|Posted: June 21, 2013, 1:29 pm - IP Logged|
I personally believe it is a lot easier to win a jackpot using a system than it is using random selections such as QPs. I used a system (that I created) to simulate playing 980,280 lines per draw on the MM 5/56 game and hit the 5+1 jackpot in exactly 18 draws. The very very intelligent people who say it was "just luck" and say "QPs are just as good" had no way of coming up with 980,280 QP lines per draw to challenge me. In fact, they don't even bother posting on LP any longer. Where are all the really smart people when you need them?
"The very very intelligent people who say it was "just luck" and say "QPs are just as good" had no way of coming up with 980,280 QP lines per draw to challenge me."
It was 98,280 lines and you could have won the jackpot using under 5000 lines. Even if you played 100 lines, each ticket won something and the "very very intelligent people" never showed you the probability against buying 100 QPs and every one of them winning something. From what I've read about Brad Duke's system, it was probably similar to yours though his started out on a much smaller scale and he used his smaller winnings to increase his bets.
The conditional bet was matching the bonus number and the odds against doing that is less than 50 to 1. It should be obvious the more lines are played the chances of winning the jackpot get better, but it's still improbable that even 5 lines of QPs will all win something. When your conditions are met, you either collect your smaller winnings and try again in the next drawing or you go to lottery headquarters and have your picture taken holding a gigantic check just like Brad Duke did.