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Is the Flag formation pattern really as good as they say it is?

Yes [ 4 ]  [11.11%]
NO [ 8 ]  [22.22%]
Who the Hell is Gail Howard? [ 4 ]  [11.11%]
What the hell is a flag formation? [ 20 ]  [55.56%]
Total Valid Votes [ 36 ]  
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Posted: October 24, 2012, 7:06 pm - IP Logged

Somebody else voted yes!  Curious, I would like to hear this individuals take on the LottoFlagFormation™.

In my experience the pattern as it stands can lead to erroneous betting, as the pattern in the book is too perfect.

Nothing in the Random World occurs so perfectly everytime.

Also a skip of five is rather costly in the world of lotto dynamics.  Nobody want to be running and hoping a number will hit at 5Days.

Although the book does say to start by looking for the HOT skip.

I certainly would like to hear from some posters on new names for this pattern.  A name that describes the pattern better behaviour wise. 

From reading other threads on the forum, a very good way to describe these winning patterns is as a

BURSTY FORMATION™Jester Laugh

My guess it was SergeM, just messin around. When the "most won" thread was up several people said

they had won "over $10 million" lol. lol. lol.


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    Posted: October 24, 2012, 7:29 pm - IP Logged

    We can disect the lottery masterguide.

    Well dissecting the Lottoflagformation™ is a good place to start.Cool

    Remember guys whenever discussing the Patriotyou have to put the little ™ symbol to be legally in bounds.  Otherwise we decide on dissecting the entire LMG, and creating new terminology for all the new formations. (And finally get that glossary done that RJOh was too lazy to do himself)Roll Eyes

    Serge, i strongly doubt you voted yes in the poll, no matter what Crazy Ronnie Said, now without getting too technical and mathy, unless some people like that stuff, what would you propose to dissect first?Cheers

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      Posted: October 24, 2012, 8:05 pm - IP Logged

      I have better things to do. Sleep


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        I have better things to do. Sleep

        Green laugh

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          Well dissecting the Lottoflagformation™ is a good place to start.Cool

          Remember guys whenever discussing the Patriotyou have to put the little ™ symbol to be legally in bounds.  Otherwise we decide on dissecting the entire LMG, and creating new terminology for all the new formations. (And finally get that glossary done that RJOh was too lazy to do himself)Roll Eyes

          Serge, i strongly doubt you voted yes in the poll, no matter what Crazy Ronnie Said, now without getting too technical and mathy, unless some people like that stuff, what would you propose to dissect first?Cheers

          I'm just a guest of this website like you.  I'm not responsible for providing tools for any lottery players other than myself. 

          Once, Todd was going to tackle creating a glossary until he read some of the members posts and realized many were making up their own meanings for words and he couldn't include them all.  They couldn't agree on what a word like "gap" meant.  Some thought it was the number of digits between numbers in a sorted combination, other thought it was the numbers of drawing since the same number had been drawn and about five or so other definitions.

          I've developed software and a glossary for myself and there's nothing stopping others from doing the same for themselves.  What I have suits my purpose just fine.  If others have a different meaning for the words I use then they can explain their definitions.

           * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
             
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            I'm just a guest of this website like you.  I'm not responsible for providing tools for any lottery players other than myself. 

            Once, Todd was going to tackle creating a glossary until he read some of the members posts and realized many were making up their own meanings for words and he couldn't include them all.  They couldn't agree on what a word like "gap" meant.  Some thought it was the number of digits between numbers in a sorted combination, other thought it was the numbers of drawing since the same number had been drawn and about five or so other definitions.

            I've developed software and a glossary for myself and there's nothing stopping others from doing the same for themselves.  What I have suits my purpose just fine.  If others have a different meaning for the words I use then they can explain their definitions.

            If others have a different meaning for the words I use then they can explain their definitions.

            Have you ever provided your definitions in a thread of your creating?

            And why are you blaming todd for this glossary not being made?

            First of all those with higher prediction ratios such as you RJ, should get first dibs on any meanings or definitions out there.

            Just like when you go to a dictionary and the word has

            1)

            2)

            3) entries.

            there is no need to start censoring and stop compiling information just because its difficult.Roll Eyes

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              If others have a different meaning for the words I use then they can explain their definitions.

              Have you ever provided your definitions in a thread of your creating?

              And why are you blaming todd for this glossary not being made?

              First of all those with higher prediction ratios such as you RJ, should get first dibs on any meanings or definitions out there.

              Just like when you go to a dictionary and the word has

              1)

              2)

              3) entries.

              there is no need to start censoring and stop compiling information just because its difficult.Roll Eyes

              I've never posted more than 50 predictions a day even when I had a premium membership graciously gifted to  me by a couple of LP members.  While some members post thousands of predictions daily, I enjoy posting 10 lines weekly for a couple of lotteries at most.  There may be members who feel they deserve to be consulted when Todd make decisions about his website but I'm not one of them.  I like things just the way they are.

               * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
                 
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                I've never posted more than 50 predictions a day even when I had a premium membership graciously gifted to  me by a couple of LP members.  While some members post thousands of predictions daily, I enjoy posting 10 lines weekly for a couple of lotteries at most.  There may be members who feel they deserve to be consulted when Todd make decisions about his website but I'm not one of them.  I like things just the way they are.

                Quality not quantity!

                 

                Anyone can post thousands of daily predictions, It's like throwing sh*t on a wall and hoping some of it sticks, and probably will.

                You rock RJ!!!  Guitar  Drum   Type

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                  While GH has been around a long time and predate the Internet, she also was around after it started and there is no reason her influence on lottery winners should have changed.  All I'm saying, if it was as she claimed on her website, there should have been a couple of them show up a winner press conference in the last ten years.

                  Man Takes Home $52,000 on 52nd Birthday To hear David Williams talk about his big win, it wasn’t luck or even coincidence that brought him to Maryland Lottery headquarters to claim his $52,000 prize on his 52nd birthday.  The key to Williams’ win?  He credits his favorite Lottery “guru” Gail Howard for giving him the [...]
                  » Read full story  http://mdlottery.com/tag/david-williams/ 

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                    The frightening thing is that the simple college math is not present here.

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                      Man Takes Home $52,000 on 52nd Birthday To hear David Williams talk about his big win, it wasn’t luck or even coincidence that brought him to Maryland Lottery headquarters to claim his $52,000 prize on his 52nd birthday.  The key to Williams’ win?  He credits his favorite Lottery “guru” Gail Howard for giving him the [...]
                      » Read full story  http://mdlottery.com/tag/david-williams/ 

                      BobP

                      Thanks for the link.

                       * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
                         
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                        Thanks for the link.

                        Yes Bob, thanks for the link. I was so happy for David and his lonely motorcycle helmet.


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                          Man Takes Home $52,000 on 52nd Birthday To hear David Williams talk about his big win, it wasn’t luck or even coincidence that brought him to Maryland Lottery headquarters to claim his $52,000 prize on his 52nd birthday.  The key to Williams’ win?  He credits his favorite Lottery “guru” Gail Howard for giving him the [...]
                          » Read full story  http://mdlottery.com/tag/david-williams/ 

                          BobP

                          Thanks BobP for posting.  Great find in the archives.    This story is from 2010, and did you notice that GH is not the center of the press release, nor is their any mention of techniques, patterns, or wheel or Patriot™ because how to win is not something the lottery will willingly divulge.  IMHO, the lottery is a institution that wants you to win, the way some people want a car crash at the Indy 500, but they would prefer to take your money.  One thing I noticed that is interesting.  Take for instance the raising of the Powerball price, does it help or hurt lottery players?  Is powerball giving lessons on how to win?  No because their true desire is not for people to win but for the jackpot to grow and roll and probably to let the jackpot reach 1 billion dollars, and have some large offshore corporation that buys its tickets in the Virgin Islands, who uses the Patriot™, and does a large Ronnie316 one percenter wheel and thus willfully steal the U.S. voluntary tax out of the country, in a legal loophole.

                           

                          BTW  I really like the lotto logic website. To have all the official lottery website links in one key location is very helpful in finding data to export.Hurray!

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                            Thanks BobP for posting.  Great find in the archives.    This story is from 2010, and did you notice that GH is not the center of the press release, nor is their any mention of techniques, patterns, or wheel or Patriot™ because how to win is not something the lottery will willingly divulge.  IMHO, the lottery is a institution that wants you to win, the way some people want a car crash at the Indy 500, but they would prefer to take your money.  One thing I noticed that is interesting.  Take for instance the raising of the Powerball price, does it help or hurt lottery players?  Is powerball giving lessons on how to win?  No because their true desire is not for people to win but for the jackpot to grow and roll and probably to let the jackpot reach 1 billion dollars, and have some large offshore corporation that buys its tickets in the Virgin Islands, who uses the Patriot™, and does a large Ronnie316 one percenter wheel and thus willfully steal the U.S. voluntary tax out of the country, in a legal loophole.

                             

                            BTW  I really like the lotto logic website. To have all the official lottery website links in one key location is very helpful in finding data to export.Hurray!


                            Like the casinos the lottery considers wins as free advertising, good so long as the wins stay within the budget for a profitable lottery. The lottery is one branch of government that doesn't even pretend to be on our side. 

                            BobP

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                              Although I've read about The Flag Formation in The LMG, I've never understood why it was referred to as a "Flag Formation".  I gave up trying to figure it out. Because I never look for it or use it, I have no clue if it's worth anything or not.

                              About playing the lottery --  You will lose more than you win. Until you hit a jackpot.  Then everything changes!

                                 
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