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Posted: March 21, 2013, 9:36 pm - IP Logged

Look at your history chart B..........Spot trends, Look at skip trends. Gud luck to everyone :)

History chart B?

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    Posted: March 22, 2013, 5:16 am - IP Logged

    I am a new member.  My son made me aware of this forum a few weeks ago.  I am TRYING to learn and will re-read above

    Welcome to the LP SkyThumbs Up

    I Love Pink & Green 1908

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      I recommand prozac with viagra. If you are out of them, ask Lottoboner, he mostly forgets to swallow them.
      For stronger medication you need to see doctor Todd.

      Cheers

      I Love Pink & Green 1908

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        Posted: March 22, 2013, 3:33 pm - IP Logged

        "The deceiving thing is that the book is paid publicity for the program advantage plus."  By SergeM.

        This is true.  Gail wants you to buy her software.  It's $80 at smartluck.com.  I have the book but not the program.  I wonder how good it is.  I used to be friends with Gail on Facebook until I got shunned by her group for asking for a set a numbers for Oklahoma cash 5.  She posted if anyone asks for numbers then don't communicate with them.  So I just dropped out of her groups she has over there.  It seems that she has a Facebook account just to sell her products to her friends.  While maybe that is shrewd capitalism and fine why boot poor old Cliff here out just for asking for a couple sets of numbers that Advantage Plus generated.  I bought the tickets but they did not win.  So I have nothing to do with her anymore.  She seems like a nice person but I won't buy any of her products anymore.

        Home, home where I wanted to be.

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          Posted: March 22, 2013, 6:18 pm - IP Logged

          The best tip in the book, to my opinion, is to make a kind of stem and leaves plot / table. Nothing is wrong with that!

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            Posted: March 23, 2013, 11:05 am - IP Logged

            "The deceiving thing is that the book is paid publicity for the program advantage plus."  By SergeM.

            This is true.  Gail wants you to buy her software.  It's $80 at smartluck.com.  I have the book but not the program.  I wonder how good it is.  I used to be friends with Gail on Facebook until I got shunned by her group for asking for a set a numbers for Oklahoma cash 5.  She posted if anyone asks for numbers then don't communicate with them.  So I just dropped out of her groups she has over there.  It seems that she has a Facebook account just to sell her products to her friends.  While maybe that is shrewd capitalism and fine why boot poor old Cliff here out just for asking for a couple sets of numbers that Advantage Plus generated.  I bought the tickets but they did not win.  So I have nothing to do with her anymore.  She seems like a nice person but I won't buy any of her products anymore.

            Are all her programs still MS-DOS based?  If they are then they won't run on any system later than Windows XP without a DOS emulator program.

             * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
               
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              Posted: March 27, 2013, 9:15 pm - IP Logged

              Are all her programs still MS-DOS based?  If they are then they won't run on any system later than Windows XP without a DOS emulator program.

              From what I understand all her A+ programs are dos based.

              However her new wheel gold program is windows based, and does interface with the dos program, as far as backtesting wheels are concerned.

              I really have to look into that emulator program for my new computer. (and a new fan wouldn't hurt)

              A + is a good program, but to really get a good grasp of whats happenning as far a patterns are considered, the ideal computer would be similar to the one tom cruise used in minority report, or like hugh jackman used in swordfish.

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                Posted: March 29, 2013, 2:29 pm - IP Logged

                History chart B?

                Between A and C!

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                  Posted: March 29, 2013, 2:33 pm - IP Logged

                  Are all her programs still MS-DOS based?  If they are then they won't run on any system later than Windows XP without a DOS emulator program.

                  I am not interested in knowing that.

                  I wonder why they still go on with Dos.

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                    Posted: March 29, 2013, 3:27 pm - IP Logged

                    From what I understand all her A+ programs are dos based.

                    However her new wheel gold program is windows based, and does interface with the dos program, as far as backtesting wheels are concerned.

                    I really have to look into that emulator program for my new computer. (and a new fan wouldn't hurt)

                    A + is a good program, but to really get a good grasp of whats happenning as far a patterns are considered, the ideal computer would be similar to the one tom cruise used in minority report, or like hugh jackman used in swordfish.

                    "I really have to look into that emulator program for my new computer. (and a new fan wouldn't hurt)"

                    The newer computers are suppose to run cooler so it might not need a fan.

                     * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
                       
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                      Posted: March 29, 2013, 9:41 pm - IP Logged

                      You could put your laptop in the freezer once in a while. Green laugh

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                        Are all her programs still MS-DOS based?  If they are then they won't run on any system later than Windows XP without a DOS emulator program.

                        I bought GH's A+ last year, and I was shocked to see that it opened a DOS window and it runs under DOS.  You'e right too, in that it wont run in a Windows 7 environment without some kind of patch.  I know someone who had both Windows 7 and A+ installed, and waited quite a while before GH finally put out a patch that allowed it to run on a Window's 7 machine.  As for me, I've got an XP machine, so it's not an issue. 

                        To me, the big thing with regard to using Advantage Plus is to be able to tie all of it's nooks and crannies together.  Even then though, I dont know how effective doing that may or may not be. I say that because I havent been able "tie all it's nooks and crannies together" myself. 

                        I'll elaborate more in an another post in this forum.  I want to think about what I want to write for a while.

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

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                          I bought GH's A+ last year, and I was shocked to see that it opened a DOS window and it runs under DOS.  You'e right too, in that it wont run in a Windows 7 environment without some kind of patch.  I know someone who had both Windows 7 and A+ installed, and waited quite a while before GH finally put out a patch that allowed it to run on a Window's 7 machine.  As for me, I've got an XP machine, so it's not an issue. 

                          To me, the big thing with regard to using Advantage Plus is to be able to tie all of it's nooks and crannies together.  Even then though, I dont know how effective doing that may or may not be. I say that because I havent been able "tie all it's nooks and crannies together" myself. 

                          I'll elaborate more in an another post in this forum.  I want to think about what I want to write for a while.

                          There's alot of information in Advantage Plus.  Some of the menu options I understand, others I have no idea of what they're trying to tell me. Still there are others that while I know what they are/do, I dont care about them. For instance, I'm not interested in using the odds calculator.

                          For starters, there's The Draws Since Hits Chart, Companion Number Chart, Companion Pairs, Neighboring Pairs, Adjacent Numbers, Sum Tracking, High/Low Tracking, and Odd/Even tracking, all of which I understand. But dont ask me what the Multi-Hit Pattern or Skip & Hit charts are trying to say. 

                          I would think that the best way to use the software would be to reference each option to get a complete picture of what the current status of any given number is with regard to whether or not an A+ user thinks it's a good number to play.  That's what I meant in the post above when I said "tie all of it's nooks and crannies together".  I've heard many A+ users talk about doing a "work-up" to get the numbers they think are the best to play. Some even say a work-up takes a few hours to complete. I usually dont put that kind of effort into picking numbers. 

                          There's other charts available in A+ too, but it'd be crazy for me to try to list them all here and attempt to tell you what each does or doesnt do.  And quite frankly, the post I'd have to write to do that would be so long and involved, I dont think anyone would even read it.

                          Gail Howard was at one time, a Stock Broker.  Her interest in tracking numbers for lottery games stems from that.  I'm sure she's well versed in "Technical Analysis" as the term relates to Wall Street.  She may have even been a "Technician" herself.  In Wall St speak, Technicians are brokers that rely on charts and graphs of a stocks history to try to predict it's future. 

                          If I had to grade myself regarding what kind of A+ user I am, I'd have to say I dont/cant put the pedal to the metal with it. 

                          If anybody's out there with suggestions as to how to use A+ smartly, I'm all ears.

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

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                            There's alot of information in Advantage Plus.  Some of the menu options I understand, others I have no idea of what they're trying to tell me. Still there are others that while I know what they are/do, I dont care about them. For instance, I'm not interested in using the odds calculator.

                            For starters, there's The Draws Since Hits Chart, Companion Number Chart, Companion Pairs, Neighboring Pairs, Adjacent Numbers, Sum Tracking, High/Low Tracking, and Odd/Even tracking, all of which I understand. But dont ask me what the Multi-Hit Pattern or Skip & Hit charts are trying to say. 

                            I would think that the best way to use the software would be to reference each option to get a complete picture of what the current status of any given number is with regard to whether or not an A+ user thinks it's a good number to play.  That's what I meant in the post above when I said "tie all of it's nooks and crannies together".  I've heard many A+ users talk about doing a "work-up" to get the numbers they think are the best to play. Some even say a work-up takes a few hours to complete. I usually dont put that kind of effort into picking numbers. 

                            There's other charts available in A+ too, but it'd be crazy for me to try to list them all here and attempt to tell you what each does or doesnt do.  And quite frankly, the post I'd have to write to do that would be so long and involved, I dont think anyone would even read it.

                            Gail Howard was at one time, a Stock Broker.  Her interest in tracking numbers for lottery games stems from that.  I'm sure she's well versed in "Technical Analysis" as the term relates to Wall Street.  She may have even been a "Technician" herself.  In Wall St speak, Technicians are brokers that rely on charts and graphs of a stocks history to try to predict it's future. 

                            If I had to grade myself regarding what kind of A+ user I am, I'd have to say I dont/cant put the pedal to the metal with it. 

                            If anybody's out there with suggestions as to how to use A+ smartly, I'm all ears.

                            That's simple, the program is unfinished and there could be a private version of it with all features.

                            I had the program on my XP which passed away a couple of weeks ago. RIP! I didn't use the program for many serious reasons.

                            It isn't, use A+ smartly, it is go program yourself and keep your secrets, or do you want to share a jackpot with 5 other people?

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                              By the way, computer analysis like by A+ is far from everything!