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Posted: April 6, 2013, 9:32 pm - IP Logged

RJOh's response to my post above was, "If your simulations had showed them how to win, maybe they would have been more interested."

He was absolutely right!

Any system devoid  of   ' Random' concept  is tentative. The concept  should not be discarded , why build a system to PREDICT if one is soo certain? why backtest on historical data?, sure,  you can't  do 'Post-Test', why not?  I am not fixated on algorithms , I have had enough of it , I've posted  different systems(Actually methods) which have had good reviews. I had the break some months ago  while delving into the concept of ' Randomness' (not the definition!) . For the Novice of this game, if you're in for purely  fun and entertaiment ,then build your logic around HIT Ratios, else all that matters is the   PRIZE RATIO!


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    I haven't seen any decline in the number of systems and ideas posted since July 10, 2010 so it appears whatever his message is, nobody is listening.

    I haven't seen any reports of declines in rates of return from any state lotteries either.

    Have you?

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      Posted: April 7, 2013, 3:53 pm - IP Logged

      I haven't seen any reports of declines in rates of return from any state lotteries either.

      Have you?

      That's because you haven't been looking.  It shouldn't ever happen but sometimes it does.  When the rates of return started to decline for Ohio's Super Lotto years ago, it was discontinued.  It's just one of many state games that was discontinued or changed over the years when their profit declined.

      Didn't you read what happened to Massachusetts' WindFall game last year after it was exposed how big spenders were exploiting its features to make a profit?

       * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
         
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        Posted: April 7, 2013, 3:57 pm - IP Logged

        Jammy know everything there is to know. No need for assimilating new information.

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                                                  See Ya!

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              Jammy know everything there is to know. No need for assimilating new information.

                                                           

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                Posted: April 7, 2013, 4:18 pm - IP Logged

                Most recent 35 drawn numbers for MM. Fri. Apr. 5, 2013.

                03 04 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 14 17 19 20 21 22 25 27 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 43 46 47 49 51 53

                Bonus ball 09

                Where were the winning numbers? Number 23 not on the board.

                Friday, April 05, 2013                      08 · 15 · 23 · 36 · 41    053$50 Million
                Tuesday, April 02, 201307 · 10 · 14 · 40 · 47    344$42 Million
                Friday, March 29, 201325 · 31 · 36 · 46 · 53    214$34 Million
                Tuesday, March 26, 201320 · 33 · 46 · 49 · 51    464$26 Million
                Friday, March 22, 201314 · 27 · 34 · 37 · 41    384$20 Million
                Tuesday, March 19, 201303 · 06 · 14 · 21 · 37    353$13 Million
                Friday, March 15, 201304 · 08 · 17 · 22 · 32    082$12 Million
                Tuesday, March 12, 201309 · 12 · 19 · 20 · 30    394$41 Million
                Friday, March 08, 201304 · 11 · 25 · 34 · 35    444$33 Million
                Tuesday, March 05, 201306 · 20 · 39 · 41 · 46    423$26 Million
                Friday, March 01, 201317 · 30 · 38 · 43 · 51    204$19 Million
                Tuesday, February 26, 201306 · 07 · 13 · 15 · 43    074$13 Million
                Friday, February 22, 201309 · 13 · 24 · 38 · 49    303$12 Million
                Tuesday, February 19, 201301 · 15 · 19 · 30 · 56    283$26 Million
                Friday, February 15, 201311 · 35 · 41 · 42 · 44    424$20 Million
                Tuesday, February 12, 201309 · 22 · 32 · 38 · 55    443$13 Million
                Friday, February 08, 201306 · 15 · 20 · 39 · 50    054$12 Million
                Tuesday, February 05, 201302 · 05 · 10 · 26 · 44    464$19 Million
                Friday, February 01, 201301 · 30 · 32 · 40 · 41    173$13 Million
                Tuesday, January 29, 201308 · 12 · 27 · 46 · 47    063$12 Million


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                    Posted: April 7, 2013, 4:47 pm - IP Logged

                    Coffee   Hi Ronnie316, lol, lets use 1---100 prime numbers.( there are 25 positive integer) I use all the time.Cool

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                      Coffee   Hi Ronnie316, lol, lets use 1---100 prime numbers.( there are 25 positive integer) I use all the time.Cool

                      How do you come up with 100 prime numbers in a pool of 56?

                       * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
                         
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                        Ok,so use from 2--------53 postivive integer numbers.


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                          That's because you haven't been looking.  It shouldn't ever happen but sometimes it does.  When the rates of return started to decline for Ohio's Super Lotto years ago, it was discontinued.  It's just one of many state games that was discontinued or changed over the years when their profit declined.

                          Didn't you read what happened to Massachusetts' WindFall game last year after it was exposed how big spenders were exploiting its features to make a profit?

                          RJOh,

                          Are you trying to tell us that states are discontinuing games due to STATE LOSSES brought about by "system" players "beating the odds?"  If you are, I'd like to see some proof. I think you will find their reasons are not at all what you are implying.  A good case in point is the one you brought up, the Massachusetts Cash Winfal game.  Syndicates of gamblers took advantage of a poorly designed game and won by buying massive numbers of tickets when the lower tier prizes were inflated through their flawed parimutuel rules.  These people didn't win a nickel by selecting numbers in any way resembling the VooDoo suggested by people here like Stack47 and Ronnie316.  And Massachusetts MADE MORE MONEY!!!

                          http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/08/02/massachusetts-cash-winfall-lottery_n_1729416.html

                          "Lottery officials found out about the loophole in 2010 or possibly earlier, but didn't do anything about it because the gamblers generated $16 million in revenue for the Massachusetts lottery, according to the report."

                          --Jimmy4164

                          p.s.  Why don't you people give up and retire to the Mystical Forums?

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                            RJOh,

                            Are you trying to tell us that states are discontinuing games due to STATE LOSSES brought about by "system" players "beating the odds?"  If you are, I'd like to see some proof. I think you will find their reasons are not at all what you are implying.  A good case in point is the one you brought up, the Massachusetts Cash Winfal game.  Syndicates of gamblers took advantage of a poorly designed game and won by buying massive numbers of tickets when the lower tier prizes were inflated through their flawed parimutuel rules.  These people didn't win a nickel by selecting numbers in any way resembling the VooDoo suggested by people here like Stack47 and Ronnie316.  And Massachusetts MADE MORE MONEY!!!

                            http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/08/02/massachusetts-cash-winfall-lottery_n_1729416.html

                            "Lottery officials found out about the loophole in 2010 or possibly earlier, but didn't do anything about it because the gamblers generated $16 million in revenue for the Massachusetts lottery, according to the report."

                            --Jimmy4164

                            p.s.  Why don't you people give up and retire to the Mystical Forums?

                            I was responding to your comment "I haven't seen any reports of declines in rates of return from any state lotteries either", it didn't include why there was a decline.  Are you now saying you meant to add "because of system players?"

                             * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
                               
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                              I was responding to your comment "I haven't seen any reports of declines in rates of return from any state lotteries either", it didn't include why there was a decline.  Are you now saying you meant to add "because of system players?"

                              He wants to teach math to the average lottery player who hands a clerk a ten dollar bill and asks for $10 worth of QPs and to the system players that gives a clerk a play slip with $10 worth of self picks.

                                 
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