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Posted: May 29, 2013, 3:58 am - IP Logged

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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LOL

It definately wears you out. 

I find myself wanting to go back to the LMG for guidance instead of picking numbers when I feel like that.

I dont even have the energy or desire to play PB and MM.Thud

Quick pick anyone?Thud

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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."

    He passed some time ago.  The son was and maybe still is selling copies of his old man's lotto painting.  No idea if it really helped him with his wins, after all advertising copy for lottery systems isn't always 100% trustworthy.

    I did download a copy of the painting from the website, resolution was too poor to make anything out.  Didn't look promising.  After all the son admits he couldn't figure it out.

    Think that was in Au. smaller games easier to win.  The Florida 5/26 game could be won simply by playing all the past winning combinations that had already been drawn, couple of dozen five number repeats while the game was live.

    Maybe I'm using the wrong brand of tea leaves, no winning numbers in the bottom of this cup.

    BobP

    So this guy runs up to the lottery agent and says:
    "Have any crazy illegal aliens won the lottery lately?"
    Agent: "No, why do you ask?"
    Man: "Well, somebody ran off with my wife!"


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      Can you describe this painting?

      You aren't talking about KD and the Kirlian photographs per chance?


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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."

        He passed some time ago.  The son was and maybe still is selling copies of his old man's lotto painting.  No idea if it really helped him with his wins, after all advertising copy for lottery systems isn't always 100% trustworthy.

        I did download a copy of the painting from the website, resolution was too poor to make anything out.  Didn't look promising.  After all the son admits he couldn't figure it out.

        Think that was in Au. smaller games easier to win.  The Florida 5/26 game could be won simply by playing all the past winning combinations that had already been drawn, couple of dozen five number repeats while the game was live.

        Maybe I'm using the wrong brand of tea leaves, no winning numbers in the bottom of this cup.

        BobP

        So this guy runs up to the lottery agent and says:
        "Have any crazy illegal aliens won the lottery lately?"
        Agent: "No, why do you ask?"
        Man: "Well, somebody ran off with my wife!"

        Can you describe this painting?

        You aren't talking about KD and the Kirlian photographs per chance?

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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.

          A four rotor Enigma machine had 456,976 codes which is less than a 5/39 game. Once they knew the ciphers it wasn't that difficult. It became more difficult when more rotors were added. A five rotor Enigma had 11,881,376 codes.

          If you know the ciphers for the MM code, you'll have to go through 21,085,384,320 codes. Not impossible just very difficult.

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            actually, I have a system that can make you win the lottery jackpot 5% of the time :)

            PM me please and share your 5% please.  That is 5 more than I had  (-:

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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

              This is one of the most intelligent and informed replies to the topic. There is absolutely no code available to be cracked. The only thing needed is a consistent, immense amount of money to play enough strategic and custom combinations until you hit at least (5) of (5). Hopefully, the match will be made in time enough to see a profit...which means hitting before $1M is spent, lol!

              If they can hit (5) numbers and only have say $500K tied up in it, that's a cool 1/2 million in profit before taxes are taken. This is simply a game of tons of combinations and the funds to play those combinations if intentionally trying to win at some point, and, cost is no object.

              Otherwise, unless a player is extrememely lucky in a JP game, it's just hope, hobby, and entertainment...which is fine in it's own purpose.

               

              L.L.

              Small games, frequent wins, and regular payouts 'cause.....

              There are seven days in the week...'Someday' isn't one of them.

              #lotto-4-a-living

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                Can you describe this painting?

                You aren't talking about KD and the Kirlian photographs per chance?

                Here you go:

                 http://www.lottomillions.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=3&Itemid=4

                Legend says that The Craggy One was once asked about the Lottery Circle and the aged Lottery LoreKeeper whispered in his gravelly eloquence,"It is known among our kind that 2 successive draws are in reality the 2 center-points of 2 intersecting circles that share a common radius - a Root Center. This Vesica Piscis is the creative womb for all numbers, the Still Point from which two draws will unite & a new one is born. This "perfect" space is a wormhole through Time(Change). Master its proportions & your numerical predictions will not falter". 

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                  PM me please and share your 5% please.  That is 5 more than I had  (-:

                  That system was already shared in another thread, it's simply playing 5% of all the possible combinations 100% of the time.  For a 6/49 game that has almost 14M possible combinations, you would have to play 700K combinations every drawing.

                  Chances are you'll end up with a lot less than you had with that system.

                   * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
                     
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                    A four rotor Enigma machine had 456,976 codes which is less than a 5/39 game. Once they knew the ciphers it wasn't that difficult. It became more difficult when more rotors were added. A five rotor Enigma had 11,881,376 codes.

                    If you know the ciphers for the MM code, you'll have to go through 21,085,384,320 codes. Not impossible just very difficult.

                    Correct me if I'm wrong, but I'm pretty certain a portion of the video footage I posted noted that for a modern day high-end computer, it would take roughly 2 and a half years to figure it out. So it couldn't be that easy. The human brain is better than a machine in only certain situations. But when it comes to computing numbers, the computer wins everytime.

                    Then the fact that a Polish mathematician figures it out is amazing, just like the lottery code painting guy. Who knew a truck driver with ill health could beat the lottery while sitting in his basement for years on end just to figure it all out?

                    I wish Jimmy and Boney would chime in on this. They discounted Peter St. Pierre from NH who is making about 70 grand a year for the last Five years in the p-3 and mostly the p-4. I love Jimmy, but his theories concerning Peter was digging deep, Green laughAnd i have a feeling they may discount this guy too. Yet he has proof of his winning tickets from the lottery office public records just like Peter does. I'm sure the wheels are grinding as we speak.lol

                     

                    I should make my signature read, "Never say never".


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                      So the guy had the secret to winning the lotto, and died broke? Most people do BETTER without the secret.


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                        That system was already shared in another thread, it's simply playing 5% of all the possible combinations 100% of the time.  For a 6/49 game that has almost 14M possible combinations, you would have to play 700K combinations every drawing.

                        Chances are you'll end up with a lot less than you had with that system.

                        I would normally write that it's amazing to me how many people don't know the math behind it, or do, but ignore it cause it just gets in the way. Green laugh

                        Fortunately for me, now when I start writing it, I remind myself to stop. After all these years I'm not surprised anymore. It's the norm. The more I talk about the odds to people, It's more and more convincing to me that the ignorance is the ruling factor. High hopes and unrealistic expectations, ONCE YOU REALIZE THE INSURMOUNTABLE ODDS YOU NEED TO CONQUER. Obviously it can be done. I've already shown you two, Peter and Bob Brown. How many more bobs and petes are out there that isn't made public? Eek

                        But the only way to overcome thos huge odds is with a working system. Just because the leading mathematicians haven't figured it doesn't neccessarily set a standard. The odd recluse still exists. And like I wrote before, "They ain't telling". Green laugh


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                          So the guy had the secret to winning the lotto, and died broke? Most people do BETTER without the secret.

                          According to his son he had many heart attacks. He probably thought his demise was at hand and spent the money he earned while pulling his hair out in the basement trying to find a way out. The video said that he couldn't work anymore so he had to find a way to create income.


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                            I would normally write that it's amazing to me how many people don't know the math behind it, or do, but ignore it cause it just gets in the way. Green laugh

                            Fortunately for me, now when I start writing it, I remind myself to stop. After all these years I'm not surprised anymore. It's the norm. The more I talk about the odds to people, It's more and more convincing to me that the ignorance is the ruling factor. High hopes and unrealistic expectations, ONCE YOU REALIZE THE INSURMOUNTABLE ODDS YOU NEED TO CONQUER. Obviously it can be done. I've already shown you two, Peter and Bob Brown. How many more bobs and petes are out there that isn't made public? Eek

                            But the only way to overcome thos huge odds is with a working system. Just because the leading mathematicians haven't figured it doesn't neccessarily set a standard. The odd recluse still exists. And like I wrote before, "They ain't telling". Green laugh

                            I just wish they would start charging more for the tickets. MM is giving away the tickets at $1. for a chances to win millions while the states are selling scratchers for $20. that offer a $500,000. prize.


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                              Thanks kola.

                              It likes similar to a painting of a matrix walk if you ask me.  I got that chart posted on every wall in my room.

                              (Wish I had more walls)

                              I suppose its like hidden symbology that you would find in a masonic temple.

                              Perhaps hidden in that painting are the formative skip strings that evolve as cold numbers turn hot.

                                 
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