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Should a winning system be posted on the LP?

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Should a winning system be posted on the LP?

Don't post a winning system? [ 41 ]  [34.75%]
Post your winning system? [ 77 ]  [65.25%]
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Posted: May 9, 2013, 12:44 am - IP Logged

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      I gave a link to the most recent thread started by JKING and asked  "Does that look like something that would cause a California Lottery official to PM somebody about a system?"

      "That's hard to say, but since he seems to know a lot about what's going on inside JKING's head, I'm surprised he would ask."

      I know you're not the sharpest knife in drawer, but even you should be able to figure it all out especially after two other members and JIKING explained it. You asked me  why "JKING wanted us to BELIEVE that a "lottery official" intimated something regarding "Winning Systems.", but even you should know I can't say for a fact a lottery official contacted them and if they did what it was about. At best I can only evaluate the same information everyone read and it's obvious you're not capable of comprehending it.

      "I originally thought he picked up his gambling jargon from experience as a casino "worker."

      You also thought a lottery official contacted JKING about a winning system BEFORE JKING even mentioned a winning system. Did someone give you a sugar cube a few years ago?

      "Stack47",

      Your practise of neatly highlighting someones words, followed by a false, foolish, distorting or unrelated remark purporting to rebut it, is a very shabby way to debate an issue.  A good case in point is directly above.

      JKING initiated a Thread with "Winning System" in the title with a lead line announcing his message from a "Lottery Official." This would lead many to [mistakenly?] conclude that systems were the official's interest. (See P.S. below.)

      To say that I thought a "Lottery Official" contacted JKING about a "Winning System" is a deliberate attempt to distort. Some might call it a lie.  The thought that a lottery official would be concerned about an Oxymoronic Winning Lottery System is hilarious to me, and you know that.  What I knew, or know, or thought about JKING's alleged message is relevant.  The thrust of my original post here was that it was misleading.(See P.S. below.)

      And when people notice that your final paragraph is no more than another sleight of hand tactic to avoid what I've been pushing you for, a statement of your credentials, a few more may start wondering what they are too.  Do you deny ties to a circus?

      And while people are thinking about that, they should also ask themselves, "Why does 'Stack47' feel so compelled to go to such time consuming extremes to defend the posts of JKING?"  Is it the issue itself that is so important to him, or is it something else?

      --Jimmy4164

      P.S.  https://www.lotterypost.com/thread/260532/3049424

      "C'mon, seriously? Do you really believe this story? As If lottery officials have the power to tell someone not to show a system."

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        "C'mon, seriously? Do you really believe this story? As If lottery officials have the power to tell someone not to show a system."

         

        If I got a message like that from a lottery company, I would definetly do the opposite and post the system all over the internet.

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          "Stack47",

          Your practise of neatly highlighting someones words, followed by a false, foolish, distorting or unrelated remark purporting to rebut it, is a very shabby way to debate an issue.  A good case in point is directly above.

          JKING initiated a Thread with "Winning System" in the title with a lead line announcing his message from a "Lottery Official." This would lead many to [mistakenly?] conclude that systems were the official's interest. (See P.S. below.)

          To say that I thought a "Lottery Official" contacted JKING about a "Winning System" is a deliberate attempt to distort. Some might call it a lie.  The thought that a lottery official would be concerned about an Oxymoronic Winning Lottery System is hilarious to me, and you know that.  What I knew, or know, or thought about JKING's alleged message is relevant.  The thrust of my original post here was that it was misleading.(See P.S. below.)

          And when people notice that your final paragraph is no more than another sleight of hand tactic to avoid what I've been pushing you for, a statement of your credentials, a few more may start wondering what they are too.  Do you deny ties to a circus?

          And while people are thinking about that, they should also ask themselves, "Why does 'Stack47' feel so compelled to go to such time consuming extremes to defend the posts of JKING?"  Is it the issue itself that is so important to him, or is it something else?

          --Jimmy4164

          P.S.  https://www.lotterypost.com/thread/260532/3049424

          "C'mon, seriously? Do you really believe this story? As If lottery officials have the power to tell someone not to show a system."

          "is a very shabby way to debate an issue."

          Is there really a point in debating why there is just a "yes" or "no" option?

          "This would lead many to [mistakenly?] conclude that systems were the official's interest."

          I never reached that conclusion and maybe because I'm not paranoid.

          "To say that I thought a "Lottery Official" contacted JKING about a "Winning System" is a deliberate attempt to distort."

          It's really a simple question, "knowing that some lottery officials are monitoring this site, would you post a winning system".

          "And when people notice that your final paragraph is no more than another sleight of hand tactic to avoid what I've been pushing you for, a statement of your credentials, a few more may start wondering what they are too."

          I have no way of knowing if people read my stuff and if they do, they are reading my opinions on lottery related stuff. I didn't know credentials were necessary to hand a clerk playslips.

          "Is it the issue itself that is so important to him, or is it something else?"

          It's about as important as asking how many tickets members will purchase for the next jackpot, how they will spend their winnings, or any other of the same topics we usually see when jackpots are over $150 million.

          You're making a mountain out of a molehill.

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            If by a winning system you mean winning more than you spend over the long haul then no LP member has ever done that, even the system players.

            If by a winning system you mean predicting the next jackpot winning combination then no LP members has ever done that either with any consistency.

            LP is simple a place where lottery players come to share information and ideas, what is posted here is a result of what's happening with lotteries rather than a cause of what's happening with lotteries.

             * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
               
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              "Stack47",

              Your practise of neatly highlighting someones words, followed by a false, foolish, distorting or unrelated remark purporting to rebut it, is a very shabby way to debate an issue.  A good case in point is directly above.

              JKING initiated a Thread with "Winning System" in the title with a lead line announcing his message from a "Lottery Official." This would lead many to [mistakenly?] conclude that systems were the official's interest. (See P.S. below.)

              To say that I thought a "Lottery Official" contacted JKING about a "Winning System" is a deliberate attempt to distort. Some might call it a lie.  The thought that a lottery official would be concerned about an Oxymoronic Winning Lottery System is hilarious to me, and you know that.  What I knew, or know, or thought about JKING's alleged message is relevant.  The thrust of my original post here was that it was misleading.(See P.S. below.)

              And when people notice that your final paragraph is no more than another sleight of hand tactic to avoid what I've been pushing you for, a statement of your credentials, a few more may start wondering what they are too.  Do you deny ties to a circus?

              And while people are thinking about that, they should also ask themselves, "Why does 'Stack47' feel so compelled to go to such time consuming extremes to defend the posts of JKING?"  Is it the issue itself that is so important to him, or is it something else?

              --Jimmy4164

              P.S.  https://www.lotterypost.com/thread/260532/3049424

              "C'mon, seriously? Do you really believe this story? As If lottery officials have the power to tell someone not to show a system."

              Stack47,

              Above, I said, "This would lead many to [mistakenly?] conclude that systems were the official's interest."

              Your response was, "I never reached that conclusion and maybe because I'm not paranoid."

              You must have been in quite a hurry posting this because you missed BOTH of my boldfaced requests to refer to the P.S. at the end.  Since by inference you are calling OnlyMoney and MillionsWanted paranoid, after checking out this P.S. you might agree you owe them an apology.  You see, they were both mislead by JKING's opening post, which was my original critique.  I don't think they're paranoid.

              --Jimmy4164

              P.S.  I wasn't going to respond any more here, but you make it so easy, I couldn't resist.

              P.S.S.  BTW, you really should read up on the meaning of paranoid.

              P.S.S.S.  Good post RJOh.

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                Stack47,

                Above, I said, "This would lead many to [mistakenly?] conclude that systems were the official's interest."

                Your response was, "I never reached that conclusion and maybe because I'm not paranoid."

                You must have been in quite a hurry posting this because you missed BOTH of my boldfaced requests to refer to the P.S. at the end.  Since by inference you are calling OnlyMoney and MillionsWanted paranoid, after checking out this P.S. you might agree you owe them an apology.  You see, they were both mislead by JKING's opening post, which was my original critique.  I don't think they're paranoid.

                --Jimmy4164

                P.S.  I wasn't going to respond any more here, but you make it so easy, I couldn't resist.

                P.S.S.  BTW, you really should read up on the meaning of paranoid.

                P.S.S.S.  Good post RJOh.

                My post was only meant to be hypotetical. I hope people read it like that.

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                  Imagination, biases, agendas and comments gone wild!!!

                  What ever happened to that gone wild guy anyway? *L*

                  Even if you don’t believe I was contacted by a lottery official, the question still remains…

                  Are the lotteries watching what is posted on the LP and can it jeopardize the long term success of a lottery system posted here? If so, should people take the precaution of not posting their lottery system to protect it? Maybe that is why no LP member has posted a winning system here.

                  You are a slave to the choices you have made.  jk

                  Even a blind squirrel will occasioanlly find an acorn.


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                    Stack47,

                    Above, I said, "This would lead many to [mistakenly?] conclude that systems were the official's interest."

                    Your response was, "I never reached that conclusion and maybe because I'm not paranoid."

                    You must have been in quite a hurry posting this because you missed BOTH of my boldfaced requests to refer to the P.S. at the end.  Since by inference you are calling OnlyMoney and MillionsWanted paranoid, after checking out this P.S. you might agree you owe them an apology.  You see, they were both mislead by JKING's opening post, which was my original critique.  I don't think they're paranoid.

                    --Jimmy4164

                    P.S.  I wasn't going to respond any more here, but you make it so easy, I couldn't resist.

                    P.S.S.  BTW, you really should read up on the meaning of paranoid.

                    P.S.S.S.  Good post RJOh.

                    P.S.  I wasn't going to respond any more here

                    What are the odds that LP can purge the scourge of the 3 stooges?


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                        Imagination, biases, agendas and comments gone wild!!!

                        What ever happened to that gone wild guy anyway? *L*

                        Even if you don’t believe I was contacted by a lottery official, the question still remains…

                        Are the lotteries watching what is posted on the LP and can it jeopardize the long term success of a lottery system posted here? If so, should people take the precaution of not posting their lottery system to protect it? Maybe that is why no LP member has posted a winning system here.

                        Thanks for the clarification.

                        "Maybe that is why no LP member has posted a winning system here."

                        Are you sure this is the Most Important reason? Smile

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                          Imagination, biases, agendas and comments gone wild!!!

                          What ever happened to that gone wild guy anyway? *L*

                          Even if you don’t believe I was contacted by a lottery official, the question still remains…

                          Are the lotteries watching what is posted on the LP and can it jeopardize the long term success of a lottery system posted here? If so, should people take the precaution of not posting their lottery system to protect it? Maybe that is why no LP member has posted a winning system here.

                          As I mentioned in an earlier post what is posted at LP is the results of what's happening in lotteries rather than what's happening in lotteries being the results of what's being posted LP so anyone who has a desire to share their winning secrets or programs can without fear of changing how lotteries work.

                          Members have posted what they thought were winning strategies and programs, it's just that none have won a jackpot yet.  If one of them ever do I would expect the winner to show up wearing a LP cap or shirt so the rest of us would know it finally happened.

                           * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
                             
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                            Posted: May 10, 2013, 1:47 pm - IP Logged

                            Stack47,

                            Above, I said, "This would lead many to [mistakenly?] conclude that systems were the official's interest."

                            Your response was, "I never reached that conclusion and maybe because I'm not paranoid."

                            You must have been in quite a hurry posting this because you missed BOTH of my boldfaced requests to refer to the P.S. at the end.  Since by inference you are calling OnlyMoney and MillionsWanted paranoid, after checking out this P.S. you might agree you owe them an apology.  You see, they were both mislead by JKING's opening post, which was my original critique.  I don't think they're paranoid.

                            --Jimmy4164

                            P.S.  I wasn't going to respond any more here, but you make it so easy, I couldn't resist.

                            P.S.S.  BTW, you really should read up on the meaning of paranoid.

                            P.S.S.S.  Good post RJOh.

                            "Above, I said, "This would lead many to [mistakenly?] conclude that systems were the official's interest. "Your response was, "I never reached that conclusion and maybe because I'm not paranoid."

                            And I gave my reason why a California Lottery official would not be inquiring about a "winning system". Why did I conclude it was a California Lottery official, you ask; simply because the thread JKING mentioned was about the California lottery. That Lottery pays prizes pari-mutually so a winning system has no effect on their bottom line.

                            Your opinion of what could be concluded, "mistakenly" or not, is your paranoia (characterized by being overly suspicious).

                            "I wasn't going to respond any more here, but you make it so easy, I couldn't resist."

                            It's established you're a drama queen and obvious you couldn't resist entertaining us even more. What is the relevance of telling us "I wasn't going to respond any more"?

                            In your mind because of your Delusions of Grandeur, do you believe the membership is waiting for your next response like a child on Christmas Eve waiting for Santa?


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                              "Stack47",

                              You asked, "In your mind because of your Delusions of Grandeur, do you believe the membership is waiting for your next response like a child on Christmas Eve waiting for Santa?"

                              Based on the frequency and promptness of his replies to my posts, it would appear that is clearly the case for a member named "Stack47."

                              --Jimmy4164

                                 
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