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Ranking High On The Leader Boards At LP

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Posted: February 10, 2013, 11:53 pm - IP Logged

While looking around at the Prediction Boards, I noticed that "Hit Ratio" was a Top Predictor category. This seemed a little odd since the number of hits someone gets does not necessarily translate into higher Return On Investment, which is measured in the "Prize Ratio" category. But, for whatever it's worth, members are put in the spotlight for high "Hit Ratio" scores. I dug a little deeper...

I noticed that a popular game among the top Hit Ratio predictors is the Texas All Or Nothing game. It's a 12/24 game - both you and the Lottery pick 12 numbers from 24. The interesting thing about this game is that 

IT IS SO EASY TO GET HITS THAT THE HIGHEST PAYOUT FOR MATCHING ALL 12 OF YOUR PICKS IS ALSO PAID OUT TO THOSE MATCHING NONE AT ALL !!

Be sure to take note (below) of the payout for matching 5, 6, and 7 numbers. Smile

So, simply stated, if you want accolades for your predictions, a good way to achieve them is to Predict as many randomly selected lines of 12 numbers that your membership will allow in the All Or Nothing game of Texas, EXCLUSIVELY! Predict nothing else, because most other games have Hit Ratios dramatically lower than this game, which will lower your overall Hit Ratio score. Some members have criticized me for not helping them win. Well, here you go!

Click here for more info:

Texas All Or Nothing Payouts 

The Top Lifetime Hit Ratio Predictors 

--Jimmy4164

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    Posted: February 11, 2013, 12:29 am - IP Logged

    While looking around at the Prediction Boards, I noticed that "Hit Ratio" was a Top Predictor category. This seemed a little odd since the number of hits someone gets does not necessarily translate into higher Return On Investment, which is measured in the "Prize Ratio" category. But, for whatever it's worth, members are put in the spotlight for high "Hit Ratio" scores. I dug a little deeper...

    I noticed that a popular game among the top Hit Ratio predictors is the Texas All Or Nothing game. It's a 12/24 game - both you and the Lottery pick 12 numbers from 24. The interesting thing about this game is that 

    IT IS SO EASY TO GET HITS THAT THE HIGHEST PAYOUT FOR MATCHING ALL 12 OF YOUR PICKS IS ALSO PAID OUT TO THOSE MATCHING NONE AT ALL !!

    Be sure to take note (below) of the payout for matching 5, 6, and 7 numbers. Smile

    So, simply stated, if you want accolades for your predictions, a good way to achieve them is to Predict as many randomly selected lines of 12 numbers that your membership will allow in the All Or Nothing game of Texas, EXCLUSIVELY! Predict nothing else, because most other games have Hit Ratios dramatically lower than this game, which will lower your overall Hit Ratio score. Some members have criticized me for not helping them win. Well, here you go!

    Click here for more info:

    Texas All Or Nothing Payouts 

    The Top Lifetime Hit Ratio Predictors 

    --Jimmy4164

    "Some members have criticized me for not helping them win. Well, here you go!"

    From what I saw, most of the criticism of you is you're annoying, rude, and add nothing but negativity to an on going discussion. I've criticized you for lecturing LP members about things they already know and this topic is just another example of it. The overall chance of winning any prize playing Texas All or Nothing is 4.5 to 1. The hit ratio is 22.22% which is what most of the Top Predictors are averaging.

    Thanks again for taking the time to tell us nothing something we already knew.


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      Posted: February 11, 2013, 1:10 am - IP Logged

      "Some members have criticized me for not helping them win. Well, here you go!"

      From what I saw, most of the criticism of you is you're annoying, rude, and add nothing but negativity to an on going discussion. I've criticized you for lecturing LP members about things they already know and this topic is just another example of it. The overall chance of winning any prize playing Texas All or Nothing is 4.5 to 1. The hit ratio is 22.22% which is what most of the Top Predictors are averaging.

      Thanks again for taking the time to tell us nothing something we already knew.

      Does this mean you are not proud of your status as holder of the record for LIFETIME highest Hit Ratio at LP?

      P.S. I am rude?