Tandy 1000.

               * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
                 
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                Posted: October 22, 2012, 2:31 pm - IP Logged

                CrazyIs it?  Can somebody verify this for me?  I hate to have all my facts wrong.

                Anyway if you are in Texas and you cant find the flag formation then you are aCrazy Jester

                Go to Florida lottery website,

                No MegaMillions listed because you can't buy MM tickets in Flordia.

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                  Posted: October 22, 2012, 3:37 pm - IP Logged

                  Yes, I've read and still have some of GH's books. Yes, I use her Full Wheel Generator. Yes,I used to have the old DOS Advantage Plus.

                  Did any of this help me win the lottery? Well...frankly no. But did it give me a good running start on how to create my own systems? YES.

                  When you're a newbie lottery player without the slightest inkling about how you might try and go about bettering your odds then "The Lottery Master Guide" is a great introduction. Of course the Lottery Post is a great intro too but for those still without computers then it isn't an option. You have to start somewhere. I really believe her products are wonderful for new players who start thinking outside the box. (Translation: instead of buying the almighty quick pick)

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                      Yes, I've read and still have some of GH's books. Yes, I use her Full Wheel Generator. Yes,I used to have the old DOS Advantage Plus.

                      Did any of this help me win the lottery? Well...frankly no. But did it give me a good running start on how to create my own systems? YES.

                      When you're a newbie lottery player without the slightest inkling about how you might try and go about bettering your odds then "The Lottery Master Guide" is a great introduction. Of course the Lottery Post is a great intro too but for those still without computers then it isn't an option. You have to start somewhere. I really believe her products are wonderful for new players who start thinking outside the box. (Translation: instead of buying the almighty quick pick)

                      Careful..... the sacred cows travel in herds and I would not want to see you get trampled under hoof....

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                        I have Howards LMG and I thought about buying the Advantage Plus software, but she doesn't offer it for Mac's so I didn't get it. 

                        Not sure if I would get it if I did have a windows computer, I enjoy doing the analyzing by hand.

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                          GH is an expensive start today.

                          But her software pays for itself.

                          Although doing by hand is fun.

                          I use excel, so dont necessarily need the software.

                          But i dont know VBA, so i cant do complicated calculations. So the software comes in mighty handy.

                          Even though Serge claims it has bugs.

                          Well at least for me it is.

                          And those smart picks although they dont tend to catch all the winners in one group often, the program can certainly help you minimize choices.

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                            But her software pays for itself.

                            Although doing by hand is fun.

                            I use excel, so dont necessarily need the software.

                            But i dont know VBA, so i cant do complicated calculations. So the software comes in mighty handy.

                            Even though Serge claims it has bugs.

                            Well at least for me it is.

                            And those smart picks although they dont tend to catch all the winners in one group often, the program can certainly help you minimize choices.

                            But her software pays for itself.

                            I believe that this is a thick lie of yours.

                            Although doing by hand is fun.

                            One does not exclude the other.

                            I use excel, so dont necessarily need the software.

                            Again a lie.

                            But i dont know VBA, so i cant do complicated calculations. So the software comes in mighty handy.

                            That's two years or so that you are nagging about VBA. Get some course there in NY.

                            Even though Serge claims it has bugs.

                            You know that it has one or more bugs. I am not even talking about the input.

                            Well at least for me it is. Is what?

                            And those smart picks although they dont tend to catch all the winners in one group often, the program can certainly help you minimize choices.

                            The smart picks are the only automatic choices of A+, and there are too many of them to play. If the ratio correct numbers / smart picks doesn't pay with a wheel or full system, then it isn't worth much. A Quick pick of that size might even get luckier.

                            There is absolutely no indication on how to minimize choices. The tips in the books are awful. There are the so called advices, which certainly don't make winners, as you wrote yourself.
                            If you make a few thousand people play in the same way, one eventually will win something. No matter how quer the system is.

                            The simple proof:
                            Take 10 players without knowledge of the lottery and let them learn and play for a year with A+.
                            I seriously doubt that every one will win back 50% of the expenses on lottery tickets.

                            It has been testimoned here that players weren't winning with A+.

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                              But her software pays for itself.

                              I believe that this is a thick lie of yours.

                              Although doing by hand is fun.

                              One does not exclude the other.

                              I use excel, so dont necessarily need the software.

                              Again a lie.

                              But i dont know VBA, so i cant do complicated calculations. So the software comes in mighty handy.

                              That's two years or so that you are nagging about VBA. Get some course there in NY.

                              Even though Serge claims it has bugs.

                              You know that it has one or more bugs. I am not even talking about the input.

                              Well at least for me it is. Is what?

                              And those smart picks although they dont tend to catch all the winners in one group often, the program can certainly help you minimize choices.

                              The smart picks are the only automatic choices of A+, and there are too many of them to play. If the ratio correct numbers / smart picks doesn't pay with a wheel or full system, then it isn't worth much. A Quick pick of that size might even get luckier.

                              There is absolutely no indication on how to minimize choices. The tips in the books are awful. There are the so called advices, which certainly don't make winners, as you wrote yourself.
                              If you make a few thousand people play in the same way, one eventually will win something. No matter how quer the system is.

                              The simple proof:
                              Take 10 players without knowledge of the lottery and let them learn and play for a year with A+.
                              I seriously doubt that every one will win back 50% of the expenses on lottery tickets.

                              It has been testimoned here that players weren't winning with A+.

                              "But i dont know VBA, so i cant do complicated calculations. So the software comes in mighty handy.

                              That's two years or so that you are nagging about VBA. Get some course there in NY."

                              I Agree!  Anyone who wants to know VBA would take a course or read a book about it instead of complaining about what they don't know.

                               * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
                                 
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