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# Is it possible to predict the winning numbers?

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In general, a prediction is ,usually, a guess based on some kind of information. For a prediction to be valid, the information should be logically-sound. In other words, it should make sense. In this regard, you can make predictions with the game. You would just do your own analysis and make an assumption based on it.

However, the notion of predictability takes on a different meaning for the lottery. Predicting the numbers implies ,or is taken to mean, that we know ,for certain, what the winning numbers will be. In this sense, we ,therefore, can't predict the numbers. We can only make predictions for what we believe will come out. But, we can't know ,for sure, what numbers will win.

So, is it possible to predict the winning numbers? By the implied meaning, it's not possible. But, you can make a prediction ,or a simple guess, and ,by coincidence, end up to be proved right.

How does predictability fit into my own system of play? Well, in short, it doesn't really fit in. I don't try to predict the numbers. Instead, I utilize concepts of play. What I'm saying is that it's all in how you handle your play with the methods you employ. It's not about trying to make predictions for the winning numbers.

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 Posted: November 7, 2013, 6:21 am - IP Logged

In general, a prediction is ,usually, a guess based on some kind of information. For a prediction to be valid, the information should be logically-sound. In other words, it should make sense. In this regard, you can make predictions with the game. You would just do your own analysis and make an assumption based on it.

However, the notion of predictability takes on a different meaning for the lottery. Predicting the numbers implies ,or is taken to mean, that we know ,for certain, what the winning numbers will be. In this sense, we ,therefore, can't predict the numbers. We can only make predictions for what we believe will come out. But, we can't know ,for sure, what numbers will win.

So, is it possible to predict the winning numbers? By the implied meaning, it's not possible. But, you can make a prediction ,or a simple guess, and ,by coincidence, end up to be proved right.

How does predictability fit into my own system of play? Well, in short, it doesn't really fit in. I don't try to predict the numbers. Instead, I utilize concepts of play. What I'm saying is that it's all in how you handle your play with the methods you employ. It's not about trying to make predictions for the winning numbers.

The best part of living in the great old USA is being able to agree to disagree. I predict numbers EVERY week. Most games I play I get at least 80% correct as long as my information is correct. There are two other members on this board that can verify what I just said. Now, it took me a while to be convinced I can do this. What I mean is ..... I  do use a system and tons of information that I've gotten from this board (a couple of members books too ) and my own states web page. Before I was hacked back in September I was getting 3/4 plus BB for the two step and when I played the PB normally 3 to 4 correct EVERY time   Now, I would have won the two step jackpot had my system been correct but there were errors I just found two weeks ago that are being corrected as I speak ( takes time to find them all , thank you hackers ) plus, I took hypnosis. Before hypnosis I may not gave been able to answer in this way but .... I KNOW I have a winning system, I KNOW I can predict the numbers and I KNOW I will win several jackpots.

The first thing you and everyone else needs to do is just your mindset. You produce whatever your subconscious tells you.  FACT

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 Posted: November 7, 2013, 7:21 am - IP Logged

In general, a prediction is ,usually, a guess based on some kind of information. For a prediction to be valid, the information should be logically-sound. In other words, it should make sense. In this regard, you can make predictions with the game. You would just do your own analysis and make an assumption based on it.

However, the notion of predictability takes on a different meaning for the lottery. Predicting the numbers implies ,or is taken to mean, that we know ,for certain, what the winning numbers will be. In this sense, we ,therefore, can't predict the numbers. We can only make predictions for what we believe will come out. But, we can't know ,for sure, what numbers will win.

So, is it possible to predict the winning numbers? By the implied meaning, it's not possible. But, you can make a prediction ,or a simple guess, and ,by coincidence, end up to be proved right.

How does predictability fit into my own system of play? Well, in short, it doesn't really fit in. I don't try to predict the numbers. Instead, I utilize concepts of play. What I'm saying is that it's all in how you handle your play with the methods you employ. It's not about trying to make predictions for the winning numbers.

No. Even on a 50/50 bet, you will be right half of the time.

A lot of people at the predictions board score at around 50% of their wagers. Majority play pick 3 & 4 games which are considered to have the best odds of winning. So if someone tells you that they have a system ask them to prove their system at the predictions board before they can brag about it to you. You will have silenced them effectively.

That money's gone fo ever

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 Posted: November 7, 2013, 7:47 am - IP Logged

Isnt that how Dave Edwards won?? Im sure it's been done more times than that, but think about this if someone just told you they had the next powerball or Megamillions winning numbers...would you listen? Or would you be kicking yourself in the morning??

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 Posted: November 7, 2013, 8:06 am - IP Logged

Yes. Not saying they will be winning numbers

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 Posted: November 7, 2013, 9:01 am - IP Logged

Isnt that how Dave Edwards won?? Im sure it's been done more times than that, but think about this if someone just told you they had the next powerball or Megamillions winning numbers...would you listen? Or would you be kicking yourself in the morning??

I got a call at work one time with the winning numbers for the next drawing but they were not the winning numbers.  I played the same numbers for the next drawing but only 1 number hit and another number was 1 off. Gloria Mckenzie ended up winning it instead.

The caller however was a crazy person and was rambling about nothing when she said she had the winning numbers.

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 Posted: November 7, 2013, 9:46 am - IP Logged

In general, a prediction is ,usually, a guess based on some kind of information. For a prediction to be valid, the information should be logically-sound. In other words, it should make sense. In this regard, you can make predictions with the game. You would just do your own analysis and make an assumption based on it.

However, the notion of predictability takes on a different meaning for the lottery. Predicting the numbers implies ,or is taken to mean, that we know ,for certain, what the winning numbers will be. In this sense, we ,therefore, can't predict the numbers. We can only make predictions for what we believe will come out. But, we can't know ,for sure, what numbers will win.

So, is it possible to predict the winning numbers? By the implied meaning, it's not possible. But, you can make a prediction ,or a simple guess, and ,by coincidence, end up to be proved right.

How does predictability fit into my own system of play? Well, in short, it doesn't really fit in. I don't try to predict the numbers. Instead, I utilize concepts of play. What I'm saying is that it's all in how you handle your play with the methods you employ. It's not about trying to make predictions for the winning numbers.

this sounds like a Me Myself & Irene movie, it was a FUNNY movie

Let it Snow

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 Posted: November 7, 2013, 1:50 pm - IP Logged

The best part of living in the great old USA is being able to agree to disagree. I predict numbers EVERY week. Most games I play I get at least 80% correct as long as my information is correct. There are two other members on this board that can verify what I just said. Now, it took me a while to be convinced I can do this. What I mean is ..... I  do use a system and tons of information that I've gotten from this board (a couple of members books too ) and my own states web page. Before I was hacked back in September I was getting 3/4 plus BB for the two step and when I played the PB normally 3 to 4 correct EVERY time   Now, I would have won the two step jackpot had my system been correct but there were errors I just found two weeks ago that are being corrected as I speak ( takes time to find them all , thank you hackers ) plus, I took hypnosis. Before hypnosis I may not gave been able to answer in this way but .... I KNOW I have a winning system, I KNOW I can predict the numbers and I KNOW I will win several jackpots.

The first thing you and everyone else needs to do is just your mindset. You produce whatever your subconscious tells you.  FACT

That's very interesting. Why would you be hacked and how does that pertain to your system being made better? What do you mean by two step jackpot? What's BB?

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No. Even on a 50/50 bet, you will be right half of the time.

A lot of people at the predictions board score at around 50% of their wagers. Majority play pick 3 & 4 games which are considered to have the best odds of winning. So if someone tells you that they have a system ask them to prove their system at the predictions board before they can brag about it to you. You will have silenced them effectively.

How's that? From what I can tell, the top predictors don't come close to being right half of the time.

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this sounds like a Me Myself & Irene movie, it was a FUNNY movie

Not sure what you're referring to. You can make predictions for what numbers you think will come out. But, you can't know ,for sure, what numbers will come out. That's what I'm saying.

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How's that? From what I can tell, the top predictors don't come close to being right half of the time.

If by being right you mean they picked the winning combination then they only have to be right once if they are predicting the outcome of a jackpot game.  Even coming within one or two numbers of being right 50% of the time would be outstanding.

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

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How's that? From what I can tell, the top predictors don't come close to being right half of the time.

The statistics of my predictions say that my lifetime prize ratio is just over 50% There are other predictors with very high prize ratios but I have not seen anyone with a lifetime prize ratio of 100%

That money's gone fo ever

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The ONLY person who could " predict" with accuracy the lottery was Biff from " Back to the Future" since his Father pilfered the almanac from Mcfly.
Only in the movies,  only in the movies. Anyone  telling you it can be done is nothing short of a snake- oil Sales person.

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If by being right you mean they picked the winning combination then they only have to be right once if they are predicting the outcome of a jackpot game.  Even coming within one or two numbers of being right 50% of the time would be outstanding.

You're right. That would be outstanding. But, can that be said of any of the predictors on the board?

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The statistics of my predictions say that my lifetime prize ratio is just over 50% There are other predictors with very high prize ratios but I have not seen anyone with a lifetime prize ratio of 100%

How does the prize ratio work? Are your predictions for multiple states or just one?

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