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Posted: May 27, 2013, 8:30 pm - IP Logged

if i could constantly get 4 numbers in cash five i could get out of debt quicly

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    Nothing - unfortunately it involves buying 5% of all possible combinations :)

     

    but congrats on your win, wow 5/6 is really nice.

    If that system that could predict the winning combination 100% of the time worked similarly, it would be worthless.  Most lottery jackpots along with their lower tier prizes don't pay what it cost to play every possible combination.

    My system don't win very often but I only play 10-20 lines.  The 5of6 win was worth $1500 and I've only spent about $1000 on lottery tickets so far this year.

     * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
       
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      quantum physicists would disagree.

      By the statement you made, clearly shows you know little about the subject. Quantum physics dictates uncertainty.

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        The code has already been broken in the 1930's and 40's. If codes that are 10 times harder than your average JP game, or higher, and have been beaten 70 to 80 years ago, imagine what they know now.

        You want proof?, just watch the video. A Polish guy broke a code that was supposedly unpenetratable.

        The ones who know about it are keeping quiet. I'm sure their life is in stake.

        Onlymoney, I saw this awhile back, very interesting.  The only thing is they arent sharing like thats a surprise.  By the way, how do you embed videos?

             


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          Onlymoney, I saw this awhile back, very interesting.  The only thing is they arent sharing like thats a surprise.  By the way, how do you embed videos?

          You Copy the URL of the Youtube video. Then click on the Icon in the LP rich editor which is located in the menu of icons resembling a "strip of film" Icon. Just left of what looks like a pair of binoculors. Paste the URL in the apropriate box and affix a name to complete, hit enter and voila!

          If what I wrote made no sense, PM me and I will explain in more detail. lol

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            Honestly if I had a system to correctly predict the lottery 100% of the time, I'd first win a few large jackpots, then I'd make the knowledge public.

             

            I mean I wouldn't want all the attention if I won the lottery by "luck", because that's bad attention. Jealousy. If I was to develop a lottery system that works

            100% of the time, then it would attract a different kind of attention. I'd go down in history like einstein, newton etc. Be known forever.

             

            And if in the far future they invent a machine that can bring people back to life, I'll be on the top of the priority list Big Smile

            If I had a system to correctly predict the lottery 100% of the time, I would win enough for me and a select few relatives to be secure for life, tell NOBODY about it, then disappear from playing the lottery.

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              If I had a system to correctly predict the lottery 100% of the time, I would win enough for me and a select few relatives to be secure for life, tell NOBODY about it, then disappear from playing the lottery.

              I Hope you find it soon Smiley

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                if i could constantly get 4 numbers in cash five i could get out of debt quicly

                Not if you had to spend more to match 4 than it paid, you would just add to your debt.

                 * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
                   
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                  The lottery is not a code to be cracked because the numbers do not stand for anything, not a letter, phrase or quanity to be revealed.  Only by good fortune do they use images of numbers on the balls that allow us to seperate them into populations with gross expectations of being drawn from those groups in relation to the percentage of those populations which can be somewhat useful when filtering.

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                    The lottery is not a code to be cracked because the numbers do not stand for anything, not a letter, phrase or quanity to be revealed.  Only by good fortune do they use images of numbers on the balls that allow us to seperate them into populations with gross expectations of being drawn from those groups in relation to the percentage of those populations which can be somewhat useful when filtering.

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                    I will go with BobP, there's no code. In my opinion, the lottery is not random. With a machine blowing air, can't be random. I watch the bingo balls every sunday and they come out in groups of the same letter, when the game first begins. 5 B's in a row, 3 I's in a row and then a single letter. I asked the caller, when was the last time, the balls were changed? He said, first of the year!! If the balls are half worn out, can they still be random??  Beats the hell out of me, I don't know and neither does anyone else.


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                      The lottery is not a code to be cracked because the numbers do not stand for anything, not a letter, phrase or quanity to be revealed.  Only by good fortune do they use images of numbers on the balls that allow us to seperate them into populations with gross expectations of being drawn from those groups in relation to the percentage of those populations which can be somewhat useful when filtering.

                      BobP

                      Says you. There was a guy years ago who cracked a code with a painting. He won like 2 or 3 JPs to prove it, yet he never revealed it because the lottery officials convinced him not to. He's passed since.

                      It's my opinion that it doesn't matter whether the numbers stand for anything or not.  In Actually they do. They stand for the physical ball at a particular game. Each game in a different state has balls that have a number stamped on them, so if the ball can talk, it would say something like this, I just got painted the number 14. But I know of a ball in Chicago that was made in a different factory than I, but also has the same number 14 painted on it.

                      That ball, whether painted or not will land as a winner from time to time. And you're correct when you sya it's a good thing that they assign numbers to the balls giving them life and meaning in a way. Now they have purpose. Green laugh

                      Once you give an inanimate object meaning, you've created the building blocks of intelligence. Once those once meaningless objects were given the opportunity to serve a purpose, they start interacting. Remember, One of Quantum Physics' requirements is that you have to be animate to participate.

                      Think about it this way. If you can put enough inanimate objects together, you can build a robot who can take over your house and some spaceships. HAL?   Green laugh

                       

                      Peter St. Pierre from NH would also disagree with you. He's making 70 grand a year playing the p-4 and p-3 for the last five years. According to Jimmy he's selling a book, and according to Boney, he just has a lot of money to throw away by driving to gas stations as a thrill losing money, but it's a thrill to him cause he's got so much money. Instead of Vegas, Peter is getting his rocks on by handing betting slips to gas station clerks. lol   That's what I'd do if I was so rich. Instead of blowing my money awawy gambling at Reno or Nevada, I'd get my kicks by driving to my local 7-11 and buying losing tickets. Even though I'm making 70 grand a year, my expenditures must be thrice at least. I'm a rich idiot who lives in NH and has nothing better to do with his life than to spice his life up by sending gofers to convenient stores to buy his over the long haul losing tickets, AND THEN ACCORDING TO JIMMY, WRITE A BOOK ABOUT IT 5 YEARS LATER.

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                        Says you. There was a guy years ago who cracked a code with a painting. He won like 2 or 3 JPs to prove it, yet he never revealed it because the lottery officials convinced him not to. He's passed since.

                        It's my opinion that it doesn't matter whether the numbers stand for anything or not.  In Actually they do. They stand for the physical ball at a particular game. Each game in a different state has balls that have a number stamped on them, so if the ball can talk, it would say something like this, I just got painted the number 14. But I know of a ball in Chicago that was made in a different factory than I, but also has the same number 14 painted on it.

                        That ball, whether painted or not will land as a winner from time to time. And you're correct when you sya it's a good thing that they assign numbers to the balls giving them life and meaning in a way. Now they have purpose. Green laugh

                        Once you give an inanimate object meaning, you've created the building blocks of intelligence. Once those once meaningless objects were given the opportunity to serve a purpose, they start interacting. Remember, One of Quantum Physics' requirements is that you have to be animate to participate.

                        Think about it this way. If you can put enough inanimate objects together, you can build a robot who can take over your house and some spaceships. HAL?   Green laugh

                         

                        Peter St. Pierre from NH would also disagree with you. He's making 70 grand a year playing the p-4 and p-3 for the last five years. According to Jimmy he's selling a book, and according to Boney, he just has a lot of money to throw away by driving to gas stations as a thrill losing money, but it's a thrill to him cause he's got so much money. Instead of Vegas, Peter is getting his rocks on by handing betting slips to gas station clerks. lol   That's what I'd do if I was so rich. Instead of blowing my money awawy gambling at Reno or Nevada, I'd get my kicks by driving to my local 7-11 and buying losing tickets. Even though I'm making 70 grand a year, my expenditures must be thrice at least. I'm a rich idiot who lives in NH and has nothing better to do with his life than to spice his life up by sending gofers to convenient stores to buy his over the long haul losing tickets, AND THEN ACCORDING TO JIMMY, WRITE A BOOK ABOUT IT 5 YEARS LATER.

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                        "Getting his rocks off"  I like that, thats what I do get my rocks off in the game of BlackJack.lol.

                             


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                          "Getting his rocks off"  I like that, thats what I do get my rocks off in the game of BlackJack.lol.

                          You mean you don't get your rocks off by standing in line, handing the clerk your betslips at a Circle K gas station? I heard it was the "BOMB" ..lol

                          I've had such many a blast waiting on line you wouldn't believe it. Once there was this woman who undressed, and then this guy climbed onto the counter and sang an archipelago song. The surprises never end!

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                          I agree with you Chrissy16, Vegas is where I'd blow my millions If I were an avid gambler and really rich, not at a gas station. Skeptical

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                            if i could constantly get 4 numbers in cash five i could get out of debt quicly

                            armin5683,

                            Constantly getting 4 numbers in cash five might send you over the edge because of missing the fifth number so often.

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                            Those who run the lotteries love it when players look for consistency in something that's designed not to have any.

                            Lep

                            There is one and only one 'proven' system, and that is to book the action. No matter the game, let the players pick their own losers.

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                              If that system that could predict the winning combination 100% of the time worked similarly, it would be worthless.  Most lottery jackpots along with their lower tier prizes don't pay what it cost to play every possible combination.

                              My system don't win very often but I only play 10-20 lines.  The 5of6 win was worth $1500 and I've only spent about $1000 on lottery tickets so far this year.

                              You've ONLY spent $1000 on lottery tickets this year so far? Thud

                              ...the secret to Luck is never to trust it...

                              2012 wins:$20 loss:$200  2013 wins:$100 loss:$270  2014 wins:$360 loss:$273 

                              2015 wins:$0 loss:$53  2016 Jan $0/$15.00 Feb $0/$2.50 Mar $0/$4.00 April $0/$0 May $0/$0

                              June $0/$0 July $0/$0 Aug $0/$0 Sep $0/$0 Oct $0/$0

                                 
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