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Can math and logic improve chances of winning a jackpot?

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I Agree! with RL. And don't forget about the dangers of driving your car down the street..... I suppose Jammy would think its a"waste of time" making attempts to drive safely because after all, the "odds" of crashing are quite high so crashing is just a matter of random chance and there's nothing you can change about that?


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    RL-RANDOMLOGIC says, "I will consider the opinion that my winnings are a product of chance if you are willing to consider they are not."

    I know you've read my discussions of this in the past, but I guess you want me to repeat myself.  In the lottery, the DISTRIBUTION of your winnings are a product of the way you choose to DISTRIBUTE your capital as bets.  If you play a game long enough, your OVERALL winnings will be the same no matter how you choose to play.

    ...and, "Do you really read all the books that you link to."

    Mostly, yes.  If I haven't read a book I link to, I've read excerpts and/or reviews by people I respect.  If you did due diligence before investing untold hours on problems that have either been previously solved OR PROVEN TO HAVE NO SOLUTION, you might avoid "reinventing the wheel," or wasting your time.  I have always tried to avoid doing this, which is why I read books.  You really should try it some day.  If Epstein and Taleb are beyond your comprehension, there are introductory texts available.

    Ronnie316 says, "Jammy does not need to read a book to know that he agrees with it, and it is therefore authoritative."

    ...which doesn't deserve a reply.

    And WIN D attempts to dismiss Nicholas Taleb, a successful mathematical trader, by referring to him as a "bookie."

    If you people knew how pathetic you appear when you conduct yourselves in this way when faced with evidence you cannot refute, you would be embarrassed, and quiet.

    But you obviously don't know.

    --Jimmy4164

    Ronnie316 says,  "Jammy does not need to read a book to know that he agrees with it, and it is therefore authoritative." 

    ...which doesn't deserve a reply.

    Then why did you reply Jammy?


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      RL-RANDOMLOGIC says, "I will consider the opinion that my winnings are a product of chance if you are willing to consider they are not."

      I know you've read my discussions of this in the past, but I guess you want me to repeat myself.  In the lottery, the DISTRIBUTION of your winnings are a product of the way you choose to DISTRIBUTE your capital as bets.  If you play a game long enough, your OVERALL winnings will be the same no matter how you choose to play.

      ...and, "Do you really read all the books that you link to."

      Mostly, yes.  If I haven't read a book I link to, I've read excerpts and/or reviews by people I respect.  If you did due diligence before investing untold hours on problems that have either been previously solved OR PROVEN TO HAVE NO SOLUTION, you might avoid "reinventing the wheel," or wasting your time.  I have always tried to avoid doing this, which is why I read books.  You really should try it some day.  If Epstein and Taleb are beyond your comprehension, there are introductory texts available.

      Ronnie316 says, "Jammy does not need to read a book to know that he agrees with it, and it is therefore authoritative."

      ...which doesn't deserve a reply.

      And WIN D attempts to dismiss Nicholas Taleb, a successful mathematical trader, by referring to him as a "bookie."

      If you people knew how pathetic you appear when you conduct yourselves in this way when faced with evidence you cannot refute, you would be embarrassed, and quiet.

      But you obviously don't know.

      --Jimmy4164

      If I haven't read a book I link to, I've read excerpts and/or reviews by people I respect.

      Like I said, Jammy does feel the need to read the books, as long as they have the socialist stamp of approval.


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        Ronnie316 says,  "Jammy does not need to read a book to know that he agrees with it, and it is therefore authoritative." 

        ...which doesn't deserve a reply.

        Then why did you reply Jammy?

        Then why did you reply Jammy?

        Are you wasting your time Jammy?


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          RL-RANDOMLOGIC says, "I will consider the opinion that my winnings are a product of chance if you are willing to consider they are not."

          I know you've read my discussions of this in the past, but I guess you want me to repeat myself.  In the lottery, the DISTRIBUTION of your winnings are a product of the way you choose to DISTRIBUTE your capital as bets.  If you play a game long enough, your OVERALL winnings will be the same no matter how you choose to play.

          ...and, "Do you really read all the books that you link to."

          Mostly, yes.  If I haven't read a book I link to, I've read excerpts and/or reviews by people I respect.  If you did due diligence before investing untold hours on problems that have either been previously solved OR PROVEN TO HAVE NO SOLUTION, you might avoid "reinventing the wheel," or wasting your time.  I have always tried to avoid doing this, which is why I read books.  You really should try it some day.  If Epstein and Taleb are beyond your comprehension, there are introductory texts available.

          Ronnie316 says, "Jammy does not need to read a book to know that he agrees with it, and it is therefore authoritative."

          ...which doesn't deserve a reply.

          And WIN D attempts to dismiss Nicholas Taleb, a successful mathematical trader, by referring to him as a "bookie."

          If you people knew how pathetic you appear when you conduct yourselves in this way when faced with evidence you cannot refute, you would be embarrassed, and quiet.

          But you obviously don't know.

          --Jimmy4164

          As I said earlier,

          "If you people knew how pathetic you appear when you conduct yourselves in this way when faced with evidence you cannot refute, you would be embarrassed, and quiet.

          "But you obviously don't know."

          --Jimmy4164

          P.S. RL:  Check with BobP (Lotto-Logix) regarding your Pick-3 software.


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            If I haven't read a book I link to, I've read excerpts and/or reviews by people I respect.

            Like I said, Jammy does feel the need to read the books, as long as they have the socialist stamp of approval.

            Also those books need be banned and burned in some countries in order for Jimbamboozle to preach them.

            You dont need to practice what you preach when you are the fascist ruler of odds.


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                    Just before you give up jimmy4164 ......at least go as far as you can with the math ....or at the very least try to cheat or something.  LOL 

               

                        "Everyone needs at least one reason to play the game... no matter who or what it is."

                                                                                                        Win d

               

               

               

               

               

               

               

                                                     

              Jimmy never gave up because he never tried.

              He just revels in being sanctimonius.


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                @ Jambo

                When you say ludic fallacies, are you sure you dont mean

                Phallic lewdities?


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                  @ Jambo

                  When you say ludic fallacies, are you sure you dont mean

                  Phallic lewdities?

                  I Agree! Jammy has been acting overly creepy of late.


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                    As I said earlier,

                    "If you people knew how pathetic you appear when you conduct yourselves in this way when faced with evidence you cannot refute, you would be embarrassed, and quiet.

                    "But you obviously don't know."

                    --Jimmy4164

                    P.S. RL:  Check with BobP (Lotto-Logix) regarding your Pick-3 software.

                    You just replied to yourself Jammy. Are you off your meds? What do you do on Halloween night?


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                      Posted: June 27, 2013, 3:09 pm - IP Logged

                      As I said earlier,

                      "If you people knew how pathetic you appear when you conduct yourselves in this way when faced with evidence you cannot refute, you would be embarrassed, and quiet.

                      "But you obviously don't know."

                      --Jimmy4164

                      P.S. RL:  Check with BobP (Lotto-Logix) regarding your Pick-3 software.

                      What does an embarrassed and quite person do in their free time Jammy?


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                        Posted: June 27, 2013, 3:21 pm - IP Logged

                        As I said earlier,

                        "If you people knew how pathetic you appear when you conduct yourselves in this way when faced with evidence you cannot refute, you would be embarrassed, and quiet.

                        "But you obviously don't know."

                        --Jimmy4164

                        P.S. RL:  Check with BobP (Lotto-Logix) regarding your Pick-3 software.

                        I'm unrefuted everything you ever said, so there's no longer a need for me to be embarrassed and quite.


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                          You just replied to yourself Jammy. Are you off your meds? What do you do on Halloween night?

                          Perhaps Jimbo needs to self-medicate?

                           


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                            Perhaps Jimbo needs to self-medicate?

                             

                            That was introduced in PA earlier this year, I wonder if Jammy is championing the effort?

                            http://www.thedailychronic.net/2013/17047/pennsylvania-marijuana-legalization-bill-formally-introduced/


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                              You just replied to yourself Jammy. Are you off your meds? What do you do on Halloween night?

                              I think Jambo dresses up like yoda and pretends to be a lotto jedi.

                                 
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